Bet the bloke wrote most of it

Every G7 country should have a feminist foreign policy
We members of the G7’s Gender Equality Advisory Council are urging countries to ditch archaic and discriminatory laws and promote empowerment

Emma Watson, Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka, Katja Iversen and Michael Kaufman

12 comments on “Bet the bloke wrote most of it

  1. I didn’t vote in the elections to the G7 Gender Equality Advisory Council. When were they held? Why didn’t I receive my polling card? I certainly wouldn’t have voted for a self-adoring actress if I had been given the opportunity.

  2. But then I’ve never voted for any EU president and I don’t recall ever being asked.

    I would certainly vote in a Catalan independence referendum if the opportunity ever came up.

  3. I certainly wouldn’t have voted for a self-adoring actress if I had been given the opportunity.

    Still not married it seems. For “The UK’s most eligible bachelorette” time does seem to be running out. Maybe the Ruperts and Tarquins are put off by her feminist drivel. Oh dear. How sad. Never mind.

  4. I remember when Sweden’s “feminist” government of women dressed themselves up in submissive Islamic dress to meet some bunch of male thugs masquerading as a government over there.

    The first thing a “feminist” foreign policy would do is surrender to whoever was the worst regime out there.

  5. Does a feminist foreign policy mean we gang up on and bully weaker countries until they run crying to the toilets?

  6. So basically the same kind of cunts (not the same ones but the same kind) who were decrying “colonialist” gaze(s) a couple of threads ago –now want gunboat–well OK gob-boat diplomacy against countries that refuse to grab their ankles for Marxist feminism?

    Doublethink indeed.

  7. I’m greedy and selfish. I don’t want to spend a penny of my money on this, or indeed the any of the other projects the woke want. I want to spend it all on ME!!

  8. @Rob

    The first thing a “feminist” foreign policy would do is surrender to whoever was the worst regime out there.

    Like May and EU?

    Good article by Oborne today on BoJo vs Merkel

    He looked strong against Macron too

  9. Pcar – I don’t like Oborne (wetter than a Michael Barrymore party guest and just as bumhurt) and I don’t like this:

    “Of course, this does not mean that the problem of the Irish backstop is solved.

    Mr Johnson and Mrs Merkel agreed that the onus was on Britain — not Brussels — to find a way round it”

    The backstop is NOMFUP, as Malcolm Tucker would say. A complete red herring dreamed up by EU bugmen and Eire’s Teapot to try to stop us leaving.

    I do have a solution, however. Since Ireland has lost interest in being an independent country, let’s reunite the island as part of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland.

  10. @Steve

    Agree. I should have said “some good points in…”

    Since Oborne, Glover, Brummer etc sold their souls to new DM editor I give them little credence. Nevertheless, Oborne and Glover have made some effort to be more no deal pro-leave this week. Utley, Porter(almost) & Littlejohn good today

    As you say border is EU border and a red-herring as until Merkel said “Everyone welcome” there were no/few EU “hard borders” – USSR had the hard borders to keep people in (not on school history syllabus?)

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