Updated: Oct 8
In 2017, Jon Stryker, heir to Stryker Medical corporation, a corporation worth nearly 15 billion dollars, funded his LGBT NGO, Arcus Foundation, with 30 million dollars from his corporate stocks, consistent with his giving in previous years. Overall, he has personally funded his LGBT NGO half a billion dollars.
With gay marriage and many successful supreme court rulings being secured for LGB individual’s rights, in many western cultures, the focus of modern LGBT NGOs, like Arcus Foundation, has shifted. The new LGB + "social justice movement" has centered on depathologizing body dissociation and creating profitable medical identities via a burgeoning new gender industry. The projected market growth for amputations of healthy sex organs & medically constructed faux sex organs is being reported at anywhere between 1.5 billion to 200 billion dollars, depending on who is doing the reporting,
The human body is being commoditized into parts for sale: “Based on body parts, the Male to Female 'transition' surgeries are classified into genital, facial, and breast surgeries. The genital surgery segment is further categorized into vaginoplasty, orchiectomy, and phallectomy,” writes one blogger for Cosmetic Surgery Reviews. What is driving the booming market, according to Expert Market Research analysis, can be attributed to the rise in the health insurance policies for sex reassignment procedures and the growing technological advancements and rise in awareness about these surgeries which have contributed to a huge boost in the market. Global Market Insights, confirm that favorable government policies associated with "gender transition" surgeries are one of the major factors driving the industry demand. For instance, The Affordable Care Act is the government policy in the U.S. that provides insurance to the “transgender” and gender non-conforming population. The Affordable Care Act was initiated by Obama, who was helped into office by Penny Pritzker, a member of the billionaire Pritzker family, with their own investments in both the medical-industrial complex (MIC) and the gender market. Penny Pritzker’s cousin, Jennifer, is a man claiming womanhood for himself who has funded myriad gender programs in medical, military, and educational institutions across the globe.
What Expert Market Research doesn’t tell us but is plainly obvious, is that everywhere we turn, “transgender” surgeries are being marketed as positive, progressive, and normal through Hollywood, its stars, the fashion industry, and the rest of the media, which interface heavily with the medical-industrial complex. .
The gender industry is being promoted by the MIC to serve MIC profits.
Arcus Foundation, again, is funded by Jon Stryker’s family stocks. Stryker Medical Corporation is an American multinational medical technologies corporation based in Kalamazoo, Michigan. Stryker's products include implants used in joint replacement and trauma surgeries; surgical equipment and surgical navigation systems; endoscopic and communications systems; patient handling and emergency medical equipment; neurosurgical, neurovascular, and spinal devices; robotics, implants, as well as other medical device products used in a variety of medical specialties. Most of this equipment and these supplies are utilized in hospitals performing traumatic surgeries on young people’s sex organs. Are we to believe it is a coincidence that Stryker Medical Corporation and an LGBT NGO with a recent focus on transgenderism and medical identities are so integrally connected? We have all seen first-hand, through the opioid epidemic and the undue influence the Pharma Lobby has had over governments, just how far the medical-industrial complex reach is and the machinations they use for profiteering.
In the United States, most of Stryker's products are marketed directly to doctors, hospitals, and other healthcare facilities. Internationally, Stryker products are sold in over 100 countries through company-owned sales subsidiaries and branches and third-party dealers and distributors.
Arcus Foundation has created and funded a vast international political infrastructure to drive gender identity ideology - or disembodiment - globally, funding trans organizations, LGBT organizations, religious, cultural, legal, educational, sports, police, media, medical and psychiatric organizations, contingent on those organizations adopting gender identity ideology. The foundation has funded studies of children as young as three years old, with this purported, elusive “gender identity” at odds with their sexed bodies, that will set them on a lifetime path of medicalization.
There is no substantiating evidence that such a thing as gender identity exists. Yet, in all the countries promoting political bills which are erasing sex and replacing it with gender identity, Arcus Foundation’s footprint can be found in either direct funding to LGBT and "transgender" organizations pushing gender identity ideology into schools and institutions in those countries or through Stryker Medical which has 54 offices in 36 countries, across the world. Stryker employs 40,000 people worldwide, is one of America’s largest public companies, and brings in vast revenues for the 75 countries where they sell their supplies and conduct research and development. Of the top ten countries using Stryker Medical supplies, eight are currently hotbeds of trans activism and political pressure driving gender identity laws, including the UK, Ireland, Canada, Germany, the Netherlands, and Australia. America, home of Stryker Medical and its most extensive consumer base, along with Arcus Foundation, leads the pack. The next most extensive consumer base for Stryker Medical is the UK, where Arcus Foundation has another branch at Cambridge University.
Singapore is home to yet another branch of Stryker Medical. In Singapore, the subject of gender identity is heating up with their Minister of Education accused of trying to interfere with students’ access to the use of wrong sex hormones, and where he is calling for calm. As reported by Manchester University, Singapore is one of Asia’s most highly developed and successful free-market economies, with a higher GDP than much of Europe. Multi-national corporations in Singapore include Bosch, Unilever, BMW, Walt Disney Company, Google, Facebook, and Hewlett-Packard (All major corporate supporters of gender identity). Singapore is the Asian headquarters for these companies. The economy depends highly on exports of electronics, computer products, and pharmaceuticals. Pharmaceutical companies with regional offices in Singapore include Ferring Pharmaceuticals, GlaxoSmithKline, Pfizer, and Merck & Co.
Ferring Pharmaceuticals, whose global site is in Ireland, advocates for and funds the use of puberty blockers, along with TENI (Transgender Equality Network Ireland), even after the Irish College of GPs no longer claims puberty blockers and hormonal sex changes are reversible.
Ireland, home to TENI, is a boiling cauldron of Trans rights activism. TENI is funded by Transgender Europe, which is heavily financed by Arcus Foundation (read: Stryker Medical). It is home to three branches of Stryker Medical and 19 of the top 20 global pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical companies.
Arcus Foundation is posing as a human rights movement, but it exists on millions of dollars generated by Stryker Medical Corporation. Jon Stryker has strategically driven gender identity (body dissociation) as a positive progression and ordinary human expression into our cultures, our institutions, our laws, and, more importantly, and dangerously, the global marketplace. Who else in the world, beyond the medical-industrial complex, could wield this much global power simultaneously? We cannot continue to avoid the elephant in the living room. Puberty blockers, wrong sex hormones, and invasive surgeries on young people’s sex organs are not a human rights movement but driven by the medical-industrial complex for profit. It doesn’t take a brain surgeon to understand this. The evidence is right in front of us. The question is, will we face it in time to stop it?
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