Transhumanism Revolution: Oppression Disguised as Liberation


It’s a huge thing for young girls, teams, character growth, and then college scholarships…


Really you’re showing it’s a keystone part of the feminist-industrial complex. The sooner it goes the better. People can still play sports with their friends.




So no, they won’t play with their friends, they’ll stop sports, especially team sports, and avoid going to o the bathroom in school. Even, or especially, when menstruating.


Senator Rand Paul at the senate confirmation hearings today…


“A transgender woman who sexually abused her step-son and threatened to break his arms and legs has appealed against the severity of her six-year sentence.”

For clarity: this is a man.


Keep in mind, Greens, SF, FG and the whole political spectrum are behind this cultural revolution and social-re-engineering of Ireland and western world through the medium of your children.

Father jailed after referring to biological female child as his daughter

There is a man in Canada who can only be alluded to as He Who Shall Not Be Named: Robert Hoogland. For the sake of natural justice, it is important to speak this man’s name. He is now the Canadian state’s prison of conscience.

The warrant was issued by a judge for the arrest of a father after calling his biological female child his “daughter,” and referring to her with the pronouns “she” and “her.” Hoogland was found to be in contempt of court.

Hoogland is a father to a gender non-conforming biological female 14-year-old who identifies as transgender and prefers the use of male pronouns. Hoogland has repeatedly called this person his daughter, though the court has forbade it.

On Tuesday at 10 am Vancouver time, Hoogland surrendered himself to the court in response to the Attorney General of British Columbia’s warrant his arrest for contempt. He was the arrested and jailed. The warrant was issued by Judge Tammen on March 4, 2021.

Hoogland opposes his child’s undergoing “gender affirmative” medical procedures, and has stated this opposition again and again, in the hope of saving his child from irreversible harm. The Canadian medical system, the legal system, and the child’s mother press ahead with social and medical transition of the child.

Hoogland discovered that the school had been showing his daughter SOGI 123, the going sexual and gender identity education materials in British Columbia which amounts to transgender ideology “propaganda videos.” In the grade 7 yearbook, the child was referred to by a different name. The school counsellor changed the child’s name without telling her parents. The school “socially transitioned” the biologically female child on its own initiative, with the input of a gender ideologue psychologist, Dr. Wallace Wong.

When Hoogland accompanied his child to a consultation with Wong, the psychologist advised the pubescent child to take testosterone. Wong referred the child to the endocrinology unit at the local hospital. Meanwhile, Hoogland was looking for mental health solutions to help the child without drugs…

The way Hoogland’s child is described herein is intended to conform with Canadian laws against hate speech.

Full Src:
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Broadly how this has been achieved:

Church Kiddie fiddlers BAD >… {progressive passage of time} …> State kiddie fiddle their mind and pay chemo-surgo-mutilate Kiddies GOOD.

I see it now, see, the kids were always bent you just didn’t know it so that means the priests were on the money. I think I have that right. Yea. That’s it. The priests were basically way ahead of their time. Unacknowledged pioneers in the field of gender-bender-rights of social-authority-figures, actually, the true victims in all of this where the priests.

Polishing a Third / 33%

I doubt Leibowitz wants people to see this clip


I never heard of Arcus until last week.


Second time now…



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Magnetic - The latest viral internet craze (what's in the vaccine vials)

I don’t know the mindset of the people who would do this,” Mr Geoghegan said. “It’s certainly not representative of Waterford and I really think the vast majority of people would be disgusted by that.”

I do. People who are disgusted by it. And object to the conquest and colonization of their city by warped values.

We really need a ‘Butcher’s Apron’ type name for the LGBTQI flag - the ‘Paedo’s Shawl’ maybe ?


I suspect rule by homosexuals will be about as successful for us as it has been for the Catholic Church


Normalisation via tele-audio-visual conditioning targeted directly at children.


