Step by step Britain changes. Nobody asked the public if we want such changes.

“…So it is that again and again in modern Britain, whether it is on huge issues such as blasphemy and foreign policy or comparatively minor issues such as the setting of exam dates it is representatives of the most unaccommodating faiths – usually the Islamic faith – who demand the most accommodations and concessions from the rest of society.”

  • Etobicoke_Gladiator

    It’s not what Muslims can do to integrate into the UK, it’s what the UK can do to accommodate its Muslims. *sigh*

    • Inviting a supremacist cult to settle was a bad decision made worse by the evil decision of our elites to silence criticisim of Islamic immigration.

      Across the western world the elites realize their culpability for this unfolding disaster and seek to protect themselves by criminalizing citizens who speak out.

      • Etobicoke_Gladiator

        Absolutely 100% correct!

        It’s like covering up one lie with another lie, and then a slightly bigger lie to cover that one up, and so on ad infinitum. *sigh*

  • ellake

    “MInorities must adapt to our ways” but unfortunately it is the Brits who adapt (like changing the exam time for GSCE to accommodate Muslim children fasting for Ramadan)
    btw. here is good youtube clip about cultural marxism
    and the translation of guide distributed to employees of Swedish TV, which is soo similar to what CBC is doing.

    • Thanks Ellake!

    • Etobicoke_Gladiator

      Excellent summary with appropriate examples. Just watched the entire clip. Thanks for posting!

      Having said that, I’m not sure the original critical school theorists would necessarily approve of the application and practice of their theories as manifested in the US and elsewhere today. I think Adorno is a fascinating thinker when writing about music, for example, and each member of the so-called Frankfurt School has their own specific focus, whether Horkheimer or Adorno or Marcuse and so forth.

      Just my two cents. 🙂

      Frankly, I imagine that Newspeak is just as influential!

      • kkruger71

        But isn’t that true of almost all left-wing thought? I can think of almost no examples of left-leaning policies that didn’t end up with large “unforeseen” consequences, at least officially. Only those that have openly admitted their desire to hurt the real target of their policies (i.e. openly man-hating feminists) have been seen to be happy with the final results of their work. All the rest come up with excuses and say the policies just need “a bit of tinkering”, “it wasn’t implemented correctly”, “it will have issues until everyone gets on board”, etc.
        I believe part of the reason people tend to be more conservative as they get older is wisdom and perspective, but also because they see stuff they pushed through in their teens and 20s and the damage it’s done in the 10-20-30 years since. Many just can’t bring themselves to admit publicly, or even to themselves, how wrong they were.

        • Etobicoke_Gladiator

          It is most likely true for all/most of thought generally, left or center or right. In any case, I once upon a time enjoyed the Frankfurt School as literature and cultural criticism – not serious political theory – but again to emphasize that’s just my two cents.

          Newspeak and Orwell’s 1984 may be proving more relevant than critical theory in the long run, in my humble opinion, and European and North American governments and many levels are implementing aspects of this dystopia. 🙂

          • kkruger71

            I agree with it being on both sides, and maybe part of the reason I see it more on the left is I tend to agree with the right wing policies, but I think a true examination of longer-term effects would show far more and far larger negative “unforeseen” consequences on left policies.

            Dealing with Newspeak has been at the forefront of my chosen battles since the late 80s, unfortunately it has only ramped up speed since then. It is hardly shocking that it has become the preferred approach taken. I can’t even count the number of issues where any debate against it hasn’t been met with “But your looking at it the wrong way”, employment equity policies on the NDP being one of the earliest examples where I heard that all the time. “It’s not about discriminating against white men, it’s about helping minorities and women.” With the Newspeak version of discrimination only being able to be applied as something whites/men can do and never be the victim of, it effectively removes the argument.

            I remember back in high school our teacher had us debate which was more realistic to have happen, 1984 or Brave New World. I don’t think anyone at the time thought to combine the two.

          • Etobicoke_Gladiator

            All valid points. I am quite conservative, too, on most/all issues that is tempered with a libertarian streak that colours my thinking about politics and numerous other topics.

            We’re both old enough to remember countless examples of Newspeak and the introduction of zany new words introduced by our “superiors” at school, government, and even the private sector.

            Interesting re: Huxley since of course he published his novel before Hitler took power. Anyhow… off to eat soma and go for yet another soma-break…! 🙂

  • Alain

    I remain more concerned about Canada following the same road, just not yet as far along the road. That we have not a single politician of any stripe exposing the elephant in the room should concern us. The UK has such people who of course are under attack by the state and the Left, and the United States have Trump. Trump is a first but is doing the job of forcing into the open everything the establishment and leftists want hidden.

  • Xavier

    Europe has intentionally contracted Islam and there is no cure short of eradicating the disease entirely – a step that won’t even be considered until it is far too late.