A few American states are passing laws prohibiting minors, or the parents of minors, from undergoing sex-change therapy. But Joseph suspects there's a bigger story...

Florida House panel to debate bill criminalizing sex-change surgeries & puberty blockers for kids, as 5 other states consider bans

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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. zendogbreath on February 8, 2020 at 8:17 pm

    Posted on Doc’s last Coronavirus post.
    Might be more appropriate here.

    Did anyone consider Force Majeure?
    Coronavirus: “To Really Destroy the USA, Just Stop Sending…”

    Bezos sold 3.5B in shares of Amazon?
    China makes 97% of USSA antibiotics?
    China makes 80% of USSA pharma ingredients?

    • Robert Barricklow on February 8, 2020 at 11:25 pm

      Capitalists will sell the rope to hang themselves.
      Although, other capitalists will gladly accommodate
      if the said rope doesn’t quite finish the job.

  2. Richard on February 8, 2020 at 5:36 am

    In one’s humble opinion, what’s politically exemplified within the US is an infiltration of an intelligence dictatorship most skilled in disinformation tactics. Subtle and innocuous since the late forties with a huge bump in the sixties and ramping up since the late eighties into the nineties. What’s seems to be playing out is a sovietization of states. Divide and conquer from within the union.

    Who typifies the traditional Marxist, Leninist, and Stalinist personae one might want to ask. A close neighbor, playing from the same Red Book from Red Square, The Party that speaks Mandarin, has also teamed up to exploit where they’re able – Bribe, pay, and collect (although they prefer stealing more than they pay for – must be fun for them). Add a peta-flopping supercomputer to assist with language skills and narrative generation to accommodate a targeted receiving population and presto from the presses, attempts at takeover without firing a shot the Confucius and Sun Tzu way of dominion. Add strategic funding from a few presumptive political philanthropists with a globalist agenda. Allow the citizenry to be their very own brand of ignorance laced stupidity and it’s just another day in the USA. All in all, one must admit exceptional resilience despite the social and cultural bombardment from abroad. This Republic is, after all, one of the greatest experiments ever to be assembled.

    Child abuse is unacceptable no matter the lamer excuse used in the name of therapy. Puberty was never meant to be easy, neither does it need to be misunderstood or exploited from ignorant social and cultural perspectives. Such predation deserves criminalization while the pre-pubescent trending through adolescence is allowed to gain an understanding of those built in hormonal changes.

    • Robert Barricklow on February 8, 2020 at 11:28 pm

      Intelligence agencies are in the thick of it w/their brothers; the financiers, putting their 2 cent$ in as well.
      Both monopolizing media in their information warfare.

  3. Danna on February 7, 2020 at 1:04 pm

    IMO 16 is still to young. Since we no longer arrest people for how they dress on the streets, I would say no hack and discard jobs until thirty or thirty-three maybe even thirty eight or forty.

    • zendogbreath on February 8, 2020 at 8:45 pm

      Perhaps police, military and sex change operations can require a minimum age of 30.

      Drug abuse of all kinds can be legal at what 21? How does Portugal’s experiment work?

  4. Loxie Lou Davie on February 7, 2020 at 11:57 am

    This lady’s behavior just proved the U.S. has been demoted to the status of a Banana Republic!! Where are The Adults in the room???

    A note here about Thurgood Marshall… a child his Mother’s punishment for him would be to send him to the basement & have him memorize The Constitution!!! To bad there aren’t more Mothers like that!!! 😉

    Isn’t that what this is all about?? Does our Constitution work or doesn’t it?!!! Was surprised to see TDS voiced here……this is NOT about any one person, this is about getting this country back on the rails to abide by the Constitution, IMO!!!

  5. OrigensChild on February 7, 2020 at 10:55 am

    Dr. Farrell, I’ve followed this website almost from the beginning. I was here a couple of years before I even posted my first response. I’ve listened to every interview and N&V that I can find. I have always found your analysis insightful, honest and clear. In my opinion this is your best News and Views broadcast yet. You have just stated what I have been saying privately to friends and family for years.

