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    There was an interesting comment about this video ...

    Are the women Islamaphobes? Or are the men Sexist.


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    Re: There was an interesting comment about this video ...

    Is this evidence of Sharia law in practice?

    I do not have facebook and I was able to find the referenced video on youtube:

    French women cannot go out - France24

    One of the most disturbing comments is in the subtitles at time point 01:33 :

    "Here, we do things like in our home countries!"

    At the very end of the video, the narrator claims that more women are speaking up.

    I don't want feminism, but I don't want this either.
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    Re: There was an interesting comment about this video ...

    Quote Originally Posted by Unboxxed View Post
    Is this evidence of Sharia law in practice?

    I don't want feminism, but I don't want this either.
    In our last election just a month ago, after Cologne rapes and various other problems reported (and way more not even mentioned) still 68% of all females voted for a president who is pro-immigration and pro islam and pro .. everything leftist.

    Honestly, if 2/3 of all females still prefer to "feel good" in an hysterical altruistic sense.. why the hell should I (or any other male here) care about them?

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    Re: There was an interesting comment about this video ...

    Quote Originally Posted by Unboxxed View Post
    Is this evidence of Sharia law in practice?

    I do not have facebook and I was able to find the referenced video on youtube:

    French women cannot go out - France24

    One of the most disturbing comments is in the subtitles at time point 01:33 :

    "Here, we do things like in our home countries!"

    At the very end of the video, the narrator claims that more women are speaking up.

    I don't want feminism, but I don't want this either.
    If this were the only thing Islam brings, then I'd have nothing against it. I'd probably even be pro-Islam. But we all know that you cannot just have the nice aspects and ignore the rest. You either got full-blown Sharia or you don't. This is just the beginning.

    I don't care either way. It's what these people have invited into our countries. Let them lie in the bed they've made.
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    Re: There was an interesting comment about this video ...

    I think that if groups of muslims attempt to imposing Sharia law here in oz - as in, in certain neighbourhoods you will get beaten by muslims for not having abeard ow whatevber, then they should be prosecuted for treachery:

    CRIMES ACT 1914 - SECT 24AA

    Treachery (1) A person shall not:

    (a) do any act or thing with intent:

    (i) to overthrow the Constitution of the Commonwealth by revolution or sabotage; or

    (ii) to overthrow by force or violence the established government of the Commonwealth, of a State or of a proclaimed country; or

    (b) within the Commonwealth or a Territory not forming part of the Commonwealth:

    (i) levy war, or do any act preparatory to levying war, against a proclaimed country;

    (ii) assist by any means whatever, with intent to assist, a proclaimed enemy of a proclaimed country; or

    (iii) instigate a person to make an armed invasion of a proclaimed country.

    (2) Where a part of the Defence Force is on, or is proceeding to, service outside the Commonwealth and the Territories not forming part of the Commonwealth, a person shall not assist by any means whatever, with intent to assist, any persons:

    (a) against whom that part of the Defence Force, or a force that includes that part of the Defence Force is or is likely to be opposed; and

    (b) who are specified, or included in a class of persons specified, by proclamation to be persons in respect of whom, or a class of persons in respect of which, this subsection applies.

    (3) A person who contravenes a provision of this section commits an indictable offence, called treachery.

    Penalty: Imprisonment for life.
    To impose laws on the general public that are not promulgated by our parliaments, or to run courts not established by the terms of our constitution, is an overthrowing of the established government.

    Oh, and here's a more direct one:
    CRIMES ACT 1914 - SECT 28

    Interfering with political liberty Any person who, by violence or by threats or intimidation of any kind, hinders or interferes with the free exercise or performance, by any other person, of any political right or duty, commits an offence.

    Penalty: Imprisonment for 3 years.
    It's perhaps a question as to whether walking down a public street is a political right.

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    Re: There was an interesting comment about this video ...

    Quote Originally Posted by Unboxxed View Post
    I don't want feminism, but I don't want this either.
    Just to talk, not to argue, but have any of you straight guys spent your bar and cabaret time exclusively in gay male bars?

    Go hang out in them. It's pretty much all guys, all the time.

    Of course you don't go to gay bars, and it's because there are no women! It's not all about sex.

    Now, imagine yourself walking around your neighborhood, your local stores, storefront sidewalks, and no women, ever. Day after day, men. Everywhere you look. Men. Men, and the dour limitations that men too often place upon themselves unless someone else is the one to crack the joke.

    It is obvious to me that women bring this happier quality to the social situation. Not feminists, mind you, but the other ones.

    Like Thoreau said, men go to their graves with the song still in them. Boy, ain't that the truth. Only women and gays seem to let the silliness flag fly with any dependability. A curse and a value at the same time.

    Of course I don't want the extreme of feminism, but I don't want the extreme of never seeing women walking around when I go to the frequent food street fairs in my city, or when going out to the theater. Or, seeing them wearing bags over their bodies when I do see them. That's not my culture or my sex problem. Neither is feminism.

    Look at the dull mall scene at time point 05:09. Look beyond the ladies in that opening moment at the entire courtyard surrounded by storefronts. That's as exciting as things get with guys only. If women were allowed, that place would be packed. Look at preceding footage, too. It's like Phoenix, Arizona in August.

    Oh, no, wait. Even Phoenix in August has cafes and restaurants full of vibrant men, women and children, out on patios, under the misted water to keep them cool.

    I like the value of mixed company, to be somewhere between the two extremes.
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    Re: There was an interesting comment about this video ...

    Quote Originally Posted by Unboxxed View Post
    Just to talk, not to argue, but have any of you straight guys spent your bar and cabaret time exclusively in gay male bars?

    Go hang out in them. It's pretty much all guys, all the time.

    Of course you don't go to gay bars, and it's because there are no women! It's not all about sex.

    Now, imagine yourself walking around your neighborhood, your local stores, storefront sidewalks, and no women, ever. Day after day, men. Everywhere you look. Men. Men, and the dour limitations that men too often place upon themselves unless someone else is the one to crack the joke.

    It is obvious to me that women bring this happier quality to the social situation. Not feminists, mind you, but the other ones.

    Like Thoreau said, men go to their graves with the song still in them. Boy, ain't that the truth. Only women and gays seem to let the silliness flag fly with any dependability. A curse and a value at the same time.

    Of course I don't want the extreme of feminism, but I don't want the extreme of never seeing women walking around when I go to the frequent food street fairs in my city, or when going out to the theater. Or, seeing them wearing bags over their bodies when I do see them. That's not my culture or my sex problem. Neither is feminism.

    Look at the dull mall scene at time point 05:09. Look beyond the ladies in that opening moment at the entire courtyard surrounded by storefronts. That's as exciting as things get with guys only. If women were allowed, that place would be packed. Look at preceding footage, too. It's like Phoenix, Arizona in August.

    Oh, no, wait. Even Phoenix in August has cafes and restaurants full of vibrant men, women and children, out on patios, under the misted water to keep them cool.

    I like the value of mixed company, to be somewhere between the two extremes.
    None of what you describe sounds terrible to me, but then again I'm not the most social person
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