Stop Press: Children who are considering having a sex-change operation will be given drugs by the state to delay the onset of puberty.
No doubt many will think that people we might otherwise consider 'faceless bureaucrats' truly have hearts of gold.
But how many children are not confused, particularly about sex.....and what child could entertain such thoughts were he/she not encouraged to do so?
The plight of such rare individuals might be a serious and some might indeed need special help, but the effect of such a norm-disrupting article (for the zillionth time) in the public domain is to promote the anything-goes mentality, to promote the subjugation of principle to personal 'feelings' and, yet again, to undermine what might broadly be called 'traditional family values'.
But, what's new?
In truth, This article (see below) represents Frankfurt School social engineering at it's most odious.
The Frankfurt School recommended (in the interests of implementing the preferred communist globalist system of the international banking oligarchy), that sexual politics could be utilised to undermine society.
Under the guise of caring deeply about the well-being of individuals, the real intention of this (satanic) method is to destroy all norms that bind society and make us ever more compliant to the unholy will of our invisible masters.
This method is very subtle but it is really old-fashioned divide-and-rule in (almost imperceptible) action....and the sexual revolution is already far advanced, as are other elements listed on the Frankfurt School agenda such as the undermining of racial and national cohesion by mass immigration and the destruction of religions....for instance.
You might notice a similar agenda at work in our Health and Safety legislation.
If you are a schoolteacher you will be obliged to fill out copious forms every time you take children off your premises to cross a road.
That's how much our government care about the safety of our children.
In Iraq, of course, the same government happily murdered thousands of children in their beds (on our behalf) during that thrilling little TV newscast called 'Shock and Awe'.
On TV debates we, the public, endlessly (and with great futility) point out this and that inconsistency in government policy.....but this game is a debilitating fraud (as Bank of England chairman, Montagu Norman, helpfully explained).
Wonder about 'consistency' no longer.
There is but one consistency and one principle to apply wherein you will find that consistency.
Government policy is WHATEVER SERVES THE INTERESTS OF THE CORPORATE/BANKING OLIGARCHS WHO ARE OUR TRUE GOVERNMENT.
i.e. policies to CONTROL society at home....and to ROB, PLUNDER, OPPRESS and DOMINATE abroad.
Let us stop being confused about moral anomalies within our system.
THERE ARE NO EFFING ANOMALIES.
Our representatives use moral arguments as pretexts for doing whatever the money power wants.
.....AND REALISE NOW THAT THIS SOCIETY IS BEING EVERY BIT AS EFFECTIVELY DESTROYED BY OUR GOVERNMENTS 'LOVE' AT HOME AS THAT OF BROWN-SKINNED MUSLIMS IS BEING DESTROYED BY OUR GUNS AND BOMBS ABROAD.
PUBERTY BLOCKER FOR CHILDREN CONSIDERING SEX CHANGE
Children as young as 12 are to be allowed drugs to block puberty while they decide whether to have a sex change, it has been revealed.
By Richard Alleyne, Science Correspondent, Daily Telegraph (17/04/2011)
The monthly injection suspends the onset of adulthood so that young people confused about their gender can be sure of any decision before they take on too many masculine or feminine features.
Supporters say that the "window" prevents a great deal of mental and physical anguish caused by the maturing of sex organs, facial hair growth and changes in the voice.
But critics argue it only prolongs the agony and can prevent people "growing out" of any feelings of confusion.
The treatment can be prescribed for people diagnosed with Gender Identity Disorder (GID) – a rare psychiatric condition where a person is born one sex, but feels they are the other.
One of the main effects of the drugs is to stunt the development of sexual organs so less surgery will be required if someone chooses to permanently change their gender at a later date.
However, bodily and hormonal changes will continue as normal if the medication is stopped.
Until this month, British doctors were prevented from offering youngsters diagnosed with gender issues any medical intervention before the late stages of puberty usually at 16.
But now the National Research Ethics Service has given approval to the UK's only specialist clinic for GID – the Tavistock and Portman NHS Trust in London – to prescribe the drugs to youngsters from 12 years old.
Dr Polly Carmichael, the clinic director, said the reduction in the age limit will be welcomed by families who would have otherwise had to travel abroad to the US for the treatment.
"The majority of our referrals are 15-plus and we get fewer from a younger age group," she said.
"Certainly, of the children between 12 and 14, there's a number who are keen to take part.
"I know what's been very hard for their families is knowing that there's something available but it's not available here.
"This delay gives us a window to explore together that they are definitely making the right decision But as professionals we need to be looking at the long term and making sure this treatment is safe."
The hormone blockers, which are already used for early onset puberty, will only be given to around a dozen children and teenagers selected for an NHS research project jointly run by the clinic and University College London Hospital.
To take part, they will have to meet strict eligibility criteria including having full support from their parents, the existence of long-standing gender identity issues, an ability by the child to give formal consent and an absence of other mental health problems.
Those chosen will go through a series of psychological and medical assessments before receiving the blockers.
As a result, they will stop producing the hormones which tell the sex glands to make oestrogen or testosterone.
Boys will be prevented from developing male traits such as facial hair, deeper voices and Adam's apples and girls will not develop breasts or menstruate.
But Dr Carmichael said that only around 10 to 20 per cent of prepubescent children with GID went onto have a sex change.
Around 80 per cent in late puberty were likely to have the operation.
The Tavistock and Portman clinic is currently the only place in Britain where under-18s with GID and their relatives can access specialist psychotherapy.
The 22-year-old service, which received 127 GID referrals this year, helps families avoid common traps such the temptation to keep their child's condition secret.