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FEMI-FASCISTS MARCH AGAIN IN POLAND



EM_Wave 9 | 312    
12 Mar 2012  #31

An abortion is the only medical procedure that destroys life

Do you oppose abortion in all cases?


Meathead 5 | 475    
12 Mar 2012  #32

It's a shortcut to indicate the total intolerance, gender megalomania and rejection of compromise of the pro-feminsit agenda which often ignores the other 50% of the planet's inhabitants

Total intolerance? gender magalomania? rejection of compromise? Ignores 50% of the planet's inhabitants? Sounds like the Roman Catholic Church.
smurf 39 | 1,999    
12 Mar 2012  #33

destroys life

So I'm guessing you believe "life" begins at conception?
So how do you feel about the morning after pill? Or what about condoms? are they allowed coz they prevent your sailors reaching their target? At least 200,000,000 sperm cell per ejaculation? oh no, we're all gonna burn in Hell!!!

Dutch caps? Are contraceptive injections ok? or implants...maybe we'll go old skool and bring back the coil?

You're living in the 1950s man, I'm surprised you know how to turn on a computer.
Wedle 16 | 500    
12 Mar 2012  #34

An abortion is the only medical procedure that destroys life, and the femmies talk about their 'right'

You would have expected with the availability of condoms in most newsagents,petrol stations and sales outlets in Poland, the answer would be " safe sex "
rozumiemnic 9 | 3,255    
12 Mar 2012  #35

the femmies

so belittling of women.
Perhaps we should go back to the days of women being 'barefoot and pregnant in the kitchen'?
OP Polonius3 1,020 | 12,550    
12 Mar 2012  #36

Femmies refer only to rabid, man-hating, foaming-at-the-mouth, pro-abortionist feminists, not womanhood. Most Polish women do not regard themselves as feminists and also bristle when the Dragon Lady trio of Środa,Senyszyn, Nowicka & Spółka appear on TV. There's even a joke going round -- 'I'm getting my wife a set of windscreen wipers for our TV set. When screechy old Senyszyn comes on, the Mrs spits so much you can't see a bloody thing!'
JonnyM 12 | 2,634    
12 Mar 2012  #37

rabid, man-hating, foaming-at-the-mouth, pro-abortionist feminists, not womanhood

Weird.

bristle when the Dragon Lady trio of Środa,Senyszyn, Nowicka & Spółka appear on TV

Nonsense.

Most Polish women do not regard themselves as feminists

How do you know - you hardly ever come here?
delphiandomine 87 | 15,816    :-(
12 Mar 2012  #38

Femmies refer only to rabid, man-hating, foaming-at-the-mouth, pro-abortionist feminists, not womanhood.

So, you're female hating, pro-RCC, you constantly mention gays and seem to be repulsed by the thought of women on TV.

Hmm, Polonius - is there something you want to tell us?
Gustav 1 | 50    
12 Mar 2012  #39

Delph- considering your bigotry towards Polish Americans and utter hatred of the RCC perhaps it should be live and let live? Glasshouses & stones and all that eh?
Varsovian 93 | 638    
12 Mar 2012  #40

My daughter's class tutor (home room teacher) talked in class today about the feminists' march in Warsaw and how they were fighting for women's rights etc etc. My daughter then proudly said that, fine, great advances were made in the past but that recently the only advance made was in England, where they successfully achieved a rise in the women's retirement age. 2 cheers for the femorons!

Off-topic somewhat, but I never quite worked out what abortion had to do with women's rights. Pregnancy isn't an illness that needs treating.
isthatu2 4 | 2,710    
13 Mar 2012  #41

Pregnancy isn't an illness that needs treating.

An eptopic one is,and needs an abortion or both mother and baby both die.....suppose that would be a plus for polonius,leaves more boys for him to chase......
MikeUSA - | 22    
13 Mar 2012  #42

Abortion has been banned in Poland for years. Poland (along with Malta & Ireland) are the only countries in the developed world to still ban abortion. It's shameful.

Inform me when abortion actually becomes legal in ultra-religious Poland.
JonnyM 12 | 2,634    
13 Mar 2012  #43

Poland (along with Malta & Ireland) are the only countries in the developed world to still ban abortion. It's shameful.

