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“Nobody Can Blame You For Beating Your Wife If It’s Out Of Love”
Four pathetic dregs of penishood dominate the news waves – the new ‘I’m a celebrity get the wankers out of here’ host Trump, his once partner in crime Flynn, that fascist nutter Jong-un, and the clueless here-today-soon-gone-tomorrow Nuttall. What a wonderful world. How proud am I of my sex? Men and power. One day I’ll write a book about it. Oh, wait a bit…I already have.
Furthermore, in the:
Journalist Simon Jenkins Says Being Old White Man ‘Like Being A Black Person 20 Or 30 Years Ago’
Sir Simon Jenkins mocked for defence of ‘pale, stale males’.
15/12/2016 Jack Sommers Assistant News Editor
Sir Simon Jenkins, who used to edit The Times and The Evening Standard, was mocked as he also argued black woman were better positioned than anyone else to secure top jobs.
The 73-year-old began in his piece:
“I am hideously white, and not a man but ‘male’. Being over 50, I suffer the added failing of being disgustingly old. Such are the routine humiliations of my group,
“In choosing ‘pale, stale males’ (PSMs) for ritual contempt, identity politics has found a target that it hopes will confess its ‘guilt’. More recently the epithet ‘failed’ has been added to explain the Brexit/Trump voters.
“These PSMs are further damned by being uneducated ‘left-behinders’, and therefore also dumb. They were thought so dumb it was suggested they vote again on Brexit, for having got it wrong first time.”
Later on Thursday, he went on Talk Radio to expand upon his views.
He told host Sam Delaney that he is trying to fight “hypocrisy” of political correctness and how it was acceptable to attack certain groups, particularly older people.
He condemned Greg Dyke, the former BBC director general, for saying the corporation was “hideously white” in 2001.
Jenkins said: “If you take sports like boxing or sprinting which are dominated by black people. We wouldn’t dream of saying ‘they’re hideously black’.”
He also said: “If you’re looking at selection for NGOs and important jobs and so on, the best thing you can possibly be is a black woman. You just slide into it.”
Delaney put it to him that black women were likely “to have suffered because of their race, gender or background more than your average, middle class, middled-aged white bloke has”.
Jenkins said he agreed and Delaney, 41, asked whether Jenkins felt like he was “part of a group that has been persecuted or discriminated against”.
Jenkins said: “No, though I have to say, as you get older, and I’m a bit older than you, as you get older, you suddenly notice that people just sort of dismiss what you said or don’t invite you to something or don’t ask your opinion because you’re old. It’s awful. You’re old.
“Until you get older you don’t really realise it. I do sometimes feel a bit like what it must have been like to be a black person 20 or 30 years ago.”
Delaney interrupted: “Wow. Really?”
He pointed out Jenkins’ column in a national newspaper was trending on social media, “a young person’s medium”. “The idea you’re not being listened to probably sounds a bit rich to some people listening,” Delaney said.
Jenkins continued: “I can think of specific examples of things I used to be invited to that I’m no longer invited to. A lot of my contemporaries say to me exactly what I just said.
“I just speaking out for people, over 60, perfectly competent and intelligent, vast experience who are gradually eased out of the commentariat.”
Political journalist Adam Bienkov was listening and tweeted out Jenkins’ comments.
Really? Surely you jest Mr Jenkins. Perhaps some of us require specimens who will respect. Who will engage brain over penis. Who will consider how their position might dictate for decades to come the way our young perceive ‘men’. And how they themselves might then behave both to women and children, even, due to the examples set and the global standing of their new found modern ‘leaders’. Most of these are white. Middle aged. Often older. In positions of power, or so-called ‘celebrities’. And male, FFS. Perhaps, therefore, it is difficult to ascend from the swamp we find ourselves in, dominated as we are by such endless crap bulletins. Yes we can switch it all off, but in this increasingly dominating social media hyped up age, forever glorifying in such nonsense, it is far more difficult.
How some long for intelligence, integrity and equality: