Wednesday, January 20, 2010

The blog is moving

The blog is moving.  From now on it will be at http://www.antifeministtech.info.  From now on go there.  Be sure to update your RSS readers and blogrolls.

Monday, January 18, 2010

The Spearhead: Boy’s Science Project Mistaken for Bomb, Boy Remanded for “Counseling”

(My latest post at the Spearhead is up.  As always comments are disabled here.  Comment about this post at the Spearhead.)

The San Diego Union Tribune reports that an 11 year old boy's personal science project was mistaken for a bomb. An 11 year old boy who attends Millennial Tech Magnet Middle School in San Diego was working on a personal science project to build some type of motion detector. He made the mistake of bringing it to his school. A vice principal at Millennial Tech saw the boy showing the device to other students at the school, and believing it was a bomb, IED, or some other type of harmful device put the school under lockdown and brought in the San Diego Police. Later the school was evacuated, and the device was scanned and determined to be harmless. The boy's house and garage was checked by fire officials to make sure there was nothing harmful or explosive. Obviously, there wasn't. While there will be no prosecutions (since no actual laws were violated), authorities are still "recommending" that both the boy and the parents "get counseling" because the boy supposedly violated some school policy.

One aspect of female supremacism is prosecuting a war on boys. This case is a stellar example of that. It's safe to say that if an 11 year old girl brought a personal science project to school, it would be held as proof of "female empowerment". However, since a boy did it, the police were called in, his house was searched for chemicals and explosive materials, and he (along with his parents) was remanded for "counseling" since they couldn't find anything.

It's even worse than it seems, because this is a tech magnet school. By definition a tech magnet school will have students who are interested in technology, engineering, and science. Trying to build electronic devices such a motion detector, as this boy did, should be considered typical - and even praiseworthy - for a student in such a school. Instead, any outside interest in science, engineering, and technology by boys is quashed by school authorities. If you wonder why the scientific, technological, and engineering fields are moving to Asia, just consider that what female supremacism is doing to boys is a huge part of it. Of course, with the export of feminism, Asia's leadership in science, engineering, and technology will be short-lived, because boys will likely be treated with the same distrust and hatred in Asia as they are here in the near future.

Thursday, January 14, 2010

Avatar: Biology still isn't magic

I wrote a comment to the Spearhead post on the movie, Avatar:
While Avatar is leftist propaganda for all the reasons described in this post, its worse than that. There is no way the Navi could have naturally evolved on Pandora and not be in the worst kind of poverty that we have ever seen. Their lives would be nasty, brutish, and short. Imagine the real life of a cave man or observe the poorest places in the world to get an idea of what their lives would be really like.
At one point the main character says that humans have nothing to offer the Navi. That's right because the Navi are luddites who would rather remain completely ignorant of everything around them pretending its one step above pure magic. The Navi have no interest in not just technology, but knowledge and civilization. Of course, given how primitive the Navi are, all the humans on Pandora would have to do is wait until a famine or a plague and then they would have things the Navi want.
Or imagine if something worse happens like an asteroid falling on Pandora taking out enough of Ewa to shut it down. Then what will the Navi do? It's not like they could fix anything because they treat it as one step above magic. The Navi are completely dependent on Ewa for everything. This will get them sooner or later. One disaster is all it will take.
We hear this all the time that the poorest people in the world (or the Navi) are better off because they live a "simpler life" and "closer to nature". It's all bunk whether its in a technologically advanced movie or not. Really, Avatar is slap in the face of anyone who has ever worked to make their lives and the lives of other people better.
I was thinking about this, and Avatar hits on something that I have said before.  Biology is not magic.  The Navi treat their ability to link to animals and trees on Pandora as being "connected" to Ewa.  Such a thing would be all but impossible evolve naturally which means someone designed it.  The Navi are afraid of understanding how anything on Pandora actually works.  In other words they think biology is magic.  In reality Ewa is probably just a computer system for regulating Pandora.  It's a BioGeoComputer, a computer that spans a planet (or a moon in this case) using biotech, but it's a computer none the less.

Treating biology as magic is fundamentally female supremacist.  To believe that idea is to believe that women and women alone have some sort of mystical power of life (because women give birth to babies).  Thus the person that believes biology is magic believes that women are fertility goddesses.  Biology can be observed, experimented on, and replicated like everything else in the universe.  There is nothing special about biology.  When you understand how biology works, you understand that women aren't doing anything special in creating life.  It may not be obvious, but knowing such things helps to depedestalize women.

