December 14, 2016
Buffalo Bill from Silence of the Lambs: The most accurate film portrayal of “Transgenders” to date.
The social engineers behind the LGBTP movement recently concluded the annual “Transgender Remembrance Day” at America’s most prestigious military college, and people are confused as to why schizophrenics who amputate their penises and then make poses in the mirror in their mother’s clothing is considered to be some kind of accomplishment in America. The truth is frightening: if they’ve got this much power in the military, they’ve already run laps around every other institution. Suggestible gentile mothers see something like this and say “hmm, if West Point’s doing it, maybe it’s not so bad to let Junior become a girl after all.”
The transgender day is described by its founder, Gwendolyn Smith, as an “international day of action” and was originally envisioned by the graphic designer to memorialize the murder of Rita Hester, a transgender woman who died in Massachusetts in 1998.
Neither the West Point website nor an accompanying article detailing this year’s event makes any connection between that event and the mandate of West Point to educate and train young men and women to be officers in the U.S. Army. Neither was there any suggestion that discrimination against transgendered people is an issue at the Academy.
Event organizers were assisted in their efforts to mark the day of remembrance by Spectrum, a Gay/Straight Alliance Club at West Point, as well as the college’s Office of Diversity, Inclusion and Equal Opportunity.
Class of 2017 cadet Riley Dosh opened the event this year by noting, “Over the past year, innocent transgender people worldwide have lost their lives due to hate crimes. Many more died due to bias and hatred based on gender identity and expression. They were killed for coming out to friends and family, for being who they are. Their lives were cut too short unnecessarily.”
Dosh insisted, “Our society, our police forces, our governments and the media largely ignore transgender hate crimes.”
Cadet Dosh was joined at the podium by the keynote speaker Amanda Simpson, the deputy assistant secretary of defense for operational energy. Simpson said that she “did not want to here because we are going to read some of the names of the hundreds of transgender men and women who died of violent means in the past 12 months…But any way you count it, the fact remains; transgender men and women — especially transgender women of color — continue to experience violence at alarmingly high rates and are often targets for fatal hate violence.”
There is an element of truth to the idea that “transgender women of color” are in special danger of being murdered. That is because most trannies are murdered by blacks, who in the heat of the moment will pork anything with a pulse (and sometimes not), and then when they realize they’ve been duped by some duct tape and a bad wig, they fly into a rage and murder said trickster. I can’t say I blame them.
The worst element of this Jewish exacerbation of mental illness is that it is being institutionally spread. Recently , the Jewish federal judge Jed Saul Rakoff commanded New York State to cover transexual surgeries for minors under Medicaid, no questions asked. Rakoff also has succeeded in getting the public to finance superficial work like boob jobs for trannies.
New York is the latest state to grapple with the issue, with three recent court decisions extending Medicaid coverage to trans people. In March 2015, the New York State Department of Health announced that Medicaid could cover some “medically necessary” services, a common designation used by insurers. Four months later, U.S. District Judge Jed Rakoff ruled that Medicaid must also cover procedures the state had previously called “cosmetic,” including breast augmentation and tracheal shaving. However, these decisions still excluded coverage for people under 18 years old.
That changed in October of this year, when the New York State Department of Health filed a proposed rule that would extend its Medicaid coverage to treating gender dysphoria in individuals under 18. The department cannot officially adopt the rule until Dec. 5, after it has considered public comments. But the New York State Department of Health intends to move forward, according to a spokesman.
The original lawsuit was filed in June 2014 by the Legal Aid Society, Willkie Farr & Gallagher LLP and the Sylvia Rivera Law Project against the state Department of Health. In March 2015, the state health department lifted the ban, though Medicaid still didn’t cover all procedures. Over the next 18 months, the state gradually included more treatments.
But the health department opposed extending Medicaid coverage to transgender youths. Lawyers for the health department argued the medical community hadn’t reached a consensus on whether medications and surgeries intended to treat gender dysphoria were safe or effective for minors.
In particular, the medical materials presented by each party differed on what surgeries are necessary, U.S. District Judge Jed Rakoff said.
Because of the disagreement, Judge Rakoff decided the case should go to trial on the age matter. Then eight days before the trial, the health department notified the public it would change the policy.
At an October hearing, Judge Rakoff questioned the reasoning for the request, saying, “If, as a matter of constitutional law, a black child was entitled to be admitted to the schools of Little Rock, Ark., after the Brown v. Board of Education decision, the Arkansas Legislature could not, I think with a straight face, say, ‘We’ll wait till our procedure plays itself out.’ ”
About the state’s previous changes, he said: “In fact, one might make the argument it’s only when the court has pushed this case forward that they have reconsidered their previous position.”
In November, the judge handed down his decision.
This week, a health department spokeswoman said the regulation would make “transgender care and services available, regardless of an individual’s age, when such care and services are medically necessary to treat the individual’s gender dysphoria.”
Somehow, you must be at least 18 years old to buy a pack of cigarettes due to potential health problems they cause down the line, yet an irreversible surgery demanded by a crazy person that mutilates and re-engineers their body is deemed fit by Judge Rakoff to be a decision children are capable of making, and for free. It’s no secret that this surgery and lifestyle shaves dozens of years off your life due to both long-term complications from the numerous hormones, body modifications, and drugs required to “change” your sex, and that’s only if you don’t die of AIDS, suicide, or drug abuse – especially pronounced within the transsexual wing of the LGBTP “community.”
The needlessly destructive process the public is expected to cover amounts to several 10’s of thousands of dollars, all while countless millions struggle to receive decent health care for actual problems.
Yet again, a Jew purposely facilitates the misery and death of Gentile children who are victims of abuse or need therapy, under the lying disguise of Tikkun Olam! There are only 700,000 transexuals in all of America, yet interact with our culture, NGOs, academia, and entertainment industry, and you’ll see billions of dollars worth of activism used to normalize trannies and make you think there’s many more.
The Jew is the virus that launches many infections against our national body’s white blood cells – we’re it. Transexualism, homosexuality, feminism, fat acceptance – if it causes pain and morbidity, Jews champion it (except in Israel). When the white blood cells are finally vanquished by HIV, that’s when you get full-blown AIDS, which is why we must eliminate this virus before it brings about our demise.