Intersex: Media and Fashion Industry Have Found a New Variety of FREAK to Promote

ODIELE. NOT MAN. NOT WOMAN.

Humans have no control over the bodies they are born with. Odiele has male chromosomes but was raised as a girl because her body converts testosterone to estrogen. It’s a relatively rare condition that today is called intersex.

The media and fashion industry are using intersex Odiele to promote women who strongly resemble men. It fits the long-term New World Order goal of having only one gender, sort of a blend of male and female.

While the alt-right has no quarrel with intersex people, there is a sinister agenda in promoting them in the name of inclusion. No woman or man should aspire to look like Odiele.

Mass androgyny would be a disaster for the human race.

NO SEXUAL ATTRACTION HERE FOR THE TYPICAL MALE.

Condensed from The Guardian

It took a long time for Odiele, now 28, to come out of hiding, but in January she came out publicly in Vogue, and instantly brought into focus the sixth – and least appreciated – letter in the queer acronym, LGBTQI. “For a lot of people, the first time they hear about it is when they talk to me,” Odiele says. “Most people really have no idea.”

“There’s a kind of shame placed on our bodies, like we’re not supposed to talk about it,” she says. “I will never know what it is to be a cis-gender woman, I will never be able to talk about a period or having a child, but I’m not a man either – I’m proud intersex.”


Like Calliope Stephanides in Jeffrey Eugenide’s 2003 Pulitzer Prize-winning novel, Middlesex, Odiele was born with internal testes, and no uterus or ovaries. She had one X and one Y chromosome, in keeping with men. “I have XY chromosome insensitivity,” she says. “I was born with internal testicles that produce testosterone, but which my body converts to oestrogen.” She smiles. “It’s crazy, right?”

There’s no one way of being intersex – the term covers around 30 variations of characteristics – but standard procedure has always involved surgery to force the body into one sex or the other, often on the assumption that bigger medical problems will lie in wait down the road. Odiele spent large parts of her childhood in and out of hospitals undergoing treatment, and she knows that time will never come back to her – like the body she was born with, it’s gone. “There are so many complications that come with surgeries, they’re irreversible,” she says. “You have to be on hormone therapy your whole life, and that messes up a lot of things.”

ODIELE WITH HUSBAND.

After coming out, Odiele met an intersex woman from Utah who had avoided surgery – a rarity. “She’s a very strong person, with a lot less trauma than I have,” she says. “But most people I’ve met have had surgery. To normalise the body, they just cut things out.” She considers it a human rights violation, an age-old impulse to correct things that don’t conform to the binary ways in which men seek to shape the world. As with transgender rights, she believes greater visibility will change the way people treat intersex people.

As a child, Odiele could feel the pull of the male chromosomes she was born with, but was unable to articulate why. “It’s weird because I went to psychologists my whole life and even when I had a question, everyone just dismissed it.”

In the Catholic school she attended she was a bundle of hyperactivity, always fidgeting in class – flipping her chair, upsetting her desk. “I couldn’t sit still,” she says. “I was always moving around.” She thinks briefly before adding. “They did love me, though, my teachers. They loved and hated me at the same time.”

Finding out she was intersex was both a relief and a shock. “I always felt like I was the only one like me, that I had this weird thing going on – having to go and see the doctor for my genitals, thinking, ‘What the hell is wrong with me?’”

Being prodded and stared at for so much of her childhood was humiliating and lonely. Now she feels the solidarity of a community, with just a lingering trace of sadness. So many surgeries, so much energy spent on “fixing” her. “There’s nothing wrong with being a little bit different,” she says – the mantra of the age. “I just don’t understand why we need to fix something that’s not broken.”

By coincidence David Duke ran the following Tweet a little while ago. Although the point he makes is about race, and the example is extreme, the point remains that women should strive to be as feminine as possible and men should strive to be as masculine as possible.

Fox’s Trump Supporter Sean Hannity Accused of Sexual Harassment by Bleached Blonde Jew

Muh Jew lady has a history of being a fake conservative. Hannity should weather the storm that is being fired up by the liberal media, but in reality he, like O’Reilly, no longer fits the Fox agenda.

Will Hannity, a neocon Zionist who always supports Israel understand now the depths of Jewish treachery? No, of course not. But he’s a brother under attack by a lying Jewish fake conservative (focused on exterminating Muslims), so there’s no reason for us to throw him under the bus and every reason to back him.

