Wednesday, November 22, 2023

Jewish Behavior is like a Woman

Found this online:

Just to be clear, I am not commenting on the Israel-Gaza war. This is more of a response to the recent Jewish attacks on Donald Trump and Elon Musk.

Before someone attacks this for generalizing, I found this:

The easiest and quickest way to test someone's intelligence is to make a generalized statement about a group.

Say something like "Asian men are shorter on average". If they say any variation of "not all Asian men are short" or "I know a tall Asian guy" you are dealing with someone with genuinely low IQ.

They have proven that they aren't intelligent enough to understand abstract ideals like a statistical average or per capita. Why else would they think bringing up an exception like it was some profound statement? They literally CAN NOT understand abstracts, no attempt at rationalizing or explaining yourself will increase their IQ.

Speaking of women, here is another funny comment.

This story is not a joke:
The guidelines for naming a planet's surface features are not inclusive enough and are biased towards men, an academic has said, as research shows fewer than 2% of Mars's craters are named after women.

An analysis of the International Astronomical Union's (IAU) database has also revealed that only 32 (2%) out of 1,578 known Moon craters bear a woman's name.

Planetary features are distinctive characteristics or elements present on the surface of, or within, the planet. ...

In an open letter published in the journal Nature Astronomy, Annie Lennox, a doctoral researcher at The Open University, said the male-biased culture of naming planetary features 'inherently disadvantages women and marginalised groups'. ...

Italian astronomer Giovanni Battista Riccioli first started naming lunar craters in 1635, adopting the names of famous scientists for his discoveries - a convention still maintained by the IAU today, Ms Lennox said.

So if you name after people with accomplishments, you marginalize those with no accomplishments.


CFT said...

What a deliciously odd moment in time, when women are demanding that huge cratered holes in planetary bodies be named after them for ....having holes, I guess?

Dear Ladies (regardless of religion, creed, or race),
Kindly please stop trying to commit cultural suicide out of spite for what you didn't do and didn't accomplish historically. Western women have more to lose than most, and if this ship we like to call 'Western Civilization' goes down, you're definitely going down with it along with all your 'empowered' designer luggage and vanity accessories.

I seriously hope your actual 'plan B' is a bit more involved than taking an abortion pill and patting yourselves on the back, because what comes next will not be the utopia you thought you were voting for. At all. You biological 'birthing people' might want to brush up on what happened to women and the privileges and status they once enjoyed after the fall of Rome.
Hint: It wasn't very nice.

"If civilization had been left in female hands we would still be living in grass huts."

- Camille Paglia

"I desire the things that will destroy me in the end."

- Sylvia Plath... during a moment of honest clarity, before she committed suicide.

CFT said...

I'm sure the shortfall of women named craters on Mars is just an oversight. I'm sure there are just ooodles of female Astronomers who revolutionized our understanding of the cosmos...uh, oh, wait a sec...nevermind.

This was much the same reaction Camille Paglia gave when she at first assumed...and then did her homework and actually researched the ratio of Men to Women in almost all fields of scientific discovery. With the noted exceptions of imaginary Barbie-Land and Wakanda, the ratio skews pretty heavily towards men. I believe astronomy trends even more towards men than most other scientific disciplines.