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Feminists Asked “Women’s Rights or Islam?”, Can’t Decide

The hypocrisy of modern Western feminism was fully exposed in one of conservative YouTuber Lauren Southern’s latest uploads.

Never one to shy away from controversy, Southern showcased a return to form when she crashed a women’s rights march in Britain. The paradox, Southern says, is revealed in how modern feminists consistently suggest the Western world is beholden to some kind of “rape culture” — while simultaneously supporting the importation of third-world refugees who share precisely none of their progressive values.

Southern’s question for demonstrators was simple: which is more important, feminism or Islam?

Seeing confused social justice warriors struggle with responding to such a simple prompt is equally frustrating and humorous.

This isn’t the first time Lauren Southern, formerly of Rebel Media, has taken the propaganda fight directly to the radical left. While working for Rebel, she made a name for herself when she embarked on a similar venture during Canada’s so-called “slut walk” — which was apparently a pro-women’s rights demonstration.

Check out the video below to see how this played out for yourself.

~ Liberty Video News


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