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    Pithily expressed, considering his usual cheerleading for the bien pensant left. Is the writing on the wall for cultural Marxism (political correctness)?

    The universities, left press, and the arts characterise the English middle-class as Mail-reading misers, who are sexist, racist and homophobic to boot. Meanwhile, they characterise the white working class as lardy Sun-reading slobs, who are, since you asked, also sexist, racist and homophobic. The national history is reduced to one long imperial crime, and the notion that the English are not such a bad bunch with many strong radical traditions worth preserving is rejected as risibly complacent. So tainted and untrustworthy are they that they must be told what they can say and how they should behave.

    What truth there is in the caricature is lost amid the accompanying hypocrisy. The intellectual left deplores racism but uses “white” as an insult. It lambasts the sexism of the right, but stays silent as Labour candidates run meetings where Muslim women’s inferiority is confirmed by stewards who usher them into segregated seating .
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    (Original post by thesabbath)
    Pithily expressed, considering his usual cheerleading for the bien pensant left. Is the writing on the wall for cultural Marxism (political correctness)?



    http://www.theguardian.com/commentis...hating-english
    Bloody hell; you know things are bad when even The Guardian is admitting this (which everyone else has been saying for years mind you).
 
 
 
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