inconvenient censorship at the Guardian …

Morally lost: Can’t have that at The Guardian!

rotherhamThe Guardian, that pillar of progressive thought, takes a dim view of those who deviate from luvvie-ness, so it was a surprise to find that it had published a reader’s explanation for authorities’ willingness to tolerate an epidemic of rapes by ‘Asian’ men in the English town of Rotherham.

“This is the climate under which the Rotherham social services probably worked. Decent staff in fear of their jobs, and PC staff protecting their PC credentials. Nothing, absolutely nothing, is more precious to the politically correct than their PC credentials. They will turn a blind eye to abuse, rape even… it took a murder for them to reluctantly stir themselves into some sort of action.

By showering all and sundry with ridiculous accusations of racism, bigotry and (ludicrously) ‘islamophobia’ , the ‘elite’ (=comfortable leafy suburb-dwelling condescending self-righteous pompous pillocks) have created a climate in which it was easy for these thugs to commit their crimes.”

The comment — and the above is but a sample — was soon flushed by a vigilant editor down the Guardian‘s memory hole, but not before the it had been copied and posted elsewhere. Follow this link or the one below to read the comment in full.


Continue reading at Quadrant.

About Tom Harley

Amateur ecologist and horticulturalist and CEO of Kimberley Environmental Horticulture Inc. (Tom Harley)
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1 Response to inconvenient censorship at the Guardian …

  1. I agree, its not about race other than some people’s fear of being labelled as racist. Its about culture, class, establishment and mostly about children.
    I have also blogged on this subject, feel free to have a read and let me know your thoughts.

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