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Flat White

When journos join the thought police, God help us

3 December 2019

12:04 PM

3 December 2019

12:04 PM

Is 2019 the death of satire?  Because it’s most definitely the death of comedy.  A comedian’s role used to be to push boundaries — reflecting our flaws back to us via humour but wokeism has destroyed that.

Laughing at ourselves was once used as a balm, however now we require permission from the perpetually offended and magisterial Left. 

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