The North Face unleashes trans-pushing commercial with adult drag queen demanding that children “come out!”

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(Natural News) The latest multinational corporation to embrace the bizarre trend of “woke” transgenderism is The North Face, an outdoor gear company that just released a poorly made advertisement featuring a loud-mouthed “drag queen” telling children to just “come out!” already.

In eager anticipation of the upcoming LGBTQIA2s+ Pride Month festivities, which every year takes over the month of June, The North Face released the following ad (WARNING: Viewer discretion is advised):

“Hi, it’s me, Pattie Gonia, a real-life homosexual,” the drag queen in the ad mockingly states, calling “herself” a play on words for Patagonia, a popular outdoor gear brand.

“We are here to invite you to come out … in nature with us,” Pattie Gonia screams while standing in a wooded area. “We like to call this little tour the Summer of Pride. This tour has everything: hiking, community, art, lesbians, lesbians making art.”

(Related: Remember back in late 2020 when The North Face refused to fulfill a large corporate order because the company that placed it works with earth-based “fossil” fuels?)

The North Face says LGBT pride gear is how the company honors and worships “Mother Nature”

The rest of the ad goes on to feature Pattie Gonia revealing that last year, The North Face “gay sashayed across the nation and celebrated pride with hundreds of you.”

“This year we’re back, back, back again with two new stops: Atlanta, GA … y? Because you’re there. And Salt Lake City, we’re coming for you.”


The other locations The North Face plans to hit up in its quest to compel as many children as possible to “come out” include Portland, Denver, Columbus, OH, and San Francisco.

The drag queen in last year’s Summer of Pride ad – yes, this has happened before – was wearing a dress shaped like an open tent with a man lying down underneath it. That drag queen said:

“We roar. We heal. We become. Mother Nature guides us to where we need to be – and we dress up to honor her.”

In other words, all that hideous, multi-colored pride gear being pushed on children is a ritualistic form of worship for Mother Nature – or at least that is what it means to the people at The North Face, which are embracing pride without shame.

Customers who attend these North Face Summer of Pride events are encouraged to purchase multi-colored shoes and other company apparel for upwards of hundreds of dollars.

“Why companies feel the need to go woke is uncanny,” one commenter wrote in utter shock at The North Face’s unabashed support for LGBT perversion and child grooming.

“Alienating half of their potential customers is a bold business strategy,” wrote another about this disgusting agenda.

Others could not help but notice that The North Face is pulling another Bud Light hat trick, which is not exactly going so well for Anheuser-Busch. The question is: will The North Face survive the backlash?

“It’s as though all of these corporations are floating very slowly down a river towards a waterfall with jagged rocks at the bottom,” another person wrote. “Each watching the one before fall very slowly to their demise … yet they all have plenty of time to simply paddle to the side.”

And finally, there were numerous comments from former North Face customers who indicated that they will no longer be purchasing the company’s overpriced outdoor wear or gear, which is easily substituted for much better and less expensive items from its competitors.

The trans-ification of America is clearly being propelled in large part by big corporations such as North Face. To learn more, visit

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How to Counter a Communist Takeover: Unrestricted Warfare With Investigator Brian O’Shea

“How would I destroy America if I were America’s enemy?”

“How would I destroy America if I were America’s enemy?” hypothesized investigator and combat expert Brian O’Shea.

“I might look at Operation Desert Storm and Desert Shield and say, wow, 42, 48 days — perfect war. We can’t fight these Americans kinetically, traditionally. So then I backed up and say, but how could I fight them? I might look beyond that and say, look at what the sanctions did to Iraq. Look at what the non-kinetic means of warfare did to Iraq. Financial damage, embargoes, you name it, brought them to their knees.”

So essentially, as Mr. O’Shea detailed, you don’t want to attack a superpower head-on; you want to weaken them from within.

How would you do that?

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There seem to be innumerable ways. But here are a number of them, as outlined by Mr. O’Shea:

1.) Technology transfer – “stealing their technology and using it against them.”

