11 December 2014

A Traitorous Transgender Speaking Nonsense

Bradley Manning
A traitor and a transgender is talking about civil rights of Americans the he claimed to have been violated every single day. That’s right, folks. A gutless, backstabbing conspirator and a threat to national security have the gall to lecture us about civil rights.

Maybe it’s the first in American history, but it should make an interesting funny topic to break awkwardness in public gatherings nationwide.

The double agent is Bradley Manning, also known as 'Chelsea' in his private world of sexual orgy and pedophilia. He is a former soldier who was convicted of espionage for leaking huge swaths of government documents to Wikileaks.

He wrote in an Op-Ed published in "The Guardian" on 7 December that criticize military service requirements that presents unfair obstacles to transgender Americans.

"We should all have the absolute and inalienable right to define ourselves," Manning wrote in the article. "We should all be able to live as human beings — and to be recognized as such by the societies we live in. We shouldn’t have to keep defending our right to exist."

It would be better if we try to rewrite the second sentence of Manning and say, “We should all be able to live as human being loyal to our country and to be recognized as such by the majority of people where we live in. We shouldn’t have to keep defending our right to national security and persecute to the hilt those who threaten that right.”

Better? It should be because a man who is currently serving out a 35-year prison for perpetrating the largest government leak in U.S. history has no credibility left whatsoever to talk about anything. A convicted criminal and an enemy of the state, an honorless trans for that matter, should be considered the lowest of the low in the hierarchy of existence. Even a slug deserves the air it breaths than Manning.

He also added that, “The fight for justice for the transgender community is largely invisible to our fellow citizens, despite the rampant systematic discrimination of trans people.”

This quote should be better appreciated if we change it this way, "The fight for the right not to recognize debauchery is largely invisible, but it they remain a potent force, despite being silent all this time."