Thursday, February 24, 2011
However he recently denounced Bill Aitken, a Conservative MSP, in terms of pseudo outrage for having made the politically incorrect but surely factual remark that women who are not prostitutes are likely, on balance, to be more traumatised by forced sex than those who are. If anybody wishes to dispute that please do but they should produce some evidence or at the very least believable line of reasoning rather than merely assert that it it must be so because it is politically incorrect.
I put up a post saying that there was some hypocrisy in denouncing a simple remark on the grounds that it showed insufficient respect for prostitutes while censoring even the very mention of our government's complicity in sex slavery. In this case it was clearly on topic.
It got censored.
There is therefore no question that Jeff 's post was not, in the slightest degree, motivated by concern for the victims. It was simply a cheap attack on somebody purely for being a Conservative politician. Jeff himself has clearly, entirely deliberately, censored to promote sex slavery and child rape (also genocide but that is off topic).
If this is the highest standard of integrity one may expect from even the most thoughtful members of the eco-fascist "left" and clearly it is, there are no circumstances whatsoever under which any of them can be worthy of any respect.