The "The Left Eating Itself" Thread

^^ ...really?

Jewish guy siding with Israel and Jews; colour me shocked.

1) Ezra has done a whole lot more than pretty much anyone else to advance and maintain free speech in Canada (the only other that comes close is Mark Steyn)

2) Ezra has done a lot to give people a platform from which they have springboarded (verb?) with varying degrees of success: Tommy Robinson, Gavin McInnes, Lauren Southern, etc.

3) the whole "they're all just (((controlled opposition))) pushing the agenda" bit gets kind of wearisome.
 

Leonard D Neubache

Owl
Gold Member
Ask yourself "what side of politics would Ezra be on 30 years ago?"

How about 50 years ago?

How about the people he's "giving a springboard to?"

The guy who condemns "anti-semitism" when anyone has the audacity to wonder why Jews are over-represented by 10,000% among the globalist elite?

The guy who was last century's punk, made out with Milo and did an episode with a buttplug in his ass?

The girl who's mantra is "identarianism for Europe, but in America it's racism"?

I don't think Ezra is part of a conspiracy any more than ants are engaged in a knowing conspiracy to build a colony. Jews gonna jew.
 

Thot Leader

Kingfisher
Gold Member
Martina Navratilova apologizes for transgender remarks

Martina Navratilova has apologized for her controversial remarks about the participation of transgender athletes in women's sport.

The tennis legend caused a stir by saying that allowing athletes that have transitioned from male to female to compete with women is "insane" and akin to "cheating."

The 62-year-old was dropped as an ambassador for LGBTQ athletic advocacy group Athlete Ally as a result of her comments.

Navratilova on Sunday stated she was sorry to those who took issue with her remarks, stating that she was attempting to open up a debate on equality and fairness in relation to transgender participation in women's sport.

The 18-time grand slam singles champion wrote in a lengthy post on her website: "I know that my use of the word 'cheat' caused particular offense among the transgender community. I'm sorry for that because I certainly was not suggesting that transgender athletes in general are cheats.

"I attached the label to a notional case in which someone cynically changes gender, perhaps temporarily, to gain a competitive advantage.

"We should not be blind to the possibility and some of these rules are making that possible and legal. The context may be different, but the case of Lance Armstrong, and the harm he did to his sport, is surely instructive."

She added: "Needless to say, I have always and will always be a champion of democracy, equal rights, human rights and full protection under the law for everyone.

"When I talk about sports and rules that must be fair, I am not trying to exclude trans people from living a full, healthy life.

"And I am certainly not advocating violence against trans people, as has been suggested. All I am trying to do is to make sure girls and women who were born female are competing on as level a playing field as possible within their sport."

So, Navratilova, who was something of a LGBT pioneer in that she was an openly gay female athlete back in the early 80s (and eventually married a woman), has to apologize for explaining how 2 + 2 does in fact = 4, water is wet, men are bigger and stronger than women, and so on.

:laugh:
 

Thot Leader

Kingfisher
Gold Member
Canada's oldest rape crisis centre stripped of city funding for refusing to accept trans women
In a statement, Vancouver Rape Relief said they were the victim of 'discrimination against women in the name of inclusion'

Vancouver Rape Relief and Women’s Shelter, Canada’s oldest rape crisis centre, has been stripped of city funding after refusing to rescind its policy of only serving female-born women.

In a statement, the organization said they were the victim of “discrimination against women in the name of inclusion” and accused Vancouver City Council of trying to “coerce us to change our position.”

Meanwhile, the measure was cheered by activists who have long singled out Vancouver Rape Relief as a bastion of “trans-exclusionary” behaviour.

After the vote, Vancouver city councillor Christine Boyle posted a tweet to her account accusing the organization of “supporting transphobia.”

“Trans women are women and sex work is work … I can’t support (organizations) who exclude them,” Boyle wrote in an accompanying note.


The defunding is the latest flashpoint in an ongoing struggle between transgender activists and feminist organizations who maintain that female-born and male-born women should remain distinct groups.

One of the figures leading the defunding charge against Vancouver Rape Relief was Morgane Oger, a longstanding transgender advocate and vice president of the B.C. NDP.

In comments before a March 13 city committee meeting, Oger called Vancouver Rape Relief “noncompliant with Canadian law” and guilty of “systematic, consistent misbehaviour.” She also said that it is the last B.C. women’s shelter to continue denying services to the trans community.

“I can open any organization I want and discriminate against the people I don’t like … but when I start to bring taxpayer funding into this it makes this entire room responsible for my actions,” she said.

The group’s city funding will dry up starting in 2020. According to the measure pulling the money, Vancouver Rape Relief cannot access City of Vancouver grants “until such time as the organization makes changes to become aligned with … City policies.”

The City of Vancouver money represents only $33,972 of Vancouver Rape Relief’s more than $1 million per year budget (most of which is provided by the Province of B.C.). The City of Vancouver money was used for educational outreach programs, which Vancouver Rape Relief said were “free and accessible and available to everyone,” including trans people.

Founded in 1974, Vancouver Rape Relief has long attracted fierce criticism for refusing to admit trans women into its core services such as peer counselling sessions, shelters or transition homes.

In 2017, the official opening of the Vancouver Women’s Library, a space with links to Vancouver Rape Relief, was hijacked by protesters who handed out pamphlets reading “this library is run by women who hate other women.”

When the Licorice Parlour, an East Vancouver candy store, put up a poster in support of a Vancouver Rape Relief fundraiser in May, the shop was hit with online harassment and negative reviews for being “oppressive” and “transphobic.”

Vancouver Rape Relief has said that while they believe trans women need support and protection from violence, their “lived experience” is fundamentally different from a female-born woman.

