New UN Treaty May Put Gender Ideology in International Law

Submitted by  Stefano Gennarini, J.D.

NEW YORK, October 4 (C-Fam) In a new treaty, the General Assembly may scrap the definition of gender as “male and female” currently in international law and endorse a definition of gender as “socially constructed.” The new definition would open the door to 100+ “genders” in binding law.

The International Law Commission has asked the General Assembly to discard the legal definition of gender in international law as “the two sexes, male and female, within the context of society.” That hard-fought definition was decided in the Rome Statues creating the International Criminal Court and excludes any “meaning different from the above.”

The left-leaning commission proposed the change in a new treaty on the prosecution of crimes against humanity that will be reviewed by the General Assembly’s legal experts later this month.

In making the recommendation, the commission cites “several developments in international human rights law and international criminal law.” As evidence, the commission lists the non-binding opinions of human rights bodies and other international law entities who promote gender as a social construct, including the notions of “sexual orientation” and “gender identity.”

The commission cites, for instance, the UN Independent Expert on protection against violence and discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity, who has written that gender is “each person’s deeply felt internal and individual experience of gender, which may or may not correspond with the sex assigned at birth.”

The report also cites the prosecutor of the International Criminal Court, according to whom gender is not a biological reality but a “social construction” related to the “accompanying roles, behaviors, activities, and attributes assigned to women and men, and girls and boys.”

The legal effect of discarding the Rome Statute’s definition of gender will be to enshrine gender as a social construct in international law. It wouldn’t merely leave the definition of gender open to each country’s national legislation to define, as some may believe. Far from it. Because of the elaborate rationale in the report of the commission, dropping the definition will have the legal effect of defining gender in international law very broadly.

The request is likely to attract controversy in the General Assembly. The Commission told the General Assembly in the last two years that it would not change any of the definitions from the Rome Statute in this new treaty. And it has gone back on its word because of intense lobbying from LGBT groups.

Moreover, the commission wholly overlooks the fact that a majority of countries do not consider gender as a social construct. Indeed, the UN entities and bodies cited by the commission go further than most countries’ laws.

Through 2019, only seven countries allow gender change based on self-identification alone, according to the pro-LGBT group Amnesty International.

Even in the roughly 40 other countries where individuals are allowed to legally assume an identity different from their biological sex, countries restrict who may do so and under what circumstance.

In most countries identity change is only permitted after a psychiatric determination of gender dysphoria or a surgical operation to mutate the sexual physiognomy of an individual. In addition, some countries require individuals to divorce their spouses and do not allow individuals with children to change their gender.

The sixth committee of the General Assembly is scheduled to review the report of the International Law Commission, where the new treaty is contained between October 28 and November 6.

 

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  • Submitted by Dr. GP (Click Images):

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  • PERSUANT TO REMARKS BY DR LUCAS WE HAVE NOW UPLOADED DETAILED INFORMATION ON MUTATIONS AND INTERSEXES

    READERS SHOULD THANK BOTH DAVID AND DR LUCAS FOR THIS

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  • On Tuesday 17 December, 2019, the BBC will be broadcasting a story called the Rainbow Railroad. It seems that Barbados will be defamed in that broadcast by two Bajan women and an organization in Canada called the Rainbow Railroad.

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/w3ct03mn

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  • The BBC is alleging that “It’s illegal to be gay in Barbados and punishable by death.”

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  • @ Ping Pong

    I have warned on numerous occasions of Googling or reading BBC websites and treating it as gospel. I once worked for BBC Radio London as a news and current affairs producer. I know the quality of the people I worked with.

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  • I am not treating the BBC website as “gospel” but the BBC does have a worldwide audience and for many a certain credibility. It would seem that Barbados is being maligned in the upcoming story.

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  • @ Ping Pong

    Is it illegal to be gay in Barbados? And, if so, is it punishable by death?

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  • (Quote):
    I am not treating the BBC website as “gospel” but the BBC does have a worldwide audience and for many a certain credibility. It would seem that Barbados is being maligned in the upcoming story. (Unquote)

    And deservedly so!

    Why should two consenting adults be incarcerated for a long period of time for engaging in an act of consensual anal sex aka ‘buggery’!

    This is a health issue not a criminal matter legally deserving of incarceration.

    What a load of ‘bull’!

