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Re: The sexist campaign of AdopteUnMec! Feminization of our Society?

Unread Messageby Christophe » 08/09/17, 22:36

Yes I had understood ... provided that dealers and macros spend their dirty money in France ... and in view of the laws anti bleaching French severe enough you can doubt *

In short, the sum, which must be low overall, is it simply measurable ???

* flat, personally I am always amazed that we leave in cars cars 100 000 € young people who have never really bumped (othermenet only in the "dirty" ...) ... since these cars are well insure them or at least register them ...
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Unread Messageby sen-no-sen » 08/09/17, 22:40

Christophe wrote:In short, the sum, which must be low overall, is it simply measurable ???


We are talking about 2 billion euros per year in France for drug trafficking.
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Unread Messageby Christophe » 08/09/17, 22:46

So less than 0.1% of GDP ... Not enough to make lines (of coke recess mdr) : Cheesy:

I think that at the time of the French Connection it was higher in% of the GDP ...

Well, we're stuck in feminism there ... no?
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Unread Messageby Christophe » 09/09/17, 01:49

Interesting little story http://www.lemonde.fr/big-browser/artic ... 32693.html

(...)
In an interview with FastCompany, the two creators say that investors were initially skeptical: they thought the idea "cute" but doubted its success. Because Kate Dwyer and Penelope Gazin are women. And often, they feel it: their collaborators, investors and designers, have complicated exchanges with them.

"These collaborators, almost all male, often responded to us late, and in a summary and vaguely disrespectful way," they describe. For example, a developer responded to an e-mail with "OK, girls ...".

The two women then decide to invent a third member to their team: Keith Mann, presented as co-founder and now responsible for communication by e-mail. And as soon as this fictional man appears, everything changes.

(...)


But in my opinion it feels the blow of advertising gratos ...

It's funny, because I, since 20 years I use the Internet, the vast majority of commercial e-mails are signed by women (falsely for the most part) ... and whose first name often ends up with an "A" "... (Studies have shown that female names ending in A had more sex appeal ...) ...
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Unread Messageby nico239 » 09/09/17, 02:26

This is because in Mom there are A Image
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Unread Messageby Macro » 13/09/17, 09:35

Christophe wrote:Yes I had understood ... provided that dealers and macros spend their dirty money in France ... and in view of the laws anti bleaching French severe enough you can doubt *

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With each withdrawal or transfer of species that I make to my bank see international transfer ... I am asked a reason ... Since always I reply in words of the big anything ... It has been prostitution of my wife, my children, buying or selling stupefying .... And even I sank into the gore by putting a foix "selling a kidney of my son to organ traffic" .... I n I have never been worried ... But good in my bank branch they have spotted me ... I even suspect to write something else on their papelard while I tell them a bullshit ...

As for the money of prostitution ... the state is indeed the first maqueraux (and not macro Christophe) because these ladies in order to benefit from social insurance often declare an activity of independent worker (masseuse, hotesse, ............) to the social services and fisceaux .... well they must forget to count a little currency ... But (not on the foreigners who tap heavy weight on the edges of nationals) they declare .... When almonds paid for racbling or by the customer ... Ben direction the crates ..
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Unread Messageby Christophe » 14/09/17, 22:44

Tonight in 15 minutes on Survey Complement: http://www.francetvinfo.fr/replay-magaz ... 62281.html

No doubt a lot of figures on drug trafficking in the 93 ... the title is rather evocative:

"Additional investigation". 93: the indispensable shit industry


Trafficking cannabis in Seine-Saint-Denis would yield 1 billion euros of turnover per year and would use 100 000 "employees".
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Unread Messageby Christophe » 18/09/17, 13:14

Here is some evidence that Men and Women are very different and will certainly be ALWAYS (sorry Ladies Feminists you will never be a man ...) : Cheesy:

Good if some men recognize themselves in not the right part ah bin ... Now what you know! : Cheesy:

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Unread Messageby Christophe » 11/10/17, 12:29

Heard on radio La Premiere at the moment, a debate to come http://www.rtbf.be/radio/liveradio/lapremiere

A new fad of some womenSteS:

Feminist associations consider the French language misogynistic because the masculine prevails over the feminine and wants to propose reforms ...

