This documentary about Female Genital Mutilation in Egypt is presented by one of the most deranged groups of Zionist puppets among the mainstream media tools – The British Broadcasting Corporation. As such, the rhetoric and bias are self evident.
The introduction to the video is done by the chief of all tools. He has no idea what Egypt is like but he says his compliant li(n)es anyway. Not knowing that Egypt is the torture capital of the world is one thing, but saying that Egyptians risked their lives to get rid of a tyrant only shows how deranged BBC hosts are. What a fucking tool.
What’s not surprising is that the host is surprised by the high rate of female genital mutilation in Egypt. As he correctly says – at 90%, Egypt has the highest rate of FGM in the world and it’s only gonna get worse now that the Muslim Brotherhood was put into power after that set up called the Arab Spring.
Toward the end of the documentary, Stephen O’Brian, British International Development Minister says that Female Genital Mutilation is a critical issue which deserves international attention but leaves the need for international attention limited to Female Genital Mutilation. How is it that men are so discriminated against in this regard? How is genital mutilation not treated equally and only female genital mutilation is seen as something evil, but not male one?
BTW, have you noticed how females who had their genitals mutilated sound the same as males who had theirs butchered? It’s as though they felt the need to justify their mutilation by also condemning their children to the same fate and look for excuses to make themselves feel good about it – acting as if having mutilated genitalia was an enhancement.
What’s hands down the most appalling is that it’s not “genital mutilation” that’s perceived as evil, but only “female genital mutilation”. Feminism, aka movement by single mothers used to masquerade what major failure in life they’ve become sure fucked the world up. Nothing is bad unless it affects women and even then, only the part that affects women is bad.