There are two groups of people I would be perfectly happy if they all just disappeared. Like, right now.
Even the shittiests, hipsterish of musicians contributes more to positive to society than those two groups of people. Stephanie Meyer has contributed more positive to society than those two groups of people. The fictional characters on the HBO television show ‘Girls’ (I cant even hate watch that show) have contributed more positive to society than those two groups of people.
Politicians and ‘people of god’ are useless, stupid creatures that need to get real jobs and contribute to society like everyone else.
Example: Here are some politician in Zimbabwe giving their ideas on how to curb the HIV epidemic. Us hoity-toity scientists might say “Condom use”, but not these folks. These folks are POLITICIANS, so they knows better:
Sithembile Mlotshwa, the MDC-T Senator for Matobo, recently suggested that Zimbabweans must be limited to one sexual encounter per month. Men, she said, should be administered a drug that reduces their libido.
During a seperate debate, she asked the government to provide prisoners with “sex gadgets” to discourage homosexual activity.
Morgan Femai, an MDC-T senator for Chikomo said the measures were required because men were finding it difficult to resist well-dressed, attractive women.
While addressing a parliamentary HIV awareness workshop in Kadoma on Friday, he said: “What I propose it that the government should come up with a law that compels women to have their heads clean-shaven like what the Apostolic sects do,” ZimEye reports.
He added: “They should also not bath because that is what has caused all these problems.”
Senator Femai also suggested female circumcision would help stop the spread of disease.
He told the workshop, which was organised in conjunction with the National Aids Council,: “Women have got more moisture in their organs as compared to men so there is need to research on how to deal with that moisture because it is conducive for bacteria breeding. There should be a way to suck out that moisture.”