Are we still talking about Donald Trump, one of Bolsonaro’s extreme right-wing allies wishing to bring back respective Americas’ patriotism? Both share parallel viewpoints. I even watched the beginning of a pod between Russel Brand and Carlson Tucker, fairly new on the air which has become an advertising platform to sell gold.
Carlson firmly believes Trump is right! The USA shouldn’t be sending money to help Ukraine in its plight to protect its nation. Is he serious? Trump’s radical views are for everyone, but like Bolsonaro he likes to tell it the way he sees it and sheep supporters are part of his flock. As long as there’s conflict, he will blow his trumpet to get onto the world’s stage like he’s auditioning for a blockbuster film. Alas, his radical views leave many ashamed to have initially believed he was presidential material.
Then we have transgender supporters who believe there should be an equal opportunity for biological men who think they are women to share changing facilities in schools. Boards and management going along with this idea have got around it by making locker rooms unisex. However, the majority of women, who were never consulted about it in the first place, feel very uncomfortable, especially if a young pervert were to enter innocently and then inconspicuously snap shots of knicker shots to wet him and his pal’s tastebuds.
Then there are movements to allow gender benders their identity turning point to participate in other sex sporting events, and get the upper hand because of their genetics, as in the case of biological males who have unsuccessfully competed in male groups, and then opted to go the other way to take advantage against the weaker sex. Strange times we live in to permit such activity. England eventually came to its senses by banning it from competitions.
People can be who they wish, however, to change society drastically is an infringement that calls for due diligence because it’s also extreme and gets under people’s skin.
Have a terrific day!
Prof. Carl Boniface
Sheep (n) = is a lamb, ram, ewe. 1. a domesticated ruminant animal with a thick woolly coat and (typically only in the male) curving horns. It is kept in flocks for its wool or meat, and is proverbial for its tendency to follow others in the flock. 2. a person who is too easily influenced or led. "The party members had become sheep, and she refused to be taken in."
Knickers (n) = loose-fitting short pants gathered at the knee. 2. chiefly British: women’s underpants.
Taste bud = (n) = any of the clusters of bulbous nerve endings on the tongue and in the lining of the mouth which provide the sense of taste.
"He'll tantalize your taste buds with his imaginative pizzas."
Infringement (n) = breach, violation, infraction, encroachment, transgression
Diligence (n) = meticulousness, conscientiousness, assiduousness, carefulness, (ant) carelessness
Under people’s skin (idiom) = to irritate or upset someone