Horror! Transvestites may be 'profiled' in terror investigations

Rick Moran
We simply must prevent the harrassment of transgender males, and transvestites who will be in for closer scrutiny as a result of male terrorists dressing as women to avoid detection.

That's the result of a UN study, as this Washington Times editorial reports:

The 23-page document is the ultimate politically correct guide to combating terrorism. It is based on the work of U.N. special rapporteur Martin Scheinin, who notes that "immigration controls that focus attention on male bombers who may be dressing as females to avoid scrutiny make transgender persons susceptible to increased harassment and suspicion." The impact on transvestites (cross-dressers) and "intersex" individuals (those in the midst of a sex change) is even more dramatic.

That's not all. Think of the poor wives of terrorists who are caught:

The politically correct U.N. report is remarkable in its thoroughness. Extraordinary rendition is a process of grabbing terrorists off the street and packing them off to a different country for prosecution or interrogation. The report notes the adverse effects of extraordinary rendition on the wives of terrorists and its impairment of their enjoyment of "the right to adequate housing, and the right to family life."

Presumably rendition is an occupational hazard of being a professional terrorist; if the wife, husband or "life partner" of the bad guy is inconvenienced because the breadwinner suddenly vanishes, we counsel next time marrying an accountant.

Ed Lasky adds:

Your tax dollars at work. Obama wants to outsource our national security and foreign policy to these types of "experts".
 



With the UN on the case, I have no doubt that the scourge of terrorism will be beaten back while making sure the rights of transvestites are secure and the wives and loved ones of terrorists, cared for.




We simply must prevent the harrassment of transgender males, and transvestites who will be in for closer scrutiny as a result of male terrorists dressing as women to avoid detection.

That's the result of a UN study, as this Washington Times editorial reports:

The 23-page document is the ultimate politically correct guide to combating terrorism. It is based on the work of U.N. special rapporteur Martin Scheinin, who notes that "immigration controls that focus attention on male bombers who may be dressing as females to avoid scrutiny make transgender persons susceptible to increased harassment and suspicion." The impact on transvestites (cross-dressers) and "intersex" individuals (those in the midst of a sex change) is even more dramatic.

That's not all. Think of the poor wives of terrorists who are caught:

The politically correct U.N. report is remarkable in its thoroughness. Extraordinary rendition is a process of grabbing terrorists off the street and packing them off to a different country for prosecution or interrogation. The report notes the adverse effects of extraordinary rendition on the wives of terrorists and its impairment of their enjoyment of "the right to adequate housing, and the right to family life."

Presumably rendition is an occupational hazard of being a professional terrorist; if the wife, husband or "life partner" of the bad guy is inconvenienced because the breadwinner suddenly vanishes, we counsel next time marrying an accountant.

Ed Lasky adds:

Your tax dollars at work. Obama wants to outsource our national security and foreign policy to these types of "experts".

 



With the UN on the case, I have no doubt that the scourge of terrorism will be beaten back while making sure the rights of transvestites are secure and the wives and loved ones of terrorists, cared for.