Goldsmith’s, University of London: The student group called Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer Plus (LGBTQ+) Society suggested that people who question transgenderism should be sent to Gulags for ten years, for “re-education”. Gulags were brutal labor camps used by Stalin’s Soviet dictatorship to punish “enemies of the state”, resulting in the death of more than a million people. Natacha Kennedy, a transgender lecturer at Goldsmiths, created a list of academics the student group wants to silence, and she ran a Facebook group calling for accusations of “hate crimes” to be used to silence them. The college suspended the group, but the organizers and members remain. [Incidentally, LGBTQ+ organizers argued that Soviet Gulags weren’t so bad as most people think, because death sentenced had been abolished, and the longest sentence was ten years. That’s a very sick joke. They didn’t need death sentences, because just about everyone who went to the Gulag died from exhaustion, illness, or malnutrition. The so-called ten-year sentences commonly were extended for another ten years upon the slightest provocation. A two-year sentence was considered by all to be a death sentence in fact.] -GEG
A leftist student group defended Stalin’s Gulag labour camps Tuesday, calling them more “compassionate” than the “western, capitalist notion of prison”.
The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer Plus Society at London’s Goldsmiths University suggested people who question transgenderism are sent to such camps, for up to ten years, for “re-education”.
“The ideas of [Trans exclusive radical feminists] and anti-Trans bigots literally *kill* and must be eradicated through re-education,” the student group wrote on Twitter before deleting their account.
When Claire Graham, a special education needs teacher, asked if their attempts to silence a list of academics who questioned transgenderism was “a bit fascist”, the account replied: “Na, we’ll just arrange to send you to the Gulag.”
Gulags were brutal labour camps used by Stalin’s Soviet dictatorship to lock up opponents and “enemies of the state”, resulting in the death of an estimated 1.05 million people.
The Twitter account claimed the CIA had spread “lies” about the Gulag system, adding:
“First myth to debunk: ‘u work until u die in Gulags!’ The Soviets did away with life sentences and the longest sentence was 10 years. Capital punishment was reserved for the most heinous, serious crimes.
Saint Peter and Paul Church in Portland, Oregon is hosting a social justice camp, Budding Roses, that targets local children age 10 to 13. The camp is sponsored by the Black Rose Anarchist Federation that is affiliated with the violent leftist Antifa group.
Facebook’s “Hate Agent Policy Review” document reveals “signals” that include praising the wrong individual, appearing at events alongside them, possessing “hate paraphernalia,” and certain tattoos. Facebook will categorize people as a hate agent for “statements made in private but later made public.”
Last week, the jury awarded $11.2 million in damages to Gibson’s Bakery, and on Thursday, the jury awarded the plaintiffs an additional $22 million in punitive damages, which is the maximum allowed. Gibson’s attorney said that this case is a tipping point that will affect the policies of all colleges.
The National Parks Service has quietly removed signs warning visitors to Glacier National Park that they should take their selfies with the glacier now, since it would be gone by 2020, a victim of climate change.
The poll shows that global warming is a low priority for most Americans, despite leftist claims that global warming will destroy the planet in 12 years.
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