Can women -- who scream at the sight of bugs, small rodents and other creeping, crawling critters -- competently exercise executive power over the affairs of business and state? This is the question posed by H.C. Carter in a new essay posted today on White Alert. It is by no means exaggerated or far-fetched, because I have personally worked with female executives who were indeed afraid of insects.
This essay, which calls on White men to retake control of America from their women,was rejected for publication by VNN because it was considered too hot to handle. However, you can read it here: