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Feminists watching Palin's stunning performance
knew a stake was being driven through their movement's heart.
They went ballistic.
"Palin is an insult to women. Turncoat bitch!
You whore in your f***ing cheap-ass plastic glasses..."

In 1984 Orwell -- as hero Winston Smith -- said "he disliked nearly all women...it was always the women, and above all the young ones, who were the most bigoted adherents of the Party, the swallowers of slogans, the amateur spies and nosers-out of unorthodoxy".

By that Orwell meant the women we call "feminists" -- the descendents of the feminist revolution that began in the 1960s where women burned their bras; didn't shave their legs; hated being at home with the children; demanded sexual promiscuity be accepted as it is with men; demanded abortion so they could kill unborn children they blamed on oppression from men; demanded free day-care so they could work "outside the home"; demanded equal pay as men for when they did work -- even if the fields they chose weren't equal to those men chose; demanded quotas so as many women as men had to be hired; demanded, demanded, demanded.

And it still goes on today -- even more stridently. Now women demand to be able to have sex with other women, marry other women, have children with other women, be recognized by the government as legitimate "wives" of other women and receive all the benefits of a woman married -- in church or common-law -- to a man, ie to be beneficiaries of the estate of their partner. Now, in America -- Canada and the United States -- there are women -- including lesbian women -- in the highest positions of govenment and on boards of directors in major corporations. These so called "feminists" -- derived from the word "female" -- portray themseves as "speaking for all women" and expect all women to be feminists like themselves.

The bottom line is, these women aren't "real" women -- these women don't really care for other women -- these females don't care for other females -- unless they support the "politically correct" -- the Orwellian "goodthink" -- feminist agenda. For example, the biggest demand by feminists is "abortion on demand" -- and by that they mean the right to kill female unborn babies as well as male. And even though abortion has been legalized in America since the early 70s -- and more than a million unborn children are aborted every year -- the feminists demand that all politicians who run for office be "pro abortion" and any politician speaking out against abortion is attacked. These feminists are mothers of boys -- mothers of men -- grandmothers of grandsons, but still they are prejudiced against males -- and speak in favour of females, demanding preferential treatment for females. And they get it -- to the detriment of females, males and society. See WHERE HAVE ALL OUR CHILDREN GONE?

(Palin books owned by Jackie Jura)

A classic example of how feminists don't really care for females is what they did to Sarah Palin -- the most accomplished politician of any state in the USA -- the governor of the biggest and wealthiest state in the Union -- when she ran as vice-presidential candidate in 2008. The feminist organizations -- including NOW and PLANNED PARENTHOOD -- joined forces with the media to destroy Sarah Palin because she was pro-life, pro-woman, pro-man, pro-family. They HATED Sarah Palin -- a self-made woman who had reached the peak of the mountain on her own -- not on the coat-tails of a man, as is the case with most female politicians who get there by marrying or stepping on a man -- but by appealing to all Americans -- men AND women. Everywhere she went, women and men LOVED her, not because she was a woman, but because of her policies to make America great again -- as she had done with Alaska. See SARAH PALIN A SELF-MADE WOMAN

As I write this, it's October 2016 -- eight years after the presidential election where Sarah Palin ran as vice-presidential candidate -- and the feminists are still attacking her -- even though she's a private citizen now, and has been since she was forced to resign as governor of Alaska because the character-assassination was becoming unendurable. See SARAH DIDN'T JUMP SHE WAS PUSHED

Just the other day I posted an article about Sarah Palin being attacked in the media -- by the media -- in the most vulgar way imaginable. See BBC RELIGION HOST SHAT ON SARAH PALIN

If this had been done to any other woman on the planet there would have been moral outrage. But because it's Sarah Palin, a REAL woman -- not a feminist-front woman -- not a word is spoken, by any woman -- or emasculated man -- in her defence.

Now, in upcoming presidential election 2016, a rabid feminist who's only claim to fame is she's the wife of a former president -- a man who was impeached for sexually abusing women while in office -- is running for president.

(Clinton books owned by Jackie Jura)

The National Association For Women and Planned Parenthood (front organizations for the abortion industry) are behind Clinton all the way. All hell's breaking loose for Hellery.

