yeah, A link or some sort of reference would be nice.
If it's true (whatever "they cutting off welfare" exactly means), then I don't think that's a good thing. I'm generally against the "welfare system," but cutting it abruptly is not the proper way to address the problem. Some people are very much dependent on welfare.
An advanced capitalist society could not sustain itself without a welfare system
You keep on expressing your dislike of capitalism, and I keep on telling you that I believe that your understanding of capitalism is flawed. And this might be yet another example.
I'm not sure what you exactly mean by "advanced" and "welfare system," but I would argue that a capitalist society generally thrives well with a very limited "welfare system" or with no "welfare system" at all.
I believe that the kind of welfare system that currentlyknitrates in the United States is counterproductive in regard to the mitigation of poverty, the opportunity for social mobility, and the production of wealth.
Aight ladies, this is the type of shit that's annoying.
CNN)Ariana Grande says she was sexually objectified by a male fan, and she's speaking out about it.
The 23-year-old pop star took to Twitter late Tuesday night to express her "hurt" over an incident that she says took place while she was out with her boyfriend, Mac Miller.
Grande told her over 42 million Twitter followers that there was a "young boy" who followed them to their car and appeared to just want a chance to meet her. That was, she said, until he looked over at her boyfriend and said, "Ariana is sexy as hell man I see you, I see you hitting that!"
"This may not seem like a big deal to some of you," Grande wrote to her fans. "But I felt sick and objectified... I've felt really quiet and hurt since that moment."
Grande went on to say, "I am not a piece of meat that a man gets to utilize for his pleasure. I'm an adult human being in a relationship with a man who treats me with love and respect."
Grande said she felt she needed to speak out to let others know that language like this isn't okay and should not be tolerated. "We need to share and be vocal when something makes us feel uncomfortable because if we don't, it will just continue. We are not objects or prizes we are QUEENS."
I could even understand it if she was some prudish chick that really didn't want to be seen in a sexual way. But didn't this chick just have a video with Minaj where she was prancing around half naked.
So it's cool for females to objectify themselves when it adds to their fame and bank account, but then when they are faced with the natural consequences of that, then its a crisis? Ya'll can't have it both ways.
I haven't been following closely. Other than saying he had a sit down with Trump and likes him, what exactly has Brown been doing to get him labelled as a coon. I mean we're just taking it to another level if a noted activist can be called a coon just because he likes someone you don't like.
So... If I sat down with a Klan member
... and then I said something stupid like:
"I really like this guy.
"They KKK aint so bad. Negros need to give these guys a chance and hear them out."
What would you call me?
Trump ain't a Klansman. Trump is a conman and getting people to like them when no one should is what conmen do. It's crazy to me that Jim Brown thinks Trump is a good guy after sitting down with him, but I wouldn't call him a coon. Ya'll act like Trump didn't have a lot of high profile black people who loved him before all this. You think he's any different now than he was then? The only difference is he said a bunch of racist bull shit to appeal to the racists that he needed to become president. Now he's about to screw all of them and us over like the crooked business man that he is.
I think your real problem is you want me to make a soft argument you want me to soften what I say because it sounds extreme to you.
Objectively speaking history has proved that men are better at the things that actually count like War, leadership and science even art. You can look all throughout history and even in our contemporary times and you won't find too many woman of comparable skills in the fields mentioned.
And if you look Within each Society and judge it by its own standards you will find the same pattern that you find in Western Society..
Namely that men are the ones pushing that Society forward. Women should be able to be free to live up to their potential and there are some women who are better than men but the male gender is overall better at most things of importance... it is what it is sorry I can't be nice about it
What you're saying is just false. Men may have appeared to be better at things like leadership, science, and art throughout history, but that's largely because men are the ones that have had the opportunity. For most of history, at least in the west, women haven't really been able to participate in those things to a major degree. Hell, you could make the same argument about blacks in America. Whites could say that if you look through history they've been better at those things than us in this country, and that might be true, but it kinda ignores all the barriers we had set in front of us. As blacks have gained more opportunities, you'd seen great black leaders, scientists, and artists. The same goes for women. The male dominance is really just a hold over from times when physical might is what determined everything, and in that one area, men are unquestionably superior to women on average.
amongst black people.. black men a better than black woman the pattern I mentioned in my last post still holds. Which is why I said going by the standards of each Society men are still better in the things that count. there is no black female equivalent to Miles Davis, Marcus Garvey or George Washington Carver.
our physical differences and biological differences have real consequences in our motivations and drives.
A lot of cultures in Africa prior to colonization shared responsibility between men and women. The two groups had different responsibilities and roles in leadership, but women weren't relegated to second class the way they have been in the West. And you can't treat the black community in the West as being totally separate from the West. In America the patriarchy has been just as ingrained in the society than the racist institution, hell to some extent, more ingrained. So yeah, there hasn't really been a female Marcus Garvey or a female George Washington Carver, but that's less because black women are incapable of doing things like that and more because black women would have never received the opportunity to rise to those heights given the barriers to them.
Black people black men at the top
White people white men at the top
Chinese people Chinese men at the top
East Indian people East Indian men at the top
Hispanic people Hispanic men at the top.
^^^^^^ this is historical and contemporary reality so you cannot just blame Western Society for it it's always been this way amongst all people.
And I suspect it's because our biological differences force men no matter the circumstances to build ,to succeed, to fight to conquer.... as long as men are around women don't have to have the drive to do any of that. I know that as a man if I don't provide if I don't produce some kind of wealth, stability and safety for myself and for my children and women then I will be s*** in the eyes of other men and woman. However all a woman has to do is be pretty or be willing to give the pussy up and her life can be set.
Which is why today even with all the freedoms woman have women on average still don't work as hard as men in the workforce
Again, much of that is due to the fact that there was a point in all cultures where physical might is what determined who controlled the power. Men were always stronger in that way, so they almost always had the power. It doesn't mean women were stupid or couldn't lead. In fact, when you look at instances where women did get power such as with Hatshepsut or Elizabeth I, they are considered among the best leaders ever of their respective cultures.
I am not one to romanticize African history... all African societies that had women in greater power were more primitive . all the great African societies were patriarchal Mali , songhai even the Zulu.
Physical might still determines who's going to rule because that physicality which is rooted in biology has real life social effects.... big strong men don't act the same as weaker men or women because physicality affect confidence and confidence affects how people perceive you.
And I don't think women are stupid just that they are not as good as men in things that actually count.