Wednesday, October 05, 2016
Women don’t cut it at the top, as the latest female shrinking violet leader, Diane James, attests
Just as I've outlined in my paper, 'The Reasons Why Women Won't Match Men in the Workplace Irrespective of Whatever Action is Taken' (Submission to the Commons select Committee Inquiry, 'Women in the Workplace'), women in general neither make nor want to make leader. [See stevemoxon.co.uk]
Diane James clearly was never leadership material, and became UKIP leader only because she had her arm twisted and very foolishly agreed. No surprise, then, that she's since ducked everything a leader is supposed to do. Look at Andrea Leadsom's eagerness to quit the Conservative race at the very first sign of anything she had to deal with. A risible capitulation. And then there was the utterly pathetic bid by Andjella to contest Jerwammy for the Liebore crown. The sum-total of her 'campaign' seemed to be to have her first name squiggled on her platform on a background of pink – the colour of Hattie Harpie's daft bus to recruit more fembots. And look how she's disappeared without trace.
There is plenty of other current evidence of female leadership ducking and failure. The string of resigning female chairs of the Government's child sex abuse inquiry, for a start. And what about the current new clutch of women Ministers? The dire – to say the least – Tory Conference inaugural speech by Liz Truss as the new Justice Secretary had to be heard to be believed. As even would-be sympathetic commentators writing for the Telegraph and Mail agreed, a Stepford Wife would have been less wooden. Ditto the new Culture Secretary, Karen Bradley. And the post of Education Secretary has been inhabited by a string of useless women. Justine Greening, for goodness sake. But what about Nicky Morgan for someone out of her depth? Like a juvenile rabbit caught in the headlights. At least the dreadfully arrogant Anna Soubry has gone. But haven't we still got the inarticulate feebleness that is Priti Patel? [Well, she gets the Conservative Party double brownie points, of course, being as she comes under the 'BEM' as well as 'wymyn' fraudulent 'victim' tags.]
Amber Rudd hardly stood out that well from the female shower, and look at the uselessness of her predecessor: Teresa May as the former Home secretary was a do-nothing keeping-her-head-down coward. No leadership; just a determination not to do anything which could expose her to the usual end of Home Secretaries: the sack. She did nothing about the hopeless immigration system, despite not merely wildly missing target reductions but presiding over actual increases. The police she left as effectively an administrative but non-operational shell, and set up an absurd 'PC' inquiry into mostly mythical sex abuse.
Still in the honeymoon period of her premiership, we shouldn't hold our breath that May is going to be much better than her sole quality of conscientiousness can deliver. Great leaders need far more than that. Of course, she may prove an exception. It's just that exceptions here are rare, and, even then, flawed. Margaret Thatcher, anyone? She dropped several major clangers, and overall actually facilitated the creation of the very problem of a hollowing-out of society (and not excluding commerce) by globalisation that she had sought to be a bulwark against. And as with female leaders down through history, was actually more war-mongering than male counterparts.
As for Hilary Clinton: where do you start? There are reasons why the Donald can do little wrong. Apart from being personally horrible, Mrs Clintont is 'groupthink' 'PC' and big business conformity incarnate, who has got where she is on the nepotistic coat-tails of Bill. Ah, nepotism: how very female.
At least even Jerwammy … well, OK, there are male leadership disasters too – though in the context of the disaster that is Liebore, could anybody make a fist of it? Even if you resurrected a great leader from the past.
It's just that with males it's considerably less guaranteed that leadership will fail. The root of the problem is that with women just not motivated at root to compete for status, then there will always be a far smaller pool of talent from which a leader can be chosen compared to the case re men. People – and the sex-dichotomy in what makes people tick – are not going to change. Ever. So the real world will have to be welcomed back sooner or later. Equality of opportunity, everyone agrees with. Equality of outcome presupposes that what you start with is a uniform blank canvas, and that everyone, male and female is motivated the same. All that we know about the world tells us this isn't so. A start would be 'gender [sic] blindness' as to who to put forward and who to select. That was the original idea, wasn't it?
As for UKIP: the problem has been the failure to set the Party's core trajectory as anti-'PC' – against 'identity politics' – under Steve Crowther's chairmanship. Anti-'PC' is the future of politics, and UKIP has long been in danger of missing the boat.
Friday, September 23, 2016
Website content is fine now.
Website content is now fine: stevemoxon.co.uk
Some intermittent server glitch, it seems, which appears to have righted itself.
Forthcoming in 2016:The Sexes Explained: Bottom-Up from Biology, a Cutting-Edge Holistic Understanding of Men/Women. A layman's guide to the converging lines of evidence for profound male/female distinction serving complementarity.A Monograph for New Male Studies journal.To appear open access on the NMS website and also available in hard copy (book) format.New up, re mythology:
Saturday, September 17, 2016
Website content down. Issue will be fixed shortly.