    • OrigensChild on February 7, 2020 at 11:14 am

      What follows is my own opinion. This cultural divide has been with us since the founding of our country. Key indicators of this divide can be found in the following brief list: the hefty debates over the National Bank involving Alexander Hamilton and Thomas Jefferson, the Alien and Sedition Acts of 1798 affecting free speech, Fries Rebellion over the Direct Tax of 1796, the XYZ Affair with Thomas Jefferson running a different foreign policy than John Adams fueled with bribes in exchange for cooperation, etc.. From the start you had two very different visions for the new Republic–one more democratic and the other federalist. The primary difference between then and now is that, at least in the 18th century, both sides possessed the same basic cosmology. That cosmology started changing in the 19th century with respect to social and legal policy and in the 20th century with metaphysics. That is no longer the case. Marxism was introduced into this morass in the 19th and 20th centuries in various waves, with various forms taking root in both sides of the political divide.

      In spite of my personal opinions regarding the vulgarities of the present political system, what Nancy Pelosi did, though symbolic, can be interpreted in so many ways–all of which are negative and egregious. The one thing I can admire at this juncture about Trump’s remarks in the matter is his candor regarding two cultural trends in our Democratic Republic: 1) the deep infiltration of Marxism and Socialism in its most dictatorial and fanatical forms; 2) demonstration in various statements how those adherents of said philosophy will not even consider by negotiation to achieve many of the legislative efforts they endorse if they are not one the ones directing the traffic, becoming the sole beneficiaries of the economic benefits, or receiving the public credit. I’m not limiting this to only one party here, for as we all know the Republicans are also complicit. This was a step too far. These people in office have a fiduciary and legal responsibility to serve their offices as servants to the people–not their masters. Though both sides have forgotten this sacred trust, the loony left among the Democratic party has demonstrated this in the vilest of manner. The gentlemen’s agreement between each faction has been abrogated by the most radical element. This tearing of the speech may have been a public demonstration by the offending partner of its intent to rescind that peace pact. In its most radical form, it may have even been a declaration of war. Consequentially, it may be received as such.

      As you point out, this is not simply limited to the US. It’s occurring in Europe too, with Australia potentially in line for the next cycle. Last time we saw something like this there was an assassination in the Balkans of a man who was working in the best interests of those killed him–a radical who wanted freedom at all costs and with a strong aversion to monarchy. That fool event led Europe into one of the most bloody conflicts in human history–with a full fledged Marxist regime replacing a crumbling monarchy. Last time I wrote I mentioned the specter of Joe McCarthy and the various, but related, hearings over corruption and influence as a model for this political season. With Pelosi’s actions, all we need is another fool political assassination that will unleash the dogs of war. Sitting like a spider in the middle of this is China, with its strong tentacles firmly gripping the most extreme elements in our political system through funding and influence. It appears to me that embedded somewhere within that nation state lives a group of people who want war between the US and Russia. If that happens, they get it all. Whoever these people may be, they have held the population of that nation hostage since the elevation of Mao.

      • Loxie Lou Davie on February 7, 2020 at 12:16 pm

        Excellent summation, OrigensChild!!! Thank you!! “Let him that is without sin, cast the first stone.” We don’t need to pick at each other, we need to agree about what the foundation of this country IS & then work towards implementing what our basic rules are.

        Most in my own generation were raised to “be nice” & “turn the other cheek” which has allowed Loud Mouths & uncouth people to walk all over us & implement the agendas THEY wish!! For this reason I greatly admire The Walk Away Movement….these people are standing up against the rudeness!!
        Is there some reason we can’t even be polite to each other??? Does it all boil down to who can yell the loudest?!! 😉 Is there no place for LOGIC in our society today?!!! If one is born into a “gangster family”, I suppose one would only know how to think & act like a gangster, right?!!

