Here on Finland for Thought, we like to discuss how heavily Finns rely on the nanny-state government. It dictates how much Finns should pay for such things as alcohol and cars, and it even sees fit to publicize their personal financial information against their individual consent. Unflinchingly, Finns acquiesce to its parental guiding hand. Now, that same guiding hand is telling Finnish parents that they aren’t capable of making the right decisions, and that their decisions are leading to unfairness in society. More specifically, the issue centers around gender identity. So, the newly elected government has dispatched an expert in protecting us, members of society, from our own seething morass. His name is Stefan Wallin. Perhaps he’s from Sweden; how appropriate for such a social engineering task.
His clarion call is for ‘men’ to start taking over the role which nature has so perfectly ascribed to mothers. I was very curious about how this ‘expert’ arrived at such an oddball strategy that seems so contrary to human behavior. After all, he must know something that has mysteriously eluded the evolution of our species for millions of years. So, I researched the topic and found this….
Wow! Until now, I always assumed that humans were formed in the binary sense. That is, men are men, and women are women. But now I see that life isn’t so simple. Aberrations are bound to exist, and there’s a whole range of gender identities with their respective behavioral traits to consider. Fine, I can accept that. And I think we should avoid discriminating against- or treating with disdain- those with gender identity issues. Apparently, these matters are decided well in advance, before we are born.
Although we might surmise that those who support government initiatives to correct such perceived inequities would like to see their own gender identity issues legitimized, I wonÃ¢â‚¬â„¢t speculate on any possible gender identity issues concerning our Swede, Mr. Wallin. I’ll leave that for you, the reader, to decide. And I will assume that he only aims to help those who have such issues. However, despite his
good bizarre intentions, I must ask him kindly: In light of exorbitant consumer prices, low purchasing power and ultra-high taxation in Finland, PLEASE don’t add insult to injury by using our hard-earned tax money to fund your SOCIAL ENGINEERING schemes!