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Offline kimmy

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Re: Hamilton Pride, Police Shame
« Reply #195 on: September 17, 2019, 09:59:06 am »
I'm not sure of the context for your last comment, kimmy. Elaborate if you wish.

Just pointing out that there are (to paraphrase Mr Trump) "very fine people on both sides".    Whether it's trans activists (including Dr McKinnon) gloating and celebrating as Magdalen Berns passed away from brain cancer last week, or nailing a dead rat to the door and writing death threats on the Vancouver **** Relief women's shelter, or hanging feminists in effigy, there are some truly awful people who feel that "trans rights" justifies anything they do.

I'm skeptical that the ones who ended up in a fight with the neo-Nazis were angels themselves.

It does seem that 'Faith' initially smeared all "LGBT" people, and then really zeroed in on Trans people.
There is something quite reprehensible about wishing death on other people, no matter the reason - including both 'Faith' and Dr MacKinnon, if so.

There is also something quite reprehensible about a Police Chief delaying police service to people who are under violent attack ... BECAUSE they are LGBTQ+ (not all Trans), blaming and arresting the victims instead of the violent homophobic perps, then using sexualized language on public radio to smear and degrade all homosexuals.
Homophobia is rampant in police forces, and clearly exposed here.

Homophobia still exists, but deliberately making an enemy of police forces wasn't the right way to fight it. "You can't build bridges by excluding people", as people have said since long before this Hamilton controversy.

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