        Agreed, Joseph!! This has come down to two different “cultures”. Think India in the 1930’s & 40’s. How was that situation resolved???

        • zendogbreath on February 8, 2020 at 8:42 pm

          Lou, I worked for a couple different gangster families. One family for 7 years. The respect and regard for human values impressed me. Then again I saw some real dregs in other families.

          Reminds of Roadhouse when I was a kid.
          I want you to be nice, until it’s time to not be nice.

          • Robert Barricklow on February 8, 2020 at 11:34 pm

            I my limited experience
            those families are very hidden.
            Never run into a made man.
            That I know of; that is.

          • Robert Barricklow on February 9, 2020 at 11:18 am

            My apologies.
            A criminal families is not necessarily
            a mafia family.

    • zendogbreath on February 8, 2020 at 8:18 pm

      Like button OC.

      It’s almost like this is all a big staging for worse and worse events leading to a war that grandchildren will naively believe was a just war.

  6. DanaThomas on February 7, 2020 at 5:13 am

    Speaking of GERMANY: French establishment economist Jean-Yves Archer is allarmed that Germany may be headed for “Dexit”, falling back on its neighbouring “core countries”, and admits the failure of the euro. (Article in French)

  7. DanaThomas on February 7, 2020 at 2:36 am

    As far as I can tell there has been virtually nothing in the international press on this striking cultural divide or on the significant political actions being taken in the single States of the Union. Nevertheless, the more perspecacious observers throughout the world must undoubtedly be taking note of these factors.

  8. Danna on February 7, 2020 at 2:28 am

    This tweets out struck me as having extremely good foresight from an unexpected group.

  9. zendogbreath on February 7, 2020 at 12:52 am

    It does feel like even most of us here are missing that these are all various memes of the same psyop that intends to do way more than splinter all of us. It is clear. The goal shown by such tragedy is to incite violence to the point where even the wisest are forced to act.

    • zendogbreath on February 7, 2020 at 1:00 am

      This is more real. Andmore productive.

    • zendogbreath on February 7, 2020 at 1:02 am

      The only reason Trump and McMahon didn’t start fights in that stadium was that everyone in there knew the nature of the arguments.

      In other words, our bread and circuses are getting too nasty.

  10. zendogbreath on February 7, 2020 at 12:44 am

    They are all equally corrupt and in bed with each other. She did not prosecute W nor Obusha for war crimes and torture since they made her complicit.

    You are right. Rush is deaf from oxycontin that Sachlers made over 11 Billion on and fled. Trump claims to have reversed that damage with a 1.5 Billion program that will do nada. They should have put Rush away when they caught him violating parole for his drug abusing money laundering boarding that plane to a boy toy pedo island near Lil St James with a suitcase full of oxy and viagra. They are all compromised. Creepy Joe and cokey Hunter are not going to reform anything. Pelosi raised by her Baltimore mafia dad n her 100+Million hard earned estate built in Congress is not going to fix it. Pedo-destas are not going to. Jon Vietnam war protester Heinz Kerry n his son just like Hunter are not going to.

    Trump with his ties to Israeli n Russian mafia is not going to. Kushner’s dad went to prison for Epsteining Jared’s uncle.

    Trump looks like the cleanest in the whole swamp – barring Rand Paul, Bernie and Tulsi. The fact that we can see no control files waving in the breeze on Trump is a big hint on who owns and operates everyone else’s files.

    • zendogbreath on February 7, 2020 at 12:45 am

      Meant to reply to Kari.

  11. zendogbreath on February 7, 2020 at 12:21 am

    Does anyone think that was not carefully planned, coordinated, choreographed, stage managed Punch and Judy puppet show?

    • zendogbreath on February 7, 2020 at 12:26 am

      Who paid her and her crew and her WWF opponents to do this?

      The same folk staging the states’ rights fights that will ensue and bring on the splintering and weakening of the USSA?

