March 28, 2017, - 2:58 pm

Beyonce’s Sis Declares Solidarity With “Muslim Sisters” in Feminism, Cop-Hate

By Debbie Schlussel


It used to be that feminist nutjobs were silent on Islam’s and Muslims’ shabby treatment of women. Then, for the last few months, we’ve been treated to the comedic claim that Islam is somehow feminist, with hijab-encrusted cretins like Linda Sarsour (whose surname literally means “cockroach” in Arabic) leading “women’s marches” against Donald Trump and the rest of America. Now, Beyonce’s lesser sister is joining in with this silly fantasy that Islam is part of the women’s rights movement.

Several Superbowls ago, there was a great Snickers commercial, which featured a guy who sold talking dolls on the street. One talking doll proclaimed, “Your sister’s pretty.” That talking doll would’ve been a great accoutrement for Solange Knowles, the less attractive, less talented sister of Beyonce (to the extent you could call the “musical” rantings, race propaganda, and stomping of Beyonce, “talent”). Solange would be a nothing if it weren’t for the outsized, excessive fame of her sister. To that extent, she’s a major hanger-on and coattail rider. And anything she said should remain where it ought to be: the domain of ants pissing on the sidewalk–nobody notices or cares. She is most famous for beating up her brother-in-law, former drug kingpin and stabbing artist Jay Z a/k/a Shawn Carter, in an elevator video.

Unfortunately, from time to time, we’re told with absurd urgency that we must listen to the psycho-babble gobbledygook of Solange. And so it goes with her latest “pearls” of sh-tdom, laced with pro-Muslim “intersectional feminist” proclamations and anti-cop BS:

I am a proud black feminist and womanist and I’m extremely proud of the work that’s being done. I’m a feminist who wants not only to hear the term intersectionality, but actually feel it, and see the evolution of what intersectional feminism can actually achieve. I want women’s rights to be equally honored, and uplifted, and heard…but I want to see us fighting the fight for all women — women of color, our LGBTQ sisters, our Muslim sisters. I want to see millions of us marching out there for our rights, and I want to see us out there marching for the rights of women like Dajerria Becton, who was body slammed by a cop while she was in her swimsuit for simply existing as a young, vocal, black girl. I think we are inching closer and closer there, and for that, I am very proud.

Blah, blah blah.

I guess this moron-ette, Solange, is ignorant of the fact that her Muslim “sisters'” ancestors sold her people into slavery and that they still enslave Blacks today throughout the Middle East. Also, that they routinely refer to Blacks with the Arabic N-word, “abed” (slave) or “abeed” (slaves).

Go march with your Muslim “sisters” and have fun when they eventually separate you from your head, sistah.

Being a useful idiot isn’t special. In fact, it’s quite common, Beyonce’s sister or not.


By the way, one other thing to note about Solange and her more famous sister, Beyonce: these two are from the same crowd that always whines about “cultural appropriation” (and Beyonce famously pimped her Black Panther/Black Power crap at the Superbowl with her “Formation” song and dance). Yet, they try oh so hard to look White, whether it’s with skin-lightening, hair-straightening and straight wigs, and plastic surgery (which they’ve both obviously had, including rhinoplasty–their features are significantly different from those of their parents).

Yup, they’re hypocrites and frauds.

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intersectionality —

The word is a clue. Political correctness has been developing its own pseudo-academic jargon for some time now, and Beyonce’s sister has obviously picked it up from somewhere or someone.

Intersectionality — the tying together of struggles from different sections, domains of struggle, domains of the world. I suspect that the struggle of Muslim women that she is referring to is their struggle against the ‘Zionist entity’. That is usually what ‘intersectionality’ refers to in the women’s movement these days.

Little Al on March 28, 2017 at 3:44 pm

    Little Al, your conclusions here and those below on Knowles regarding her sources for this so-called intersectional feminism jargon are virtually certain to be correct. Most likely, she picked up the phrase from the likes of Angela Davis or the National LGBTQ Task Force, rather than from leftist academia where this phrase originated. See, for example, Ziva Dahl’s article here:

    Ralph Adamo on March 30, 2017 at 8:57 pm

Is this the commercial?

E: That’s the one! Thanks. DS

Ebayer on March 28, 2017 at 4:16 pm

    You’re welcome Deb!

    Ebayer on March 28, 2017 at 9:03 pm

Once again Ms. Schlussel, you nailed it right out of the ball-park with this article, and also, “black feminism” are pretty oxymoronic (for the most part, feminism happens to benefit the white-woman more than the non-white woman), just as the theorem of Blacks having solidarity with Muslim-Arabs is also an oxymoron.

