Doubling Down on Demographics: Invisibility

Trump administration scrubbed lesbian & bi women’s health info from government website

this is why it will not pass, it will get worse

Lest We Forget

I’m getting sick of the fallacy that progress is inevitable

I was replying to a marthon sock puppet

assuring that “this too will pass”

which is a direct WW2 reference; Lest We Forget

and that poster/comment is removed now

conservatives are the status quo to overcome

they are anti demographics, anti science and anti art

they are for social inequality and puritanical social control over private personal matters of health care and identity.

conservatives can look like anyone, every demographic’s got them

it’s not a fallacy.

when I was a kid in the 1970s, the adults acted as if the world has pinnacled

leaving only decadence and social decay – to which, those would point to marriage equality as evidence.

the world’s population was 3.5 billion people.

computers changed everything by making more accessible thus immediate
however, in terms of actual work productivity, that is down.

the world got smaller in the 1990s internet, the way that tv shrunk the world in the 1960s, when wars and famines became televised. so, the internet, let more of the world get to first hand see, what the rest had been up to.

then 9/11 and the world’s population is over 7 billion people

so, if we do not find a way to stop fighting over who’s invisible friend gets to control everyone’s genitals; progress is impossible

and only the end of the technological era is assured

There’s an Einstein quote about world war four being fought with sticks and stones, eh?

because if it’s not people vs people unable to use words to resolve differences of ideas

it’s going to be solar flare or natural disaster taking out aged infrastructure operating on legacy computers with failing software because cheapest bidders, no maintenance unfair wages serve the interest of the stock holders,

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