Going back to the movie Avatar, the Navi fundamentally have female ideals because they don't want knowledge.  Feminists and other female supremacists don't want men to have knowledge for similar reasons.  Whether its game or just being able to compare notes on how women are acting, knowledge is power.  This is the reality that stands in stark contrast to all of the ideas that the Avatar movie promotes.

Monday, January 11, 2010

Slut Spill in California

I found this new video from The Onion about a highly concentrated slut spill in California:


If this could happen near me, I think its time to invest in a biohazard suit.

Sunday, January 10, 2010

The Beginning of Ramping up the False Rape Industry to Combat Game?

My latest post at The Spearhead is up.  As with all of my Spearhead posts, comment on the post over at The Spearhead.

At some point feminists (and other female supremacists) are going to develop new tactics to combat game. The Fifth Horseman has said that ramping up the false rape industry is one possibility. Based on a couple of things I have recently come across, this looks like it could happen.

The first is related to the Duke Lacrosse case. A few months ago, Duke University revised their “sexual misconduct” policy. While the Duke Lacrosse case was one reason this was done, another was that the reported cases of “sexual misconduct” at Duke had declined slightly. Ada Gregory, director of the Women’s Center at Duke University, had an absurd explanation for this fact saying, “The higher IQ, the more manipulative they are, the more cunning they are ... imagine the sex offenders we have here at Duke—cream of the crop.” In other words, because Duke has intelligent men attending, they can get away with rape (and other “sexual misconduct”) because they use their intelligence to convince the women they raped that they weren’t really raped at all. Effectively, Gregory is claiming that when it comes to intelligent men, most women won’t be able to determine that they were really raped because intelligent men can “trick” women into believing that they weren’t raped.

The new “sexual misconduct” policy also informs the Women’s Center at Duke of any “sexual misconduct” allegation and the Women’s Center is involved at every step of the process. The policy also contains language about how “real or perceived power differentials between individuals may create an unintentional atmosphere of coercion.” Effectively, Duke’s new policy claims that rape can’t be determined by the alleged victim, but by third parties (such as the ideologically driven “Women’s Center”).

What does this have to do with game? These ideas can be used to ramp up the false rape industry to combat game. One thing I have heard from some people is that a false rape charge can’t happen when you use game, because good enough game will protect you. While this is debatable (and I don’t think there is any guarantee of this), let’s assume it is true. The problem becomes that this is no longer about a man and a woman. As the Duke “sexual misconduct” policy says, third parties (which we can assume are anti-male) will get involved. This is the key, because instead of dealing with a single woman, you’re dealing with an entrenched feminist bureaucracy so feminists won’t have to worry about minor problems such as women believing they consented to sex. Feminists will claim that using game implies a certain level of intelligence that allows a man with game to convince a woman sex was consensual. This will lead feminists to claim that using game is rape. In addition, feminists can also claim that game creates a “real or perceived power differential” which means that a man with game raped a woman even though he had no intention to do so.

Recently, Obsidian wrote a post concerning Denise Romano and her views of game. This led to her spamming The Spearhead, Obsidian’s blog, Ferdinand’s blog, and others with a comment about rape. Spam is the correct word to describe what Denise Romano did since her comments had nothing to do with the issues being discussed, and in the case of Ferdinand’s blog her comment was added to a post about his blog’s comment policy, making it true spam in every sense of the word. What Denise Romano is most likely trying to do is imply that men with game are effectively rapists. While we all know that’s a crock, this is the beginning of using the false rape industry to combat game. We have nothing to worry about from Denise Romano since she is doing it so poorly, but other feminists in the future may do it better.

Thursday, January 7, 2010

Proof that the Republican Party is less than useless

Those of you familiar with me know that I have long said that the only difference between feminists and "anti-feminist" women is their positions on abortion (and now gay marriage).  Women who claim to be against feminism have no problem with 99% of the feminist agenda.

If you don't believe me, I have absolute proof now in this article from Pajamas Media about how Obama's policies are damaging women the most.  Yes, this was written by nine Republican female Congressional representatives.  Here is the ultimate piece of BS from these nine Republican women:
Since the president took office on January 20, about one million women have lost their jobs and today the unemployment rate among women is at the highest level in over 25 years.
Given that 80% of job losses have been men (hence the mancession) this means that that four million men have lost their jobs since Obama has been President.  What are these Republican women, these stooges of patriarchy (since they're Republicans), doing about that?  That's right, a lot of NOTHING.

