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  • ross1948 12:26 on December 29, 2022 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , OUP appeasing freaks, Oxford University Press   

    Oxford University Press To Consult Eunuchs? 

    A new title in the Carols for Choirs series next year is set to be “much more diverse than its earlier volumes in a number of ways”



    We have had to take notice of Oxford University Press’s pathetic pandering to wokery in the past…

    OUP? Oh You Prigs! 

    The works of Beatrix Potter and Enid Blyton were cited as classics that parents regularly turned to….
    Not good enough, parents!

    See the source image

    .…parents should broaden their horizons when it comes to the books that they read so children find out about diversity…


    …so we shouldn’t be bowled over by their nauseating new move.

    Their anonymous spokeswoman…


    ( a real woman or a tranny man posing as a woman?)

    ….exemplifies their twisted thinking, when she explains that OUP’s

     “…actively working to ensure our publishing better reflects the diversity of the world we live and work in, and gender diversity is one such area”.


    The ‘diversity of the world we live and work in?’

    What a hogwash of a thing to say, because the world we live and work in has always had freaks, who were rightly regarded as freaks.

    What’s happening nowadays is that OUP ( and many another institution) has gotten busy.

    Unable to change realities, they are trying to alter our perceptions….


    …to make us think the freaks are to be regarded as normal.

    She added: “We have actively engaged with the choral community on best practices around this, including with transgender colleagues within that community…..


    OUP ‘engaged with‘ transfreaks?


    ….and we will continue to do so to ensure we keep learning and open to any further changes required.”


    Any furher changes required?

    To expand the range of acceptable deviancies?

    To include bestiality?

    Or incest?

    Where will this woke imbecility end?



  • ross1948 08:22 on December 19, 2021 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Beatrix Potter, , OUP, Oxford University Press, woke children's stories   

    OUP? Oh You Prigs! 

    The works of Beatrix Potter and Enid Blyton were cited as classics that parents regularly turned to when choosing books to read to their children..

    Good choices!

    But to hell with nice books about nice children!

    Oxford University Press (OUP) is urging families to be more adventurous, so that their children can learn about global issues from bedtime stories.


    Welcome to Woke-World!

    (Courtesy of Oxford University Press!)

    See the source image

    …parents should broaden their horizons when it comes to the books that they read so children find out about diversity, homelessness and the need to care for the environment.

    ‘Diversity?’ No specific direction to LGBTI!?!
    No Lesbians, Gays, Bestialists, Trannies and Incesters?   

    Why pump ‘diversity‘ cr-p into kiddies of the Beatrix Potter age-group!

    Why dump Enid Blyton and make children read about ‘homelessness?’

    Kids should not have to worry about that kind of dreary stuff- let them be unburdened by adult issues.

    That Oxford University Press pinko hogwash was what got me started.

    But although my idea for a headline at once began to form, with the ‘Oh You‘ easily come up with, what about that ‘P?’

    I had to dismiss several options, apt but obscene, then…bingo!


    “..a self-righteously moralistic person who behaves as if superior to others.

    See the source image

    OUP…Oh You Prigs!

    • Barb Cassain 10:23 on December 19, 2021 Permalink | Reply

      Short, to the point and very good.
      Parents know better than OUP’s wokers.


  • ross1948 23:07 on January 15, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , Oxford University Press,   

    Oxford’s PC PIgnoramus – Fire The Dolt! 

    Oxford University used to have a quite good reputation. So did the BBC (many years ago!) 

    Ironically, the former has been exposed by the latter… 

     “I’ve got a lettter here that was sent out by OUP to an author doing something for young people.” Presenter Jim Naughtie said. “Among the things prohibited in the text that was commissioned by OUP was the following: Pigs plus sausages, or anything else which could be perceived as pork.” BBC Today




    Pigs are more likeable than tantrum-brats who can’t stand the very mention of them, and infinitely more acceptable than PC pukes like the pinko toe-rag who wrote that letter.

    If the letter is genuine, and these days, sadly for Britain, it’s entirely probable, the author should be given 24 hours to apologise to the recipient, to every Oxford graduate, and to British people – who love pork!

    And THEN he (or she) should be fired.


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