Groups Stealing Intellectual Material
I’m a her and a she. Don’t take my gender identity away from me because you can’t decide what you want to be. Gender identity is different from sexual identity.
I’d give the rest of the solution, but the social engineers and government psychologists indicate it must come from a transgender person thus I won’t get credit for my work.
Historically, when I found a solution, they’d just steal it and put some other author’s name from the appropriate group the solution was designed for and threaten me in various behind the scenes ways to shut up about it.
Animal rights people do the same thing, steal the work of others, put their name to it, and claim privilege over and ownership rights to another’s intellectual material/work citing the ‘common good or common cause’ reasons for the plagiarism/theft of another’s brain products. Or they’ll attach ‘anonymous’ to it – like I’ve ever been anonymous!!
Some even had the audacity to trademark and register what they stole.
The Blacks are big on that. Take your words, apply them to their cause, then claim ownership.
That every large and small group does it, doesn’t make it right. Operatives working for/with governments do it. They’re always trolling for new material to steal from one and give or sell to another.
“They can’t prove it” is their excuse for doing it. Even Barack Obama shouted out that he loved stealing other people’s material. He, while president of the United States actually thought it was okay to steal the work of somebody else. That’s when I started questioning his integrity. Remember, “You can do it, I know you can?” (We, I) can do it, Yes (We, I) can?
In fact all the intellectual material thieves think it’s okay, until someone steals from them something they worked hard to develop or something they valued.
In India they used to cut off the hands of children who stole. In Africa, they’d put a tire around your neck, fill it with gasoline and set it on fire and watch you burn – for stealing a car. They stole four of mine, back to back just so they wouldn’t have to take a city bus.
So when the shoes on the other foot, it’s always a different story.
The FBI even said they owned everyone’s intellectual material by law. That statement begs to know which law. I never did find such a law that claimed the FBI owned all my intellectual material – in other words, brain products. If I build a house, the FBI owns the blueprints I drew up from which to make it?
Show me that law.
I’ll give you some input:
Frankly, rather than remember all the first letters of all the sexual orientation categories and in what order I propose abcxyz – for now. That’s not the initial solution, but ‘gay community’ which became an umbrella phrase for alternative sex or ALT SEX community doesn’t seem to satisfy the people in each sex category, since everyone is grouped together.
When all the categories were introduced and I’m sure there will be more to come when they fine tune them, people wanted to acknowledge each and all groups as significant.
People outside of the ALT SEX community will not be able to quote all the first letters of the sexual orientations. Try it, ask them, they can’t do it. Not even those within the group can recite them all without difficulty. No one should expect them to; it’s too cumbersome. So until someone finds a solution regarding that one issue I’m going with the ABCXYZ community.
At some point, whoever decided to categorize all heterosexual people as straight will need to explain why and what the word even means. Did anyone ask heterosexuals if they minded being called straight? Just clear it up without getting offended. They’re the ones who should be offended if you’re the ones who gave them a name, that for all they know is disparagingly used in private circles.
You shouldn’t include a category that heterosexuals aren’t allowed to say in public. The name of a category needs to be universally accepted and used.
Queer jumps out as one of those labels that some can say and others can’t. So does fag. You can say it but no one else can? Can you define queer and fag?
If you want to spread the good word about yourselves, then stop developing language and using nicknames which disrupt and segregate with a punishment attached when some, not all people, use it. You picking and choosing who can say what shows immaturity and discrimination. You know the adage, if you don’t want to be discriminated against, then don’t discriminate against others.
Words are free for all to use. Certain groups owning certain words is dictatorial and discriminatory and destructive.
The reason governments even allow such blatant discrimination to flourish is to silence the influential voices within the groups by allowing group members to act like the police in rooting out people outside the group who utter your assigned words. It doesn’t cost the government and it makes the group members happy.
It’s only a word. They’re just blowing off steam. Keep them fighting each other, so they don’t come after us.
“LGBTQIA is sometimes used and adds “queer, intersex, and asexual” to the basic term. Other variants may have a “U” for “unsure”; a “C” for “curious”; another “T” for “transvestite”; a “TS”, or “2” for “two-spirit” persons; or an “SA” for “straight allies”.”
You understand what I mean now, right? LGBTQIAUCTTS2SA
You’ll figure it out. Simplicity is beautiful, said somebody.
If we could only find it.