      Things are grim with this messed up federal system. How will life go when many similar and much smaller weaker systems are forced to contend with the monsters crushing this current federal (and globalist) system?

  12. zendogbreath on February 7, 2020 at 12:18 am

    it is 10 am in South Dakota. Thank you Doc. Shilo rocks. I want to hear her sing along to Jesu on your virtual pipes.

  13. goshawks on February 6, 2020 at 11:55 pm

    Stepping back from the details, I believe a common ‘symptom’ of fractiousness is betraying a deeper ’cause’:

    Joseph Chilton Pearce wrote an amazing book, Magical Child: Rediscovering Nature’s Plan for Our Children , (1977) on what western culture has done – right and wrong – in the raising of children into adulthood. He surveyed cultures around the world and noted ‘what worked’. Then, he synthesized what optimal child-raising might look like, including the spiritual aspects. Recommended. (The book was published in 1977, so the 2020 culture is quite a few steps downward from when the ‘malfunctions’ were noted by him. The book is more pertinent, if anything.)

    A couple (of many) of Pearce’s observations bear repeating:

    First, Nature unfolds in stages within each child at its own, unique rate. There are ‘signs and portents’ when a new stage is ready to unfold. Wait for that stage, and feed-it when it arrives. Do not try to ‘rush’ a stage; that damages the child and short-circuits the unfolding. Does sex-change surgeries & puberty blockers for kids respect this unfolding?

    Second, Nature requires ‘demonstrators’ when a new stage is ready to unfold. If the appropriately-trained person (trained in a life-experience way, not necessarily degrees or certifications) is there, the stage will unfold effortlessly. If not, the whole plan founders. This includes later stages, where the unfoldment gets increasingly spiritual. How many (real) shamans/saints/sages exist for Western unfoldments? And how does this unfold in politics, where our leaders are ‘stuck’ in infantile to teenage behaviors?

    Many people know that something fundamental is wrong. This is not how America was meant to operate. And if you go back to Founding Fathers’ speeches and demeanor, there is a step-change in maturity between the displayed ‘ages’, then and now. I can only assume that Pearce’s observations on Nature’s unfoldment are being less and less honored…

  14. Robert Barricklow on February 6, 2020 at 11:44 pm

    This shouldn’t have to go to such heights as a law. It should have been nipped in the bud as an op; investigated as to who is behind it, and why.
    Push Back Democrats? Against child protection? Don’t call them democrats. Call them what they are: criminals in the legal and moral sense. Psychopaths?
    Amazing that doing the right thing for those innocent children is even being questioned, let alone the absurdity of reverse projection, on those trying to save the children.
    When I heard about the ripping up of the speech by the Speaker of the House. Well, she gives not only women as bad rep, but those in the house that supported her. Apparently the Nation State is as Quaint to her and her ilk, as is the concept of self-governance.
    The signs of bad governance are replete throughout the nation.
    Many people still have their hearts and minds together and aren’t succumbing to this inhuman culture.[period]

  15. Rachel on February 6, 2020 at 9:34 pm

    Bravo! Well done. Thank you so much for your thoughts and insights.

  16. marcos toledo on February 6, 2020 at 7:59 pm

    Are you familiar with the sci-fi novel Limbo came out in the early fifties of the last century it dealt with gender identity.

  17. anakephalaiosis on February 6, 2020 at 7:01 pm

    Doctor Who’s grassroots BILL, fresh from the Tardis:

    This is of course witches’ brew par excellence.

    Papacy is against mushrooming Runes.

    Don’t tell the pope!

  18. justawhoaman on February 6, 2020 at 6:28 pm

    Whether you approved of or disagreed with the SOTU speech, it was still beneath the dignity of the House Chair to behave like a sixth grader. With the media totally in her lap, she had every opportunity after the speech to declare her dislike and disapproval.

