Puzzled by the Guardian embrace of Transgender Ideology and lack of concern for the impact on women’s rights, I decided to have a look. As a lifelong Guardian reader the piece that prompted me to have a look was a campaign to move a ”transgender” prisoner to the female estate.
Marie Dean & Tara Hudson
I wrote a piece on that here 👇 below is a clip detailing the sexual nature of the offences.
Cognitive Capture at the Guardian. The Marie Dean Case
Coverage of Tara Hudson was similarly misleading while a campaign was ongoing to move Tara to the female estate. 👇
The Scott Trust
Following the above coverage I started to have a look at the Guardian Group’s ownership and oversight. This led to the Scott Trust and a bit of digging into the trustees. 👇
Why are the Guardian suddenly so woeful on women’s rights?
The Scott Trust have oversight of the Guardian Group’s editorial policy in the event of any disagreement. They also have hiring and firing control over the Editor.
One of the Trustees also sits on the Paul Hamlyn Foundation. This foundation funds a number of trans-lobby groups including Mermaids.
Thompson Reuters Foundation
For those of you familiar with the Denton’s document you will be aware that the above foundation supported its production. The document is provides to strategic advice on how best to embed Gender Identity Ideology in institutions, the media and the political elite. I wrote about this here:
So, let’s take another look at the People who are trustees for the Scott Trust. 👇
As you can see one of the Trustees, appointed in 2021, also sits on the Thompson Reuters Foundation. She also used to work for twitter.
Open Society Foundations
I am indebted to Julian Vigo for this next section. I had been looking at the funding handed out by the Open Society Foundation. The OS Foundation funds many initiatives which are pro-democracy and many that , at least at a superfical level, appear to be laudable. At the same time they funnel money to organisations which are pro-prostitution and Gender Identity Ideology. Their database, of grantees, is on-line and searchable. This is what came up when I searched the Guardian.
However this was not the end of the story, here is what Julian Vigo uncovered.
Link to Julian Vigo’s article below.
Sure enough you can find an acknowledgment on the Guardian Website. (Link below).
It would be interested to know if anyone else think the Guardian coverage crossed a line in coversge of ”transgender” issues in the run up to the consultancy on the Gender Recognition Act.
Here are some other foundations funding content at the Guardian.
Revolving door in the Charity Sector.
Just as an aside the other way this ideology gets embedded is the revolving door between posts in the Charity Sector. This is Nancy Kelley’s CV; MIND, Joseph Rowntree Foundation, Refugee Council and Barnados.
Also Joseph Rowntree Foundation. Stonewall Champion.
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Researching Gender Identity Ideology and it’s detriments.
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Thank you very much for helping me to make sense of what happened at the Guardian.