Violent Feminists Attack Argentinian Cathedral

Argentine_cathedralIf you missed the workshops, discussions, and spontaneous guitar circles of last month’s National Women’s Encounter in Argentina, you missed out on some real pro-abortion positivity and women’s empowerment. Among the issues tackled at this feminist Mecca last year were the legalization of abortion and problems of gender violence; this year, however, the participants apparently decided to focus on waging some gender violence of their own.

A glowing writeup in The Argentina Independent explains that the annual Encounter brings together thousands of feminists from Argentina and elsewhere in South America (the Independent estimates 25,000 in attendance in 2012). The event is “based on a premise of democracy and horizontal organization, [whose] aim is to provide a pluralist space to debate issues specific to women and the feminist movement.” These issues include human trafficking, domestic violence, and – unsurprisingly, somehow – “the defense of the rights of the earth.” It’s unclear how the latter qualifies as a woman’s issue, but the earth’s rights are apparently more valued than those of the human unborn, who probably don’t even get mentioned, much less defended, in all the Encounter’s “pluralist” debates.

Just to clarify: “horizontal organization” is essentially a euphemism for “mob,” which explains why these radicals are so fond of the concept (and of euphemisms). It deemphasizes such qualities as leadership and personal responsibility while empowering anarchic criminals like the Occupy Wall Street movement to run rampant. And besides, “vertical organizations” are so patriarchal and obsolete, like men themselves.

Each year the Encounter takes place in a different city; this November the city of San Juan was the unlucky winner. Knowing that this event tends to end in vandalism and graffiti, and having received threats of such against the Cathedral of San Juan Bautista, as many as 1500 rosary-praying Catholic men formed a human shield to peacefully protect it (700 more people of both sexes were inside, praying with their bishop). The men found themselves beset by a raging, Christian-hating, “horizontal organization” from the National Women’s Encounter that reportedly numbered about 7000.

If you want to see the true face of hateful bigotry, you would be hard-pressed to find a better current example than this disturbing video footage of radical feminists savagely attacking and even sexually molesting the cathedral’s peaceful guardians. The women, many of them topless, descended like a pack of rabid animals (and if you think that is an offensive comparison, check out the video and judge for yourself whether these women deserve more respect). They spray-painted the men’s crotches and eyes, painting swastikas on their chests and foreheads and Hitler moustaches on their faces. They performed obscene sexual acts in front of them and pushed their breasts into the men’s faces, all the while shouting “get your rosaries out of our ovaries,” a catchy slogan for which the subtext is “We demand the right to murder our own children.” Reports from young Catholics present at the cathedral gave the impression that it was a “satanic attack” with “demonic figures.”

According to the InfoCatolica website, some of the women chanted a song with the lyrics: “To the Roman Catholic Apostolic Church, who wants to get between our sheets, we say that we want to be whores, travesties [is this a mistranslation? “Transexuals,” perhaps?] and lesbians. Legal abortion in every hospital.” How charming. Feminists have gone from striving for equal dignity in the workplace and at the voting booth to rejecting dignity altogether and embracing their own degradation.

During the attack some men were driven to tears. Amazingly, none of them retaliated against these vile abuses. The police who were present reportedly told the media that they were unable to intervene because “they are women.” That’s debatable.

After unsuccessfully trying to get into the building, the women burned a life-sized effigy of Pope Francis. “If the pope were a woman, abortion would be legal,” they shouted. The parish priest Fr. Rómulo Campora said that “the burning of the image of Pope Francis is an offense, not just to the Church but to every Argentinean because the pope is Argentinean.”

Praising the men who defended the church, Campora said: “San Juan loves its God, loves its faith, loves its family.” He lamented the damage done to the cathedral and concluded that “if they don’t respect life, we can’t expect them to respect the buildings.” While the site of the protest was the front of the cathedral, InfoBae reports that “the whole city awoke to graffiti in favor of abortion.”

According to the pro-life site, the cathedrals of Bariloche, Paraná and Posadas have also been attacked by these radicals in past protests. “These encounters of women represent today’s civilization that seeks to impose its own rules,” reads the site. “On one side, they try to impose political agenda that international organizations dictate: population control, abortion, contraception, homosexualism [sic]. On the other side, they become barbaric in the most literal sense.” Just as the video demonstrates.

