Jonathan Yaniv is a Predator
POSTED ON 25TH DECEMBER 2018 BY MIRANDA
Jonathan Yaniv is a trans-identified male involved in the tech industry and has been on a litigious campaign against women in BC. He currently has sixteen open lawsuits against women for refusing to wax his testicles on the basis of “gender discrimination”.
On December 10, Yaniv told Langley Township Council he was personally responsible for the suspension of prominent Canadian feminist blogger Meghan Murphy from Twitter, as well as being responsible for new policy changes on Twitter and WordPress, which have banned women and deleted entire blogs on the basis of punitive action for “misgendering” (correctly identifying sex).
Women have accused Twitter and WordPress of censoring women to protect a misogynist and pedophilic man in the name of “gender equality”.
Yaniv has been accused of reaching out to young girls on social media to give them his phone number. One girl complained to an adult that he made comments of a sexual nature to her, such as asking her to be his girlfriend, which caused her to feel uncomfortable.
Feminists must drop the term “gender equality” as it easily leads to the defense of abusive men and can be used to uphold their “right” to abuse. The notion of gender is not oppressed; the female sex class is oppressed by the male sex class, and men like Yaniv are taking advantage of laws which protect “gender” in the way which they were intended: to prioritize men’s feelings over women’s reality.
Details of one of his vexatious complaints.
Watch this zeta-male knicker-sniffer brag about bullying women.
[All words and images and are not mine, these are from the Rad Fem Fatale page and preserved for posterity].
Here are more examples of sexual predator Jonathan Yaniv hitting on young girls.
Tlaib: Pelosi Has to ‘Be Aware’ We Are Women of Color When She Targets Us
'Some of us are being singled out in many ways because of our backgrounds'
HOW DO YOU KNOW THE DEMONCRATIC PARTY HAS TOTALLY IMPLODED????????
THEY ARE PLAYING THE RACE CARD AGAINST THEIR OWN PARTY MEMBERS.
Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D., Mich) accused Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (D., Calif.) of singling out the "squad" of female progressive Democrats in the House.
Tlaib, a Palestinian-American, appeared on CBS This Morning for an interview that aired Wednesday alongside other members of the "squad," which includes Reps. Ilhan Omar (Minn.), Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (N.Y.), and Ayanna Pressley (Mass.).
Co-host Gayle King asked Ocasio-Cortes whether she was speaking with Pelosi, prompting her to say their teams were in communication about setting up a potential meeting.
"Shouldn't it be a face-to-face?" King asked.
Ocasio-Cortez said she agrees and then Tlaib interjected in an attempt to shield Ocasio-Cortez, saying they are "new members of congress." She then said she was "very protective" of Ocasio-Cortez, prompting King to fire back.
"With all due respect, she doesn't need protection," King said.
"She’s the new member, not the speaker," Tlaib said, referring to Ocasio-Cortez. "She has every right to sit down with her in any moment, anytime, with any of us. She is speaker of the House, she can ask for a meeting to sit down with us for clarification."
Tlaib went on to offer some advice to Pelosi about being aware of the repercussions of singling out women of color.
"The fact of the knowledge is, and I’ve done racial justice work in our country for a long time, acknowledge the fact that we are women of color, so when you do single us out, be aware of that, and what you’re doing," Tlaib continued. "Especially because some of us are getting death threats. Because some of us are being singled out in many ways because of our backgrounds, because of our experiences and so forth."
Pelosi received backlash from the "squad" last week after she took a shot at them during an interview with Maureen Dowd of the New York Times.
"All these people have their public whatever and their Twitter world," Pelosi said. "But they didn’t have any following. They're four people and that's how many votes they got."
No, Apple, we don’t need 72 different emojis to represent gay, straight & lesbian couples in 5 races
If I wanted an emoji to look exactly like me, I’d just send a photograph. But then, unlike Apple and Google, I understand that they are a symbolic shorthand, not a racist tool of oppression that ignores my identity.
On Wednesday, World Emoji Day, the two California companies revealed their expanded repertoire of “newest designs that bring even more diversity to the keyboard.”
Seventy-two new iOS emojis of couples holding hands, instead of a generic symbol. Thus, a blonde woman with a blond man, a blonde woman with a tan skinned man, a blonde woman with a light-skinned black man, a blonde woman with a dark-skinned black man, a dark-skinned black woman with a light-skinned black woman, a white man with a moustache with a white man without a moustache, and so on and on and on.
Ten new emojis of the US sign for ‘deaf’, ten for cane walkers, five ears of different shades fitted with a hearing aid.