The recent “Women’s March” that was basically a test activation of the protesters we’ll be seeing for the next four years and who exist only to try to undermine the West had this as one of their prominent visuals:
It’s meant to be a powerful visual, but to anyone with a lick of sense, comes across only as powerfully offensive. It takes a symbol of liberty – the US flag – and turns it into a symbol of oppression and subjugation – the hijab.
Even at absolute best the hijab is a symbol of voluntary submission to a rigid totalitarian theocratic patriarchy (oh, the irony!). But to an objective observer looking at how the hijab exists as a garment forced on women in much of the world, that image above is wrong on a lot of levels.
Kraut and Tea covers it in harsh detail, breaking it down (also be advised there are graphic images as the video goes along – images of actual abuse of women that was not being protested during the women’s march):
The instances of Islamic murder of women as “honor killings” he discusses in the video are only in his native Germany.
But this happens everywhere in the world. Amina and Sarah Said were murdered in the US by their own father in 2008.