January 25, 2019
Pretty good strategy for dealing with these daemon-possessed creatures given the current progressive state of the world, huh? You don’t kill them directly, you sterilize them instead, to keep them away from children and to prevent them from passing on their corrupted genes.
Japan’s Supreme Court has upheld a law that effectively requires transgender people to be sterilized before they can have their gender changed on official documents.
The court said the law is constitutional because it was meant to reduce confusion in families and society. But it acknowledged that it restricts freedom and could become out of step with changing social values.
The 2004 law states that people wishing to register a gender change must have their original reproductive organs, including testes or ovaries, removed and have a body that “appears to have parts that resemble the genital organs” of the gender they want to register.
I’m not going to tell you that the way Japan is dealing with this daemonic issue is the absolute right way. Although Japan is ahead of the West in many aspects, they still have issues of their own that contribute to the transgender issue.
But they’re still ahead.
They sterilize transgenders while the West encourages them to have kids and create “families.”
Any problem that Japan currently has, the Japanese people can solve. They’re not too far gone. They’re doing alright, actually, because they have the most important thing. They have that singular thing that allows for anything to be done, and that as long as they have it, they know they have a chance. That thing is themselves. Japanese are still a people, they’re not a melting pot, they’re not a mix of dozens of Asian peoples.
They are themselves, and they haven’t lost themselves.
They’re together, even though they may be walking down a path they may soon choose to leave behind.
The unanimous decision by a four-judge panel, published Thursday, rejected an appeal by Takakito Usui, a transgender man who said forced sterilization violates the right to self-determination and is unconstitutional.
Despite the unanimous decision, presiding justice Mamoru Miura joined another justice in saying that while the law may not violate the constitution, “doubts are undeniably emerging,” according to Usui’s lawyer, Tomoyasu Oyama.
The two judges proposed regular reviews of the law and appropriate measures “from the viewpoint of respect for personality and individuality,” according to Japanese media reports.
It can go either way, but I think they’ll side with tradition instead of degeneracy.
But why is the West siding with degeneracy?
That is not like us.
That is not us.
Why are we not together? Why have we lost ourselves? Why aren’t we ourselves anymore?
We’ve been hijacked.
Our institutions have been hijacked.
Our media has been hijacked.
The problems the West now faces, the problems we face, are problems that exist because we’re not really ourselves. We’ve been infiltrated and our enemies are tearing it all down from the inside while claiming they’re our fellow whites.
They are robbing us from our identity. How do we know what we would be like without their constant subversion?
What would we be like today if we haven’t been subjected to their social engineering for so long?
Where would we be today?
If we want to get close to answering those questions, we first have to remove that which is not us from us, and maybe put it in a big, big shower room.
We have to become ourselves.