Guess who’s excluded from the inclusion brigade? That’s right, conservatives

Jan 10, 2018 by

by David Kurten, TCW: ‘Inclusion’ is the new buzzword of the progressive Left. It is the latest in a long line of words intended to programme the public into accepting the victim narratives of post-modern Marxism, while simultaneously disarming anyone who disagrees with the progressive agenda. It...

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Equal outcomes have replaced equality of opportunity

Nov 7, 2017 by

by Margaret Wente, Globe & Mail: How do Canada’s universities stack up against the world’s best? The answer is: Meh. Maybe a handful rank among the global top 100. How many Nobel winners have we produced lately? Better not to ask. But excellence is not the point of universities...

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Cultural Marxism and its discontents

Nov 6, 2017 by

by Robert Knight, Washington Times: The deadly Islamic terrorist truck attack in New York City on Halloween exposed a caldron of issues, from national security to immigration policy. But it’s about much more than that. The attack and its aftermath have shone a light on the left’s campaign to...

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Diversity and Doublethink

Oct 19, 2017 by

by Joseph Pearce, The Imaginative Conservative: The modern university’s idea of “diversity” excludes all dissident opinions to the one accepted definition of “diversity” which it “values”… We live in strange and ominous times in which coherence and cohesiveness have been replaced by newspeak and...

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Britain’s most PC PC faces ridicule for warning High Street shops that ‘feminine care’ signs on women’s sanitary products breach gender equality rules

Aug 13, 2017 by

from Mailonline: A police force was facing ridicule last night after a high-profile hate-crime officer warned High Street stores that ‘feminine care’ signs on women’s sanitary products breached gender equality rules. Sergeant Peter Allan was branded ‘meddlesome’ and ‘over-officious’ in an angry...

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The myth of a tolerant, inclusive Britain

Aug 11, 2017 by

by Bill Jamieson, The Scotsman: Today the new religion is diversity. We pride ourselves on our inclusiveness, our open-armed embrace of things with which we may not agree. Across the political and broadcasting realm, there seems a pathological need to reinforce at every turn our magnanimous...

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