Although the phrase cancel culture is a recent addition to the lexicon of lunacy, it has been with us for a long time. One could argue that William Tyndale was cancelled for heresy in 1536, although even most of today’s self-appointed censors would draw the line at executing heretics. Most, but by no means all. […]
Similarly with Zoora Shah, the mother of the Labour MP Naz Shah. The Wikipedia entry for Naz Shah says: “When she was 20, her mother was convicted of the murder of her partner, who had sexually and physically abused her for over a decade, and served 7 years in prison”. No, twice no, and thrice […]
Do you use Wikipedia? Often when you search for a subject on Google, a Wikipedia entry will be top of the resulting list, but that doesn’t mean it is a reliable source. If you are looking for the date of an historical event, brief biographical details of some famous person, data about geography, the solar […]
Another UK pressure group that is totally shameless in its lies and distortions is the Fawcett Society, which claims to campaign for equality for women, read special privileges for women, financial and otherwise. Like most feminist organisations, the Fawcett Society throws around statistics with gay abandon as though, devoid of context, they actually mean something.
A previous article discussed gaslighting by the mainstream media. This one discusses the way the grievance industry and pressure groups in general mislead the public. The mainstream media is often complicit in this by giving these damned liars unwarranted publicity or failing to ask any critical questions.