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    Why 'The Future Is Female' Is A Toxic Ideology
    http://www.dailywire.com/news/17448/...y-sarah-taber#
    FEMINISM is a HATE GROUP - Feminists are HATEFUL PEOPLE
    It's time to call it out for what it is.
    == REJECT FEMINISM. EMBRACE HUMANITY ==


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    If the future does belong to women, it won't belong to them for long. Poor women; to have been second place to men for practically all of humanity's existence, and once they start seeing their female dominion finally rising and illuminating the horizon, artificial intelligence threatens to take it all away from them. That is the reality of the intelligence evolution.
    Stay single and prosper!

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    • #3
      Socialist ideologies, like feminism, rely on the assumption that everyone is equal.. and thereby high IQ levels are achievable by anyone at the same rates assuming they have the same environment.

      Which is not the case... men disproportionately dominate the high and highest IQ ranges, and the bulk of our current civilization's infrastructure is based on having a fair sized pool of high IQ people to keep it running and innovating.

      And it's more than just IQ.. its also about surplus resources, particularly time and strength. Men have that, even lower IQ men can support civilization by trading their muscle strength for services needed to run things.

      Also, men are wired to take more risks.. something that fuels innovation by also comes at a high cost that most women will not be willing to pay.

      It's refreshing to see more articles come out recognizing the motivations of feminist ideology.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Iggy View Post
        Socialist ideologies, like feminism, rely on the assumption that everyone is equal.. and thereby high IQ levels are achievable by anyone at the same rates assuming they have the same environment.

        Which is not the case... men disproportionately dominate the high and highest IQ ranges, and the bulk of our current civilization's infrastructure is based on having a fair sized pool of high IQ people to keep it running and innovating.

        And it's more than just IQ.. its also about surplus resources, particularly time and strength. Men have that, even lower IQ men can support civilization by trading their muscle strength for services needed to run things.

        Also, men are wired to take more risks.. something that fuels innovation by also comes at a high cost that most women will not be willing to pay.

        It's refreshing to see more articles come out recognizing the motivations of feminist ideology.
        Iggy nails it. No society can survive any length of time unless men are motivated and allowed to do their best, without spending half the time helping dearies do work done better by men.

        It has been reported that women today, with all the feminism stuff and affirmative action employment, pay in less taxes than are used to take care of women. You have to think about that and really understand it to know just another reason true patriarchy is the only way a successful society can exist.

        IF men have to support everyone and everything then men should be given priority at every point. The USA 1789 to 1965. The highest standard of living in the history of the world. Now, look at the Inner city. Sub-Saharan Africa

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Iggy View Post
          Socialist ideologies, like feminism, rely on the assumption that everyone is equal.. and thereby high IQ levels are achievable by anyone at the same rates assuming they have the same environment.

          Which is not the case... men disproportionately dominate the high and highest IQ ranges, and the bulk of our current civilization's infrastructure is based on having a fair sized pool of high IQ people to keep it running and innovating.

          And it's more than just IQ.. its also about surplus resources, particularly time and strength. Men have that, even lower IQ men can support civilization by trading their muscle strength for services needed to run things.

          Also, men are wired to take more risks.. something that fuels innovation by also comes at a high cost that most women will not be willing to pay.

          It's refreshing to see more articles come out recognizing the motivations of feminist ideology.
          Not exactly, i see IQ like i see muscle, surely genetics play a part, but less then you think. just like work out for body mind also needs to work out to stay in shape (in this case represented as IQ) problem is just how people in poor countries can have stunted growth due to poor nutrition, people in environment that restricts free thought and encourages conformity will experience the same thing on a mental level, and just how an adult with stunted growth won´t suddenly grow to his original intended height if he gets fed proper meals feeding people with stunted mental growth more information won´t help them develop IQ, they will just throw it up.
          I sexually identify as a sword pommel, check your privilege or i will have to end you RIGHTLY.

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          • #6
            Yes, Anonymous, when I was editor of my Mensa local, we used to discuss things like that. I do believe that your brain can get stronger with use, just as your muscles can. But, I can't prove it.

            In high school, they said my i.q. was 125. The Army said it was 152. Same person.

            Historically, most people of Mensa level i.q. work as manual laborers. There isn't much commercial use for high i.q. persons. well, maybe as physicists or something like that. A person has a terrible road to any successful use of his abilities and talents, and it seems to me most can't make it work.

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            • #7
              Example, and there are so many, my son-in-law, who I can't stand, qualified for Anapolis. He was all excited and got ready to go. A few weeks before time to go to Anapolis, the Admiral called him, and told him some legislator wanted his nephew to go there, so he was bumped. The Admiral did give him an all expenses paid four years at a really good military school. He ended up in the Air Force as an enlisted man, and now works for the FAA as a long distance radar technician...

              Somehow I suspect that is not where the legislator's nephew ended up.

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