[Note added 12.5.15: This blog piece was originally published in 2014.]
About three weeks ago we posted on our YouTube channel recent video footage of feminists assaulting commendably peaceful Roman Catholic men seeking to prevent their cathedral in San Juan, Argentina, from being vandalised by the women.
The police did nothing to stop the women’s assaults – needless to say, had the genders been reversed, many men would have been arrested and charged with assaulting the women. It was ironically an illuminating display of female supremacy, whereby women aren’t held accountable for behaviour that men would never get away with. Behaviour that men wouldn’t let other men get away with.
There were 32 ‘upvotes’ and only one ‘downvote’ for the video, but one or more of the whiny brigade evidently contacted YouTube, because the video’s been flagged as ‘inappropriate’. YouTube have determined it contains content in violation of Community Guidelines, and have removed it from our channel. I’ve just checked the YouTube guidelines and the only guideline the video violated was the following:
Graphic or gratuitous violence is not allowed. If your video shows someone getting hurt, attacked or humiliated, don’t post it.
This is priceless. Feminists have reported the video because it shows people (men) ‘getting hurt, attacked, or humiliated’ – BY FEMINISTS!!! You couldn’t make it up. So be it. You can still catch the video through many links including this one, which has a good deal more background information than our original YouTube link.
It’s worth watching the more graphic extended edition of the video (about five minutes long) which you can access by clicking on the link in this piece of text following the video link:
(Note: Some of the most graphic content has been removed from the video. Uncensored footage is available here. Viewer discretion strongly advised.)
The bottom line? It’s taken me 10 minutes to expose feminists’ attempts to stop the people visiting this blog from seeing how disgusting they really are, and the result will be more viewings of the video, and people reading more background information. I’ve said it before, and I’ll surely say it again:
Feminists – they’re not the sharpest knives in the block, are they?