Thankfully, the Women’s March has been mostly a flop this year.
Just two years after the original Women’s March drew widespread support and millions of participants nationwide, the 2019 edition has lost all of its major supporters.
The Democratic National Committee is the latest group to remove itself from the organization’s list of sponsors ahead of Saturday’s event.
I wonder why everyone’s dropping out?
While DNC officials did not provide an explanation for their decision, the move closely follows a Monday interview on ABC’s The View in which one of the March’s leaders failed to denounce Louis Farrakhan.
Tamika Mallory, co-president of the organization, has come under scrutiny in recent months for purportedly holding anti-Semitic views. Criticism intensified Monday, when Mallory appeared to justify her support for Farrakhan, the Nation of Islam leader who is known for making numerous anti-Semitic remarks, including calling Jews “satanic,” and likening them to termites.
I find it hilarious that these Women’s Marchers who have bent over backwards to apologize to and appease Zionists are still getting painted as raving anti-Semites. The irony is delicious.
What is sad, though, is that even as all of these major non-Muslim organizations are pulling out of the Women’s March, some Muslim organizations are jumping in. This is really poor judgment on their part.
CAIR San Francisco and CAIR Los Angeles are two such orgs. Fortunately, CAIR National and most of the other regional offices of CAIR were wise enough not to tarnish their name, but that wisdom seems to be in short supply on the West Coast. (Whoops, looks like I spoke too soon about CAIR National: https://www.cair.com/action_alert_cair_offers_muslims_march_for_justice_caps_for_women_s_march_participants)
CAIR’s work defending Muslims against the enemies of Islam is something greatly necessary and something the Muslim community ought to support. Over the decades, CAIR has done amazing work for the community mashaAllah, which makes the recent foray into progressive politics by some of their regional offices all the more disappointing. When these regional offices delve into these far-left social justice issues that directly violate Islamic values, that’s a huge problem and the Muslim community should call them out for it.
There is absolutely no reason a Muslim organization should endorse the Women’s March and a thousand reasons not to. Here are some of them:
Reason 1: The Women’s March Is Just a Tranny Fest
There is no other way to put it. The Women’s March is all about pushing transsexualism onto society. That and gay men. You might think I am exaggerating, but let’s look at the evidence.
If you actually read the “Unity Principles,” which articulate the agenda of the Women’s March, nearly one third of those principles involve trannies in one form or another. People who identify as transgender make up only 0.6% of the US population. Yet, 31% of everything the Women’s March is about is trans related. Why this comically overblown attention to cross dressers? Why is women’s liberation so tied up with the 0.6% of American men who want to wear women’s undergarments? I guess the best people to ask are those working out of the CAIR San Francisco and LA offices. Apparently, they endorse this kind of nonsense. CAIR San Francisco’s director, Zahra Billoo, has even signed these “Tranny” Principles, along with Sarsour — of course.
Reason 2: Destroying Gender
Implicitly, promoting cross dressing goes hand in hand with destroying gender. But the Women’s March is not into the whole subtlety thing. They want there to be no room for doubt. Principle #7:
We believe in Gender Justice. We must have the power to control our bodies and be free from gender norms, expectations and stereotypes.
Got that? “Gender justice” means being free from gender norms and expectations. Again, maybe CAIR SF and LA can clarify what this means. Because it seems like the fact that Islam requires Muslim women to dress modestly or else fall into sin is a gender expectation. Or the fact that Islam requires men to be breadwinners to support their families or else fall into sin. Also a gender expectation. Or the fact that women on their periods are prohibited from salah. And so on. There is no shortage of gender norms in Islam, but all of it violates “gender justice.”
Reason 3: Promoting Baby Killing and, By Extension, Zina
Nothing gets feminists out of bed more quickly in the morning than the thought of cutting babies out of the womb. No matter how you want to sugarcoat it, there is no denying that killing babies is the mainstay of the feminist movement. And the Women’s March makes this crystal clear in Principle #6:
We believe in Reproductive Freedom. This means open access to safe, legal, affordable abortion and birth control for all people, regardless of income, location or education.
Notice how they deliberately don’t qualify what kind of abortion is acceptable. As far as we can tell, “reproductive freedom” requires women having the right to rip out a 6 month-old fetus from the womb. Feminists — and even their master Hillary Clinton — are adamant that women must have the right to late-term abortions, otherwise there can be no “reproductive freedom.”
The other aspect of “reproductive freedom” we have to be aware of is sexual freedom. That is what reproductive freedom means: to be able to have sex with whomever you want, whenever you want without consequences. Getting pregnant and having a baby is a consequence that those engaged in zina would rather not deal with, which is why easy access to abortion is so important.
