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WOMEN WANT YOU - The Gender War in Sweden & Iceland

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WOMEN WANT YOU - The Gender War in Sweden & Iceland

Postby Camp38 » Sat May 17, 2014 8:51 am

The Gender War in Sweden heats up this week where innocent men are being photographed on public transit as proof that they are oppressing women simply by the way they sit on a bus. Sweden is also implementing a film rating system developed for feminists. Soon all flicks will be chick flicks. Male spaces everywhere are being attacked by women. The more the MGTOW movement grows the more women will try to invade our spaces.

In Swedish...

Gender war is a two-hour long tv story by journalist Evin Rubar produced by Nordisk Film and aired in May 2005 in two sections (15-22 May) in the Programme Document from within on Sveriges Television. The story is about radical feminism and its influence in Swedish politics. News reports had a large footprint in the Swedish media debate and had several consequences. Among other things, Uppsala University decided to initiate a review of the Eva Lundgren's research. Lundgren was freed later but with strong criticism, and the University chose to greatly cut down her allocation of appropriations, which basically cut off the inflow of new doctoral students, opportunities for participation in symposia and conferences, and so on for her Department. Seem von Wachenfeldt announced on 6 July 2005, his resignation as Chairman of the ROKS. Then news reports have one third of the ROKS medlemsjourer left the organization.[url][/url]
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