Huffington Post

Sean Hannity is the latest Fox News star to be accused of sexual harassment.

In an interview with the Pat Campbell Show on Friday, former Fox News contributor Debbie Schlussel claimed that Hannity had invited her to his hotel room — twice — when they appeared together for one of his programs. But when she rebuffed him, Schlussel said that she was never asked back on the show.

Schlussel claimed the “awkward” incident began when Hannity invited her to a store where he was signing books. While there, she said Hannity asked her: “Why don’t you come back with me to my hotel?” Schlussel said she responded: “No, I have to get ready for the show.”

Schlussel said Hannity pressed her again to come to his hotel room after the show taping, which did not go well. She refused.

“I wasn’t booked on his show again, and he called me and yelled at me,” Schlussel said. “It was made clear to me that I didn’t go back to his hotel with him after. I got a very weird feeling about the whole thing, and I kind of knew I wouldn’t be back on his show.”

DEBBIE SCHLUSSEL. SO-CALLED CONSERVATIVE.

She added: “This kind of stuff is all over the place at Fox News and anything that has to do with Sean Hannity.”

Her comments were aired just days after Bill O’Reilly’s ouster by Fox News in the wake of revelations that he and the company had paid out some $13 million to women who accused him of sexual harassment.

Fox News provided a statement to The Huffington Post from Hannity who said that Schlussel’s claims were “100 percent false and a complete fabrication.” He called her a “serial harasser who has been lying about me for well over a decade,” and threatened to sue her using a “team of some of the finest and toughest lawyers in the country.”

Hannity also characterized Schlussel’s comments as part of a “coordinated effort afoot to now silence those with conservative views.”

Schlussel, however, is a conservative. One sign of her politics was her repeated — and false — claim beginning in 2006 that President Barack Obama was a Muslim, insisting: “Once a Muslim, always a Muslim.”

But Schlussel has also clashed with Hannity, whom she referred to as “Vannity.” In 2007, she accused him of plagiarizing one of her columns. Three years later, she said the Freedom Alliance, a charity linked to Hannity, was involved in questionable practices, which the charity vehemently denied.

“This is not the first time Debbie Schlussel has lied about Sean Hannity,” Fox News stated. A point-by-point refutation of Schlussel’s attacks on the charity was also included.

Fox’s track record on sexual harassment, on the other hand, is abysmal. Before the most recent controversy over O’Reilly, several women had accused former Fox News chairman Roger Ailes of sexual harassment, which ultimately resulted in millions of dollars in payoffs. Former Fox News host Alisyn Camerota just revealed on Sunday that Ailes made inappropriate sexual comments to her and told her she’d have to meet him in a hotel if she wanted more opportunities at the network.

Ailes was eventually forced out of the company with a $40 million golden parachute. O’Reilly received a $25 million settlement as part of his deal to leave.

Over the weekend, Hannity posted a Twitter rant after he was named by The New York Times as one of President Donald Trump’s private advisers. He called the story “total fake news speculation,” then wondered if the Times had found out whom he talks to because perhaps he’s being “surveilled and unmasked by the NSA.”

Confederate Monuments Coming Down in New Orleans, Sparking Protests

THE LIBERTY MONUMENT IS DOWN.

Since I grew up in New Orleans, I have a vested interest in seeing that the history of the suffering of white people under Reconstruction is remembered. My high school history teacher at Chalmette High, Mr. Kent, told us the truth about the blacks and about the mistreatment of the white race by Jew “carpetbaggers” and blacks during the Reconstruction era.

Let the truth be known even as the monuments are destroyed.

NBC News

New Orleans officials were preparing to begin removing the first of four prominent Confederate monuments early Monday, the latest Southern institution to sever itself from symbols viewed by many as a representation racism and white supremacy.

The first memorial to come down will be the Liberty Monument, an 1891 obelisk honoring the Crescent City White League. Workers arrived to begin removing the statue, which commemorates whites who tried to topple a biracial post-Civil War government in New Orleans, around 1:25 a.m. in an attempt to avoid disruption from supporters who want the monuments to stay, some of whom city officials said have made death threats.

