French Feminists Want “Sex Attack” Statue Removed from Normandy

French Feminists Want “Sex Attack” Statue Removed from Normandy

History teaches that the Allies freed France from the Nazis in World War II. Yet it appears that a new crop of Nazis has re-emerged in France — the fearsome Feminazis.

Yes, they plague Europe as well as the US, and this scourge of ever-bitter harridans have attacked the Caen Memorial Museum at Normandy, France. They are really, really angry at this statue:

The statue that angers always-bitter feminists.

You will no doubt recognize the sculpture as a representation of the famous photo taken by photographer Alfred Eisenstadt entitled “V-J Day, Times Square, 1945.”

French feminists hate this picture, too.

The sculpture at the Caen Memorial Museum is on a one-year loan from the Sculpture Foundation in California to mark the 70-year anniversary of the end of World War II. It is formally called “Unconditional Surrender.” 

But now the French Feminazi, er, feminist group calling themselves “Osez la Feminisme” is demanding unconditional surrender on the part of the museum by removing the 25-foot statue. They claim it is an image of “an assault.”

A spokes-harpy from the group complains:

“We cannot accept that the Caen Memorial erected a sexual assault as a symbol of peace. We therefore request the removal of this sculpture as soon as possible. The sailor could have laughed with these women, hugged them, asked them if he could kiss them with joy.”

I don’t know whether to laugh at this idiocy or merely roll my eyes.

No, actually, I feel like venting. My turn now, girls. (Yes, I said girls. Thoughtful, mature women wouldn’t throw such snits).

Assault? Assault? Why do they think that over 9,000 American servicemen are lying in graves in the Normandy American Cemetery — because they liked the beach and wanted to be buried there? They died to free France from the iron fist of Nazism, they died to give French fools like “Osez la Feminisme” the right to live as free people. These dead men would never return to America to hug their mothers or sisters, or to kiss their wives and sweethearts. So on V-J Day, August 14, 1945, a young sailor named George Mendonsa — undoubtedly overjoyed that he would not be meeting the same fate as his brothers lying in Normandy, or buried beneath the waves near places like Guadalcanal — was ecstatic. Grabbing nurse Greta Zimmer Friedman, who ironically hailed from Austria, a nation occupied by the Nazis, he planted a deliriously happy smooch on her lips. She was never to complain, never considered herself “assaulted.” She was sharing in the joy of a young man who now saw that he was likely to have a long life ahead of him, a time filled with the love of family and children. (Ironically, despite the “assault,” the immortalized pair met several times since then, though they never re-enacted the kiss).

Maybe, instead of harping about a harmless statue that honors a time when the world was freed from the Axis powers, these feminazis should focus on the assaults happening today in their own country:  the rapes of young French women by Muslim gangs. Maybe they should rage at the rape of an 18-year-old at Évry train station conducted by four teenagers, including two 13-year-olds, a 15-year-old, and a 17-year-old. Maybe they should care that these four brutes — three Turkish, one Moroccan — declared that they raped the girl because she was French and that “the French are all sons of whores.”

Mais non, mes amis. Why should these nags turn their attention to actual brutality, when the legacy of very old World War II veterans — men who saved the parents and grandparents of these fools — can be smeared instead?

But there is good news:  the Caen Memorial Museum has announced that the statue is not going anywhere, and will remain in place for the next 12 months.

C’est bon. C’est très bon.

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  • Dejah Thoris says:

    I know it may come as a shock to feminists (or as I like to call them, women that no one will touch), but women like sex too.

    And I am sure that after 4 and a half years of war, the both of the people in that photo were glad to have that kiss. That statue has about as much to do with sex assaults as mangos have to do with motorcycle repair.

    • Wraith says:

      Women like sex. Neurotic messes who’ve subsumed their entire beings into a psychological witches’ brew of victim worship and daddy issues, have rendered themselves incapable of understanding this.

      Oh, and thanks for the motorcycle repair tip–now I know why my carburetor’s all sticky. 😉

  • Chris in N.Va. says:

    Perhaps these twisted-knickers twits instead would embrace (pun intended) a statue honoring the Vichy?

    The Hon. Bugs Bunny, Esq., had it right, “Wuddah maroon!”

  • Appalled By The World says:

    Meh. When the Islamaniacs finally take over France such statues will be destroyed (see ISIS for a vision of the future) so it’s no big deal. Hopefully by that point those feminazis will enjoy wearing their chadors and being chattel.

  • Smith says:

    Sex harassment is just a different interpretation from a group of minorities. Most of people reckon it’s a stature means peace.

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