One week has passed since the deadly shooting in a Christian church school in Nashville, Tennessee in the United States that killed six people – three adults and three 9-year-old children. Following most mass shootings in the United States (or anywhere else, for that matter), the normal reaction from most people would be to mourn the dead innocents while also strongly condemning the perpetrator(s) and trying to figure out and understand why exactly the killer(s) carried out such horrific crimes in the first place. In the case of Audrey Elizabeth Hale – a biological woman who identified herself as a “trans male” – a disturbingly large number of a specific demographic of the American public felt a very different way. Instead of universally condemning Hale’s evil actions and cold-blooded murder of six innocent people – children included – many members of the public actively came out in sympathy to Hale herself, claiming that she herself was a victim of the shooting. One pro-trans protest inside Tennessee’s Capitol Building declared that there were in fact seven victims of the shooting, including Hale.
The Transgender Community’s Sympathy for Audrey Elizabeth Hale
The outpouring of sympathy for Hale among the trans community was almost immediate, following the shooting itself. Social media was initially flooded with images and videos created by trans activists criticising the media and the Nashville police for “misgendering” Hale by referring to her with she/her pronouns instead of he/him ones. As the days went by, the trans community became ever more sympathetic to Hale and ever more selfish in their rhetoric. Any and all messages of sympathy to the victims of the shooting were either phased out entirely or were not even expressed to begin with. Several trans activist protests even led to the storming of several state capitol buildings, with viral footage displaying highly disturbing images of trans activists – many in eccentric make-up and costumes – screaming about how it is in fact the lives of transgender people who are at risk, not the lives of innocent Christian men, women and children who have frequently been the targets of the more violent elements of the LGBT community as a whole. Expectedly, this trend has not stopped.
Some media outlets – especially conservative ones – also came under fire from the transgender community simply for making reference to Audrey Elizabeth Hale’s transgender identity. For example, a headline from the New York Post reading “Transgender Killer Targets Christian School” was enough to spark outrage from the transgender community. But why? Is this not exactly what the case was in Nashville – a trans killer of Christians at a church school? The reason why this angers the trans community so much is precisely because this tragic incident adds significant credibility to an argument that many conservatives have been warning the general public and wider society for many years now – LGBT and gender ideology runs the very real risk of becoming a movement that can radicalise its supporters into committing acts of violence.
The So-Called “Trans Genocide”
One core argument that the LGBT community – especially the trans community – espouses is that there is some sort of so-called “LGBT/trans genocide” being committed by the state and wider society. Of course, the overwhelming majority of people are perfectly aware that there is absolutely no genocide whatsoever being committed against the LGBT community in the Western World, but the hysteria surrounding the concept of such a so-called genocide is becoming an increasingly common theme within LGBT/trans ideology. If the idea of a so-called genocide being committed against the LGBT community is perpetuated long enough on a powerful level within the community itself, then its members will be almost psychologically conditioned to believe that they are facing ever-present dangers of violence and even murder by virtually everybody around them. This pathological fear of an imaginary violent persecution has been drilled into the psyche of the LGBT community – especially the trans community – to such an intense level that they have since been intensifying their calls for “resistance” and even “vengeance” against non-supporters of the trans community. These calls for “resistance” have rapidly been taking on more violent forms of rhetoric. For example, a popular t-shirt worn by pro-trans activists in America is black in colour and features the words Trans Rights…Or Else written in the colours of the transgender flag, and also features images of various firearms placed in between the words. Clearly, this is a call to armed violence by the most radical members of the trans community. On social media, there is a growing number of users who record themselves calling for armed resistance and the need for trans people and their supporters to “get ready to defend themselves” against anybody who is actively seeking out violence against them.
Herein lies yet another fundamental problem with the trans community, and why it would not be an exaggeration for one to label the entire community a cult. The trans community has been given so much special treatment in society (not to mention special laws protecting them) and have been treated with such strong support and “affirmation” from the mainstream, they have long since felt emboldened enough by society to target children openly and without consequence, and still be deluded enough into believing that simply being told the word NO when they take things too far is justifiable a reason enough for them to accuse any and all of their opponents of acting “genocidal” against them. All this because some people have the confidence in this hyper-liberal society to tell the trans community that what they are doing is immoral and goes against all sense of reality.
