Moonbat Anti-Macho Manifesto
Funny thing about politics: you can be a conservative and be all woman, but how can you be a moonbat and be any kind of man? Germany’s Green Party offers a glimpse of what progressives think you should be instead:
A new manifesto from the German Green Party aims to banish macho men for good. … “We no longer need to be macho!” is the title of their manifesto which deals with “equality and male feminism.”
Male feminism. This is why liberals want us to be more like Europe.
The signatories include several Green politicians from the European parliament, the German Bundestag as well as local Green leaders. “We no longer want to be macho,” it declares, “we want to be people. You are not born a man, you are turned into one.”
The manifesto calls on men to break out of traditional gender roles. Apparently “equality” will only be achieved when we’ve all embraced our inner Alan Alda.
But being a wimp isn’t enough; the progressive she-man of the future must be a useless wimp.
“We want to live differently!” writes [Sven] Lehmann, a senior member of the North Rhine-Westphalia branch of the party, and the European parliamentarian Albrecht. They appeal for a slower pace of life, less focus on profit and more health consciousness. They want to start holding “Boys’ Days and gender-sensitive career-guidance sessions.”
“Interest in mechanical engineering is not something we are born with,” they say.
As opposed to gender oppression studies, which moonbats of all genders find inherently worthwhile.
Once again we see that liberals won’t be content to destroy our liberty and our prosperity. They want to destroy everything else that makes us worthy of respect.
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