Troubling ‘arm trans kids’ banner flaunted by activists as fury against ‘Let Women Speak’ rallies ramp up

Militant transgender activists ratcheted up their rhetoric in protest of a Let Women Speak rally with an apparent call to violence from children.

After years of idly standing by as rainbow causes permeated society, typically in seemingly innocuous ways, lines have increasingly been crossed as women’s spaces have been violated and the innocence of youth has been stolen. Since alphabet activists have proven that they can’t even tolerate a decades-old joke about transgenderism, like the Loretta scene in “The Life of Brian,” it’s no surprise that women seeking to protect their rights would be met by threats from the gender dysphoric and their ilk.

Sunday in London’s Hyde Park, Standing for Women founder Kellie-Jay Keen hosted her latest Let Women Speak event only to be met by so-called “trans rights activists” who allegedly made threats against the women’s rally. Along with shouts of “Fascist scum, off our streets,” signs were displayed that read, “TERFS (trans-exclusionary radical feminists) off our turf” and the more concerning “ARM TRANS KIDS.”

Included with the message were images of a popular doll house and ride-on car for children with the addition of weaponry poking out.

Metropolitan Police confirmed to The Telegraph that at least three arrests had been made amid an ongoing investigation and a spokesperson had said, “Police are present and engaging with multiple protest groups at Hyde Park, and a proportionate policing plan is in place.”

This included a slew of police vans parked nearby as seen in a post by a women’s rights campaigner who tagged London’s tourism account and noted, “police vans lined up to protect women’s right to free speech. One for your tourist brochure.”

Independent journalist Andy Ngô shared video that purported to show a member of Antifa, dubbed “Trantifa” as it related to this incident, attacking a participant of the Let Women Speak Rally before police interceded, tackling several individuals and handcuffing them.

While authorities appeared to have this event under control, the same could not be said for a similar rally held in Auckland, New Zealand in March that saw women physically assaulted by protesters, dubbed “rainbow jihadists,” including Keen.

Despite denials from organizations like Auckland Pride that said, “We also reject that there was any further physical threat from our community towards [Keen]. This is a baseless rumour that is being perpetrated by those who feel defeated by the events of today. We urge the media not to repeat these allegations without evidence.”

Having became one of the leading voices in defense of women’s rights, best-selling author J.K. Rowling spoke out against the claims by the activist group and tweeted at the time, “There are multiple videos of Kellie-Jay being assaulted. Women have become used to lies, threats of violence and outright denial of reality, but if you imagine anyone feels ‘defeated’, think again. Your men’s rights activists showed the world exactly who they are.”


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