Burkas and Principles vs Bikinis and Abortions: True Nature of Women’s Privacy and Empowerment

The death-cult mutilates women into pretending that immodesty is empowering, in order to over-expose her to the cult’s mind-numbing shame, supplanting her natural, feminine modesty with satanic social docility.

The death-cult tortures a woman into pretending that principles are limiting, in order to trap her in the myriad limitations against which principles guard.

A good government, comprised of the best men, would punish any man who fails to guard against this mutilation and torture—and execute those who contribute to it or benefit from it.

4 thoughts on “Burkas and Principles vs Bikinis and Abortions: True Nature of Women’s Privacy and Empowerment

  1. Not contributing to or benefitting from women’s self-destruction to avoid execution – OK, seems easy enough. But guarding against it successfully? Saving every woman in all of Russ-land from themselves is a very onerous task… unless, of course, we each commit to one woman – which is much more manageable (and the system our ancestors had in place all along).

    Makes sense now why – and how – the west is imploding.

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    1. Saving women from themselves is satanic self-righteousness:

      “Honor widows who are truly widows. But if a widow has children or grandchildren, let them first learn to show godliness to their own household and to make some return to their parents, for this is pleasing in the sight of God. She who is truly a widow, left all alone, has set her hope on God and continues in supplications and prayers night and day, but she who is self-indulgent is dead even while she lives.”
      —1 Timothy 5:3-6 (ESV)

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      1. True… but then it is difficult to draw the line between those women who are self-indulgent by their own hand and those whose outward self-indulgence is actually a product of mutilation and torture from the death cult.

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      2. Not hard, since only the proudly willful will persist after being called out:

        “Go, and sin no more.”
        —John 8:11.

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