When you look at the credo of Jean-Marie Le Pen’s extreme right-wing National Front (FN), feminism can be an “ideology of debauchery”, a scourge which like immigrants, Jews and European integration threatens the French way of living. At a recent FN meeting in Toulon, Marie-France Stirbois, certainly one of 11 FN people in the European Parliament, delivered a lecture entitled “Liberate ladies From Feminism” for which she described feminism as “Lesbian proselytism” and preached the merits of femininity.
“we have to never be their equals,” she stated of males, “nor their superiors, nor their inferiors.
Why don’t we be a vital complement to them, focusing on how to comfort them, help them, but often surpass them.”
Ms Stirbois made her message in the height of this charged energy battle between Mr Le Pen and their deputy, Bruno Megret, that was sparked down by a female. Next week the Versailles appeals court will start thinking about whether or not to keep Mr Le Pen’s two-year ineligibility to face for general public workplace.
If their ineligibility is verified, Mr Le Pen announced come early july, their spouse Jany will lead the FN’s list in next June’s European elections. (بیشتر…)