Thursday, April 12, 2018

Liberal extremists and their moronic love for political correctness.

Thanks to President Fucktard Trump and virtually every other Republican politician, I have thrown out the Republican Party. The Republicans get some things right but they have numerous problems for example their love for destroying the environment and their ridiculous fear of evolution. America's Christian assholes have destroyed the Republican Party. There is no cure.

This does not change my contempt for liberal extremists and their moronic love for political correctness. I found an interesting article about liberal fucktards. I don't agree with all of it but the article gets most things right.

This was not in the article but it's one of the many reasons why I think liberal extremists are stupid fucking assholes:

Liberal asshole: "It's OK to criticize Christian scum but if you don't suck up to Muslim terrorists then you have a Islamophobia problem."

When I see this bullshit I tell the liberal assholes they should have been in one of the buildings that were destroyed on September 11, 2001. They would have a choice. Jump and explode when you smash into the pavement or get burned alive. On the way down you might ask yourself why you suck up to Muslim scum.

The stupid, it burns.

Please see a post I wrote 6 years ago: Why do American liberals suck up to Muslim scum?

Here is the article. I think some of it is a bit wrong but most of it I agree with.

STOSSEL: Liberals’ war on science

We’ve been told conservatives don’t believe in science and that there’s a “Republican war on science.”

But John Tierney, who’s written about science for The New York Times for 25 years and now writes for the Manhattan Institute’s City Journal, told me in my latest online video, “The real war on science is the one from the left.”

Really? Conservatives are more likely to be creationists — denying evolution.

“Right,” says Tierney. “But creationism doesn’t affect the way science is done.”

What about President George W. Bush banning government funding of stem cell research?

“He didn’t stop stem cell research,” Tierney reminds me. “The government wouldn’t fund it. It turned out that it really didn’t matter much.” Private funding continued and, so far, has not discovered much.

“People talk about this Republican war on science, but if you look around, my question is, where are the casualties? What scientists lost their jobs?” Tierney asks. “I can’t find examples where the right wing stopped the progress of science, whereas you can look on the left and you see so many areas that are taboo to research.”

Some research on genetically modified foods became taboo because of protests from the left. That may have prevented a second Green Revolution to feed Africa.

Scientists can’t even talk about whether genes affect intelligence without being threatened by the left. Political scientists who continued to investigate the topic are screamed at on college campuses, the way Charles Murray, author of “The Bell Curve,” has been.

Tierney adds, “The federal government stopped funding IQ research decades ago.”

Likewise, researching gender differences is dangerous to your career.

“You can’t talk about sexual differences between men and women, (although) it’s OK if they favor women,” Tierney says with a laugh. “You can say men are more likely to commit crimes, but you can’t suggest that there might be some sexual difference that might predispose men to be more interested in a topic.”

Google fired engineer James Damore merely for suggesting sex differences might explain why more men choose to work in tech.

“Damore just pointed out very basic scientific research about differences between the sexes,” Tierney argues. “The experts in this, as soon as he published that memo, said, yes, he basically got the science right.”

It’s not as if women aren’t doing well in life, Tierney says.

In universities, “women dominate virtually every extracurricular activity, but all the focus has been: ‘Why aren’t there more women physicists and mathematicians, and of course in the sports area, too?’ ” Tierney says. “There’s this idea that they’re being discriminated against, but there have been enormous studies of who gets grants, who gets tenure, who gets interviews for jobs, and women get preference.”

However, one group does get discriminated against in colleges: conservatives.

“In the social sciences, Democrats outnumber Republicans by at least eight to one. In fields like sociology it’s 44 to one. Students are more likely to be taught in sociology by a Marxist than by a Republican,” Tierney says. “It’s gotten worse and worse.”

Why does this happen at colleges that claim they “treasure diversity”? Because people on the left believe diversity just means race and gender, not thought. And even schools that want some diverse thought reach a sort of political tipping point.

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