@HSESchools, a suburban public school, hosted an LGBTQ+ allyship event last week

A panelist, @holder4hse, told parents: “students as young as 4th grade have sometimes already experimented with anal sex, so we’re already too late”

Video @ Src:



I have no idea how such a misunderstanding could have happened. I mean, this is clearly a “she” - right?

“This past week when I attended the hospital, to my shock I discovered that my records had been altered and my gender was changed back to male and pronouns to Mr/He/Him. I went back to the person who had been dealing with me and I questioned this.

The person referred to me as being ‘one of those’ and said ‘I didn’t look very feminine’. I was absolutely devastated. Is it not time to educate people and not tolerate ignorance?”


In other news…

A recent study has found LGBTQ+ suffer a higher rate of victimisation during periods of cyberattacks.

Researchers have found paper record systems can cause a higher incidence rate of triggering transphobic trigger events in high pressure situations where frontline workers handle the workload with one hand tided behind their back during surges in cyberattacks, deeply affecting trans-outcomes.

There are calls to ban paper in some quarters while Eamon Ryan suggested patients might share genders when not in use to reduce cases of confusion, citing studies showing gender bender frogs do this all the time in nature.

The HSE are also looking at a taxpayer funded scheme that involves combing adhesive to paper and is set to be a promising solution to this problem. The HSE believe it will allow vital patient information be displayed on the patients lapel or person (forehead), including crucial information such as their favourite colour, hobby, pronouns and if they like jelly and ice cream or just ice-cream.


See that female Nurse (if it was a man The Trans would have mentioned it) actually really hurt the Trans without knowing why. Because the big turn on for Transwomen is that they’re “passing” as a woman. It’s a sexual kink that’s taken over their entire life

Autogynephilia is something that hasn’t been mentioned on this thread.

And Trans activists hate that book. Because it theorizes that older, often married men who suddenly become Trans are actually people who have a long history of cross dressing and getting a turn on from their kink of wearing women’s underwear etc before announcing they were always women. Because there’s no reason for society to change bathrooms and pronouns about somebody’s kinks.

Take Kellie Maloney for instance. Was coming to Dublin for years to cross dress. And clearly loves the idea of passing as a woman.


Yea but let’s get down to brass tacks.

Do Trans-folk have a greater right to housing than everyone else and within that contingent sub-catgoery, do Trans Refugees have a more supreme right to housing for ever and a day?


Actually they do. But not for any reason they’d like to acknowledge

the consensus estimate as of 2014 was that, at minimum, 25 percent of the American homeless—140,000 individuals—were seriously mentally ill at any given point in time. Forty-five percent of the homeless—250,000 individuals—had any mental illness

Touché :blush:


Today’s UK Times…on it rolls…



Anatomy of a cancellation by the culture Stasi

The Royal Academy’s decision to ban an artist’s work over her views should be a test case for anti-discrimination laws

Janice Turner

Saturday June 19 2021, 12.01am BST, The Times

In January, the artist Jess De Wahls got in touch to say she’d made an embroidery of my mother’s hands. A photo I’d posted on Twitter of my first care home visit in many months had moved her to sew. She didn’t want payment, just for me to have it. Now this touching work sits by my desk.

De Wahls is no cosy cross-stitcher: she deploys her needle for political, especially feminist purpose. She embroiders fallopian tubes giving the finger, had a show called Big Swinging Ovaries, ran a vagina sewing workshop at Tate Modern. She’s funny, outspoken, has bright red hair and lavish tattoos. As all artists should be, she’s freethinking and bold.

She also has a sideline in embroidered flower patches, dahlias and pansies you iron onto T-shirts or jeans. Liberty stocks them, and the Royal Academy shop had just reordered when this week its head of commercial emailed to say she’d received eight complaints that De Wahls was transphobic. She wrote back. Silence. The RA Instagram account, with 500,000 followers, then posted: “Thank you to all those for bringing an item in the RA shop by an artist expressing transphobic views to our attention.” They would no longer sell De Wahls’s flowers.

