This is gonna throw a wrench on the Left’s ‘men are literal devils’ campaign, isn’t it?
Remind me — what are today’s rules? Is gender a ‘social construct’ or are men objectively bad?
It’s so hard to keep up with this game. But all we can say for sure is that Europol is promoting a website that feminists must be happy about. After all, we’re adding another area in life where women are closing the gap with men. And that’s always the goal, right?
What’s next? closing the gap over serious workplace injuries?
Here’s a clip from the article:
Europol, the law enforcement agency of the European Union, released a list of women fugitives on Saturday — from convicted murderers, to human sex traffickers — as part of its new “Crime has No Gender” campaign.
The women-centric campaign drew criticism after Europol spokesperson Claire Georges said the organization “wanted to show that women are just as likely to commit violent crimes as men.”
“Even though the discourse is often around ‘male fugitives,’ women can be just as bad,” she said.
They had a gimmicky site with the criminal’s face obscured and becoming more clear as more details about the criminal were given, until it is revealed that a woman was the criminal they wanted.
Many studies have examined how gender plays a role in crime,” Europol says. “The majority of those looked at the gender of the victim but less often at that of the offender. However, in recent decades, the number of women engaged in criminal activity has increased, although at a slower pace than men.”
Europol says one possible explanation is that “that technological progress and social norms have liberated women from the home, increasing their participation in the crime market.”
As though to prove that point, we’ve got this video posted since we learned about this story:
Just another day in beautiful Britain.
Feral women trying to steal from these gentlemen.
Pray for a meteor pic.twitter.com/kjtaNzs4xf
— Katie Hopkins (@KTHopkins) October 21, 2019
But what was that line they used in the story?
‘Liberated from the home’ translates into ‘life of crime’, does it?
That sure is a ‘spicy take’, now isn’t it? And that’s coming from the Socialist paradise of Europe itself? Go figure.
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