Tuesday, June 20, 2017

THE RED PILL AINT A PLACEBO.


It is the title of a current film that is being targeted by social justice warriors intent on over the top suppression.

A few years ago a lefty mate insisted I read a since widely panned socialist inspired propaganda entitled "The Spirit Level".
The published effort of a couple of academics Richardson and Pickett,  was lauded as the answer to the modern mirage that goes by the generic term "inequality" in its many guises.
Such published texts even as flawed as The Spirit Level do have value in the presenting of debate  topics but only if  countering efforts are able to be considered.
Published eight years ago on 'inequality' that theory has become a mantra for those who wish their agenda to gain traction,  much the papers claims have been overtaken by a world revolution that has seen millions lifted from abject poverty, poverty that was real, stinking, often fatal and too often perpetrated by war lords and dictators with no wish to share their wealth accumulation schemes.

There has been a disturbing recent trend emerging that sees opinions, seen as counter to established modern academic consensus, however flawed in the minds of skeptics, being silenced in various degrees particularly in universities, often including violence, where history had long traditions of encouraging dissenting views, many proved by the passage of time to have been remarkably prescient.
One such official supression could have been the words of a leading intellect of the UK conservatives in his 1960 era "River of Blood" speech inspired by a deeply held conviction of the possible danger to his country's traditions from immigration policies. Widely condemned, imho, that speech saw its author treated as a pariah and subsequent events might have been avoided or as a minimum much reduced, had his views been treated as worthy of serious discussion and not as his peers of the time decided, to have valid views consigned to file thirteen.
Another topic being treated by bullying and statist manipulation as an alternative to wider debate, could be AGW and the one world government fixation with wealth transfers in a rather ethereal response to the concept that human activity is a driver of global temperature increase.

In 2016  a young feminist set out to make a documentary on men's rights, a journey that saw preconceptions dismantled, funding barriers, and widespread condemnation by media and academia.
Cassie Jaye was of sterner stuff and she prevailed with her largely self funded 117 minute film now available on blue ray, utube and other platforms. Currently in Straya she has been brutalised by The ABC and Chanel seven's Sunrise program using the current excuse for journalistic probity that involves  stacked panels and hostile studio audiences used in destructive efforts in denigration.
Whaleoil last evening under a heading "Fake News Australia" put up a video on the two talking heads from Sunrise in full cry and it turns out on investigation that the male bozo leading the assault had not even viewed the documentary.
Worse he outright lied in his promoting a fairy story that he had been unable to access a copy.
Lies that Jaye destroyed on the (Andrew) Bolt Report with evidence.

Now I have not viewed Jaye's cinematic effort but what I understand from some basic research that has me believing her treatment from many who oppose her rights to publish, there is a serious denial of basic rights of free speech involved.
Worse, under current practise, that stance is accepted by many who should know better but sadly seem protected by a Mafia style Omerta led by the billion dollar a year ABC in its anti liberal agenda.

2 comments:

Ciaron said...

The debacle that pretended to be an interview on "Weekend Sunrise" should see Andrew O'Keef relegated to Deal or no Deal, or better yet, a DCM.

select coverage:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MvBqt1Eotm0
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WDGm9Y-91i4
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NqS8ft79PPQ

Jobson Growth said...

gravedodger, "One such official supression could have been the words of a leading intellect of the UK conservatives in his 1960 era "River of Blood" speech inspired by a deeply held conviction of the possible danger to his country's traditions from immigration policies. Widely condemned, imho, that speech saw its author treated as a pariah and subsequent events might have been avoided or as a minimum much reduced, had his views been treated as worthy of serious discussion and not as his peers of the time decided, to have valid views consigned to file thirteen."

From the time of the speech, 20 April 1968 until 6 July 2005, how many terrorist attacks were carried out by "Commonwealth immigrants and their descendants"? Remember, Powell was projecting out to 2000.