The workers who were inspecting the statue ahead of its removal could be seen wearing flak jackets and helmets. Police officers watched the area from atop the parking garage of a nearby hotel. Meanwhile, a handful of people opposed to the move held a vigil at the statue of Jefferson Davis, who was the president of the Confederacy during the Civil War.

New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu has called the Liberty Monument “the most offensive of the four” set to be taken down, adding it was erected to “revere white supremacy.”

“If there was ever a statue that needed to be taken down, it’s that one,” he said in an interview Sunday with The Associated Press.

The Crescent City White League attempted to overthrow a biracial Reconstruction government in New Orleans after the Civil War. That attempt failed, but white supremacist Democrats later took control of the state.

An inscription added in 1932 said the Yankees withdrew federal troops and “recognized white supremacy in the South” after the group challenged Louisiana’s biracial government after the Civil War. In 1993, these words were covered by a granite slab with a new inscription, saying the obelisk honors “Americans on both sides” who died and that the conflict “should teach us lessons for the future.”

Three other statues to Confederate Generals Robert E. Lee and P.G.T. Beauregard and Confederate States of America President Jefferson Davis will be removed in later days now that legal challenges have been overcome.

“There’s a better way to use the property these monuments are on and a way that better reflects who we are,” said Landrieu.

The top photo is from a story on the removal at New Orleans’ WGNO.

Wash Post poll hides: Trump still beats Clinton, 43%-40%

Washington Examiner

A new Washington Post poll that declares President Trump as “the least popular president in modern times,” waits until the second to last paragraph to reveal another tidbit: He’d still beat Hillary Rodham Clinton if the election were held today and in the popular vote, not just Electoral College.

The poll found that Trump’s polls continue to be upside down, with a 42 percent approval and 53 percent disapproval.

Also unchanged: His base still likes him.

It’s not until the second to last paragraph of the long story that it’s shown Clinton would still lose to the president, despite the high disapproval ratings and problems with his first 100 days detailed by the paper. It reads:

The new survey finds 46 percent saying they voted for Clinton and 43 percent for Trump, similar to her two-point national vote margin. Asked how they would vote if the election were held today, 43 say they would support Trump and 40 percent say Clinton.

Macron: German response to refugee crisis ‘saved Europe’s dignity’

Any friend of Merkel is an enemy of the European indigenous peoples.

Euractiv.com

he Europhile candidate for the French presidency has congratulated Germany for saving Europe’s collective dignity by opening its arms to refugees. EURACTIV France reports.

In an editorial published on Monday (2 January) in Le Monde, Emmanuel Macron said he believes German society, led by Chancellor Angela Merkel, “saved” the “collective dignity” of the European people by taking in hundreds of thousands of refugees.

“Chancellor Merkel and German society as a whole lived up to our shared values; they saved our collective dignity by taking in refugees in distress, housing and educating them,” the former minister for economy said.

Germany hosted 890,000 refugees in 2015 after the chancellor decided to open the country’s borders.

Referring to the deadly attack on a Christmas market in Berlin on 19 December, Macron said he “admired” the “serenity and unity” with which German society had responded.

The leader of the new political movement En Marche went on to say he would not tolerate the “rebuilding of walls in Europe, which has already suffered too much” and that he would try to avoid generalisations “after the sinister violence against women last year in Cologne”.

“Nothing is more wrong than (the) abject simplifications” made by those who say that “by opening the borders to migrants, the chancellor exposed Europe to severe dangers”, he said.

There was just one criticism nestled in all this praise: “When Italy was left alone to face the arrival of refugees in Lampedusa, to the point where Pope Francis felt moved to intervene, neither France nor Germany were there to help.”

For Macron, France and Germany have “never before […] needed to show their solidarity” and assert their “shared destiny” so badly.

A supporter of a “Europe of sovereignty,” Macron is campaigning for the Schengen agreement to be preserved despite the threat of terrorism, for the EU’s external borders to be strengthened, for cooperation agreements to be struck with the refugees’ main countries of origin and transit, and for the creation of a shared intelligence service.

In this video, Macron urges American president Donald Trump to open America’s borders to all immigrants. Two minutes of bullsh*t:

Who is Marine Le Pen?

MARINE LE PEN WITH JEWISH BOYFRIEND LOUIS ALIOT.

France’s female candidate for the presidency is often compared to America’s Donald Trump because she says she will put France first.

