Everything sounds like a lie because it is a lie. It is all constructed, all mediated.
FTA: “Young believes that was when Pharma realized that autism and gender fluidity were linked and caused by their vaccines, they had to find a way to hide it....OR EXPLOIT IT!
After nearly 30 years as a sales executive in this industry, I can assure you...profits are the only motivator. Blockbuster medications such as Sildenafil were developed and marketed solely based upon its ‘adverse event’ profile. Disease states are ‘marketed’ in an effort to ‘raise awareness’ long before the product in development is brought to market. Don’t be surprised when these same organizations develop the drug to mitigate or quell the damage they themselves have created!
Thank you Elizabeth for this well written and researched piece.
All versions of feminism, 1.0 2.0 3.0 etc, have one thing in common. Gender differences are the result of social
Conditioning. If children could be raised neutrally we would see as many female structural engineers as male, and as many male pre school teachers as female. Inside, men and women are the same. Transgenderism is a complete refutation of this. A woman born into a man’s body, raised as a boy, socially conditioned as a boy, still must eventually declare ‘her’ womanhood. Because that is who she is. No amount of social conditioning had any effect. You can’t be both a feminist and also believe in Transgenderism.
Pardon this very tardy response, but I wrote this about a specific "mass"shooting as well as the genre in general:
Okay, so here’s a thought. Narcissism is the disease of the decade. Is it possible that’s Pharma related too? Autism has an element of narcissism to it. They’re not entirely unrelated.
You made a really good point. Trans people can’t organize this. They’re too messed, too weak. I think a lot of the public trans now are really just nasty narcissists intending on causing trouble. They aren’t like trans fifteen years ago. I met a gay buddy for coffee about twenty years ago. He was bald, wiry, very tough and he showed up wearing white sandals with medium high heels. And a nice summer dress with a string of white beads. He was a part time actor on movie sets. I asked if he had stepped off a set. He said this was something he had to do periodically. He wasn’t trying to pass. He wasn’t saying he was a woman. He just had to express himself that way every so often. And he asked me if it bothered me. I said ‘I don’t tell my friends how to dress or what to wear.’ That was that. But that was nothing like what I’m seeing in Victoria now.
And the caricatures of women that are being portrayed is insulting. ‘I’m a woman. I’m a little princess! I like to play dress up! Because that’s what women are.’