Irish Politics: Dumb, Deranged Feminist Award Goes To……………………………

 

Alison O’Connor of the Irish Examiner for this pathetic little screed, entitled “Same old Territory for the election of women

https://www.irishexaminer.com/breakingnews/views/columnists/alison-oconnor/alison-oconnor-same-old-territory-for-the-election-of-women-980979.html

Sigh.

No doubt it would be futile to explain to this asinine womyn and her ilk a simple fact – the operative word in her title is the word ELECTION.

Now, I know femtards struggle with language, with the actual meaning of words – after all a word is whatever any random aggrieved deranged psychologically dysfunctional femtard decides it means, depending on their mood, the tides, messages from the great vagina in the sky, how effective their medication is etc. – but in the context of politics, the word ELECTION has one, and only one meaning.

TO CHOOSE – to ‘elect” to decide, based on several options, WHO the elector wishes to give their vote to!

See Alison – not complicated.

Unlike Ms. O’Connor’s screed – which is very complicated – full of percentages, numbers, ratios, woven around a tiresome whiny petulant Nancy Pelosi type tantrum – you know the one – I twied and twied to get my own way and I didn’t, so am going to have a global hissy fit to show how “classy” how gwacious I am…………….NOT.

Would someone please put that bloody womyn (Nancy Pelosi) in a quiet room somewhere, take away all her toys until she learns how to play with grown-ups.

Anyhoo – back to Alison – I have a question – did you look at any of the polls done before the election to see what were the issues that dominated the concerns of the Irish ELECTORATE?

I mean, even a quick glance perhaps – allow me to remind you, from your own paper!

What issues will dominate the 2020 General Election campaign?

https://www.irishexaminer.com/breakingnews/ireland/what-issues-will-dominate-the-2020-general-election-campaign-975429.html

“As the start of the 2020 General Election campaign gets under way, two major issues are expected to dominate political battle.

Fine Gael will have to defend their stance and performance on the state of the health service and the worst-ever housing crisis to hit Ireland.

Did you not see that Alison – HOUSING AND HEALTH.

Please feel free to do your own research Alison – oh wait….feminists don’t do research – feminists do tantrums, whines, hissy fits, and of course, if you don’t pick me its because you’re a…………………..fill in the blanks yourselves – how about this for a reason why the Irish Electorate didn’t VOTE based on what a candidate had in their knickers – because they didn’t CHOOSE TO, based on policies, performance, past political record, and a myriad other reasons why a reasonably intelligent ADULT evaluates a candidate, and then exercises their Constitutional Right to vote for whoever they bloody want to vote for.

Sometimes, people don’t vote for a candidate because they simply don’t like them – i.e. they are not likable.

Whatever the reason – if your “preferred” candidates (female) didn’t “get picked” for team vagina – here’s my advice – shut up, suck it up – and perhaps go rip up some paper till you calm down.

I’ll make it easy for you Alison – I’m a woman (biologically female) have been since the day I was conceived – many many years ago I lived in Roisin Shortall’s constituency – have met Ms. Shortall, liked her, intelligent, articulate and very likable – didn’t vote for her – because I didn’t support her particular political stance.

By the way – congratulations Ms. Shortall, well done, while I personally have never voted for you, I have always admired your sincerity, your commitment to your constituents and your obvious intelligence and sound political instincts. Well done.

Congratulations also to Ms. Mary Lou McDonald, again, never would vote for you, but have to say you are also an intelligent articulate and committed person – don’t agree with a single word you say – but congratulations.

Have met quite a few politicians in my time, both male and female, and do know what Alison, I’ve never voted for a female politician, NEVER, I’ve also never voted for an equal number of male politicians, in other words you dumb airhead, what they had, or in this day and age, what they claim to have in their knickers is irrelevant to me – I vote based on their POLICIES, or at least their stated policies, I vote based on their record and as above on a myriad other factors.

I vote because I have the right to exercise  CHOICE – neither you or any other brain dead femtard twat gets to whine, lecture or disdain ANY Irish Citizen who does not vote in compliance with some “gender” agenda dictated to them from a great height by a brain dead femtard who also doesn’t understand another word

DEMOCRACY.

Heres’ an interesting quote from this fool’s article:

“Then you have the Social Democrats with their joint female co-leaders Catherine Murphy and Róisín Shortall. That party had a 57% female election candidate slate.

They steadily and thoroughly went about the business of the campaign and managed to get themselves re-elected, as well as the aforementioned Holly Cairns in Cork South West, Garry Gannon in Dublin Central, and likely Cian O’Callaghan in Dublin Bay North and Jennifer Whitmore in Wicklow.

So, in that instance, you would have the highly unusual scenario of an Irish political party — albeit a small one — dominated by women.”

It would appear that Alison is cool with a political party “dominated by women” but not so cool with one dominated by men!

Hmmmmm, cognitive dissonance anyone?

Finally – throughout this pathetic excuse for an article – did Alison focus on any the above-mentioned female politician’s policies, ideological stance (whatever it may be) perhaps their past record, or even their parties Agendas for governing this State?

Did she?

Of course, she bloody didn’t – the one and only thing that defines these particular politicians is that they all (allegedly) have a vagina. That’s it.

You know, if I was Roisin Shortall or Mary Lou McDonald – I’d be insulted that some brain dead twat disregarded my intelligence, my hard work, my commitment to a particular political stance, the time I’ve taken to develop and hone said political stance and reduced me down to a bag of flesh attached to a vagina.

Or is it just that feminists believe that the site of reason, logic, intelligence and sentience is located between their legs? That the first thing reasonable people want to know about a prospective candidate is “oh my God, does it have a vagina?”

Shut up Alison – you stupid stupid ridiculous womyn.

 

Slainte