This insanity isn’t limited to hot-blooded South Americans. Remember that in our very own Texas last year, during the debate over a law banning abortion after 20 weeks, pro-abortion protestors chanted “Hail Satan!” while police confiscated jars of urine and feces that the feminists had intended to hurl at pro-life supporters. And yet it is the Tea Partiers – who don’t even litter, much less commit crimes, and who seek to protect the lives of the unborn – who are considered dangerous and intolerant.

Here is a topic suggestion for next year’s National Women’s Encounter: perhaps someone in their horizontal organization could explain how they reconcile their feminist solidarity with the gender violence they commit against the female half of the future population they are so casual about aborting.

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  • UCSPanther

    Funny how back in the 1990s, we were constantly hearing of (rare) vicious attacks on abortion doctors, where names like Paul Hill (executed) and James Kopp were being kept front and center 24/7, and “shocking and offensive” displays by pro-lifers, but yet, the MSM ignored the violence and disgusting antics employed by rabid pro-choice rioters.

    All this video shows is what both the manosphere and pro-lifers have known for years: That pro-choice feminists are some of the most nasty, disgusting, vile and hate-filled people out there, and they need to be put in their places.

    • Groucho Marxist

      I’m not a radical feminist but isn’t putting people in their places the very thing that has lead up to this kind of reaction?

      • motherofbeaver

        There is only one place for these dysfunctional, maladjusted self-hating misfits and it’s where all lunatics belong, in a padded cell. Feminism which supposedly started out demanding equal pay, etc. etc. has morphed into a nihilistic movement whose end seems to be society’s descent into chaos. It’s become a war between the sexes and I mean the two original sexes and if that’s not insane then I don’t know what is.

      • Mo86

        Tell me why you are defending the physical and sexual abuse of these men?

        • Idl

          He’s not. Read the second paragraph. He’s essentially stating that the men would have been justified in hitting their attackers. Being spraying in the eyes with paint is assault. I agree.

          • Mo86

            I apologize if I misunderstood.

      • Eva

        Madam, if you think that we are going to stand by idly and watch physical violence perpetuated by frustrated, hateful and downright ugly bats from hell, you have another thing coming.

      • A Z

        Some of these men have had their clothes spray painted. they can be made whole. The perpetrator can be fined and made to pay replacement cost.

        Some of the men were sprayed in the face (in the eyes). To me I would nullify potential jury verdict if these men then resorted to physical violence to that particular attacker.

    • Tina Trent

      Back then, Operation Rescue did act agressively, and the pro-choice groups largely did not ( the Catholics always adhered to rules of peaceful protest, usually not near clinics).

      What we are witnessing now is the evolution, and I don’t use this term positively, of ideology. The religious are practicing their faith; the feminists have travelled a path to the logical end of the revolutionary belief system they chose. It involves demanding totemic public acknowledgement of their sexual organs — except the reproductive part. It is a profoundly dehumanizing and anti-intellectual posture.

      Many of the killers of abortion doctors were not part of the pro-life movement. Like most assassains, they (and sometimes the small groups they moved with) were outsiders, and pro-life activists worked with the police, as did left-wing activists at other times, to identify and stop extremists who were using the abortion issue to do what they would have done anyway: kill to gain notoriety or other satisfactions. The media, of course ignored this nuance.

      Murderers lie, often about politics. Eric Rudolph, for example, was not known to local pro-life groups, yet they were smeared by association with him. And his politics seemed to be a means to other private derrangements.

      • A Z

        “pro-life activists worked with the police”

        Do you have any instances of this to post?

        “Back then, Operation Rescue did act aggressively, and the pro-choice groups largely did not ( the Catholics always adhered to rules of peaceful protest”

        When I was reading Time, Newsweek, the newspapers and watching the networks. I did not know the peaceful MO of the Catholic groups. I paid insufficient attention. “Under the it bleeds it leads” MO the media did not report the Catholics as much it seems.

      • LindaRivera

        You state: “Back then, Operation Rescue did act agressively, and the pro-choice
        groups largely did not ( the Catholics always adhered to rules of
        peaceful protest, usually not near clinics).” End of quote.

        To set the record straight, PEACEFUL Operation Rescue, back then, was made up of both Catholics and Protestants. Made up mostly of both whites and hispanics. Operation Rescue did NOT act aggressively! The pro-aborts – pro-choice groups were extremely aggressive!

        Operation Rescue was made up of people who did sidewalk counseling outside abortion clinics, offering women who went into abortion clinics, HELP. The sidewalk counselors who did not participate in ‘Rescues’, FULLY SUPPORTED Operation Rescue and ‘Rescues’.

