Well, in case your child is thinking of declaring him/herself a little girl/boy today and using the appropriate bathroom or locker room at school today, consider this article shared by Mr. S.D.:

Pushing Kids into Transgenderism is Medical Malpractice


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Joseph P. Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and "strange stuff". His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into "alternative history and science".


  1. Kahlypso on September 27, 2016 at 5:00 am

    How about spending 1000 million dollars on schools and child care centers and learning programs to help children learn how to read and write whilst they are in kindergarten rather than teaching them to express their sexual identity WHEN THEY ARE PRE PUBESCENT.
    Its like teaching a blind man to appreciate a painting. (not that I saying blind people cant ‘appreciate’ art, its a metaphor!!) WHHHYYYY are people spending so much energy and money on this???
    Gender association is a personal matter, spend time and money on educating people’s perceptions of transgender people so that they dont feel ashamed and ostracised by society…

    • zendogbreath on September 28, 2016 at 2:25 am

      gracias kahlypso. that’s getting to my whole point. mr global’s putting wayyyyy too much time, effort and resources into manipulating society for it not to be some careful intentional operation with a very determined goal.

      what is the point of messing with us this much?

  2. Robert Barricklow on September 26, 2016 at 6:45 pm

    It’s just another added cog in the industrialized pre-school to industrial prison/media/military/deep-state complex.

    All to better to serve you and your loved ones…
    on a plate for the coming elitist feastings.

  3. Sandygirl on September 26, 2016 at 6:00 pm

    The CDC gives a 1.6 million grant to teach grade schoolers about transgenders. If they really want their children to be “healthy” they should be building playgrounds, parks, rec-centers, skate parks, field trips and after school programs. All for free for the kids to have fun and be active.
    What the children are learning from t.v. and social media are being copied at school. It’s a social statement for middle school pre-teens to be in the gay groups. They want to be different but also fit in. Television is very powerful social engineering and few people including adults who can stand on their own.
    Grade school children are asked by the teachers if they are happy at home, if parents smoke or drink, if they eat healthy, very personal questions that’s none of their business.

  4. Rick H on September 26, 2016 at 4:41 pm

    As a person who has many LGBT and trans friends, one of whom is a fan of Farrel’s work, I would like to weigh in on this topic. This might be long, but I will try and keep it as brief as possible. The problem with the transgendered bathroom thing, from what I heard, is that a small but vocal minority of trans people, called “Gender Queers” often try and PC bully their way in having Unisex bathrooms. Gender queer people are trans people who don’t identify with any particular gender, but prefer to keep it amorphous. Conservatives in the trans scene who identify strongly with the gender they have transitioned to object to this on the basis that maybe women might not want to share bathrooms with a man. It would seem reasonable that, instead of forcing everyone to share a unisex bathroom, have three for men, women, and uni so that everyone has a choice. I am a big fan of free choice, but, sadly, there are too many control freaks wanting to push their way on everybody else. I say “Live and Let Live.”

    But there is something deeper that I would like to bring up, and this has to do with masculinity. A society that is very masculine and does not accept LGBT or women’s rights is very likely to be a poorer society for various reasons. As people become richer, they often become more feminized, whereas the poorer societies become the more masculinized they become. Case in point: large areas of the Middle East under Salafist control.

    The less accepting a society is of LGBT and women’s rights, the more masculinized it is likely to become. The more masculinized it becomes, the more male to male competition it is likely to have. This then leads to more fights, more of having to “prove” oneself as a male by being tough and thuglike. This, in turn, leads to greater violent crime, which in turn leads to capital flight: no businessman or investor will want to invest in a place where he can’t walk down the street without the fear of being: carjacked, mugged, “knockout game” sucker punched, etc. All one needs do is look at the ghettos here in the United States to see what I am talking about, and moreover I myself live in one. Capital flight then leads to poverty, which feeds back into more crime and gangsterism. Notice that the gay areas tend to be the more expensive, hipster areas and the poor areas tend to be less accepting of gays? Where you are more likely to be beaten up just for appearing gay? (i.e., looking nerdy?” Notice that “educated,” i.e., having glasses and being thin) is synonymous with being “feminine, weak,” an easy target for violence? Take it from me, a straight guy who grew up with glasses and being bullied and being called derogatory names for gays not necessarily for being gay, but just for my appearance.