Although Le Pen has been married twice and has three children from her first marriage, she’s currently single but dating a Jew, Louis Aliot, as reported by Heavy.

Excerpt from Sky News

If elected

Riding the wave of populism sweeping across Europe and America, Ms Le Pen presents herself as the anti-establishment candidate and has welcomed both Brexit and the election of Donald Trump. She speaks out against what she calls the “two totalitarianisms” of the new millennium: globalisation and Islamic fundamentalism.

The “144 commitments” of her manifesto amount to a nationalist agenda. In a campaign pledge that echoes Mr Trump’s “America First”, she has vowed to put French people first. “There will be no other laws and values in France but French,” she said as she launched her campaign in Lyon on 5 February.

If elected, Ms Le Pen would pull France out of the eurozone and hold talks with European partners to reshape the EU into a loose alliance of nations. If this fails she would hold a referendum on EU membership (she calls the bloc “a failure”). She would also like to withdraw France from NATO’s integrated command.

Domestically, Ms Le Pen wants to lower the retirement age, slap taxes on imports and on the job contracts of foreigners, and reduce regular immigration to 10,000 people a year.

She had previously come out in support of the death penalty, but this has been dropped in the recent manifesto.

Ms Le Pen’s real name is Marion Anne but she was called Marine from an early age. As a young woman she had a reputation for partying.

She was furious at her mother, who posed for the French edition of Playboy in the 1980s with the intention of hurting her estranged husband Jean-Marie.

Though fiercely anti-EU, she is a former member of the European Parliament, and was ranked among the 100 most influential people by Time magazine in 2011 and 2015.

IN THE NAME OF THE PEOPLE.

Who is Emmanuel Macron?

EMMANUEL MACRON AND WIFE. SHE WAS HIS HIGH SCHOOL TEACHER.

I’m most reminded of the 1992 Bill Clinton when I see and read about Emmanuel Macron. Only difference is that the rumors about Bill Clinton involved sordid sexual affairs with women. With Macron, the rumors are about sodomite affairs with men.

Excerpt from Sky News

If elected
Mr Macron’s manifesto was not released until early March – and unsurprisingly contains pro-business measures in the hope of boosting the economy, such as cutting corporate tax by 33% to 25%

But it also contains a payroll tax cut for low-paid workers and a promise they would be exempt from some social welfare levies – a measure said to amount to an extra month’s wage.

Some €50bn in public investment is on the cards over five years.

Mr Macron believes this could be offset by €60bn of public spending savings via channels such as a lower unemployment benefit bill (based on reducing joblessness to 7%) and cutting 120,000 civil service and local government posts.

With security a major issue after devastating terror attacks in Paris and Nice, Mr Macron would also hire 10,000 police officers and raise the defence budget to 2%.

There would also be 15,000 extra prison places.

On education, he would hire 5,000 teachers and half class sizes to 12 pupils in primary schools in low-income zones.

Mobile phones would be banned in schools for pupils aged up to about 15, but 18-year-olds would get a €500 “culture pass” to spend at cinemas, the theatre and concerts.

A merger of the many public and private sector pension schemes is also one of Mr Macron’s key policies, as well as a merger of unemployment benefit schemes that currently differ for regular workers and the self-employed.

If Mr Macron manages to get the keys to the Elysee, one of his first phone calls would likely be to Donald Trump – and it could be an awkward one.

Mr Macron put a video on Twitter in February appealing for US researchers and engineers working on climate change to come to France.

He said: “I do know how your new president now has decided to jeopardise your budget, your initiatives – as he’s extremely sceptical about climate change… please come to France, you are welcome.”

He also had an apparent dig at Mr Trump at his Lyon rally, telling supporters: “I don’t want to build a wall. I can assure you there’s no wall in my programme. Can you remember the Maginot Line?”

Haha. Sky News isn’t very clever. They omitted Macron’s stance on immigration. He’s for open borders, as espoused by Angela Merkel. He’s also all for the European Union.

In short, he’s promising everyone goodies in the same way that Bill Clinton did, while ignoring the elephants in the room.

If Macron wins as predicted, the question is when the last white man serves as president. To put it another way, when would France have its first Muslim president?

MADE A FORTUNE IN FOUR YEARS AS A ROTHSCHILD BANKER.