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Subcomandante Insurgente Moisés. Subcomandante Insurgente Galeano.

The Walls Above, The Cracks Below (And To The Left)

The Walls Above, The Cracks Below
(And To The Left)

February 2017

The Storm On Our Path

For us, as Zapatista originary peoples, the storm—the war—has been going on for centuries. It arrived to our lands with the lies of the dominant civilization and religion. At that time, the sword and the cross bled our people dry.

Over time, the sword was modernized and the cross was dethroned by the religion of capital, but it continued to demand our blood as an offering to the new god: money.

We resisted, we always resist. Our rebellions were displaced by the dispute between various forces for Power. Those forces, always from above, demanded that we struggle and die to serve them. They demanded obedience and submission under the guise of liberating us. Like those who said and say they fight, they came and come to rule. There were supposed independences and false revolutions, those past and those to come.

Since then, those above have taken turns and continue to take turns in order to govern, badly, or aspire to do so. In past and present calendars, their proposal continues to be the same: that we offer our blood, while they lead or pretend to lead.

Before and now, they forget those of us who do not forget.

And always, yesterday and today, the woman is below, even in the collective that we were and are.

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Joint Communique from the National Indigenous Congress and the Zapatista Army for National Liberation in Solidarity with the Rarámuri People

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Stop the assassinations of Rarámuri Indigenous Compañeros Defending Their Territory!

Indigenous Territories of Mexico
February 4, 2017

To the people of Choreachi,
To all of the Rarámuri People,
To the Indigenous Peoples,
To the people of Mexico,
To the peoples of the world,

We learned today of the murders of Indigenous Rarámuri compañeros Juan Ontiveros Ramos and Isidro Baldenegro, both of the community of Choreachi in the municipality of Guadalupe y Calvo, Chihuahua, yesterday February 2, and 15 days ago, respectively.

We urgently denounce these new acts of barbarity against compañeros known for their commitment to the struggle of their people for the recuperation of their territory, which was taken over 40 years ago by large landowners/ranchers and organized crime.

As the National Indigenous Congress and the Zapatista Army for National Liberation, we are in solidarity with the Rarámuri People who have been so hurt by these murders, now totaling 18 homicides committed against their communities since 1973, four of them in the last year.

Compañeros and compañeras, you are not alone! We accompany you in your pain, we open our hearts to the tireless struggle you are waging against organized crime and the landowners backed by the bad governments, and we offer you our support as indigenous peoples of this country who are organizing ourselves to defend our lives and our territories.

STOP THE ASSASSINATIONS OF INDIGENOUS PEOPLE IN STRUGGLE!
NEVER AGAIN A MEXICO WITHOUT US!

NATIONAL INDIGENOUS CONGRESS
ZAPATISTA ARMY FOR NATIONAL LIBERATION

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(Español) SupGaleano: ¿Qué sigue? II. Lo urgente y lo importante.

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Cobertura completa del encuentro L@s Zapatistas y las ConCIENCIAS por la Humanidad aquí.

¿Qué sigue? II. Lo urgente y lo importante.

3 de enero del 2017.

Les he estado escuchando. A veces cuando estoy aquí, con ustedes, a veces en el stream del Cideci, a veces con lo que me comentan sus alumnas y alumnos zapatistas.

En todo momento trato de captar el sentido de sus exposiciones, el rumbo y la dirección de su palabra. Hemos escuchado exposiciones brillantes, didácticas unas, complejas otras, polémicas las más, pero en y sobre las que se puede debatir. Deben hacerlo, pensamos, entre ustedes. Para esa discusión, tal vez les ayudaría en algo aclarar la confusión que existe entre ciencia y tecnología.

Por lo demás, estamos tan sorprendidos como ustedes. El interés por la ciencia no es algo que se haya ordenado o impuesto, nace desde dentro.

Cuando hace 23 años, el feminismo venía a reclamarnos que debíamos ordenar la liberación de las mujeres, les dijimos que eso no se ordena, sino que es propio de las compañeras. La libertad no se ordena, se conquista. Dos décadas después, lo que han logrado las compañeras apenaría a quienes entonces se decían la vanguardia del feminismo.

