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Transgender is ‘Mental Disorder;' Sex Change ‘Biologically Impossible’

#SIBKills: Dr. Paul R. McHugh, former psychiatrist-in-chief for Johns Hopkins Hospital and its Distinguished Service Professor of Psychiatry, says transgenderism is “mental disorder”: Sex Change ‘Biologically Impossible':


My Righteous Reaction:
Thanks be to God someone is still capable of making sense of something. The article itself is phased with clarity. The truth sounds simple because it is distilled whereas fallacy sounds delusional because its snot. This is such a serious topic and while one doesn't want to be cruel its very difficult not to be. One must ask whether the 'T', and 'Q', were ever necessary in LGBTQ. The 'T', because of what's being said here and the 'Q', because its open field day on those with syndromes, disabilities, the feminized, mis and disunderplaced.
Accent alone is sufficient to bring the sexual orientalists to your door such is the obsession with the narrative. I've taken to calling my self 'The Farmer from God knows where', or 'The unknown Farmer', just to piss people off on the issue of my non-discript mid-atlantian accent. While I'm not a farmer I'm becoming one just to confound people basing my accent on a farmer from a 1960-70's Irish soap. My wife and I may in time change our name by deed poll to Tom and Mary Riordan as we consider buying a range and a byre though we likely won't have any livestock except plastic or paper mache mockups, perhaps. I mean if not why not?
You've no idea what a distopian nightmare that opens for rural Irish despite the fact that the EU has by now socially re-engineered the State. I also refer to myself as being albino-African-Irish out of solidarity with the people of Nigeria because my mother had the misfortune of being a colour blind, tone deaf, consenting lesbian Swede and therefore was slightly more forward than the average Irish turnip lady.
May I take this opportunity to extend the Pope's Papal blessings on you and yours good Professor because he's apparently decided he's dying and mightn't get round to it. Apparently he to is too confused as is Pope elect Bishop Tutu. People are in chaos not the world. Live long and prosper good Professor!

@paulcassidy
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gawO4V_VB64

#SIBKills: Video Depicts Unborn Baby’s Development: "At 9weeks baby is like a little human being": lifenews.com/2011/11/23/ast… via @StevenErtelt

#SIBKills: Video Depicts Unborn Baby’s Development: "At 9weeks baby is like a little human being": lifenews.com/2011/11/23/ast… via @StevenErtelt

My Comment:
As a practicing RC Christian I follow the Church's teaching in relation to abortion however I recognise that I live in a civil society and that theocracies represent a partisan approach to legislation no more so than would be the case with an atheistic ideocracy. Peoples perceptions of values differ and that's something we've got to allow for. But it is not hard to recognise a foetus developing human potential from an unborn baby with human potential and therefore deserving of human rights. Nine weeks is pretty much the point at which the foetus becomes discernibly human developing individual characteristics. Over 20 weeks baby becomes viable and can survive outside the womb as is the case with 'Baby Y', delivered at 24weeks. In practical terms an abortion or spontaneous abortion/miscarriage, even at three months, will produce little more than a clotted mass though the woman will require a DNC, which can of itself destroy her chances of ever becoming pregnant again if the surgeon scrapes the lining of the womb.

We are along way from Row V Wade and not having any real insight into foetal development to the kinds of imagery and surgical techniques of our time. One Irish pro-abortionist commented today that she resented things not having changed since she first traveled to London to have her abortion in 1971. And yet things have changed, in all kinds of ways, especially since Boots and the Irish Pharmaceutical Association introduced the morning after pill - effective up to one month - across the country. So why have the pro-choice lobby not nuanced or toned down their position since? Because they are ideocracts just as dogmatic in their conviction as yesterday's theocrats. They simply don't want to make any concessions, for them it's business as usual despite the sea change in circumstances surrounding conception and pregnancy. Beyond a certain point a foetus becomes more than a reproductive byproduct which an expectant mother can simply flag on or wave down at will.

Women who become matriarchs also become societies basic organising principle a fact, the significance of which, feminists fail to grasp in a post strategic world desperately searching of a new MO. The subject of a dammed good thesis no doubt. Words of wisdom to Ivana the Batchick (Lab. TD).

@paulvcassidy

#NFI: @SinnFeinIreland neither #Europhile nor #Eurosceptic but #Eurocritical” says Lynn Boylan: @IrishTimes

Lynn is a former student of mine, back in the day, so she's a fully qualified, convinced and convincing environmentalist. No cynic as Miriam Lord suggests here - in this article - but a deeply empathetic person who possess qualities, grace and charm. And on top of all of that still manages to be a highly photogenic politico - which is quite a mystery to me.

