Damian O’Conner tells a few home truths about the Labour Party and we’ve got the usual pathetic whinging from the cultural Marxists. Not the least from prominent self professed “right wing” blogger David Farrar who whines piteously that-
“the way he (O’Connor) has gone about expressing it does him little credit.”
Oh wah wah bloody wah.
So O’Connor didn’t bother with a bunch of evasive euphemisms and the usual politically correct bullshit the cultural totalitarians like Farrar dictate, he just came out and said what he wanted to say. O’Connor’s forthrightness is refreshing and I say it does him a lot of credit.
Farrar is another social liberal who thinks that being a free marketer is all he needs to be to classify himself as “right wing”. Here he is prostrating himself to cultural Marxism, trying to control thought and speech flat out like a lizard drinking. These are leftist concepts and like so many other social liberals Mr. Farrar is confused about what party to be in. I think he should be in Labour, like so many of the other usual subjects flitting about the blogosphere thinking the ideals of economic liberalism they subscribe to give them credentials as “right wingers”. Then at least he might have some real means of controlling and limiting what words Damien O’Connor chooses to use.
They also think that buying into homosexual “liberation” propaganda makes them the epitome of liberal compassion and tolerance. While any vile smear can be made against Conservatives on Farrar’s blog, everyone knows that the easiest way to get demerits is to challenge politically correct dictates on homosexuality. In principle, he’s as bad as any damn communist dictator in this regard. Its the San Francisco syndrome, a reference to a city so ruined by the Progressives/ cultural Marxists its got one of the highest departure rates in the US.
Right wingers do not try and control what other people think or say. Our credo is leave people alone while reserving the right to judge, and we do not ever buy into cultural Marxist dictates that originate from Communist Party Central 1949.
Damien O’Connor shows why Labour is out of favour. They fail completely to identify with middle NZ, and appointing a list of queers and communists is no way to repair this deficiency. O’Connor is right, and damn good on him for speaking in such blunt terms. We should be challenging these unrepresentative cultural Marxists and their useful idiots, the anti-liberty arseholes who try and control thought and speech, much more vigorously and much more often.