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The West has gone through many eras – the so-called Dark Ages, the Renaissance, the Enlightenment, the Industrial Revolution and Postmodernism. The current era is that of the absurd.
As for the absurdities in which the intellectual elites believe and have convinced the masses to believe, there has never been a time like now. Here’s a list of the most ridiculous things that come to my mind.
1 – Men give birth Heading the list has to be the redefinition radical – in fact, the denial – of sex and gender, which gives rise to surreal statements such as “men give birth”, “men menstruate”, “people who give birth”, in place of “woman” and who take the parks from Disney to abandon “ladies and gentlemen” and “girls and boys” when addressing visitors.
2 – It is fair to allow biological males to compete in female competitions
We are led to believe that biological men do not have an innate physical advantage when competing against women. This is held to be true by every elite university in the United States and virtually every other institution of its kind, as well as high schools and the press.
3 – Kill the police and crime will decrease
We are led to believe that a smaller police force will result in a decrease in violent crime. Any ten year old child knows this is absurd.
4 – Racial segregation is anti-racist. Whoever is against segregation is racist Columbia University and other institutions of higher learning have black-only dormitories and black-only courses. They argue that racial segregation is not racist. If you are against this, you are racist.
5 – “Latinx”
As human sexuality would be “non-binary”, the differentiations of gender in languages must be neutralized. Latinos, for example, should be called “Latinx”. The fact that no one in Latin America uses it does not embarrass the “New York Times” or the universities.
6 – Your race is important One of the least important aspects of human beings is the color of their skin. Giving importance to this is the same as giving importance to the color of your shoes.
The insignificance of the color of the skin is easily demonstrable. From a person’s skin color, what do you know about them? The answer, of course, is “nothing”. If I know your race, I don’t know anything about you anymore. And if I believe I can define you based on your race, it’s because I’m racist.