Anita Sarkeesian is a media critic and the creator of Feminist Frequency, a video webseries that explores the representations of women in pop culture narratives.
In reality, she is an attention seeking feminazi blogger that believes that everything in the world is misogynist, if not sexist, and that everyone that disagrees with her does so because they are misogynist too. The following is a synopsis of Anita Sarkeesian’s world view and belief system.
In Chaos Theory, the Butterfly Effect is the idea that a very small difference in the initial state of a physical system can make a significant difference in the state of the system at a later time. The Butterfly Effect is often described in the following terms, a butterfly flapping its wings in one part of the world might ultimately lead to a hurricane in another part of the world.
So if all of the world’s butterflies flap their wings in unison at the same time will this lead to a extension level event or do they cancel each other out? If the flapping of a butterfly can ultimately lead to a tsunami, can it also be said that a tornado can be prevented or stopped before ever forming by a different butterfly flapping somewhere else? Maybe butterflies are the only thing keeping the world from falling apart and preventing a complete and total planetary apocalypse.
The internet was initially developed by the Department of Defense as a DARPA project, and the recent PRISM surveillance program shows that the internet is still actively being developed with the co-operation from the Department of Defense, the only difference is that originally the internet was designed with Soviet Russia as the primary threat and to survive a Russian nuclear attack, now the internet is designed with the American public as the primary threat and to monitor Americans’ activities.