        Many unmarried, pregnant women endure intense pressure from friends, boyfriends and parents to have an abortion. They are in desperate need of support and help.

        When pro-life sidewalk counselors spoke to the women going into abortion clinics to offer help, the pro-abortion people would scream and make a lot of noise seeking to drown out the voices of pro-life sidewalk counselors.


        There was an alliance of radical feminists and the homosexual males of ‘Act Up. Act Up along with the feminists came out to the abortion clinics and Operation ‘Rescues.’

        • AugustineThomas

          I remember news articles since I was a boy of peaceful pro-life protesters/sidewalk counselors being assaulted by violent pro-abortion people.
          There have been violent pro-life advocates of course.. But they kill abortionists and save dozens of innocent babies the next day.. Secularists who get deranged murder movie audiences or even third grade classes.
          If you truly think abortion is the Holocaust of the Unborn, then isn’t it those of us who don’t attack abortionists who are the evil ones? What would we think of Germans who sidewalk counseled Nazi guards in front of concentration camps as the Jews marched through the gates and into the gas chambers?

          • LindaRivera

            For your information, the lives of many unborn children were saved by sidewalk counselors outside abortion clinics.

    • truthsoldier87

      Haha! Rare?! Well gee, I wonder why it was at the center of the media, hmm well maybe it was because those Christian Extremists MURDERED people! Pro-lifers murdering people… It’s irony on a base level, but I like it.

      • UCSPanther

        Way to go, responding to a comment that is three months old.

  • Groucho Marxist

    “During the attack some men were driven to tears” Is this what it has come to?

  • ghanburighan

    For ‘travesties’ the correct translation should be ‘transvestites’.

  • 1498

    I find it very strange, that there has been almost no mainstream media reporting of this story.
    One can only imagine the media uproar & condemnation, worldwide, – had the roles been reversed – & it were ‘Pro Life’ people or Christians, who were behaving in this way.
    Despite the liberal media refusal to cover this story, It is one that the world, urgently needs to hear & see.

    • O’Paque

      The liberal idiot pope Francis hasn’t said a word, either.

      • Loupdegarre

        I’m Catholic and that bothers me too. The Church has lost it’s intestinal fortitude. I’m looking for a Pope that would’ve ditched the Escort, hopped a Gulf Stream to San Juan and stood front and center with those men leading the prayers in the face of the howling gorgons.

        • O’Paque

          You probably have seen the “Tango Mass’ organized by Cardinal Bergoglio, before he became pope Francis. He’s sitting to the right, off frame, behind the altar. That shows where his head is at.

          • Drakken

            Well then you probably haven’t heard about the polka mass where I come from. Anything to get them into the pews on Sunday.

          • O’Paque

            The tango originated in the bordellos of Buenos Aires, so that’s quite different. Francis has also bragged that he spent a lot of time doing tango in his early days. It also turns out there is such a thing as “queer tango”:

      • FrontPgSubscr

        The liberal idiot pope Francis is a member of the jesuit order
        -the first such pope to be elected. The jesuit order was begun
        around 1547 (or so) AD for the purpose of combatting (revers-
        ing) the Reformation (which was in the process (via hearts and
        minds) of putting the monolithic Roman Catholic institution
        ‘out of business’ (the mass, doctrine of purgatory, sale of
        indulgences …)). The order’s founder was a former Spanish
        soldier, Ignatius de Loyola. The jesuits have been a subversive
        element in all countries into which they’ve introduced them-
        selves. Over history, they’ve been kicked out of a number of
        these countries (many Catholic), sometimes more than once,
        for their ultimately divisive and duplicitous activities.

        • O’Paque

          If you mistook me for being anti-Catholic, I’m not. This liberal idiot pope is in effect anti-Catholic in that he is intent on instilling liberalism (e.g.: everybody goes to heaven, even atheists) if they’re nice).

          The modern Jesuits booed Bishop Paprocki of Illinois at their conference because he performed an exorcism against gayness.

          • FrontPgSubscr

            This is PRECISELY what the jesuits, with their long
            dark history, do!! They are (even) anti-Catholic (along
            with anti-received text Bible -especially). It was the
            publication of the Bible on a large scale (for the
            people), via the printing press, which spurred the
            Reformation! Jon Huss, William Tyndale, and John
            Wycliff were ALL, at one time, Roman Catholic
            priests! … They, in large part, were responsible for
            the ‘ground work’ behind the coming Reformation!
            This make any sense? Martin Luther was a Catholic

          • O’Paque

            Interesting. Like Drinan. What’s your overall opinion on Malachi Martin? I’d read FC and HTTD years ago, nothing recent, a la windswept.

