Watch: Dangerously based Brazilian politician excoriates the woke agenda for International Women's Day
Behold Nikolas Ferreira, an uber-based Brazilian politician who decided to take a stand against the trans idealogues on International Women's Day. Ferreira took to Congress donning a blonde wig and announced that, at that moment, he identified as a woman named Congressman Nicole. And it only got better from there.
"Women are losing their space for men who feel like women. And so you can have an idea of how dangerous that is. You can ask, what is the danger of that Mrs. Nicole? I will answer, they want to impose a reality that is not real."
And that is really what this all comes down to. It is not kind to encourage the delusions of transgenderism. Ultimately, even though it's much harder, the correct and charitable thing to do is always to tell the truth. Even when it offends people.
He continued, "This is, in fact, an imposition. You agree with what they're saying, otherwise, you are transphobic, homophobic, and prejudiced. And I'm not here defending myself, my freedom. I am here so I can defend your freedom. The freedom, for example, of a father refusing to allow a 6.5 foot man, a grown-up, to enter the same restroom as his daughter without being considered a transphobe."
He then listed out examples of women being replaced by biological men in things like sports, modeling campaigns, and the recent Hershey's ad. He concluded, "Now I'm going to take it [the wig] off because I'm gender fluid, and then I'm back to being Nikolas, a man, to say: Women, you owe nothing to feminism. On the contrary, feminism exalts women who did nothing for women."
And hilariously, he is now being attacked as a "transphobe" for this speech. Just like he said would happen. Federal Deputy Erika Hilton submitted a request to the Federal Supreme Court to adopt "precautionary measures" against Ferreira for "for transphobic statements in the Chamber of Deputies and on social networks."
Hilton wrote, "It is evident that Deputy Nikolas Ferreira, in addition to maintaining constant criminal activity by spreading false news, transphobia and incitement to transphobia across all of his social networks, is still intentionally taking advantage of criminal practice."
Homophobia and transphobia are literally crimes in Brazil, with the penalties ranging from one to three years in prison. So Ferreria could be in some trouble. Can we start a petition to bring him to the United States? Seriously. He's more based than probably about 85% of "conservatives" in our federal government right now. We could use his help.