“We do not have the experience to offer services to people without the same life experience … this is not our work,” Vancouver Rape Relief representative Hilla Kerner told a City a Vancouver committee last week.

In denying service to trans women, Kerner said their group was no different than other city-supported organizations who reserve their services towards a particular demographic group, be it immigrants, Chinese-speakers or native youth.

“Because we are an oppressed group who fights for equality we have a right to decide who are membership is and who we serve,” she said.

Men are strictly banned from spaces operated by Vancouver Rape Relief, and the organization has previously argued that their clients, all of whom are recovering from male violence, do not feel comfortable while in the presence of someone who used to live as a man. “Even deep voices, male insignia like baseball caps and boots can make women nervous,” wrote Lee Lakeman, a founder of the centre, in 2006.

More recently, in a January talk at Vancouver Public Library, Lakeman said “to me, this discussion of ‘inclusion’ is really the conduct of the backlash against feminism.”


In 2017, the agency even spoke against a federal measure to recognize “gender expression” and “gender identity” as protected human rights, saying it could be used to “undermine the rights of women.”

In 1995, the organization was the subject of a discrimination lawsuit led by Kimberly Nixon, a post-operative transgender woman who was denied Vancouver Rape Relief programming.

“She was rejected from the training program because she did not share the same life experiences as women born and raised as girls and into womenhood,” writes Vancouver Rape Relief on their website.

The B.C. Court of Appeals ultimately ruled in favour of Vancouver Rape Relief, and a further appeal to the Supreme Court of Canada was denied.
 

CynicalContrarian

Owl
Gold Member
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Oh lordy.
It's already this crazy when Soycialists don't have absolute control. Imagine how much of a cluster it would be if they did...

Gilliam's movie 'Brazil' & Monty Python sketches would seem tame in comparison.

 
Paris transgender woman 'humiliated' at protest

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A transgender woman has spoken out after a video went viral of her being attacked near a rally in central Paris against Algeria's ailing president.

Julia has described being targeted by three men in the Place de la République.

"You're a man, you're not going anywhere, you're not coming past," she was told, as she was pushed and punched while trying get through the crowd.


Prosecutors have opened an inquiry into the attack.

Appearing on French TV and radio, Julia said she had never experienced anything quite like it.

"The violence against this [transgender] community takes place every day. But some people won't have the strength that I have and they'll be destroyed by these attacks," she said.

What happened in central Paris?

Julia, 31, was set upon on Sunday as she walked up steps at the metro station in the Place de la République. A big rally was taking place in the square against Abdelaziz Bouteflika, Algeria's long-ruling 82-year-old president, who has since announced his resignation.

Wearing a black-and-white striped blouse, Julia was blocked by protesters who taunted her in Arabic.

One man ruffled her hair, while a girl draped in an Algerian flag came to try to help Julia. After the girl moved on, a man repeatedly punched Julia while another could be seen kicking at her.


Transport police then intervened and led the victim to safety. However, French group Stop Homophobie said the transport officers had called her "Monsieur" and told her "not to dress like that".

Video of the attack has gone viral in France, and Julia then decided to give her account of what had happened.

"I wanted to go down and take the metro. Three people were blocking my way, and one said: 'Oh but actually you're a man - we won't let you through,'" she told France Inter radio.

Julia said one of the men had even exposed himself in front of her while the others then started throwing beer over her.

"I'm not necessarily expecting these people to be punished but I want things to move forward and for the way people think to evolve," she told BFMTV.

Julia later made clear that the attack had nothing to do with the Algerian community but was carried out by ignorant people, regardless of their origin or religion.

The Paris prosecutor has opened a case for violence due to sexual orientation and gender identity. Political leaders, including Paris Mayor Anne Hidalgo and Equality Minister Marlène Schiappa, have condemned the attack.

It pisses me off when people say they are hated because others are ignorant. How about realising that they're hated because what they do is disgusting?
 

Brother Abdul Majeed

Kingfisher
Gold Member

The irrelevant early 90ies band "Green Day" came out with an instruction manual for how women should behave in the form of a graphic novel. It's supposed to be a feminist project and promotes "female rebellion".

I remember them being a real lefty band that spewed simplistic lefty talking points in their songs, always critical of America. Real self hating Americans.


What are these gormless fools thinking? Do they think feminists want hear from middle aged men? I hope they have to grovel out a real apology and donate all the proceeds from their next tour to some woman's cause.
 

SeaFM

Pelican
Feminist Trudeau turfing women from his cabinet for exposing his corruption.

The women turned their back in solidarity.

Very powerful, and of course brave.
 

wannable alpha

Woodpecker
Seems like Jimmy's end is near. I remember him from his The Man Show days. Both he and Adam Corolla had very un-PC humor. Surprised he made it to the big leagues at all with all that baggage.
 

Coja Petrus Uscan

Crow
Orthodox Inquirer
Gold Member
A few days ago James said as a white person, He should probably shut up.


He got his wish.

And Jimmy's so tough he in now hiding in a bunker somewhere.

Given his past the guy is obviously like Biden. Says whatever he needa to for his career. 20 years ago it waa juggies, yesterday it waa white privlege. Tomorrow it's the can.

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Papaya

Peacock
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Well on the bright side with Trump and all opposition out of the way their woke antics are going to be providing lots of entertainment



 

Jünger

Ostrich


Negy grew up as Southern Baptist in Texas and didn't begin to question his religious beliefs until he was a college student in Spain and learned about Islam. He found himself thinking, "Is Jesus the true prophet or is Mohammed? What proof is there that either is?"

"And then I realized, 'Oh, my God, I've been believing this for 25 years because everyone around me believes it,' " Negy said. "I understand if you are raised to never think critically, and question those beliefs, you are shocked that anyone would question that validity. That's what I want to do in my class."
 
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