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The insanity of political correctness : Comments

By Warwick Marsh, published 17/3/2017

Sadly, Bill Leake died of a heart attack two days after his final speech.

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AJ Philips, you say: "The world is better off without toxic people."

Agreed.

Go jump.
Posted by calwest, Sunday, 19 March 2017 11:18:32 AM
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Dear calwest,

You first!
Posted by Foxy, Sunday, 19 March 2017 11:24:53 AM
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Armchair Critic,

I did slightly regret what I wrote after I posted it. But the sheer orgy of grief around here was getting a bit much for me. And the longer it went on, the bigger the elephant in the room grew.

Who knows? If the feigned and hypocritical outrage didnít ensue, I might have even taken back what I said. But after it did, I thought, ďPhuket, now thatís a place Iíd like to go. Iíll dig my heels in instead.Ē

Speaking of hypocrisy, I had a look back at some of the comments on the articles discussing Gough Whitlam around the time he died, and sure enough, there were several there cheering on his death. Worse still, not one righty got in there and gave the gloaters a dressing down. So I donít accept any criticism for what I said, and Iíll be keeping an eye out for the responses that follow the inevitable deaths of prominent lefties in the future.

Thanks for the links on the evolution of homosexuality. Iíll have a look at what they say and then check their sources, and their sources, and their sourcesÖ I hope you do the same. If my need to defend my actions dies down, Iíll probably even get back to you at some point on what I think of them.

At the end of the day, though, it doesnít really make a difference if homosexuality is natural or not (assuming we could even agree on a definition of Ďnaturalí), because it says nothing about the rightness or goodness of a given phenomenon. It could be argued that even rape is natural, but that doesnít make it a good thing. Hence the fallaciousness of appealing to nature.

By the way, Iím still annoyed about you leaving me here somewhere in the mountains of India alone with old Sandeep. Itís really awkward. He just sits there on his bed staring blankly at the wall, with those flies buzzing around his head. I wave my hand in front of his face and he doesnít even flinch. I hope heís not dead.
Posted by AJ Philips, Sunday, 19 March 2017 12:32:34 PM
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Hey AJ Philips,

Quote>>Who knows? If the feigned and hypocritical outrage didnít ensue, I might have even taken back what I said. But after it did, I thought, ďPhuket, now thatís a place Iíd like to go. Iíll dig my heels in instead.Ē<<

Fair enough, I probably do the same thing at times..

I didn't check the source before I commented earlier, but it seems the 'gay frog' study goes back to Tyrone Hayes at UC Berkeley.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tyrone_Hayes
Some info on Wikipedia, I didn't read it all, just checked he was a real person.

I get most of my info from radio talk shows, youtube channels and some alternative media websites.
When I hear about a new story I usually look up the online article and check it out, often I try to look for the source of the article, but not always; sometimes I just rely on the infomation I'm given by the talk show hosts I mostly trust.
Some I trust more than others, and occasionally they do get it wrong.

I think that article actually states homosexuality occurs naturally in 450 species, and I wasn't making a comment for or against homosexuality but simply out point that there are known ways to 'chemically' turn gay and feminise male animals; and quite possibly humans as well.

And I did actually check the flights to Mumbai, Lol.
I couldn't find any flight 'two-zero-niner' stopping in Singapore departing at 4:45;
Only a Emirates flight at 4:30 stopping in Dubai.
I tried to think up something smart to say but I couldn't think of anything...
Posted by Armchair Critic, Sunday, 19 March 2017 1:37:00 PM
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