The BBC radio programme “Sunday Sequence” had a debate this morning on Feminism. The panel reflected the usual pro-feminist bias of the BBC because all the contributors (including the presenter and a male economist) are feminists.
The presenter, Roisin McAuley, announced the forthcoming debate with the following words, “A century of change but are women still second class citizens?”
Women still second class citizens?!!!! Surely she can’t be serious? She was, and she spoke this piece of hilarious feminist propaganda as if it were a fact!
The other feminists on the panel were Fionola Meredith, John Simpson and Patricia Mc Keown.
Miss/Mrs Meredith is a well-known feminist, Mr. Simpson is an Economist who is afraid of feminists and made only a weak attempt to counter their propaganda. Miss/Mrs McKeown is a Socialist and has a lucrative position as Regional Secretary of Unison, a militant trade union.
Fionola Meredith sees the need for revolution to obtain her Equality Utopia. She is also pro-abortion and attempted to introduce the subject of abortion into the debate, which should not surprise us because feminism and abortion are virtually synonymous.
She spoke of Northern Ireland’s “barbaric law on abortion” and stated that the penalties for women having abortions (and anyone who helps them) are the harshest in Europe i.e life imprisonment.”
If this is true, then why has midwife Breedagh Hughes not been sent to prison for life after admitting to assisting in illegal abortions?
Answer the question, Fionola.
Listen to part of the Sunday Sequence debate, mentioned above, at http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b055pydc
The discussion on feminism begins at 29 minutes, 51 seconds. The subject of abortion is introduced at 49 minutes, 29 seconds.