Igual ahora, la ciencia no se impone. Es producto del proceso de los pueblos, tal y como ya lo explicó el Subcomandante Insurgente Moisés.

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(Español) Qué sigue I: Antes y ahora

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Subcomandante Insurgente Moisés

3 de enero 2017

Buenas noches a todos y a todas. Nada más queremos decirles que esto va a tardar, así que aprovechen para dormir o se van.

Bueno pues entonces, primero que como dice la compañera que habló acá del Viejo Antonio, el mismo nombre lo dice, Viejo Antonio. O sea que ya pasó. Hay cosas que quizá se puede rescatar ahí, pero ahora los tiempos cambian.

Nosotros pues, las y los zapatistas les queremos decirles de verdad, en serio, que queremos pues aprender lo que es ciencia de verdad, no de eso de lo que ya caminó el Viejo Antonio, que sirvió para ese tiempo, el tiempo pasado que ahora es otra forma como pues está la vida ahora. Entonces porque les queremos platicar de cómo está de las compañeras y los compañeros que están ahora como comisión de delegados, delegadas, lo que han enfrentado pues ya a lo largo del tiempo de su lucha de resistencia y que entonces, la forma de cómo vivieron pues sus papás, sus mamás, aunque la quieren aplicarla ya no les resulta. Como por ejemplo, en la selva Lacandona, cuando siembran su maíz, ya saben que entonces en 3 meses ya está el elote, ahora resulta de que antes ya hay elote. En los Altos, por Oventik, el caracol de Oventik, sabían pues antes que a los 6 meses va a haber elote, y ahora  5 meses ya hay elote. Eso les dificulta pues porque sabían antes cuando sembrar. Ahora resulta de que entonces empiezan hora si que el viejo método de cómo hacía el Viejo Antonio antes, porque sí lo sabían, pero ahora cambió. Y cómo cambió, y quién lo cambió. Entonces surge toda eso. Entonces y en todo,  no es que estamos inventando, como dijo pues ya  estos días el Sup Galeano, porque el Viejo Antonio sí sabía cuándo es el tiempo de frío, busca sus leñitas, su carbón, estar preparado, ahora resulta que ya no.

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(Español) SupGaleano: Alquimia Zapatista

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ALQUIMIA ZAPATISTA.

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2 de enero del 2017.

El valor de la palabra es algo que cuidamos mucho.  Cuando nos referimos a alguien, no sólo lo nombramos, sino que también nombramos su estar con nosotras, nosotros.

Así decimos “hermano”, “hermana”; pero cuando decimos “compañera”, “compañero” hablamos de un ir y venir, de alguien que no está fuera, sino que, junto nuestro, mira y escucha el mundo y por él lucha.

Menciono esto porque está aquí, junto nuestro, el compañero zapatista Don Pablo González Casanova, quien, como es evidente, es en sí mismo un municipio autónomo rebelde zapatista.

Como está aquí el compañero Pablo González Casanova, voy a tratar elevar el nivel y el rigor científico de mi exposición, evitando toda clase de albures (en grande o en chiquito, presten atención).

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  Alquimia.  Antes de que agoten su saldo consultando en sus celulares y tabletas qué es “alquimia”, en “Wikipedia”, y que me abrumen con toda clase de definiciones, les aclaro que con esto nos estamos refiriendo a un antecedente, a un paso previo (si es necesario o no, ahí lo vean) a la constitución de una ciencia como tal.  O como como decía el finado SupMarcos, “la alquimia es una ciencia enferma, una ciencia invadida por los parásitos de la filosofía, el “saber popular”, y las evidencias que saturan el complejo mundo de la comunicación actual”, según se puede leer en uno de los documentos que dejó a su muerte. 

