Terrorists or not, I think we can all agree that the latest news of the demise of the terrorist leader of Boko Haram is something we should all have sympathy for.
This is sad and it is embarrassing.
No one deserves to have something like this happen to them – not even a terrorist leader.
The media should be ashamed for mocking this man.
I’m just joshing you.
This is the real headline – with an extra word.
I guess that’s not a very funny joke. For some reason, I almost died laughing.
I don’t know that this “blew himself up” story is true. With all of this stuff about terrorists, it always seems like some kind of CIA fake news hoax.
But who cares? I don’t care. I mean, in theory, these African terrorist groups exist in order to justify US military intervention in Africa. But that’s the only way it could possibly affect my life.
Did you know that the name “Boko Haram” translates as “school is evil”?
This is a one issue group that thinks girls should not be in school and should instead be making babies. They argue that educating women is unnatural and a waste of a womb.
I’ve always said that when they do their raids stealing girls from schools, they should be blasting Alice Cooper’s “School’s Out” from their Jeeps.
That would be so awesome.
Now, as we know, there are already more than enough Africans. I don’t think anyone in Africa really needs to be worried about wasting wombs.
However, in a general sense, they raise a pretty important question: is it a good idea to be sending girls to school? What purpose does this actually serve? What is the end goal of replacing the workforce with women, when we already have such high unemployment – which is scheduled to go much higher in coming decades as a result of automation?
Why should women not get married early and make families?
Of course, just like with every other basic, logical question you can ask of the modern system, if you ask this question, you will not get an answer. Instead, you will be called names. That is the new order of public discourse: questions are not answered, and you are instead attacked and called names for daring to ask the question.
But the question nevertheless hangs in the air: what is the purpose of feminism, other than to destroy society?
Is anyone able to name a single benefit to anyone that has resulted from this project?
Some women might claim that it has benefited them, but I don’t think you can take the claims of a woman on face value. Statistically, all women were happier before this project began.
In fact, women’s happiness has dipped lower than men’s.
Studies have also consistently shown that married people are much happier than unmarried people – and that happiness with marriage goes up in middle age and continues to go up into old age.
Every group of unmarried people is significantly less happy than married people, and single people are almost as unhappy as divorced people.
So what has been gained here?
Corporations have to pay people less money when women work, because they’ve doubled the size of the workforce (it’s the same reason they support mass immigration).
But other than corporations, can anyone name a single tangible benefit of the feminist project, to anyone?
Of course, women will never surrender feminism. Women are obsessed with power and control, and you’re never going to talk a woman into believing it is better for them to not have all of this power and control. Furthermore, there is no way to take this power and control away from women, given that they have so much outsized power in society.
But here’s the thing: we are facing a total societal collapse, probably relatively soon. Therefore, I think it is worthwhile to discuss what kind of society we want in the future.
I think that it goes without saying that when we rebuild from the ashes of this dead and collapsing empire, we need to have a society where women have no power at all, as was the case all throughout human history before the 19th century.