Transgenders from 19 countries Plot Takeover of US military (fab photo montage includes Israeli IDF Gay Pride)
foreword by Jack Sen
John de Nugent-aka EKP’s pedophile destroyer, sent us this story for a laugh. Neither of us were sure if we should chuckle, grimace or be pretty damn scared at the prospect of what this enormous event symbolises.
Have the bastards at the Frankfurt school finally won?
In any event, meet the girls…
We are told that if we act in our own self interest, & someone gets offended in the process, that we have committed what amounts to a mortal sin.
Worse still, is the fact that we are being forced to tolerate that which is intolerable, and embrace behaviours we know are morally wrong, by the single least tolerant group of people on the face of the earth-liberals.Look at the issue of gay marriage, gay adoption and now “transgenders in the military”. Those of you who’ve taken a stand against any of these issues publicly, know how it feels to be chastised as a homophobic hate monger, simply for having an opinion.
If you’re unlucky enough to live & work in a major city, or worse still, have the misery of being forced to work alongside militant homosexuals with an axe to grind, as I do, then prepare to be confronted, spat upon & screeched at for wanting to preserve the traditional family unit and see our military remains cohesive.
Putting lives at risk on the battlefield for the sake of ramming Marxist ideology down our throats is obscene, yet anyone that opposes societal degradation is branded an extremist.
Am I an extremist when I state that a child raised in a gay family is exponentially more likely to be the victim of a sexual assault at the hands of his ‘parents’ and their friends, than one raised in a traditional family?
Or for thinking that people that CHOOSE to dress up as the opposite sex might cause a distraction on the battle field? That the vast majority of the people that want to enter our armed forces playing dress up are doing so to cause a disruption and get some free publicity?
The fact that the delegation that met in Washington DC was organised by the American Civil Liberties Union and a group of cross dressers-led by an Israeli (please see our Israeli Gay Soldier Pictorial below as well – G Wolf) & Swede, called Perspectives on Transgender Military Service, should tell you ALL you need to know. (pictured – Transgender Major Alexandra Larsson of the Swedish Armed Forces)
Is there any wonder the west can’t stop ISIS (besides the fact we created them), and Nigeria is looking to former ‘Apartheid mercenaries’ that fought in the South African Border wars, to take on Boko Haram? This bad muthaf&^%$ wouldn’t be caught dead in a dress.
Jaco Coetzee told me that, “the Marxist South African government, taking its marching orders from Liberal loons in the US, has decided to “consider permitting transgender soldiers to come out in 2015.”
I need a strong drink.
Transgender Military Conference Seeks to Gain Traction for Movement in the US
by Jill Reilly
“Transgender military personnel from 18 countries across the world gathered today to talk about their experiences and discuss whether the US military could join them.
The conference attendees, who are all from militaries that allow transgender service, gathered in Washington, DC.
The gathering, Perspectives on Transgender Military Service from Around the Globe, is the first-ever and largest international conference of transgender military service members on US soil.
The conference was organized by the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) and the Palm Center in Washington [JdN: honoring a rich homosexual Jew who died of AIDS: http://www.palmcenter.org/about/michael_d_palm]
The conference included currently serving transgender personnel from the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and Sweden.
An estimated 15,500 transgender individuals currently serve in the US military, but they are banned by Pentagon rules from serving, and if their identity is discovered, the military is required to discharge them.
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) supports the elimination of rules that ban transgender people from openly serving in the military, her office told the Washington Blade.
Drew Hammill, a Pelosi spokesperson, told the Blade on Friday she believes gender identity should not be a factor in prohibiting Americans from serving in the military.
‘Leader Pelosi believes there is no place for discrimination in the U.S. Armed Forces, including on the basis of gender identity,’ Hammill said.
Earlier this year a report found there is ‘no compelling medical reason’ for U.S. armed forced to ban transgender Americans from serving.
Transgender Major Donna Harding of the Australian Army Nursing Corps speaks alongside Sergeant Lucy Jordan (left) of the Royal New Zealand Air Force
Transgender military personnel from 18 countries who allow them to serve openly, gathered to talk about their experiences
They also discussed at the conference whether the US military could join them
The independent commission led by a former U.S. surgeon general also concluded that President Obama could lift the decades-old ban without approval from Congress.
About 15,500 transgender personnel are currently serving, nearly all under their birth genders and not transitioning in an appearance-altering way, according to the Williams Institute, a think tank.
Dr. Joycelyn Elders, who served as surgeon general during Bill Clinton’s first term as president, and Rear Adm. Alan Steinman, a former chief health and safety director for the Coast Guard, led the report that was released on Thursday.
‘We determined not only that there is no compelling medical reason for the ban, but also that the ban itself is an expensive, damaging and unfair barrier to health care access for the approximately 15,450 transgender personnel who serve currently in the active, Guard and reserve components,’ it said.
The panel, convened by a think tank at San Francisco State University, said the ban has existed for several decades and apparently was derived in part from the psychiatric establishment’s consensus, since revised, that gender identity issues amounted to a mental disorder.
The ban also appears based on the assumption that providing hormone treatment and sex reassignment surgeries would be too difficult, disruptive and expensive
But the commission rejected those notions as inconsistent with modern medical practice and the scope of health care services routinely provided to non-transgender military personnel.
‘I hope their takeaway will be we should evaluate every one of our people on the basis of their ability and what they can do, and if they have a condition we can treat we would treat it like we would treat anyone else,’ Elders said in an interview with The Associated Press.
At least a dozen nations, including Australia, Canada, England and Israel, allow military service by transgender individuals.
Transgender rights advocates have been lobbying the Pentagon to revisit the blanket ban in the U.S. since Congress in 2010 repealed the law that barred gay, lesbian and bisexual individuals from openly serving in the military
The commission argued that facilitating gender transitions ‘would place almost no burden on the military,’ adding that a relatively small number of active and reserve service members would elect to undergo transition-related surgeries and that only a fraction might suffer complications that would prevent them from serving.
It estimated that 230 transgender people a year would seek such surgery at an average cost of about $30,000.
Retired Brigadier General Thomas Kolditz, a former Army commander and West Point professor on the commission, said he thinks allowing transgender people to serve openly would reduce gender-based harassment, assaults and suicides while enhancing national security.
But Center for Military Readiness President Elaine Donnelly, whose group opposed the repeal of the ban on openly gay troops, predicted that putting transgender people in barracks, showers and other sex-segregated could cause sexual assaults to increase and infringe on the privacy of non-transgender personnel.
‘This is putting an extra burden on men and women in the military that they certainly don’t need and they don’t deserve,’ Donnelly said.