Transgender politics. Mad, bad or deluded? And we have no say? Okay with you?
See below “A tale of tragic, preventable regret”.
Gay “rights”? Racial superiority and preference? Is our “tolerance” for the anti-democratic and socially (let alone morally) destabilising issues now being forced on New Zealanders basically an intellectual cop-out? http://www.newsweekly.com.au/article.php?id=57377
Or is one reason for the hesitancy or confusion many New Zealanders feel – deluged by constant political propaganda from the now strident LGBT (lesbian, gay bisexual, transgender) power groups – because we personally know fine individuals who, while not indulging in the showmanship of “coming out” would not define themselves as heterosexual? Whatever happened to them along the way to direct them towards a preference for those of their same-sex is not our business. What is our business is when promotion of gay “ rights” are promoted as in some way heroic, superior to the mother-father role in safeguarding of children – or when the glorification of sexual promiscuity in any form threatens the stability of our society. This is especially so, now the war upon the West has escalated to the recruiting of vulnerable children – which basically equates to corruption.
Moreover, very much to their credit, from some among those who regard themselves as homosexual or lesbian has also come strong condemnation of the escalating political activism bending the ear of weak, vote-seeking politicians. As with the absurdity of gay “marriage”, it is resulting in ill-thought, radicalised laws being inflicted upon this country by those have now become our political rulers.
Too bad that in a democracy there should be no rulers – that government should be by the people and for the people – as the Swiss have so successfully achieved, making their country the most truly democratic and successful of all. That we now need to claim the same provision for ourselves – (see www. 100days.co.nz) – the right to put a stop to political deal-making – to demand from our politicians just this – government by the people, including the observance of due process – is more than obvious. The three year election provision does not guarantee us democratic rights and practices – it simply gives us the usual, long overdue opportunity to throw out the political party which has caused so much damage in its term of office – and to exchange it for another which ends up doing the same thing – inflicting on the country legislation which has absolutely no mandate from New Zealanders.
As with all liberal issues of the day which are causing divisiveness right throughout New Zealand society – for example, the National Party’s promotion of racial separatism and preference, with the over-ruling of democratic rights in local government issues – we can count on things getting worse. It’s simply a fact that strong minority groups can always contrive a façade of majority acquiescence – with the tools of group-think – and they will win the day, particularly with the help of our predominantly left-wing media – if they don’t encounter sufficient opposition.
It’s also simply a fact that adult New Zealanders who could, but don’t speak up to be counted… who in fact do absolutely nothing to help turn back the tide of government creep – the targeting of our children; the attack on parents’ and individuals’ rights; the promotion of identity politics favouring ethnic minorities; the blatant intrusion of privacy – now deserve what’s happening. How many are too lazy to keep themselves well informed, to contact individual MPs when parliament is being pressured on radical issues? How many ring up talkback radio – or write a letter to the paper – or insist in some way that the value of the society we live in is being constantly undermined – and ask why we’re having legislation forced on us without any genuine consultation?
How many realise, for example, under the copy-cat legislation originating in the US, you are now referred to the police for investigation if you deposit $10,000 in a bank account? Perhaps you have just sold your car? Ostensibly targeting target money-laundering has given our government – and the IRD – a wonderful increased opportunity to snoop on citizens – even when a $10,000 (no, not a $100,000 or even $1,000,000) sum is obviously hardly the sign of flagrant political corruption. And whatever happened to the principle that no law should ever be passed which is not absolutely necessary?
What about the growing proliferation of speed cameras once reluctantly accepted because of the publicising of where they were actually located – to deter dangerous speeding? Now they are being erected without their location being revealed to the public – and with the capacity to more accurately identify a car’s occupants? Reasonable? Or ominous to think a citizen can now be tracked when travelling the length of New Zealand… We are fast having more and more government control forced on us.
Unthinking, over-burdened or mentally and morally lazy individuals are the ones governments count on when constantly increasing the burden of legislation, compliance issues, mounting stress – and in real terms – adding to the lack of hope so many now feel contemplating the kind of future which would have rightly shocked previous generations. No wonder our suicide rate is so high.
