These ladies are slayin' it. Literally
All three CIA directorates will now be headed by women https://t.co/hKzlQaVpOu
— Rachel Maddow MSNBC (@maddow) January 5, 2019
You go (and torture) girls!
Nothing says feminism like war crimes.
Don't get the wrong impression that the CIA has a few token women heading the agency in charge of torture, murder, and drug running. Because women are takin' over!
Indeed, the CIA may be well ahead of some other government agencies when it comes gender equality in the work force. In 2013, NBC News reported that women made up nearly half of the CIA's total workforce. What's more, women were serving in a variety of positions within the intelligence agency.
At the time of NBC News' report, women reportedly comprised 47 percent of the CIA's intelligence analysts, 40 percent of undercover operatives, and 59 percent of support staff tasked with handling security, communications, safe houses, and more.
The next time you hear about some guy being kidnapped, tortured, and murdered, the operation will most likely be directed and executed by women.
Yes, this is a victory for "gender equality".
Yes! We must fight for a woman’s right to be as sociopathic and toxic as any man. This is real progress. Liberty is just around the corner.
— Todd Appel (@ToddAppel) January 6, 2019
Women are now in charge of all 3 directorates of the CIA and run 4 out of the top 5 defense contractors. It’s a message of hope to all the little girls around the world: If you work hard and stay in school, one day you too can break the glass ceiling and get killed by a woman.
— Jeremy McLellan (@JeremyMcLellan) January 5, 2019
Let's not forget that women are now the primary merchants of death in the world.
As of Jan. 1, the CEOs of four of the nation's five biggest defense contractors — Northrop Grumman, Lockheed Martin, General Dynamics and the defense arm of Boeing — are now women. And across the negotiating table, the Pentagon's top weapons buyer and the chief overseer of the nation's nuclear stockpile now join other women in some of the most influential national security posts, such as the nation's top arms control negotiator and the secretary of the Air Force.
It’s a watershed for what has always been a male-dominated bastion, the culmination of decades of women entering science and engineering fields and knocking down barriers as government agencies and the private sector increasingly weigh merit over machismo.
That's right. Women have the merit to make billions in profits for obscenely wealthy people by selling weapons that will one day be used to kill thousands of poor children.
Not only that, but women will also be on the other side of the table, giving those same merchants of death government contracts stuffed to the brim with pork.
Andrea Thompson climbed the rungs as an Army officer before she was tapped by President Donald Trump to be undersecretary of State for arms control and international security affairs, the top diplomat who reviews billions in U.S. arms sales and is responsible for implementing and negotiating international weapons agreements.
Lisa Gordon-Hagerty is the first woman to run the National Nuclear Security Administration, the arm of the Department of Energy that builds and maintains the nation’s nuclear weapons.
The dream of the suffragettes has come true.
"A truly matriarchal world, then, would be less prone to conflict and more conciliatory and cooperative than the one we inhabit now."
- Francis Fukuyama
I know what you are thinking: What makes women so much better than men at pushing death for profit, torturing, and murdering?
It's a good question. Here's the answer: women’s natural maternal instincts.
She explained this curious assertion to the House Armed Services Committee in March 2018: “If I ask everyone in this room to think about the most protective person you know in your life, someone who would do anything to keep you safe, half the people in this room would think about their moms,” Wilson said. “We are the protectors; that’s what the military does. We serve to protect the rest of you, and that’s a very natural place for a woman to be.”
Did you catch that?
It's only natural to think of a mother's love, and weapons of mass destruction, as one and the same.
— San (@sansdn) January 4, 2019