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Silly liberals

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Re events in China this morning involving the death penalty, it is interesting to note that certain liberal publications (and the BBC) are claiming that people are outraged at what occured. However, if you read the forums (IE, what the man in the street has to say), there is little outrage, but plenty of sympathy for China. Why do liberals always come to the defence of crims who cost society so much? Furthermore, why do they keep on making excuses for the behavior of said crims? As the Chinese say, it is a deterrent. And deterrents work. Perhaps Reprieve and other organisations would like to focus on threats to the decent hard working law abiding people of this country and the world (of call creeds and cultures) who appear to be increasingly ignored? The point here is not this specific case, it is the fact these publications, organisations and individuals are wasting time on the wrong issue.


Fight back club: Try to avoid doing anything that profits the liberal media.


Written by Oflife

December 29, 2009 at 3:49 pm

Posted in Crime, Society

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  1. I personally wouldn’t use the “Liberal” card. True Liberalism is about freedom for everybody, and freedom is only achieved through Human Rights. Therefore, 100% true implementation of Human Rights leads to Freedom. Liberalism is for Freedom through Human Rights.

    The other thing is that:
    Liberal != Left
    (aka “Liberal” is not equal to “the Left”)

    As you know Alex. I am liberal, but I’m not the liberal that you mention in this post. I thought I should clear that up. If something/someone is really causing a problem to society then it/they are harming the rights of humans, and therefore it should be dealt with. It’s an entirely liberal perspective.

    Hope you don’t mind my comment 🙂

    Daniel Lewis

    January 20, 2010 at 4:35 pm

    • I understand and concur. I am really referring to those who tend to march around Oxford and (because it’s trendy) support causes that are really anti-freedom, family and common sense.

      Alex B

      January 20, 2010 at 4:40 pm

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