Dissecting the Women’s March

Posted on January 26, 2017 by Robert Ringer Comments (61)

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I’ve been watching protests for decades, but the so-called Women’s March last weekend was perhaps the strangest protest I’ve ever seen. The question that most sane people have been asking is, “What was the purpose of the protest?”

Protesters carried signs that included such messages as “pro-peace,” “pro-environment,” “love,” “We are allies, not bystanders,” “Girl Power vs Trump Power,” “Dump the Trump,” “Climate change is a women’s issue,” “Women’s rights are human rights,” “We will not be silent,” “My body, my choice,” and “I am very upset.”

Even the Black Lives Matters protest marchers have had more clarity than this. “What do we want? Dead cops! When do we want it? Now!” You may not agree with their warm and fuzzy mantra, but, by golly, their message is clear: They want dead cops!

So let’s try to make some sense out of the Women’s March that followed Trump’s inauguration. First of all, let’s get one obvious fact out on the table: It would be impossible for a remarkably well coordinated worldwide protest such as this to take place without major funding from a well-heeled source (or sources). The number of people that would have to be involved in the organization of such a huge, geographically widespread event is mind-boggling.

While there were many well-funded organizations involved — including Planned Parenthood, MoveOn.org, and the American Civil Liberties Union — there can be little doubt that George Soros was the key puppet master behind the scenes. Soros is a genius at manipulating people on a large scale, in such a way that it leads to his being able to collapse currencies. His ingenious ability to do this often results in billions of dollars ending up in his coffers.

During the 1997 Asian financial crisis, Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir bin Mohamad accused Soros of bringing down the country’s currency through his trading activities, and Thailand authorities referred to him as an “economic war criminal.”  Above all, he is best known as “The Man who Broke the Bank of England.” He earned that title when he precipitated a UK financial crisis by dumping 10 billion sterling onto the market. His actions forced the devaluation of the currency and resulted in his garnering a billion-dollar profit.

In real terms, what Soros’s involvement in left-wing protests worldwide means is that most of the people marching in Washington, London, Sydney, Berlin, and around the world last weekend were simply duped. They were deluded into believing that it was their own legitimate protest, which it most definitely was not. This is why they had no coherent message. It’s yet another reminder that it’s always unwise to underestimate the gullibility and ignorance of your fellow human beings.

When all is said and done, about the only thing that most of the marchers had in common was a religious-like zeal for infanticide. But, of course, infanticide is already legal, so there’s no reason to protest about it unless you’re protesting against it. Infanticide, a practice once unthinkable in America, has been entrenched as the law of the land in the United States and other Western countries for nearly half a century.

Given that eugenics was an important aspect of Nazism, Roe vs Wade can be viewed as a Hitlerian turning point in U.S. history. I believe it’s one of the key factors that has led to today’s nasty militancy over issues that didn’t even exist forty years ago.

Thus, if the march had any real purpose, I would opine that it was to extol the virtues of killing unborn babies. Of course, this objective is smoothed over with such terms as “reproductive rights” and “women’s health issues.” Which is strange, because last I heard, women have a right to reproduce anytime they so desire, in or out of wedlock. Obviously, then, “reproductive rights” is doublespeak for the right to kill your unborn child.

So why are millions of women still protesting? Because the right to kill isn’t enough for them. They want you to pay to have their babies terminated, even if you disagree with infanticide on religious grounds.

It’s difficult for a rational person to imagine that there are people who actually think like this, but it’s not really that hard to understand. Such a warped mental state stems from children being brainwashed by their schools into believing that their every wish, no matter how immoral it may be, is an entitlement.

I was a little uncomfortable with the fact that most people I’ve spoken to in the past week just laughed off the Women’s March as a peaceful freak show. And based on what I saw on television, there’s no question that a significant percentage of the protestors were the same old, true-believing fruitcakes in search of another cause.

But you should not be fooled by the fact that the Women’s March was nonviolent, because behind all their peaceful but asinine behavior is an army of folks who are very, very angry. I’m referring to the those who extol Radical Left tyranny and are ready to do battle for just about any cause that throws roadblocks into the path of civilization’s advancement toward free speech, free thought, and liberty.

I don’t believe anyone knows for certain just why these people are angry, because each of them has her own reasons for her anger. An individual’s anger can stem from the fact that war still exists … or that discrimination still exists … or that workers don’t earn as much as CEOs … or that millions of folks believe manmade climate change is a giant hoax.