Farther down the article is some babble about mammograms not happening due to Obama's attempt at taking over healthcare.  They seem to be implying that men somehow benefit from a government takeover of healthcare.  Actually, they probably agree with Susan Walsh that men aren't supposed to go to the doctor (since there is a more important woman that needs to see the doctor) unless he is slaving away for a woman.

At the very least there are plenty of comments to this article that get it.  Here is a really good one:
And I’d bet not one of these genius “congresswomyn” understands why people are so angry with the nitwit Republican Party.
This is why no man with any testosterone at all will ever vote for a feminist candidate. Feminists will NOT represent all of the people, just their favored half. They only care about pitting women against men.
The modern American woman is the most pampered, over-privileged, spoiled class of people in human history and yet the confrontational grasping, scheming and bitching never ends.
I'm sure these Republican "congresswomyn" will tell you over and over how they are "against feminist".  Yet, they clearly have no problem with 99% of the feminist agenda or the feminist style of doing things.

Tuesday, January 5, 2010

MTV's Jersey Shore: Did MTV setup Vinny to be kicked off?

If you have been reading this blog or other blogs in this part of the internet, then you already know about MTV's Jersey Shore reality series.  Since the last time I wrote a post about it, they showed the episode where a guy punches out "Snooki".  Of course, the decided to black out the actual punch for some reason that just proves MTV has their heads up their asses.  If you want to see the punch that MTV wouldn't show you, its in the middle of the video below:


The police were on the scene immediately and arrested the guy.  Of course, MTV had to put up a PSA about domestic violence at the end of the episode even though NO DOMESTIC VIOLENCE ACTUALLY OCCURED since Snooki didn't know the guy.  Plus, Snooki did something really stupid by getting in the drunk guys face and bitching about how he was taking their drinks.

In the next episode we find out, that The Situation was buying the puncher and his friends drinks in some attempt to diffuse any situation that might arise.  It didn't work obviously.  Of course, that means that Snooki shouldn't have gotten in that guy's face since The Situation had covered their drinks.  After the punch, the guy was arrested, but Ronnie, Pauly, and Vinny wanted to find the puncher's friends and beat them up.  They also bitched about The Situation for not going along with this during the episode and during the bonus clips.  The Situation was the only one with enough sense to think that attacking random guys was a bad idea.

On top of all this we see J-Woww (the extra w is for extra whoring around) attack some girl for calling either her or Snooki fat.  MTV didn't edit that out at all.  I guess MTV thinks violence is all right only when women do it.  MTV does seem to be consistent on this point because in their Teen Mom series one of the teen moms actually attacks her boyfriend/fiance & father of her child in what would actually be called domestic violence.  Nothing was edited out and MTV didn't run a PSA about domestic violence after that show.

Nothing MTV does surprises me.  Over at MarkyMark's blog he was talking about another part of this episode, and I realized something interesting.  One of the guys, Vinny, we have hardly seen until this episode.  We saw him in the introduction, but between then and now we only saw him when he got pink eye.  Vinny even though he's the youngest is also the most mature of all the housemates and possibly the smartest.  Chances are we haven't seen much of him because he realizes that he's being filmed so he doesn't do anything stupid that will be broadcast across the world and recorded for eternity.

In this episode, we see Vinny hook up with a cougar.  Later Vinny finds out that the cougar was the girlfriend of their landlord/boss for the summer.  We haven't seen the aftermath of this yet (and won't until the next episode), but it looks like Vinny is going to have to leave.

I have a theory about what happened that I initially posted a MarkyMark's blog.  I think that MTV may have setup Vinny to get kicked off the show.  When Vinny is talking about how the cougar is Danny's (the landord/boss) girlfriend, he's right there so how did he not know what his girlfriend was doing?  If you watch the episode, the whole thing seems very bizarre, and MTV has a motive for wanting to get rid of Vinny since Vinny doesn't generate any drama for them.  MarkyMark pointed out how someone who claimed to live in Seaside Heights, NJ (where the show is filmed) said that Danny (the landlord/boss) doesn't actually work for or own the T-shirt shop the housemates are working at but is actually an employee of Viacom (MTV's parent corporation).  That makes everything that happened very suspicious.  Why is the girlfriend of a Viacom employee going cougar to go after one of the housemates on this show?  We'll see what happens to Vinny on the next episode, but I think Vinny was setup by MTV to be kicked off the show.