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Oct 25 2019

British Police Investigate Dictionary Definition

The bizarre totalitarianism taking root in Britain has reached the point that expressing a dictionary definition can get you investigated by the police if it is seen as undermining the grotesque and psychotic transsexual agenda.

From Oxford, where police are looking into the appearance of “transphobic” stickers:

Some of the stickers, which have been dotted around the city centre, state: “Woman: noun. Adult human female” and “Women don’t have penises”.

Until about a week ago, no one outside of a mental institution would have disputed these statements. Now, making them could get someone arrested.

Thames Valley Police has announced that those responsible could be charged with a public order offence and has appealed for witnesses. …

PC Rebecca Nightingale, the investigating officer, added: “Behaviour like this is not acceptable and we take incidents of this nature very seriously.”

This isn’t about littering. This is about stating that 2 + 2 = 4 in a land where Big Brother demands we pretend that 2 + 2 = 5.

Transgender supporters have been removing the labels and replacing them with pro-trans messages.

The pro-perversion stickers do not warrant police investigation, because they support the politically correct ideology, whereas dictionary definitions and fundamental biological facts do not.

Too much is never enough for transsexual militants. Spits Zayna Ratty (seriously, I didn’t make that up) of Oxford Pride,

“I’m not sure why this is being categorised as a public order offence instead of a hate crime.”

Categorizing biology as a hate crime could mean a sentence of up to 3 years in prison.

No doubt Zayna Ratty will soon get his/her/its way, and multi-year prison sentences will be imposed on those who bitterly cling to objective reality.

Meanwhile, as the police busy themselves chasing down thought criminals,

Latest figures suggest there were more than 1,000 violent and sexual offence crimes in Oxford in the 12 months to August, an increase of almost 20 per cent on the previous year.

On a tip from Dragon’s Lair. Hat tip: Vlad Tepes.



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