Sunday, April 15, 2012

A Titanic mangina

Among all of the articles I saw to commemorate the 100th Anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic was this execrable example titled "Women's voices missing from history of disaster".    I could not let it pass and uncharacteristically wrote a critical reply to the pathetic mangina intern.
What a disappointment that you wrote your piece about Titanic as a useful idiot for misandric feminists.
You even managed to find fault that almost equal numbers of men and women survived.
Why not compare the survival rate of women to children and ask why women did not make room for the 52 children who died?
Chivalry is the lapdog of Feminism.

Your title "where were the voices of women?"
Husbands in those days spoke for their wives and older daughters - if you recall the Alberta "Famous 5" case did not even occur until 1916.
But anyways the answer is easy, the women's "voices" were drowned in tears and private grief over the horrendous loss of their husbands, fathers, uncles and brothers.
Like this forgotten monument - erected in 1931 by "the women of America" in the spirit of "lest we forget," with a program of annual wreath-layings on the anniversary of the Titanic's sinking.

To the brave men of the Titanic.Who gave their lives that women and children might be saved.

That memory has been assassinated.
And you are an accomplice and a pathetic mangina.
Perhaps you should read and heed another National Post columnist.
Former posts that reference Titanic:
  1. May 2010 - Lusitania Sinks
  2. March 2010 - Titanic Hypocrisy of Feminists
  3. April 2009 - The Mens Titanic Society
[Late Update:  Intrigue of Parental abduction uncovered by mystery Titanic Victim.]


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