Feminist Syndrome (FS)

Photo credit: CBC

Photo credit: CBC

In yet another display of cognitive dissonance known to be associated with the Feminist Syndrome (FS), the CBC (Cunts Broadcasting Cunts, formerly known as the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation) published an article praising the Canadian magazine MacLean's for charging men 26% more for their latest issue. Okay, we known that intact Canadian men only use MacLeans as toilet paper at the cottage, and would never buy the so-called "magazine", but this is beyond the point.

CBC, and MacLeans, are circle-whining about that ever so mythical and mysterious gender pay gap, which, as we all know, has failed to materialize in any credible study, or in factuality for that matter.

In an ironic twist, which only those stricken with FS (Feminist Syndrome), a form of Bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE), could possibly entertain, the CBC followed with another article over Karina Gould, a cabinet minister pregnant to her eyes, "making history" for being the first cabinet minister to take maternity leave...

Not only are the Cunts Broadcasting Cunts demonstrating to the world that women are not equal to men in the work place, because unlike men, women have to take maternity leaves, which translates to a huge cost to both the state and employers, but the CBC with this article are establishing the fact women work less than men, one of the many reasons there is in fact no such thing as women making less money than men. If anything, men are actually getting paid less than women for identical jobs, as men spend much more time at work.

Photo credit: CBC

Photo credit: CBC

As it is typical with various forms of Bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE), including Feminist Syndrom (FS), the CBC non-sense culminates in one last gasp of clinical retardation. The Cunts Broadcasting Cunts is claiming a minister (who only got a job because of her vagina) made history by making the state, her surrogate man, support her pregnancy, while the CBC is actively encouraging at the very same time the removal of historical statues and artifacts, ISIS-style, of Canadian men who actually made history by buiding a country previously known as Canada (now Cuckistan).