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A Tyrannical Minority and Silent Majority

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Posted By: M2, 12/5/2019 6:47:45 AM

As I noted Monday on the Corner, British journalist James Kirkup has done a great public service in sharing a document that helps explain how the transgender movement, which many privately admit has overreached and is unconvincing, has been so successful so quickly. The document was produced by a major international law firm and is a “lobbying manual for people who want to change the law to prevent parents having the final say about significant changes in the status of their own children,” Kirkup explains. The manual’s authors advise activists across the world to use “certain techniques,” including attempts to “get ahead of the government agenda.”

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Reply 1 - Posted by: Cynical Backstory 12/5/2019 7:46:40 AM (No. 253230)
Thus speaketh an informed, terrified liberal. What’s going on is wrong and life threatening and it’s the silent majority’s job to speak up and fix it. Okay, correct so far. Sort of. But I remember concerned conservatives speaking up in years past on a variety of moral situations,(rampant homosexuality and abortion on demand being just two), and the hell that was visited upon us for our meanness and intolerance. So, no. This dreadful situation is a direct result of your liberal understanding and compassion and acceptance of every black deviancy the human mind can conceive. I painfully have to agree with the medical professional in the article, let’s see what 10 or 15 years brings. Probably a lot of dead young people whose lives were blighted because of your liberal compassion and understanding and acceptance.
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Reply 2 - Posted by: udanja99 12/5/2019 8:40:34 AM (No. 253304)
The state of South Carolina has a law pending which would prevent anyone under the age of 18 from taking transitioning drugs and hormones or having any sort of sex related surgery. Other red states should follow suit.
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