Transabled Replaces Transgendered In Race To Undo Creation
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Mike: “Becoming disabled by choice, not chance: ‘Transabled’ people feel like imposters in their fully working bodies.” Folks, I am not making this up. This is from the National Post, like USA Today for Canada.
When he cut off his right arm with a “very sharp power tool,” a man who now calls himself One Hand Jason let everyone believe it was an accident.
But he had for months tried different means of cutting and crushing the limb that never quite felt like his own, training himself on first aid so he wouldn’t bleed to death, even practicing on animal parts sourced from a butcher.
“My goal was to get the job done with no hope of reconstruction or re-attachment, and I wanted some method that I could actually bring myself to do,” he told the body modification website ModBlog.
Mike: You people that think we are not in the throes of the most dangerous, demonically-inspired heresy in the history of the human race, I offer this as Exhibit A. The website ModBlog, modify your body. They aren’t satisfied with piercings, not satisfied with obscene amounts of tattoos. [mocking] “God shouldn’t have given me this arm. I don’t want his arm. I didn’t like the tattoos on it anyway.”
David Simpson: In what perverse world is it, Mike – it used to be that we had sympathy and a feeling of mercy towards those who were disabled. Of course, we can’t say disabled anymore. Now we say challenged. I don’t know what the word is. I can’t keep up with it.
Mike: You’re not allowed to say anything. People that just aren’t like you. People who can’t ambulate like you.
Simpson: We used to have feelings of sympathy and mercy and kindness and generosity towards them because they were disabled. Now it apparently is so attractive to be disabled that they would rather be that way than not. This is a complete inversion. Whenever you see inversions, you know something demonic is at work.
Mike: He’s trying to invert the order. I said yesterday – and I don’t even know why I said this – when I started the show that people are saying what’s right and what’s wrong about Jennerism. I said: NO, you’re all wrong. What we should be talking about is not right or wrong. It’s about order or disorder, an ordered society and a disordered. This one is disordered. It is dangerously disordered. This story bears this out.
People like Jason have been classified as ‘‘transabled’’ — feeling like imposters in their bodies, their arms and legs in full working order.
“We define transability as the desire or the need for a person identified as able-bodied by other people to transform his or her body to obtain a physical impairment,” . . .
Simpson: I’m wondering why they call it an impairment. At this point it’s progress, right?
. . . says Alexandre Baril, a Quebec born academic who will present on “transability” at this week’s Congress of the Social Sciences and Humanities at the University of Ottawa.
“The person could want to become deaf, blind, amputee, paraplegic. It’s a really, really strong desire.”
Researchers in Canada are trying to better understand how transabled people think and feel . . .
Most of them are men. About half are in Germany and Switzerland, but he knows of a few in Canada.
Clive Baldwin . . . has interviewed 37 people worldwide who identify as transabled.
Most crave an amputation or paralysis, though he has interviewed one person who wants his penis removed. Another wants to be blind.
Many people, like One Hand Jason, arrange “accidents” to help achieve the goal. One dropped an incredibly heavy concrete block on his legs — an attempt to injure himself so bad an amputation would be necessary. But doctors saved the leg. He limps, but it’s not the disability he wanted.
Mike: You think there might have been a little intervention there. You’re going to pay for that, pal. You do not desecrate my work.
Simpson: Mike, this is beyond me. I don’t even know what to say about it. It’s unfathomable.
The transabled are very secretive and often keep their desires to themselves, Baldwin says. One 78-year-old man told Baldwin he’d lived with the secret for 60 years and never told his wife.
Some of his study participants do draw parallels to the experience many transgender people express . . .
Mike: As I told you yesterday, folks, transgender is not the end. Now we’re at transabled. Very soon there will be another trans. Pretty soon it’ll be: I want to be transbrained. I don’t even want a body anymore. Can I just operate without the body? Just cut my head off, put me in an iron lung or some sort and just keep me alive.
Simpson: I’m not sure what the next one could be. You’re making me really curious, not really that curious. I don’t want to see it, by the way. No one go out and try to one-up this guy.
