11-Left Hand of ANN

LeftHandThe Left Hand of ANN

The beginning of the end to creativity. Normal indoctrination techniques cannot be used successfully on a left handed person. It was necessary to force right handedness so as to be able to successfully crush ALL thought and replace it with dogma.  Why is this so?  In a left handed person the right hemesphere is dominant, the bullshit detector is still active.  This wire to the alarm must be severed so as to replace the thought process with dogma.

 In Britain, a study in the 1970s found that around 11 percent of men and women aged 15–24 were left-handed, compared to just 3 percent in the 55-64 age category.[10] The study suggests that ‘cultural pressures’ for right-hand use were prevalent in the industrial societies in the 18th and 19th centuries (with the advancement of mass literacy), and that those pressures were only significantly relaxed in the ‘later decades’ of the 20th century. The study also refers to tests on medieval skeletons that show evidence of hand-usage similar to today’s, which suggests that hand-prejudice was not always part of UK society.


Right-Hand, Left-Hand author Chris McManus also suggests a number of factors that may have led to the modern increase in left-hand usage:

        1. Left-handers suffered severe prejudice during the 18th and 19th centuries and it was often “beaten out” of people[citation needed]

        1. n adulthood, left-handers were often shunned by society, resulting in fewer marrying and reproducing

        1. As prejudice declined in the 20th century, the number of natural left-handers who stayed left-handed increased

The rising age of motherhood contributed as, statistically, older mothers are more likely to give birth to left-handed children.

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