2.) Fabrication – “I make their people think I’m so powerful that I can’t be stopped. ‘You should just give up.’”

3.) Narcotics warfare – “I might flood the nation with really bad addictive substances that overwhelm the public health system.”

4.) Resources warfare – “I plunder the natural resources of all these other countries so no one else can have them — so that by 2025, everything has to go through me. I am the supply chain center.”

5.) Economic aid warfare – “I pretend I’m helping other countries, especially the ones that don’t like America. But then what I’m really doing is getting into those countries so I can start dictating to them how to run their countries. I might even hand out vaccines to do that — or masks.”

6.) Regulatory warfare – “I get my hands on some elected politicians and get them to start changing laws to favor me — to weaken the country from within.”

7.) Cultural warfare – “I convince a youth through, oh, let’s just try to imagine something, a video app [TikTok] that they all get addicted to, and I change their culture so they start favoring another culture or don’t even realize what their own culture is — almost like a fentanyl for the online world.”

8.) International lawfare – “I find some governing body that can get through the boundaries of all these other countries and start dictating to those people, regardless of their constitution or their sovereignty — how it’s going to be. [Do] you know why? Because there’s an emergency.”

“I could go on and on and on,” O’Shea shared. And all those tactics “might sound familiar to you.”

All of those things I just read off were written in 1999 by two Chinese colonels in a publication called Unrestricted Warfare, O’Shea revealed.

That text is the basis and the core of Chinese military strategy strategically and tactically exercised today. And it’s happening right now. We can see it. And when you start looking at all the little pieces in conjunction, it starts to make sense to you,” remarked O’Shea.

“And I would say this began long before the pandemic,” he attested. I’m going back to 2003 when jobs started going off to China.”

But America is an especially-tough country to topple.

Why? Because it is largely decentralized.

“All these other countries that fell, they were pretty easy. They had a central government. This America, it’s like 50 countries,” explained Mr. O’Shea. And when you go beyond the state level, there are these jurisdictions called counties — and they have their own sovereignty as well.

So how do your subvert that? “Community warfare,” answered Mr. O’Shea. “[The] best way to break that up: lock people down — keep people from meeting.”

But then there’s a layer beneath that: churches, mosques, temples, and synagogues. “And so I’m going to want to start breaking those up. So I’m going to do 27 to 35 peer-reviewed studies at the NIH to say why it’s dangerous, these churches, what they’re doing is so dangerous to the public health.”

And if you can get through the church, you reach the ultimate goal: subverting the family unit.

“Now, there’s precedent for this,” shared. Mr. O’Shea.

“In the 1950s and 60s in China, under Mao, the family became secondary to the state. And we see that everywhere. Mom and Dad don’t matter; disrespect them. These might seem like things that have nothing to do with military strategy, but they are,” he explained.

“They say that the God of war has many faces. So the first rule of unrestricted warfare is there are no rules. Anything goes, and everything is a battlefield, including infiltrating churches, infiltrating families, getting in there, and breaking them up. Because once you break up communities, you’ve got us. Then things fall apart. And the way they work is they attack from the bottom up. The way the CCP gets into countries is at the county, at the town level.”

So how do we fend off this attack?

“It’s pretty easy,” conveyed Mr. O’Shea. Focus on the three F’s: friends, family, and faith.

Friends – “If you’re going to fight someone who’s trying to break up your community, start with your friends. Keep a lookout in the community. What’s going on? Nothing is innocuous. We got this far. Some bad people in this country were able to gain so much power because we’re all pretty nice people. They’ll say, well, it’s just a tree. I guess they can cordon that off and do some experiments on it. Or they’re just doing their own lifestyle living. Let’s let that go. But they grow, and they grow, and they grow. And so, you have to keep an eye on that stuff. And then legally, stop it, question it — make it hard to do. And nothing is too small.”

• Family – “My lovely wife [Dr. Naomi Wolf] forced me and my son to have dinner at the table. We’re like, *exhale* let’s just watch some TV. Come on. And then she forced him to be very, very polite,” shared O’Shea. “And it was worth it,” he expressed, “because he now has a sense of the importance of family, the importance of manners, the importance of ethics and values. And those are our islands right there, those kids.”

