Tuesday, December 27, 2022

You can learn nothing about the murder of women in mexico from phony "experts" and corrupt "advocates," or you can listen to A Texas Reader

By A Texas Reader
tue, dec 27, 2022 1:05 p.m.

"experts and advocates say the rampant killings and history of femicide in mexico can be attributed to deep-rooted cultural machismo, systemic gender inequality and latent domestic violence, as well as a justice system riddled with problems — police office..."


Yeah, human sacrifice and cannibalism bring about femicide.


Anonymous said...

jerry pdx
Femicide...a global phenomenon in many countries of the world...but all of them non White: https://www.worldvision.ca/stories/gender-equality/femicide-a-global-tragedy-no-matter-your-gender
World Health Org. top 5 list leaves out India, a country that appears on some other lists I've seen. In any case, you'd think from the media that White countries are exclusively responsible for mass killings of females but that's a media fabrication, White countries document and sensationalize serial killings of women but don't murder women nearly as much as non White ones. Notice also that South Africa appears as one of the top femicide capitals but other African countries don't appear. That's BS, femicide is rampant in Africa as a whole but incompetent, corrupt police and media simply don't report it. The only reason S. Africa appears is because White people live there with police smart enough to identify it and report on it.

Anonymous said...

Mexico must look at the U.S. and see how women have undermined what we used to be--and the Mexicans are set against allowing that to happen there.

Or they're just nuts.


Anonymous said...

Among the various races in species of the humankind certain necessities of people just have a way of calling your women Mexicans American Indians blacks etc. they have a very high esteem of manliness in those places excessive high esteem of a manliness that goes bad for women kind of those groups

Anonymous said...

We must not forget that they are vibrant and dynamic people and very proud to hey you can get breakfast burritos at McDonald’s now what does that say