All of our personal petty annoyances are as nothing compared to the war on civilization going on.
Take Raheem Kassam at Breitbart. We don’t quote Breitbart much as we assume most readers read it anyway, plus it seems to be all about immigration of late and therefore the message is a known-known. There are people who don’t like him, there are people who don’t like me, there are people who don’t like others for a variety of reasons.
However, Breitbart has currently come up with the Guardian shut-down on comment and I’m thinking now it has to be one of the most important sites in the world – Breitbart, that is. There are not many left. Katy Pavlich has thrown in her lot with the Themist RINOs, The Atlantic has gone the way of all things, the New Spectator’s Fraser Nelson is in bed with the PTB along with minion Isabelle Hardman, the Independent is leftwing, the Beeb we all know about.
Some comments from Breitbart [which really is free]:
Pretending that this level of legitimate discontent and disapproval with government policy on Islam, immigration, and race does not exist, but on the contrary that ordinary Britons are racist, as David Cameron blandly contends by hiring that idiotic Labour stooge and race baiter David Lammy, a Labour stooge as his new racism czar, is only storing up worse trouble ahead.
The Guardian is an increasingly irrelevant and ‘superior’ middle class rag that speaks to a dwindling number people of people who agree with it and who do not inhabit the real world.
This is actually quite comical, the arrogance of the organisation is astounding. For decades the Guardian has represented all ‘correct’ progressive causes and they honestly believe they are able to ‘shun the temptations of monopoly’. Are they really trying to suggest they are committed to journalistic integrity? As I say, it’s comical.
“Don’t you see that the whole aim of Newspeak is to narrow the range of thought? In the end we shall make thoughtcrime literally impossible, because there will be no words in which to express it.” – Orwell