Blurrying the roles of gender

The UN is a joke. (Although I have argued as such since they gave legitimacy to Ahmadinajad and Qadafi at the last UN meeting held here in the United States.)

Not only are they condemning Israel for “war crimes” against the terrorist organization Hamas that fights a dirty war by hiding behind civilians, but now they are telling nations that counter-terrorism policy must promote ‘gender equality.’

What is this nonsense?

Males are not the same as females. They are equal in value, yes. They are to be afforded the same rights under the law, yes. But there are OBVIOUS differences that a three-year-old can’t help but notice. Are we all in la-la land pretending that there are no differences amongst humans such as race, gender, and IQ? What is with this irrational belief that we are some how obligated to blur the lines between such differences and bring everyone up to the same social and economic level?

Joseph Abrams of Fox News writes:

In case you weren’t sure, human gender is “changeable over time and contexts,” sex slaves must not be “stigmatized” for their work, and it’s important to recognize the role of “transgender and intersex individuals as stakeholders” in counterterrorism policy.

Those are some of the conclusions of a United Nations report on counterterrorism that is intended to promote human rights — but that critics say is designed to redefine gender and hamstring actual counterterror efforts.

Just read this nonsense:

The report criticized enhanced security checks “that focus attention on male bombers who may be dressing as females to avoid scrutiny [and] make transgender persons” — who might also be crossdressing — “susceptible to increased harassment and suspicion.”

God forbid we hurt the sensibilities of a crossdresser. That’s the worst crime imaginable.

If a man doesn’t want to get questioned for why he’s wearing a damned burkha, then he shouldn’t wear one through a security checkpoint. Are we throwing common sense and reality to the wind in favor of political correctness and the preservation of people’s sensitivities?

This report is just a distraction from the real issues that leaders from China and Saudi Arabia cannot address without having to confront the nasty reality of their own governmental systems.

A round of applause goes to London for making this statement:

London, of the Hudson Institute, said that it was hopeless to look for moral guidance from a body composed of some of the world’s most brutal and repressive regimes, including Saudi Arabia and China.

“The Human Rights Council and the nations that are represented on it, they’re clearly involved in human rights violations,” London told “They’re going to be the arbiters of human rights?”

Wake up, America.


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