    It is nothing more than a false bottom of hypocrisy?

    All this is doing is sending the perpetrators to a paradise for rear-end mechanics.

    Is there such a law against females engaging in clitoral stimulation aka tribbing?

    A woman can have legal access to an abortion to terminate the life of a non-consenting human but two consenting adults can’t contribute to the control of the human population.

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  • miller
    you have written a load of bull!

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  • @ GP December 14, 2019 7:59 PM

    Well, that’s right up your one-way street!

    What’s the difference between what your man “Shitbama” does and your nemesis MOCKLEY “THE PRIME WICKER” (using your nomenclature not the miller’s)?

    In the eyes of the Law and your ‘forgiving’ man Yahweh why should there be gender discrimination among consenting adults of the alternative persuasion?

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  • @David

    Here is the doc that “Ping Pong” referred to earlier, I was going to write some comments but I’ll let others closer to the situation chime in…….

    https://www.cbc.ca/radio/docproject/i-m-free-how-canada-s-rainbow-railroad-helped-a-barbados-couple-fleeing-persecution-find-peace-1.5393927

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  • LOL…sarge my inbox was busting this morning, but you have bigger kahunas than I. I wouldn’t post it.

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  • After reading the article had to wonder if it was Barbados being discussed.

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  • @David

    There is also the audio……..

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  • I wish Jane and Patricia well, but as always I have questions. Even though male/male sex is illegal in Barbados, female/female sex is not now nor has it been illegal, so “no” the state cannot prosecute lesbians for having sex, unless of course the sex takes place in public, but heterosexuals can also be prosecuted for having sex in public; both homosexuals and heterosexuals can also be prosecuted for having sex with a person under the age of 16, even if that person is 15 years and 11 months, and the other party has just turned 16. So I am wondering why the lady was arrested and convicted? and put on probation since it is not a criminal offense for any two people older than 16 to have sex privately.

    Were the ladies persecuted by people in their own community? Yes I believe them. But were they persecuted by the state? I am doubtful.

    As for not rehousing the refugee claimants in their own cultural communities? I don’t know. A Bajan lesbian refugee claimant has just moved into my sister’s building in the great white north, and my sister (who is not gay) and her family went out of their way to help her find a place to live and to get settled until her refugee claim is heard. Another gay male Bajan refugee claimant took my little Susie out skiing during her first winter in the great white north, because our families have know each other both here and there for decades. The young man is living, apparently quite happily in the Bajan community in Canada.

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  • @Miller December 14, 2019 7:39 PM “Why should two consenting adults be incarcerated for a long period of time for engaging in an act of consensual anal sex aka ‘buggery’!”

    Has anybody ever been imprisoned in Barbados for engaging in consensual homosexual sex?

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  • Miller December 14, 2019 8:13 PM “In the eyes of the Law and your ‘forgiving’ man Yahweh why should there be gender discrimination among consenting adults of the alternative persuasion?”

    There shouldn’t be any discrimination.

    What is good for the goose should also be good for the gander.

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  • It is none of my business who Canada takes in as a refugee but I find it amusing that two gay Bajans can get refugee status there. When it comes to LGBTQ issues, Canadians seem to lose their common sense. I did not know that it is illegal to be gay in Barbados furthermore punishable by death as the BBC claims.

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  • @ Ping Pong

    So, are you saying the BBC got it wrong? That it is bad journalism (*a key concept of journalism is confirmation)? That the supposed credibility of the BBC is a myth? Ask Boris about that, which is why he now wants to reform the institution.
    About the LGBT ideology. Barbados has always had a substantial number of lesbians and she-she men who have always been given the same freedoms as other Barbadians. In fact, as a little boy, there was a saying in Nelson Street when sailors were in town that if the women came out, the sailors were Yanks; if Gaga and the other men came out, then they were Brits.
    What you are seeing being played out is the importation of a foreign ideology, much the same as the more political liberal democracy. In short, we are being bullied in to conforming to the European and American idea of human rights. Jut look at how the Canadian and EU diplomats interfere with our internal affairs..
    One way of refugees getting in to so-called mature democracies is to allege religious or sexual harassment/torment. The trick of good journalism is to follow these people weeks, months after they have been allowed in.
    Just ignore bad journalism. Use your cognitive powers.

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  • @Ping Pong

    What it confirms for some is the agendas pushed by traditional media. The LGBT influence is huge.

