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Flat White

The long adolescence of Clementine Ford

10 June 2020

1:07 PM

10 June 2020

1:07 PM

I hate mobs so I feel guilty criticising Clementine Ford. It’s hard, though, to feel sympathy for her. She’s a middle-aged woman who acts like an ill-bred teenager who’s never read a history book, at least one that would broaden her mind. The world could be in flames and she’d be spouting ideological nonsense.

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