All the best,
Jackie Jura

watch Hellery loses: Ding Dong the witch is dead!
ClintonClinton ClintonWitchDead ClintonFeministWitch
watch China-Gate Clinton treason conspiracy
Clinton sold USA to Communist China for cash
ClintonChinaBkCvr ClintonChinaBkIn ClintonChinaBkCvr2
(allowed enemy power access national security)
listen Hillary Clinton exposed behind the mask
ClintonBillHillaryBooks ClintonChinaLeaders
(operates from position of ethical bankruptcy)
watch Mentally ill if you vote for Hillary Clinton
(defends her evil husband's sexual assaults)
watch Clinton pulled down pants/said "kiss it"
watch Bill Clinton: I SAW HER DERRIERE
Various, Oct 5/Nov 9, 2016
35.Big Brother's Brotherhood

FeministsHatePalin PalinBookJohnson
Various, Oct 3, 2016
& Goodthink & Love Instinct & Doublethink

watch You're mentally ill if you vote for Hillary Clinton (defends her evil husband's sexual assaults), Christopher Greene, AMTV, Oct 4, 2016

watch Hillary complicit in Bill's sexual misconduct: Kathleen Willey, by Sarah Westwood, Washington Examiner, Oct 2, 2016

listen Linda Tripp exposes Hillary Clinton, by Aaron Klein, Breitbart, Oct 3, 2016
In an exclusive interview, Linda Tripp, a former White House staffer whose workspace was located directly adjacent to Hillary Clinton's second floor West Wing office, confirmed long-reported accounts of the former First Lady throwing hard objects at Bill Clinton. Tripp further described what she characterized as Hillary Clinton's significant temperament issues, including "endless screaming" and the constant use of profanity, as well as a general disdain for the USA electorate, the Armed Services and the honor and dignity of the institution of the American presidency, calling her public persona a "a smoke and mirrors act". Tripp further stated that as early as the first days of the Bill Clinton administration there was already talk amongst senior staff about a future Hillary Clinton presidency, a position to which Hillary Clinton believed herself entitled....)

watch Bill Clinton pulled down his pants and asked me to "kiss it" (Paula Jones relives Bill Clinton alleged sexual assault), Breitbart News, Oct 24, 2016, YouTube

ClintonTapesShanklin watch/listen Bill Clinton: I SAW YOUR DERRIERE", song parody by Paul Shanklin (...Well she let it slip, in a bar with Linda Tripp, now Kenneth Starr is snooping round the door..."It depends on what the meaning of the word "is" is...I did not have sexual relations with that woman"...)

ClintonChinaBkCvr ClintonChinaBkIn ClintonChinaBkCvr2 Year of the Rat: How Bill Clinton Compromised USA Security for Chinese Cash, by Edward Timperlake & William Triplett
...Congressional insiders and national security specialists cast a glaring light on the worst scandal behind the Clinton presidency -- and it's not sex in the Oval Office... Clinton administration has made a series of Faustian bargains and policy blunders that have allowed a hostile power to further its aims in Washington.... See 35.Big Brother's Brotherhood

The day Sarah Palin kneecapped feminism, by Barbara Kay, National Post, Mar 8, 2011
The feminist revolution began as a necessary reform movement, but unfortunately evolved into a marxism-imbued, revolutionary one. Second-wave feminism's focus soon shifted from women's equal rights (which are limited to those defined by law) to women's interests (which are limitless), as perceived through a victim's lens. For decades, the people that instruct our children; mould our lawyers, social workers, psychologists and health professionals; train our judiciary; control (and misinform) the domestic-violence industry; shape the views of journalists; and counsel politicians: All have been marinating from early youth in feminist correctness. The consequence has been a culture that, if not overtly man-hating, is always man-blaming -- in which, to our collective detriment, the rights of boys and men (especially fathers) are scanted for the sins of a few, and their contributions to the family and society trivialized.

That changed on September 3, 2008, when Sarah Palin accepted her vice-presidential nomination at the Republican convention in Minneapolis/St. Paul. Her speech electrified the nation. Before 39-million viewers, Palin was the first public figure to openly and successfully ridicule the hitherto untouchable Barack Obama. She also was the first American woman to campaign for high office by paying homage, but no ideological dues, to the Sisterhood. This Alaskan small-town huntin', fishin' God-fearin', abortion-hatin' mom of five showed that a woman can break through any glass ceiling she wants without the imprimatur of the feminist politburo.

Feminists watching Palin's stunning performance knew a stake was being driven through their movement's heart. They went ballistic. Feminist blogger Jessica Grose wrote on her Jezebel web site: "When Palin spoke on Wednesday night, my head almost exploded...What I feel for her privately could be described as violent, nay murderous, rage". Judith Warner wrote in The New York Times that Palin was an "insult to women". Comedian Sandra Bernhard riffed on YouTube: "Turncoat bitch! You whore in your cheap f***ing...cheap-ass plastic glasses". Academic Wendy Doniger opined, "Palin's greatest hypocrisy is her pretense that she is a woman".

And who can forget Canada's very own Heather Mallick -- then of the CBC, now of the Toronto Star -- who watched Palin with "my mouth open, my eyeballs drying out, my hand making shaky notes". From those "shaky notes" emerged a stomach-turning attack on Palin's "pram-face" daughter, Bristol, followed by the advice: "Turn your guns on Bristol's boyfriend Levi, ma'am". (And liberals say conservative discourse encourages violence!)