The list is endless, but the long and short of it is that these folks have never developed an ability to think rationally, so they simple cannot accept the fact that the world isn’t perfect. Even worse, like small children, they are angry that they can’t get everyone to “see the light” as they do.

This last point is underscored by the fact that they refuse to accept the reality that millions of Americans just rejected Barack Obama’s Marxist policies and voted for Donald Trump to fundamentally change America back to what it used to be. Sadly, their disappointment, self-inflicted pain, and anger is such that they will never be able to accept the verdict of the American electorate. And when people refuse to accept the results of elections, they often feel that they have nowhere to turn but violence.

So when these people say they aren’t going away, I believe them, and I would urge all civilized people of goodwill to take them seriously. Do not kid yourself: Peaceful protest marches that appear to have no purpose are a prelude to violence. In fact, we already got a taste of violence on Inauguration Day, the day before the peaceful protests even occurred.

In my previous article, “Is the Age of Violence Upon Us?” I said, “Just know that violence is a virtual certainty. When and how much are the two big questions.” Based on what I’ve seen over the past few days, I’m inclined to believe that the violence will be immediate, ongoing, widespread, and increasingly ugly. It goes without saying that I will continue to hope that I’m wrong on this point.

The only hope I see is for President Trump to continue moving his agenda forward at mach speed, with an emphasis on law enforcement. Otherwise, I worry about it getting down to a choice between a violent civil war or the birth of a dictatorship that millions of people might embrace if they believe that’s what it will take to clamp down on the Radical Left once and for all.

Robert Ringer

+Robert Ringer is an American icon whose unique insights into life have helped millions of readers worldwide. He is also the author of two New York Times #1 bestselling books, both of which have been listed by The New York Times among the 15 best-selling motivational books of all time.

61 responses to “Dissecting the Women’s March”

  1. Reality Seeker says:

    " I was a little uncomfortable with the fact that most people I’ve spoken to in the past week just laughed off the Women’s March as a peaceful freak show. "

    Me, too! I've always believed that one day the collectivist shall have to be confronted with the Second Amendment. In fact, it looks like to me that America is going to be split up. Of course, I'm not the first to utter this prediction. Smart guys, like Jerome Corsi, have been saying it longer than me. I've been preaching the Second Amendment for years. And now I'm preaching "buy gold, buy silver and have faith". Yes. I'm still in the stock market, because that's where one can make a killing on speculation, but guns and gold are insurance I hope, I never need…. and I'm actually enlarging my insurance policy, because I believe a Trump Depression and the breakup of the USA is a real possibility.

    Regarding President Trump: what a great job he is doing. So nice to watch all those executive orders being signed. Watching the rollback of Obama's two terms is so very gratifying….

    • Phil says:

      Trump at least seems to like the America that "was" … I am not a fan of some of his interventionism, but given the alternatives the man is our last best hope. Unfortunately that Trump Depression you reference is highly likely.

      • Reality Seeker says:

        Herbert Hoover was an extraordinary businessman who possessed a very high IQ and uncommon intellect, but that didn't stop the stock market ( and a few years later the bond market) from crashing. The Roaring 20s had many great men leading the American economy; it was a time during which the GOP had complete control; it was a time of great innovation; yet what in the hell happened?

        The economic cycle turned down so hard that it crashed.

        Trump has promised 4% GDP growth. He's promised to bring back industrial growth on a massive scale; he's promised to end currency manipulation; stop the flood of illegals; negotiate a better deal …. and so on and so forth…

        Let's hope Trump can do 10% of what he's promised… If Trump somehow pulls it off, then he'll go down as the greatest president in modern history…. I really like what he's doing so far, and I'd rather have him as president during a depression…

  2. Stephan F says:

    As is the regular and routine outcome you get when RJR posts an opinion online, Robert’s analysis of the bogus “womens march” is right on target here. The main aspect that’s so well spelled out is that this phony protest wasn’t a result of some grassroots movement generated by a groundswell of enthusiasm for a particular idea or notion. Public displays like this that attempt to grab everyone’s attention never ever happen by accident. No, the idea behind this colossal waste of time no doubt emanated in the warped mind of George “Moneybags” Soros.

