Danish journalist Iben Thranholm told RT feminized males in Europe will not be able to protect women and children from the onslaught of rapacious and violent Muslim migrants.
Feminism, Thranholm argues, has taken a toll not only in Europe but the United States:
Since the 1960s, modern mothers have raised their sons to be women, soaking them in feminine values like accepting responsibility for household chores, being caring, understanding and attentive, and bend to every wish of the woman. This has produced a generation of soft, insecure men, who are out of touch with their masculine nature, identity and strength.
She believes the politically correct ideas pushed by EU apparatchiks and social scientists are making Europeans vulnerable:
Instead of a single-minded focus on imposing liberal feminist values on Muslim males, it might well be much more beneficial for Europeans to consider if the feminist war on masculinity might be the underlying cause of the weakness of European culture—feeble and defenseless as it is—against the culture of immigrants and refugees. The irony is that the vacuum feminism has created means that women become victims of an aggressive male culture.
Thranholm cites feminist writer Camille Paglia who believes a lack of people with military experience in important positions will result in disaster.
“The entire elite class now, in finance, in politics and so on, none of them have military service—hardly anyone, there are a few. But there is no prestige attached to it anymore. That is a recipe for disaster,” Paglia told the Daily Mail in 2013.
“These people don’t think in military ways, so there’s this illusion out there that people are basically nice, people are basically kind, if we’re just nice and benevolent to everyone they’ll be nice too. They literally don’t have any sense of evil or criminality.”
According to Thranholm a scarcity of male oriented virtues are at the heart of Europe’s migrant crisis:
The present clash with Islam, driven as it is by a dominant male culture, reveals the lamentable shortcomings of post-modern feminist culture, which does not possess the strength to defend itself against a male-dominated culture. The gross violations against women on New Year’s Eve in Cologne provide a chilling reminder of the contrast; male aggression has gained a foothold and feminine values are helpless and unable to resist.
She concludes by comparing Europe to a woman who allows herself to be violated by an abusive male. “Like many battered women, she tries to cover her man’s violations, makes excuses for him, and returns to him time after time.”