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No Matter Who You are, You Have to be Real Careful What You Say, Today By Jessica
Hi. I really thought that the Wonder Woman movie was cool, yes, “wonderful,” with a wholesome message that love wins out in the end. No wonder the feminists hate it. But now the star of the movie, a former Miss Israel beauty, I think, has got into trouble with the thought police for saying that disabled physicist the late Stephen Hawking is now “free”:
“Actress Gal Gadot has attracted criticism after suggesting that the influential scientist Stephen Hawking is now “free of any physical restraints” following his death earlier this week. Hawkins, who was one of the world’s most renowned theoretical physicists, died at age 76 after suffering over 50 years from motor neuron disease, leading to tributes from across the world. “Rest in peace Dr. Hawking. Now you’re free of any physical constraints. Your brilliance and wisdom will be cherished forever,” Gadot tweeted on Thursday.”
Anyone with two neurons to rub together could see that she did not mean any harm by her spontaneous comments, which were in any case, true! So insane has the pc culture become, that we can no longer see motor neuron disease as a bad thing. It does not mean that Hawking made no contribution despite his disability, but being crippled in a wheel chair does make one vulnerable and if possible, one would prefer not to be in that situation. Political correctness means that even the most stupid of people have a handy dandy weapon to use against those that are their betters.