    So who are these people who can fritter an afternoon away participating in something so contemptibly worthless? No doubt many are unemployed paid shills by the Soros machine. With nothing better to do, why not get paid doing nothing more than running around shouting obscenities. But more importantly, I believe most of them suffer from the most common forms of bad human behavior: laziness, ignorance, naiveté’, and, most importantly, a sense of “worthlessness.” Most of these vagabonds have accomplished absolutely zero during their brief lifetimes and have nothing to show for their miserable existence. Therefore, and predictably, they do what primal apes always do, form into groups. And this is what gives them the sense of actually doing or accomplishing something. Or at least the illusion of doing so. It’s all about stroking their egos. Maybe for the first time in their lives, these useless primates actually believe they they are doing something good. But the good news is that someday they’ll look back and ask, “how could I have been so dumb?”

    • Gene Viola says:

      You're not alone in believing Soros was behind the oxymoron protesters. I did not file the reference, but someone reported that the protesters were well paid by Soros. I think the amount for each protester as $50. an hour.

  3. larajf says:

    They were pretty clear on one thing – if you don't agree with them, stay away. They were not interested in being tolerant or accepting.

    • Cassie says:

      That's true and it's funny that tolerance and acceptance were what "some" of those protesters thought they were protesting for…

      • Jose Jackson says:

        Tolerance and acceptance..as long as you agree with me. An old joke I saw on Hee Haw decades ago. Human nature does not change much.

    • lenny schafer says:

      Liberals are cowards, ultimately. The first push back to organized violence will see reassured police making more arrests that lead to charged felonies and prison times. The snowflakes with melt away so fast. . . This will leave the violence to a handful of paid, but disorganized and vulnerable anarchists. They will disappear faster than the Sacco and Vanzattis of yesterday.

  4. Rose Brophy says:

    I am so glad I am not the only one who had trouble figuring out what it was about. I have no doubt soros funded it and I also have no doubt it will continue and as it continues will get worse. "You ain't seen nothin yet" comes to mind. I also have no doubt that a lot of the liberals will find a way to keep it going no matter what else happens. After 20 plus years of "crap" It is going to take awhile to get America back on track.
    I really like your articles, Mr. Ringer. Thank you so much. They make me think. It is also nice to know I am not the only one sitting on this side. Thanks.

    • Robert Ringer RJR says:

      Thanks, and rest assured that you are not the only one sitting on this side. The Radical Left would like you to believe that you are in the minority, but you are not. The Nazis used the same propaganda strategy to make people believe that there were far more Gestapo agents than there really were.

  5. Jurgy says:

    Like you, Robert, I was puzzled as to what the heck they were protesting … I assumed it was mostly their fear of what Trump might do, including everything up to and including taking over the nation as dictator. But none of my politically active friends could really answer my question "What are they protesting?". I think this "movement" will fade quicker than Occupy Wall Street on a cold October day. …

    • Robert Ringer RJR says:

      This phony "movement" may disappear, but the much broader and much more serious movement of the Radical Left, with Marxism at its core, will not.

      • Jim Hallett says:

        Soros wants to promote chaos, and especially so during a Trump presidency. Why he has never been arrested as a traitor (besides being a pure human scumbag, dating back to his family's days of aiding the Nazis during WWII) is beyond me! Since he has unlimited funding, there will be no end to "protests" and likely more violence. Unfortunately, even little girls have been brainwashed by the nonsense, as they were reciting stupid slogans and one even had a vagina cap on her head. Absolutely disgraceful!!

      • Scott theczech says:

        That's right because one of the vote tenants of Marxism is that the ends justify the means.

  6. Mike says:

    Thank you for your thoughtful insight.

  7. Joan Ferrante says:

    I've been asking the same question!!! Tell me the reason!!!

  8. Paul Anthony says:

    Also of interest: A "Women's March" sounds inclusive, but they wouldn't allow women who oppose abortion to join.

    So, shouldn't it be called an Abortion March"?

  9. The RatDog says:

    As with all of Robert's columns, when i let my pack know that Robert has posted a new column, the email subject starts out with "MGFR" – More Greatness From Ringer.