Agreed, but at least in the EU someone can just drive to a clinic across the border without even showing a passport. I read a while back that 20% of abortions in the UK are for Polish citizens - seems a lot, but plausible given that its a country of 40 million, many of who have legitimate reasons to visit a friend or relative in the UK without attracting gossip about going there.
delphiandomine 87 | 15,816    :-(
13 Mar 2012  #44

Clearly you have met very few Polish women.

He meets them on the internet!

Let me guess: you can't get a halfway decent job in Poland because of the Jews? Or is it because of a zionist plot?

Zionist plots are everywhere!

Inform me when abortion actually becomes legal in ultra-religious Poland.

Try harder. It's actually legal here.

You really do have issues with understanding the law, don't you?
polishmama 3 | 280    
13 Mar 2012  #45

The term feminist does not mean "Women are better, men are pathetic scum of the earth". It means that women are equal to men and that we should have equal rights and fair treatment. It's been hijacked by people who don't read and learn in order to actually know what they are talking about.

That being said, I'm a feminist, my entire family (on my side, not my in-laws) is 100% feminist and I know many men who are feminists. They want women to have equal pay for equal work, equal rights, fair treatment, equal representation in government, etc. in order for there to be real balance in the world.

If a woman spews hatred toward men, she is misguided and lacks eloquence. She is also more than likely to be frustrated with living in a patriarchal society which values her as a commodity for men. But instead of demanding equal rights and fair treatment, she spews hatred because she doesn't know better. It's inexcusable. It also trivializes and undermines what she and others want.
gumishu 11 | 4,521    
13 Mar 2012  #46

Abortion has been banned in Poland for years. Poland (along with Malta & Ireland) are the only countries in the developed world to still ban abortion. It's shameful.

why is that shameful actually

I would think killing unborn children is shameful - not for the women in question but rather for those who allow for it

yes, there is one thing that is not OK with Poland - it's the condemnation of women who get pregnant from casual sex out of wedlock - there is no point and no need for such a condemnation - it only heavily adds to the pressures that makes women consider abortion - so quite a counter-constructive measure for a presumably christian society
MikeUSA - | 22    
13 Mar 2012  #47

It's actually legal here.

No its not. I've lived in Poland for many months and abortion is strictly banned there. The only exception is in cases of rape, incest, or physical harm to the mother's health.

I recently read a news article about a Polish woman going blind because she couldn't get an abortion.

Try harder sunny boy.
Nojas 4 | 102    
13 Mar 2012  #48

I also believe that a proposal to ban abortion completely was recently passed. That means no abortion even in case of rape or danger to the mothers health. A total ban that is.
OP Polonius3 1,020 | 12,550    
13 Mar 2012  #49

Aboritons are NOT banned in Poland but regulated and restricted to justified, legally specified cases: rape, incest, deformed foetus, and danger to a woman's life or health.

The femmies want a pro-abortion situation with abortion on demand, on a whim, for conveience. Even for 14- year-olds without consulting their parents.
They are always on about so-called 'equal rights', but they do not believe the father should have a say in whetehr or not to exterrminate his unborn progeny. To have true equality (and not the thetorical propaganda variety the femmies bandy about), abortion (if it were legally allowed across the board) would have to require the written consent of both parents.
gumishu 11 | 4,521    
13 Mar 2012  #50

To have true equality (and not the thetorical propaganda variety the femmies bandy about), abortion (if it were legally allowed across the board) would have to require the written consent of both parents.

or even there should be abortion on the demand of the father only if there is gonna be equality in abortion on demand, no?
so abortion is not a straightforward issue liberals would like to think
Harry 79 | 13,371    
13 Mar 2012  #51

They are always on about so-called 'equal rights', but they do not believe the father should have a say in whetehr or not to exterrminate his unborn progeny.

No, the father is quite welcome to let it grow inside his body. That's real equality.
delphiandomine 87 | 15,816    :-(
13 Mar 2012  #52

No its not. I've lived in Poland for many months and abortion is strictly banned there.

If it was "strictly banned", it wouldn't be allowed, would it?

That means no abortion even in case of rape or danger to the mothers health. A total ban that is.

What's this, your sockpuppet Mike?

