Saudi Arabia, Canada, Rights of Women



Saudi Arabia has got it’s shit upside down.

by Melissa Hemingway Feminine-Perspective Staff


Feminine-Perspective: Canada is right and Saudi is wrong to severely restrict women's rights, freedoms of expression, association & assembly.


Canada is right and Saudi is wrong to severely restrict freedoms of expression, association & assembly.

Feminine-Perspective.com Canada is right and Saudi is wrong to severely restrict freedoms of expression, association & assembly. Photo (Art: Feminine Perspective: Melissa Hemingway and Hilary Arizmendi Sánchez.)

Mohammad bin Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud! Release human rights defenders & critics you detained. Bullying Civil Society workers is what Trump‘s ‘shithole countries’ do. We know Trump is backing you but he’ll be ousted soon. Join the human race and advance human development or get left out of a prosperous future of gender equality. Feminists can make you very rich.

Much ‘DIRT’ Canadian Women know about Saudi Arabia, Eh.

According to some of the 26,000 female members of the Civil Society women’s group The RINJ Foundation in or from Saudi Arabia, human rights in Saudi are afforded to men but not to women, although change is in the wind. Women intend to seize power gradually and end the kingdom in favour of a matriarchy.

Well, it’s best to aim high.

Without getting into our on-the-ground observations in Yemen, Syria, Iraq and various parts of Africa to start telling tales out of school about evidence of Saudi wrongdoing, it should suffice to say that the strict patriarchal regime ruling the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is consistently ranking among the “worst of the worst” in Freedom House‘s annual survey of political and civil rights.

Free Raif Badawi, or this gets worse.

Ensaf Haidar, wife of Raif Badawi, who was sentenced to 10 years in prison and 1,000 lashes for "insulting Islam"

Ensaf Haidar, wife of Raif Badawi, who was sentenced to 10 years in prison and 1,000 lashes for “insulting Islam”  Photo:submitted

Myth: Women want to drive in Saudi Arabia.

Wrong. Men in Saudi Arabia behave like violent sociopaths and the way they drive is a reflection of that fact.

An average of 17 Saudi Arabian men die on the country’s roads each day, says a report by the Kingdom’s General Directorate of Traffic. Every single minute there is another traffic accident caused by some stupid Saudi male, you idiots.

The World Health Organization found Saudi Arabia to have the world’s highest number of deaths from road accidents, which now make up the country’s principal cause of death in adult males aged 16 to 36.

Truth. Women would rather walk than drive with Saudi men on the road who both smell and drive irresponsibly and even recklessly endangering the lives of women and children. (Wash your feet and shower more often. Try something new: toilet paper and deodorant.)

Myth: Saudi Arabia has more Psychopaths per-capita than most countries

True. Class is still out on sociopathy’s relationship to a “failure to bond” which some experts say actually could be a symptom of psychopathy rather than a cause. Nevertheless the two go hand in hand and in the case of borderline personality disorders, failure to bond with the mother is indisputably a causing factor.

In Saudi Arabia, boys are raised in a misogynistic culture. How can you bond to a human who the patriarchy that rules you regards as having value less than a dog?

Well, there is some logic that defies the patriarch but it is not applicable in the case of stupid boys hence the percentage of Saudi males who are psychopaths is higher than in most societies because Saudi boys are taught to marginalize women from the time of their birth by the existing patriarch.

Saudi men, while unable to bond at any level with women, fear women above all fears. Saudi men should not fear all women, but instead accept all people as equals.