The Case of the Flying Halifax Tranny

It is sad to watch how the traditions and values of Canada are subjected to daily assault and destruction.

It is even sadder to see how common-sense legal requirements adopted to protect us from crime are assaulted in exactly the same way.

Case in point – a recent regulation created by Transport Canada, which states “that a passenger can be denied entry to board a plane if they don’t appear to be the gender indicated on the piece of identification they present.”

Do you have a problem with it? If you pretend to be a man or a woman and your passport says otherwise, the authorities have the obligation to figure out why you are doing that. (Unless, of course, if you are a veiled Muslim gargoyle – then nobody is going to bother you.)

As usual, you can rely on the homosexual community to try to ruin any regulation that seems too rational. In this case we have the so-called “transgendered community” involved.

A certain Tucker Bottomley, who used to be a woman and still is a woman, but now he/she/it imagines being a man, was “patted” at an airport and the guard didn’t feel any male genitalia, so he asked if Tucker was a woman.

The problem is that Tucker used to be called Anna and that name still appears on his/her/its passport.

When asked about the incident, Tucker provided CBC with a truly amazing statement. Here is what he/she/it said:

“It’s kind of worrisome because no one wants to be judged in a public place on, you know, what their identification card says as opposed to what they look like in person.”

Is that person dumb, retarded, arrogant or all of the three?!

Tucker, Tucker, don’t you realize that the purpose of every identification card is to prove that you are exactly the person described in it?

So in order not to offend the sensibilities of a mentally disturbed woman, who thinks she is a man, we have to scrap the idea of proper identification and accept at face value whatever she says. Otherwise we would be branded insensitive bigots, who don’t understand the “complex sensitivities” of the “transgendered community”.

A few months ago, when I wrote a post about the “transgenderalization” of the Canadian Army somebody left an angry comment that it doesn’t matter what is between your legs in order to serve your country. Of course, that’s true, but if you are messed up in the head, you won’t be serving your country. You’ll be looking for newer ways to bend the rules to accommodate your psychosis.

In the case of the flights, what is stopping a terrorist on a no-fly list to use a female passport claiming that he is a “transgendered woman”? But hey, what’s the problem? In our twisted world the hurt feelings of a “transgendered” psycho are much more important than 200 people blown up into pieces in the air.

How much lower could Canada sink?

 

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