New Law in France
Against 'Psychological Violence'
The only bright spot, if you wish to call it that, is that women and men are BOTH subject to arrest and prosecution under this enactment. But I certainly don't mean to imply that such "equality" makes the law any less unconscionable.
So, today France. . . and tomorrow. . . . a country near YOU?
What the hell is the world coming to? Fifty, forty, even thirty years ago, if you'd floated any such proposal, nearly anybody would have reckoned it was a dysfunctional jeu d'esprit—which, manifestly it is! Such a thing would very simply never have occurred to any right-thinking person. But today, politicians can not only propose such things, they can wave such things into law with absolute stone-cold self-assurance that NOBODY will summon the moral courage, political muscle or cultural voice to do anything about it! Yes, ideas that were culturally unthinkable years ago are both thinkable and discussable today because a slow, incremental buildup in the baseline of cultural acceptance has rotted our collective ability to either comprehend the crisis or to act resolutely against it. And so we sink helplessly, deeper and deeper into the rot.
And oh, bloody hell, I need scarcely remind you that our good friend feminism has been a mighty contributor to this . . . rot!
All right. Now that your brain has been correctly primed by all of the foregoing, you might benefit by visiting (or re-visiting) the following item—which will throw a pertaining backlight upon the subject of this post: http://tinyurl.com/np2k6r