Faith – “And we have to grow them up in having values, believing in something, something good, believing in God, I believe.”

“And so, that way, they have a compass,” he emphasized, “because the way you wreck a country and take it over is you take away people’s vision of their path to home. If they don’t know how to get home, they will give up. But if they can see home, and Sun Tzu said this — they’ll fight to the death.”

• One other tip, investigate everything – “If you’ve ever heard the case of Kitty Genovese, the girl who got murdered in the courtyard at her apartment while a bunch of people watched. That happened because everyone else thought someone else would call the cops. No one’s calling the cops. You are the cops now. And so what I’m saying is investigate everything, fight it, and collaborate.”

Now is the time to strengthen our relationships with friends, family, and God — because we are approaching two major waypoints.

1.) 2025, Made in China – “That’s when China will own the entire supply chain of the world. If they have Taiwan, and if they have control of all the semiprecious minerals to make semiconductors. One of the biggest stores of those minerals is in Afghanistan, where they are today mining them. The other one, Tibet,” detailed O’Shea.

2.) The China Dream, 2049. The 100th anniversary of the Chinese Communist Party – The goal is that they rule the world. Don’t believe it? “This is something they have said,” stressed O’Shea. “It’s our own translators that say, yeah, they said they want to smite us from the Earth. But we don’t believe them. They’re funny that way. “No, they’re not,” attested O’Shea. “They’re very serious, and they’re not hiding it.”

So, again, friends, family, faith, and building like-minded communities are key.

“Because the biggest nightmare of any enemy attacking this country is the fact that there’s a bunch of communities that govern themselves and don’t want anyone telling them what to do. And once they link up with other like communities, it’s unstoppable. And they know that.”

For more insights from investigator Brian O’Shea, you can find his work on Substack:

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Good News on this Day in History – May 25


45 years ago today, the Chinese government announced the end of a decades-long ban on the works of William Shakespeare, effectively ending the Cultural Revolution—the most destructive socio-political movement in history. Despite Mao Zedong’s ban on the Bard, Shakespeare has been beloved by the Chinese ever since the late 19th century. His plays have been interpreted strictly as philosophy as well as drama, and reproductions of his stories under the backdrop of China have appeared, like Akira Kurasawa did for Samurai films, in Chinese martial arts cinema. READ more about China’s love affair with the bard… (1971)

Zhu Shenghao’s translations of Shakespeare –

Zhu Shenghao (1912-1944) was a Shakespearian scholar in China, who, despite living his whole live in poverty and illness, translated 31 of Shakespeare’s works into Mandarin. His manuscripts were destroyed twice in the Sino-Japanese War. But he remade them all after arriving in Taiwan.

Shakespeare was always in a curious state of limbo following the communist takeover. On the one hand, Karl Marx revered Shakespeare, and so originally the Maoists disseminated his works throughout the country. But overtime the belief that only a strong Chinese culture could counter malign foreign influences saw Mao ban the plays, which were said to be selling like fresh buns the morning before the ban was to be enacted.

This year, with cooperation and assistance from the Shakespeare Birth Trust of Stratford-upon-Avon, a 1:1 scale model of the house in which the bard was born, and the one where he probably died, will be finished in the city of Fuzhou which recently decided by government edict it was to be the Shakespearean heart of all China.

