The president of the European commission Ursula von der Leyen, poor woman, was deprived of her seat of honor during an official meeting in Ankara as guest of the Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan. It happened that Europe was left standing; or better it has been laid on a couch by the backward Erdogan. Talking as a man, I would have been glad to sprawl on a comfortable couch, but I understand the etiquette.
When the fact was occurring, the two protagonists, the von der Leyen (I write the article in front of surname because a mass of deviated feminists dislike it) and the poor Charles Michel put up with the situation, not knowing what to politically correctly do or not willing to properly react (you know: when Islamic people are involved carefulness required). But then Europe and the whole western world got up in a single protest soaked with deception, false self-righteousness (I apologize for the pleonasm: self-righteousness is implicitly false) and cowardice. A muddle came up of a kind that hardly occurred with the lapidation of adulterer women, which is even now carried out in six states belonging to the United Nations.
First of all, it was coward from the several feminist associations to get at the poor Charles Michel. If the so invoked gender equality is true, why should Michel have behaved like a Middle age gentleman with his lady? Shouldn’t the involved herself have reacted, being her one of the strongest and most powerful women on earth? And then, even worse: no such racket has ever been made in any of the numerous cases, much more miserable, of oppressions and real discriminations against women that take place on a daily basis around the world. What would be the result of the comparison between a rich and powerful European woman forced to sit on a comfortable couch with respect to the Turkish lawyer hero Ebru Timtik recently deceased in prison after 238 day of hunger strike?
Why, during sport and cultural events held in Islamic countries, has it to be young women like the chess champion Anna Muzychuk to remind us the hideous conditions women from those area of the world are in, while who is organizing the show shrugs the shoulders and turns a blind eye?
Why, when my detective agency Octopus has to get back an underaged child abducted by the father or by the father-in-law of my client’s ex-wife (just to underline that women there don’t count for nothing) and kept in Islamic countries, everyone just instantaneously turns prudent and obsequious not giving a darn about the victim?
My investigative agency Octopus has been dealing with domestic violence for 30 years. Why is it so difficult to get the authorities involved when my client is victim of a rich and Islamic husband?
Why, when my investigative agency Octopus has to deal with a work in an Islamic country, do I have to be afraid of getting my detective women arrested simply because they are out on their own or they are not married to the colleague they are working with?
Personally, as owner of a detective agency, I wouldn’t have pushed von der Leyen on the couch but in a detention corner together with all the other most powerful women and men on earth that can connive at all of that.