March for 'Science' Says We Shouldn't Bomb ISIS... Because They're "Marginalized"!?
The ISIS Fighters we dropped the bomb on? According to the March for "Science," it's just another example of us repressing a marginalized people. Yes, the same March for "Science" that has nothing to do with science in the first place (see The March For Science Has a Problem with Bill Nye… Because He’s a White Male and ‘March for Science’ Forced to Apologize for Calling Women… ‘Female’?!)...
The organization behind the “March for Science” tweeted the Trump administration’s bombing Islamic State fighters in Afghanistan is “an example of how science is weaponized against marginalized people.”
The march’s Twitter account sent out the tweet lamenting the bombing in reply to a post by activist Zellie Imani with the Black Liberation Collective — a group of students dedicated to “globe to bringing about freedom and liberation for all Black people.”
The “March for Science” is being organized by activist scientists and environmentalists opposed to the Trump administration’s policies and proposed cuts to federal agencies. The march is planned for D.C. on Earth Day April 22.
The tweets have since been deleted, but you know what they say about the internets...
Appears @ScienceMarchDC has deleted some Tweets. Maybe just delete the entire account to be safe. https://t.co/LRmaF8b9ri— Ryan Maue (@Ryan Maue) 1492123522.0
"The GBU-43/B Massive Ordnance Air Blast is 1 example of how science is weaponized against marginalized people."
That's my favorite of the tweets. Because MFS (March for Science), is suggesting there's more than one way science marginalizes people. An interesting take, especially if all you care about is... science.
It's a tantamount admission of what they actually care about: how "science" oppresses or "marginalizes" people. Like how DNA determines both our humanity and our sex. As in unborn people are people, and they're either male or female since conception. No men born in women's bodies or women born in men's bodies. That's another example of science "marginalizing" people.
But back to ISIS. I say once a group has marginalized itself into killing infidels, we have every right to use science to our benefit. In this case, bombing them back to the stone-age from whence they're still living. Think of MOAB as just opening a door back in time. Just with glorious explosions so touching I may have cried a little. Look, video:
Ah, sweet, glorious (but marginalizing) science. There's nothing like the smell of ash and fire on a Friday morning, mixed in with the tears of butt-hurt nimrods who want to snuggle our enemies.
Science is just liberals call a collection of leftist hashtags. But it means nothing to them.
Oh, lookie here, someone else who's sympathetic to ISIS...