How long before this happens here?

The UK is a basket case, but this is what happens when you let identitarians and virtue signallers run a political party.

Breitbart reports: Quote:

A middle-aged man with a beard has been accepted to stand for a woman-only position in a local Labour Party branch because he ?identifies? as female for a few hours a day once a week.

The Basingstoke Labour Party accepted David Lewis, 45, as an official candidate for their ?women?s officer? role, where he will be responsible for representing women?s issues and recruiting more females.

?I self-identify as a woman on Wednesdays, between 6.50 am when my alarm goes off and around midnight when I go to bed,? Mr. Lewis?told?the?Spectator, explaining that he does not change his pronouns, clothes, appearance, or behaviour.

The Labour Party frequently discriminates and uses all-women positions and shortlists, and recently?all-ethnic minority lists, to encourage ?diversity? in their ranks.

However, earlier this year, they fully embraced transgender ideology allowing anyone to ?self-identify? as a woman and apply for these positions.

Some feminists are opposed, claiming biological women will be disadvantaged and men may take advantage of the rules. They have tried to bring a legal challenge against the party, insisting men legally change gender before standing for female roles.

Mr. Lewis said he stood as a candidate to ?inform the [Constituency Labour Party], and maybe some other people, about what this policy means, about what happens when you say that someone?s gender depends only on what they say and nothing else?.

Mocking the policy, he continued: ?I?d say those people don?t have any right to criticise my gender-identity. If I say I am a woman on Wednesdays, then all they can do is accept that. After all, there are other people who only identify as women on some days of the week and not others, and they are accepted, not criticised.?

Adding: ?Anyone else?s criticism or questions about my gender identity are just not relevant to the Labour Party at the moment, given the current policy. If I say I?m a woman, I?m a woman.?

He does not, however, expect to win, explaining: ?I am hoping that my local party will be sensible.? End quote.

We have the same thing happening here, and even worse when it comes to Maori. The farce will continue until people make a stand against identiarianism and virtue-signalling tossers.