Trans consultation ignores violence


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    • Child-of-God
    • A. K on 12 October 2018 at 21:54

    You are so right about this Stephen. I had already just replied through the link in your email before reading this article. I hadn’t thought about the prison issue. But there have been reports in the US I recall reading about girls and women suffering assaults in public toilets from men dressing as women stating they were transgender. Also under Obama some schools changed their female changing rooms to allow in any male claiming to be transgender, where girls were showering and undressing. It’s disgusting and all part of the elite satanist agenda. Suicide rates of transgenders are the same before and after reassignment surgery which tells you all you need to know. The rates of suicide (around 40%) also show you that it is mental illness based and a very high proportion of them were sexually abused as children, which again backs up the mental illness.

    • Child-of-God
    • A. K on 12 October 2018 at 21:54

    (I mean replied to the consultation by the way).

    • Rox
    • Rox on 13 October 2018 at 21:50

    The BBC employs 417 “transgender folk”, at least.
    (25% of their employees refuse to reveal what they think they are).

  1. There’s always the law of unintended consequences in these matters, or as it is sometimes said, God works in mysterious ways.

    Lets suppose none of us bothered to reply to any of this. Lets say we felt perhaps the best thing to do is to turn the other cheek. Lets say we talk amongst ourselves and anyone who is interested in a frank and sensible way, and we just let these politicians get on with it. We do not bother to leave comments in the Guardian either, but just wholesale rejection of the whole edifice.

    You see aside from your mention of this survey, there will most likely only be responses from the transgender community and their little helpers. This in turn aids to self-reinforce the government’s view. They have structured it in a biased way with tons of assumptions anyway. Even if we do bother to write to the government or its agents on PC matters, my personal experience is I either don’t get a reply, I get a reply which is robotic or I get one feigning offence and threatening. Anyway, it appears the brainwashed official detects enemy fire and battens down the hatches. He or she cannot face reality.

    I’m supposing here that if we just let them get on with it they will all go insane and lose power. You can’t rule without intelligence and a sense of reality. What Jesus did was not to write letters to the Romans, but to speak to the people directly and freely, and they came to him. It’s a really powerful tactic – the bottom-up approach.

    OK I must confess that I do like to experiment sometimes with officials and will write letters to them, but more and more these days I find the reply is silence.

    So what can we do? I think the best way is to personally take no part in it. If at work you are told to do “transgender training” then refuse. Just be 100% awkward with every point where it touches your daily lives. Think up witty comments to make to staff charged with administering it. Demoralise at every opportunity. Be ruthless against the doctrine but a gentleman to the person who is doing it. The trick here is to think up something that is a very memorable one-liner that keeps cycling around the brain of the official, like a paradox that won’t go away. If however you spend too much of your time interfacing with the government and its press division then you end up becoming like them.

    • Rox
    • Rox on 16 October 2018 at 00:42

    I actually filled in half of the consultation, and then gave up . The whole thing is indeed based on the assumption that gender changing is a Good Thing, and I suspect that any responses which clearly disagree with that will be discarded as “unhelpful”, or even extremist, which I really am not .

    I accept that there are genuine cases, more or less.
    But the easier you make it, the more people will take advantage of it for all kinds of reasons, not least young men watching women in changing rooms. Let’s be honest about this. At one time, I would have been tempted by that prospect myself . Now I am a reformed character of course, like we all are.

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