|If you are asking why I already know the Ella Wotsername Show featuring Neanderthal Man is dumbed-down PC crap before it has been aired, look no further than this photo.|
From the 42nd minute:
You can just tell it is going to dumbed-down PC crap fronted by a woman who thinks she is oh so sexy who is is still studying for her PhD according to
https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/6240638/ella-al-shermahi-archaeologist-neanderthals-ancestors/ and is considered conventionally telegenic. Another over-promoted female mediocrity in our dumbed-down world with a lapdog male academic toeing the feminist line.
Our wonderful @LittleMsFossil is featured in @thetimes:— Factual Management (@FactualManage) May 10, 2018
Tune in to @BBCTwo on Sunday 13th May at 8pm for
Neanderthals - Meet Your Ancestors. https://t.co/4cs4uuuCoa
Holy crap I’ve just realised I’m technically kinda on the front page of the Times (above da Queen) & I’m actually the front page of the Times 2 supplement! I’m SO chuffed... and I swear this in no way feeds my not so latent narcissism 😉🤦♀️ pic.twitter.com/Ej52faB1Yj— Ella Al-Shamahi (@LittleMsFossil) May 10, 2018
Surely there was a more qualified male academic capable of presenting the programme now that Alice Roberts is getting on a bit?
Neanderthals girlified and dumbed down. https://t.co/7usBYJQI5Y— Claire Khaw (@MinimumSt8) May 12, 2018
I'm in National Geographic *faints- is resuscitated- faints again* (chuffed cos it's a KICK-ASS issue) @NatGeoMag pic.twitter.com/CSCFxuFEvz— Ella Al-Shamahi (@LittleMsFossil) February 8, 2016
https://www.dnalc.org/view/15201-Why-did-the-Neandertals-go-extinct-Chris-Stringer.htmlCatch Professor Chris Stringer and myself on BBC Radio 4 Today Programme in a bit talking about tomorrow’s BBC 2 show. It’s always such an honour to chat with Chris & we were beyond lucky to have him as our programme consultant. @ChrisStringer65— Ella Al-Shamahi (@LittleMsFossil) May 12, 2018
As you can see, Professor Stringer hasn't quite got it yet, as I have at
Why Neanderthal Man died out
Two anthropologists in Arizona appear to share my extinction hypothesis for Neanderthal man
Claire Khaw's Class and Gender Theory of Western Decline
Neanderthals were matriarchal and not practising marriage which is a superior form of social organisation. Homo sapiens discovered and practised marriage then superseded Neanderthals. Neanderthal adult males were exterminated and Neanderthal women raped and enslaved. #r4today— Claire Khaw (@MinimumSt8) May 12, 2018
It is a convention of warfare to exterminate the adult males and enslave the women and children. The enslaved women, if attractive, would be raped or married or made concubines. One can just *deduce* things, you know.— Claire Khaw (@MinimumSt8) May 12, 2018
Why do you think homo sapiens are called that? Sapiens means wise. It is obviously wiser as a society to practise marriage than marinate in degenerate sexual liberation until you become extinct, which is what the sexually liberated libtard in the West seems to wants to do.— Claire Khaw (@MinimumSt8) May 12, 2018
Please click on this tweet and see how many intelligent comments you can find to that tweet. They are supposed to be academics too.Ah yes, of course!— Chris Stringer (@ChrisStringer65) May 12, 2018
‘The Neanderthals are the Amalekites Jews are exhorted to exterminate, because they were matriarchal’
— Claire Khaw April 12, 2016 https://t.co/BhLlAtNrTz
And she blocked me.Jesus.— Ella Al-Shamahi (@LittleMsFossil) May 12, 2018
The unequivocal answer given by Rabbi Nachum Rabinovitch is No. Maimonides ruled that the command to destroy the Amalekites only applied if they refused to make peace and accept the seven Noahide laws.
The seven Noahide laws as traditionally enumerated are the following:
- Not to worship idols.
- Not to curse God.
- To establish courts of justice.
- Not to commit murder.
- Not to commit adultery or sexual immorality.
