You surprise me! Sane and reasonable people have been pilloried mercilessly for the past five years whenever they tried to point out the dangers of self-obsessed, sex-obsessed, queer politics. Now it turns out we were correct all along. Goodness me.
The article below is a comment on the "No Heterox" extremist nonsense that has so lamentably infected our universities, even Oxford. And it is written by a disillusioned INSIDER.He points out all the faults we meek little normal people had been the first to perceive, the LGBT nonsense, the blatant anti-white racism and frequent resort to censorship, all imposed by the likes of Annie Teriba (nick-named Annie Terrible by her fellow-students) who are self-confessed rapists.
It seems that the drunken Ms Teriba, who is a ravisher but far from ravishing, got into Oxford with this level of verbal articulacy :
"FUCK PRIVILEGED GAYS FUCK PRIVILEGED GAYS FUCK PRIVILEGED GAYS".
What a crass misuse of the f-word. It looks as if she is at Oxford because of some policy of "inclusiveness" that disregards academic attainment.
The following article was written for a student magazine by Richard Black who describes himself as "a cis white straight Jewish male with Conservative inclinations". He is so young that he thinks this -
We also need a better definition of racism. Nick Cohen’s “What’s Left?” reminds us that “people with brown skins are as capable as people with white skins of forming a fascistic movement”,
-is a remarkable and fresh insight worth quoting. Hmmm.
And his grammar is faulty: "Like many of Oxford’s other radical discussion forums – most notoriously Cuntry Living and Skin Deep – I left the group months ago." It's not the lasciviously named intolerant forums that left Ms Teriba's group. He can be taken to mean, "Months ago I left the group, along with other radical discussion forums – most notoriously Cuntry Living and Skin Deep."
Never mind, he has got as far as realizing that it is the progressives shouting "BIGOT" who are the real bigots, and that is worth saying. Students are daring to say that so-called radicals are a "vociferous minority" who are silencing others and using tactics that "shame" them out of the public forum.
We could add, "I told you so."
Oxford’s radical left have gone too farBy on