It can be real in most countries around the world.It is probably fake (I cannot imagine it to be real), but this says a lot about the level of dumbness/superficiality we've descended to as a culture, that this is even ''entertaining'' instead of wise men smacking them on the head and sending them into the fields to do something productive.
There is no true Scotsman.It is time to leave society behind. Keyword here is normalize.
Teachers in Scotland will be given 'white privilege' lessons and 'anti-racism learning resources' to help 'decolonise' the school curriculum
- The new guidance has been issued by Education Scotland
- They call for young children to be given books, 'dolls and figures' and 'dressing up clothes' which 'normalise diversity'
- It also promotes 'decolonising' the curriculum to challenge alleged biases
Education Scotland has introduced the new guidance over fears that groups impacted by racism are not currently sufficiently represented in the curriculum.www.dailymail.co.uk
I think it's fantastic propaganda if you tie it to the Biden-Harris administration, not just Biden or the Biden admin. Delegitimize everything, not just the current figurehead.Wondering how you guys feel about this. Seems very clowny to me, in the sense that our women caring far more about dogs and virtue signaling about dogs than having children and caring for them is emblematic of why white people in the English-speaking West are doomed unless something changes dramatically, and soon.
I'm pretty sure most people in the world outside of very well-fed white countries don't understand going to Afghanistan to rescue dogs at all. I don't know if this woman has children of her own, but my best guess would be not. If she does, dogs are obviously more important to her.
A Tennessee woman who owns an animal rescue center in Kabul was not allowed passage home by the Department of Defense because she carried a disabled puppy in her arms — one of 130 animals she was ordered to leave behind in the final days of airlifts.news.yahoo.com
Yes, this. I like dogs. They're fun and cute when trained and raised correctly and as you pointed out, can actually be useful in some situations. However, I've had people I know assume that I hate them, just because I don't have a dog myself and don't think of dogs as being equal in value to human beings.There was a survey that found half of Americans would choose to rescue their dog instead of a stranger in a life or death situation. If you are reading this and are one of those people, you need to repent. That person may have needed more time to save their soul, something a dog doesn't have to worry about.