Friday, March 09, 2007

Another defining moment for the UK.

It seems we have had another defining moment in our society. Patrick Mercer was sacked yesterday. Read here.

Looked at in isolation it's not a big deal. Someone who made a statement that they believe is true and the higher ups, the ones in power, have decided that in this PC world we live in it's a NoNo and that person must be crushed without mercy.

Now of course people split on what is seen as an issue. On one side you have the PC bunch and their appeasers where any criticism is seen as an executable offence. In a way we are lucky that Capital Punishment no longer exists in the UK. if it did it would certainly be expanded to include any anti-PC activities. On the other we have a growing number of the general public who are getting fed up with all this PC nonsense and making their feelings known by going over to the BNP and such like.

All these little, truly insignificant things become major issues nowadays and the pendulum moves slightly towards the abyss.


At 12:11 pm, Blogger Jay.Mac said...

I really wasn't expecting this from the Conservative Party- seems they have completed their transformation into a Labour Party clone.

At 3:09 pm, Blogger Snafu said...

Doesn't his sacking prove his point that race can be used as a cover for idleness though!?!


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