From: Norway (Source not identified)
Commentary: Pit Bull
Via: The Honor Network
(Funny, But Still Just Another Sign of the Coming Gender War)
Urination Will Go to Committee
A local [Norway] decision that schoolboys must sit on toilet seats when urinating has provoked political debate. The head of The Democrats Party, a splinter group of former Progress Party hardliners, Vidar Kleppe, is outraged that boys at Dvergsnes School in Kristiansand have to sit and pee.
Kleppe accuses the school of fiddling with God’s work, and wants the matter discussed at the executive committee level of the local council, newspaper Dagbladet reports.
“When boys are not allowed to pee in the natural way, the way boys have done for generations, it is meddling with God’s work,” Kleppe told the newspaper.
“It is a human right not to have to sit down like a girl,” Kleppe said.
Principal Anne Lise Gjul at Dvergsnes School would not comment on Kleppe’s plans to make political waves and regretted if anyone was offended by the ban on standing and passing water.
Gjul told NRK (Norwegian Broadcasting) that the young boys are simply not good enough at aiming, and the point was to have a pleasant toilet that could be used by both boys and girls.
Pit Bull: Boys have never been good at aiming and women have been demanding we keep the seat down (for they don’t like to look where they sit at this time), and thus brought on their yellow streak that has never really left them (despite Hollywood’s preference for women who “kick ass”). This is gradualism of small matters in the extreme: First, push for the seat being placed down. Second, demand men wipe the seat, and finally train the little boys to sit down like the enlightened ones and thus in a few generations have all men sit like a dog on long term command.
In the women’s world the big becomes small and the small becomes big (Celtic Druid). The education system continues to lose its competitive, logical and profitable aspects and becomes centered on expressing feelings, writing pretty and not settling problems directly. Nothing is too unimportant to micro-manage as if it were important with the use of deconstructionism.