It’s the time of the month to select a new Entitlement Princess of the Month. Last month’s winner with 87% of the vote was Anne Dias-Griffin, the woman who divorced her hedge fund manager husband and demanded $1 million a month in alimony in addition to the $65 million one time payment she was guaranteed in their prenup.
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This month there will be no voting because I want to give this month’s award to a woman related to the U.N.’s joke of a report on “cyberviolence”. The September 2015 Entitlement Princess Of The Month is Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka, the Under-Secretary-General of the U.N. and Executive Director of U.N. Women. She has demanded that “cyberviolence”, something which is only words such as “you’re a liar” & “you suck”, be considered the equivalent of actual physical violence. She also tried to strong arm the gaming industry and others into “doing something” about “cyberviolence” (which can only mean censorship). Fortunately, she has been unsuccessful at that so far.
Additionally, Mlambo-Ngcuka has also ignored the plight of men and boys to benefit women and girls. She has demanded any intervention against Boko Haram focus on women and girls, ignoring that all the men and boys that Boko Haram has murdered. For example, she has demanded that counter-terrorist policies change because they might disrupt girls’ routines in going to school, while conveniently ignoring the men and boys who Boko Haram is murdering.
While Mlambo-Ngcuka’s entitlement is arguably more broad than just personal entitlement, her demands that the minor annoyances women receive online be treated as equivalent to actual physical violence such as what has happened to many men and boys who have been murdered by Boko Haram makes her the winner of the September 2015 Entitlement Princess Of The Month.