The Creation of a “Transgender” Problem
By Robert Ringer
I have a feeling that most people don’t really understand what the transgender bathroom issue is all about. Obviously, it has nothing whatsoever to do with “civil rights.” In reality, it’s nothing more than part of an overall radical-left strategy to create civil unrest. (Yes, the Cloward-Piven strategy to collapse the welfare system and precipitate a crisis that would lead to a guaranteed national income for everyone is part of the same civil unrest plan.)
But first, let’s first state the obvious: There is no such thing as a “transgender.” The whole notion that a man can arbitrarily decide he’s a woman and a woman can arbitrarily decide she’s a man is not just perverse, it’s ridiculous.
And guess who’s well aware that it’s ridiculous? The power structure of the radical left, that’s who. In fact, I believe that every time they come up with another crazy, in-your-face idea, they high-five each other and laugh up a storm behind closed doors. (Similar to what they did after they pushed Obamacare down the throats of a public that had made it clear it did not want it, then joked about how they had to lie to get it passed.)
So what’s really behind all this transgender nonsense? The same thing that has motivated the radical left for decades, long before Obama snookered his way into the White House: the desire to create an uprising, preferably a violent uprising. Since day one in office, the Duplicitous Despot has repeatedly poked the average citizen in the eye, with no hint of sympathy for those who believe in a civilized society or American exceptionalism.
Whether it’s forcing people to violate their religious beliefs, forcing them to accept to Obamacare, or forcing them to pay generous benefits to those who are illegally in the country, the intent is to inflame passions to the point of fomenting open rebellion.
Once a rebellion is at hand, the government would then “have no choice” but to declare a state of emergency, call out the national guard to put down the “rioters,” and, of course, “postpone” the upcoming elections. After all, the government has to put public safety first, right?
In the early days of the Duplicitous Despot’s reign, I thought the odds of his second term being extended via a phony state of emergency were 50-50. However, I no longer believe that, because I think Obama has overplayed his hand, which in turn has led to a huge split in the Democratic party.
As is evidenced by their support of commie Bernie, young people, in particular, hate the current power structure, which would make implementation of a state-of-emergency scam much more difficult to accomplish than it would have been a couple years ago. Even so, I believe Obama will continue to poke his finger in the eyes of everyday Americans in the hopes of leaving the country in an even greater state of chaos than it now is when he finally gives up the Oval Office.
But since Hillary, regardless of whether or not she will be eased out of the race by Comey and Friends, will NOT win the presidency, it’s going to be difficult for the radical left to prevent a Trump regime in Washington from at least getting the country started on the decades-long task of digging itself out of the eight-year abyss into which the anti-American crowd has pushed it.
That said, look for the most egregious violations of Western culture — things like transgender bathrooms, sanctuary cities, and open borders — to be the first to go by the wayside once Obama is gone.
I should add that even though Trump took a lot of heat for his remarks about the transgender bathroom issue, what he actually said (as opposed to what his enemies would like us to believe he said) was very reasonable. Leaving a matter up to the individual states to decide is almost always a good idea.
In addition, Trump is right when he says that so-called transgenders using whatever bathroom they want have never been a big problem. That being the case, there is little doubt in my mind that Trump will repeal Obama’s toothless decree on the transgender bathroom issue once he’s in office, and the individual states will be able to resolve the matter as they see fit — which will undoubtedly be to the liking of conservatives.
Okay, enough said on this gigantic “problem.” Now, is anyone interested in discussing some lesser important issues — like, say, the national debt, balancing the budget, how to deal with 12 million illegal immigrants, and protecting the homeland from radical Islamic terrorists? Just thought I’d ask.