Kaffrey Kaffrey is a year-old aspiring doctor. Searching for a place of solitude untouched by sinister feminist ideals.
He enjoys exploring subterranean places, reading about a host of interconnected topics, and yearns for Tradition. A French-Jewish essayist once said: That year, our trend had already progressed much compared to the preceding years.
Of course, this is only the beginning, and those who held the lead cloak of political correctness beyond our heads will not accept gladly that they are losing some of their grip.
They were aiming, and still aim, at total victory—that is, the annihilation of white middle classes, the complete blurring of sexes, the irreversible decline of people of European descent, the rewriting of history, the destruction of the traditional family to the benefit of a brave new world, total SJW cultural power, gynocracyand so on.
They will accept no middle ground, no peaceful coexistence: As we become mainstream and drill the cloak, it is necessary to focus on the right enemy and hit it efficiently.
Understand them better than they understand themselves, dismantle their thought structures, and catch them hamsterizing their contradictions or melt down into further hysteria. Michel Foucault, an overrated homosexual militant professor: People on the right doing deconstruction?
Their accusations often follow a pattern, and one of these patterns is the charge of double standards. Having different standards for different people and situations is justified. As Aristotle said Nicomachean Ethics, book V, chap.
Males and females are different. Their different social roles are consistent with both the inner needs of individuals and the outer needs of society, which relies on complimentary between the sexes, not on a weird inter-sexual competition.
On the same way, homogeneous societies are those where trust and metapolitical peace flourish, so, having a standard that aims at maintaining our homogeneity is pragmatically justified—not to mention the unfairness of massive population replacement against those who built the West.
However, it is also clear that all differences in standards are far from justified. An obvious example could be nepotism practised at the expense of a genuine meritocracy. Likewise, the leftists who cry about our real or supposed double standards entertain themselves a lot of those.
Ultimately, all leftist double standards contribute to the current anarcho-tyrannythat is, to a strange mix between impunity for some and ultra-severity for others.
Since then, it became increasingly obvious that only whites had to pretend to colorblindness. No liberal ever yelled at blacks for being communitarian.
This move seems to owe to an exasperation of minority identitarianism: This has been painful, but the left involuntarily? The right to self-determination This one has been especially conspicuous when the UK opted out of the EU.Feminism and Families — Advice to Men Preface.
So, you want to have sex, and perhaps you want to be a father, perhaps you even want to be a married father. Philosophical feminism: Philosophical feminism, a loosely related set of approaches in various fields of philosophy that (1) emphasizes the role of gender in the formation of traditional philosophical problems and concepts, (2) analyzes the ways in which traditional philosophy reflects .
The participants at the Hyehwa protests — activists and ordinary citizens backed by a fierce Twitter army to boot — were condemning the continuing availability of spycam porn and the double standard on the part of the police.
Also, “it starts to look like me and the feminists” should be “looks like I”.
And “untitled” doesn’t really make sense. And if biology is a hard science, it’s on the extreme soft edge of hard sciences. Postcolonial feminism is a form of feminism that developed as a response to feminism focusing solely on the experiences of women in Western attheheels.comlonial feminism seeks to account for the way that racism and the long-lasting political, economic, and cultural effects of colonialism affect non-white, non-Western women in the postcolonial world.
The paper investigates the impact of feminism on British sociology over the last 60 years. It focuses on changes in the intellectual content of the discipline, including epistemology, methodology, theory, concepts and the fields of economy, polity, violence and civil society.
It situates these changes in the context of changes in gendered organisation of .