How does it feel to be “cancelled”? In a searing essay, the acclaimed Nigerian author Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie writes of the vicious social media response to a 2017 interview in which she stated “trans women are trans women”, ie biological sex is immutable. A student Adichie mentored in her writing workshop tweeted that she should be attacked with machetes. Members of a new “puritan class”, Adichie writes, answer questions with mantras, “flatten all nuance, wish away complexity” to enforce the latest ideological orthodoxy. Incapable of real loyalty or compassion, they “pontificate on Twitter about kindness but are unable to actually show kindness” while they “demand you denounce your friends”.

Adichie could be writing about De Wahls. Growing up in communist East Berlin (she was six when the wall fell) she trained as a hairdresser, but arriving in London aged 21 began sculpting and painting while working in a tiny salon at the Soho Theatre. No one could be more sexually liberal: she spent her twenties in fetish clubs and, although straight herself, her friends were mainly gay men and lesbians.

Moreover, when she was 12 her parents announced their marriage was ending because her father enjoyed sado-masochism but her mother did not. Yet they still live together in Berlin as happy flat-mates. Her mother has a long-term boyfriend. She shows me a photo of her father visiting London, a tall, beaming bald man in make-up, earrings and red high heels. Abhorring labels, he calls himself “a paradise bird”. Yet De Wahls points out that as an occasional cross-dresser he comes under Stonewall’s all-encompassing “trans umbrella”.

So, a few years ago, when gender theory took off among Soho Theatre colleagues, “and they’d disinvite a friend from a party because she believed that only women have vaginas”, De Wahls was bemused. “I said, ‘Are you serious?’” They were. When she asked questions, they insisted trans women were biological women, just like her. This denial of science, of tangible reality, this insistence that 2+2=5, troubled her.

After immense thought, sleepless nights and with much trepidation, in 2019 she posted a 5,000-word blog. “I have no issue with somebody who feels more comfortable expressing themselves as if they are the other sex,” she wrote. “However, I cannot accept people’s unsubstantiated assertions that they are in fact the opposite sex to which they were born and deserve to be extended the same rights as if they were born as such.”

The response was immediate and merciless. She was driven from her Soho Theatre salon. A gay friend whose hair she’d cut for ten years tweeted: “Never trust a bitch who does vagina art.” A colleague trawled her Facebook page, ordering lifelong friends to disavow her. All her offers to meet and talk were blanked.

Meanwhile the Instagram “embroidery community” set about destroying her livelihood. Petitions were launched, an exhibition in Australia was cancelled and every collaboration with a charity or company sabotaged. When she donated a work for raffle to raise money for period products in India, a male embroiderer hoped he’d win so he could burn it. One prominent stitcher of cheery flowers and “be kind” homilies has ranted non-stop about the injustice of it being De Wahls’s work that the snobbish RA chose when it finally allowed embroidery into “its hallowed halls”. Rather than her own, maybe?

Adichie’s essay wonders whether such vitriol is really to win compassion for trans people. Or has their cause become a legitimised outlet for baser feelings: professional jealousy, misogyny, amorphous rage? Now that shifty serotonin buzz from hurting someone you dislike comes with social cachet. What fun! You’re a good guy, for being vile.

As people sweat in silence, fearful that one misspeak will mean they’re next to be cancelled, De Wahls thinks of her childhood. “It’s Stasi bullshit. Like when my parents ordered me not to tell anyone we watched West German TV. But I refuse to back down. If I don’t, maybe young women will feel more bold.”

How bizarre that the art world, the crucible for shocking and subversive ideas, balks at the mere fact of biological sex. As I write, the RA’s tremulous head of commercial just told De Wahls “everyone is still thinking”. I’d hope such cogitation includes the Maya Forstater ruling which recently defined gender-critical feminism as a legitimate belief. De Wahls’s embroidered flowers would make a fascinating test case.