A Lesson Learned From the Women’s March



By Sigrid Weidenweber

All one has to do is wait—sooner or later the true face of a political clique shows through the veneer of false idealism and the pretend caring for people. On Tuesday, January 22, 2019 Jason Willick reports in the Wall Street Journal that this Year’s Women’s March, and I italicize because the march does not represent most American women, “follows Farrakhan Off the Cliff.” Well put Mr. Willick!

He notes that this demonstration was much smaller than the previous march. This is proof in point that organizations concerned with their reputation, as the Democratic Party, the southern Poverty Law Center, Emily’s List, the Human rights Campaign, NARAL and others, have withdrawn their support for this anti-Semitic group.

The Women’s March was conceived in repudiation of President Trump’s presidency because of his “perceived bigotry.” This group was most vocal in denouncing the president as a bigot—in their words: clothed in bigotry from head to toe.

The early organizers of the march, Carmen Perez and Tamika Mallory stated, as paraphrased in Elliot Kaufman’s WSJ article that, Jewish people bore a special collective responsibility as exploiters of black and brown people. They also were leaders in the slave trade.

Vanessa Wruble, a Jewish key-organizer, was pushed out of the Women’s March, Inc. in January 2017. She was not the only organizer to be purged from that organization.

Together with Perez and Mallory, Linda Sarsour and Mari Lynn Fowler co-chaired this organization. These four women were lionized as the “resistance” by Democrats. Kirsten Gillibrand drooled, you are the suffragists of our time, while Nancy Pelosi warbled, courageous!

Three of the co-chair women admire and associate with Louis Farrakhan, an anti-Semite who fostered the idea about Jews being in the slave trade. One wonders if he propagated this lie to make well-documented Arab-Muslim slave trade appear less horrid. Not only is Farrakhan a racist, he is also an anti-feminist.

Ms. Sarsour carries the largest torch for Farrakhan and bragged that she has a Nation of Islam bodyguard. I could recite more of the praise heaped upon Farrakhan by these women leaders, but will desist. I think you get the picture.

Despite the abominable character of this organization, the ACLU still sponsors the march, as does Planned Parenthood, Action Fund and the American Federation of Teachers. That exposes these organizations for what they are.

I want to clarify here, once and for all, that these women marchers do not represent me or millions of other women.

 Sigrid Weidenweber grew up in communist East Berlin, escaping it using a French passport. Ms. Weidenweber holds a degree in medical technology as well as psychology and has course work in Anthropology.  She is co-founder of Aid for Afghans.  Weidenweber has traveled the world and lived with Pakistani Muslims, learning about the culture and religion. She is a published author and lecturer. You can find her books on Amazon.com

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