Feminist thugs want control of the narrative, no matter how inane the conversation. On Saturday, 22-year-old Elliot Rodger went on a shooting rampage, killing nine people. Of course, the shooting is tragic, but radical feminist are using it to advance their own destructive manifesto. Rodger himself had a vendetta against women who rebuffed his advances, but how that fits into the feminist Nazi idea that all women are victims of male misogyny is both dangerous and vicious.
The feminist double standards of slut-shaming, or rather any shaming besides conservative shaming, proves the hypocrisy of a movement that wants to be free of labels but play the victim card whenever it suits their motives. The only thing they don’t want is accountability for their abuse of those who shun the feminist label and their lashing out at men who have nothing to do with the actions of a misguided and delusional young man. Feminist Nazis want to be treated exactly like men, but they want to crush men in the process. They’re just missing the balls to do it and when they don’t get their way, they whine. ThinkProgress reports:
“Deep-rooted misogyny appeared to play some role in Elliot Rodgers’ shooting rampage that left six people dead near Santa Barbara University on Friday night. A video showed Rodgers wanted to “punish” the women “who’ve ignored or rejected him over the past eight years.”
In the online reaction to the tragedy, nothing has matched the conversation that began with a simple hashtag, #YesAllWomen.”
Because it's not socially acceptable to say "rape" in a restaurant or workplace, but I have to prepare my daughter against it #YesAllWomen
— Lucretia M Pruitt (@LucretiaPruitt) May 25, 2014
Our culture says a girl should willingly enter an undoubtedly abusive relationship so that she won't upset a boy #yesallwomen
— Meg (@gem866) May 25, 2014
Hashtag #YesAllWomen unites women in pain and grief. Today framed as "inspiring". Tomorrow will be dismissed: "But it didn't end misogyny!"
— Sarah Kendzior (@sarahkendzior) May 25, 2014
Feminist thugs are taking the Elliot Rodger shooting and making it about them, as if this tragedy has anything to do with women as a collective whole. The same group of women who seek to be freed from any gender label, want the Elliot Rodgers case to be a hate crime. How hypocritical. But it fits the narrative, and as Elizabeth Plank so nicely reiterates, “men commit mass shootings, their predominately white, their victims are female, and the gunmen exhibit a sense of entitlement.”
The feminist narrative is one of absurd grouping, lumping all men into a collective heap. They seek to create the false narrative by using something as moronic as #YesAllWomen to make this one tragedy conducive to all women. No all women are victims. There is no responsibility in the minds of the feminist thug, no accountability. It is perfectly okay to attempt to shame men for being men, especially white men, but never to shame a woman for being whatever she wants to be. If her life’s goal is to be a slut, she should not be shamed for that. But the very same women who shun all personal shaming can shame the heck out of a young actress who says she doesn’t identify with feminism because she “loves men.”
Nazi Feminists want to have it both ways, they want to eat their rich, fattening cake and smash it too. But no one can shame them for being vipers rapped up in a box of free condoms.