Here Are the Six People You Meet at a Women’s Strike

Wednesday was International Women’s Day, and with that came a theme: The Day Without a Woman. The Washington Free Beacon interviewed six people at the event, who explained why they chose to join the strike.

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  • Drunk_by_Noon

    Somebody remind me why right-wing death squads was a bad thing again?
    I seem to have forgotten.
    I pine for the heady days of Pinochet’s Chile.

    • UCSPanther

      Our spoiled SJWs have absolutely no idea what a real, live dictatorship even looks like. Under Pinochet, protesting could be considered a death-defying stunt, and for the fate of dissidents, outspoken left wing folk singer Victor Jara certainly uncovered that with his demise back in the 1970s.

      • Drunk_by_Noon

        They were all communists.

        • UCSPanther

          The reason I bring up Pinochet’s notoriety, is that it is worth pointing out why our SJWs lack perspective and trivialize what dictatorships in history are known for. While they chimp out and play wannabe revolutionary, they have no idea of how dictatorships have historically reacted to protests, and how they deal with dissidents that they really have it in for. Simply put, Pinochet’s minions would have mopped the floor with the Black Bloc.

          Ironically, Pinochet’s celebration of his victory by purging the enemies of his state was little different from how communist regimes celebrated their victories. Certainly not so fun for the communists when they are on the receiving end of it…

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  • Hard Little Machine

    dafuq is a ‘global gag rule’?

    • ntt1

      I think it refers to the gag reflex these wimyn bring on …globally.