One of the features of clown world is denial of reality, and a major example of this is the belief in equality of the sexes, which is specifically a denial of biological reality and certain concomitant social realities. Believing that men and women are equal is an ideological position, and ideologues will attempt (and fail repeatedly) to force the world to conform to their fixed ideas (delusions), with sometimes disastrous, real world, life and death, consequences. On the same day, August 5, 2020, two events involving little girls pretending to be policemen are examples of this.
1. Frankston, Melbourne
Two girl policemen were out patrolling the mean streets of Frankston, and naggingly harassed a woman for not wearing a face nappy; clown world farce then ensued:
A young policewoman who was enforcing coronavirus restrictions in Melbourne’s south-east has allegedly had her head repeatedly smashed into concrete paving during a confrontation with a woman who wasn’t wearing a mask.
Some of the policewoman’s hair was ripped out during the incident and she was concussed.
The other female police officer was pushed and also allegedly assaulted.
Male police officers full of manly strut and vigour will usually have a physical presence that the offender in this case would likely have found intimidating; or even if she had decided to assault them, two strapping young male police officers would easily have been able to deal with her (hopefully, feral Frankston women can be a real handful). But a “young policewoman”, ie, a pretty little girl [she is pictured in the header above], or even two young women, does not have this presence, and so is much more likely to be physically attacked. The officer who had her head smashed into concrete could conceivably have been killed, or suffered brain damage.
2. Mount Gravatt, Brisbane
One male and one female policeman attempted to deliver some domestic violence related paperwork to a man at his home in Brisbane:
When they arrived, they were confronted by the man allegedly wielding a knife.
While still standing outside, the male officer was allegedly slashed on the face, before his [little girl] partner shot the suspect at least three times.
Of course, the female police officer did not do the wrong thing here (although “at least three shots” seems excessive). But if it had been two male officers, without a female, it is possible that
- the man would not have felt emboldened to attack in the first place, or if he still did, then
- his attack would have failed, as two men could have handled him better than one man and one useless woman
The stabbing may never have taken place, and neither would the shooting. Because women are weaker and less confident physically, they are going to resort to shooting more often than real policemen.
One day, there will be no more little girls pretending to be policemen; women will be returned to their natural roles as wives, mothers and caregivers, and if they are allowed to work at all it will not be in such dangerous and unsuitable areas as frontline police work. Only a sick society risks the lives of its young, fertile women in this way. And those responsible for having allowed women to be endangered in this way will be held to account.