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  • Columbus thought that he had discovered this region even though on his much belated arrival there were already tens of millions of people living here whose ancestors had arrived here tens of thousands of years before he did. But this is the nature of “Western” delusions. The Canadians seem to think that they have discovered homosexuality. They did not. There have always been homosexuals living peacefully and peaceably in Barbados. When I entered elementary school in rural Barbados in 1957 one my teachers was gay. I should not say was gay, I should say is gay, because she is still alive 62 years later. She must be in her 80’s now. I know that she is not dead, because like most elderly Bajans I listen to “the deaths” on the radio most mornings, read the obits in the Sunday and weekday papers. In addition if she had died one of my many, many siblings would have told me because we are old fashioned Bajans so we attend the funerals of our teachers, of family, of friends, of colleagues, of neighbors, and of other important people in our community. The community, the parents and the children all knew that the lady was gay. I never witnessed nor heard of any negative behavior towards her. She as “teacher” and as our elder was deserving of our respect, and this respect was very naturally given. There were/are other gay people in my village too, both gay men and gay women. They did what the rest of us did, went to work, came home to family, went to church, some raised children. Some lived with their partners, some in true Bajan style had visiting relationships. Now those of my generation are respected elders, while [some] Canadians seem to have led younger gay Bajans to believe that they are a persecuted minority, who must be sneaked out of a deeply hostile Barbados with only the clothes on their backs.

    And this business of gay people not being able to hold hands in public. Bajans are not big on public displays of affection. Not heterosexual Bajans and not gay Bajans. That is how we is. At the time of my mother’s death she had been with my father for 70 years and I NEVER once saw them holding hands, but they had nuff, nuff children whom they raised lovingly and sensibly to adulthood, so clearly there was plenty of private affection going on. Enough private affection to help to sustain a relationship for 70 years. And i never saw anybody else in my rural Bajan village and now for decades in my Bajan suburb holding hands either, except for parents of young children. For their safety most of us will hold the hands of our young children and grandchildren when we are out in public. But out ethos is that “big people” know how to keep themselves safe in public, so what is the hand holding for.

    This Silly Woman is both Bajan and Canadian. I have a deep understanding of both societies, an understanding informed by my lived reality and by the formal study of sociology at an elite university.

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  • CORRECTION: our ethos, not out ethos. A few other errors, but wunna know what I mean. Don’t kill me because i sometimes forget to capitalize my “I’s”

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  • Some of the story surprised me.

    But let’s be honest, homophobia is rampant in Barbados. The stigma, bullying and social pressure are almost unbearable.
    I had a good friend who had to leave the village.

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  • As far as I know, it is “anal sex” between persons of any gender that is illegal in Barbados. It is not illegal to be homosexual.

    There is some homophobia here as there is some homophobia worldwide. There is bullying here as there is worldwide.

    Matthew Shepard was not tortured and killed in Barbados. He was tortured and killed in the US of A.

    The situation is changing here as it is changing worldwide. I think we should be left alone to evolve in our own time. Most young people are far more willing to let people “do themselves” which really means to be themselves Why is it that these foreign entities always seek to push their agendas and time tables on us? The BBC is probably full of impatient gay people looking to validate themselves.

    Personally I find “anal sex” to be unhygienic and detrimental to the health of the anus but I respect the right of a person to do what he or she pleases with his or her own body as long as it does not directly affect anyone else.

    As such I am for equal human rights for ALL and I often have discussions in my “roamings” promoting just that. When some people actually stop and think they are forced to agree with me. We in Barbados do have some way to go but we are not that far away from acceptance.

    As for the UN Gender Policy I don’t see how that will affect us negatively in any way. As long as they encourage rather than strong arm us into acceptance.

    Live and let live unless a person is trying to kill you!

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  • @ Silly Woman December 17, 2019 10:53 PM
    “Has anybody ever been imprisoned in Barbados for engaging in consensual homosexual sex?”
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    Don’t be that silly of a woman, Simple Simon(e)!

    You are ‘sorely’ missing the point.
    This is not a call for a judgment on people’s morality or sexual behaviour but a clear case of deliberate State-legislative discrimination to the point of even buggering the ‘human’ rights of a specific group of people as guaranteed under Constitutional and ratified by the UN convention/charter on Human Rights.

