Category Archives: monomaniacal lobbies

Transgender murderer to receive a sex swap on the NHS

Taxpayers are to pay for vicious and depraved Paris Green to have a sex-change operation at a private hospital.

Dalrymple notes that a deep moral cowardice infects many countries in the Western world, with Britain in the vanguard of the rush to surrender. In England, he reports,

a prisoner guilty of a murder of uncommon depravity and viciousness has decided that he would like to change sex, and—although he has already assaulted women in the women’s prison to which he has been removed—he is to receive expensive surgery at taxpayers’ expense to enable him to fulfil his dream. To the medical costs will be added those of security (the only escapes from imprisonment that I observed during 15 years as a prison doctor were from hospital).

At one time, writes Dalrymple,

prisoners used to change religion, sometimes with accompanying changes of diet, as a means of occupying their time and irritating or embarrassing the prison authorities. But increasingly, prisoners are changing sex to achieve the same ends. No one in authority has sufficient courage to say no to them.

What is the immediate cause of this cowardice? It is, Dalrymple explains,

fear of a small but vocal and monomaniacal lobby. Rather than having to think and then face it down with arguments, surrender has been immediate and unconditional.