Facebook Goes Freako! Now Lists FIFTY ‘Genders!’


Having been ejected from Facebook some time ago – their geekstapo censors have never given an explanation, despite a promise to do so, but my termination came after they had censored the video of the Cikeusik Pogrom which I had placed on my personal page….

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ahmadiyah2 Evil swine at work in Cikeusik

http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=61f_1297089677

…I have no time for that (anti)-social medium anyway.

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  • But while they’ll eagerly censor those of us who draw attention to crimes against humanity, they’re more than open to perversion propaganda.

They’ve gone completely demented, offering users a range of FIFTY so-called ‘genders’ to choose from when identifying themselves.

February 13, 2014 (LifeSiteNews.com) – Facebook has 1.2 billion users – and now it has nearly as many gender categories to match. The social media website unveiled a new feature today that allows users to jettison male or female and describe themselves by dozens of “gender” labels. http://www.lifesitenews.com/news/facebook-users-can-now-describe-themselves-with-dozens-of-new-gender-identi?utm

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What a bunch of sickos!

Under the “gender” section of their profile, users may click on “custom” and type in dozens of options, including “pangender,” “genderqueer,” “bigender,” “agender,” “gender questioning,” “androgynous,” “cisgender,” and “neutrois.”

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  • I am not even going to investigate, never mind comment on, what some of those mean.

But needless to say, the pro-decadence lobby calling itself the Human Rights Campaign (surely an implicitly discriminatory name – what about fans of bestiality?) are over the moon, delighted at FB’s bow to buggery etc. 

One of their acolytes, Ellen Kahn commented – “The rising tide of equality cannot leave anyone behind!”

Indeed, a dedicated bugger will never leave his friends behind!

So soon those animal fetishists, and other dirty freaks, like child-molestors, will be added?

End of Days, methinks.

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