  19. Kari Nanstad on February 6, 2020 at 5:49 pm

    Sorry Joseph we do not agree , we boycotted this fiasco of a sham State of the Union Speeches. We don’t like Pelosi, and the DNC needs a total clean up, but we did enjoy her tearing up the speech! As Donald is as corrupt as can be nothing he says we believe . It’s not worth the paper it was written on! We would have taken it a step further and turned out chair around. Time to clean out the corruption face up to the fact this baboon was a total disaster! And BTW we did not appreciate the Rush Limball award totally disgusting !

    • Nidster - on February 9, 2020 at 3:03 am

      Johns Hopkins historian Michael Vlahos calls this type of reaction, “othering.” This occurs when there are people who believe themselves to be on the ‘correct’ side of the issues, and the ‘others’. We all need to be willing to move forward, ignore what we do not like, or can not change. We need to tamp-down our rhetoric lest in this country we experience something akin to the series of ‘religious’ wars which were waged in Europe in the 16th, 17th and early 18th centuries.

      • zendogbreath on February 9, 2020 at 12:27 pm

        Wow. “Othering.” Not bad. I have been calling that “dialecting.” Or dividing and conquering. There’s more to it though. It’s being sucked into a fight that is not our concern. One of the first things taught to new teachers in special ed (especially emotionally disturbed clients) is to be patient. Especially in fights. Do not just jump in. I learned it with dogs and horses. Do not wade into a fight unless certain you can beat and control both parties. You can pretty much count on both parties turning against you.

        Working with highschool kids is where I first noticed staged fights. As I watched the fight evolve, I noted strategically crucial players in the audience and the fighters watching me. At first I thought they were looking for me to allow them to continue. As I moved and staged to intervene, I noticed that the fight was unusually light duty. And more importantly, the strategic players were moving and staging to intervene on me. The not so little predators were prepping to prey on me.

        It sure does feel like the same thing here. When we are upset seeing a fight it might be wise to realize the target in said fight might not be one of the contenders. When you walk into a card game and you don’t know which player at the table is the sucker, it’s you. And it might be you even if you think you know who the sucker is.

        This ain’t our card game. And for sure Trump and Pelosi are paid by the same monsters.

        • Nidster - on February 9, 2020 at 9:03 pm

          Wow, bless your heart. Working with high school kids is impressive. There could be more to it though when one considers non-combatants may not be able to sit on the sidelines, or referee the actual combatants in an economy dependent on ‘just in time deliveries’ of food and other life-sustaining necessities. As you so aptly cautioned, one should not just jump into a fight that is not their concern, which might work for them unless they happen to live within the United States, and within the radius of a metropolitan area. Many Americans in the 1860’s wrongly believed hostilities would never touch their lives. Southerners in the 1860’s mostly lived in agrarian areas, and they still starved to death, or at least near-death. They had no concept of what would befall them as the American Civil War raged for several years. In today’s scenario deprivations will mostly likely affect all regions of the United States. As for anyone’s ‘payday’ those will likely become intermittent, or even stop for a vast number of citizens in an economy run by the monsters you mentioned in your reply. Many of us believe they are behind the irrational turbulence we are witnesses to.
          No need to listen to me. Listen to what Scott Michael Rank, Ph.D., who is the editor of History on the Net has to say about the daily lives of non-combatants during the 1860’s. All the best to you!

          • zendogbreath on February 10, 2020 at 9:44 pm

            No need of references. No disagreement here. More emphasis needed instead? Those wars (more than just America) in the 1850’s and on were carefully engineered, aggravated and extended.

            btw, working with those kids was fun. I was an amateur as an aide while recovering from a health issue. They helped me more than I helped them. Now the young guys fresh out of college teaching them were truly amazing. Skirting common core ideas that are the SPED model and getting troubled kids to learn real ideas in real ways was amazing. Those kids (young teachers) humbled me. Now they’re veteran teachers moved into admin and still skirting common core waste.

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