Truth and Consequences: Hating Reality, on Gender & Economy
Truth and Consequences: Hating Reality, on Gender & Economy By David Haggith for Liberty Sentinel
How can one write about the underlying truth of the economy in a nation where the majority of people do not care about truth? Disregard of truth has become so extreme in the US that we’ve exceeded the queerness of calling a man a woman if he wants to change his body parts. In some instances, it’s a punishable offense continue to call him a man even if he hasn’t changed his parts yet and even though the DNA in every cell of his body will continue to scream “male” every moment of his remaining existence after his mostly external transformation. The US now imprisons people for expressing thousands of years of accepted thought about that confused person.
It’s “woke” or broke
With a court ruling this past week, the US, which once enshrined free speech to a religious degree, has become a nation that imprisons people for sixteen years if they dare to say that bodies are hard facts and to express this by burning an LGBTQ flag. To a lesser degree that happened with a similar expression of thought this past week in the UK.
According to the Des Moines Register, an Iowa man was imprisoned for sixteen years for burning an LGBTQ flag, while in the UK people are going nuts over JK Rowling saying that men cannot become women just by changing their appearance. Imagine that, liberals in the UK are outraged because a female child fantasy author thinks being a woman goes deeper than just looks!
I’m not here to advocate hatred of anyone, but sixteen years of prison because you’re a hateful man who burned a flag? If you were a hateful man who burned the US flag, you wouldn’t get one day in jail! Yet, if your hatred runs against the desire of the people to believe in alternate realities, you may spend a major part of your life in prison for saying the emperor’s new clothes (or body parts) do not make him a woman just because he thinks they do.
The minister of the church that flew the flag, who is gay, said she was glad to see the man go to prison for sixteen years for expressing his hatred because such hatred does not “feel good.” She believed the sentencing might help the people of Ames, Iowa, adjust their opinions to become more welcoming of gays. Said the minister of love, tolerance and acceptance:
I often experienced Ames as not being as progressive as many people believe it is, and there still is a very large closeted queer community here.
Des Moines Register
So, jail the bastards who think being queer enough to change your body to match your mind is, well, queer.
Lovingly, she forgave Martinez, the flag-burning hater, and hoped that sixteen years in prison would change his opinion about gays to a view that is more accepting. The perp, however, stood by his actions with pride (albeit not with much love):
It was an honor to do that. It was a blessing from the Lord…. It is a judgment, and it is written to execute vengeance on the heathen and punishments upon the people…. I burned down their pride. Plain and simple.
In the UK, JK Rowling became the subject of twitter-rage because she voiced her support for a woman who was fired just for expressing her opinion that “men cannot change into women.” Never mind, that for thousands of years, her opinion was the accepted opinion with which probably no human being would likely disagree. Now it is grounds for termination from your career, and if you support the terminated woman who said it, that is grounds for a Twitter flogging and maybe termination your career, too — all by the tolerant left.
The fired feminist, who worked (somewhat ironically, I think) at a think tank that supports women by campaigning against inequality originally wrote the following heresy:
What I am so surprised at is that smart people I admire, who are absolutely pro-science in other areas, and champion human rights & womens rights are tying themselves in knots to avoid saying the truth that men cannot change into women (because that might hurt mens feelings).
She was accused of using “offensive and exclusionary” language in tweets opposing government proposals to reform the Gender Recognition Act to allow people to self-identify as the opposite sex.
(You can’t make this stuff up.)
You better not be so much of a feminist that you think men cannot actually become women by changing their objective external appearance or their dress on the basis that being a woman is more than developing two hills hormonally and carving out a valley. May society forbid you think that is the ultimate infringement on womanhood by men. This proved doubly true when Rowlings offered this woman the following support: