Da Black Whole

Saturday, May 21, 2005

Installing Global Matriarchy (Take Two)

First Lady Urges Rights for Mideast Women


By NEDRA PICKLER, Associated Press Writer 8 minutes ago

SOUTHERN SHUNEH, Jordan - Laura Bush on Saturday encouraged Middle Eastern leaders to expand women's participation in their societies as she herself took on a new role as an international goodwill ambassador.


yah, for tyrants

After shying from the spotlight in her husband's first term, Mrs. Bush became the face of women taking on larger public roles with a speech to the World Economic Forum' name=c1> SEARCHNews News Photos Images Web' name=c3> World Economic Forum conference on the Middle East.

"became the face of women"

an apt, artificed, and chilling turn of phrase

why bother with journalists when propagandists are so much cheaper?

"Freedom, especially freedom for women, is more than the absence of oppression," she said. "It's the right to speak and vote and worship freely. Human rights require the rights of women."

the more "women's rights" we have endured in America, the less "human rights" everyone -- but most especially boys and men -- has

don't think so? check the stats on who leads the world in arms sales and domestic imprisonment

She said there has been "extraordinary progress" for women in the Middle East, especially since the oppressive Taliban was removed from power in Afghanistan' name=c1> SEARCHNews News Photos Images Web' name=c3> Afghanistan. She said was delighted that Kuwait extended the right to vote to women last week, drawing the singular outburst of applause to interrupt her speech.

ah yes, the "Oppressive Taliban"

no doubt the heart of their oppressiveness was refusal to accept Western matriarchy as their ruling order

Women can now vote in all Middle Eastern nations where elections are held except Saudi Arabia. The Persian Gulf nations of Bahrain, Qatar and Oman all have held their first elections in recent years and have allowed women to cast ballots.

Mrs. Bush is one of the most admired women in the United States, with approval ratings leaps and bounds above her husband's this year. She's using her popularity to extend a friendly face to the Middle East, two months after she made a brief surprise visit to Afghanistan.

behind that "friendly face" is something quite different . . .

With anti-American demonstrators taking to the streets to protest allegations that U.S. interrogators have mistreated Muslim captives, Mrs. Bush stressed her country's religious inclusion. "In the United States, we respect the traditions of all faiths," she said.

there is only one dominant religion in the United States, and it is Womanchurch

and anyone opposing expansion of that church can expect to end up wearing an iron collar in an Abu Ghraib dogpile of "uppity males"

with Denials from the higher-ups all around, to be sure!

She also said she plans to visit holy sites from all three major religions born in the surrounding lands. After her speech she visited Mount Nebo, the site where Moses surveyed the Promised Land and where he later died, according to the Bible.

and did she dance on his grave? and screech in triumph with her lackeys?

did she sacrifice a Muslim boy on the altar of her
precious goddess?

Mrs. Bush spoke at the Hussein Bin Talal Convention Center, a sparkling new structure overlooking the Dead Sea. It was the most high-profile event of a three-nation tour that will include visits to programs that are advancing childhood education and women's roles.

Her appearance came on the second day of a three-day international conference sponsored by the Geneva-based World Economic Forum. It brought together about 1,300 international business and political leaders as well as a few celebrities, such as actor Richard Gere. The forum is best known for its glitzy annual meeting in the Swiss ski resort of Davos.

In some ways, Mrs. Bush was speaking to the choir. She echoed the sentiments of many speakers at the conference and her appearance was not an overwhelming draw, with the auditorium only a little more than half full.

translation: a room half-full of sycophants and paid-attendees

the common folk -- who actually LIVE under these "oppressive patriarchies," won't come within fifty miles of the witch

Mrs. Bush said the Middle East is making strides in improving democracy. She cited recent elections in
Iraq' name=c1> SEARCHNews News Photos Images Web' name=c3> Iraq and the Palestinian territories, democratic demonstrations in Lebanon and elections in nearby Afghanistan.

"Now we are seeing a springtime of hope across the Middle East," she said.

She said she understands that fully inclusive democracy can be slow to develop. "In my country, women didn't secure the right to vote until more than a century after its founding," she said, batting away a pesky fly that repeatedly landed on her face throughout her speech.


you can run but you can't hide, queenie

those little pests will ALWAYS be drawn to cowshit!!

Mrs. Bush said that, besides including women, societies also must expand education for freedom to thrive. "

President Bush' name=c1> SEARCHNews News Photos Images Web' name=c3> President Bush and I want a future of peace and opportunity for our own daughters and for all the world's children," she said.

ok, Peace-and-Opportunity Checklist

let's see:




uh . . . sons?

oh yah, i forgot, the sons are gonna get more of the "peace and opportunity" they've been receiving in the U.S.

no wonder they were Pointedly Unmentioned . . .

In a more private setting, Mrs. Bush also used the conference to push for improvements for children back home. She touted her effort to support at-risk youth in a private meeting with members of Congress also attending the forum, including Republican Sens. John Sununu of New Hampshire, Orrin Hatch of Utah and Gordon Smith of Oregon, and Reps. Christopher Shays, R-Conn., and Jane Harman, D-Calif.

to reiterate for the umpteenth time:

aside from gubbermint plants and other paid emasculates, when honest advocates in the Men's Movement support their beloved right-wing, they are supporting expansion of Western -- and particularly American -- matriarchy to the ends of the planet

the efforts of father's rights groups, men's organizations, and men's activists of all stripes are overwhelmingly MOOT

we're all running twenty laps behind the matriarchy, and while it is busily busily consolidating global control, we're writing letters to our congressmerchants and filing useless lawsuits in the gyno-courts!!

the struggle of the men's movement cannot be piecemeal and local, it is too late for that

and for god's sake, you right-wingers in the movement must STOP facilitating and accellerating this process by stubborn and prideful insistence upon "conservatism"

do you want your sons, and uncounted future generations of men and boys, to live as second-class citizens (and MUCH worse) on a planet controlled by the feminism you have experienced in your own lifetimes?

that is precisely what you are facilitating when you support junior, laura, condo, and all the other evil-angelical psychotics dominating the American Right


  • Norman Bates/Mother: "I'm not even gonna swat that fly. I hope they are watching. They'll see. They'll see and they'll know ....and .. and they'll say, 'Why, she wouldn't even harm a fly.'"
    [1960 psycho]

    "Will you walk into my parlor?" said the spider to the fly;
    "'Tis the prettiest little parlor that ever you may spy.
    The way into my parlor is up a winding stair,
    And I have many curious things to show when you are there."
    "Oh no, no," said the little fly; "to ask me is in vain,
    For who goes up your winding stair can ne'er come down again."...
    [m. howett 1829]

    By Blogger Annie, At 3:31 PM  

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