Some “scientists” have decided that Covid-19 kills more men than women. It’s so typical of males to twist the death statistics to make this all about them.
As feminists, we must hold on to our victimhood at all costs. It is the source of our strength. So what can we do to bring feminism back onto the agenda?
I have a few ideas. Here in the UK, there are currently five protected characteristics that fall under hate crime legislation. These are race, religion, sexual orientation, transgender identity and disability.
I propose that we add the following: veganism, ecosexuality, wheat intolerance and intersectional feminism.
This would solve all kinds of problems. As a popular female presence on social media, I am often subject to a common form of harassment known as “debate”.
If intersectional feminism were to be registered as a protected category under UK law, it would become illegal to disagree with me. This strikes me as a sensible solution.
In addition, we need to introduce feminism to young girls at the earliest possible stage. The new “Ms Monopoly” board game by Hasbro is an excellent example of how this can be achieved. The rules have been changed so that female players are given higher salaries and rewards.
This reassures young girls that they can be just as successful as men, so long as they are provided with extra advantages that they haven’t earned. This kind of feminism is so empowering.
Finally, we need to urge more men to transition to female in order to better support gender equality. To even identify as male betrays a seething hatred of women. There can be no excuse for it.
@TitaniaMcGrath Sep 3
How do I know that all straight white males are bigoted?
Because they’re the only ones who ever make assumptions about people
based on their sexuality, race or gender.
@TitaniaMcGrath Aug 25
I’m so BORED of the word “Orwellian” being used against those of us who
care about social justice. It’s SO unoriginal.
Besides, there is nothing remotely “Orwellian” about empowering the state
to reinforce the parameters of acceptable thought and speech.
@TitaniaMcGrath Aug 23
Children are never too young to learn about the evils of whiteness.
I’ve just chained my four-year-old niece to the gazebo in the garden and
told her to think about her complicity in the slave trade.
She started crying immediately, which is just evidence of her white fragility.
_________________ Minds are like parachutes.
They only function when open.
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Posted: Fri Sep 11, 2020 8:44 am Post subject:
What is up with this:
An elite Hazardous Evidence Response Team (HERT) of FBI agents and technicians that responds to incidents and threats involving weapons of mass destruction, conducts investigations of terrorism and the criminal use of chemical, biological, radiological, or nuclear materials, left Washington D.C. en route to Boston-Massachusetts—where upon arriving, they traveled via an armed convoy to Ludlow-Massachusetts — where FBI agents from Boston had already set up a 1-mile cordon surrounding an over $400,000 - valued mansion at 14 Harvest Drive ( https://www.zillow.com/homedetails/14-Harvest-Dr-Ludlow-MA-01056/244986499_zpid/ ). Upon arrival, saw this elite team of FBI agents and technicians raiding this mansion.
A mansion owned by Timothy W. Whitney (aka Tim Whitney), that saw FBI spokeswoman Kristen M. Setera only saying about this raid: “Members of the FBI’s Hazardous Evidence Response Team are on Harvest Drive in Ludlow conducting court authorized activity in connection with an ongoing federal investigation” — but most critical to note about this raid, is that Tim Whitney is a member of the secretive and powerful Whitney Family based in Massachusetts, and whose grandfather John Hay Whitney was one of the most feared American intelligence officials known in history—who during World War II served in the Office of Strategic Services, from which the CIA was created — and in 1967 it was revealed about:
“A charitable trust established by John Hay Whitney received $325,000 in 1964 and 1965 from the Granary Fund of Boston, used by the Central Intelligence Agency to channel money from front foundations to various organizations here and abroad”
An active Republican in the 1950's, Mr. Whitney served as finance chairman of Citizens for Eisenhower-Nixon in 1952. In 1954, he was chairman of the United Republican Finance Committee for the State of New York.
In 1958, he acquired control of The Herald Tribune, an independent Republican morning newspaper, while he was still Ambassador to Britain. Previously, he lent the paper $2 million and took an option to buy it. He took active charge of the paper when he returned from London in 1961, listing himself as editor in chief and publisher, in that order. 'A Day of Mourning'
Neither Mr. Whitney's exertions nor those of his advisers were able to halt the paper's steady decline. In 1966 there was a plan to merge The Herald Tribune with two afternoon newspapers, The World-Telegram and The Journal-American. A long strike blocked the start of the plan, and in August 1966 Mr. Whitney ended the still idled Herald Tribune. In announcing the paper's demise, Mr. Whitney said, ''I feel that today is a day of mourning, rather than recriminations.''
Mr. Whitney retained an interest in the merged enterprise, which began publication of an afternoon pape r called The World Journal Tribune, but the new paper lasted just eight months. Shortly before he closed The Herald Tibune, Mr Whitney sold a share in its Paris edition to The Washington Post. In May 1967, The New York Times gave up its own international edition, joining the other enterprises to publish under the nameplate of The International Herald Tribune, with Mr. Whitney as chairman. Statement From Walter Thayer
The Whitney Communications Corporation holds 362/3 percent of the ownership; The Times 331/3 percent and The Washington Post 30 percent. Walter N. Thayer, president of the International Herald Tribune Corporation, said yesterday that Whitney Communications ''will certainly continue its interest.''
In 1971, the Whitney subsidiary that controlled the broadcast interests, the Corinthian Broadcasting Corporation, was merged into Dun & Bradstreet.
Mr. Whitney, who consequently became the largest individual stockholder in Dun & Bradstreet, with direct and indirect holdings exceeding 7 percent of that company's outstanding shares, became a member of its board of directors.......
He also served as steward of the Jockey Club, a member of the New York State Racing Commission, president of the Thoroughbred Racing Association and a member of the board of governors of the Turf and Field Club.
Mr. Whitney started racing in Britain, where he studied at Oxford in 1927, and continued to race horses there a s well as in the United States until World War II, when he put his ho rses in his mother's Greentree Stables. Stable a Profitable Venture....
He was also a trustee of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, vice president of the National Gallery of Art in Washington, a fellow of the Yale Corporation and a board member of the Corporation for Public Broadcasting.
His singular devotion to his alma mater, Yale, was demonstrated spectacularly in 1970, when he gave the university $15 million for the construction of student housing to alleviate the overcrowding that developed when Yale became coeducational the year before. A Yale professorship in the humanities was named for him in 1977 and endowed largely by contributions from his friends.
He married twice. His first wife was the former Mary Elizabeth Altemus, and their marriage in 1930 was the high point of the Philadelphia social season. They were divorced in 1940, and Mrs. Whitney received a $3 million settlement.
In March 1942, he married Betsey Cushing Roosevelt, the former wife of James Roosevelt, the eldest son of President Franklin D. Roosevelt. Mr. Whitney, who was childless, adopted her two daughters, Sara Wilford and Kate Whitney. His wife and daughters survive along with eight grandchildren.
by Fintan Dunne | Official death stats now call official Covid-19 stats a lie.
New analysis of data from the official Irish Deaths Register disputes the
official Covid-19 mortality statistics. The register shows no 2020 surge
in mortality and indicates that deaths from Jan to May 2020 were
likely exceeded by deaths during Jan to May 2018.
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