In Australia, politics on both right and left is grappling with newly elected MP Moira Deeming. Ms. Deeming is facing a vote to be removed from the Liberal Party (Conservatives) for “organizing, promoting and participating” in a March 19 Standing for Women (SfW) rally where extreme right-wing supporters were also present. In a statement released after the event, Deeming said that neither she nor SfW did anything wrong and that “the event was attended by Muslims, Christians, atheists, and members of the Green, Labor, LDP, and Liberal parties.”
SfW organizes events around the world with the goal of encouraging women to speak freely about the impact of transgender activism on their lives. For these reasons, Liberal leader John Pesutto said Deeming’s expulsion was a “necessary step” to ensure that the Liberal Party would be “an effective opposition” and “ready to govern” in the 2026 state elections. Despite the flimsy nature of the evidence against feminists fighting transgender ideology and Moira Deeming herself, the blame for alleged friendship and support of extreme right-wingers has spread like wildfire to burn anyone connected to the events at Standing for Women. Deeming’s expulsion motion is expected to be voted on early next week.
Between public denunciations and defamations, the general public and the media lost sight of what she said during the event. Namely, Deeming read the words of her friend, a Muslim woman who came to Australia because she “knew that human rights were strongly upheld” and that different “beliefs and boundaries” would be respected. However, after seeing how women who challenge transgender orthodoxy are treated, Deeming’s Muslim friend realized that “she has more rights in her home country.” Because of all these instrumental controversies, the ones who will lose out will be the ordinary women who participated in the demonstration, ordinary people with legitimate concerns about attempts to impose transgender doctrine against women in Australia’s increasingly obsessive and gagging politics and parties. However, Moira Deeming avoided expulsion from the Victorian Liberal Party on March 27, and was instead suspended for nine months after a two-hour meeting about her and the Liberal Party’s future.
On the other hand, around the same days, over in New Zealand, Posie Parker, a women’s rights activist branded as a “TERF” by transgender activists and their allies, said police told her she was “lucky to be alive” after she was assaulted during a pro-female demonstration in New Zealand. Parker, whose real name is Kellie-Jay Keen Minshull, is called a “TERF” (a pejorative term that stands for Trans Exclusionary Radical Feminist) and has earned the ire of the trans lobby with her explicit comments against gender transition treatments for children and for allowing biologically male transwomen access to female-only spaces, for which she has been accused of “hate speech.”
One of these protests in Auckland attracted about 2,000 protesters, according to the New Zealand Herald. Barriers were erected to separate the feminists and LGBTI groups, but skirmishes still broke out, and one LGBTI protester crashed on the stage where Posie Parker was trying to talk and doused her and a security guard with what fortunately turned out to be fruit juice… For now it was only fruit juice, but it could have been something else, much more harmful.
In short, in the largest countries of Oceania, Australia and New Zealand, hatred of women is at its peak, the risk of physical safety of those who defend femininity is real and in addition to the media gag, politics is kneeling in the service of the new power of LGBTI and transgender lobbies. Long live women (females!) and men (males!).
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