Tuesday, 9 March 2010

International Women's Day passes without incident, phew!

International Women's Day seems to have passed off with bodies like the United Nations saying a lot of things like “International Women's Day is the story of ordinary women as makers of history; it is rooted in the centuries-old struggle of women to participate in society on an equal footing with men,” but saying very little about the women in Mussulmanic countries where no such equal footing exists and none is ever intended and where they are busy, for instance, debating theological concepts such as the raping of women in captivity, saying “It may, superficially, appear distasteful to copulate with a woman who is not a man’s legal wife, but once Shariat makes something lawful, we have to accept it as lawful, whether it appeals to our taste, or not”. They just have to grin and bear it then.

The Multimillionaire White Mohammedan Nobel Laureate Joker President also chipped in to humour all the lefty ladies, saying that women in America still face unfairness and hardship, and he vowed to fight for gender equality, but not in Iran. Making her own contribution to this important day, Harridan Harlot, loony British “Equality Minister”, is threatening to force companies to do more to appoint female directors. As Frit has said in a previous post – go found a company and appoint as many female directors as you like. But that would mean going onto the field and playing in the real game instead of making a good living standing on the sidelines impressing the gullible and the young with dippy ideas. The picture shows Afghaslystani women enjoying the great day in question.