    As a proud and rebellious Texan, I have long argued – at first half jokingly but lately with increasing seriousness – that it was time for a "Greater Texas". This new republic would incorporate most of the oil and gas producing states and the farming heartland of North America. Texas, Louisiana, Arkansas, Oklahoma, Kansas, Nebraska, the Dakotas, New Mexico and Arizona, Utah, Colorado, Wyoming, Montana, Idaho, the three western Canadian provinces plus the Yukon (they like their geopolitical situation about as much as we do in the heartland), and finally Alaska. Not surprisingly, a map of GTx looks a whole lot like "flyover country". We'd have ports on both sides of the continent, oil and gas, livestock, agriculture, mining, and recreation. The Left Coast can go do their liberal thing, as can the Right Coast. As for the Deep South, Midwest, and Rust Belt, well, as the Preacher said in Blazing Saddles, "You're on your own, son."

    When this country was formed, states with different interests worked together for a common good. Now, what remains is a very uncivil conflict. FUSA cannot be saved, as only people capable of reason can be reasoned with. Take your sanctuary cities and p*** off. Time for us to all go do our own thing. Keep Calm and TEXIT.

  10. TheLookOut says:

    Thanks again Robert, great article. With all the women, and human rights issues,
    and abuse in the world, one would think they would be somewhere in the
    Middle East marching & protesting, but that would be logical, using common
    sense, and require critical thinking .. oops ..not qualified.

  11. Claw says:

    Seems to me that the world would be a safer and more pleasant place to live were Team Six issued a "Kill or capture" order on that evil ass Soros.

  12. Ellis Baxter says:

    The truth democrats do not want you to know!
    From the L.A. Times.

    1.  40% of all workers in LA County (10.2 million people) are  working
    for cash; and not paying taxes.
    2.  95% of warrants for murder in Los Angeles are for illegal aliens.
    3.  75% of people on the most wanted list in Los Angeles are illegal aliens.
    4.  Over 2/3 of all births in Los Angeles County are to illegal alien
    Mexicans on Medi-Cal, whose births were paid for by taxpayers.
    5.  Nearly 35% of all inmates in California detention centers are
    Mexican nationals; they are here illegally.
    6.  Over 300,000 illegal aliens in Los Angeles County are living in garages.
    7.  The FBI reports half of all gang members in Los Angeles are most
    likely illegal aliens from south of the border.
    8.   Nearly 60% of all occupants of HUD properties are illegal.
    9.   21 radio stations in LA are Spanish-  speaking.
    10.  In LA County, 5.1 million people speak English; 3.9 million, speak Spanish.
    (There are 10.2 million people, in LA County.

    Less than 2% of illegal aliens are picking our crops, but 29% are on welfare.
    Over 70% of the United States' annual population growth, (and over 90%
    of California, Florida and New York),
    results from immigration.  Also, 29% of inmates in federal prisons are
    illegal aliens.

    The democrat party is a pagan cult who's sacrament is abortion i.e. Infanticide [human child Sacrifice]. Their Ideology is called Red Fascism this is because they are part Utopian but they channel it in a wrapper of spewed Marxist code words, but the action taken is from Mein Kampf. They have approved easy drivers license path that then allows if you have a license you can vote! So in their mind if registered then not fraud….which of course it is. The lies pour out from all of the establishment, The national debt is 45% less than stated because of the Buffer Accounts that are nothing more than a slush fund for Congress. That must be cut out. As to Man Made Climate Change if they really believed that I offered a total solution .. .in leu of the massive give away to failed solar firms I had a plan to plant 400,000,000 trees that would offset the carbon that they claim is the issue with the atmosphere! This would have employed 50,000 people and made the country a better place to live. I know that MMCC is a total hoax and the fact that they are using it to garner cash for their side is just wrong. The issues are simple but it requires honest non self interest for the elected officials … fat chance Trump is the only one working on this full time !!!

  13. Claw says:

    RD,
    As a 5th generation Texan (great grand dad was a Republic Ran

  14. Claw says:

    RD,
    Senior keyboard lockup.
    Great Grandaddy was a Republic Ranger…

    AMEN and TEXIT

  15. Greggsan says:

    Looks like Orwell nailed it long ago:

    "She had not a thought in her head that was not a slogan, and there was no imbecility, absolutely none, that she was not capable of swallowing if the Party handed it out to her."
    — 1984 (Nineteen Eighty-Four) George Orwell

  16. T Burns says:

    Warning Folks, Ole Soros ain't the only one interested in a U.S. at each others throats. AHAB the Araba is also throwing tons of money at these freaks too. Ever wonder why Hillary, M.Albright, and other Hollywood liberal women are always siding with muslims? You know, the same religion that treats women like cattle. Because that is where the money is coming from. CAIR and other muslim states want to take us down, destroy Christianity, shut off our world power, upend our domestic oil industry, and of course remove us as impediment to destroying Israel.

