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International Skanks’ Day: Feminist Fuglies Plan to “Strike” in Protest of Donald Trump Today

International Skanks’ Day: Feminist Fuglies Plan to “Strike” in Protest of Donald Trump Today

Eric Striker
Daily Stormer
March 8, 2017

Today marks the 100th anniversary of International Women’s Day, a holiday meant to commemorate the cause of women’s rights. It is a communist holy day that was enshrined into its current form by Vladimir Lenin in the Soviet Union as a way to remember a female led protest on March 8, 1917. Communist propagandists went on to frame this as the beginning of the Judeo-Bolshevik revolution.

It’s fitting that this holiday is now being translated to the West. As with feminism in our lands, the feminism of the early Bolsheviks did not apply to the daughters of Czar Nicholas, the nuns and church women the League of the Godless Jew Yemelyan Yaroslavsky bragged about raping and killing, nor the majority of women in Russia who liked being wives and mothers in loving and healthy families (Stalin later undid many of the “feminist reforms” engineered by Jews under early Bolshevism because of the social problems it caused). “Women’s Rights” only apply to Yentils with a bone to pick.
But Jewish gangsterism didn’t die in Moscow. Today the grandchildren of the same escaped ghetto vampires are instituting a rehash of these morbid values from their towers in New York City, Washington, Paris, London and beyond. Contemporary women’s rights as they are articulated by the system – as in 1920s Russia – amounts to getting abortions, eschewing constructive relationships for casual sex and forcing women into the work force at bayonet point.
Women’s empowerment groups universally mock and belittle natural female characteristics (including the good ones) and tell their followers to try their hand at becoming inferior versions of men. Whose the one with the low opinion of women again?
Jews are now calling for women to skip out on work, ignore their children, and not buy anything today, because they don’t want Donald Trump to be the president.

Wednesday, otherwise known as International Women’s Day, will this year become the “Day Without a Woman” or the “International Women’s Strike.” It’s set to be one of the largest anti-Trump collective actions since the Women’s March in January and is meant to demonstrate the enduring solidarity of the resistance movement. Organizers, including many who put together the historic post-Inauguration Day march, are asking women to abstain from paid and unpaid work, avoid spending money at big corporations and wear red in solidarity with labor movements.
School districts in North Carolina and Virginia have cancelled classes Wednesday, citing low staff turnout. The main offices of the National Organization for Women, the National Women’s Law Center, the Democratic Socialists of America and NARAL Pro-Choice America will be closed so staff can participate. Hollywood talent agency UTA is excusing all female staff members from work, encouraging them to instead attend women-only off-sites where they can discuss gender equality.
But for the major non-profits and labor organizations that helped fuel the energy behind the Women’s March, encouraging a strike can be problematic.

Nurse’s unions and teacher’s unions both came out strong for the Women’s March — which drew millions of people to marches around the nation, including at least 470,000 to Washington D.C., roughly triple the size of Trump’s inauguration. But the ‘Day Without a Woman’ is on a weekday, not a Saturday like the Women’s March, and many of the labor organizers that supported the March said urging members to walk off the job can be fraught.
“We’re being very careful and very intentional about how we communicate with our members,” says Randi Weingarten, president of the American Federation of Teachers, a which was a partner in the Women’s March. “As a union, we have the ability and the authority to conduct economic strikes. And we’re being very careful not to do that in any way.” She added that the AFT was “very careful not to participate in the aspect that’s about withholding services.” In an email sent out to members on Tuesday, Weingarten urged their 1.6 million members to “stand in solidarity” by “joining an event, wearing red and participating on social media,” but did not mention staying home from work.

I noticed that they didn’t go for a cheekier and more traditional women’s strike, as seen in the Greek play Lysistrata, where the women withheld sex from men. That would make more sense, given that all the issues feminists focus on revolve around their vaginas.
Imagine that, a political movement about bodily functions and genitalia, (((who))) would come up with such a thing?

But that’s not tenable these days. Most feminists are fat and ugly or old spinsters too crazy to have ever gotten a man to commit. The few who are married aren’t having sex anyway, because no woman actually respects the type of faggot who wears a “This Is What A Feminist Look Like” t-shirt.
A few hundred million dollars in resources and professional activist networks can yield a respectably sized protest, as seen during the “Women’s March.” But in the end, women who aren’t taking SSRIs aren’t happy with this brave new world Jews have overseen.
The more decision making power women are given, the more life-ruining errors they make. They don’t understand what’s going on but intuitively know it’s not right. Don’t expect anything other than the same old Jewesses and that gross osteoporosis bag Madonna.