In an effort to end appalling sexism, bigotry and inequality, two peak global electrical bodies have announced that they are putting an end to discriminatory male and female electrical connections. This courageous and long overdue move has just been announced throughout the global media.
The International Electrical Association (IEA) and the Electrical Engineering Control Kabal (EECK) have taken the unprecedented step of jointly issuing a public denunciation of such sexist, racist and outdated practices. In their joint statement they said this in part:
While in the past such hate-filled and discriminatory practices were allowed to continue, we no longer live in those dark and dangerous times. In our progressive and enlightened era, we know how hurtful and bigoted it is to insist that electrical plugs be labelled as being either male or female.
Not only do we now understand that there are far more possibilities than just male and female, but how dare we assume the identity of any of these poor plugs, outlets, and so on. That sort of narrow-minded prejudice and intolerance must stop now. It may once have been allowed, but it will no longer be given a free run from here on in.
All these damaging, hurtful and discriminatory practices will from henceforth be prohibited worldwide, and electrical connection police will be out in force, looking for any violations of the new legislation. Those caught continuing with these old and discredited practices will face the full weight of the law.
The declaration went on to say this:
Numerous male plugs who identify as female – or something else – have long experienced the pain of such narrow-minded bigotry and insensitivity. And countless female plugs have endured centuries of oppression and hate. From now on they will decide for themselves what sort of end they will be, and no one will be able to put them in their narrow little pigeonhole. This is indeed a day of fantastic liberation and tremendous excitement.
This global declaration – issued in 113 languages and beamed around the world by the global media – was instantly affirmed and ratified by the UN. A new, special office of the UN was also created to monitor all this, assuring that complete compliance will be the order of the day. Any recaltitrants will be swiftly and harshly dealt with.
And in some breaking news, the World Hose Manufacturing Association (WHMA), in association with the Plumbers United Against Discrimination (PUAD) and the Plumber’s Union of Kosher Endings (PUKE) have also come out on this, saying that from now on there will be no more male and female hose fittings, nozzles and the like.
The CEOs of these three bodies issued a joint statement saying that this day was “long coming, and the days of discriminatory and bigoted hoses have at last come to an end. We now will celebrate the liberation of all hoses and plumbing fittings and connections, bringing us in line with progressive values and principles throughout the world.”
Um, hopefully it is obvious that everything said above was a bit of satire and a bit of humour. Whether it brought any laughs – or just tears – is another matter. But of course the thing about satire is that it comes so very close to the truth. Really good satire can often be quite difficult to distinguish from reality.
But such is the world that we now live in with reality itself under attack, that half the time we read a news headline we have to ask if it is real or just satire. And we all know that a major war has been declared on sex, on male and female, on family, on marriage, on biology, and on reality itself.
The sheer madness of it all would be utterly laughable if it were not so serious. I have now penned many hundreds of articles on radical feminism, the androgyny movement, the homosexual lobby, and the loony trans agenda. Every day it seems to get worse, and each new headline looks like another piece straight out of a satire site.
So if you open the papers tomorrow and find a declaration has been made to ban male and female electrical or plumbing ends, don’t laugh – it just might be real. Indeed, I really do not doubt that someone somewhere has already seriously proposed such things.
We live in times of great moonbattery, and unless something intervenes and quick, it will get worse and worse until we come to the end of the West. Lord have mercy.
Oh, and as I was just about to post this on my website, an email with this headline just popped into my inbox: “California state senator bans use of ‘he’ and ‘she’ during committee hearings.” And no, it was not from a satire site.