The world has moved well past the “seventh sign”.
A certified moron was placed into the office of the presidency. That’s a sign. And his narcissistic wife may actually be running the country. But if not her, then perhaps it’s his crackhead son.
Consider that in the last decade, crackheads and gold-diggers are the new standard of excellence in America, and you understand how to read the tea leaves.
Today, up is down and down is up. Right is wrong and wrong is right. Illegal immigration trumps legal immigration. Ironically, you can sneak fruit through our legal immigration system, but you can carry a bazooka across our Southern border without notice. The legal immigration system pretty much ensures that immigrants are not exploited. The illegal Leftist-condoned system creates veritable sex slaves, along with a host of other unthinkable crimes.
The signs are all around us for “end of days”. In this most recent example of playing with God’s work, a transgender woman was crowned as the Miss Universe Netherlands’ winner over the weekend.
Rikkie Valerie Kolle beat out Nathalie Mogbelzada to claim the competition’s top prize.
According to TMZ, the 22-year-old from Breda became the first transgender woman to win the competition in her country.
She will be the second transgender person to compete at the Miss Universe pageant later this year in El Salvador, following in the footsteps of Spain’s Angela Ponce who did so in 2018.
“It’s unreal but I get to call myself Miss Netherlands 2023,” Ms. Kolle wrote Sunday on Instagram.
“I’m so proud and happy I can’t even describe it. Making my community proud and showing it can be done. And yes I’m trans and I want to share my story but I’m also Rikkie and that’s what matters to me. Did this on my own and loved every moment of it,” she continued.
Its worth noting the new owner of the Miss Universe pageant — Anne Jakrajutatip — is transgender as well.
So much to unravel here.
The most obvious point? The Miss Universe Pageant is no longer as its name describes and has become the Miss Trans Universe Pageant. Or perhaps we should say the Miss Trans Universe Drag Show.
I foresee many young biological women opting out of this pageant soon. Because for all intents, the men playing women in this pageant equate to Canada’s Ben Johnson who doped to win the hundred-meter dash in the 1988 Olympics. Whatever happened to the old idea that “cheaters never win, and winners never cheat”? Clearly, like most wholesome values of the past, the concept seems forgotten.