Monday, May 13, 2013

American Girls Support Anti-American Boston Marathon Bomber

Feminism is dead in the United States of America.
When “thousands of American teen girls are crushing on Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar ‘Jahar’ Tsarnaev,” as the New York Post reports, what else can you conclude but that feminism is dead?
The Post writes that “The swooning teens will not accept allegations that the bushy-haired college kid – whom they refer to by his nickname, ‘Jahar’ – and his brother, Tamerlan, 26, killed three and maimed hundreds by setting off bombs at the April 15 race and killed an MIT police officer during the ensuing manhunt.”

These girls are conducting a social-media movement to exonerate the Boston Marathon bomber. They’re writing “#FreeJahar” on their bodies to raise awareness of the terrorists’ innocence. One pretty little, blue-eyed, blond-haired nitwit is even getting one of the younger Tsarnaev’s tweets tattooed on her arm.

How do they know he’s innocent? Because he’s cute. Duh! Plus, they like read like omg ALL of his tweets.

What in the world are we teaching our girls that they think it’s noble to defend murderers and terrorists? That they choose to make their heroic stand supporting anti-American foreign extremists?

Of course, it could possibly have something to do with the way we’re schooling them to believe that nothing matters.

·         Their bodies don’t matter – Go ahead and sleep with whomever you want to. While you’re at it, booze it up and drug it up. It’s all good! And if you happen to get preggers, just kill the fetus. It’s merely a lump of tissue anyway. Kinda like them when it comes down to it.

·         Their souls don’t matter – God doesn’t really exist anyway, right? Or if he does, heaven is for everybody.

·         Their brains don’t matter – Education: who needs it. Post enough YouTube videos and you can get famous shaking your booty and baring it all for the cameras, which is the real achievement to be had out of life.
When it comes down to it, these girls are desperate to find some meaning in life. And since they’re told by source after source after source that nothing important matters, they’re going further and further and further to find something that can.

To the point of horrific absurdity. Like defending a confessed terrorist.

So again, I have to say: Feminism is dead in the United States. And the sad truth is that we killed it.

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