    This is what the Law in Barbados [1993 Sexual Offences CAP.154, Sec. 9] demands:
    “Any person who commits buggery is guilty of an offence and is liable on conviction on indictment to imprisonment for life”.

    What do you think about that, now?

    Why can’t the Bajan LGBTQ closeted government just remove these ‘silly’ unenlightened ‘backward-looking’ pieces of human-rights violating legislation from the statute books as their colonial masters have done many ‘mooning’ nights ago?

    It certainly can be as easy as writing off hundreds of millions dollars of ‘back’ taxes to a selected few in a special politically-lubricated well-hung group of buggering economic parasites.

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  • @Miller

    Are you flirting with the suggestion to Mia to consult with Jerome? Jerome Dickey?

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  • TheOGazertsDecember 18, 2019 6:32 AM

    Some of the story surprised me.

    But let’s be honest, homophobia is rampant in Barbados. The stigma, bullying and social pressure are almost unbearable.
    I had a good friend who had to leave the village.

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    In a few weeks my neighbour will come to do my carpentry work. He is homosexual. For a while he tried heterosexuality. He soon returned to homosexuality.

    How do i know all this? He told my brother. He has never hidden who he is. He and others like him have lived in our community hassle free for many many years.

    He is an excellent carpenter. We all hire him. We all like him as he is lots of fun and does not “trouble a fella.” He is a part of our community.

    I repeat – Barbados like the country in which you live, is made up of many different people and many different communities with different attitudes.

    My carpenter’s experience is also a Barbadian experience.

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  • Miller,

    It will be removed in due course. When the old people die off. The young people will remove it.

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  • @Donna December 18, 2019 8:30 AM “Personally I find “anal sex” to be unhygienic and detrimental to the health of the anus”

    Actually any sex with a person with a sexually transmitted disease is unhealthy sex. And that unhealthy sex can happen to a virginal partner on his or her wedding night, or it can happen as it did to my former neighbor who got HIV from her husband at just about the time of their 50th anniversary

    So…

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  • It is unhygienic because of the presence of certain bacteria occurring naturally in the tract. It is detrimental to the anus because of the physical structure. The anus was not meant for two way traffic. Eventually there are consequences. My mother who worked in the outpatient clinic at the hospital witnessed these smelly and messy consequences daily.

    I am not referring to sexually transmitted viruses and bacteria that are not a naturally occurring presence in the vagina. Also the vagina is not destroyed by repeated penetration of an uninfected normal sized penis in a non-violent way. Mine is still intact. How about yours? lol.

    And therein lies the difference in design that we cannot get around.

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  • @Miller December 18, 2019 8:49 AM “This is what the Law in Barbados [1993 Sexual Offences CAP.154, Sec. 9] demands Any person who commits buggery is guilty of an offence and is liable on conviction on indictment to imprisonment for life. What do you think about that, now?”

    A Silly Woman’s Response: I think that it is a silly law, which should long have been removed, since it is NEVER used anyhow, so what is the point of having it??? I doubt though that any Bajan jury would convict anyone of ANY consensual sexual act which took place in private, so why haven’t we removed the law? You being a long standing member of the political class can perhaps tell me.

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  • @Donna December 18, 2019 9:25 AM “Also the vagina is not destroyed by repeated penetration of an uninfected normal sized penis in a non-violent way. Mine is still intact. How about yours? lol.”

    Dear Donna: As far as i am concerned there is no such thing as an abnormal sized penis when used in a non-violent way. All healthy penises used in a consensual non-violent way are good. “Ms. Mary” is in excellent health today, after a lifetime of good, happy, productive use.

    Lemme run and do my pre-Christmas cleaning before David bans me for “rudeness”

    Lolll!!!

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  • And Donna about that carpenter. Keep him ya hear. One did a job for a friend of mine last week and attempted to charge $600 BDS for a 6 1/2 hour work day.

    Another friend of mine, a specialist physician in public service, after 7 years of training ain’t making that much.

    The politicians int the only ones ya hear.

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  • @ Donna December 18, 2019 9:25 AM

    Totally agree with you.
    Consensual Anal sex (between adults) is not a matter for criminal purview but a health matter requiring a focus from both a public and private education perspective.

    Today’s easy access to pornography of the extreme kind- via the modern-day ‘tree of knowledge of good and evil’ aka the Internet- has made this need for greater public education even more demanding.