As to how she made it through the ranks. She had the good fortune to land on Martin Ferris's patch and from there to find her way back to Dublin cutting her teeth at party Ard Fheiseanna enroute. Obviously she decided to go with the Irish handle 'Ni Bhaoigheallain', when in Kerry reverting to 'Boylan', in Dublin. (This is not a conspiracy. She's a 'Lovely girl' and people like her - simple as Miriam). Not surprising she's been so well received in Dublin. She really is the genuine article. Dublin's answer to Martina Anderson.

I can't vote for you Lynn but I would do if I could do. Best of luck tomorrow.
@paulvcassidy

#GWOBs: Eric Garner says “I Can’t Breathe”, 11 times before dying in #NYPD police chokehold: : youtu.be/D5cGJOR-bWU

#GWOBs: Eric Garner says “I Can’t Breathe”, 11 times before dying in #NYPD police chokehold: : youtu.be/D5cGJOR-bWU

Eric Garner says “I Can’t Breathe”, 11 times before dying in #NYPD police chokehold:

My Comment: The soil works best when left undisturbed the microbial biome sequestering up to 40% of the carbon the plants lockin. Disturb the soil and all kinds of chaos follows before it settles down again. The soil has within it every conceivable pattern of response when it is not toxified into servility. The same is true of the people. They need to be healthy so that when the time of disturbance comes they are fit to respond. A healthy society is all response in so many ways as indicated by the protesters. These are plainly peaceful people with nominal expectations. Don't you just get sick and tired of seeing ordinary people getting picked on? 


This military style of policing is a direct product of the military-industrial complex and its relationship to the GWOT, Zionist project , NSA and the ethos of full spectrum dominance. One can only wonder what the upshot will be: the ongoing militarisation of policing or the socialisation of policing? I guess it depends on whose in charge of the police budget because at root that's a question of manpower versus weaponisation and kit. One could argue that a at least one member of every police patrol be a qualified paramedic and that every station employ at least one psychiatrist, one nurse/medic, a sociologist, a welfare officer and addiction counselor.

One of the problems is that police officers see themselves as a paramilitary force much like the RUC did in Northern Ireland as a consequence of the 'Troubles', and that led to a 30yr civil conflict. Its vitally important that the Mayors not allow the police be assimilated into the New World Order enforcement project.
@paulvcassidy

#TINI Meeting Concludes with #Monsanto March as Social Partnership & Local Government Models of Participation found wanting:

#TINI Meeting Concludes with #Monsanto March as Social Partnership & Local Government Models of Participation... fb.me/3h3uZhhZE

#TINI Meeting Concludes with #Monsanto March as Social Partnership & Local Government Models of Participation found wanting:

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#TINI Meeting Concludes with #Monsanto March as Social Partnership & Local Government Models of Participation found wanting:

My Comment:
Here's some pictures I took of the TINI (Transition Ireland Northern Ireland) meeting in Ashoka House last Saturday. Thanks to Damien Creggan (light blue top & hat) for driving up and being a great mate for the day. I represented my own views quite forcibly: 1)That Local Government should be replaced with a National Forum elected from a representatives put forward by prescribed NGOs; 2)That we needed a far bigger idea of what a 'Tool', was, namely that the meeting and budgets not become a subset of the IT Guys budgetary fantasies in the same way political parties appeared to have become a subset of the printing industry and it's bills. The point was plainly taken on board because the TINI.ning site is not working today so I assume someone took the huff. Still their Facebook link is up.

Theresa Carter explained, in great detail and insight, TINI's interaction with the Social Partnership Process and new model for public participation in relation to nation energy transition plan and TINI's role therein. A task which had plainly taken her to the end of her tether but one which she elaborated on with great poise nonetheless. My proposal for the abolition of Local Government in favour of a National NGO Forum for Environment, Community and Local Government is very radical to the point of being communistic but ironically poses as much a challenge for the emergent Left as it does for the established powers because it totally changes the game effectively decommissioning our clientelist patronage system of governance which has turned us into the petty, 'Going along to get along', sycophantic nation we are. My point about taking the budget off the 'Julio for Toolios', was also plainly challenging my key concern being that we need to get out there into garden from the git go. Just as revolutionaries worked off the revolutionary trail so too 'Eco-solution-aries', must work out of the project rooted in their 'chosen product', - to borrow a phrase from neighbour Niall McQuaid.

