Whether you like it or not, the fact remains that all Western nations follow some sort of philosophy that holds freedom of expression as one of its most sacred tenets – the only difference being that some countries are only slightly more tolerant than others.
But this concept has failed, and failed bigly – that is something nobody can deny.
Where once we had this freedom of expression extended only to ideas like religious belief (one of the key reasons why Jews managed to worm their way into our societies after passing as White), now we have literal freaks of nature trying to undo the structure of biology itself.
And we’re not talking about mitochondria, nuclei, or anything equally complex – this is stuff that a five-year-old understands.
A parent who identifies as a “non-binary trans person” is demanding their baby is given the world’s first “gender unknown” birth certificate.
Canadian Kori Doty, who has a mustache and claims to be neither male or female, has been fighting to keep Searyl Atli’s gender off government records since giving birth last November.
Doty, who prefers to be referred to as “they” rather than “he” or “she”, told CBC they are “raising Searyl in such a way that until they have the sense of self and command of vocabulary to tell me who they are.”
They added: “I’m recognizing them as a baby and trying to give them all the love and support to be the most whole person that they can be outside of the restrictions that come with the boy box and the girl box.”
Doty said: “When I was born, doctors looked at my genitals and made assumptions about who I would be, and those assignments followed me and followed my identification throughout my life.
“Those assumptions were incorrect, and I ended up having to do a lot of adjustments since then.”
Now, you may be wondering how any old humble reader could potentially strike back against such ungodly abominations (I’m old enough to remember the days when you could only find bearded ladies at a county fair or circus).
Well, you’re all in luck because I believe that I have found the perfect answer to such a question.
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And (most importantly) get to Charlottesville next month and stand with your racial brothers and sisters.