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Joint Pronouncement from the CNI and the EZLN for the Freedom of our Mapuche Sister Machi Francisca Lincolao Huircapán

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JOINT PRONOUNCEMENT FROM THE CNI AND THE EZLN FOR THE FREEDOM

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OF OUR MAPUCHE SISTER MACHI FRANCISCA LINCOLAO HUIRCAPAN

To the Mapuche People:
To the Chilean People:
To the International Sixth:
To the Media:

We peoples, nations, and tribes of the National Indigenous Congress send a fraternal greeting of solidarity to Machi Francisca Lincolao Huircapan, of the Mapuche People, in Chile, imprisoned since March 30, 2016. We know that compañera Machi Francisca is on a hunger strike to demand the justice that the bad government of Chile has denied her by keeping her imprisoned for the crime of continuing to defend the natural resources, sacred places, and cultural rights of her people. They are letting her health deteriorate to the point that it threatens the life of the compañera, whose state of health is summarily delicate.

We denounce the fact that while the Chilean government represses Machi Francisca, they blatantly protect transnational capitalists and bosses such as the landlord Alejandro Taldriz, with his illegal logging that the corrupt state works to protect.

The National Indigenous Congress and the EZLN demand:

1. The immediate release of compañera Machi Francisca Lincolao Huircapan.

2. An end to the repression against the dignified Mapuche people and the revocation of the racist and repressive Anti-terrorist Law that is meant to criminalize the territorial defense of the Chilean Originary Peoples.

3. Absolute respect for the Mapuche territory.

January 2017

For the Full Reconstitution of our Peoples
Never again a Mexico without us

NATIONAL INDIGENOUS CONGRESS
ZAPATISTA ARMY OF NATIONAL LIBERATION

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AND THE EARTH TREMBLED! A REPORT FROM THE EPICENTER…

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AND THE EARTH TREMBLED! A REPORT FROM THE EPICENTER…

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To the Originary Peoples of Mexico:
To Civil Society of Mexico and the World:
To the National and International Sixth:
To the Free Media:

Brothers and Sisters:

This is the time of the originary peoples, the time for us to replant and rebuild ourselves. It is time to go on the offensive and this is the agreement that we have laid out for how to do so, from our perspective as individuals, as communities, as originary peoples, and as the National Indigenous Congress [CNI]. It is time for dignity to govern this country and this world and for democracy, liberty, and justice to flourish in its step.

We are announcing here that during the second phase of the Fifth National Indigenous Congress we meticulously analyzed the results of the consultation process that we held among our peoples during the months of October, November, and December of 2016. In that process, we issued agreements from communal, ejidal, collective, municipal, inter-municipal and regional assemblies in all of the ways, forms, and languages that represent our peoples in the geography of this country, once again bringing us to understand and confront, with dignity and rebellion, the situation that we face in our country and the world.

We appreciate the messages of support, hope, and solidarity that came from intellectuals, collectives, and peoples in response to our proposal entitled “Let the Earth Tremble at its Core,” which we made public during the first phase of the Fifth National Indigenous Congress. We also acknowledge the critical voices, many of them making fundamentally racist arguments, that expressed indignant and contemptuous rage at the idea that an indigenous woman would aspire not only to contend for presidential election, but would propose to truly change, from below, this broken country.

To all of them, we say that the earth indeed has trembled, and we along with her, and that we intend to shake the conscience of the entire nation, and that, in fact, we intend for indignation, resistance and rebellion to be present as an option on the electoral ballots of 2018. But we also say that it is not at all our intention to compete with the political parties or with the political class who still owe this country so much. They owe us for every death, disappearance, and imprisonment, and every dispossession, repression, and discrimination. Do not mistake our intentions. We do not plan to compete against them, because we are not the same as they are. Unlike them, we are not filled with lies and perverse words. We are instead the collective word of below and to the left, that which shakes the world and makes it tremble with epicenters of autonomy, and which makes us so proudly different from them that:

