April 17, 2019

(WATCH) PragerU: Preferred pronouns, or prison

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“He.” “She.” “They.” Have you ever given a moment’s thought to your everyday use of these pronouns? PragerU presents journalist Abigail Shrier explaining how misusing them can land you in the clink.

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commented 2019-04-17 23:33:03 -0400 · Flag
This issue is about delusions, not beliefs. They can fancy themselves Napoleon or Cleopatra for all we care, but they CANNOT force others to live in their fantasy world. Denying scientific facts is absurd.
commented 2019-04-17 10:25:05 -0400 · Flag
AL PETERSON commented 16 mins ago.
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Good point Al, This is the way of Marxism.
White people are like the pages of a book, they have the ability to create and express reason, they must be replaced by people who lack this ability, if Marxism is to grow.
commented 2019-04-17 09:56:14 -0400 · Flag
“Sometimes your freedom is not taken away at gunpoint but instead it is done one piece of paper at a time, one seemingly meaningless rule at a time, one small silencing at a time.”

Armand Valladares

Cuban Political Prisoner for 22 years.
commented 2019-04-17 09:35:14 -0400
The following is from a WIKIPEDIA article on trans gender rights in the Islamic Republic of Iran.

The sudden interest in this issue by the left is based on reconcilling Islam with being gay….that is why so much money and effort is going in to normalizing it and making opposition to it a new form of Sharia blasphemy.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Transgender_rights_in_Iran

“Before the Islamic Revolution in 1979, the issue of trans identity in Iran had never been officially addressed by the government. Beginning in the mid-1980s, however, transgender individuals were officially recognized by the government and allowed to undergo sex reassignment surgery. As of 2008, Iran carries out more sex change operations than any other nation in the world except Thailand. The government provides up to half the cost for those needing financial assistance, and a sex change is recognised on the birth certificate. As of 2017, the government provided transgender persons financial assistance in the form of grants of up to 25 million tomans ($1,730 USD).

In 1963, Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini wrote a book in which he stated that there was no religious restriction on corrective surgery for intersex individuals, though this did not apply to those without physical ambiguity in sex organs. At the time Khomeini was a radical, anti-Shah revolutionary and his fatwas did not carry any weight with the Imperial government, which did not have any specific policies regarding transgender individuals."