monkeys outsmart politicians

Coinciding with the passage of obsolete sedition legislation providing for seven years to life imprisonment for criticising Parliament by what has become a panick-stricken Australian government, scientists have demonstrated how monkeys are more clever than judges and politicians.

News service Knight Ridder examined research exploring deep-rooted behavioural differences between the sexes with the latest tools of genetics and neuroscience.

"Researchers report significant differences in the structure and functioning of male and female brains - in humans and in animals - that show up in different behaviours."

"The differences apparently date far back in evolutionary history to the time before humans and monkeys separated from their common ancestor 25 million years ago, said Gerianne Alexander, a psychologist at Texas A&M University, who led the monkey experiment."

"'Human evolution has created two different types of brains designed for equally intelligent behaviour,' Richard Haier, a neuroscientist at the University of California at Irvine, wrote in the journal NeuroImage."

In denial of intellectual and organisational difference between women and men, the judges and politicians who operate Australia's courts and legislatures have so abused their powers of reasoning that monkeys shine by comparison.

Without women's and men's legislatures presided over by an executive of elders accompanied by courts of women's and men's jurisdiction, intelligence judges and politicians exhibit is profoundly less rational and competent than monkey intelligence.

December 15, 2005