If Beyoncé’s sister had any degree of epistemological understandings of “Big History” of the human-species, she would’ve known that people of our racial and ethnic boundary lines (ie, Black people) originally were the victims of slave-trading by Middle Eastern-Muslims of Arab lineage back centuries ago in Africa, and also, in some nations of Africa, the Arab-Muslims imposing Islam and Arabism onto African cultures, etc.

And I think our educational system is to be blamed for this as well Debbie and everybody else on this forum, of NOT teaching its pupils these informative empirical information of who were the original slave-traders in history!

Sean R. on March 28, 2017 at 5:22 pm

Beyond the obvious points raised here, it should be noted that Beyonce is not so much a singer as a declaimer. And declaiming is in no way singing, not even remotely.

Concerned Patriot on March 28, 2017 at 6:42 pm

I think if they support Islam the credibility of the “women’s rights” movement will come at best questionable. I don’t think most people are stupid enough to confuse Islam with women’s rights. I wonder if they know that a woman’s voice is offensive to Muslims? Maybe Beyoncé should go to some Islamic shit hole and perform one of her concerts.

jerry d on March 28, 2017 at 7:50 pm

And the anti-semitism of the organized women’s movement is so strong now that the fight against Israel is considered to be of much greater importance than Muslim oppression of women.

In other words, the ‘oppression of Zionism’ is a greater oppression than ‘any Muslim oppression of women’.

There are precedents. For instance in the so-called Black Liberation Movement of the late 60s and 70s, a number of Black women acknowledged that some Black men were chauvinists. This was overlooked, however, as the fight of Black men against the White oppressor was considered to be of greater importance.

(of course there were some exceptions– some Black women rebelled against Black male chauvinism, just as a few women in the movement today will acknowledge Muslim oppression — but not very many.)

Little Al on March 28, 2017 at 8:15 pm

I should add that according to the women’s movement as a whole, it is not only Israel that is oppressing Muslims; it is, of course, the United States as well, i.e. Islamophobia. this oppression of Muslims by the US and Israel is considered to have much greater significance than any ‘so-called’ oppression of Muslim women by Muslim men.

Little Al on March 28, 2017 at 9:23 pm

Well, of course, because the United States and Israel are the major problems in the world. At least that’s what I’ve been hearing for over half a century. So now, the sprout has become an engulfing tree.

Alfredo from Puerto Rico on March 28, 2017 at 9:35 pm

Solange should follow the footsteps of Janet Jackson, move to one of the Gulf states and be a trophy wife of one of their sheikhs. Although given how she looks, she’ll probably be someone’s wife #4

Infidel on March 28, 2017 at 11:30 pm

That’s a pretty high ranking, Infidel, considering she looks like RuPaul on crack. LOL!!!

Alfredo from Puerto Rico on March 28, 2017 at 11:48 pm

And that whole business about “our LGBTQ sisters.” It is not the job of a government to promote and spread what are essentially aberrant behaviors. Though the Pulse nightclub shooting in Orlando last year was Islam in action, in a sense left-wing social engineering on steroids – including reworking all social norms, dating back thousands of years, to cater to a small minority (and, in the case of bathrooms, an even smaller sub-minority) – played a part in provoking such an horrific action. It is even more a sign of madness given the simultaneous drive to bring in more Muslims to this country, what with their koranic views on homosexuality. One major motive to further increase the LGBTQ population has been to destroy the Judeo-Christian basis of our society, shatter the moral and social fabric, and smash what they consider to be a “pervasive culture” of “white male heterosexual privilege” – in short, outright subversive intent, especially throughout the Obama administration’s reign of terror. The furthering of transgenderism, as well, is a “natural” (such as it is) and “logical” (if you’re a nutcase) extension of the long-standing drive by the feminist, socialist Left to drum out any signs of incipient manhood and masculinity from our young boys.

Concerned Patriot on March 29, 2017 at 2:24 am

Good day dear Debbie!thanks for sharing!unbeliveable dear Debbie! unbeliveable to read what you wrote! I am so proud to be a Christian who loves Jesus Christ! America and Israel are forever in my heart! sincerlly with respect Tirdad!

TIRDAD GHARIB on March 29, 2017 at 8:15 am

People like this are confused mis-informed and harmless.

MrBigBrain on March 29, 2017 at 7:25 pm

She has a very unhealthy look in her eyes, and her face in general. She needs a month of good eatin’. Perhaps she could start with bread pudding. It’s pretty filling, calorie laden type of fare.

Alfredo from Puerto Rico on March 30, 2017 at 12:52 pm

    Hey Al I’d personally buy Solange (Frazier)Knowles a few Big Macs to help with her caloric intake. If nothing else to have something to shove in her pie hole so she’ll shut up.

    Ken B on March 31, 2017 at 7:59 am

      Hmmmmmm. DOUBLE hmmmmmmm. Frazier? As in Joe? As in all smokin’ and no jokin’?