    I know this argument of mine runs counter to the conservative narrative about gays popular on internet, but I wanted to offer my own experience in this regard. That, accepting LGBT actually makes business sense and can increase the value of your real estate by creating a feminized (safe) society where people can feel comfortable walking down the street at night, feel comfortable learning and being educated. Over-aggressive masculinity hurts the financial well being of society, leads to militarization, and, ultimately, to destabilization ala Aleppo or Damascus.

    • zendogbreath on September 28, 2016 at 2:22 am

      rick, not too long and not bad. pertinent and to the point stuff.

      on a small detail perspective, what yanks my chain about the bathroom topic is what yanks my chain on the larger perspective of social manipulative goals –

      the bathroom problem is easily resolved – either have all bathrooms private – aka no gender need be known. or have them all public and shared gender as i’ve heard they are in the east. friends and family have told me of riding trains in china with old men and women playing cards while doing their business across from each other over respective holes in the toilet car’s floor.

      the practical problem with the bathroom thing is that lots o folk are filling roles as predators and prey who previously were not doing that. target has had a huge influx of stupid (mostly) males with cellphone cameras shoved up under stall walls of young innocents. perhaps there’s more than a few parallels on more than a few levels here.

      we also have a few friends and family who’s gender is not clear to us. more than a few have kept it secret from us. some for more than a decade. uniformly, when they have come out, they’ve been surprised with our uniform reply. it’s pretty much ho hum. or wow ok. or was there a reason you worked so hard to keep this from us so long? or what difference does it make? or on and on and on….

  5. marcos toledo on September 26, 2016 at 11:44 am

    The problem is the obsession with being god by our oligarchs and stereotyping in our society. Is at the heart of this problem in pigeon holing people into believing that if they don’t behave a certain way they’re not men or women but are freaks. And our oligarchs never miss a opportunity to do mind games and exploit some niche to screw with our thinking. Remember kill the indian save the man that was used against the indigenous people it’s wannabeism the idea I want to something else than who I am and there are snake oil salespersons ready to provide this service for a high price.

  6. Roger on September 26, 2016 at 10:50 am

    Satanist, civil war, and globalists got me under mod?

    • Roger on September 26, 2016 at 10:51 am

      At least we now know who wrote the mod program.

  7. Roger on September 26, 2016 at 10:48 am

    The Satanists first pushed drugs and mind and emotion killing chemicals on the population and now seek to corrupt our identity and natural being. I feel a worldwide civil war brewing, won’t be good to be linked to globalism.

  8. Neru on September 26, 2016 at 10:38 am

    What better to keep the new population busy in trying to figure out if you are a boy or girl or neithter. When overload occurs byebye by suiside, target achieved.

  9. justawhoaman on September 26, 2016 at 8:31 am

    One doesn’t have to be a Christian evangelical to get up in arms about this trend but voicing your objection often leads to name calling on the verge of spitting. While I am stepping out on a limb with this statement, the increase in the gay community worldwide is not so much a factor of acceptance as it is increased population pressure, hence the ability to lower the birthrate. With the bombardment of estrogen in plastic bottles, and other chemicals that effect both testosterone and estrogen balance introduced into our environment, as well as the social pressure to be politically correct at all costs, this move toward transgenderism is simply one more push to limit the population by those maniacs who believe that the earth is not sustainable at higher levels. We are SO far from creating efficient agricultural methods and until we start to look at establishing local intensive farming, including urban farming, STOPPING the aerial spraying (high altitude and non-selective pesticides at lower levels), we will, in fact, unbalance this planet enough to make us (99.9%) all go extinct.

    But then, I guess that is the plan.

  10. ShiningOne on September 26, 2016 at 6:41 am

    I have no problem with homosexuality, but I will never understand this transgender phenomena. What normal 5 year old questions their sexuality, let alone their gender, anyway? I had no clue what sex even was until I was about 13, and even then, it shouldn’t be the job of schools or governments to “teach” me about sex. It’s a personal and family matter, and it should stay that way. It’s sad though that even parents are pushing gender confusion, but even then, they themselves have been brainwashed. The West is in so much trouble, because instead of worrying about more important matters like our country falling into the sewers, we’re more worried about offending people and questioning whether or not our child should wear a pair of blue shorts or a pink skirt.

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