  17. edda says:

    Amen and Bravo to all commenters. To paraphrase a bit from the classic – a best-seller of 75 years ago – The Screwtape Letters of C. S. Lewis – 'My dear Wormwood….I begin to see the chink in her armour…it is an unobtrusive little vice which she shares with nearly all women who have grown up in an intelligent circle united by a clearly defined belief; and it consists in a quite untroubled assumption that the outsiders who do not share this belief are really too stupid and ridiculous." Basket of deplorables, anyone?!

    • Jose Jackson says:

      No shortage of that, run into a few that like to be that way at times. Not much you can do with dirtbags like that, but thank them for playing and wish them well in life.

  18. Exfan says:

    Robert you apparently love to throw darts at make believe targets.

    First off your commemt about Black Lives Matter, "What do we want? Dead cops! When do we want it? Now! You may not agree with their warm and fuzzy mantra, but, by golly, their message is clear: They want dead cops!" is completely distorting the truth.

    The reason BLM exists is because of the numerous killings of unarmed black men by white cops.

    Shooting a man black or otherwise in his back while he is being subdued by other police officers is not neccesary and there is no logical explanation to justify that.

    For you to casually throw a "hand grenade" of atrocious inaccruacy like that either shows your level of ignorance or arrogance!

    You may have seen a BLM protester holding a sign that said what you so irresponsibly referred to as the "mantra" of the BLM movement but to interpret one person's opinion as the pervading message of BLM is lazy and inapproriate.

    Second, as far as I know this is still America… those women protesting did exactly what others do if the situation calls for it and that is they voiced what issues they had on their minds.

    It is a common thing, a world wide phenomenon actually when people are displeased enough either they shut down out of hopelessness or they stand up and voice their displeasure.

    For you Robert and the portion of your subscribers that feel you can't say or do no wrong this may be harder for you to grasp living in Pleasant County, USA.

    The theme of the march was women uniting to express their displeasure with Trump as president and to raise awareness on various issues.

    True some of that was expressed with unbridled rawness but the main thing to take away was that these women displayed solidarity in letting Trump and his cronies know that they are willing to stand up a fight for what is right.

    Of course Robert you and a good number of your subscribers seem to take delight in marginalizing others because you have no faults of your own and you hover over everyone else.

    As a matter of fact Robert, (I'm sure your Sheeple will agree with this) I think you are actually God disguised as Robert Ringer!

    You framed a BLM protester's individual opinion to be the BLM "mantra" and then tied that to the Women's March and labled the whole thing "strange".

    What is strange is that you and everyone who reads this is bound to same natural laws, The Law of Gravity… yet for some reason the implication in this post and so many others is that people who don't think and act like you are beneath you.

    Robert I give you credit actually, I do believe you're smart enough to manufacture this kind of fodder to keep people engaged and talking.

    Heck I'm responding to this crap and I'm sure there are others who would respond too but who aren't willing to play your game.

    With that being said I'm glad I don't read your posts very often because I can't stomach the Reality Show format of these posts. As you know anyone can be a critic bit everyone can't be a star player!

    How about proposing potential solutions for situations that can divide people? Open that up for discussion and do all you can to include people!

    America is great now not because Americans elected Trump; America is great because it is the only place on earth where the contributions of everyone in this country is considered. Ideas have been and will always be the currency that defines a nation.

  19. Jana says:

    I can't figure out why the recent events, causing death to many law enforcement people and injuring so much isn't racketeering. I would love to see this horrible person be held accountable. (Not Mr. Ringer, the subject of the column.)

    • Rocketman says:

      Dead on Jana. I've said exactly the same thing. Russia would love to get their hands on that little POS and if I were Trump I would ask Putin if he would like to have him to play with like a cat does to a mouse and with the same result.

  20. T Burns says:

    I grew up in a large black community and to borrow on one of their favorite expressions; "man, you being played for a chump".

