The World Health Organization has increasingly complex tasks. WHO management has decided to request help to rename monkeypox, “part of our efforts to discourage misconceptions associated with the current name,” reports Bloomberg. “WHO is organizing an open consultation to establish a new name for monkeypox. Anyone who wants to propose new names can do so,” says the WHO, which has a special online portal where people can propose new names. “The virus was discovered in 1958, when there was no good practice guide for naming diseases and viruses,” the WHO website says.
The WHO decided to break with those retrograde times, and the results were not long in coming. On August 12, WHO announced that he found a new way to name variants of the monkeypox virus. Thus, for the variant from the Congo Basin, the name Variant I will be adopted, for the West African version, the name Variant II will be adopted. And the WHO announces that “the new names will enter into force immediately”, assuring us that “work will continue to rename the disease and the virus”.
We can rest assured, the monkey pox is as it were eradicated in the most important plane of our life – the ideological one. If this is the goal of mankind, we can rest easy because Western civilization will be eradicated, he suggests Paul Craig Roberts.
“When I was a student, the principals of the schools and the managements of the universities totally supported the teachers. It was felt that once teachers were accused by students, the discipline of teaching would disappear, as would control over grades, standards, and curricula.
That’s what happened. The teacher’s activity no longer consists in transmitting information and ideas that challenge the students’ intelligence, but in avoiding accusations from neo-Marxists, feminists, blacks, homosexuals and transgender people. Today, using a gender pronoun can cost you your university career.
It all started with the sexual revolution. Feminists accused teachers of sexual harassment, and novels like Madame Bovary were indexed. Then black Americans realized they could be offended by almost anything, and “I’m offended” became the way to control all teachers and the content of any course. Homosexuals realized that they could find evidence of homophobia in certain courses. Today, gender pronouns are taboo, and men are allowed to use women’s toilets and compete in women’s sports. This process has gone so far that even the mathematics departments of the universities are accused that this discipline is racist, a tool of white supremacy. The history of the Great Discoveries, the American Civil War, slavery has been rewritten to suit current propaganda. Schools and universities teach white students that they are racist. It is almost impossible to get a university degree if you have a positive attitude towards Western civilization. Students cannot remain positive about whites and the founding fathers of the USA. Even their memorial houses, like Thomas Jefferson’s, are used to denigrate them.
Universities are dysfunctional. Much of the budget is consumed by administrators. There is a president who deals with donations, vice presidents, chancellors, vice chancellors, deans, associate deans, and other officials who monitor course content, offenses, sexual abuse, racism, counselors who care about the feelings of sensitive students. Universities are Kafkaesque.
Universities no longer have the role of transmitting the culture and values of a country from one generation to another. The positive affirmations that held the country together were destroyed by influences that came to dominate education. Now education is a form of brainwashing, indoctrination contrary to our history and culture. Now you can get a degree in English literature without having read a line of Shakespeare. Graduates can no longer read classical literature, because they have no idea about the values, metaphors and morality of those times.
One consequence is the change in people’s character. I have a friend who loves to travel and has found that he can constantly travel testing athletes. After sport became a business, so did the practice of doping. Between the gold medal and the silver medal there can be a difference of hundredths of a second, but also a difference of millions of dollars, visibility and career opportunities. Material reward is more important than integrity, and many athletes use drugs to gain an advantage. Therefore, testing becomes mandatory.
In other words, the participants in a sports competition are all suspected of cheating and must prove their innocence by passing the anti-doping test. In other times, during the Olympics after the First World War, the athletes would have considered such a practice as a great insult, an impertinence, and would have refused to participate in the event. Now, this is no longer an insult. Being insulted is a condition of participation.
At the beginning of the 20th century, the Olympics were an amateur competition. The USSR was criticized for fielding athletes who trained in daylight, professional athletes who took most of the Olympic medals for the USSR. Improved training and equipment led to momentary advantages. That leads to a question about the fight against doping. If everyone doped, they would compete on an equal footing…
I am not a supporter of doping. What worries me is that in an era of equality, the natural advantage will come to be seen as unfair, and the best athletes will be penalized. We already see this in Formula One racing. The advantage of a lighter car is not allowed, all engines must be almost the same, and the outcome of the race depends more on the strategy of changing tires and the speed of the team changing them.
Just as today teachers can no longer teach without fearing for their careers and athletes must accept implicit insults to participate in a competition, so telling the truth will lead to its censoring by those who control propaganda. This is what the world that eradicates Western civilization looks like.”
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