  1. While the country is submerged in fear and terror born from the thousands of dead and disappeared, in the municipalities of the mountains and the coast of Guerrero our peoples have created conditions of real security and justice. In Santa María Ostula, Michoacán, the Nahua people have united with other indigenous communities to ensure that security remains in the hands of the people. The epicenter of the resistance there is the communal assembly of Ostula, the guarantor of the ethic of a movement that has already permeated the municipalities of Aquila, Coahuayana, Chinicuila, and Coalcomán. In the Purépecha plateau, the community of Cherán has demonstrated that by organizing to eliminate the politicians from their bad government structure and by exercising their own forms of security and government they could not only construct justice, but also, as in other geographies across this country, they showed that only from below, from rebellion, can a new social pact be constructed that is autonomous and just. And we have not and will not stop constructing from below the truth and justice denied to the 43 disappeared students from the teacher’s college of Ayotzinapa, Guerrero, the 3 student compañeros who were murdered, and their compañeros who were injured, all by the Mexican narco-government and its repressive forces. Meanwhile, all levels of the bad governments criminalize social struggle and resistance and rebellion, persecuting, accusing, disappearing, imprisoning, and murdering the men and women who struggle for just causes.
  2. While destruction reaches every corner of the country, knowing no limits and distancing people from their land and from that which is sacred, the Wixárika people, together with the committees in defense of life and water from the Potosino altiplano, have shown that they can defend a territory and their environment and can create an equilibrium based in an identification with nature, with a sacred vision that recreates, every day, the ancestral links with life, land, the sun, and the ancestors, reaching across 7 municipalities in the sacred ceremonial territory of Wirikuta in San Luis Potosí.
  3. While the bad governments deform State policies on education, placing education at the service of capitalist corporations such that it ceases to be a right, the originary peoples create primary schools, secondary schools, high schools and universities with their own educational systems, based in the protection of our mother earth, in defense of territory, in production, in the sciences, in the arts, and in our languages. Despite the fact that the majority of these processes grow without the support of any level of the bad government, these institutions are meant to serve everyone.
  4. Meanwhile, the paid media – spokespeople for those who prostitute every one of the words that they circulate and fool the people in the country and the city so that they don’t wake from their slumber – criminalize those who think and defend what is theirs, making them out to be delinquents, vandals, and misfits, while those who benefit from ignorance and alienation are the ones with high social status. Those who oppress, repress, exploit and dispossess are always made out to be the good guys, the ones who deserve to be respected and allowed to govern so that they can serve themselves. While all of this is happening, the communities have made their own media, creating ideas in different ways so that conscience cannot be overshadowed by the lies that the capitalists impose, and instead using them to strengthen organization from below, where every true word is born.
  5. While the representative “democracy” of the political parties has been converted into a parody of the popular will, where votes are bought and sold like any other commodity and poverty is used to manipulate people so that the capitalists can maintain the division between the people of the countryside and the city, the originary peoples continue to care for and strengthen their forms of consensus and to cultivate assemblies as organs of government where through the voice of everyone together profoundly democratic agreements are made, across entire regions, through assemblies that articulate with agreements of other assemblies, which themselves emerge from the profound will of each family.
  6. While the governments impose their decisions to benefit the few, supplanting the popular will of the people and criminalizing and repressing whoever opposes their projects of death which they impose at the cost of the blood of our peoples—such as the New Airport of Mexico City, pretending to consult them while actually imposing death—we originary peoples have consistent ways and forms for free, prior and informed consent, however small or large that may be.
  7. While the bad governments hand energy sovereignty over to foreign interests through privatization, and the high cost of gasoline reveals the face of capitalism which in fact only opens a road toward inequality and the rebellious response of the indigenous and non-indigenous peoples of Mexico, the powerful can neither hide nor silence this rebellion. We peoples unite and fight to stop the destruction of our territories through fracking, wind farms, mining, oil wells, and gas and oil pipelines in the states of Veracruz, Sonora, Sinaloa, Baja California, Morelos, Oaxaca, Yucatán and the entire national territory.
  8. While the bad governments impose their toxic and genetically modified food on consumers across the countryside and in the cities, the Mayan people continue their indefatigable struggle to stop the planting of genetically modified seed on the Yucatan peninsula and across the country in order to conserve the ancestral genetic wealth that also symbolizes our life and collective organization and is the basis for our spirituality.
  9. While the political class only destroys and makes empty promises, we peoples build, not only in order to govern but also in order to exist with autonomy and self-determination.

