Donnerstag, September 19, 2013

EU will Kritik am Feminismus verbieten

The EU’s latest document is a called: "The European framework national statute for the promotion of tolerance" which is a document elaborated with a view to being enacted by the legislatures of all the 28 unfortunate nations that are members of this club.

What’s wrong with "promotion of tolerance" one might ask. As you will see in the following lines, "promotion of tolerance" means something entirely different than what it means to reasonable people. And basically the entire document looks more like a statue of the Thought Police and the Ministry of Truth.

Das berichtet heute Lucian Vâlsan auf der männerpolitischen Website A Voice for Men und zitiert hierfür mehrere Passagen aus dem entsprechenden Dokument. Darin heißt es beispielsweise:

The purpose of this Statute is to: [...]

e) Take concrete action to combat intolerance, in particular with a view to eliminating racism, colour bias, ethnic discrimination, religious intolerance, totalitarian ideologies, xenophobia, anti-Semitism, anti-feminism and homophobia.

Kritik am Feminismus wird hier in einem Atemzug mit Rassismus und Antisemitismus genannt. Wie es sich miteinander verträgt, gleichzeitig totalitäre Ideologien abzulehnen und Kritik am Feminismus zu untersagen, bleibt unklar. Nach dem Zitieren einiger weiterer Passagen kommentiert Vâlsan:

So, basically, ridiculing feminism shall be regarded as a criminal offence punishable as aggravated crime. This is exactly how the Criminal Code of Romania looked like during the Marxist-Leninist dictatorship. In the 1950s, one could get up to 10 years of imprisonment for speaking against "the social order." The social order was Stalinism back then. Now it’s Marxism-Feminism. The differences between them are becoming increasingly harder to notice.

Vâlsan beendet seinen Beitrag mit einigen Anregungen für Widerstand gegen derlei Verordnungen, darunter die folgenden:

Civil disobedience. Make a blog with anti-feminist content. You can start by making this issue known in your native tongue. This is crucial for the success in defeating this bill. Also, if possible, make flyers with anti-feminist content (preferably by making this bill known) and distribute them. Read the bill carefully. You will find enough things to make non-MRA individuals join your efforts. Adapt your material to every subset of audience you wish to appeal. It is important for opposition to this bill to appear in as many languages and countries of the EU as possible.

Sich in Blogs und anderen Medien gegen den radikalen Feminismus zu engagieren ist natürlich auch jenseits der aktuellen EU-Pläne sinnvoll.

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