    BTW, from a Bajan woman’s measuring tape of her penile perspective what is indeed a “normal-sized penis”?

    Can the miller get away with a foot or just half? IMHO LOL!!

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  • If the CBC misrepresented the situation in Barbados shouldn’t High Commissioner Farley be in contact with the President of Corporation? Or at the very least the CBC Ombudsman? Then again you have the Canadian diplomat who was very much in the news during the Election.

    Then there is the very obvious elephant in the room……

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  • @ Silly Woman December 18, 2019 9:26 AM
    “A Silly Woman’s Response: I think that it is a silly law, which should long have been removed, since it is NEVER used anyhow, so what is the point of having it??? I doubt though that any Bajan jury would convict anyone of ANY consensual sexual act which took place in private, so why haven’t we removed the law? You being a long standing member of the political class can perhaps tell me.”
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    Dear SSW (the ‘Simply Sweet’ Wo(e)man), you have just made out the indisputable case for the abolition of the death penalty in Barbados.

    Please don’t backpedal now that you have found your groove.

    You are heading in the right direction for an all-inclusive enlightened democratic Barbados which can rid itself of the long-entrenched hypocrisy of morality and religious double standards.

    A Barbados-which has put all its economic eggs in the one-cylinder international travel/tourism basket –must be prepared to be a magnate of the rainbow of attractions fit and ready to market itself as tourism destination of the 21st Century ready to put even Amsterdam into second place as it did in its distant past.

    You can do it little Britain of yesteryear! Big sister Tranny Britain, although no longer ‘Great’, is right ‘behind’ you; Brexit and all!

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  • Why do you believe that i have even been in favour of the death penalty?

    This Silly Woman is not in favor of violence real or virtual, unless it is required for immediate self defense, and then i can be as violent as any other human being.

    lolll!!!

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  • @Sargeant December 18, 2019 10:19 AM “If the CBC misrepresented the situation in Barbados shouldn’t High Commissioner Farley be in contact with the President of Corporation?”

    Yes and yes.

    There should be somebody in the High Commissioner’s office called press attache, press assistant or some such title who job it should be to follow all Canadian media for any mention of Barbados either positive or negative and and the High Commissioner’s office should respond appropriately.

    But I am not sure that the High Commissioner’s office is so staffed…but if not then Government Information Service should be doing these daily press reviews virtually since so much of the news is now available 24/7 via the internet.

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  • @Miller

    Can the miller get away with a foot or just half?
    +++++++++++++++
    And so it was that later
    As the Miller told his TALE…….

    Sorry couldn’t help it 😊

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  • BTW, from a Bajan woman’s measuring tape of her penile perspective what is indeed a “normal-sized penis”?

    Can the miller get away with a foot or just half? IMHO LOL!!

    +++++++++++++++++++++++

    I would say three quarters. lol.

    Simple Simon,

    What rudeness what! Plain talk is not rudeness. What I say here I would say to my sixteen year old son.

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  • I agree on the death penalty. I am always afraid they will execute an innocent man.

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  • @Muhammad October 10, 2019 1:22 PM “a god appears to dub as the wisest man who ever lived (Solomon) for having a preponderance of a predilection for promiscuity by having 700 wives in his palace and a harem of 300 concubines.”

    700 wives what!!! If ole Solomon had met 99% of those women on Broad Street he would not even recognize them. Tell the truth now do you know 700 people well enough that you can recognize every one of them by face and name?

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  • @ Sargeant December 18, 2019 2:14 PM

    I can see you have ‘dabbled’ in those Chaucerian tales of ill repute!

    Which one was your favourite (occupational character) read at the BFS?

    Or do you prefer the abridged version of all of them and just go for the Canterbury tales, of course written in its original ole English?

    Sorry, but I will stick with (the) Miller’s!

    “Oure Hooste saugh that he was dronke of ale, And seyde, ‘Abyd, Robyn, my leeve brother; Som better man shal telle us first another. Abyd, and lat us werken thriftily.”

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  • @ Piece the Legend,

    As a busy person, I do not have much time to contribute to BU. Where possible I try to insert information which hopefully broadens the level of discussion. The problem with BU is that it is very parochial.

    Take this discussion concerning the UN and its desire to put gender ideology on the international statute books. We make the assumption that the UN is a moral force for good and that they are an organisation whom we should meekly obey.