Also note how the Women’s March emphasizes access to abortion regardless of income, education, and location. This is inline with the views of the original promoter of abortion, the feminist founder of Planned Parenthood, Margaret Sanger. Unfortunately, some Muslims choose to spread Planned Parenthood’s propaganda and are otherwise eager to provide unsolicited support to this vile organization.
What goes unremarked upon is how Planned Parenthood’s founder, Sanger, originally promoted abortion among the Black American population in order to exterminate Blacks and disrupt their communities.
Sanger wrote on her Black extermination project:
“We do not want word to go out that we want to exterminate the Negro population, and the minister is the man who can straighten out that idea if it ever occurs to any of their more rebellious members.”
Thank God there are ministers in the Church (or the Mosque) who can calm down anyone who might catch on to what Planned Parenthood is really about.
Here is another enlightening quote from the indefatigable Ms. Sanger:
“Birth control is not contraception indiscriminately and thoughtlessly practiced. It means the release and cultivation of the better racial elements in our society, and the gradual suppression, elimination and eventual extirpation of defective stocks— those human weeds which threaten the blooming of the finest flowers of American civilization.”
No wonder the Women’s March is so keen on promoting abortion among the lower socio-economic classes. Gotta cut out the “defective stock.” Too many weeds overrunning our beautiful society. Reproductive rights FTW!
Reason 4: Sex Workers Unite!
This might come as a surprise, but the people marching with pink genitalia hats are avid supporters of sex work. Or at least that’s what Principle #12 is all about:
We stand in full solidarity with the sex workers’ rights movement. We recognize that exploitation for sex and labor in all forms is a violation of human rights.
Not sure what this means. Isn’t sex work, i.e., working as a prostitute, inherently exploitative? Or is it empowering? Feminists themselves seem confused on this. I’m hoping Zahra Billoo and CAIR SF can explain to me their stance on sex workers’ rights, which is so obviously a very important issue for the American Muslim community, right up there with making sure there are trans bathrooms in our Islamic schools and masajid.
Reason 5: Zionist Bootlicking
Unfortunately, some within the Muslim community couldn’t care less about the promotion of fahisha. They couldn’t care less about the destruction of society through the proliferation of gender-bending homosexuality and baby killing. But, alhamdulillah, even these hapless rubes still get riled up about Zionism.
Well, I’ve got news for you: The Women’s March is in the pocket of Zionists.
There was a short period of time where the main March organizers would have a stern word for Israel in support of Palestinians. But, after feeling the full wrath of the Israeli lobby, those days are pretty much over. Now, Women’s March organizers are going to synagogues in order to get Rabbis to endorse them. And recently, Zionist orgs like the Jewish Community Relations Council encouraged its members to participate in local marches, like in San Francisco, because local organizers have denounced anti-Zionism.
But What About All the Good Things The Women’s March Supports?!
What positive things does the Women’s March support? I haven’t really seen a single thing listed in their principles that is clearly and unequivocally positive. They say, for example, that woman should be treated like human beings because “women’s rights are human rights.” This might sound good, but in reality, this is a vacuous statement. It is vacuous because it doesn’t specify what human rights are. Is it a human right to get late-term abortions and change your gender, etc.? No. So if I don’t believe in such “rights,” does that mean I oppose human rights or the humanity of those who insist on those rights?
Or how about:
We believe that all women’s issues are issues faced by women with disabilities and Deaf women. As mothers, sisters, daughters, and contributing members of this great nation, we seek to break barriers to access, inclusion, independence, and the full enjoyment of citizenship at home and around the world.
Who is saying that women with disabilities should not enjoy full citizenship? Are there groups campaigning against deaf women that I don’t know about? If there were, then I would definitely support marching on that one issue, but I wouldn’t do so in a march that also includes all the other garbage the Women’s March is about.
And that’s the crux of the issue. Some Muslims will concede that there is a ton of anti-Islamic bile that’s part and parcel of the Women’s March. But then they think that marching is still justified because of “the good things.”
Would we have the same attitude about joining coalitions with Zionists? Zionists have some ostensibly good things they support. For example, the Zionist Shalom-Hartman Institute believes that American Muslims should be engaged with at some level, which is why they created the Muslim Leadership Initiative. Being nice to Muslims and engaging with them is a good thing. Should we, therefore, stand with Shalom-Hartman, despite all the genocide and occupation they support? This is the kind of argument MLI shills like Rabia Chaudry, Wajahat Ali, and Haroon Moghul make. Thankfully, the Muslim community has rejected their line of reasoning.
We should reject that line of reasoning with the Women’s March as well. Even if the March stood for something clearly good, that would not nullify all the wrong it promotes. And for that reason alone, Muslims should stay away.