posted on Feb, 26 2017 @ 05:13 PM
By Kyle Smith
Instead of milling around Washington, organizers have in mind a “general strike” called the Day without a Woman.
In a manifesto published in The Guardian on Feb.
6, the brains behind the movement are calling for a “new wave of militant feminist struggle.” That’s right: militant, not peaceful.
The document was co-authored by, among others, Rasmea Yousef Odeh, a convicted terrorist. Odeh, a Palestinian, was convicted in Israel in 1970 for her
part in two terrorist bombings, one of which killed two students while they were shopping for groceries. She spent 10 years in prison for her crimes.
She then managed to become a US citizen in 2004 by lying about her past (great detective work, INS: Next time, use Google) but was subsequently
convicted, in 2014, of immigration fraud for the falsehoods. However, she won the right to a new trial (set for this spring) by claiming she had been
suffering from PTSD at the time she lied on her application. Oh, and in her time as a citizen, she worked for a while as an ObamaCare navigator.
So we have the women's march, and the new call for a "militant struggle" being called by actual terrorists like convicted bomber Rasmea Yousef Odeh.
But she is not the only one within this new "women's militant struggle".
In fact another of the co-authors of the "new women's militant manifesto" is Angela Davis, a Stalinist supporter and longtime Black Panther supporter
who was acquitted in 1972 after she bought three guns which were used in a courtroom shootout which left 4 men dead, including U.S. Judge Haley
during the Marin County courthouse incident.
Two other people were also
injured. Davis also had connections with the 17 year old, Jonathan Jackson, who kidnapped the judge in the Marin county courtroom.
The third co-author of this "new women's militant manifesto" is Tithi Bhattacharya. Bhattacharya wrote an essay for International Socialist Review in
which she praised Maoists by writing "Maoists are on the terrorist list of the US State
Department, Canada, and the European Union...Maoists are back in the news and by all accounts they are fighting against all the right
Bhattacharya writes extensively about Marxist theory, and she often refers to herself as a "revolutionary socialist". In the same article which she
used in a 2012 conference in Chicago she wrote:
As revolutionary socialists we need to take a serious look at this resurgence of Maoism, particularly in the Global South.
She obviously refers to herself as a "revolutionary socialist".
These leaders of the next "women's march" are an obvious example that the organizers of these "left-wing protests" are more and more willing to resort
to violence, and are guided by violent ideologies whose only purpose is to implement "Socialist/Marxist ideology" in western nations.
Are these the type of leaders women in the left want to be lead by? Terrorists, and would be terrorists who are also socialist/Marxist
revolutionaries, and who only want to use "women's march" to call for more "militant socialist revolutions"?
Before you claim "but I have nothing to do with their ideology" remember these are the leaders of these marches you might be planning to participating
edit on 26-2-2017 by ElectricUniverse because: correct comment.