Opposing The Cult Of Diversity Is Not Heresy, And You Should Not Repent !
July 26, 2008
Like the new “religion” of the western world Diversity.
Show any defiance to the cult of Diversity, and face the inquisitor. Any
questioning of the dogmas of the new “religion” gets you branded a
heretic by the thought police. For a cult that preaches tolerance , they
are quite the contrary when questioned. But brand as they may, you are
not a heretic for opposing their make believe “religion”. You are not
a heretic for opposing a cult that seeks to silence free thought. And
you are not a heretic for acknowledging reality. So never repent !
Is this the tolerance that our
thought-police take pride in?
Wednesday July 23 2008
ON THE one hand, I expected some uproar in Ireland over my piece about
Ethiopia on July 10. But there really wasn’t any. On the other, I didn’t expect
an attempt to jail me by a state-sponsored body. Yet Denise Charlton, of the
me under a special law, by which I could be tried and imprisoned for two
years without even the benefit of a jury.
Oh, Denise, Denise, you silly, silly little girl: have you nothing better to do
with your time and talents than to try to get someone jailed for saying
something you dislike? So there we are. The apparatchiks of the equality
industry merely have to contemplate the sector of their psyche wherein their
self-righteous emotions reside: and if these are sufficiently overwrought, they
decide that a hate-crime has been committed.
Actually, I hate no-one. Personal, political and racial hatreds are the most
corrosive and ruinous of all passions. Why, I don’t even hate Robert Mugabe,
or his chum, the former Ethiopian dictator, the lovely Mengistu, who is hiding
fellows who have brought such lustre to the name of Africa.
And so, not hating, I certainly don’t want anyone to hate anyone else either.
However, I know and feel and applaud measured hostility, the guardian of
our civilisation, and the father of our laws. Measured hostility is what puts
the gunman behind bars: it drives the mugger from the street and the burglar
from our homes.
It also protects freedom of speech from those who would steal it from us —
most particularly in Ireland of today, the quango thought-police of doctrinaire
liberalism, and single-issue vigilantes in the media.