There I am divided between the spite of give an audience to this kind of ideas and one feeling of frank fun... kind but Hello what!
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Unread Messageby Christophe » 11/10/17, 12:58

Belgium already spoke about it in 2016 and apparently the idea is not new (1978 my god ...): http://www.levif.be/actualite/sciences/ ... 03701.html

The French language, as beautiful as it is, is full of sexist clichés, it's a fact. She crystallizes them as already noticed in 1978, Marina Yaguello in her book "The words and the women": "The language is a cultural mirror, which fixes the symbolic representations and echoes of the prejudices and the stereotypes, at the same time the time it feeds and maintains these ".

Today, it is now Davy Borde's turn to criticize spelling and grammar in "Let's get out of the tongue, advocating against sexism in the French language". The author tells Cheek Magazine that "50% of men are women", even if the language and its use make them invisible.

The masculine wins

This basic rule of grammar is probably the most striking example of sexism in the French language. Not surprisingly, it is a man who introduced it, Claude Fabre de Vaugelas, member of the French Academy. He writes in 1647: "The masculine gender being the most noble must prevail whenever the masculine and the feminine are together". An aberration for Davy Borde: "Why write '1000 men and a woman got together' and still '1000 women and a man got together'?"

As if that were not enough, another grammarian of the French Academy, Nicolas Beauzée, pushes the nail a century later justifying this rule by: "The masculine gender is considered more noble than the feminine because of the superiority from the male to the female ". Needless to say, the French Academy accepted women only in 1980 when it was founded in 1635.

Louis-Nicolas Bescherelle, the man who gave his name to the sacred book by all French teachers, wrote a few centuries later in his book La grammaire nationale: "Masculinity always announces a great and noble idea."

Attempts for women to go against this sexist principle have all been in vain. Already in 1789, during the French Revolution, they asked the National Assembly that: "All sexes and all beings must be and are equally noble". It goes without saying that men have played the deaf ears since today still this grammar rule is taught to all students.

Davy Borde believes she is "pedagogically complex and symbolically misogynistic". In his plea, he asks for the abandonment of this sexist rule justified by unfounded and medieval arguments.
"Madam President"

This sentence was pronounced by the french deputy Julien Aubert in 2014. He was addressing Sandrine Mazetier, Speaker of the sitting of the National Assembly. For Davy Borde, he has an undeniable link between "grammatical and social gender". French grammar clearly separates the man from the woman and this is reflected in many common names such as the register of trades for example. Thus, there is no feminine term "fireman" highlighting the cliché that it is a male job. Despite the feminization of certain terms, few people employ them, so much are these misogynistic clichés of the French language anchored in the collective unconscious.
"Woman" and sexist prejudices

The author demonstrates in his book how French vocabulary is sexed and how it conveys a large number of sexist prejudices, especially in the lexical field of the word "woman". Indeed, Davy Borde remarks that the term "man" refers to both a male person and the whole of humanity. On the other hand, the word "woman" refers to a female person and a wife. Thus, the author highlights the fact that, even in the vocabulary, the woman is constantly subordinated to the man, because returned to her role of wife.

As the author points out in her book, the term "woman" has a sexual connotation. The origin of the word dates back to the nineteenth century, when women were referred to as "sex". Many adjectives or common nouns refer to sex when they are feminine for example: masseuse, slut or bitch, feminine guy!

Davy Borde also returns to a consequence of this rule which is widely debated, the use of the term "miss". Indeed, it has long been used to describe an unmarried woman, because once the ring on her finger, she turned into a "lady". But single or married men are satisfied with a "gentleman". Where it was important to specify the marital status of the woman, the man is exempted.

The militant author notes that "the questions raised by the grammatical gender are not THE problem whose resolution will make it possible to put an end to patriarchy", nevertheless the "symbolic non-neutrality deserves to be criticized and even fought". The book reminds us that language influences society and vice versa. For its author: "It is high time to continue the assault undertaken for centuries against the archaisms politically problematic of the French language". A language and uses "in opposition to the egalitarian and emancipatory vision of the feminist movement," according to Davy Borde.

By Axelle Verstraeten


: Cheesy: : Cheesy: : Cheesy:

Well, I suggest to all those who consider the French language misogynistic to forget French, to learn Arabic and to live according to their customs! : Mrgreen: : Mrgreen: : Mrgreen:
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