Wednesday, 6 June 2012

Peter Hitchens

On 21 June 2008, Peter Hitchens said this in The Daily Mail:

"This is the most revolutionary government since Oliver Cromwell, dedicated to overthrowing the moral, social and cultural order of this country…

The truth is, and I know it because i was a sixties Trotskyist myself, that the Blair-Brown Labour party is crammed full of unreformed revolutionaries. That’s why the MI5 files of that era have been so zealously destroyed.

I tried to obtain my own docket and was refused on feeble grounds. The fact is that mine went in the incinerator along with Peter Mandelson’s, John Reid’s and many others...

But now you don’t have to take my word for it. Last week, my lonely warnings were confirmed in an astonishing public statement by Tony McNulty, Minister of State at the Home Office… Believing that everyone there was a Leftist like him, he tried to win them over with these words: 'I know it’s terribly hard to believe but I USED TO BE RADICAL MYSELF… LIKE A LOT OF GOVERNMENT, I’M AN EX-TROT’…

Looking at the bland, prosperous faces of the Parliamentary Labour Party I see my generation, the ones who between about 1965 and 1975 LEARNED TO LOATHE PATRIOTISM, THE ARMED FORCES, PROPER POLICING, PROPER SCHOOLS, TRADITIONAL RELIGION, MARRIAGE, THE MONARCHY and all the other things that ‘alternative’ comedians are paid handsomely to sneer at on the BBC.

What a conformist bunch we were. And how hard we were on anyone who broke ranks… TROTSKY WOULD HAVE APPROVED".

Check out Trotsky Would have approved

In 1998, the Policing and Reducing Crime Unit published the document, Sex Offending Against Children: Understanding The Risk.

On page 14 of this Home Office document, this is said:
"Approximately 20 to 33 per cent of child sexual abuse is homosexual in nature."
Thirteen years later, in 2011, Dr Hans-Christian Raabe was sacked from the Advisory Council on the Misuse of Drugs (nothing to do with the sexual abuse of children) for holding views that coincided with the officially sanctioned truth espoused above.

That's how far down the PC road we are now. More from Peter Hitchens on this nasty, little tale of the times here.

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