Thanks to radical feminism which continues to push the mainstream lie that women can do anything men can do and anti-God, gay activists who prey on naive, underprivileged youngsters around the world, more and more women are not only committing crimes normally associated with men, but outright dressing and looking like dudes while dallying in the cesspool that is homosexuality and all other sorts of debauchery. Combine this with the country still being led by the "First Gay President" and the liberal press pushing single motherhood as a positive, any wonder our younger generation is suffering so greatly not only on the economic front, but the educated one and the moral one as well:
A 63-year-old Vietnam veteran from Queens was stabbed on a Manhattan subway train Sunday after making a sarcastic comment about a rowdy gang of eight girls and young women, cops said.
Ralph Carnegary of Queens said the raucous riders were being so loud “you couldn’t hear yourself think” as their downtown-bound 6 train neared the 23rd St. station about 6 a.m, officials said.
Carnegary, who lives in a veterans shelter in Long Island City, was on his way to work as a souvenir vendor on Wall St. “I couldn’t identify the girl who stabbed me. All my attention was on the knife coming at me,” Carnegary told the Daily News Sunday night.
He said the girls turned on him after they overheard him talking to his pal, James Santiago, about how noisy they were.
“I just said, ‘Those girls must be retarded because they can’t hear each other talk,’” Carnegary recalled.
Within a second, the furious gals, whose ages range from 15 to 20, went berserk and started pummeling Carnegary with their fists.RELATED: Pictured: 'Wolf pack' of drunken girls who 'stabbed 63-year-old veteran on NY subway after he told them they were being too noisy'
He was trying to block the blows when he heard another girl yell, “Go for him” and a third girl say, “Cut him.”
One of his attackers plunged a knife into Carnegary’s left shoulder, leaving a wound that required seven stitches.
“I didn’t think they were actually going to knife me. The oldest one didn’t look no more than 18 or 19. I couldn’t believe they did that,” he said.
Santiago, 46 a former Marine who also lives in the shelter, said he jumped in to defend Carnegary when he saw two of the women charge his friend from behind.
“I feel like I owe my life to this guy right here,” Carnegary said of Santiago.
Carnegary’s wife, Connie, 50, was outraged by the attack. “It’s terrible,” she said. “You can’t even ride the train. You can’t even go to work in the morning.”