The sick joke of political correctness. Credlin and Donnelly

Peta Credlin talks to Kevin Donnelly about his book on the debilitating impact of political correctness.  A nasty development, so many parents have gone woke it is often left to grandparents to talk sense to children who have been brainwashed at school.

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15 Responses to The sick joke of political correctness. Credlin and Donnelly

  1. Muddy

    The Narrative is your family now, young Rafe. Leave your incubators behind; their job is done. The Narrative will mould you into the clone you are destined to be. There is a place for you in The Narrative, and a place for The Narrative in you. Power-down until you are summoned. The Program begins.

  2. Chris M

    PC has it’s origins in Marxism. Actually it’s just a nice name for telling a lie, or in some cases only a part truth (deliberate obfuscation). And the father of all liars including Marx is Satan: John 8v44 “He was a murderer from the beginning, and abode not in the truth, because there is no truth in him. When he speaketh a lie, he speaketh of his own: for he is a liar, and the father of it”

  3. struth

    The term political correctness describes , and is itself, a marxist lie.

  4. mem

    PC has it’s origins in Marxism. Actually it’s just a nice name for telling a lie, or in some cases only a part truth (deliberate obfuscation).

    The term political correctness describes , and is itself, a marxist lie.

    Yes, this makes so much sense. I have never been comfortable with any sort of pc, even when it first started to emerge in bureaucratic language enforcement i.e. manhole becoming person hole and chairman becoming chairperson.

  5. I gave my nephew a stern lecture about why it is silly to mock Donald Trump, a billionaire, married to a model and who is the President of the USA, a “loser”.

    The media want my nephew to idolise Adam Schiff and Bill Shorten.

    Not on my watch.

  6. mem

    I gave my nephew a stern lecture about why it is silly to mock Donald Trump, a billionaire, married to a model and who is the President of the USA, a “loser”.

    The media want my nephew to idolise Adam Schiff and Bill Shorten.

    Not on my watch.

    Frank should get the quote of the week! I think I might use that myself.

  7. struth

    If it is about controlling or banning speech it is a cultural Marxist attack on freedom.

    Once you allow a speed limit on a road that had no limit, the authoritarian left will continue to lower it until you can’t move.

  8. Dr Fred Lenin

    What about political incongruity , you can be prosecuted for stubbing out a cigarette on the used sharps box in toilets , you will be chastised if you light a cigarette after you self inject in a government shoot up room ,the lack of balance amongst the pc mob is breathtaking . Are they really so stupid and unaware ?

  9. Dr Fred Lenin

    Oe thing I like about pc is being able to call the lawyers who help enforce it ,”lawtradespersons “ rolls offf the tongue doesnt it ?
    Lawtradesoffice , the lawtradespersons society of Vicrtoria . Take the piss out of them mock the bastards ,they hate people laughing at their pretentious arrogance .k

  10. nb

    Muddy at #3242411, posted on November 22, 2019 at 10:30 pm:
    ‘The Narrative is your family now, young Rafe … ‘

    struth at #3242681, posted on November 23, 2019 at 8:59 am
    ‘Once you allow a speed limit on a road that had no limit, the authoritarian left will continue to lower it until you can’t move.’

    Frank Walker from National Tiles at #3242648, posted on November 23, 2019 at 8:23 am
    ‘Not on my watch.’

    I love blog comments. Feedback, more generally, is one of the most important aspects of the internet. What is ebay without ratings?

  11. Arrogance perhaps, but anyone from English or British heritage, or their former colonies (and arguably all of Europe) since the counter reformation, specifically for us, since Henry VIII’s decline in physical and mental health, has been ruled by lawyers as a new class of aristocracy since then – basically around 1540.

    The warrior class more or less lost their influence after Richard III died. Henry VII started off as a conquering restorer of the Lancastrians and ended up as an efficient, miserly, greedy king who needed “excellent” public servants.

    As Arles was incorporated into the Holy Roman Empire and traded back to Louis XI, then the Netherlands was split back into the Empire and Edward IV made peace with France – they lawyers then over the next 60 to 80 years then took over gradually but surely from the battle hardened Earls and Marquesses.

    As the barons lost their power in several bouts with the Crown [William I, Henry III, Cromwell I & II and Baron Rich of Leez] (and control of what functioned as local, Crown and High Courts today in England), the civil service full of lawyers took over) – but also as the church and chancellor lost their power. Hence why there is a court of chancery, or a still separate equity division in NSW.

    Laywers now operate in semi-hereditary aristocratic families now, in most common law countries. They certainly do in Australia.

    The Street family have possessed power like the Mortimers or Howards once had in England.

    You can also say Richard, Baron Rich of Leez, first of his name was the founder of the lawtradespersons dynastic conglomerate.

    This is also why of course, in part, why we have too many laws and are over governed. This is like chickens voting for turkey to be served up at thanksgiving.

  12. Lee

    I gave my nephew a stern lecture about why it is silly to mock Donald Trump, a billionaire, married to a model and who is the President of the USA, a “loser”.

    The president of the U.S.A., the most powerful man in the world and a multi-billionaire “a loser”?

    Yeah, right., I’d love to be “a loser” then!

  13. Chris M

    I gave my nephew a stern lecture about why it is silly to mock Donald Trump, a billionaire, married to a model and who is the President of the USA, a “loser”.

    Good for you Frank. I’d be curious he explanation if you asked him why he defined DJT that way.

    Interestingly the expression ‘loser’ is used extensively in the Quran to describe non-Moslems. Not sure if that was the origin of the put down.

  14. I much prefer the term “cultural Marxism” to PC

  15. Old Lefty

    Lawtradespersons is still sexist, cisgender etc. Shouldn’t it be lawtradesperoffsprings? Agree or I’ll report you to the Huperoffspring Rights Commission!

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