2021-10-22 12:50:50 UTC
worried about gender pronouns"
"Last week, the State Department learned that twice this summer China
had tested a new hypersonic missile weapon with nuclear capabilities.
According to the Financial Times, the rocket employed a fractional
orbital bombardment that also had the guidance ability to glide
around the earth in orbit.
The test reportedly stunned the Biden administration, and comes on
the heels of a string of embarrassing global events for the US,
including the fall of Afghanistan and Russia opting not to raise
natural gas supplies to Europe after the completion of the Nord
Stream 2 pipeline. Secretary of State Tony Blinken reacted with a
series of deeply concerned letters. The State Department had once
again been caught flat-footed.
But fear not: Blinken has his priorities straight. This week, his
State Department responded forcefully and with great clarity to its
adversaries and hostile foreign regimes around the world: by
recognizing International Pronouns Day. The agency stands in
solidarity with people who list pronouns on their email and social
media profiles through ShareAmerica, the departments platform for
communicating American foreign policy worldwide.
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The State Departments blog brags that the White House also debuted
a website contact form with gender-neutral pronouns and the non-
binary prefix Mx. And the Department of State announced June 30
that US passport forms will allow applicants to choose male or female
gender, regardless of what their other documents indicate, and will
eventually include an option for non-binary, intersex and gender-
nonconforming people. Neat!
This odd behavior from the State Department seems to confirm that the
Biden administration is more interested in the whims of Twitter users
than in diplomacy. These little acts may seem harmless, but they
demonstrate how our government prefers to emphasize performative
wokeness than to confront the growing threats against our country.
They make America seem weak and there are consequences to that.
Remember how, during the Afghanistan debacle, Blinken and Biden
reserved their harshest words for the governor of Florida, while
attempting to remind the newly installed Taliban about inclusivity
and womens rights? The Taliban just beheaded a female volleyball
coach and is still keeping girls out of school.
China does not give its new hypersonic weapons pronouns. Vladimir
Putin is not concerned about gender-neutral bathrooms at the United
Nations. The Taliban cares not about equitable hiring practices. Why
does our State Department?
When China eventually moves on Taiwan, the Biden administration will
sit back and wonder how it all happened, just as Russia moved on
Ukraine without repercussions. The answer will be staring
them/they/thx right in the face."