That Was Quick
And if we end up emasculating the male warrior ethos in the name of equality -- forcing men to see women as just as expendable as they are -- that does nobody any good when we then lose to the less sensitive and more aggressive barbarians at the gates, who'll then slap a burqa on everyone, feminists included.I was actually worried that might undermine my argument by seeming like too much hyperbole.
But then Iran went and paraded their captives, including a female soldier, Faye Turney, in front of cameras, and literally proved my point.
Faye Turney, before:
Faye Turney, after:
Technically, that's a hijab, not a burqa, and neither are to be confused with the naqib. Not that the difference matters, for they all reflect the same impulse of female subjugation and islamic superiority. We will know we have won when we don't have to know what those words mean.
There it is, revealed in living color.
This is what the mullahs want for your mothers, wives, and daughters.
And that's why they must all be utterly destroyed.