Tuesday, August 8, 2017

Prosecuting Blasphemy

The notion it’s possible that men and women could have biological differences that could make them more inclined to pursue certain career paths shouldn't sound anymore controversial then women are more inclined to sit when they pee then men. But James Damore is not the first person to lose his job for suggesting such a idea. 

In 2005, Harvard University President Lawrence Summers was forced to resign after suggesting “innate differences” between men and women could be one possible explanation for the gender gap in the sciences. Earlier this year, Paul Griffiths, Warren Professor of Catholic Theology at Duke University, was compelled to resign after questioning the value of diversity training in an email.

Is it appropriate to treat the suggestion of the idea as blasphemy? It is right when the Idea conflicts with one's religious faith, and that is what Social Justice has become to many people.  As more and more institutions and businesses are either led by or fear intimidation by SJW, there is an extremely intense, fundamental social justice religion that's taking over and is prosecuting blasphemy, and this is where we are. Scientifically accurate or not.