Our resistances and rebellions constitute the power of below. We don’t offer empty promises or actions, but rather real processes for radical transformation where everyone participates and which are tangible in the diverse and enormous indigenous geographies of this nation. This is why, as the National Indigenous Congress, which brings together 43 peoples of this country in this Fifth Congress, WE AGREE to name an Indigenous Governing Council with men and women representatives from each one of the peoples, tribes, and nations that make up the CNI. This council proposes to govern this country. It will have an indigenous woman from the CNI as its spokesperson, which is to say a woman who has indigenous blood and who knows her culture, and this indigenous woman spokesperson from the CNI will be an independent candidate for the presidency of Mexico in the 2018 elections.

That is why we, the CNI, as the Home for All Indigenous Peoples, are also the principles that configure the ethic of our struggle. In these principles there is room for all of the originary peoples of this country. Those principles that house the Indigenous Governing Council are:

To obey, not command

To represent, not supplant

To serve others, not serve oneself

To convince, not defeat

To go below, not above

To propose, not impose

To construct, not destroy

This is what we have invented and reinvented, not simply because we want to, but because it is the only way that we have to continue existing – by following new paths forged from the collective memory of our own forms of organization and that are the product of resistance and rebellion, in order to confront, every day, the war that has not ended and yet has not been able to do away with us. Using these forms it has not only been possible for us to build a path toward the full reconstitution of our peoples, but also toward new civilizational forms. In other words, it has been possible to build collective hope that is transformed into communities, municipalities, regions, states, and which is able to respond precisely to the real problems that the country is facing, far away from the political class and their corruption.

From this Fifth National Indigenous Congress, we call on the originary peoples of this country, the collectives of the Sixth, the workers, the coalitions and committees who struggle in the countryside and the city, the students, intellectuals, the artists, and scientists, the elements of civil society that are not organized, as well as all good-hearted people to close ranks and go on the offensive. We call on you to dismantle the power of above and to reconstitute ourselves now from below and to the left, not only as peoples but as a country. We make a call to come together in a single organization where dignity will be our final word and our first action. We call on all of you to organize with us to stop this war, and to not be afraid to build ourselves and sow our seeds on the ruins left by capitalism.

This is what humanity and our mother earth demand of us. It is the time for rebellious dignity. We will make this a material reality by convoking a constituent assembly of the Indigenous Governing Council for Mexico in the month of May 2017. From there we will build bridges toward the compañeros and compañeras of civil society, the media, and the originary peoples in order to make the earth tremble at its core, to overcome fear and recuperate what belongs to humanity, what belongs to the earth and what belongs to the peoples. We do this so that we can recuperate the territories that have been invaded or destroyed, so that the disappeared of this country can be returned, so that all political prisoners are freed, so that there can be truth and justice for all of those who have been murdered, so that there can be dignity for the countryside and the city. That is, have no doubt, we are going for everything, because we know this might be the last opportunity we have as originary peoples and as Mexican society to peacefully and radically change our forms of government, making dignity the epicenter of a new world.

From Oventik, Zapatista Territory, Chiapas, Mexico

Never Again a Mexico Without Us

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(Español) SupGaleano: El Gato-Perro y el Apocalipsis

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29 de diciembre del 2016.

Ciencia ficción.

Recuerden eso: ciencia ficción.  Ya verán que, en sus próximas pesadillas, les ayudará para no angustiarse tanto, o al menos para no angustiarse inútilmente.

Tal vez recuerden alguna película de ciencia ficción.  Tal vez a alguna, alguno de ustedes, la ciencia ficción los llevó luego al camino de la ciencia científica.

