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    • Idreece Khan

      Thank you! 🙂

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  • nak

    Does the right of freedom of speech not also include this band of merry men and women?

    • Idreece Khan

      Of course, they have a right to protest, the point I was making is that they don’t represent the majority, also protest peacefully, the violence in the U.S. last week isn’t acceptable.

  • What I find immensely difficult to get my head around the is the sadly deluded segment of the left which loves to protest vehemently against any perceived slight they have against the loss of ‘free speech’ against them while then flipping on a coin to shut down the free speech of their opponents. It seems an entirely deluded way of living ones political life.

    I also dislike protests such as that in the image ‘end male violence’ why not protest to end all violence regardless of the gender initiating it. Is male violence bad? Of course it is. Is female violence bad? Of course it is.

    I think the commonly touted statistic at the moment is that more than 40% of domestic abuse victims are actually men so is that protest actually going to categorically ignore 40% of violence victims simply because of their gender?

    • Idreece Khan

      I agree Jamie, this is all about identity politics. Most of these people are fools, there is no such thing as male violence, men are not inherently bad, we need to look at each other as individuals and look at the content of each others character, not obsess over gender, race, ethnicity etc.

      • Indeed, i simply cannot respect any organisation that will so openly ignore a group of people based solely on their gender, that’s the exact opposite of what the equality movement is truly about.

        Men and women are equal and treatment to the two should be equal, if all you’re going to protest about though is the violence against women then i’m sorry to say but you don’t want equality at all, you instead want preferential privilege and quite frankly are simply petulant.