But it is the passivity in the face of the threats our children increasingly now encounter for which we are going to be most answerable. What we do, or don’t do, for the little ones… And one of the most destructive attacks now being mounted on them, particularly through the destabilising, biologically and morally perverse sex education programmes now being forced upon the schools (and aided by many now activist teachers – themselves lesbian or gay) is the transgender, choose your own sex “option” – achieving cult proportions. * From the excellent Australian News Weekly, essential reading in relation to what is actually happening in our part of the world (particularly given the fact that we now have in this country no in-depth, quality journal) comes this article, both timely and shocking in its revelations.
From our initial link- see “A tale of tragic, preventable regret”
“Recently I received an email that blows the lid off the idea of sex-change success and illustrates the truth about damaged lives. This man’s story of transition started in his teens.
“He explains: “I transitioned to female, beginning in my late teens and changed my name in my early 20s, over 10 years ago. But it wasn’t right for me; I feel only discontent now in the female role. I was told that my transgender feelings were permanent, immutable, physically deep-seated in my brain and could never change, and that the only way I would ever find peace was to become female.
“The problem is, I don’t have those feelings any more. When I began seeing a psychologist a few years ago to help overcome some childhood trauma issues, my depression and anxiety began to wane but so did my transgender feelings. So two years ago I began contemplating going back to my birth gender, and it feels right to do so. I have no doubts – I want to be male!”
And what about – “A staggering 41 per cent of people who identify as transgender reported in a national survey that they had attempted suicide. That’s over 25 times the rate of suicide attempts (1.6 per cent) among the general population. Clearly, this is a group at high risk for dangerous levels of depression – and, as the work of Dr Ihlenfeld attests, sex-change surgery is not the way to help keep them safe.”
The US is even further down the path of cultural bullying, of intimidating all opposition and of spreading the moral and intellectual confusion which now repudiates the reality of the truth of issues. Furthermore, so well has this generation of university students been thoroughly brainwashed on their way through our supposedly intellectual institutions, that the refusal to entertain any other point of view than their own has become a source for scandal, nationwide. #
“We now reject every constraint on our own so-called right to radical self-determination, even if those constraints are biology and reality. That is why a full-grown man can decide to leave his family and live as a six-year-old girl, and the media coverage of this is largely subdued and respectful. That is why there is a new group of human beings who identify as non-human beings—rather, they are “Otherkin,” people who identify as certain animals. This is treated with long-faced solemnity by our cultural elites, because truth is dead and people can be whatever they want, even if they are obviously not what or who they say they are.
*For those who are baffled by each new absurdity, there is an extensive arsenal of labels awaiting them. Homophobe. Transphobe…Otherkinphobe? And so it goes.
As far as our culture is concerned, God is dead, and so is truth. An institution no less respected than TIME Magazine announced their respective departures from the culture. But I can’t help but think of the origin of the phrase “God is dead.” It came from the nihilist philosopher Friedrich Nietszche, in his parable “The Madman,” where he wondered with appropriate panic, where morality would come from once God left.
In the media’s war against Trump, the ignoring of the safeguards he is implementing against the bullying of the “liberal” left, to roll back the climate of oppression and intimidation that is now weighing on the US, is suppressed in our own shockingly unobjective media. It is notable that apparently most of our well funded mainstream newspapers and national broadcasting have taken on board the fact that the majority of the public does not agree with their at times near-rabid editorials and notably biased columnists. The comments sections are disappearing. The media do not want to hear dissent – the anonymous editorialists and well-entrenched commentators want the field to themselves – hence the withholding of letters to the editor which challenge media bias – or the inadequacy of editorial thinking.
And those who think the sheer madness of the transgender movement now sweeping throughout the West is not happening in this country are themselves deluded. It’s well under way. The NZ government is now funding problematic sex-change operations (have taxpayers okayed this?) and, given our government’s willingness to constantly cave into radical pressure, things are going to get worse. Already, without any opt-out option, New Zealanders who object in conscience to their taxpayer dollars being used to put to death unborn children have no say whatever. So much for democracy and the rule of conscience – so fundamental to recognising the rights of every individual – both born and not yet born.
As the brilliant G K Chesterton warned us, “A tired democracy becomes a dictatorship.” We’re well on the way – and only enough New Zealanders now demanding our country back, challenging the unholy alliance of government with political and moneyed power groups, will save us.
The only movement with any real opportunity for achieving this challenge is ours – favouring no political party, no end of the political spectrum – simply emphasising the worth of every individual, irrespective of colour, gender race or creed – and insisting on the respect due to a genuine democracy… the right of the people of our country to control our politicians – not to be controlled by them.
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