A mí no, tal vez porque mi película de ciencia ficción favorita es “La Nave de los Monstruos”, con el inolvidable Eulalio González, “el Piporro”, y cuya banda sonora ha sido injustamente excluida de los premios Oscar, los Globos de Oro, o el renombrado y local “Pozol de Barro”.  Tal vez hayan escuchado hablar de ella, es una película de “culto”, según alguna de esas revistas especializadas que nadie lee, ni los que la editan.  Si recuerdan el filme y/o lo ven, de seguro entenderán por qué terminé perdido en las montañas del Sureste Mexicano, y no extraviado en la asfixiante red burocrática que, al menos en México, ahoga la investigación científica.

Y también celebrarán que haya sido esa película mi referente de ciencia ficción, y no “2001, Odisea del Espacio” de Kubrick, o “Alien, el octavo pasajero” de Riddley Scott (con la teniente Rippley rompiendo el esquema del macho sobreviviente de Charlton Heston en “El Planeta de los Simios”), o “Blade Runer”, también de Ridley Scott, donde la pregunta, ¿Sueñan los androides con ovejas eléctricas?, es el punto nodal.

Así que al Piporro y su “Estrella del Desello”, y al robot Tor enamorado de una rockola, deben agradecer el que yo no esté de su lado en este encuentro.

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The Arts and the Sciences in the history of (neo) Zapatismo

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Words of Subcomandante Insurgente Galeano

December 28, 2016.

Last night I spoke to you about the interplanetary upheaval that had given rise to the question “Why is this flower this color? Why does it have this shape? Why does it have this scent?”

Ok, maybe I was exaggerating with the claim of “interplanetary.” I should have said the upheaval created by the question that young Rosita had put to Subcomandante Insurgente Moisés in the micro-cosmos of Zapatismo had provoked.

Although I believe it is obvious, it doesn’t hurt to mention that the response that SubMoy gave to the young Zapatista woman was the same one that, I’m not sure, but probably, I’m imagining, has fueled the advance of science since its very beginning: “I don’t know.”

Now I think that, certainly, the young woman knew what his response would be, but she also hoped that SubMoy would understand that, within the flower, there was a larger question.

We know now, because we are here in this meeting, that SubMoy knew that the response, “I don’t know” was not only insufficient, but also useless if it did not lead to other questions.

In a few minutes he is going to talk to you about what, as it were, is the context of the question…and about his response.

I am meant to speak to you briefly about the prehistory of this question and this response.

The arts and sciences prior to the uprising, within the eezeelen, had a very small universe and a brief history. Both the sciences and the arts had a purpose, a direction, and an imposed reason: war.

First in the guerilla encampments, then in the barracks, and later in the communities, the arts were limited to music, poetry, and a little bit of drawing and painting, all with exclusively revolutionary messages. Of course, it was not unusual that soon songs of love and broken hearts, corridos, rancheras and even the occasional Juan Gabriel ballad would appear, but that was only clandestinely within our clandestinity.

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The Flower is to Blame

“The flower is to blame”

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December 27, 2016

“Earlier this year, on February 30, 2016, the Swedish electronic science magazine, River’s Scientist Research Institute, published a study that may revolutionize science and its social applications.

A group of scientists, led by Swedish doctors Stod Sverderg, Kurt Wallander, and Stellan Skarsgard, presented a complex, multidisciplinary analysis that arrived at the following provocative conclusion: There exists a direct correlation between the increase in quantity and quality of feminist movements, and the decrease in birth rates.

Combining statistical methods, embryology, molecular biology, genetics, and analytical behavior, the scientists concluded that the rise in the diversity of feminism’s belligerence provokes libido inhibitors in males, thus reduces the rate of frequency of sexual reproduction.

But there’s more. Laboratory analyses established that male spermatozoa exposed to feminist activism are weaker than unexposed spermatozoa. Known as astebizisoermia, or “lazy spermatozoa” syndrome, it is more prevalent in male populations where feminism occupies a protagonist role in social organization. According to the published article, Dr. Everet Bacstrom of the Rainn Wilson Institute, headquartered in London, tested the investigation’s theory with a sample of European, WASP, middle class males and reached the same conclusion.

In an interview with the publication, European feminist activists Chloë Sevigny and Sarah Linden said that the study was merely a dirty example of “patriarchal scientism.”

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