Happy new year Occident Invicta readers! We apologize for the lack of activity here but Bay Area Guy was on Holiday while I’m currently visiting India (and it’s no holiday I assure you). A lot of things have changed in India (at least in Bombay) while many things remain the same. One of the new trends that pokes you in the eye wherever you turn is rape hysteria. I thought that I could enjoy a couple of feminist free weeks in Bombay but I was clearly wrong. Sensible journalists like Aakar Patel have challenged this baseless hysteria but if the US media can yield to the impulse of gutter sensationalist journalism, what hope is there for a less civilized country like India?
I found the following printed behind my train ticket and I think it’s certainly worth discussing.
Memes like the above are now ubiquitous but not half as obnoxious as the feminist memes one has the misfortune of gazing upon in the West. Many of these “feminist” memes in India depict mother and child and remind Indians to respect the wives and mothers of society. In other words, society is urged to respect women while the latter are urged to become good wives and mothers. The respect that Indian women demand seems to be reciprocal in nature and that is a radical departure from the petulant rebelliousness and narcissistic entitlement of North American feminism.
This meme takes me back to the origins of the suffragist movement in America nearly a century ago. As feminist Yen Chuan Yu points out, the suffragists demanded welfare benefits for mothers and children.
Now that feminists have amassed considerable political and social clout, children have been conveniently jettisoned as their resource magnet services are no longer required.
It should be interesting to see how a low IQ and limited resource society like India digests the toxicity of feminism.