  21. Yeah, it was a crazy protest. What I saw of it I saw through the leftist media and it still looked nutty. There was no way for them to put a good spin on it no matter how hard they tried.

  22. Rocketman says:

    I believe that the entire purpose of the march was about establishing a new "low" to see how utter disgusting that the left can become so as to make the old "low" seem to be more acceptable. If the old norm was simply abortion and having the public pay for it then the new "low" is to have abortion make the public pay for it and then insist that the public accept this as a normal occurrence that is no different that removing say a gall bladder. Keep going lower and lower until nothing has any moral meaning at all.

  23. For what it's worth, I would guess that a lot of the marchers in Washington, D.C., probably bought their airline tickets to attend the coronation of Hillary Clinton months in advance and decided to protest as long as they were already there.

  24. TN Ray says:

    Great article. I'm sure many D voters would agree if they were not misled continuously by the MSM. Does George Soros own the MSM? I heard Soros speak on TV at a Dem Party function once, and it was clear he was incapable of expressing a cogent thought. No wonder his minions have no idea what they are angry about. Yet, he controls so much civil unrest with his huge $$$ contributions to D/liberal causes. The Holy Grail of the D Party seems to be abortion, the required litmus test for D Supreme Court nominees. I guess when you cross the abortion hurdle all other D party atrocities come easy. Ironically they call abortion "choice", but, deny parental consultation or a waiting period, or a "Choose Life" license plate.

  25. JoeyBronx says:

    I saw them up close- never have I seen so many ugly broads in one place. My favorites were the 300-pound plus, Jewish Yentas, who had signs like "Don't treat me like a sex object," and "don't grab my p***y." You'll never have to worry about either, you overfed, disgusting slobs…………

    • anon 2017 says:

      I wondered when the 'jewish' link would pop up ;).

      A Muslim woman is easy to spot as most wear the hijab. How did you know she was a jew?

  26. TOBEINGOPENMINDED says:

    THIS IS DISGUSTING PEOPLE HAVE A RIGHT TO STAND TOGETHER AND FIGHT FOR EQUALITY AND INJUSTICES THAT VERY RELEVANT IN OUR NATION

  27. R.Notman says:

    This is a VERY disturbing trend. I remember the Vietnam protests in the 60's…nothing like this. These are misdirected fools following like lemmings to a cause which they know nothing about. I am particularly disturbed at the number of my women friends in the 60's and 70's who are sympathetic to this movement.. And today, Madeline Halfbright saying she was thinking about becoming a Muslim? What is wrong with these people.
    As Michael Savage has said for years, "Liberalism is a mental disease". These latest protests are simply confirming that theory.
    And Ashley Judd, Madonna….really?
    I'm glad that "The Donald" IS President because he is probably the only person I can think of who has the fortitude to stand up to this crap and call it what it is.

  28. Ryan says:

    Woman who tortured, killed man was featured speaker at Women's March http://www.speroforum.com/a/ISRZGUKJVH49/79887-Wo

  29. Jose Jackson says:

    The pathetic and pitiful followers of the celebrities of Madonna, Ashley Judd and I guess Radio head, Oasis, Cold Play and Bass nectar, if told by these artists to jump and protest, they could draw huge crowds for sure. I guess the thinking is might makes right? In truth just childish mental midgets fooling only themselves and opening them up to more fodder. And a lot of these folks are college educated, childless and most likely on crazy pills. The true illness is narcissism, they try to control others not understanding we all have free will and won't fall for peer pressure and preconceived notions of others based usually on prejudice, ignorance and bigotry. These are not just teens and twenty something folk. 33 seems to be the age of a lot of these types of people age. And have met a few that age that may have money, but no class and a lot of growing up to do.

  30. AlinaAustin says:

    This march had no meaning at the end. The march calling Girl power vs Trump power. Don't know who was the brain master behind this protest. http://www.essayhelpcollege.blogspot.com/

  31. Jose Jackson says:

    Hope this is not a duplicate post. In a toastmaster meeting some one said any speech is all about what do you want your audience to know, feel and do. Had to figure out how do I remember that and made an acronym KFD and Kentucky Fried donuts. Thanks Veterans Village Toastmasters of San Diego! Not sure what the woman's March protest was about, appears to be a niggardly response of our side did not win. Hyper partision to the max.

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