Friday, December 27, 2019

Israel has matriarchal rules

A Voice For Men reports:
A prime example of this is a Rabbinical law that automatically assigns the children the wife has from her extramarital affairs to the husband. This Rabbinical exponent is called in Hebrew “Rov Beilut Acharei Habaal“. And on top of that, both the Rabbinical as well as the secular feminist family courts deny DNA testing to the husband when there is fear that the child is the result of the wife’s extramarital affair. However, if a woman claims child support the man will be subjected to a DNA test. Why? Because in both cases it’s about extracting money from the husband and transferring resources from him to the wife.
In other words, a DNA test can be evidence against the man, but not the woman.

The essay goes on to cite some statistics, but I am not quoting them because they cannot be right.

But assuming the above is correct, it shows how Israel is matriarchal. Of course its Law of Return offer citizenship to anyone born of a Jewish mother, so that law is matriarchal, but I didn't know about the one-sided DNA tests.

NY Times op-ed:
The idea that platforms like Twitter, Facebook and Instagram should remove hate speech is relatively uncontroversial. But doing this isn’t easy. Hate speech is fluid, dependent on cultural context and social meaning.
Really? The NY Times used to stand for free speech. Now it stands for censorship.

It has been shown again and again, that removing "hate speech" ends up being mostly just removing opinions from the opposing political party. Facebook and Twitter should just let their users read what they want to read.

Few examples illustrate this need better than the long, strange journey of Pepe the Frog, the crudely drawn comic-book amphibian that originated as a mascot for slackers; was repeatedly altered by white supremacists for racist, homophobic and anti-Semitic memes; was classified by the Anti-Defamation League as a hate symbol in 2016; and was repurposed this summer and fall by protesters in Hong Kong to promote a pro-democracy message that had nothing to do with white supremacy or terrorism. ... Local activists in Hong Kong transformed Pepe into an emoji on encrypted platforms, dressed as a protester or a journalist.
So when Jews want to remove hate symbols, they remove green frogs!

I am filing this under "stupid stuff that Jews complain about".

Another NY Times article:
Using the analytical tools that other technologists deployed to uncover Russian influence during the 2016 election, Mr. Bay found that “bots, trolls/sock puppets or political activists” were using the “Star Wars” debate “to propagate political messages supporting extreme right-wing causes and the discrimination of gender, race or sexuality” and that “a number of these users appear to be Russian trolls.” So it seems that it was political operatives, not fans, who were denigrating the movie and fomenting some of the virulent racism and misogyny against its cast.

Using “Star Wars” as the vehicle was a canny move by the trolls. Fans, like the American electorate, are polarized and angry. Online and in real life, they scream at one another about how Luke Skywalker would really behave decades after finding out that his dad was Darth Vader.
I had already filed the Russian 2016 election interference conspiracy in my file of stupid Jewish complaints, but I had no idea that the conspiracy involved Star Wars and Darth Vader. These gripes are just too stupid.

I would ignore this sort of nuttiness, except that it has brought an effort to impeach Pres. Trump. Everyone involved ought to be denounced as traitors.

Just to be fair, I ought to note that Catholics complain about stupid stuff also. The Pope's Christmas message said:
n his annual Christmas Day address, Pope Francis offered a message of hope and a call for kindness to migrants around the world.

"May the Son of God, come down to earth from heaven, protect and sustain all those who, due to these and other injustices, are forced to emigrate in the hope of a secure life," the pontiff said from the balcony of St. Peter's Basilica.

"It is injustice that makes them cross deserts and seas that become cemeteries," he said. "It is injustice that turns them away from places where they might have hope for a dignified life, but instead find themselves before walls of indifference."
Really, it is an injustice for a nation to turn away migrants? Since when? Is this a religious teaching, or just his personal political opinion? I think that this Pope is an impostor.

The NY Times has another article on the electoral consequences of the Great Replacement of American Whites by non-whites. It cites an expert saying “the country is in an uncomfortably similar position today” to the Civil War. The Democrat Party is increasingly driven by identity politics, and the White Christian married normal citizens form the backbone of the Republican party. But "The number of religious white Americans is plummeting. In the long term, that spells disaster for Republicans." It really means that the percentage is plummeting, as we are importing millions of non-white non-Christians. The Democrat Party no longer stands for workers, and is only unified in preaching hatred for White Christians.

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