The white-hot hatred, spewed by the feminist press, at anyone who dissents from the predominant narrative (rich liberal whites uber alles, welfare and warfare, etc.) is truly amusing. For days, now, we’ve been watching Zina Bash being excoriated in the press for making a Nazi hand signal. Mrs. Bash, who is married to judge John Bash, is a member of the Trump administrations SCOTUS task force, and a clerk for the (insufficiently feminist) Justice Kavanaugh.
Given that I was told (and told, and told) by the creators of public opinion, that Mrs. Bash was a Nazi and an avowed white supremacist, I got curious about her background. Here is a clip from the feminist NEW YORK TIMES, released some ten years ago…
This so-called Hitler-worshipping white supremacist, who we are all supposed to make the focus of this week’s ten minutes hate, is the daughter of a Jewish physician and a Mexican-American housewife. She grew up in (that hotbed of white supremacy) the Rio Grande Valley.
What I believe our feminist overlords hate most about Mrs. Bash is the fact that she is smarter than they are, far better looking than they are, and basically just a better person than they.
In 2007, young Zina Gelman married a young attorney, in a traditional Catholic ceremony, and has been a faithful wife to him. She and her husband have achieved greatness on their own merits, and have no need to march around wearing vagina costumes, or otherwise indulge in jackassery.
The neoliberal capitalist and feminist system hates healthy families, because healthy families make the system redundant. Children who are raised by parents like John and Zina don’t have mental problems that are easy to exploit by the system, and they aren’t susceptible to advertising or other scams. That’s the bottom line.
Oh, and Mr. Bash? He’s taking the fight to the enemy. That’s as it should be…