National Geographic has shown its hand as a globalist propaganda front this month, with its latest little gem by Mr. Joel Achenbach, titled “Why Do Many Reasonable People Doubt Science.” This piece follows the same line of attacks that we see from the mainstream-left, which I will call Science-as-affectation. In arguments like these, the word “science” is used, not as a method for representing what is empirically testable, observable and repeatable, but as an attack-modality, a form of propaganda-slang that is casually thrown around as means of dissing one’s enemies.
The Social Media Lynch Mob
It was hailed as the dawn of the ‘Web 2.0’ era. The internet was (again) regarded as humankind’s most significant bastion of free speech and personal expression. What is it becoming? An angry mob of hyper-sensitive, overreactive twitterites who seem hell-bent on breathing new life into the once-distasteful cause known as “political correctness.”
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Should Hillary Clinton be selected by the New World Order banking interests as the next puppet-in-chief, we can assuredly expect to see renewed interest in militant feminism across America. Perhaps not coincidentally Facebook COO and longtime Hillary supporter Sheryl Sandberg has launched the latest Politically-Correct PR stunt: #BanBossy.
The message of the #BanBossy campaign is, in a nutshell, that girls are disproportionately discouraged from taking on leadership roles because they were called cruel names like “bossy” when they were children. “By middle school, girls are less interested in leadership than boys,” so claims the slickly-produced video meme:
The facts, however, belie the cult-victim status that women and girls have claimed for themselves. According to Christina Hoff-Sommers, author of meticulously sourced books like The War Against Boys and Who Stole Feminism, “Women in the United States now earn 62 percent of associate’s degrees, 57 percent of bachelor’s degrees, 60 percent of master’s degrees, and 52 percent of doctorates.” (Source: The Atlantic, 2013)