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Sacrificing 1500 (or more) children in the name of political correctness.

Discussion in 'Latest Political News and Current Events' started by Barbella, Jan 15, 2020.

  1. Barbella

    Barbella Senator

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  2. EatTheRich

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    They weren’t concerned about “upsetting minorities.” They were concerned about unleashing racist pogroms that would lead to mass murder. So the right owns this since they are the reason the government was so cautious about intervening.
     
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  3. Bo Didleysquat

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    Are you aware of what we're - the US - partnering in with the radical Wahabi Islamist, public square beheading, journalist liquefying Saudis relative to children in Yemen?

    We do not care about anything in this society, least of all children. We allowed Jeffrey Epstein to be conveniently disappeared and Ghislaine Maxwell to slither off back into he shadows to set up another child sex trafficking ring to service our pedophile aristocracy.
     
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  4. Emily

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  5. Bo Didleysquat

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    Here we sell them tiki torches.
     
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    I’m so glad that white people never commit sex crimes. We truly are the superior race.
     
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  7. Bo Didleysquat

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    Sounds like our OP is the one upset.
     
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  8. Emily

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    Here, in principle at least, we treat everyone equally under the law, regardless of minority status or likelihood of triggering some subgroup.
     
  9. Barbella

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    Huh? What? It’s that bad over there?
     
  10. EatTheRich

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    I mean, it is upsetting that people got away with organized sex trafficking for so long and they weren’t even given leave to do it by the pope.
     
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  11. Bronwyn

    Bronwyn Unapoligetically Republican

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    But it's okay for "Asians" to do this in Britain because.....
     
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  12. EatTheRich

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    It’s not, of course. It’s horrible.
     
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  13. Bronwyn

    Bronwyn Unapoligetically Republican

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    Then why did you try to blow it off as some sort of "racist program"?
     
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  14. EatTheRich

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    I didn’t. I was pointing to some of the cultural factors responsible for it being so prevalent.
     
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  15. Bronwyn

    Bronwyn Unapoligetically Republican

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    BS.
     
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  16. Queen Titania

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    ''We need to talk about racism. With news items like Megxit and Manchester’s failure to crack down on grooming gangs not so much sparking debate as detonating ever-deeper dividing lines, that much is clear. It is true that a virulent strain of prejudice is itching undetected beneath the British social fabric. But not in the way that the virtue-signallers who have so energetically lectured the public this week on their “subconscious” racism would have us believe.

    A normalised bigotry is indeed hiding in plain sight. It conceals genuine injustices. Diagnosing it is tricky because it involves confronting human shortcomings. Like any self-respecting epidemic, it also has a chillingly sterile name: identity politics.

    Dictating that the most important thing about you is your race or gender, its most obvious manifestation is an infuriating “us versus them” narrative: all white people are racists and all ethnic minorities are victims.

    “It is not the job of black people and ethnic minorities to educate white people on racism that is perpetrated by white people,” activist Dr Shola Mos-Shogbamimu quipped on This Morning, in a Meghan Markle debate that has gone viral. She then went on to “educate” her audience at length, ironically railing against the “whitewashing” of unconscious racism and critiquing those who see the world “through the lens of white privilege” (as opposed to eyes, presumably owing to their bogeyman status).


    She also refused to give any concrete examples of racism against Meghan. In an attempt to cast a pseudo-light on white ignorance and bigotry, she breathtakingly exposed her own ignorance and bigotry about a country that is largely not racist.

    Which hits on the outrageous truth about identity politics: the retrograde movement does not help us address racism, because it renounces both dialogue and empiricism. Who needs to provide evidence when one is clearly right? Who needs to have a debate when the answer is decided? Instead of the End of History, we’ve reached the End of Reason.

    Far from being committed to understanding others, identity politics is obsessed with the self. Reflecting the cosmopolitan consumer’s spiritually desolate search for intellectually approved personal branding, it is little more than self-aggrandisement posing as self-awareness. But, perhaps most disturbing of all, it deems casual prejudice against “white society” as not only acceptable but positively necessary to fighting injustice.

    Hence Sheffield University’s unblinking decision this week to employ “race equality champions” who will tackle “microaggressions” on campus – like asking people where they are really from and striking up conversations with black students about holidaying in Africa.

    We need to talk about racism. With news items like Megxit and Manchester’s failure to crack down on grooming gangs not so much sparking debate as detonating ever-deeper dividing lines, that much is clear. It is true that a virulent strain of prejudice is itching undetected beneath the British social fabric. But not in the way that the virtue-signallers who have so energetically lectured the public this week on their “subconscious” racism would have us believe.

    A normalised bigotry is indeed hiding in plain sight. It conceals genuine injustices. Diagnosing it is tricky because it involves confronting human shortcomings. Like any self-respecting epidemic, it also has a chillingly sterile name: identity politics.

    Dictating that the most important thing about you is your race or gender, its most obvious manifestation is an infuriating “us versus them” narrative: all white people are racists and all ethnic minorities are victims.

    “It is not the job of black people and ethnic minorities to educate white people on racism that is perpetrated by white people,” activist Dr Shola Mos-Shogbamimu quipped on This Morning, in a Meghan Markle debate that has gone viral. She then went on to “educate” her audience at length, ironically railing against the “whitewashing” of unconscious racism and critiquing those who see the world “through the lens of white privilege” (as opposed to eyes, presumably owing to their bogeyman status).


    She also refused to give any concrete examples of racism against Meghan. In an attempt to cast a pseudo-light on white ignorance and bigotry, she breathtakingly exposed her own ignorance and bigotry about a country that is largely not racist.

    Which hits on the outrageous truth about identity politics: the retrograde movement does not help us address racism, because it renounces both dialogue and empiricism. Who needs to provide evidence when one is clearly right? Who needs to have a debate when the answer is decided? Instead of the End of History, we’ve reached the End of Reason.

    Far from being committed to understanding others, identity politics is obsessed with the self. Reflecting the cosmopolitan consumer’s spiritually desolate search for intellectually approved personal branding, it is little more than self-aggrandisement posing as self-awareness. But, perhaps most disturbing of all, it deems casual prejudice against “white society” as not only acceptable but positively necessary to fighting injustice.

    Hence Sheffield University’s unblinking decision this week to employ “race equality champions” who will tackle “microaggressions” on campus – like asking people where they are really from and striking up conversations with black students about holidaying in Africa.

    https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2020/01/16/time-call-intolerant-wokes-racist-double-standards/
     
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  17. Queen Titania

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    No she wouldn't. The comment sections of the Telegraph are being disabled on most articles ( due to tthem being within the Sussex's chosen few) but not in the tabloids - especially over Me-Gain, they are enlightening to the 'progressives' I should imagine.



    Now - Priti Patel is the Home Sec in a giv with a huge majority - neither she nor anyone else will openly say that the are specifically going after the gangs - but it does seem that they are.
     
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    Pakistanis - Mirpuri Pakistanis were the 'Asians' - now Somalians and others are involved.
     
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  19. Queen Titania

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    No. It was difficult for a long time but the tide has turned .... slightly.
     
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