      Hmmmmmmmm. SO!!! Maybe she WAS smokin’ somethin’ somethin’, AND, I vote that KenB be given funds to DEFINITELY get her somethin’ somethin’ to eat.

      Alfredo from Puerto Rico on March 31, 2017 at 11:15 am

I don’t see anything in the news about the 36th anniversary of the attempted assassination of President Ronald Reagan. I hear they don’t observe anything but the “big” anniversaries of stuff like that anymore, Pearl Harbor, all that stuff.

I think any anniversary is worth at least a mention during the early part of the day.

Reagan is spinning at 30,000 rpm in his grave right now, looking at the nation that shot itself in the foot shortly after he walked out the door.

A little while longer, and we began shooting ourselves in the head.

The fact that someone like Beyoncé makes headlines in America is culturally distressing. The fact that her virtually unknown sister makes headlines shows we are, in the immortal words of The Eagles, . . .

Already Gone.

Alfredo from Puerto Rico on March 30, 2017 at 12:56 pm

To paraphrase an old quote (with a bit of The Godfather thrown in), if you lie down with dogs, you’ll end up sleeping with the fishes. Far too many who Islamopandered (i.e. Daniel Pearl, Steven Sotloff) found that out the hard way – losing their heads, literally.

I’d add Alicia Keys to the list of useful al-idiots – she recently did a photo shoot wearing Muslim garb that is the ultimate symbol of the oppression and subjugation of women along those parts.

Concerned Patriot on March 30, 2017 at 2:23 pm

At the risk of being treated as a pariah here, I must admit that I’m all in favor of Solange Knowles’ “evolution” of “intersectional feminism.” I just have no idea what that means.

Perhaps this is what Ms. Knowles meant by it:

Ralph Adamo on March 30, 2017 at 4:34 pm

Good to see you, Mr. Adamo, you’ve been missed.

Alfredo from Puerto Rico on March 30, 2017 at 6:31 pm

    I’ve missed you too, my friend.

    Ralph Adamo on March 30, 2017 at 9:20 pm

      Onward and upward. During my last days of overseeing the demise and final cleanup of what was once Lanza’s Restaurant on the corner of 11th St., and 1st Avenue, there were lots of old neighborhood people that came in.

      Seems like some of the old ladies from the East Village knew quite a bit, one in particular. She pointed out where the Bonanno’s sat, the Gambino’s, etc. LOL!!!

      Ahhhhhhhh, another slice of Americana gone forever!!!

      Alfredo from Puerto Rico on March 30, 2017 at 10:50 pm

        Uhhhhh, 10th St., and 1st Avenue. The branch of the family that ran DiRobertis’ Pastry and Café was closer to the corner of 11th St.

        Alfredo from Puerto Rico on March 30, 2017 at 10:51 pm

We watched Solange go nuts on Jay. She is a wackjob, no one will mind her nonsense. She’s a nutter. (learned that word from Skunk back in the day)

MrBigBrain on March 30, 2017 at 7:31 pm

    Yeah MrBigBrain I saw the video and you have to give Jay Camel credit. He didn’t hit the nutter(thanks Skunky) back or try to shove her empty head into the emergency phone compartment. I probably would’ve “Rock Bottomed” her cra cra butt.

    Ken B on March 31, 2017 at 8:55 am

Black woman should be proud of who and what they look like. They do not look like white people and they do not usually have long hair straight or curly. Nor does their hair make for ponytails and yet you see them sporting ponytails of their wigs. It hurts to think that they walk around with wigs all the time as it must be a real pain. They need to remain black people just like Jewish woman need to stop having nose jobs. Be what you are.

Very True on March 31, 2017 at 8:13 am

Speaking of subjugation of women, and useful-al idiots, sad to see Alicia Keys get sucked in. And while we’re on the subject, whatever became of Janet Jackson? Didn’t she resurface recently? Isn’t she married to some super rich, ultra halal monarch or something?

I guess if she resurfaced, she hasn’t been beaten severely enough to not be able to show up in public.

Speaking in general terms, I just finished perusing Debbie’s archives again, and came across an article about Schmucker Carlson (REALLY, that’s what it says, for any newbies looking in.), and a bacon Sundae. Yes, a bacon Sundae.

Besides being very informative about the hypocrisy of the fools in the mainstream media which should get NONE of anyone’s attention, and having Debbie’s appropriate and correct commentary about Islam in it, . . .

it only makes me wish I had discovered this site sooner. But that’s why God created archives. So we could learn from history, . . .

which we are not doing, unfortunately.

Alfredo from Puerto Rico on March 31, 2017 at 11:23 am

I found a Hadith yesterday (Ways of Mohma”mud”) A verse clearly says Blacks are demons made for Hell” I cannot understand why Blacks would join or promote those people. Insane.

MrBigBrain on April 3, 2017 at 4:32 pm

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