Want to know what offends me? Confused, tiny sub-sects of a population that would allow themselves to be used as part of a political agenda while taking advantage of their new-found influence to impose their own bizarre, misguided ideals onto the majority. These lost souls are perpetual victims, too fragile to cope with reality in a healthy way… so the rest of us need to change! Give me a break, please.

The Political Correctness agenda in the West, in all its forms, is a censorship tool masquerading as a human rights movement. Political Correctness, in fact, is being used to suppress the rights of the majority by stifling our freedom of expression and trapping us in an ever shrinking box of what is allowed vs what is not. It is an attempt to undermine Western culture and engineer a new social paradigm in which the role of the Sacred Masculine is greatly minimized, creating unbalance and disharmony.

Strong, independent alpha males (and feminine, nurturing women to a lesser extent) are being demonized and shunned while effeminate beta males, metrosexuals, bisexuals, homosexuals, transgenders, neo-feminists and soon even pedophiles (they’re working on it) are endlessly promoted and celebrated. The goal is.to drastically narrow the gap between the sexes and make us as alike as possible… one homogeneous, malleable, non-threatening, decadent, self-indulgent, sexually deviant group that is more concerned with immediate, mind-numbing gratification than with actively engaging naturally, both mentally and physically, with the opposite sex to procreate and ensure the continued survival of the human species.

Political Correctness is a mass mind control technique that has been long studied and experimented with in such institutions as the Frankfurt School and the Tavistock Institute. It has been used by tyrants past who sought greater control over their populations, going at least as far back as Lenin and Stalin. When the government controls what you can and cannot say then they also control your thoughts and actions.  ~Shep

Click here to listen to the public warning Vladimir Putin issued in regard to Political Correctness and it’s assault on Western culture.


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by Virginia Hale 29 Jan 2017

Doctors have been told to refer to expectant mothers as “pregnant people” so as not to offend transgender people, in official guidelines issued by the British Medical Association (BMA).

The controversial advice appears in a 14-page booklet on “inclusive language in the workplace” which also rules that the terms ‘biologically male’ and ‘biologically female’ are problematic, and instructs doctors to instead say that the individual was ‘assigned’ male or female at birth.

The union’s new guidelines come just weeks after it emerged that a British woman in the process of ‘transitioning’ gender put her operation on hold to have a baby, the Mail on Sunday reports.

775,000 women give birth in Britain each year, yet there are no other known cases of people in the process of ‘transition’ becoming pregnant.

Despite this, the BMA demands the word ‘mothers’ be dropped from doctors’ vocabularies in relation to pregnancy because it’s offensive to transgender people, and in order to “celebrate diversity”.

The booklet states: “A large majority of people that have been pregnant or have given birth identify as women. However, there are some intersex men and trans men who may get pregnant.

“We can include intersex men and trans men who may get pregnant by saying “pregnant people” instead of “expectant mothers.”

Heather Ashton, of the transgender support group TG Pals welcomed the new guidance, stating that the change in terminology “can only be a positive thing”.

It’s not only politically correct terminology relating to transgender issues that is covered in the guidelines issued by the doctors’ professional association and trade union.

Members are advised against using ‘male-centric language’, an example of which is the instruction to use the term ‘family name’ instead of ‘surname’, the booklet noting that some linguists believe the latter word “may originate from sire-name, the name derived from one’s father”.

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