A few days ago I landed here in Honolulu, Hawaii. And I overheard something so ridiculous, I'm still actually quite shocked about it.
As my daughter and I were heading out of the baggage claim area, we were trailing behind this family of four: two parents and a boy...and a girl...? Not sure. Both kids were age 6 and maybe 4.
Anyway, I overhead the mother say to the older kid, "I know you're a girl but all your paperwork still says you're a boy so you have to understand that. Your birth certificate says you're a boy. And until we can get that changed, when people ask if you're a boy or girl, you still have to say you're a boy until we get that changed."
I couldn't believe what I was hearing so I asked my daughter in a whisper, "Are you hearing this?"
I know we had just gotten off a plane from LAX so you can expect all kinds of liberal ridiculousness from California. I live there. I'm used to it.
But this pushed past most of the stuff I can reasonably bend into any kind of justification in my own head.
In other words...I couldn't wrap my head around it.
Now, listen up. I'm all for the whole "be-who-you-want-to-be" bit and if you go to bed one night as a woman and decide the next day you want to be a man, more power to you. Hope it all works out for you.
Should a 6-year-old little kid be able to decide if he/she wants to be a boy/girl that is OPPOSITE of what they were actually born as?
Okay, maybe that's a loaded question. After all, kids decide to become one thing or another depending on how the wind blows because kids are experimental. That's normal. They wear their Superman jammies day in and day out, cape included, because maybe they really believe they're Superman. Or their ballerina outfit. Or clown costume. Or whatever it is. Boys play with dolls sometimes. I know my brother liked playing with Barbie's with me once in a blue moon. (Don't tell him I told you that because he's as macho as they come.) Girls pay with trucks. (I liked Tonka trucks in the mud myself.)
But...when does it become...I don't know...ridiculous??
So...if my daughter told me at the age of 5 or 6 that she wanted to be a boy...here's what I would NOT be telling her: "Okay, you have the right to be what you want to be so...let's have your birth certificate changed to reflect your 'new' sex, okay? After all, you are 6 and I'm fairly confident that you are of the age in which you can make these kinds of adult decisions that will affect you for the rest of your life."
Instead I'd treat it as a "fad" or typical childhood fantasy and let it ride itself out until she's onto the next thing, like wanting to become an astronaut or deciding to go Goth (they call it "Emo" now) by painting her nails and lips black. I would NOT be playing into ANY such childhood phases with anything permanent by making changes that are hard to reverse back later.
So, it comes down to the parents. What kind of parent do you have to be to AGREE to make a PERMANENT CHANGE to your kid's birth certificate...changing it from the sex he was born (BOY) and change it to the sex he wants it to say (GIRL)...at the freaking age of 6??? What the hell is this world turning into...and why am I having such issues dealing with all this right now?
As you know, California is the state where all of this is supposed to be accepted, embraced even. I've lived in California since 1987 and I am finding it more and more difficult to go along for the ride on certain things...such as gender-neutral bathrooms. Since when is THAT a good idea? Having a teenage daughter, the last thing I want in the women's bathroom is some creepy pervert who claims to "identify" as a female for the day just to gain access to the bathroom and commit an egregious crime like rape or molestation. We all know there are too many of THOSE kinds of weirdos walking the planet everywhere we go.
Yet too many people think this thought process is "normal" because we're all brainwashed to THINK that it's supposed to be normal. And when we express that we're "creeped out" by certain things (i.e. men using women's bathrooms, parents changing the sex of their kid from boy to girl at the age of 6, etc.), we're outed as being "un-woke" or whatever the hell they call us nowadays.
A few months ago I was on the NextDoor app and a parent of a first-grader took a screenshot of a "quiz" that was being given to his 7-year-old. He said in his post, "Should I be concerned about this?" And the screenshot showed a picture of a purple unicorn under a rainbow with a bunch of questions that seemed inappropriate for that grade level. These questions included, "Do you think it's okay if this person is a boy or girl?" referring to the purple unicorn. "Do you think this person should like boys or girls?" "Do you think it's okay for you to be attracted to this 'person'?" "Do you think it's okay for you to have feelings for this person?" Some of the questions seemed sexual in nature and I understood this poor father's concern.
Yet the "woke" society quickly jumped on the poor guy saying, "Nope, I don't see anything wrong with any of that." Or... "Seems perfectly reasonable and normal to me." And making him feel like a piece of crap for being concerned and wondering if this curriculum was "normal" in schools these days.
Of course, I couldn't hold my tongue for a split second and I blasted everyone who posted a comment for being so "brainwashed" into "woke-ness," so fearful of being criticized by anyone by actually formulating a logical opinion anymore, that they all lost their minds...and their balls...for speaking up about something that CLEARLY WASN'T APPROPRIATE.
Within about 10 minutes after I posted my comment, the entire post was removed from the app.
Nobody likes to have "uncomfortable" yet truthful conversations. And I'm getting this feeling that apps, society, the government, and big corporations are only allowing us to see, talk about, and react to WHAT THEY WANT US TO. Anything else must be removed. Pretty soon...people who don't agree with all this foolishness...they will be removed too.
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