Canada: Fat Jew “Wax My Balls” Tranny Sues Pro-Family Group for $15K for Not Calling Him a Woman

Pomidor Quixote
Daily Stormer
March 21, 2020

Jonathan Yaniv

The fact that mentally ill creatures such as Jonathan Yaniv can even try to sue people tells you enough about the dire situation of the West.

Lifesite:

Transgender activist Jonathan “Jessica” Yaniv is suing a well known British Columbia parents’ rights advocate for $15,000 for allegedly spreading hate against him by referring to him with male pronouns.

Yaniv filed his suit against Kari Simpson of CultureGuard, a group that battles the Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity (SOGI) curriculum in the schools, on March 17 at a small claims court in Langley, British Columbia.

“Kari Simpson is exhibiting hatered [sic] and spreading that hate over social media due to me being transgender[.] … She also purposely uses the wrong pronouns in an effort to hurt, and spread hate towards me, referring to me, a female, as ‘he/him/his,’” he wrote.

Using the wrong pronouns towards a transgender individuals is a hate crime. Purposefully using the wrong pronouns constitutes discrimination and criminal harassment.”

What Yaniv is saying is that reality hurts him.

Transgenders are hurt when people refuse to go along with their delusions.

For her part, Simpson says she’s ready to take on Yaniv, who gained international notoriety for the human rights complaints he filed last year against at least 16 beauticians for refusing to wax his male genitals, as well as for his widely disseminated online social media messages that reveal a disturbing sexual interest in young girls.

“I’m delighted at the invitation that Yaniv has provided me with into the court system to once and for all determine whether or not people have the right to deal in reality versus delusion, and whether the court will order people to lie,” Simpson told LifeSiteNews.

I will protect Yaniv’s position to dress up like a woman, put lipstick on, but where his delusion ends is where my reality begins,” she added.

“He is not a woman. He should not be accessing women’s washrooms. He is a danger. He is a predator. And he is abusive.”

Yeah, but Kari… you see, there’s this thing called the slippery slope.

“Protecting Yaniv’s position to dress up like a woman” inevitably leads to Yaniv accessing women’s washrooms.

If he says that he’s a woman, then he’s a woman.

This is what women voted for.

Yaniv, a 32-year-old tech writer who runs a website called Trusted Nerd, was most recently in the news when he pleaded guilty March 16 at the Surrey provincial courthouse to possessing a prohibited weapon.

His criminal conviction stemmed from an August 5 incident in which Yaniv brandished and appeared to fire off a Taser during an online debate, prompting a number of people to call the Langley RCMP.  Yaniv was arrested later that night, and in a subsequent search, the RCMP found two stun guns, bear spray, and pepper spray at his residence.

On Monday, B.C. Provincial Court judge Jay Solomon ordered a pre-sentence report, which includes a psychological report, before Yaniv’s scheduled June 1 sentencing. He faces a maximum sentence of six months in jail or a fine of up to $5,000, or both.

Yaniv’s suit against Simpson appears connected to this court appearance, at which he strongly objected to her being present, telling her: “You’re not allowed to be here, b—-!” He then called the Surrey RCMP, which is housed close to the courthouse, and officers showed up, Simpson told LifeSiteNews.

Constable Elenore Sturko, a self-identified member of the LGBT community, told LifeSiteNews that the officers attended because of an alleged “courthouse disturbance” but closed the file after an investigation and that she could not confirm if Yaniv made the complaint because of privacy concerns.

The next day, Yaniv filed his lawsuit against Simpson, claiming in a request to have the filing costs waived that “I have become suicidal due to her level of harassment and her involvement in anti-LGBTQ and anti–SOGI 123 politics. It’s stressful and causing me severe anxiety, and depression.

Yes. Using the wrong pronoun should be considered attempted murder.

After all these years and the whole Jordan Peterson pronoun stuff, everyone knows that people who are misgendered feel an urge to kill themselves.

Simpson has argued previously in a case she filed with the B.C. Law Society that there is no law in Canada — including the Liberal Bill C-16, which added “gender identity” and “gender expression” to the human rights code and the Criminal Code hate speech section — that actually compels people to use particular pronouns.

Yaniv’s lawsuit will “allow us to challenge the gender identity provisions within our human rights legislation once and for all,” she told LifeSiteNews.

We’ll see where this thing goes.

But we kind of already know where it is going.

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