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THE TERROR

By Pete Moore On September 14th, 2018

It’s no exaggeration to say that many state employees live in terror. It’s a cultural Marxist terror. One slip, just one perceived slip, can mean curtains for their career (and fat pension).

A senior Scotland Yard officer could face the sack for alleged racist language after using the phrase “whiter than white” in a briefing to colleagues.

He could face an internal investigation for gross misconduct — the most serious disciplinary offence. Sources said the detective superintendent addressed colleagues about the need to be faultless and above reproach in carrying out inquiries, saying that they needed to be “whiter than white”.

Just let that sink in. Then consider the awesome power of cultural Marxism to shape policies and actions. This is how the South Yorkshire police and Rotherham Council not only turned a blind eye to the industrial-scale rape of British children by muslims, but led them to abetting it.

The Left is very adept as manipulating the glorious English language, of course. “Whiter than white” is basic, everyday English. Until today it would be said and heard without remark. But this move sets the standard that any positive use of the word “white,” in any context, is racist. Even if the officer, now sweating for his future, is cleared after a protracted disciplinary process costing us a fortune, the window of allowable language has been shifted yet again, even further Left.

Not for me of course, because I speak my mind and don’t work for the state. But 1984 is now here for many, and the further we are away from left wing activism the better for ourselves and families.

10 Responses to “THE TERROR”

  1. This seems to be bureaucracy gone mad rather than any attempt to punish what is an perfectly acceptable phrase. There seems to be no mechanism in the Met’s complaints procedures for summary dismisal of the allegation.

    I highly doubt that he could actually face the sack for it. But a complaint was made and has to be investigated. There should be a mechanism to chuck the obviously stupid allegations in the bin.

    The person who made the complaint should be investigated for wasting police time but that’s another story.

  2. Then consider the awesome power of cultural Marxism to shape policies and actions. This is how the South Yorkshire police and Rotherham Council not only turned a blind eye to the industrial-scale rape of British children by muslims, but led them to abetting it.

    As I wrote elsewhere, I’m currently reading the book below, and the scale of the police’s facilitation of mass rape of British girls shows that they are utterly and absolutely treasonous. I had believed that some of them were bad, but all of them?? It must be the filtration and indoctrination programs.

    https://www.amazon.co.uk/Easy-Meat-Britains-Grooming-Scandal/dp/1943003068

    Peter McLoughlin spent years believing the Leftist narrative, namely it was ‘a racist myth’ that organised Muslim groups in Britain and the Netherlands (‘grooming gangs’) were luring white schoolgirls into a life of prostitution. But in 2009 he first encountered people who said their children had been groomed like this. These informants had non-white people in their immediate and extended family, and were thus unlikely to be racists. So McLoughlin dug deeper and what he found shocked him: there were mounds of evidence that social workers, police officers, Muslim organisations, journalists and even some Members of Parliament must have known about these grooming gangs for decades, and they had turned a blind-eye to these crimes.

    Anyway, there was a hilarious case in the US a few years ago when a bureaucrat used the term ‘niggardly’ – and all Hell broke loose…….

    http://articles.latimes.com/1999/jan/29/news/mn-2884

    WASHINGTON — Blindsided by the combustible mixture of race and politics, District of Columbia Mayor Anthony A. Williams is under attack for accepting the resignation of a top aide for using the word “niggardly.”

    David Howard, who headed the mayor’s constituent services office, resigned Monday in the wake of complaints by other city officials who were offended by his use of the word that is synonymous with “stingy” or “miserly” and has no racial meaning. Howard, who could not be reached for comment Thursday, has said that he offered his resignation to squelch any controversy that might overshadow Williams’ early days in office.

    For not only is the ideology known as ‘political correctness’ (cultural marxism) fundamentally evil, it’s also stupid. This describes its adherents.

  3. Pete Moore

    Not for me of course, because I speak my mind and don’t work for the state. But 1984 is now here for many, and the further we are away from left wing activism the better for ourselves and families.

    So you can speak your mind, but 1984 is here now. Jesus, have you actually read the book 1984 Pete? Because if you had you know that what you’re saying is utter bull****.

  4. Dave Alton –

    You seem to suffer from Tourette Syndrome. A simple difference of opinion has you popping and fizzing. It’s most unpleasant.

    Yes, I’ve read 1984. I’ve read all of Orwell’s novels and essays. Alas, he’s probably too white for today’s Bolshevik classrooms. I particularly recommend “Politics and the English Language” (pdf) to leftists.

    I said that 1984 is now here for many. If I were employed in any capacity, by the state, I would end up being sacked, and possibly prosecuted, for simply being honest. That’s a 1984 world.

  5. It’s a good job the cop didn’t say “nigger in the woodpile”. That would have meant instant dismissal.

  6. Pete Moore, on September 14th, 2018 at 9:08 PM Said:

    Dave Alton –

    You seem to suffer from Tourette Syndrome. A simple difference of opinion has you popping and fizzing. It’s most unpleasant.

    Indeed – I’ve noticed that.

  7. Very similar to the twitter kerfuffle recently involving crazy old cat-lady, Ruth Dudley Edwards.

    Someone responded to a tweet she sent by kindly asking “everything alright, hun?”…and she accused them of sectarianism! Seems she’s a crazy old marxist now too!

  8. Pete Moore,

    You seem to suffer from Tourette Syndrome. A simple difference of opinion has you popping and fizzing. It’s most unpleasant.

    So you think me using the word bull**** is unpleasant Pete? You know what for a man who makes multiple posts claiming you can’t understand why people get so easily offended, and repeating how the left are all eaisily offended snowflakes whenever anybody makes the simplest criticism of them, you really do show a stunning amount of hypocrisy.

    I said that 1984 is now here for many. If I were employed in any capacity, by the state, I would end up being sacked, and possibly prosecuted, for simply being honest. That’s a 1984 world.

    No Pete that’s not a 1984 World. A 1984 World is an oppressive dictatorship where people are under constant supervision, where people have NO freedom of speech, and are regularly tortured and murdered by the state. Either you haven’t read the book, or you don’t understand it at all.

  9. Whoever controls the language, controls the debate.

  10. Whoever controls the language, controls the debate.

    True – but there is a way out……

    http://nwioqeqkdf.blogspot.com/2018/09/the-scourge-of-gender.html#more

    One of the most remarkable things about the left is how they are able to bring about sweeping, and often devastating, social change through the mere use of words. The left’s clever use of invented or subverted terms such as racism and equality have wrought more damage upon the West than the Red Army could ever have dreamed of. One of their crowning, and most destructive, achievements is the word gender.

    Those possessed of high verbal IQs have, through merely changing the terminology, utterly subverted the nature of male and female, the foundation of all vertebrate life never mind human society. If they can subvert something as fundamental as male and female they can subvert anything.

    The way out is not to use their terms…..

    MJ • a day ago

    Exactly right, Jim. I refuse to use their language. At a recent dinner party, I got into a rather heated debate with a friend who supports the LGBT agenda. I corrected him when he spoke of men “having sex” and told him that the term to use is “sodomy”. You can imagine the ad hominems that followed; “bigot”, “homophobe” etc. I Stood my ground and played to the silent audience. I said that the behaviour they engage in is disgusting and harmful. A victory came when his wife said, referring to me, “he’s only saying what most of us think”.

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