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[Anissa Naouai:] Source: LYBIO.net
Men in Minnies, this was the reaction by some Dutch protesters to recent mass sexual attacks in Germany, taking a stand in skirts.

THESE MEN ARE MARCHING IN MINI-SKIRTS

Sesueel mistruik is green vrouwenprobleem

AMID A JANUARY CHILL

TO TAKE A STAND AGAINST RECENT SEXUAL ATTACKS

“SEXUAL ABUSE IS NOT A WOMEN PROBLEM”

But will it solve the problem? Joining me IN THE NOW is Iben Thranholm, a journalist, who is an editor and radio host at the Danish Broadcasting Company. She is with us from Copenhagen. Iben, I get the message about women, they are not the problem. What message will this sent to the men who attacked?

[Iben Thranholm:]
Well, when we see this video is is exactly the core problem men in Europe who are – many men are acting like women and those men from those foreign countries, asylum seekers, they don’t respect women. So when men act like women, I mean we do have a problem because we have no masculine power in our society to fight back this male aggressive culture. And this is a deep problem because…

[Anissa Naouai:]
But this, I mean this clip that we’ve shown to be clear was in Holland, it was a small relatively small protest. This isn’t necessarily represent all of European men?

[Iben Thranholm:] Source: LYBIO.net
Well. I think if you look at our politicians, they are very soft. They are like mothers. I mean they are embracing, they are inclusive. They talk about how we should embrace refugees. Of course, we should help people they are in need. But I mean they can’t deal with the rapings. They can’t deal with terrorism. So I mean European politicians looks very weak and that’s because our culture has become feminized. This militant feminism that has been going on for decades. Now we see the consequences that many men here are brought up to be women and think like women and be soft minded. But our – but our — our – our

[Anissa Naouai:]
But that is what Europe is about. That is part of European quality. Is that the European Union promotes, it talks about promoting at least all the time and these refugees are coming to Europe. Shouldn’t they adapt to that?

[Iben Thranholm:] Source: LYBIO.net
Well, I think that was not what Europe used to be. I mean normally we have had like male hero virtues. And you know, a culture needs to be balanced. Its fine that we have women’s rights and I really defend them. But I think a culture to be balanced and to work out well, you need to have both the masculine part and the feminine part. And now the masculine part is lost and we see the consequences. We see how the post-modern values are just a construction and its very fragile fundament. And now we see that we don’t have any male they can stand up, who can fight, who can fight back those male aggressions that we’re facing. So the vacuum that feminism has created means that women are becoming victims of those male aggressions.

[Anissa Naouai:]
One could argue though that fighting or standing up or being strong isn’t exactly going to solve problems. A lot would argue that strong male like you say leaders might be more client to start wars to fight to build conflict.

[Iben Thranholm:]
Yeah. I see I get your point, but the problem is that we see those physically attacks; violence that is coming into our society. So I mean like back in time in history, you have to fight back. I mean it’s just reality and maybe this secular humanism is just an illusion, because it doesn’t work. I mean we see the women are threatened in many centers for people that come as refugees. We have violence against Christians, rapings, I mean and our politicians don’t know how to deal with it. You see that the terrorist has the upper hand. I mean our leaders cannot protect our culture, because they don’t know how to be masculine. They don’t know how to fight back, because they don’t dare to and I think it’s a huge problem. So we need a sort of a male revolution. And it just as an important as the struggle for women’s rights back in the 60’s, we need …

[Anissa Naouai:]
What is that exactly mean a male revolution. We need to fight you think for male rights in Europe.

[Iben Thranholm:]
You know, it’s very simple, it means that men needs to take responsibility to go back to the old male virtues to defend the women, the children and the culture. Because now I mean this post-modern project is dead. It doesn’t work. And if we continue to be like soft and we have this idea that, there is no evil, everybody is nice. If they just get a car and a job and they get well integrated, everything is fine, is not going to work.

[Anissa Naouai:]
Isn’t that going…

[Iben Thranholm:]
So if we don’t stand up for our values our culture,

[Anissa Naouai:]
Isn’t that going back with all we fought as a women, as women, isn’t that going back to say that only man can protect and run Europe. I mean a lot of people would argue that Angela Merkel is a much stronger leader in the sense than François Hollande.

[Iben Thranholm:]
Well, look at reality, the reality that she has no control. I mean that – that aggressive males are raping German women in the streets. And where were the man, there were no German man to protect in that night. I mean I really wonder where were the men to protect those women. So you know, it’s good to have the strong women and female values. But it is unbalanced and you have no masculine force in the society. It’s going to breakdown.

[Anissa Naouai:]
Look at the mass rape shouldn’t be happening in the first place.

[Iben Thranholm:]
I’m sorry. I couldn’t hear…

[Anissa Naouai:]
The mass rape, the mass rape, the violence shouldn’t be happening in the first place. These are guests essentially who Europe has welcomed.

[Iben Thranholm:]
I’m not so sure, because those people from those countries, they have a different culture, they have a different religion. And they only respect strong men. They don’t respect women. And we need to look at reality. This is the reality they don’t respect women. They look at women as weak. And when the politicians are trying to be inclusive and all embracing for them is just weakness. And we have to deal with that; its weakness. So if we want to go on like this, I mean it, you know, could be a catastrophe for our culture. Because I mean maybe we cannot win this fight and we’re going to be taking over of somebody else and another culture.

[Anissa Naouai:]
All right. You’ve written recently, I want to point this out, to these individuals, I assume you mean refugees and migrants in Europe, strong European women are easy and easy victims, they have respect only for strong men and strong men aren’t exactly thick on the ground in Europe. You’ve made this point, but isn’t this a little bit of victim blaming here.

[Iben Thranholm:]
No. I think just looking at reality. I mean we see that, that we need somebody to protect those women, because obviously, they cannot protect themselves. I mean they were victimized, because they were victims of this type of crime…

[Anissa Naouai:] Should they have to protect themselves against mass rape on the streets of their country of their home.

[Iben Thranholm:]
You know, I would love to see women be able to protect themselves. But I mean but the reality at least this for this crime or this event, it did not happen. And now, I know from people living in Germany that many women are scared to go out in the street at night and we don’t want to society like that. So men need to muster up and go back to the old virtues to protect people. And I don’t think that women are you know, being weaker, because of men are protecting them. I think it’s just the balance we need in our society. And it’s a huge problem on many levels that men has been brought up by women that wants them to become women and many men today in the European society they are very insecure about their own masculinity. And it means that society is going to be unbalanced, because there is a certain order in this world. And it’s based on the kind of complementarity between masculine and feminine. And if one part is lost, I mean there will be consequences like before when the women was suppressed that was not a good thing either. So you need to keep the balance. And so we have to go back to you know, trying to build up again a manly culture.

[Anissa Naouai:] Source: L Y B I O . N E T
All right, balance I can agree on Iben Thranholm, a journalist. She was an editor and radio host at the Danish Broadcasting Company in Copenhagen. Thanks so much for being IN THE NOW.

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