    Yet, UN soldiers from a number of highly developed countries over a number of years where known to have been impregnating and sodomising underage Haitian girls whilst paying for their services. A report has come out today confirming that hundreds and hundreds of soldiers fathered children from underage girls.

    Not a peep from our Caribbean leaders nor any meaningful discussion from our regional media.

    What of Caricom? Is Haiti not part of the region? This confirms what many of us already believe. The Caribbean remains a region where foreigners can come and exploit our nationals without consequence.

    It would be good to get a response from the UN.

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  • Caricom issued a statement against the action of the UN peacekeepers.

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  • The UN is flawed as are all other human organizations. No person or organization is all good.

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  • @Miller

    It would make a good story if I could claim to be an aficionado of Chaucer as he used for source material but my quote was from the British pop group Procol Harum (a reminder of my salad days) – “A Whiter Shade of Pale” (1967)

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  • @TLNS

    Once more you are on the ball. Not only did the so-called UN peacekeepers rape and sodomise young Asians, but also the so-called charities, or as we now call them, NGOs.
    They disgracefully used food as entrapment and not a word was said at the time from our politic al leaders. And then the corrupt British press, including Sky News and the BBC, described the young Haitian victims as prostitutes. Even Oxfam, the biggest culprits, tried to extricate itself.
    At the time of the earthquake all kinds of nations and individuals made promises of support to Haiti, most it these promises have failed to materialise.
    I have often wondered why these jokers masquerading as the press do not pool their resources and investigate these failed promises. I fully understand it would be too expensive for any single publication, but together they can be a force. But what do I know about these things.

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  • @ Sargeant December 18, 2019 9:21 PM

    Surprised you weren’t exposed to such ‘alternative’ Literature to Shakespeare in your “Salad days” at BFS like your contemporary JFS.

    Was simply trying to pull your rather long(er) leg, or as they say in modern-day Chaucer land, ‘taking the Mickey’ as a riposte to your cutting innuendo that the Miller’s ‘tail’ is not a real foot but just half a dozen.

    Yet there is much crossover from the original ‘the drunken miller’s tale of a hangover to Procol Harum’s tale of “turning cartwheels ‘cross the floor and feeling kinda seasick”.

    But tell us Sarge, did you ever get to find out- after consuming your full bowl of ‘inexperience, enthusiasm, idealism and sheer innocence’ sprinkled with a good serving of MXE- what that evergreen song “A Whiter Shade of Pale” was all about?

    What was that substance that caused young men to “skip the light fandango” and the waiter’s face to turn “a whiter shade of pale”?

    It certainly wasn’t any green herb; only some pale synthetic substance of higher potency could have induced the height of hallucination of watching “16 vestal virgins leaving for the coast”; not so?

    Just let us settle for a prescription of Hitler’s Pervitin. Or would a few doses of the ‘stimulating’ ingredient in the original coke be palatable to the modern day salad–eating generation?

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  • @Hal Austin December 19, 2019 4:13 AM “And then the corrupt British press, including Sky News and the BBC, described the young Haitian victims as prostitutes.”

    The press is mostly male, and men too love to call girls and women whores. Call a girl or woman a nasty name and then they don’t have to call themselves rapists.

    I often ask people how has it happened that the majority of the black people in the “new world” everywhere from Canada to Chile have some ‘white blood?”

    Rape, especially the rape of teen girls became routine during the colonial period, 1492 to 1898 when Brazil finally abolished slavery. My grandmother was an adult then.

    European men have long been rapists, who love to call teenage girls whores.

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  • @ Silly Woman December 19, 2019 7:55 AM
    “European men have long been rapists, who love to call teenage girls whores.”
    +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

    Simply Sensational! That’s one outrageously true claim (coming from you silly woman’s mouth) which cannot be refuted (not even by the archangel of male defence from “whitehill”.

    After all, the 100% indisputable DNA evidence is right around the Western world; especially in the model slave society called Barbados.

    The white man used to hide to work the black ‘promised’ land but he couldn’t hide the fruits of his ‘free’ labour.

    PS:
    It would be great to hear our Quaker friend John twisted view on your assertion.
    Let us see if he will contend that any ‘grey’ fruits from the white on black tree of reproduction were the harvest of consensual fertilization.

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