Melanie Phillips perfectly challenges the transgender madness

by Gavriel Dan

In an amazing debate Melanie Phillips pushes back on the current transgender madness that seems like it is disproportionately overtaking our society’s public narrative.

In the conversation Melanie debates Dawn Butler, current Shadow Women and Equalities Secretary and member of British parliament with the Labor party. Butler is a known LGBT activist.

While the conversation was for the most part civilized, it reflects a growing divide in Western culture between hard left activists disguised as compassionate centrists, while working to implement a radical leftist ideology based around the destruction of traditional society.

Towards the end of the conversation, Melanie dismantles the transgender madness and calling it out for what it is saying, “this is a weapon for a very authoritarian, very intolerant set of attitudes masquerading as compassion.”

According to the Williams Institute, in 2016, approximately 0.6 percent of adults in the United States identified as transgender. This translates to just over 1.3 million adults.

This number shows a huge increase from the institute’s study five years before. In fact, the percentage had doubled.

Regardless of the increased figure, which still leaves the transgender population below one percent, they constitute a very small percentage of the population. This only serve to support Melanie Phillip’s belief that the transgender madness is being used as a weapon rather than out of altruistic reasons.

It has long been a goal of the anarchist and radical left to destroy traditional family units in order to implement global revolution at a very ground level. In fact, by creating confusion within society on something so basic as gender and what constitutes a family, globalists who are in fact now in charge of international institutions like the UN can utilize these issues for control over those segments of the population not willing to submit to their growing bureaucratic tyranny.

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