MORE Good News on this Day:

  • Delegates convened a Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia to write a new Constitution for the United States, with George Washington presiding (1787)
  • Paul Weller, the British singer-songwriter who shot to fame as a member of the The Jam and Style Council (try the jazzy Cafe Bleu) from the 70s and 80s, was born (1958)
  • The Organization of African Unity was established in Ethiopia giving 32 nations a united voice for the first time in Africa’s history (1963)
  • Erik Weihenmayer, 32, of Boulder, Colorado, became the first blind person to reach the summit of Mount Everest (2001)
  • Wonder Woman, starring Gal Gadot and Chris Pine, premiered in Los Angeles, the first superhero film directed by a woman—Patty Jenkins (2017)

And, 45 years ago today, Star Wars, the film that heralded a new era of special effects for fantasy-adventure movies, was released. Created by George Lucas, the Star Wars franchise became a worldwide pop culture phenomenon through the merchandising of charismatic saga.  The film was nominated for 11 Academy Awards and won 7, including Best Original Score, by John Williams. Oscar nods included: Alec Guinness nominated for Actor in a Supporting Role, George Lucas for Director; other nominations for Makeup; Sound Editing; Screenplay; and Best Picture. The film won the award for: Art Direction-Set Decoration, Costume Design, Film Editing, Sound (Mixing), Visual Effects, and a Special Achievement Award for its Alien, Creature and Robot Voices. (1977)

And, 87 years ago today, in the waning days of his career, a 40-year-old Babe Ruth had been dragging down his team with lousy fielding, sluggish running, and spotty hitting. This day, however, he hit three monster home runs in a single game. The next week he retired.


He proved himself the ‘Sultan of Swat‘ when he hit a ball so perfectly it soared over the mammoth right-field roof of Forbes Field, a feat no one else had ever achieved — a “prodigious drive” estimated at more than 500 feet. It was his last home run. It topped his lifetime tally at 714 and set a baseball record that stood for 39 years. (1935)

Also on this day, 69 years ago, the first public television station in the U.S. officially began broadcasting as KUHT from the campus of the University of Houston in Texas.

Established by Dr. John C. Schwarzwalder, a professor in the Radio-Television Department, it was the first station to broadcast under an educational non-profit license in the country. As an NET member station (National Educational Television), which eventually merged into PBS, the station offered televised college credit classes. Running 15 hours weekly, most courses aired at night to serve students who worked during the day. (1953)

87 years ago today, a black college athlete at Ohio State University set three world records and tied another in “the greatest 45 minutes ever in sports.” At the Big Ten Track and Field Championships in Ann Arbor, Michigan, Jesse Owens ran and jumped into track and field immortality by equaling the world record for the 100-yard dash, and breaking the records in the 220-yard sprint, the 220-yard low hurdles, and the long jump (with a length unmatched for a quarter century).

Owens, the Alabama native who became a four-time gold medalist the following year at the Olympic Games—beating Hitler’s best track stars in Berlin—is often ranked one of the greatest athletes of the 20th century. WATCH a short clip to see why no one could duplicate his feat today… (1935)

And, this 1-minute clip, from the same documentary…

And, on this day in 1969, Midnight Cowboy premiered in theaters, starring Jon Voight and Dustin Hoffman. It won a plethora of awards including Academy Awards for Best Picture, Best Director (John Schlesinger), and Best Adapted Screenplay. The depressing plot centers around a Texan ‘cowboy’ who travels to New York City and ends up homeless with an ailing con man (Hoffman) teaching him the how to become a hustler.

(You might have heard a pedestrian call out in a Bronx accent if a car gets in their way, the now-famous expression from the movie, “Hey, I’m walkin’, here!”)

Midnight Cowboy, notable as the only X-rated film ever to win the Best Picture Oscar, is often listed in the top 100 greatest films of all time. Fred Neil’s theme song Everybody’s Talkin’ won a Grammy Award for vocalist Harry Nilsson. WATCH the trailer…

61 years ago today, President John F. Kennedy announced before a special joint session of the U.S. Congress his goal to initiate a project “to put a man on the Moon”—and return him safely to Earth—before the end of the decade.

NASA was ramped-up with funding to launch the Apollo program, and Kennedy’s goal was achieved months before the deadline, on July 20, 1969, when Neil Armstrong stepped down into the lunar dirt. Though the Democratic president never lived to see the historic moon landing, because he was assassinated two years later, Kennedy’s leadership and long-term vision changed NASA in fundamental, enduring ways.

WATCH his famous answer to ‘why go to the moon?’… (1961)

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