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Tuesday, May 3, 2022

It Takes A White Liberal To Believe In Equality

 Based immigrants saying it like it is:

Female physicists question ‘terrifying’ claims made by government commissioner Katharine Birbalsingh to MPs

Any common sense opposition to the Western equality dogma is obviously terrifying:)

Girls do not choose physics A-level because they dislike “hard maths”, the government’s social mobility commissioner has claimed, prompting anger from leading scientists...

 Are these scientists biologists? Otherwise, they aren't qualified to have an opinion on the matter, methinks. Well, here you have it, a bit further:

Dame Athene Donald, a professor of experimental physics and master of Churchill College, Cambridge, said the comments were “terrifying” and “quite damaging” 

Should probably stick to physics, lol! Also, am I the only one to notice that these strong and independent womyn often exhibit quite Victorian traits when somebody contradicts them? Terrifying and damaging, really? Quick, somebody bring the dame her smelling salts!

...Addressing a science and technology committee inquiry on diversity and inclusion in Stem subjects (science, technology, engineering and maths), Katharine Birbalsingh said fewer girls chose physics because “physics isn’t something that girls tend to fancy. They don’t want to do it, they don’t like it,” she said.

Birbalsingh, who is headteacher of Michaela Community school in Wembley, north-west London, said that only 16% of A-level physics students at her school were girls – lower than the national average of 23%. When asked why so few girls progressed to physics A-level, despite outperforming boys at GCSE, she said: “I just think they don’t like it. There’s a lot of hard maths in there that I think they would rather not do.”

“The research generally … just says that’s a natural thing,” she added. “I don’t think there’s anything external.”

Birbalsingh, a French and philosophy graduate, said she was “certainly not out there campaigning” for more girls to do physics. “I don’t mind that there’s only 16%,” she said. “I want them to do what they want to do.”

Letting girls do what they want to do would mean that many of them choose to get married and have children instead of pursuing tertiary education, something that the cult of barrenness and androgyny can't tolerate. 

Speaking of barrenness, I guess everybody already heard about possible Roe vs Wade overturn? Big if true. About the person who leaked the info. Why is it that Third World immigrants to Europe are often much more socially conservative than those who immigrate to the USA? There is something in the American society which makes them really insane, I guess...

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  1. Here's what one of our state senators sent out on email:
    “My heart is with everyone feeling anger and fear amidst the leaked opinion from the Supreme Court that would overturn Roe v. Wade. For millions of Americans this decision, if it is ultimately issued, could mean state governments force them to carry a pregnancy to term against their will. That could have life-changing and sometimes life-threatening implications for those individuals, and that kind of invasion of bodily autonomy and individual rights should be chilling for all of us.

    “People have very strong feelings about abortion, and it’s a complicated issue. But I agree with most Americans that politicians do not belong in your doctor’s office or the bedroom. None of us want politicians and judges making our most personal decisions for us. That’s why I strongly support passing the Women’s Health Protection Act.”

    I just don't understand where he's coming from... another planet? Abortion is surely an invasion of bodily autonomy! And politicians and judges are making tons of personal decisions for us-- from vaccines to shoving people's bedroom habits in our faces. It just makes my jaw drop that he thinks he (and other liberals) cannot see the hypocrisy of what they are saying.

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    1. (I meant, that abortion is an invasion of the BABY's bodily autonomy, and "individual rights.")

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  2. I remember reading that somewhere in Ireland they have a shortage of doctors so that they invited Muslims from Sudan and they refused to perform abortions because it was a sin...

    Anyway, the R vs W reversion wouldn't even forbid it, it would just revert the matter to the states, as it used to be. Isn't it first of all about states' rights? The way the progs react to it is unbelievable, it's like they are going insane.

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  3. I'm an agnostic, but can understand the religious point of view about it. The reality is though that most of these people seeking these services probably should not be having children. What I fear in the future is a bunch of fatherless children which is bad for society regardless of that child's race or ethnicity.

    One of my thoughts though is that the left is rather short sided though. Many of these children aborted over the years were minorities, so it seems to me that's a lot of potential leftard votes taken off the table. What better group to pander to than one that may end up poor and thinks the government or 'society' should give them a free ride?

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  4. It's probably the first time in their life, that these harpies have heard, "no", from someone in authority, which makes them scream like banshees:) From the spiritual point of view though, it's like some are demonically possessed or something and abortion is their blood ritual which is probably not so far from truth...

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