You may love Sarah Palin or you may hate her. You may admire her courage and values, as I do, but hope she does not run for president in 2012. However you feel about her, she has altered our cultural landscape, and inspired a formidable cadre of women entering politics: women whom conservative American cultural critic Kay Hymowitz identifies as "Palinite politicas" and "Mama Grizzlies".

In her Winter 2011 City Journal article, "Sarah Palin and the Battle for Feminism", Hymowitz points out that not only are 55% of self-identified Tea Party members are women, but a majority of its national and state co-ordinators are, too. Republican women are entering the House of Representatives and governors' mansions in record numbers. They see themselves as "feminists", in the broad sense. But the Palinite politicas aren't urban, coastal, upscale Ivy league elites like our reigning feminists. They come from the South, the Midwest and the West. Many of them are businesswomen and techies -- not academics, journalists and state-funded policy-mongers. They are less interested in which sex folds more laundry or changes more diapers, and far more consumed by conservative, gender-neutral issues such as freer markets, lowered deficits and reduced government. Hymowitz calls them Mama Grizzlies because they celebrate, rather than repudiate, their biological natures. Mama Grizzlies see men as different but complementary to women, and therefore as collaborators, not adversaries. Sarah Palin's Down's Syndrome-afflicted child and military-serving son -- whom she speaks about proudly at public events -- aren't an anomaly in this circle of unapologetically maternal women. Minnesota congresswoman Michelle Bachmann, founder of the House Tea Party caucus, has nurtured 23 foster children over the years.

No wonder feminists mired in the superannuated shibboleths of revolutionary feminism are shocked. As always happens with utopian revolutions, its pendulum, propelled outward by theories and ideology, can only swing so far from human nature's permanent verities, and cause so much social damage, before corrective populist movements force it back to the middle. Feminists long have militated for more women to go into politics. Of course, as their visceral loathing of Sarah Palin demonstrates, it wasn't "women" they wanted to see running for office, it was feminists: politically correct clones of themselves who would understand that their commitment to women's interests trumps all. If there is one issue that illustrates the bright line between revolutionary feminism and Palinite feminism, it is abortion. The unfettered right to abortion is an irreducible feminist dogma. It wasn't always the case. The Suffragettes were political pioneers, but social conservatives. Thanks to Sarah Palin, the long political hibernation of socially conservative feminism is over. One thing we all know is, you don't want to stand between a Mama Grizzly and her babies. And these Mama Grizzlies happen to like babies a lot. The born ones and the unborn ones too. Exciting political times ahead.

Gates Foundation biggest donor to Clinton Foundation, AP News, Jan 1, 2010
WASHINGTON (AP) - Foreign countries including Saudi Arabia and Norway gave millions of dollars to former President Bill Clinton's charity as Hillary Rodham Clinton served her first year as President Barack Obama's secretary of state. A donor list released on New Year's Day by the William J Clinton Foundation shows that Saudi Arabia and Norway each donated somewhere between $10 million to $25 million to the former president's charity. The biggest donors included the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, which gave more than $25 million...The William J. Clinton Foundation works in the United States and around the world on such issues as health care, particularly HIV/AIDS; climate change; and economic development. It also runs the Clinton Presidential Center in Little Rock, Ark, which includes Clinton's presidential library....

Where in the world is sarah palin, Examiner, Aug 28, 2009
Where in the world is Sarah Barracuda Palin? Alaska's sultry superstar has once again mysteriously disappeared right before she was scheduled to speak at one of her very important fundraisers, this one so slutty teenagers who get knocked up have no choice but to have the baby unless they want to get the ol' parental approval for an abortion. Now normally Sarah's habit of shirking her duties is limited to elected terms in office, but ever since becoming an unemployed publicity hound and Facebook junkie, Palin's erratic behavior has instead metamorphosed into canceling paid speaking engagements at the very last minute while pretending she was never invited in the first place. But since this is the "fourth time in recent months that an anticipated Palin speech has fallen through after Palin and her camp disputed they had ever confirmed it," loyal Palin spokesperson Meg Stapleton is used to concocting perfectly good explanations for these embarrassing incidents known as the Sarah Palin experience....

FeministsHatePalin Feminists roll out guns against Palin, by Miranda Devine, SydneyMorningHerald, Sep 4, 2008
You would think the prospect of a woman in the White House as USA vice-president -- and a working mother to boot --- would be welcomed by feminists. Not one bit. The excoriation of the Alaskan Governor, Sarah Palin, since John McCain unveiled her as his surprise running mate last week just goes to show that establishment feminists are only champions of women who subscribe to a narrow set of left-wing positions. They despise conservative women more than any man, and civil wars are always the most vicious. Which is why the largest American feminist group, the National Organisation for Women, wasted no time issuing a statement saying it did not endorse Palin because she was not the "right woman" and did not speak "for" women. Palin is not "for" women because she is pro-life, the organisation said. Old-school feminists have long seen abortion on demand as an article of faith, even though half of all foetuses are female and the views on abortion among women are mixed, with opposition to late-term abortions growing.

