Just what, exactly, is ‘A Day Without Women” supposed to be all about? Celebrating womanhood? Putting the producers in the spotlight? Frustrated hens griping that they don’t get laid enough? Wonder how many men are going to show up, claiming to feel their pain, when, in reality, they want to feel something else. Who’s participating in this ostentatious show of anger and frustration? Mostly government workers and union thugs wanting a day off. Never mind the tens of thousands of parents forced to scramble for childcare because so many teachers want to exercise their right to make asses of themselves.
Women’s Strike: ‘A Day Without Women’ Events Take Place Worldwide
The protest, coordinated in part by the same leaders of the January 21st Women’s March on Washington, aims to illustrate “the economic power and significance that women have on the U.S. and global economies,” according to the organizers.
More than 50 countries around the globe have events scheduled in Hong Kong, Bosnia, Senegal, Cambodia, Pakistan, Guatemala, and more, according to a Facebook event page for the International Women’s Strike. On a local level, nearly 400 separate rallies and marches are planned in cities and towns around the world.
WHAT? NO PROTESTS IN SAUDI ARABIA? IRAN? NORTH KOREA? …WTF?
Women’s March Strike Organized By Group With All-Male Leadership
Despite striking for equal opportunities for women in the workplace, the Women’s March is working with the Action Network, a group that does not have a single female in its leadership.
The Action Network is a Washington, D.C.-based “progressive online organizing platform” that is managing the website and email lists of the Women’s March. The group’s work is “specifically designed to help organizers channel scattered grassroots energy into something more focused,” Vox reported.
The Action Network has partnered with major progressive groups, including the AFL-CIO and National Education Association. The group touts its partnership with Indivisible, a group that provides a “practical guide for resisting the Trump agenda.”
The group manages lists of volunteers and supporters for the Town Hall Project, a protest group founded by a former Hillary Clinton campaign staffer that encourages people to show up at town halls and protest for progressive policies.
The Action Network promotes Women’s March events, posting maps to help activists locate marches in their area. It also has organized protests against Walmart.
A Day Without Edward and Leon, just like every day since a bomb planted by Rasmea Odeh took their lives on February 21, 1969.
It was conceived by a small group of radicals, including convicted terrorist murderer Rasmea Odeh.
Rasmea was one of the first female military members of the Marxist terrorist group the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine.
The evidence is overwhelming of Rasmea’s involvement in the February 21, 1969, bombing of the SuperSol supermarket in Jerusalem that killed two Hebrew University Students, Edward Joffe and Leon Kanner.
Rasmea’s defense, that the only reason she was convicted was that she gave a false confession after 25 days of sexual torture by the Israelis, is demonstrably false.
In fact, Rasmea confessed in writing just one day (not 25 days) after arrest and there were multiple independent sources of evidence of her involvement, including bomb-making material found in her bedroom.
Rasmea also was convicted of the attempted bombing of the British Consulate.
The 1970 trial was extensive. Rasmea had independent legal counsel. A representative of the International Red Cross attended the trial, and stated afterwards that the trial was fair.
Rasmea was released in 1979 as part of a prisoner exchange for an Israeli soldier captured in Lebanon. From Lebanon Rasmea made her way to Jordan, and then obtained a visa to the U.S. in 1994.
On the visa application, Rasmea lied about ever having been convicted or imprisoned, and failed to disclose her time in Lebanon. In 2003 Rasmea lied again on her naturalization application, falsely denying having been imprisoned or convicted, or being a member of a terrorist group.
FINALLY! National Sorority Begins Accepting Dudes Who Pretend To Be Women
CROSSDRESSERS SHACKING UP IN A SORORITY…WHAT COULD POSSIBLY GO WRONG?
“Members from all across the country have sought guidance about transgender women who’ve expressed interest in joining,” she then explains between frosty smiles.
“To stay relevant in today’s world, Alpha Chi must be inclusive of all who live and identity as women regardless of their gender assigned at birth.”
Not everyone associated with Alpha Chi Omega is happy about the decision. Some alumnae took to Facebook to express criticism.
Leslee Haylett last Thursday. I am relieved to see that I am not alone in my disappointment in Alpha Chi Omega’s decision on gender diversity. We owe it to our current sisters and those to come in the future to protect them. This position does to meet that responsibility. It’s sad to see AXO falling into the trap of being PC instead of really thinking what this means. You may as well give up being a single gender fraternal organization. What is to stop a male (who considers himself a male) to join? You open the door to all now. I’m very sad. I was sad that my daughter never had the chance to join AXO. Now maybe I’m glad she can’t. I will be rethinking further foundation donations, as I’m sure other disappointed sisters will be doing as well.
Odeh is not the only one with a violent past. It appears that several of the speakers and organizers of these Women’s March activities are the ones with violent backgrounds.
One of the featured speakers at the Woman’s March was convicted felon Donna Hylton who, in 1985, along with several others, kidnapped 62-year-old real-estate broker Thomas Vigliarolo and tortured him to death.
Angela Davis was also a speaker at the March. Davis came to prominence in the 1960s as a leader of the Communist Party U.S.A. and the militant Black Panthers Party. She is best known for being the second black woman to make the FBI’s Ten Most Wanted List for her role in a courtroom shootout that resulted in the death of Judge Harold Haley. She was later acquitted in a 1972 trial, despite having fled the country and her proven ownership of the guns involved in the murder.
One of the March’s principle organizers, Linda Sarsour, has a track record of both disturbing behavior and statements. Sarsour supports the discriminatory and terror-tied BDS Movement and has called for solidarity with Muhammad Allan, a member of the terrorist group Palestinian Islamic Jihad who helped recruit suicide bombers.