Französinnen, die ihren Mann ankeifen, riskieren Gefängnis

Shouting at your wife may get you a criminal record in France

Zurecht ist die Überschrift in der Daily Mail nur auf Männer bezogen. Das Gesetz ist zur weiteren Etablierung der Diktatur des Feminariats gedacht, und die geschlechterneutrale Formulierung ist bedeutungslos für die Praxis der Anwendung. So wie sämtliche Gesetze bezüglich der als “Männergewalt” gemeinten “häuslichen Gewalt” und sämtliche Gesetze zur “Gleichbehandlung” oder “Gleichstellung” der Geschlechter unipolar gemeint sind und angewendet werden.

Es geht um nichts anders als die vollständige Unterwerfung der Männer unter die Herrschaft der Frauen mithilfe des Staates.

Das kriegen Beobachter auch ohne weiteres unmißverständlich mit und kommentieren es, wie hier von einer Journalistin (Barbara Kay) im Kommentarblog der kanadischen National Post:

I pity the poor men of France if this bill passes. As it is, women for any number of reasons – custody battles, revenge for perceived or real insults, or just because it’s an easy end to a difficult moment – falsely allege physical violence, which the police and courts routinely indulge without proof. Conversely physical violence against men for which there is proof is routinely ignored. If this bill passes, French women will have licence to assault men psychologically – “you’re no man, you let your boss walk all over you;” “you call that lovemaking?” – with impunity, not that any real man, ironically enough, would dream of complaining to the police about such insults, however diminishing and painful they were. But women will hold the power to invoke the state’s enormous punitive powers when they feel slighted. Or even when they don’t, but have an axe to grind.

Der grundsätzlich inakzeptable Ansatz des Staates, die Kommunikation zu normieren, wird im gleichen Artikel ebenfalls klargestellt:

There is no way, and certainly should be no way for the state to assume the right to formulate what people are allowed to say to each other in the privacy of their homes. What’s “offensive” to a goose may be a joke to a gander. What this bill proposes is the Orwellian state supervision of speech codes within the home. Why not simply install 1984-style Big Brother TV screens in everyone’s home? That way, charges of psychological violence can be made to stick according to what the state committee on “formulation” decides is “violence” and what is not.

Zuzustimmen ist auch dem abschließenden prophetischen Urteil:

This is a Pandora’s Box France will be very sorry she opened.

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