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  • ross1948 18:43 on December 30, 2021 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , King and Country, Oxford Union,   

    Oxford Union Cowers, Again! 

    The Oxford Union famously, prior to WW2, voted that they would not fight for King and Country.

    Most of them, I believe….

    …soon enough thought better of that wretched repudiation of their proper allegiance.

    But betrayal of British values seems to have resurfaced, as the society plans to ‘restructure’ its invitations process to take into account any adverse effect on minority groups.


    My immediate reaction to reading that paean to appeasement….

    …and digesting exactly how degenerate its authors must be…


    …was to say  – damn and blast the wokeling weasels, just as I said back when NUS reds were using ‘No Platform’ to silence anti-communists.


    I wrote about those years at length, including both the UK and Canada scenes Smash The Red Nazis!


    But as so often, it gets worse.

    Documents show this could mean consulting ‘specialist student societies’. The proposal is the result of an independent review by lawyers.

    It is way overdue for ‘minority groups’ to be told to shut up, grow up and adapt to the majority’s way of life.

    e.g. obnoxious BLM upstarts, tranny maladjusts etc.

    Whining about ‘adverse effects’ which often exist only in their fevered imaginations..


    ….or, when they are real, accrue only due to their repeat affronts to patriotic and/or decent citizens…


    … should either be ignored, or, when articulated by means of ‘specialist student societies,‘ be a disciplinary matter.

    Such societies bring the college’s name into disrepute by pronouncements against a fundamental freedom…

    Chris McGovern of the Campaign for Real Education claimed freedom of speech would be curtailed.

    …and their hostility to the right to express views, marxist, racist, anti-transtapo, or whatever views you or I may choose, merits expulsion.


  • ross1948 10:59 on November 7, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , Oxford Union   

    ‘Security Concerns’ Stop Oxford AfD Debate! 

    Fuhrerin Merkel Sticks Nose into France, Jackboot into Greece

    Anti-racist campaigners had planned to protest at appearance by Alice Weidel of AfD

    In a democracy, these ‘anti-racist’ agitators should of course be free to ‘protest’ about anything they like, as long as they are not trying to prevent other people enjoying their right to free speech.

    Alice Weidel of the anti-immigration party Alternative for Deutschland
    German patriot leader Alice Weidel of the AfD

    But just about every paragraph in the Guardian report confirms that the far-left were not remotely concerned with ‘protesting’ but with suppression of Alice Weidel’s right to stand up and argue her case.

    First we read that the anti-patriots ‘claimed a victory’ when Ms Weidel felt obliged to cancel her visit.

    Again, we learn that the intolerant reds, whom the Guardian dubs ‘activists,’ were not interested in questioning the AfD leader about her policies but ‘had demanded the withdrawal’ of the invitation she’d had to face her critics at the Oxford Union.


    The notorious ‘Stand Up To Racism’ gang’s local leader hailed the shut-down of free speech as “an important victory for anti-racists,” adding that her comrades had shown that “anti-racists can make a difference if they organise and mobilise” – in other words, the denial of a fair hearing for the German patriot was what they wanted all along, not to demonstrate their disagreement.

    Then we read the usual hypocritical assertion by another leftist claiming to ‘support the value of free speech,’ then devaluing that support by making it conditional – “the union needs to be aware of the quagmire that’s caused by inviting people like Alice Weidel.”

    By ‘people like Alice Weidel,’ of course, this extremist means anyone opposed to the migrant menace, anyone who recognises that imposed multicult is a dagger in the heart of nationhood.


    Alice Weidel is absolutely entitled to make a speech anywhere, and I’m sure the Oxford students would have thrown plenty of tough questions her way.

    Now, thanks to a red rat-pack, there will be no speech and no questions,


    • Petra Malley 19:27 on November 7, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      These ‘activists’ have now usurped the lawful authorities prerogative to approve or disapprove people’s right to be heard.
      It is not up tp leftwing agitators who gets to speak and even less so when the speech was to be made in private property, the Oxford Union.
      British freedoms are not so much being eroded but exploded. We saw the cowardice of the police when the same kind of anti-free speech trouble-makers prevented Katy Hopkins talking to a meeting in Sussex, now this German lady has been silenced in Oxford.
      The ‘activists’ must have it made clear to them, that nobody, whether left or right, may be treated like this. Any person or persons who try to stop any speaker having his, or in this case her, say will be arrested and prosecured.
      If found guilty, a stiff sentence or two would soon make the left leave off.


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