Radical feminists place human rights violations against women on a Caste System, making Congo rape victims more important than mutilated Muslim women.
Despite documented mutilations against Muslim women, African women are leftist’s violated favorites.
Victimized Muslim women only gain status and support from Feminazis when it helps glamourize anti-war/anti-capitalist/anti-American causes. Even then, they are viewed as nothing more than the creation of George W. Bush.
African and Muslim women are brutally violated. Congo war lords use rape as the suppressive “weapon of choice.” Islamic men use mutilation as the weapon of control.
Women in Islamic countries are committing suicide in record numbers, because “Sharia never abolished slavery, sexual slavery and highly regulates it.” Congo rape is not abolished, yet Femifascists are on the warpath to end it, while disregarding Islamic mutialtion as western propaganda.
On August 10, 2010, Salon.com’s Judy Mandelbaum chastized Time Magazine for its cover photo of a mutilated Afghan woman. Her nose had been cut off by a male family member who punished her for misbehaving. Mandelbauam called Time‘s cover “the oldest trick in the propagandist’s playbook,” stating:
…another candidate for the next Time cover could be an image of one of the growing number of Afghan women who are taking their own lives…
Salon’s Tracey Clarke-Flory followed up on Mandelbaum’s story, agreeing: Time used the photo as propaganda to “stir up” “emotions” in order to keep the war going:
…this [mutilation] is after nine years of America’s presence. In fact, Time Magazine’s cover girl was brutalized after eight years of U.S. occupation. Stories like this one stir up strong emotions and righteous outrage… they inspire anxiety in me about Afghanistan’s women being used as propaganda.
Middle Eastern Muslim women ( and Europe) should forget receiving human and civil rights help from Feminazis: learn to live with your mutilated faces and bodies unless you’re from the glamorous Congo.
Radical feminists are using journalism to do what they accused Time of doing: exploit Congo rape violations.