Detransitioner: Kids Must Be Protected from the Operating Table

Oli London, a former transgender and social media influencer, is sounding the alarm by going around the world warning parents about the propaganda online trying to lure children into mutilating their bodies through gender reassignment surgeries and chemical castration.

London, the author of the new book Gender Madness: One Man’s Devastating Struggle with Woke Ideology and His Battle to Protect Children, tells his chilling story of how he transitioned from a man into a Korean woman but then found faith and embraced his God-given identity. Oli shares his story and the game plan for how we can save our kids.

Additionally, Alex talks with Dr. Duke Pesta, the director of Freedom Project Academy, to discuss a recent speech he gave that attracted a few crazed transgender activists.

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In the news, Alex covers:

1–Muslim radical shoots cops in mass shooting in ND, media silent:

2–Oregon Governor Signs Law That Could Fine People $6,000 for Praying Outside Abortion Clinics

Democrat Oregon Governor Tina Kotek signed House Bill 2002 into law on Tuesday, enacting steep fines for “interfering” outside the entrance of an abortion clinic.

“Every individual has a fundamental right to make decisions about the individual’s reproductive health, including the right to make decisions about the individual’s reproductive health care, to use or refuse contraception, to continue the individual’s pregnancy and give birth, or to terminate the individual’s pregnancy,” the law states.

The law prohibits an “officer, employee, or agent of a public body” from restricting or interfering with a woman’s “reproductive health.”

A person who “impedes” someone’s access to the entrance of a facility that provides abortion is guilty of a Class A misdemeanor under the new law. In Oregon, a Class A misdemeanor is punishable by up to one year in prison, a $6,250 fine, or both. Interfering with the entrance of a facility includes making noise that “disturbs the peace,” trespassing on the grounds of the facility, and calling the facility’s phone with “no communicative purpose.”

The law also requires that medical insurance providers cover transgender surgeries of various kinds and prohibits the Oregon Medical Board from rescinding a doctor’s license for performing or prescribing various transgender treatments to patients.

3–Florida bans driver’s licenses for immigrants living in the US illegally: Florida will no longer accept driver’s licenses issued by some other U.S. states to immigrants living in the country illegally under a law signed by Governor Ron DeSantis as he seeks the 2024 Republican presidential nomination.

The Florida law, which took effect on July 1, is “the strongest anti-illegal immigration legislation in the country,” the governor’s office said in a press release on Wednesday. Mexico’s government assailed the law as racial profiling and a hate crime. “Criminalization is not the way to solve the issue of undocumented immigration,” a Mexican government statement said on Saturday.

“The existence of transnational labor markets and the intense ties of trade and tourism between Mexico and Florida cannot be overlooked by measures inspired by xenophobic and white nationalist sentiments,” it said.

4–Climate change is the white colonization of the atmosphere. It’s time to tackle this entrenched racism: “Climate change is racist.” So reads the title of a recent book by British journalist Jeremy Williams. While this title might seem provocative, it’s long been recognized that people of color suffer disproportionate harm under climate change, and this is likely to worsen in the coming decades.

However, most rich white countries, including Australia, are doing precious little to properly address this inequity. For the most part, they refuse to accept the climate debt they owe to poorer countries and communities.

5–Bolivia challenges global dollar dominance with the Chinese yuan and Russian rouble. Bolivia’s government is determined to curb dependence on the U.S. dollar for foreign trade, instead turning to the Chinese yuan, officials said, as Latin American support for alternative currencies grows.

Economy Minister Marcelo Montenegro said the Andean country was following “a pattern at the level of international trade that is generating a progressive increase in the use of the yuan in foreign trade” during a press conference on Thursday in La Paz.

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