Judging our judges
In books about Human Experimentation, the point is made that when experimenting on humans, it should be done with informed consent.
If we don’t have a good idea of what outcomes are expected, then we are experimenting.
If we are experimenting, then we should investigate our proposal carefully, before the start of the experiment and monitor outcomes as the experiment unfolds. This enables us, if the outcomes turn out different to what we expected, to terminate the experiment, alter it and to arrange suitable treatment, for the victims of the experiment. (Lets hope we didn’t kill them?)
These points are well brought out, at the very end of the following article:
Feminism has betrayed an entire generation of women into childlessness. It is devastating.
But far from taking responsibility for any of this, the leaders of the women’s movement close ranks against anyone who dares to question them – as I have learned to my cost. I don’t want to hurt my mother, but I cannot stay silent. I believe feminism is an experiment, and all experiments need to be assessed on their results. Then, when you see huge mistakes have been paid, you need to make alterations.
After 30 years of relationship vandalism, the familycaught and Government have not yet carried out even the simplest, most basic evaluation of the performance of this arm of the civil service.
The issues are fraught and not as straightforward as we might like. Should I leave the last word to a woman?
Camille Paglia wrote:
‘Masculinity is aggressive, unstable, combustible. It is also the most creative cultural force in history. Women must reorient themselves toward the elemental powers of sex, which can strengthen or destroy.’
‘There is no female Mozart, because there is no female Jack the Ripper’
The guts is, how much truth is there and how much untruth?
Do put in your effort, to give our children the best.
Best regards, MurrayBacon – insatiable axe-murderer.