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.
These courses, which are mandatory, will begin with second-graders and continue throughout the educational experience. Text-book publishers are scrambling to include as many historical figures as possible about whom there has been LGBT speculation. [Continuous and focused speculation on this issue, especially when when presented in school and associated with historical figures, will encourage children to see LGBT as the new American role model. This is not an unintended consequence.]
Democrat Ilhan Omar, a Somali refugee, criticized the Israeli lobby (AIPAC) of buying American politicians with large campaign donations. Former Congresswoman, Cynthia McKinney, said the same thing when she was in office and, in 2008, lost her bid for re-election because of massive AIPAC funding for her opponent.
London: Marcus Evans, a governor with the Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust, resigned from the non-profit organization that is part of the NHS to protest the group’s dismissal of allegations that the clinic was ‘fast-tracking’ children into gender reassignment due to intense pressure from LGBT campaigners.