Monday, September 12, 2016
BBC domestic violence travesty in its Archers story
Wednesday, August 10, 2016
[Re-post] Theresa May's a poor choice over Andrea Leadsom
Pretty bad news that Theresa May became PM.Andrea Leadsom was the star of the Vote Leave campaign – by far the best candidate on the BBC's 3x3 stadium debate a couple of days before Brexit day. She's a communicator; actually human, talks good sense, and actually knows a thing or ten about economics, the EU and trade. None of the toff bluster of Boris or the geeky oddness of Gove. She wiped the floor with the 'Remain' side's bizarre team of a jumped-up shop steward, an Asian mayor and a Lesbian Scot. OK, it can't have been that difficult, but Boris wasn't that great on the night.
9 Ways To Burn Fat Fast
9 Ways To Burn Fat Fast
Implement these 9 fat-burning tips that use exercise and diet and watch the body fat melt like the butter you're no longer using
The human body is a remarkably adaptable machine. Even if years and years of neglect have allowed pound after pound of fat to fill out your frame, you can rid yourself of that lard at a much faster rate than you brought it on board. In that sense, time is your side!
Take these nine easy-to-implement tips to heart, and progress will come in a hurry!
1. Stay Off The Scale
That you can gain muscle and lose fat is one of the reasons I stress to people not to follow the scale. Body composition and how you look in the mirror matters more than what the scale says.
You could train hard and eat right and build five pounds of muscle and lose five pounds of fat, and what will the scale say? That you still weigh the same.
Frustrating, even though you've made good progress. Use the scale as a guide, but how you look in the mirror, how you feel, and how your clothes fit are much better indicators of your progress.
2. Reduce Your Calories Gradually
If you're looking to lose fat, don't make huge calorie cuts. This will kick your body into starvation mode, reducing your metabolism and making it more difficult to burn off the fat.
To prevent this metabolic slowdown and allow your body to burn fat at an optimal rate, make smaller calorie reductions every week or two.
3. Vary Your Caloric Intake
This is another way to outsmart your body and continue to lose body fat without lowering your metabolism.
By varying your caloric intake every few days instead of eating the exact same amount of calories every day, keep the starvation mechanism in check and continue to burn fat.
Monday, August 08, 2016
Testimonial from a Billionaire
Testimonial from a Billionaire?
Iâve seen internet marketers boasting testimonials from real millionaires.
But this lucky internet marketer got a testimonial from aâ¦
This has to be seen to really be believed:
He has also spoken to audiences in 11 countries as an internet marketing authority and has authored several books.
In one of his books, he co-authored it with the brilliant â" Robert G.Allen, the New York Times best-selling author.
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P.S. The fact is, he is so pissed off with all the ânoisesâ out there.
Sometimes, you donât even know whoâs real and who isnât. That's why, he has decided to let you clone his exact system to make a passive income online.
Hereâs the link again:
Thursday, August 04, 2016
Theresa May's a poor choice over Andrea Leadsom
[Re-post because of resumption of imposter junk posting]
Pretty bad news that Theresa May became PM.
Andrea Leadsom was the star of the Vote Leave campaign – by far the best candidate on the BBC's 3x3 stadium debate a couple of days before Brexit day. She's a communicator; actually human, talks good sense, and actually knows a thing or ten about economics, the EU and trade. None of the toff bluster of Boris or the geeky oddness of Gove. She wiped the floor with the 'Remain' side's bizarre team of a jumped-up shop steward, an Asian mayor and a Lesbian Scot. OK, it can't have been that difficult, but Boris wasn't that great on the night.
The 1 food ingredient secretly making us fat
The 1 food ingredient secretly making us fat
I'm a big fan of eating natural foods and avoided processed junk.
So today I want to talk about some important information from Dr. Charles.
On his website he goes into detail about the #1 food ingredient secretly making us fat.
What's this dangerous ingredient?
High Fructose Corn Syrup, which is a man made sweetener that is cheaper to produce and actually sweeter than sugar.
Here's what makes it so harmful:
When HFCS is ingested, it travels straight to the liver which turns the tasty, sugary liquid into FAT.
HFCS does not cause the pancreas to produce insulin. As a result, our bodies are "tricked" into a vicious cycle, eating food that gets immediately stored as fat and never feeling full.
It is associated with blood sugar problems, ADD/ADHD, depression, fatigue, B vitamin deficiency, indigestion, tooth decay, and most importantly... WEIGHT GAIN
So what's the solution? Just avoid HFCS?
Unfortunately it's not that easy.
You see, HFCS is added to so many foods that historically have not contained sugar, like peanut butter, bread, yogurt and juices.
So it's very difficult to avoid completely.
Also, even if you eliminated HFCS from your diet, it wouldn't repair the damage that has already been done.
There's another step you have to take first.
This is exactly why Dr. Charles created his Fat Loss program... to help your body repair the damage from toxins like HFCS... and lose a lot of weight in the process.
The video on his website will give you more details and has a lot of awesome free info about weight loss in it:
The food industry is well aware that HFCS is a problem. But instead of eliminating HFCS, the corn lobby in Washington,
DC has asked the FDA to change the name of HFCS to "corn sugar."
They think that just changing the name will fool us into thinking it's healthier.
P. S. Fat Loss Program Not to public use to long time >>