Sunday, August 05, 2007

Absolute Moral Authority Update

In so far as we're not allowed to question even their loopiest comments, lest we be accused of questioning the authenticity of their suffering, freaks like Doreen Lawrence perform a useful social function in letting us know what Libs would say, if they thought they could get away with it. Take the question of supposed 'anti-racism' - Liberals would rather get a job in the private sector than admit there was anything Orwellian about it, but then we get comments like this from Doreen Lawrence:
"[Boris Johnson] felt that people should be entitled to say what they want. It sounds to me that what he believes is that because something is said and done in private it is acceptable, but clearly it can never be acceptable to hold those views."
No room for misquote there then. Merely having the wrong views should be a crime (unfortunately, we never hear what kind of sentence she thinks would be appropriate).

Still, in so far as having the wrong views should now be an offence, I'm wondering what Mrs Moral Authority thinks should be done about those who try and stir up racial hatred with insane conspiracy theories ?

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