The headline at Ace of Spades HQ:
Childless Weirdoes at Cosmopolitan Who Advocate
Sex Without Procreation Insist, For Some Reason,
on Giving Social Justice Warrior Orders to Parents
Never take advice from feminists, unless your goal in life is to be a crazy cat lady living in a tiny apartment in Brooklyn, which is where the writers for women’s magazines live. Oh, sure, some of them have dogs instead of cats, but they’re all crammed into those tiny Brooklyn apartments, with their Gender Studies diplomas hanging on the wall right next to their “Smash Patriarchy” banner and their rainbow flag.
Feminists have spent the past half-century advocating abortion and homosexuality, while condemning marriage and motherhood, yet these enemies of the family now presume to tell parents how to raise children. Having taken over the women’s magazines, these left-wing fanatics now use them as platforms for lectures on “intersectional” themes, e.g., proclaiming that it’s racist “cultural appropriation” for any white child to wear a costume inspired by Moana. This social justice warrior (SJW) mentality, which is always on the hunt for “microaggressions” and “privilege,” is a guaranteed formula for insanity. The Left has taken over women’s magazines, and Iowahawk explains what that means.
Further Evidence That Deranged SJWs Have Taken Over Women’s Magazines
A new report claims that at least 60 Islamists who fought for the Islamic State in Syria and Iraq have been allowed to return to Canada despite some of them not even having Canadian citizenship.
Around 180 individuals, referred to as “extremist travellers” by the Canadian government, who have connections to Canada have travelled to various countries to fight for Islamic State and other radical Islamic terrorist groups. The Canadian government officials call the returning jihadists “extremist travellers” and are now worried that many of them may be a serious security risk to the safety of Canadians, broadcaster Global News reports.
According to the U.S. Soufan Centre, who recently released a report on returning Islamic state radicals, despite the losses for the terror group in the Middle East, the ideology of radical Islamism, “will remain real for many years to come”.
“It is highly likely that even as the territorial caliphate shrinks and is increasingly denied an overt presence, its leadership will look to supporters overseas, including returnees, to keep the brand alive,” the report states.
“If on return they begin again to feel as rootless and lacking in purpose as they did before they left, then they are unlikely to settle back easily into a ‘normal’ life,” the authors wrote and noted that the returning fighters would be, “particularly vulnerable to contact from people who were part of the network that recruited them, or appeals for help from ex-comrades in arms”.
Canada has already endured terrorist attacks for which the Islamic State has taken credit. The most notable was the killing of Corporal Nathan Cirillo who was gunned down while guarding the National War Memorial in Ottawa in 2014.