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CA Moves to Make All Male Boards of Directors Illegal

Women are helpless, weak, and indecisive. Finally, the state of California has recognized this fact with a law that requires that the boards of corporations large and small find room for someone, anyone with two X chromosomes in the ranks of upper management.

Inevitably, many companies have run into the problem of not having any women interested or qualified to enter the board of directors. This has left many organizations with no choice but to place the unwilling and the unable to serve in positions of top-tier responsibility.

Predictably, those boards of directors that already have women in them are now rife with suspicion and power games in a new socio-corporate climate that is expected to inspire the next big Hollywood business drama.

This has also had the marvelous effect of drawing the most talented women out of the positions they chose and enjoy as nurses, childminders, teachers, and other human-related vocations where woman tend to gravitate and excel.

We are pleased to report that early assessments of the results indicate that in time, policies of this kind will negatively affect aggregate human flourishing. Over the course of many years, if we can keep laws like this on the books, the human race will eventually decline. At that point, we expect creatures like the rat, hyena, and polecat will increase their numbers, expand their territories, and finally wipe out temperate climate homeless.

Here’s Andrew Klavan with some decidedly less hyperbolic information on California’s newest legalistic homage to the god-damned devil.

~ Liberty Video News


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