There is no "total ban" here, it is not on the cards and this government wouldn't dare try.
Nojas 4 | 102    
13 Mar 2012  #53

I can speak for myself, thank you very much. So, what is your problem, my simple minded, uneducated and mentally unstable friend?
isthatu2 4 | 2,710    
13 Mar 2012  #54

This will probably end up in off topic, but,yeah, why you picking on Mike?
He's a nice guy, if his info was a bit out of date couldnt you have just pointed that out without the snarkiness?
modafinil - | 421    
13 Mar 2012  #55

There is no "total ban" here, it is not on the cards and this government wouldn't dare try.

Someone did.
From August 2011

The draft bill, "On the Protection of Human Life from the Moment of Conception," would impose an absolute ban on abortion in Poland.
The proposed outright ban on abortion in Poland threatens women's rights to life, health, equality, privacy, physical integrity, and freedom of religion and conscience, Human Rights Watch said. Malta is the only other country in the European Union that bans abortion outright, while Ireland severely restricts access.


hrw.org/news/2011/08/30/poland-reject-blanket-ban-abortion

Seem to have been a close thing too, 191 - 186 vote wise in PArliament
MikeUSA - | 22    
14 Mar 2012  #56

He's a nice guy, if his info was a bit out of date couldnt you have just pointed that out without the snarkiness?

Thank you my friend.

There is no "total ban" here, it is not on the cards and this government wouldn't dare try.

Again you're wrong. The Polish government came very close to banning all abortions in 2011 (with no exceptions).

WARSAW, POLAND, August 31, 2011 - An historic Polish bill banning all abortions was rejected on Wednesday by Poland's parliament in a narrow 191-186 vote, with five abstentions. Seventy-eight lawmakers were not present for the vote.

The historic pro-life bill was the result of a massive grassroots campaign.

lifesitenews.com/news/breaking-historic-polish-ban-on-all-abortions-fails-by-razor-thin-margin
OP Polonius3 1,020 | 12,550    
9 Mar 2017  #57

Merged:

Poland 2nd best for woman managers; femifascists still screeching about their uterus



According to Eurostats data, some 44 percent of managerial posts in Poland are held by women, putting the country in second position in the EU.
Latvia was in first place with more than 50 percent women-managers.
Rounding out the top ten of 28 EU countries, and all with at least 40 percent of women-managers were Ireland, Estonia, Lithuania, Hungary, Romania, France and Sweden. At the bottom of the barrel were such self-proclaimed "progressive" countries as Germany, Luxembourg and Belgium (at 22% -- half of Poland's level) as well as Italy, Cyprus and Austria. But that fact was conspicuously absent among the droves of hysterical, screaming, screeching, squawking femifascists who took to the streets yesterday to obsess about theii uteruses, spew obscenities against Catholic Poland and demand free abortions and abortion pills on demand with no questions asked.
Chemikiem 4 | 882    
9 Mar 2017  #58

some 44 percent of managerial posts in Poland are held by women

droves of hysterical, screaming, screeching, squawking femifascists who took to the streets yesterday to obsess about theii uteruses, spew obscenities against Catholic Poland and demand free abortions and abortion pills

I am having a hard time trying to find any correlation between women in managerial positions and women protesting about abortion rights and access to the morning after pill. Is there actually a point to your recently merged thread or is it yet another opportunity to start bashing women who don't conform to your ideals?

The data in your post is also from 2014, so not current. I notice you didn't supply a link to this data either, probably because it also mentions in the link that female managers in Poland earn 27.7% less than men in those positions.

ec.europa.eu/eurostat/documents/2995521/7896990/3-06032017-AP-EN.pdf/ba0b2ea3-f9ee-4561-8bb8-e6c803c24081
OP Polonius3 1,020 | 12,550    
9 Mar 2017  #59

abortion rights

No-one has the right to perform pre-natal murder on innocent, defenceless unborns. You can call it by vairous euphemisms but it is baby butchery pure and simple. Them screaming uterus-obsessed femifascists ain't got not morality, no decency, no class, no nothing!
Chemikiem 4 | 882    
9 Mar 2017  #60

Them screaming uterus-obsessed femifascists ain't got not morality, no decency, no class, no nothing!

Seems I was right as you failed to answer my question. Your merged thread was nothing whatsoever to do with Polish women in managerial positions, merely a chance for you to start ranting as usual. You're just a troll.




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