By: Bogdan Sajovic
Ever since Hillary Clinton lost the US presidential election six years ago, the feminist sisterhood and all the left-liberal “allies” and cronies of this sisterhood have gone completely crazy. They had already shouted about all possible and impossible injustices, but now the shouting intensified. And so, we are bombarded daily with screams about misogyny, sexism, toxic men, institutional patriarchal society and so on and so forth.
And demands for “breaking through the glass ceiling”, that is, the election of women to the highest positions. Last week, one such breakthrough occurred in neighbouring Italy. Giorgia Meloni will become the first female Prime Minister of Italy. You would expect feminists to be in a tizzy, but speak of the devil, they shouted in unison that this was not it. Because Meloni is not a real woman or something. Because she is right-wing, horror. She presents herself as an Italian, a Christian and a mother, how dare she? Above all, she refuses to present herself as a suffering victim of a patriarchal society, which is unacceptable. She is not ours, she is not correct, and screw the glass ceiling. It was similar in 1979 in Great Britain, when Margaret Thatcher broke the glass ceiling. The feminist sisterhood also did not recognise Thatcher as one of their own because she was a right-winger. Because she did not whine and play the victim. Because she led Great Britain for thirteen years (which is a record in recent times) and even earned the nickname “The Iron Lady”. She was proud of it and did not complain about “sexist objectification”.
That is why the feminist sisterhood enthusiastically participated in the brutal media attacks on her throughout her premiership and cheered her downfall. So far, three women have held the position of prime minister in Great Britain, and all three were members of the right-wing conservative party. Committed to feminism – or so they say – labourists have yet to find a way to break through its glass ceiling and elect a woman as party leader. But the feminist fraternity continues to support labourists, which only confirms that the sisterhood above all is a boundless hypocrisy…