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Posted by V the K at 9:22 pm - January 22, 2018.
Filed under: Ideas & Trends

Conservatives form their positions on the basis of reason, science, and history. Leftists form their positions based on feelings and rhetoric.

The long video at this link demonstrates this fact. Canadian academic Jordan Peterson debates Feminist media operative Cathy Newman. Jordan consistently relies on empirical data and the scientific method to defend his positions, such as his position that the differences between women are products of evolution, not the patriarchy, such as his position that the “wage gap” is not entirely a product of the patriarchy discriminating against women, but rather reflects on the choices men and women make. The media operative can only spout rhetoric, make accusations, and try to trap him semantically.

And here is another video of Camille Paglia explaining her thesis that cultural celebrations of androgyny and transgenderism and attacks on masculinity are harbingers of cultural and societal collapse.

The Deep State Continues to Push Feminist Dogma

Posted by V the K at 9:25 am - January 22, 2018.
Filed under: Gay PC Silliness

So, we are a full year into PDT’s presidency, and despite the dire warnings from the gay left, gay people have yet to be marched to the death camps in the Pacific Northwest set up under the Bush Administration.

Nope, rather to the contrary, the Deep State is spending over a half-million taxpayer dollars to study “gender identity issues” in Kenya, because apparently a feminist told them that terrorism was caused by “toxic masculinity.”

The grant proposal blames Kenya’s “patriarchal” society of “tough, heterosexual” men for problems facing the developing country.

“Kenyan males are expected to head the household as well as provide for, protect, and maintain the family,” the department continued. “Socially, males are expected to be tough, heterosexual, aggressive, unemotional, and achieving. The practical and social pressures to fulfill these expectations can be immense and create vulnerabilities that are exploited by violent extremist groups who appeal to these characteristics and offer the opportunity to fulfil [sic] these roles.”

Really? Because that whole thing about men heading their households, protecting and maintaining their families (“toxic masculinity”) has been the social norm for most cultures for all of human history, and still is in a lot of places (Japan, Korea, the redder parts of the United States) that are notable not only for their lack of terrorism, but for their lack of systemic dysfunction compared with more progressive and feminized parts of the world (Germany, California, Sweden, Detroit).

Masculinity is not toxic; the belief in Islamic Supremacy is toxic.