Ripping apart the fabric of society

Oh God, I’m having a bit of a day of it today. Having written about the terrifying and depressing situation in Telford, UK, I then came across this video from my hero, Paul Joseph Watson.

I am really lucky. I am married to a leftie, and we manage to joke about our different political beliefs, but we never argue about it. Every election day, we quip about how we might as well not bother to go and vote, seeing that we cancel each other out anyway. I always go and vote though, just in case he forgets. He always goes to vote too, probably for exactly the same reason. My son is a leftie. We have interesting conversations, but we don’t fall out about it. I tell people I write for Whaleoil. My workmates refer to me as a ‘political blogger’ – probably a title which I don’t quite measure up to. But nobody cares, and some people find it amusing. My husband reads Whaleoil. But he’d never admit it to anyone other than me.

I do try to be respectful of other people’s views though. I have a lot of leftie friends, and I respect them all. I understand that we may not all agree on everything, but we can still be friends, no matter what. And my leftie friends all behave in exactly the same way. We may tease each other a bit, but we are still friends. I wouldn’t want it any other way.

“If you are married to a Trump supporter – divorce him” – from Harpers Bazaar. Really? Bizarre, more like.

Paul Joseph Watson says all this hysteria is media driven. I cannot disagree with that, being someone who disengaged with the mainstream media a long time ago. But the really chilling thing is that the last example I can think of where this type of behaviour resulted in a disaster was Rwanda, where men were divorcing or even murdering their wives because they were Hutu (or Tutsi). We all know where Rwanda ended up: in a terrible civil war where people who had been family and friends tore each other apart. We won’t mention Golly G at this point because she wasn’t part of the instigation. She was only part of the defence of the people that instigated such hate against family and friends.

Is it really coming to this in our ‘civilised’ world now?

As night follows day, if it is happening in America, it is only a matter of time before it happens here. Paul Joseph Watson mentions that Brexit has caused similar family rifts. I have family in the UK: my brothers and sister, and their families. The brother in the north voted for Brexit. The brother in the south voted Remain. My sister won’t say how she voted. But they all had a lovely New Year together, so I have seen no blunderbusses at dawn so far. But maybe we are just lucky.

All of this is terrifying, mainly; here I go again because we have seen it all before. We are already seeing free speech being shut down, on college campuses and in other forums. Those who play the politically correct game: Justin Trudeau comes to mind; find themselves in political positions where they achieve nothing, because virtue signalling takes over everything else. Europe is in crisis because everyone is terrified to be accused of being racist. We are laying ourselves open to crime, abuse: and all for what? Because your partner or neighbour doesn’t vote the same way as you?

As Paul Joseph Watson rightly says, this must stop. Now. It has to stop before we find ourselves in a situation over which all control has been lost, and the lunatics have taken over.

Sadly, I think we are almost there now.

 


Do you want:

  • Ad-free access?
  • Access to our very popular daily crossword?
  • Access to daily sudoku?
  • Access to Incite Politics magazine articles?
  • Access to podcasts?
  • Access to political polls?

Our subscribers’ financial support is the reason why we have been able to offer our latest service; Audio blogs. 

Click Here  to support us and watch the number of services grow.

Accountant. Boring. Loves tax. Needs to get out more. Loves the environment, but hates the Greens. Has been called a dinosaur. Wears it with pride.

38%