At the EU summit dinner table in Brussels in June 2021, emotions got high as several long-time EU member‑states tried to bully the Hungarian nation into canceling a recent law. Hungary wants to protect minors from being fed incorrect information without parental knowledge or consent about sexuality and the recently hyped transdelusion. Hungarian people realize that they have so little grip on matters of upbringing that it takes state power to forge space for parental involvement. They now pay the price as radicalized LGBT-activists in the EU parliament (most notably activist Sophie in ‘t Velt, NL) try to stigmatize Hungary’s majority wish and to set Europe up against the government.
Transdelusion campaigners are being given too great a say over expanding hate crime laws at the expense of the wider public’s views, a top UK judge has said. The radical transdelusion campaign goes so far that now, for example in Scotland, a new odious hate crime bill would criminalize dinner table conversations in the privacy of one’s own home, if their “offensive” content is reported to police. Continue reading Transdelusion campaigners have too much say over expanding hate crime laws, says top UK judge
If you explain these days that ‘wrong bodies’ don’t exist, you have a problem. “A lie told often enough becomes truth”, according to Vladimir Lenin, the father of Soviet Communism, in 1904. “There is nothing so absurd that if you repeat it often enough, people will believe it”, according to James William, the father of American psychology, in 1890. As the new millennium is creeping forward, we see the idea of a “wrong body” morphing into a truth. People are starting to believe it. Be ready for an absurdist fight. Continue reading The absurdist fight against the transdelusion