Original title of this post: End of Supply Chain = End of Feminism? Another COVID-19 Post. Discuss. It won’t publish under that title. Hmm.
This is the latest COVID-19 video by conspiratard and admitted paranoid schizophrenic* Clif High. I say that to get the introduction and obvious credibility issue out of the way in the beginning. I keep my eye on many channels and try to take in as much information as I can and use my own discernment the best I can when trying to figure out just what the fuck is happening. Clif High has ideas and cites sources that I find interesting. In this vid, one of the things that caught my ear is his observation that if and when the supply chain ends, and that could happen permanently due to the now-global COVID-19 pandemic, it will mean the beginning of a “male ethos” and the end of feminism, where feminism is more or less completely dependent on the availability of calories (for one thing) and gathering publicly in groups (for another).
He also portends the end of SJWs or social justice warrior type behaviors and activities which are dependent on the same things. Both SJW and feminist activities are also dependent on the court system, but as he notes, the court system is pretty much shut down right now. He doesn’t think the courts will come back online anytime soon if ever and he might be right about that.
Of course, these observations have been made by feminists before who have noted that without electricity (for example) modern women wouldn’t have the energy or leisure time to pursue feminism, which for most feminists is basically a hobby they work on when they aren’t cleaning up after, sexually servicing, and otherwise being actively oppressed by men. In the case of women and feminism, the electric washing machine and vacuum cleaner (for example) have freed up women’s precious resources of energy and time, which some choose to dedicate to the “cause” of feminism. For women who don’t practice domesticity or who aren’t busy cleaning up after men either personally or professionally or both, it’s tough to argue that the easy availability of calories — meaning food — hasn’t been instrumental in allowing them to choose how to spend their time, including engaging in feminist pursuits, instead of foraging or hunting for nourishment.