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Crazy People Are Dangerous: ‘Non-Binary’ LGBT Student Activist Shot Dead

Posted on | September 17, 2017 | Comments Off on Crazy People Are Dangerous: ‘Non-Binary’ LGBT Student Activist Shot Dead


Scout Schultz, 21, was born male but “preferred ‘they’ and ‘them’ gender pronouns and identified as bisexual, non-binary and intersex,” according to his mother. Schultz was president of the Pride Alliance, a student LGBTQ organization at Georgia Tech, where police shot him dead Saturday night after Schultz refused to drop a knife:

The tense encounter was caught on camera — in which the student can be seen walking closer and closer to the police officers and shouting ‘shoot me.’
‘Nobody wants to hurt you,’ one of the officers can be heard saying.
Schultz was then shot once and immediately crumpled to the ground, screaming out in pain.
None of the police officers involved have been identified, and the Georgia Bureau of Investigation is currently looking into the shooting.
According to a press release from the bureau, the Georgia Tech campus police received a 911 call of a ‘person with a knife and a gun’ at 11.17pm Saturday night.
The release says Schultz was ‘not cooperative and would not comply with the officers commands.
‘Schultz continued to advance on the officers with a knife… Subsequently, one officer fired striking Schultz.’

“Suicide by cop,” apparently. In a statement on their Facebook page, the Pride Alliance continues the “they/their/them” pronoun charade, as if the delusions of a knife-wielding lunatic deserve respect. It never seems to occur to these activist types that acting as enablers to the mentally ill — and demanding that the rest of us play along with the “gender” game — actually makes them complicit in the deaths of such deranged people. Scout Schultz needed psychiatric treatment, not identity politics.

“When I said that the mentally ill should be in institutions, public universities weren’t the kind of institutions I had in mind.”

The counterfactual ideology of transgenderism is a formula for madness. As much as we might pity the sufferers of “gender dysphoria,” political correctness is no substitute for mental-health treatment.

The transgender community is full of nutjobs like “Natalie Reed,” a former junkie who claims to suffer from depression, anxiety and PTSD. To put it quite plainly he/“she” is crazy, and this kind of craziness (“comorbidity”) is commonplace among transgender people. Should we rearrange the social order to accommodate their irrational demands? Should we allow lunatic perverts to dictate our laws? And why are universities accommodating this maladaptive behavior?



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