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Whatever happened to British liberty? We were once a people who instinctively bent toward it. Not anymore. Decades of Left-Liberal hegemony has resulted in everyone calling for everyone else to be monitored, checked, questioned, arrested and prosecuted and ruined for life. This even for the most mild of disagreements or tiffs.

Lord Sugar retweeted this image of Corbyn, which sparked every commie in the land. They’re actually calling for Sugar to be arrested. Some say it’s a call to violence against Corbyn. Jeez, it’s not as if it lacks a germ of truth. It’s this bunch which want to be in power after the next election. Some say they’ll turn us into East Germany. In truth New Labour and the Tories have taken us a long way there already.

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  1. Interesting spat developing in US academia, the attack focussing on…… Amy Wax, a tenured Professor of Law at the University of Pennsylvania is now being subjected to a SECOND Two Minutes Hate by our Emerging Totalitarian Left.

    The good Prof. has had run-ins before with the marxists


    A lot of people went looking for a fight after Wax, jointly with Professor Lawrence Alexander of the University of San Diego, published an op-ed in the Philadelphia Inquirer last August [Paying the price for breakdown of the country’s bourgeois culture, August 9, 2017]. In the op-ed Wax and Alexander spoke in favor of bourgeois values: get married, stay married, raise kids, get as much education as you can take, work hard, be patriotic, and so on.

    Dreadful – I can see why lefties were upset, though I don’t mind seeing a jew opposed to the tribe. Anyway, she hit upon this:

    Within the larger sphere of jurisprudence there is a specialty area called the Law of Remedies. Suppose I hit you with my car and break both your legs. Now you’re on crutches. The law—the Law of Remedies—says I have to recompense you: Pay your medical bills, lost wages, and so on.

    There comes a point, however, when I have discharged my obligations under the Law of Remedies. If you are still on crutches at that point, it’s now up to you to put forth some effort and get walking again. I am no longer under any obligation; I can go about my own business.

    Professor Wax’s 2009 book made an analogy with the situation of blacks in today’s America. What can reasonably be done to atone for past cruelty and injustice, she argued, has been done. Now blacks have to put forth some effort and get off their crutches, if they are to attain statistical parity with other races in America.

    Needless to say, ‘anti-semitism’ isn’t being used to defend the jewish academic, for some reason

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