Deny them the opportunity to indoctrinate and sexualise children, they accuse you of being “genocidal” towards trans people and wish for them to no longer exist. The later outcome? An increase in severity of the trans community’s delusions that there is an ongoing war of violent oppression against them and that they must “take up arms” and “resist” a society that seeks to somehow eradicate them…all because they were told NO when they believe that they are of the opposite gender and/or are refused the chance to indoctrinate and/or sexualise children. While her manifesto is still yet to be released to the public, it is highly likely that this was the exact rhetoric and deranged mindset that drove Audrey Elizabeth Hale to carry out her terror attack and murder three adults and three children. There is no other word to use for these specific types of people – evil.
If the trans community has effectively been brainwashed into believing that there is some sort of societal and state conspiracy to commit genocide against trans people, thereby “erasing them from existence” – as if they are experiencing the same level of threat as the ethnic Tutsi victims of the Rwandan Genocide in 1994 – then the likelihood of certain trans people who may become violently radicalised into committing atrocities not unlike Audrey Elizabeth Hale in Nashville grows exponentially. This risk becomes even more dangerous when this severe sense of paranoia is reinforced and perpetuated by supporters of the trans community. Every radical movement that enjoys growing popular support will only feel ever more emboldened and justified in their ideology and methods, to the point where they will become less afraid of carrying out more extreme actions in order to further their agendas. In this case, it is the trans community’s pathological fear of an imaginary genocide against them that is the main driving force behind their increased sense of violence and complete lack of sympathy to the true victims of the Nashville shootings, whose lives were tragically cut short by one radicalised member of the trans community. To quote one Kim Spoon, a trans activist based in Knoxville, Tennessee:
We are terrified for the LGBTQ community here…More blood’s going to be shed, and it’s not going to be shed in a school.
If anybody should be concerned and fearful for their lives, it should be Christians and conservatives, for the six victims of the Nashville shootings belonged to these societal groups.
The New “Anti-LGBT” Laws
Many have even blamed Tennessee’s recent “anti-LGBT” laws as factors which drove Audrey Elizabeth Hale to carry out her mass shooting. To put things into further perspective, the recent “anti-LGBT” laws passed by some states in the US specifically banned drag queen shows targeted at children, as well as banned the act of so-called “gender reassignment” surgeries for minors. These are laws that have been passed to protect children. Evidently, the state protection of children from trans ideology was enough to drive a transgender terrorist into murdering three adults and three children in cold blood. It is also extremely telling of the ignorance – or even intentional maliciousness – of the trans community when they express concern about increasing levels of hatred and even violence against their community following the organisation of several drag queen story hour events and sexual strip shows for children, which have been filmed and shown across various social media platforms. The fact that the trans community and drag queens are genuinely worried for their own safety after publicly targeting children for the displaying of their own sexual fetishes only shows how utterly devoid of morality these people actually are. It also confirms to the rest of the general public that the main purpose of the trans and drag queen communities is to convert more people – especially young, highly impressionable and vulnerable children – into following their own hypersexualised lifestyle, even at their own early, tender ages, robbing them of any and all childhood innocence. It is no exaggeration that these types of people are paedophilic in nature – outright seeking the sexualisation of children for the sake of exploitation and indoctrination into their own sexual cult.
Audrey Elizabeth Hale’s Manifesto
Another notable element in this entire situation is the fact that the authorities still have yet to release Audrey Elizabeth Hale’s manifesto, which allegedly outlines her radical motivations and factors leading up to the shooting. It is curious how the manifestos of other mass shooters are usually very quickly released to the public, but Hale’s manifesto continues to be protected and classified by the authorities. What exactly is contained in this work that the police desperately do not want people from knowing? Most theories suggest that the manifesto does indeed reveal that transgender ideology was in fact a primary factor in Hale’s radicalisation and subsequent terror attack. Many members of the LGBT community and its supporters are also strongly opposed to the releasing of the manifesto, out of fear that the revelations contained within it could potentially reveal the true dangers of trans ideology that most conservatives have been warning people about for years. Such a scenario would be extremely damaging for the image and reputation of the trans community and will undoubtedly threaten their overall ideology and its support base. This alone tells us much about the true nature of the trans community – better that the evidence of the harm that their ideology promotes be supressed in order to protect their own, rather than to reveal their own ideological roles in the shooting and killing of six innocent Christians.
Given how severely the transgender community are currently panicking over the backlash that they are experiencing from the more conservative members of the general public, their hysteria and pathological fear of this so-called “trans genocide” will likely drive more transgender extremists in the future to express – and potentially even carry out – violence tendencies, thereby stoking even stronger tensions between the pro-trans and anti-trans crowds. All we can hope for over here in Europe is that transgender extremism – as well as LGBT extremism in general – does not become imported over here from North America.
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