rod mclaughlin

The Guardian shows its true colours (03 jul 16...10 jul 16)

Since the so-called liberal elite lost the vote on UK independence from the European Union on the night of 23rd June 2016, it has conducted a non-stop barrage of denial, resentment, and outright hatred against the winning side, and all who voted for it. In the van has been the Guardian, “the world's leading liberal voice”. Here are a few of the articles it has published on the subject:

Britain needs to talk about the R-word: racism

Racism is not only the preserve of the dispossessed

After a campaign scarred by bigotry, it’s become OK to be racist in Britain

Racist incidents feared to be linked to Brexit result

'Britain is a poorer, crueller country'

'The people of the Welsh town voted against their own interests'

Scotland rejected the mantra of fear and loathing

The twin curse of masculinity and male-dominated politics helped create Brexit

This last article is particularly revealing. It criticises “masculinity”, while denouncing a poster which hints that most of the “refugees” from the Middle East, North Africa and Afghanistan are men, not women and children, as the media have led us to believe. The poster implicitly encourages us to defend women [1] and girls [2] against the dangers posed by many of the men from backward Islamic cultures. So the author doesn't quite mean what she says. She denounces the imaginary male-dominated culture of the West, but wants to give in to the real male-dominated cultures of the East. It's not that she's misandrist, she's not even consistent about it. She's not anti-male, so much as anti-white, anti-Western, anti-working class, and if the word “liberal” means anything, anti-liberal.

1. New Year's Eve sexual assaults in Germany, December 31st 2015, retrieved July 3rd, 2016:

2. Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Exploitation in Rotherham (1997 – 2013), published 21st August 2014, retrieved July 3rd, 2016:



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