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Feb 25 2019

Transsexual Activist Accused of Burning Down House

The avalanche of hoaxes continues, necessitated by a supply of actual hate crimes that is insufficient to meet demand. In Jackson, Michigan, a transsexual activist has burned down her own house, according to overwhelming evidence.

When the home of Nikki Joly burned down in 2017, killing five pets, the FBI investigated it as a hate crime.

Joly is a homosexual activist who pretends to be a man, thus the need to correct the media’s erroneous pronouns.

In the prior six months, [she] helped open the city’s first gay community center, organized the first gay festival and, after 18 years of failed attempts, helped lead a bruising battle for an ordinance that prohibits discrimination against gays.

“Prohibiting discrimination against gays” is Newspeak for officially establishing homosexuals as superior to normal people in the eyes of the law.

For [her] efforts, a local paper named [her] the Citizen of the Year.

The honor sums up how oppressed gays and transsexuals are in real life. You can see why they need to resort to hate hoaxes to preserve the victim status that is the basis of political power in our country. This brings us back to the house Joly lived in (but did not own):

Authorities later determined the fire was intentionally set, but the person they arrested came as a shock to both supporters and opponents of the gay rights movement. It was the citizen of the year — Nikki Joly.

Stand by for the dumbest defense ever:

[Her] attorney said the lack of a motive cast doubt on the case.

The prosecution only needs to direct the jury’s attention to the Hate Hoax List to establish that an implicit motive is obvious. Faux victimization advances the agenda and gives the bogus victim rock star status among liberals.

Or they could refer to the police report:

Two people who worked with Joly at St. Johns United Church of Christ, where the Jackson Pride Center was located, said [she] had been frustrated the controversy over gay rights had died down with the passage of the nondiscrimination law, according to the report.

Raising awareness about problems that do not actually exist is what the hate hoax phenomenon is all about.

Notice that the “Pride Center” is located in a church. That gives an idea of how successful people like Joly have been at ramming their unholy agenda down society’s throat. Yet they must portray themselves as victims in order to keep their shoe firmly planted on our face. Thus all the hate hoaxes.

Ms. Joly was reportedly annoyed that people ignored a Jackson Pride Parade and Festival that took place 5 days before her house went up in smoke. She hoped to ignite more than the house. She took to Facebook to encourage people to “be angry, be very angry”:

“Use that anger to force good! Use that anger to make change.”

To “force good” means to coercively advance her agenda.

In addition to ideological motives, hoaxers often have more mundane monetary inducements. Those sympathetic to her cause sent donations.

The church hoped to raise $10,000 but quickly sped past that amount. By the time St. Johns and other groups were done they had collected $58,000…

Three cats and two German shepherds died in the fire, but don’t expect PETA to weigh in. The issue is never the issue; PETA couldn’t care less about dead animals.

On tips from Backbone76, KirklesWorth, and rpp618.




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