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Luvvies, be careful what you wish for

15 September 2020

5:00 AM

15 September 2020

5:00 AM

The saying goes, “be careful what you wish for”. 

Most people want a fairer, nonjudgemental world for the future, but in reality when has the world ever been fair and nonjudgemental 

Everyone has faced some sort of discrimination in their life at some stage. 

The world we all live in now not only jumps at shadows but pro-actively looks for something that is just not there. 

This politically correct agenda is simply ensuring protection from future lawsuits that in the past would not have even passed the pub test, let alone to make it to a courtroom. 

Each generation wants to make it better for the one coming up behind.  

Whether it was the invention of the washing machine, the dryer, the fridge...

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