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  • ross1948 12:05 am on October 18, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , 'man up', disabled, , , gender-neutral pronouns, nervous breakdown, nervous breakdowns, , , Ruth Davidson, , , Toronto University   

    Toronto Prof And Scots Tory Targetted By Language Vandals 

    One of my least favourite UK politicians is the current Leader of the Scottish Conservatives.

    Not so much because she’s a lesbian – as we see in Germany’s AFD, a lesbian can be patriotic and talk sense – but because the Scottish woman is essentially a liberal, not a conservative at all.


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    Yet today I must speak up in her defence, after some drivel made its way onto The Independent’s pages this month, from a very weird individual, named Yas Necati, attacking Davidson because, for all her wayward views, she can still talk like a normal person. –

    Ruth Davidson’s solution to the current mess that is our Government is that the party needs to “get over its current nervous breakdown” – and I quote word for word – “and man up a little bit.”


    What’s the uptight wacko on about?

    Oh, it’s ‘Man Up!’

    I guess Davidson’s solution to those struggling with child benefit, coming to terms with being sexually assaulted or at risk of being deported might just be to “man up” as well?

    Good grief.

    So a phrase the meaning of which is effective in communication, is perfectly clear, and which is in common use throughout the English-speaking world. must be abhorred because some abnormal would prefer us to say ‘Person Up!’ – as if by using the normal-talk phrase we are affronting women?

    BTW, I don’t use ‘abnormal’ lightly to describe Nutjob Necati. A paragraph about her/his/its/their background is attached by The Independent, viz.

    Yas Necati is an apprentice at The Independent and the London Evening Standard. They previously worked as a campaigner… 

     WHAT?    ‘is?’  ‘they?’  ‘a?’

    Something far wrong there – singular verbs and a plural subject? A suggestion of split personality? Schizo? Who knows?

    But it gets even more demented, a deranged shrill shriek against Davidson for – wait for it…

    …her reference to the Conservative Party having a “nervous breakdown.”

    I don’t even really know where to start with this. Is she implying that mentally illness makes you incompetent? Is she saying that in order to get over mental health issues we all need to simply “man up”? Is she suggesting that someone having a nervous breakdown is unfit to continue with their job?

    I don’t know if Davidson is implying or suggesting any of those things, but given what we know about nervous breakdowns…

    Hasil gambar untuk nervous breakdown

    Nervous (or mental) breakdown is a term used to describe  a period of intense mental distress. During this period, you’re unable to function in your everyday life…. 


    ….they probably DO impair competence!

    So at least suspension from one’s work duties might well be a sensible step to take if a nervous breakdown is under way.

    The way far-left sexual misfits are trying to force us into their own bizarre PC vocabulary is of course not unique to this ‘person.’ ( I’d say man or woman but that’s impossible, because I don’t  – and possibly it doesn’t! – know!)

    We have the scandalous situation at Toronto University, where a perfectly competent professor faces possible dismissal because he won’t be bullied by transgender freaks into using ‘gender-neutral’ pronouns.


    Gambar kisah untuk ‘I’m not going to cede linguistic territory to postmodernist neo-Marxists’ dari Spectator.co.uk

    Professor Peterson

    ‘I’m not going to cede linguistic territory to postmodernist neo-Marxists’ 


    Under a new law  (Bill C-16) in Turdostan, cretinous Canadian college bosses may indeed be entitled to fire Professor Jordan Peterson, but to his great credit he’s not budging.

    Jordan Peterson and the transgender wars

    But back to Nutjob, whose final paragraphs expose the essential purpose behind its ranting against Ruth Davidson.  .

    …I suppose she feels she can say whatever she wants, because she’s a woman and she’s queer, and therefore in her eyes she’s not like those other party members.



    Ms Davidson DARES to think that she can say whatever she wants?

    Not in Necati’s Gaystapoid Brave New World, she can’t!


    Needless to say, I was intrigued that such an alien life-form exists, and evidently flourishes, in the UK media.

    A look at Yaz Necati’s previous yammerings seemed in order, and I found another example, also in The Independent, in which it complains bitterly that in a Google ad, there is a gay nuclear family. No queer people of colour, no drag kings, no polyamorous relationships. 


    God forbid!

    How distressing for freakos around the world!

    • Arnold 1:24 pm on October 18, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      I heard about the professors troubles with those freaks.
      Toronto as a city is an embarassment to every Canadian who remembers how great it once was and now its university is too.
      Why wont somebody suggest kicking out the freako students and not the professor?

    • Chris Thomas 2:57 am on October 19, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      The freaks should pipe down.
      Trannies hate it if we think or even more if we say they need to be given a chance to recover their normality, but they don’t think twice about telling us how we may use our own English language. They should be told we have no interest in their impertinence.

      All this ‘ablist’ rubbish too, there’s nobody normal who doesn;t feel sorry for people with physical handicaps, but why should we change phrases and idioms that are part of our everyday way of speaking because some disabled people are touchy.
      What’s worse is the insane attitude I’ve read about among some of the handicapped, deaf parents who want to have their children’s hearing deliberately crippled so they can’t hear properly although they were born normal.
      There’s something very sick about parents like that.

    • Serge Esperan 12:08 pm on October 19, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      I have no idea about the woman in Scotland but what has been going on in Toronto is just crazy. That’s what happens when you get a leader like Justin Trudeau elected into power.
      We envy the USA where their leader stands up to the crazies and uses English in the same way normal people do.

  • ross1948 7:12 pm on November 5, 2011 Permalink
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    Scots Tories Knuckle Under to Decadent Cameron – Pick Lesbian Leader 

    The Scottish Conservative and Unionist Party, having steadily declined from its 1955 majority vote position to a mere fringe element in Scotland’s politicla life,  has now cut its own throat by knuckling under to Cameron, their English public-school overlord, and choosing a lesbian leader.

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    • Lesbian Leader Ruth Davidson

    Scots are known as a nation split between Protestants and Catholics, both of whom share disdain for ‘gay rights’ nonsense.

    Have these desperate phoney ‘conservatives’ taken leave of their senses?

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