          • O’Paque

            I should add that I think that intellectualism (like Jesuits) is the opposite of piety. I’m sorry if I had misinterpreted your previous comment. Dominus tecum

          • FrontPgSubscr

            Malachi Martin was a jesuit and left the order. He became a (more or less) prolific
            writer -having a number of books published. It’s most probable, and you might
            agree, that these books were written for his own profit, and the ‘powers that be’
            (so to speak) allowed him to do that.

            Currently, the jesuits have a reputation for being very active in the teaching fields. They have also been known for their use of sophistry and casuistry, and use of
            prevarication (bringing in other information that would distract from the pursuit
            of information in matters being discussed or under consideration; i.e., laying
            ‘clever smokescreens’).

  • Consider

    I am deeply moved by the plight of the ‘unborn’.
    Every time that walk past a pretty lady, an unborn comes about.

    • Mo86

      Incoherent nonsense. Your comment will be reported.

      • consider


      • Idl

        He’s a prima facie idiot. Ignore him. Don’t feed the trolls.

  • Mo86

    “Reports from young Catholics present at the cathedral gave the impression that it was a “satanic attack” with “demonic figures.” ”

    That’s a perfect description.

    And yes, you do need to see the video to understand why such a strong term is used. It’s not exaggeration. I was only able to stomach a minute or so of hearing these disgraceful creatures shrieking and watching them spit on these men, physically/sexually assault them, and do the other obscene things they were doing to them. It was like nothing I have ever seen before.

    I am not Catholic but I salute these decent and courageous men. It brings tears to my eyes even now, thinking of their sad but determined faces, enduring such abuse without retaliating. These are true men.

    Honestly, I do not think I could have done so with such grace.

    • O’Paque

      Yes, spitting in their faces was the worst part. At one point, a guy in the second row puts his hands forward to protect the face of the guy in the first row that the harpies were especially spitting on.

      The police did nothing, of course – but would have if any of the men defended themselves in any fashion.

      • Mo86

        In the video I saw, at the beginning, there was one guy who looked like he had blood on his shirt and face. I don’t know if he was struck in the face or what, but it was horrifying.

        What animals. They don’t even deserve to be called women, since that assumes a level of inherent dignity. They seem to have lost even that. They’re female by biology. That’s all.

        As to the cops who did nothing, SHAME ON THEM! How can they see such a thing going on and not act? How is that not dereliction of duty? Cowards!

        • O’Paque

          Yep, and very similarly when the voters of CA passed their no-gay-marriage referendum years ago, the gays in San Francisco smashed city hall windows while the police looked on and did nothing. Reverse-bigotry rules everything in the US, and also apparently in Argentina.

          • Mo86

            Oh, I missed that incident. I remember some churches were vandalized/desecrated over the same-sex “marriage” issue as well.

            And yep, barely anything from the media. You have go dig for these stories. Maddening.

  • Eva

    What a nasty bunch of ugly – inside and out – sorry excuses for women.

    • A Z

      Madison Aavenue marketers use zex to sell product all the time. Men tend to go go that type of thing.

      Yet with all the bare breasts, there is only feelings of rage and disgust.

      These women have a different set of morals. They want to convince people and/or change the world. This is not the way to do it. There is no reasoned debate on the public square here . They are clearing aggressing. This is clearly war, a culture war.

  • Wolfthatknowsall

    At Argentina’s taxpayer expense, these “women” should get a tubal ligation. Then, they won’t have to worry their lifestyle causing impregnation, right? Does Argentina really want their genes to get into the pool …

    • A Z

      Until someone shows which gene(s) is bad, I will assume it is bad memes, Leftist memes.

      A tubal ligation will still allow them chances to try to influence young people.

      • Wolfthatknowsall

        This is true. But every tubal ligation or hysterectomy saves lives … the unborn.

  • A Z

    These women are dogs. Spray painting the churches is a means of marking their territory.

    There are ways of protesting and this is not it.

    • A Z

      1st they desecrate the church

      2nd they take it over (It is their territory; they marked it)

      3rd they introduce new curriculum and use the church to spread it.

  • Drakken

    If you femanazis want to impress me, go do that at a mosque. Then we shall see how brave and edgy you are then. I’ll go get a chair and a glass or bourbon and watch what happens next.

