Women’s March Promotes 2020 Rallies with Spanish-Language Song Titled “A Rapist in Your Path”

Pomidor Quixote
Daily Stormer
January 19, 2020

Men who still take women seriously after watching the above video need to be thrown into an intensive rehabilitation program.

It’s amazing what the brainwashing media apparatus is capable of.


The anti-Trump inspired Women’s March is taking place on Saturday in Washington, DC, with “patriarchy” and “rape” as themes, according to the event’s website.

“Three years of marching, training, organizing, and building power – it’s all been leading up to this. In 2020, we have the chance to strengthen the movement we started three years, and to unite together in the face of continued attacks on our bodies, our rights, our immigrant communities, and our planet,” the website states. “This year, we aren’t just marching. We’re putting our bodies on the line hand in hand with other mass movements.”

Yeah, if there are two things women indisputably love, they definitely are thinking about rape and putting their bodies on the line.

They do it all of the time.

In fact, they’ll use literally any excuse to put their bodies on the line.

Coincidentally, most of the times that they put their bodies on the line, they do so while also thinking and talking about rape.

It’s almost as if they were literally asking for it.

A link on the website connects to a video in Spanish of women dancing to the song entitled “A Rapist in Your Path,” and instructions on how to learn both.

Lyrics to the song in English are:

Patri-archy is our judge
That imprisons us at birth
And our punishment
Is the violence you DON’T see.
Patri-archy is our judge
That imprisons us at birth
And our punishment
Is the violence you CAN see.
It’s femicide.
Impunity for my killer.
It’s our disappearances.
It’s rape!
And it’s not my fault, not where I was, not how I dressed.
And the rapist WAS you
And the rapist IS you
It’s the cops,
It’s the judges,
It’s the system,
It’s the president.
This oppressive state is a macho rapist.

It’s a pretty well-known fact by now that women spend most of their mental energy thinking about all of the different ways in which they can be raped by men, by the state, by inanimate objects, by law enforcement officers, and by the system itself.

It’s also known that women will take any chance to escape responsibility, so it was pretty predictable that the lyrics of their rape hymn would talk about how it’s not their fault that they get raped after literally asking to get raped by dressing inappropriately and putting themselves in dangerous situations likely to result in rape.

Pictured: what women hope to achieve by going out at night and getting drunk.

The reality is that the less common rape is, the more women accuse everyone and everything of raping them.

Women feel a subconscious need to get viciously raped, and in the absence of actual rape, they make up rape fan-fiction about how everything is raping them.