An image of the front of “HYPATIA” where the article on transability appeared.
In the late 1990s, Scottish surgeon Dr. Robert Smith amputated the legs of two patients at their request. While the surgery involved National Health Service staff, each patient paid nearly $6,000 for their procedures.
As the public begins to embrace people who identify as transgender, the trans people within the disability movement . . .
Mike: Now disability is a movement? But don’t worry, we’re going to elect some Republicans. That’s going to fix it.
Simpson: But there’s a fight. There’s a fight in the movement, Mike. If you read a little further down, apparently the transgendered are mad at the transabled because they’re trying to steal resources from the community. You can’t get the federal money, we have to get the federal money.
Transability is also known as Body Integrity Identity Disorder, [Mike: At least they put the term disorder in it.] which was only just added to the “emerging measures and models” appendix section of the DSM-5 in 2013. Many transabled people want to see it fully added to the psychiatric bible because it might legitimize their experience in the field of medicine, Baril notes.
Simpson: I think that word is interesting, “psychiatric bible.” Now we have a holy book of psychiatry, right? That’s an interesting misuse of the word.
Mike: So we have transgendered and now transabled. What all these things and what homosexuality and the rampant promotion of it, lesbianism, homosexuality, abortion, what they all have in common is an assault on creation itself.
Simpson: You can stay in the natural order. We used to talk about natural law and the natural order. You bring in the purpose and the end of things. Is the end of our body to be abled or disabled? Clearly it’s to be abled and do work. It happens that some people are disabled on occasion. That’s a misfortune. That’s not a fortunate thing; that’s a misfortunate thing. Again, at this point, the language is beginning to fail. We’re becoming so idiotic that we’re not even going to use words anymore to convey thoughts because every word is –
Mike: We’re becoming Babel.
Simpson: Right. It’s ripe with what? Political connotations, supposedly sexual attacks. We’re not going to be able to use words anymore. We’re all going to sit and stare at each other with guns in our hands.
Mike: We can stay in the natural plane, but I’ll offer you part of the supernatural explanation for this. Man was created by God for a purpose and that is happiness. If we look at the end, and the end is entrance through the narrow gate to get to eternity, on the good, bright side of it with God, to see the beatific vision, then this is the purpose that God created man for. If you start cutting your limbs off and you find out that you can’t un-create yourself, and then you’re stuck with the other three limbs and all the rest of the body, you’re not going to find happiness in that. You’re not pursuing the end. You’re trying to avoid the end or undo the end.
It should go without saying, which means of course we have to say it, that he who pursues, promotes, and tries to bring about the end or the reversal of creation, and certainly never allowing man to reach his ultimate end, which is happiness at the good end of the end, of eternity, is behind all this.
Simpson: It came to mind as you were saying that, my mother used to have all these adages like “misery loves company.” These people are intentionally making themselves in misery. I guess they would claim that’s not misery for them. So now we don’t know what misery means. We don’t know what happiness means.
Mike: Misery to one person may be pleasure to another.
Simpson: Right. So that’s where we get into a complete subjectivist approach to all things. It looks like they are trying to achieve a unified, universal misery. That’s an interesting observation. Aristotle all the way back to the pagans, they said they were all trying to seek happiness ultimately.
Mike: Even the pagans knew this. The pagans knew there was a supernatural order.
Simpson: They did. They could even divine on the natural plane that we were seeking happiness. We seek all things for other things. If somebody says they want money, why? Because if I have money I can buy the things I want. Why do you want the things you want? Well, if I have the things I want then . . . . You go through that process and keep asking what the end in mind is. There’s only one that there’s no further end beyond and that’s happiness. You keep asking, asking, asking, and finally the person goes: Because that would make me happy. You don’t ask: Why would you want to be happy? It was an obvious, foregone conclusion. You want to be happy because everyone wants to be happy. That’s where Aristotle came to that conclusion. Now we’re shooting for the opposite end of the spectrum.
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