..."The Handmaid's Tale": an explanation.
This video is not new, but still very valid, even more so now. I like the take-no-prisoners approach of Gavin McInnes, because even if he makes you squirm sometimes, he definitely gets it.
Posting this is a little self-indulgent: I have recently watched "The Handmaid's Tale", a TV series based on a book by Margaret Atwood. While it's cinematographically stunning, it is very dark and obviously politico-emotionally manipulated, yet it did not let me miss even one episode.
I thought to recognise "The Handmaid's Tale" immediately as a metaphor for what the Islamisation is doing to the West but was corrected very fast by my moral superiors, those who adhere to and propagate the currently ruling narrative, that NO this was NOT depicting Islam's attitude towards women, but the baddies were Judeo-Christian Conservatives. As I often do, I gave in, and started doubting my Pavlovian "islamophobic" reaction until just now:
THANK YOU Gavin McInnes for reassuring me @ Minute 4:10 of the video that, despite being of the Rrrrrright and considering the Islamisation of the West a real and present danger, I can be RIGHT nevertheless.
Minute 4:10 :
"....the reason I'm doing this whole thing is to show you how crazy their world is. This is why they like "The Handmaid's Tale". Margaret Atwood wrote the " Handmaid's Tale" after seeing what happened in Iran after the 1979 revolution and how oppressive Islam can be, but the Left...."
I will now watch series 3 of "The Handmaid's Tale" even more critically, to see how much politically correct manipulation of her book Margaret Atwood has allowed, but so much for picking my personal bone....the rest of the video is also vintage Gavin McInnes and if you enjoy him only half as much as I do: I recommend it.