Friday, September 20, 2013


UKIP needs to face down PC 'triangulation', not give in to it

UKIP is going to have to face down PC-fascism sooner or later, and Steve Crowther and Nigel Farage's reaction to Godfrey Bloom's quip relating to his famous joke about women and fridges illustrates that they have not as yet sussed the name of the game. By rising to the stupid bait, all that it creates is pointless internal division.
Surely a naturally anti-PC party -- a party that should recognise the key battleground to be over the hatred of the people-in-general that is the whole point of PC -- knows about the tired 'triangulation' tactic to make the mainstream appear extreme?
     Steve Crowther foolishly rose to the bait when the media attacked my mere paper candidacy in an obscure local council ward when they dug out an ancient post on this blogsite in which I made the point that the scholarly analysis of the roots of PC was not itself somehow evil just because it was accurately cited by the mass murderer, Anders Breivik, in his appallingly misguided anti-PC action. It was the very trap that I was attacking that Steve Crowther then made for himself, and we see today he's not learned the lesson. Strange, because its quite a simple one.
     There is inherently no limit to the absurdity of PC, and therefore attacks from that quarter will never go away, no matter how PC you try to align yourself. So the answer is to meet such attacks with the appropriate response to turn them into great boomerangs to whack the PC-fascist throwers on their own mindless heads.
     Attack by PC-fascists actually is an opportunity for UKIP to develop a cogent anti-PC stance in the public eye.
     Godfrey Bloom may well have pulled off just such a ploy today if he hadn't have been evidently so flustered by the nuclear response by the UKIP leadership to his 'slut' joke. When the (ex-Newsnight, now Channel4 News) journalist Michael Crick drew attention to the 'white' faces on UKIP promotional material, Godfrey on his usual form would have jokily turned the tables in pointing out what indeed could be considered the anti-'white' racism of Crick's facile jibe. Instead, Crowther's immediately preceding actions rendered Bloom completely out of character in a humourless rather angry funk, in the mood in effect to lampoon the UKIP leadership's adoption of what amounts to a defence of PC.
     People in general are bored rigid and mightily pissed off with endless PC bollocks, so Godfrey Bloom, albeit ham-fistedly, represents much more the sort of political character they want to see. A Boris minus the Bullingdon Club toffy well-connectedness. Surely it will be a short-lived withdrawal of the UKIP whip. Let's hope that less Godfrey than the UKIP leadership reflect on a faux-pas that in impact was more their making.

Tuesday, September 10, 2013


Rape show trials: DPP Keir Starmer should resign for the malicious prosecution of Michael Le Vell

The malicious prosecution of the Coronation Street actor, Michael La Vell, should result in the sacking of the ever stupid Director of Public Prosecutions, Keir Starmer, for presiding over 'show trials' that are what we now have in rape and sexual abuse cases. The justice system is now shown to be completely politically compromised by the now hegemonic new religion of PC: PC-fascism, indeed.
     There was absolutely zero evidence of any kind against La Vell; not even a smidgen of circumstantial evidence. There was, therefore, no basis whatsoever of a trial. He was, simply, male. That was his crime.
     What we have here is the assumption that any putative victim – any accuser – must at all times and in all circumstances be believed, with the accused assumed to be guilty.
     The CPS' behaviour is made still worse, and particularly so, when you consider that the accuser had attended an event which was all too obviously likely to provoke a 'false memory' of child sexual abuse, and this was evident immediately upon her return home from the event. It is beyond belief that the CPS ignored this and nevertheless went ahead.
     We are still in the bizarre hysterical world of the entirely bogus 'satanic ritual sex abuse' cases of two decades ago, that the media and the judiciary and social work profession were all fully taken in by, but which turned out to be 100% nonsense. Now, however, there is no need for the stark anti-male prejudice to be dressed up in some way. Any male is fair game.
     The proportion of rape allegations to police that are false is conservatively 35% – see previous posts re this – but likely to be far higher. On this basis there should be the very opposite concern by the CPS: to ensure that trials go forward only when there is very clear evidence to justify it. There must be a large number of men wrongly convicted by juries who accept circumstantial instead of actual evidence; such is the hysteria over rape and sexual abuse.
     Celebrity combined with police/media trawling is very well known to be the toxic mix that leads to multiple complainants coming forward who on no basis are simply assumed to cross-corroborate each other. Shit multiplied by x amount of similar shit = shit. It does not = evidence. This is why we have the current nonsense of the Rolf Harris case and those of several other celebrities, and what happened in Portugal simultaneously to that nation's principal TV anchor and leader of the main centre-left political party. Both were convicted and served four years in jail before it was realised there was no evidence at all against them, and their convictions were quashed.
     Michael La Vell should sue the CPS and police for malicious prosecution.
     The obscenity of automatic assumption of male guilt will appear to our descendants as an absolutely astonishing travesty for what is supposed to be a civilised society. The  Salem witch trials revisited.

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