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Flat White

Colourful writing must die to protect the feelings of the rich and vacuous

21 December 2022

6:00 AM

21 December 2022

6:00 AM

The pearl-clutching hypocrites were up in arms this week about a colourful writer and media commentator being exactly that, a colourful writer and media commentator…

Apparently, we need much much more censorship to protect us from mean words.

The rich masses of the West have been indulging their newfound love for nanny-state governments and general hatred of fat, old, straight, white blokes by condemning UK television presenter and columnist Jeremy Clarkson for comments he made about Meghan Markle.

This happened just as my kind-hearted teenage daughter had succeeded in convincing me I ought to have some tiny speck of sympathy for Meghan, given...

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