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“Womens Strike” NYC on International Women’s Day 2020

March 12-13, 2020 : The China Virus has finally given the Demo-Nazi City /State governments the opportunity to go mad across the country. Making this post on Womens’ Rights an after-thought; looking back, perhaps, on ‘better times”.

 Flash forward, the Demo-Nazis shut the economy (country) DOWN. State by State. TDS rules the media-hype regarding the China Virus resulting in businesses going under. Rents can’t be paid. Employees laid off.  Isolation. Depression. Recovery, not possible unless … with Nov 8th on the horizon … THEY HAVE A PLAN.

 The Demo-Nazis are aquiver with doomsday excitement. (That says it all)

MEANWHILE, on March 8, 2020:

International Women’s Day 2020
WHAT are they striking against
The Patriarchy?

Never heard of this SOCIALIST Holiday (originally called National Woman’s Day) with a history dating back 108 years — working its way across the continents to be GLOBAL. (SPANISH appears to be the Voice of the Women 2020)

“Ni una menos” defines itself as a “collective scream against machista violence”.

Oblivious to the illegal migrants and their rapes and murders: “This is your daily reminder that New York City released an illegal alien charged with the rape of a 13 year old girl . Their Sanctuary City policy kept him from being turned over to ICE. This is exactly what Trump was elected to fix RT if NYC should be defunded over this! Charlie Kirk @charliekirk11 (2020)

“The first glimpse of this feminist movement was in 1909, That’s when the Socialist Party of America celebrated 15,000 women who protested long work hours, low pay, and the lack of voting rights in New York City.”

“The Rapist is YOU” (Chilean Rape Chant)

“March 8th- This historical day celebrates the achievements of women all across the world… typically a day for women from all different backgrounds and cultures to band together to fight for gender parity and women’s rights. The special 2020 theme, #EachforEqual, drawing on the notion of “collective individualism.”  (there’s even a POSE)

International Women’s Day became an official holiday in Russia in 1913. On March 8, 1917 (February 23 in the former Russian calendar), tens of thousands of Russian women took to the streets demanding change.

In 1975, the United Nations officially recognized International Women’s Day, and, in 1996, began to adopt an annual theme for every year.

As for the United States, International Women’s Day isn’t recognized as an official holiday, although it’s been proposed“. [Good Housekeeping]

This is what I stayed for:

== Flickr Slide Show==

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Barely Informed with Elad grabbed some fun interviews with the Socialist protestors revealing their usual mental blocks regarding the patriarchy and anti-Semite, Linda Sarsour.

Why does this  Rape Chant appeal to the American press and American Socialists? Nothing to do with American Women.

For The Curious:  The song and accompanying dance takes on the patriarchy as the cause both of violence against women and the victim shaming that often comes after. “Y la culpa no era mía, ni dónde estaba, ni cómo vestía,” they sang (“and the fault wasn’t mine, not where I was, not how I dressed”).

Un violador en tu camino” (“A rapist in your way”).

[Keep arms loose at your side, march in place to the beat for the first eight verses]
El patriarcado es un juez,
Que nos juzga por nacer
Y nuestro castigo
Es la violencia que no ves.

El patriarcado es un juez,
Que nos juzga por nacer
Y nuestro castigo
Es la violencia que ya ves.

Es feminicidio
[Place hands behind the head, squat up and down]
Impunidad para el asesino
[Repeat movement above]
Es la desaparición
[Repeat movement above]
Es la violación
[Repeat movement above]

[Run in place, but without lifting feet from the ground; move forearms up and down in sync with the feet]
Y la culpa no era mía, ni dónde estaba, ni cómo vestía
Y la culpa no era mía, ni dónde estaba, ni cómo vestía
Y la culpa no era mía, ni dónde estaba, ni cómo vestía
Y la culpa no era mía, ni dónde estaba , ni cómo vestía

El violador eras tú
[Extend right arm straight out in front of you, pointing]
El violador eres tú
[Repeat movement above]

Son los pacos
[Point left]
Los jueces
[Point right]
El estado
[Raise arms, pointing in circle around the head]
El presidente
[Cross forearms above the head]

[Move forearms up and down rhythmically, fist closed]
El estado opresor es un macho violador
El estado opresor es un macho violador

El violador eras tú
[Extend left arm straight out in front of you, pointing]
El violador eres tú
[Repeat movement above]

[Cup hands around mouth to amplify shouting]
Duerme tranquila niña inocente,
sin preocuparte del bandolero,
que por tus sueños dulce
y sonriente vela tu amante carabinero.

El violador eres tú
[Extend right arm straight our in front of you, pointing]
El violador eres tú
[repeat movement above]
El violador eres tú
[repeat movement above]
El violador eres tú
[repeat movement above]

“Join millions of participants by wearing purple on March 8. Signifiying justice and dignity, the color purple has become an international symbol for women since the origination of purple, green, and white as a symbol of women’s equality from the Women’s Social and Political Union in the UK in 1908. (Purple signifies justice and dignity. Green symbolises hope. White represents purity, but is no longer used due to ‘purity’ being a controversial concept.)”

A rapist in your way (English translation)

The patriarchy is a judge
that judges us for being born
and our punishment
is the violence you don’t see.

The patriarchy is a judge
that judges us for being born
and our punishment
is the violence that have seen.

It’s femicide.
Impunity for the killer.
It’s disappearance.
It’s rape.

And the fault wasn’t mine, not where I was, not how I dressed
And the fault wasn’t mine, not where I was, not how I dressed
And the fault wasn’t mine, not where I was, not how I dressed
And the fault wasn’t mine, not where I was, not how I dressed

The rapist is you.
The rapist is you.

It’s the cops,
The judges,
The state,
The president.

The oppressive state is a rapist.
The oppressive state is a rapist.

The rapist is you
The rapist is you

“Sleep calmly, innocent girl
Without worrying about the bandit,
Over your dreams smiling and sweet,
watches your loving cop.”

The rapist is you
The rapist is you
The rapist is you
The rapist is you

“IWD is an official holiday in many countries including Afghanistan, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Burkina Faso, Cambodia, China (for women only), Cuba, Georgia, Guinea-Bissau, Eritrea, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Laos, Madagascar (for women only), Moldova, Mongolia, Montenegro, Nepal (for women only), Russia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Uganda, Ukraine, Uzbekistan, Vietnam and Zambia.” [Good Housekeeping]

[Where indicated, pictures and videos property of Pamela Hall]