Rather than blame a justice system which let a killer walk free, she blamed all straight men just for being born.Authored by Simon Black: Are you ready for this week’s absurdity? Here’s our Friday roll-up of the most ridiculous stories from around the world that are threats to your liberty, your finances, and your prosperity.
7 Feb 2020
Jewish Israel Death Forces Kill Gentile Teen, Attack Gentile School Children, Demolish Gentile Homes, Destroy Gentile Olive Groves, Destroy Gentile Water Supply, Etc., Etc., Etc.
Jewish Israel Death Forces shot a Gentile teen in the heart, attacked school children in Bethlehem, attacked fishermen in Gaza Mega Concentration Camp, abducted a mayor, children, and others, demolished homes, etc. in the past day and a half…
News reports from IMEMC:
A Palestinian boy identified as Mohammad Salman al-Haddad, 17, was shot and killed, on Wednesday, during confrontations between Palestinian youths and Israeli soldiers in the southern West Bank city of Hebron, according to the Palestinian Ministry of Health. Witnesses said clashes broke out in Bab al-Zawiyeh, where the heavily-barricaded Israeli-controlled […]
‘No right to privacy from the opposite sex’: Cool 13-year-old girl takes fag school trans inclusion rules to UK High CourtBy Valentyn Ogirenko: Some British schools are trying to be more accommodating to trans students at the expense of others, a 13-year-old has alleged in court documents. She says their guidelines go against girls’ desire for privacy, dignity and safety.
The new Trans Inclusion Toolkit released by Oxfordshire County Council last February instructs that students should have access to toilets, changing rooms, dorms and similar spaces, in accordance with the gender they identify as.A 13-year-old girl has challenged the rules, saying the council never bothered to ask non-trans students like her how they felt about them. “Under these guidelines I have no right to privacy from the opposite sex in changing rooms, loos, or on residential trips,” she said in legal papers filed with the High Court in London on Thursday.