So some dude at the United Nations filed a report calling for a trashing of our current counterterrorism policies.

A new plan, he believes, should "abandon the 'war paradigm'" and "enshrine the principles of gender-equality and non-discrimination." And so he condemns security checks that "focus attention on male bombers who may be dressing as females," which make real transgender persons "susceptible to increased harassment."

Translation: Checking for dudes who conceal bombs via cross-dressing hurts the feelings of men who cross-dress as a lifestyle choice.

I can't figure out if this is the worst story ever or the greatest story ever.

I mean, by revealing what the U.N. does best, this report takes the trans-gendered cake: Simultaneously undermining the War on Terror while mocking common sense. When the U.N. isn't trying to minimize mass murder, this mishmash of maniacs tries to commit it themselves.

The War on Terror is not a lab for social engineering. The War on Terror cannot be guided by feelings belonging to someone who fried his brain on Oprah. The War on Terror is meant to protect the innocent from terror, whether the innocent is gay, straight, transgender or half man/half unicorn.

If America were to take this U.N. report seriously, we would put everyone at risk, including the transgendered and the dumbasses at the U.N.

I would hope that the gay, lesbian and trans-gendered community would find this idea equally as ludicrous.

But if they don't, I don't care. I'll still be wearing my floral caftan in first class. And those are embroidered sunflowers, not stains by the by.

And if you disagree with me, then you're probably a racist.

Greg Gutfeld hosts "Red Eye with Greg Gutfeld" weekdays at 3 a.m. ET. Send your comments to: redeye@foxnews.com