It’s hard to feel sorry for liberals when they reap the results of the policies they force on the rest of us.
A middle-aged woman who campaigned against the deportation of migrants from her native Sweden was raped by the very refugees she advocates for.
She met two Afghan teens on the street, outside a bar – no slut-shaming, please – and voluntarily accompanied them to their taxpayer-funded pad. And the rest, as they say, is history.
Behind the European obsession with importing tall, dark, Middle-Eastern young men are hordes of horny, menopausal, Social Justice Warriors (SJW).
“Bohemian witches” or “tie-dye hags” is how one risqué, Swedish, YouTube commentator calls this degenerate distaff.
Left-liberal women (like Chancellor Angela Merkel) certainly have a fixation – could it be erotic? – with rescuing dark, handsome, exotic-looking strangers.
Judging from their irrational, histrionic protests against President Trump’s travel ban, we appear destined to live or die by these females’ hormones (or their replaced hormones).
Egalitarianism, the goal of the left and the political right, rests on the blunting of male-female differences. In the service of egalitarian sameness, the male-vs.-female biological imperatives are rapidly, if reflexively, being dissolved.
Survival, however, has a biological dimension. A submissive, effete civilization made up of men like Mr. Hauken will not endure.
The repulsive specter of Karsten Nordal Hauken just about turning the other cheek to the man who spread both his cheeks is not an isolated case.
The pale, liberal patriarchy is a pioneer in forever scrutinizing itself for signs of racism and deficits in empathy toward “The Other,” while readily accusing others of the same.
It’s as though liberal men derive erotic pleasure from prostrating themselves to assailants and ceding to racial claims-making.
Could it be that liberal men are driven by a powerful homo-erotic impulsive?
Who knows, but as the example of Nordal Hauken shows, this specimen is queering at a rapid pace.
-- Ilana Mercer, April 26 WorldNetDaily column