The conversation also focused on the resurgent interest in the energy debate from issues including: Fracking, Pylons, Windmills, Interconnectors, Vegan/Organic Agriculture etc and was likened to the LGBTQ debate in that respect; there being no right or wrong just increasing and more sensitised patterns of awareness to the human needs and dispositions. Thanks to Elaine and Nicola from my own working group and to Nicola for asking the question 'How to become carbon neutral?' and offering me the opportunity to at least answer it in part: By moving from Meat Loving towards Vegan diets; By switching to Green energy electric providers; By limiting mileage in the car and switching home heating systems to solar, photovoltaic and biomass fuel; By constraining you pattern of personal consumption including annual holidays; and by getting involved in promoting Carbon Sequestration either directly or by sponsoring a Rainforest/Indigeous Peoples NGO.

And so onto the Monsanto March which was reasonably well attended and seemed to swell enroute from the Garden of Rememberance to the Department of Agriculture where I took some photos on my slightly aged Nokia thanks to the cooperation of the people concerned whose names I did not have the temerity to ask. Perhaps some folks can Facebook Tag their faces. I was very impressed and put to shame for having no banner myself which I never do because getting out the door always drives me into internal crisis. Thanks to all for the great day out and hope the TINI troop are not falling out over IT budgets.

BTW: Rebelmouse is free as is Twitter and Facialbook though some small budget is really becoming an issue for me too which is something I'm going to have to do something about asap.

Paulvcassidy

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#Transition: Martin Rees describing in scientific terms the global imperative of #Krishna Consciounsess: youtu.be/tMSU6k5-WXg via @YouTube

#Transition: Martin Rees describing in scientific terms the global imperative of #Krishna Consciounsess: youtu.be/tMSU6k5-WXg via @YouTube


My Comment: Its no longer a question of 'Which God', 'Who's book'? or 'What ideology or technology'? but rather 'Which MO is sustainable'? and in ecological terms the Krishna Consciousness Movement win that one hands down. The world must simply look through the rather bizarre, perplexing and somewhat threatening iconography of the Krishna movement and see that in lifestyle terms they're right and we're wrong and that's that. If we could just hop, skip and jump over the bullshit to that simple realisation we'd be sorted within a decade or two and fit to traverse the millennium ahead otherwise we simply will not make it. The only question is whether we take everything else out with us as Martin Rees is suggesting? And beyond that whether we imagine the universe is so benign that it would allow us to turn its lights out.

So listen carefully to the question which is being asked here: Which is worse a ninety or one hundred percent extinction of humanity in a context where one hundred percent ends all life? While warning against what I call the eco-Armageddonists Martin Rees really sides with them because he is saying a 90% cull is livable with. People must take this on board because the notion that the human population could be culled back to less than half a billion is being mentioned again and again and again, almost mantra like. There is only one thing most people can do and it happens to be the most effect thing to do and that is to transition your lifestyle towards that of the vegan light, toxin free, anti-materialist modus advocated by the Krishna Consciousness Movement.

As the Nike advert says 'Just do it'!

@paulvcassidy

#Occupy: SHOCKING! Babies, young children & mothers Victims Of #IDF Shelling: youtu.be/7UyO0i-t_Dw via @YouTube

#Occupy: SHOCKING! Babies, young children & mothers Victims Of #IDF Shelling Rus...: youtu.be/7UyO0i-t_Dw via @YouTube

My Comment:

The entire population is totally traumatised 75% of which are women and children. Hamas & the IDF are both fascistic entities, one acting as the sacrificial lamb of Islam the other the righteous progeny of Zion. The map of Palestine looks like an anatomy of a autopsy the notion that two viable states could co-exist utter nonsense. In truth one must destroy the other or both must give way to a unified pluralist and secular state. But no-one wants this because the interests in the conflict run deep including showcasing the Iron Dome defense system. Research needs to be done on the procurement of all these weapons systems because I've no doubt the armaments dealers and procurers are all wise guys on the same side regardless of theocratic nonsense.

In a strict Biblical sense Islam and Judaism contesting the Holy Land is a akin to a fight among cadavers for control of the mortuary. Fatah are closer to the truth than either the IDF or Hamas. In reality Hamas have been a disaster for Gaza and Palestine but this is a civilian city we are talking about. The notion of waging war in it when the Israelis have such sophisticated weapons systems at their disposal is totally unjustifiable; the ambition to remove Hamas reasonable but how? The truth is there is no way of normalising politics outside of a comprehensive settlement but the Israelis don't want this because this would leave the emerging state split 50:50 between Arabs and Jews. A solution as far as the world is concerned but not where either Hamas or Zionists are concerned. And most Israelis, even radical peaceniks, are zionists (though lowercase) advocating the twin state solution. The truth is there is very little anyone can do except pray for an end to the delusion which is sustaining the conflict.

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