    • Notalibfool

      If that were to happen would we see some of that fabled Islamic tolerance?

      • Amela

        Fabled, yes! However, nothing wrong with defending yourself, your family, your freedom, your country, etc when attacked.

        • truthsoldier87

          But there’s everything wrong with assuming every single brown person is a suspect. America makes me sick.

    • Amela

      Implying something?

  • Clare Spark “Father, dear father, come home with me now.” A favorite in the temperance movement. Fathers need specific skill sets to solve social problems. What about teachers unions, and their effects on education reform or school choice?

  • Mach1Duck

    Women have forgotten what it means to be a woman.

    • hktony

      perhaps these women never knew what it is be be a woman. they are like rabid dogs. as kurtz says ‘ the horror’

      • hktony

        sorry correction ‘is to be a woman’

  • Infidel4Ever

    The video justifies the term “satanic.” The hatred in their faces and actions is all there to see. The men who defended the cathedral are saints. God bless them.

  • LindaRivera

    ‘1500 Catholic men formed a human shield to peacefully protect it (the Cathedral) The men found themselves beset by a raging, Christian-hating, “Encounter that reportedly numbered about 7000.’

    Argentinian MEN, you are BEAUTIFUL! Thank you so much for your wonderful stand for God and Christianity!

    I am deeply shocked that the police REFUSED to intervene and stop the 7,000 demonic monster women from their filthy, depraved attacks on the men who refused to raise a hand against the wicked, violent women. Because they are men and their perverted attackers are women the police refuse to do their duty and protect men?
    ‘The police who were present reportedly told the media that they were unable to intervene because “they are women.”’ The entire nation should be protesting.

  • Fifty Ville

    Maybe this is how they go caroling in Argentina.

    “Carol, get up here and kick that oppressor’s nuts to the moon.”

  • Phil Slipper

    Feminism sinks to new depths in this vicious and bizarre video. I don’t understand why the men have to stand there and let this low class criminal trash spit at them and spray paint them in the EYES. I can only understand it as a mangled take on the Christian message. Not only does the fabric of the church need to be defended. The men also need to defend themselves, their own bodies.

    Don’t this happen again lads. Defend and retaliate.

    • Consider

      Defend and retaliate….and impose the KKK rule!

      Kirche, Kinder, Küche…

    • truthsoldier87

      Fuck off Phil and your self-righteous nonsense. No one cares about your God or faith, all we care about is to stop men from waging war on womens bodies. Aww, poor men, boo-hoo. Of all the trauma they go through. I don’t get you Christians of pure Jesus love. Black men standup, the KKK is invented. Women standup, Bill O’Reilly is invented. Is no one allowed to fight back? Oh except when it’s against Christian white men, that’s wrong.

  • AugustineThomas

    St. Michael the Archangel,
    defend us in battle.
    Be our defense against the wickedness and snares of the Devil.
    May God rebuke him, we humbly pray,
    and do thou,
    O Prince of the heavenly hosts,
    by the power of God,
    thrust into hell Satan,
    and all the evil spirits,
    who prowl about the world
    seeking the ruin of souls.

  • poetcomic1

    Gender is the ‘load-bearing wall’ of the human personality.

  • veritaseequitas

    These are not women. They disgrace the very gender. You are right, these are demon possessed boo hags who are going to writhe in hell when Satan finally takes them home.

  • Michael

    Don’t worry everyone, these antics are hurting the rad fem movement
    These radical feminist tell of their exploits and show these videos to more moderate feminists (who actually know pro choice means you can have an abortion, but that it’s a big thing and never to be done casually and not something to be proud of) and you know what? For every one feminist who cheers for that, a dozen are revolted at such disgusting actions and swear off such behavior.

    Don’t worry everyone, the radical feminism flame sparked in the 60s but in the. 90s it burned brighter than the sun, but as the saying goes, the flame that burns twice as bright lasts half as long, and radical feminism’s flame is shrinking fast

  • truthsoldier87

    Christians will never make up for the Dark Ages. Sorry.

  • Steve

    Many of the upper echelons of the UK police are known to be freemasons and freemasons have little sympathy for Christians. BTW if you think my point is some crazy conspiracy Home Secretary Jack Straw wanted police who were members to report it but was met with much resistance and there have been reports by police organizations documenting attempts to corrupt police by criminal elements via freemasonry. Google operation Tiberius