Introduction – Oct 8, 2020
Was Belgium’s deputy prime minister appointed to the post due to popularity and experience? Or was Petra De Sutter’s rise to prominence due to the fact that they are transgender?
My guess is the latter and Petra De Sutter’s promotion is the latest move in the ongoing drive to make sexual perversion seem normal. In recent years the signs have been everywhere in the media and “entertainment”. Such as the 2014 Eurovision Song Contest winner Conchita Wurst.
What was once confined to the fringes of society and viewed at best as ‘artistic’ and flamboyant, is now moving into the mainstream and positions of power. From hereon we can expect to see similar promotions leading to the next step in a calculated program to promote perversion.
In the coming years don’t be surprised to see attempts to refashion the public’s perception of paedophilia. Ed.
Belgium’s transgender deputy prime minister targeted by far-right
David Harding – The Independent Oct 8, 2020
Petra De Sutter was formally appointed in her new role last weekend, making her the highest-ranking transgender politician in Europe.
But although her appointment was applauded by many for breaking new ground, it has not pleased everybody, including critics in the regional parliament of her native Flanders in northern Belgium.
Bart Claes of the Flemish Interest party posted on Facebook that De Sutter “wants to destroy and replace all cornerstones of our Western civilization”.
Claes also claimed in a tweet that De Sutter was “the personification of cultural Marxism”.
The remarks were immediately criticised.
De Sutter’s party colleague, Bjorn Rzoska, decried attempts to “dehumanize her”.
And Liesbeth Homans, speaker of the Flemish parliament said she found Claes’ comments “extremely reprehensible”, while at the same time defending free speech.
Claes, however, would not back down and took to Facebook again to claim that: “I don’t see the problem. I said that a transgender… is a transgender.”
On being appointed deputy prime minister – she also serves as public administration minister – De Sutter said she was “proud that in (Belgium) and in most of (the EU) your gender identity does not define you as a person and is a non-issue”.