DAILYKENN.com --A black person with a Y chromosome has been arrested. The suspect has been identified as 37-year-old Thomas Heard. Heard is considered transgendered, pretending to be a female.
Heard is accused of attacking several white people with pepper spray. The attacks occurred in New York City. The crime was reported March 11, 2019.
What we take away from this story:
• Unlike the Jussie Smollett fiasco that was widely reported, this hate crime is real and is largely being ignored by the national mainstream media.
• 100 years ago New York City was about 97 percent white. Black on white crimes were virtually unknown. Racial strife was effectively nonexistent.
• Identity confusion, including gender confusion, is a thought reform technique. Persons who have well defined identities are notoriously difficult to brain wash. That may be why young adults are more vulnerable to religious cults and rogue ideologies than older adults.
First, by using females pronouns in reference to a person born with a Y chromosome, the media is lying to us.
Second, we become accustomed to the lie and accept it on concocted moral grounds as if it were reality. Our minds become more receptive and less resistant to other lies from the media
Third, we began utilizing the lie, internalizing, and believing it.
Note how the following media story uses feminine pronouns in reference to a person with presumed Y (male) chromosomes. (Most males have XY chromosomes. However a few have more than one X chromosome, a condition known as Klinefelter syndrome.)
From NY Times ▼ Tyler Pager
As a man shopped with his wife in the Belmont neighborhood of the Bronx on Friday, a woman stepped up to them and said she hated white people. Then she attacked, kicking the man and spraying him with pepper spray, the police said.
The next day, the same person, who is black, approached a man and a woman in the same neighborhood, asked the woman if she was white and then immediately sprayed her in the eyes.
On Saturday, police arrested Thomas Heard, a 37-year-old from the Bronx who identifies as a transgender woman, and charged her with multiple hate-crime felonies and misdemeanors in connection with the two attacks.
Police were also questioning Ms. Heard, who also goes by the name Tasha, about seven similar pepper spray attacks in Manhattan on Friday, which were committed by a woman matching her description.
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