Palin calls herself a feminist. As a member of the "Feminists for Life of America" pro-life group, she's just the wrong type. "I believe in the strength and the power of women, and the potential of every human life", she says. The youngest of her five children, four-month-old son Trig, was born with Down syndrome. The disability was picked up during the pregnancy and her choice to go to term has struck a chord with America's "faith-based community". She said of her baby in a recent interview: "I'm looking at him right now and I see perfection. Yeah, he has an extra chromosome. I keep thinking: 'In our world, what is normal and what is perfect?'". You might think such a joyous human reaction should be applauded by anyone. But the reaction of left-wing establishment feminists to Palin is visceral hatred.

In a column titled, "A feminist appalled by Palin", The Huffington Post's Sarah Seltzer described her reaction when she heard of Palin's nomination. "I was on the elliptical trainer, and my rage propelled me to the most furious workout I've had in a while...a lot of feminists out there are appalled by the cynicism and condescension inherent in this choice...It's no rare thing for the right wing to use prominent women to keep the rest of us down. But just because Sarah Palin is a woman doesn't mean she's good for women". But being blackballed by the National Organisation for Women and denounced by enraged lefties is a plus for Palin, whose great appeal is the nose-thumbing ballsiness of her politically incorrect persona. She's a hunting, shooting former beauty queen/mother of five/career woman with a hunky blue-collar husband who not only works on oil rigs and runs a commercial fishing operation but is part Inuit and a snowmobile racer who has been dubbed Alaska's First Dude. Palin is just so good you wonder if she is human or a cyborg created in Republican Party headquarters.

The attacks on her expose the elitism, condescension and moral rootlessness of the feminist establishment. It will serve to shore up support for Palin among those who are not so intolerant. Her political life story does not begin in the usual feminist training grounds, not from a desire for power but a desire to help out at her children's school. In her first speech with McCain last week she paid tribute to her husband and described how she got into politics. "We were busy raising our kids. I was serving as the team mom and coaching some basketball on the side. I got involved in the PTA [school parents' group] and then was elected to the city council and then elected mayor of my hometown." Her political trajectory will resonate with any "average hockey mom".

But anti-Palin forces in the USA media have been doing their best to marginalise her as a dangerous "right-wing extremist" "fanatically anti-abortion", "hard right", "global warming-denying", a "rabid conservative", and a "fire-breather". No evidence is produced. She has been painted as a loopy Christian proponent of creationism, hell-bent on having the theory of evolution replaced in schools. But in fact, in what appears to be her trademark reasonable style, this is what she said about creationism in 2006 while running for the Alaskan governorship. "I don't think there should be a prohibition against debate if it comes up in class. It doesn't have to be part of the curriculum...Don't be afraid of information". She is attacked as a homophobe, yet her first veto as Governor was to block legislation taking away health benefits from same-sex partners of public service employees. This week she was branded a liar, covering up the fact that Trig was the child of her 17-year-old daughter, Bristol. The story wasn't true but it developed such momentum she was forced to reveal Bristol was pregnant and was planning to marry the father. It does sound like a soap opera, but busy real lives can get messy, as anyone with one knows. Then there is the question of Trig, who Palin is reportedly still breast-feeding. "What I've had to do … is, in the middle of the night, put down the BlackBerry and pick up the breast pump", she said last week.

How can a mother of five with a disabled baby manage to campaign for the vice-presidency while giving adequate attention to her children? Does it expose a selfish ambition? These are questions being asked most prominently by feminist women, of all people. As The New York Times put it: "Palin has set off a fierce argument among women about whether there are enough hours in the day for her to take on the vice-presidency, and whether she is right to try". But these questions would not be asked of a man, and in any case Palin's husband Todd has taken leave from his job to take care of his family. Palin's family choices are not what every mother wants but they are choices plenty of our most accomplished women have made for at least two generations. Palin is a woman who does seem to be able to do it all, yet feminists don't believe she should. So who is holding women back from the glass ceiling?

Feminist army aims cannons at Palin (Steinem & Co screaming like stuck pigs 24/7) & Hollywood stars attack Palin (Matt Damon says she's really bad Disney movie; Pamela Anderson says she can suck it; Whoopi Goldberg says very dangerous woman; Oprah Winfrey bans from her couch). Boston/OzHerald, Sep 21, 2008

Leftist feminist sisterhood snarl at Sarah (they hate 'the pitbull with lipstick'). American Thinker, Sep 7, 2008

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Jackie Jura
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