- Not to steal.
- Not to eat flesh torn from a living animal.
The late Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson, the last leader of Chabad-Lubavitch Hasidism. Schneerson wrote:
We must do everything possible to ensure that the seven Noahide laws are observed. If this can be accomplished through force or through other kinder and more peaceful means through explaining to non-Jews that they should accept God’s wishes [we should do so]…Anyone who is able to influence a non-Jew in any way to keep the seven commandments is obligated to do so, since that is what God commanded Moses our teacher (“Sheva Mitzvot Shel Benai Noach,” Hapardes 59:9 7-11, 5745)
The West is now peopled by Amaleks.
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Marriages in early societiesIn modern Chinese thinking, people in "primitive" societies did not marry, but had sexual relationships with one another indiscriminately. Such people were thought to live like animals, and they did not have the precise concept of motherhood, fatherhood, sibling, husband and wife, and gender, not to mention match-making and marriage ceremony. Part of the Confucian "civilizing mission" was to define what it meant to be a Father or a Husband, and to teach people to respect the proper relationship between family members and regulate sexual behavior.
Great programme! Lovely to see so many old friends including the eternally brilliant Kennis bros, the Finlaysons of Gibraltar and @ChrisStringer65, of course. But how did you escape the Lieberman treadmill?!— Prof Alice Roberts (@theAliceRoberts) May 13, 2018
A matriarchal determination and refusal to see why Neanderthal Man became extinct being shown by the BBC https://t.co/Kbgu7k1F4p— Claire Khaw (@MinimumSt8) May 14, 2018
Rude, ill-informed and deeply weird. That’s a hat-trick!— Prof Alice Roberts (@theAliceRoberts) May 14, 2018
Look her up on Google. She is bonkers and a nazi. :(— Nora Chance (@Dora_Chance) May 14, 2018
Oh! That’s more than a hat-trick.— Prof Alice Roberts (@theAliceRoberts) May 14, 2018
I have the greatest possible respect for God's Chosen People. I do hope you are not suggesting that I am antisemitic.— Claire Khaw (@MinimumSt8) May 14, 2018
Would you like to explain why my theory that the Neanderthals did not practice marriage is "bonkers"? Perhaps you are saying that my theory that Homo Sapeins practised marriage is also "bonkers"? If so, why?— Claire Khaw (@MinimumSt8) May 14, 2018
So you don't think the Neanderthals were a matriarchal society and you don't think Homo Sapiens had discovered and practised marriage thereby benefiting from its eugenic characteristics allowing them to dominate and then defeat the Neanderthals?— Claire Khaw (@MinimumSt8) May 14, 2018
No. I don’t. And what’s more, there’s no evidence for such a bonkers hypothesis. Made-up nonsense.— Prof Alice Roberts (@theAliceRoberts) May 14, 2018
So when was marriage invented?— Claire Khaw (@MinimumSt8) May 14, 2018
Professor Roberts does not answer the question.
Yea already had some rubbish from her directed to me. Ew.— G. Kountourides (@GKountourides) May 14, 2018
This is the very attractive female Science Educator at the Natural History Museum:
But surely we can deduce that marriage had to be invented and then practised? Therefore we can deduce that societies that practised marriage are more successful than societies that do not. Once we acknowledge that we can overthrow the matriarchy! Yay!— Claire Khaw (@MinimumSt8) May 14, 2018
Both are bonkers. There’s no evidence.— Prof Alice Roberts (@theAliceRoberts) May 15, 2018
I do hope Alice Roberts can tell us when marriage was invented after rejecting my extinction theory of Neanderthal Man. https://t.co/F08KJTXsNu— Claire Khaw (@MinimumSt8) May 14, 2018
But why is it "rubbish" to suppose that Neanderthal Man was matriarchal and superseded by Homo Sapiens who were patriarchal because they practised marriage - a superior form of social organisation enabling greater efficiency and co-operation? Is it cos feminists hate patriarchy? https://t.co/CppfTDZ8PI— Claire Khaw (@MinimumSt8) May 14, 2018