Category: rape cw

politicalsci 2018-06-10 00:33:13

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politicalsci 2018-05-18 00:02:09

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Tory MP Jacob Rees-Mogg is often described as …

Tory MP Jacob Rees-Mogg is often described as just an “eccentric politician” which is such a benign way to refer to someone who holds such bigoted far right-wing views.

  • Rees-Mogg opposes the 1998 Human Rights Act.
  • He opposes same-sex marriage.
  • He opposes abortion, even in cases of rape and incest.
  • He supported an electoral arrangement with Ukip ahead of the 2015 general election.
  • He is admired by Ukip supporters and is Nigel Farage’s preferred choice as the next Conservative leader.
  • In 2013 he addressed a dinner of the Traditional Britain Group, which favoured the repatriation of black immigrants.
  • He supports fox hunting.
  • He is a climate change sceptic.
  • He voted against investigations into the Iraq War.
  • He was described by his former teacher at Eton College as a dogmatic Thatcherite.
  • He is the youngest son of a Life Peer and worked for investment banks before setting up his
    own fund management firm. He has defended offshore tax havens, and has a personal wealth which is in excess of £100,000,000.
  • He voted in favour of reductions in corporation taxes, as well as greater regulation of trade unions.
  • He has opposed increases in welfare benefits, even for the disabled.
  • He welcomed the fast-growing number of food banks being needed.
  • He supports zero-hours contracts.
  • He campaigned vigorously for Leave and has continued to fight for the hardest form of Brexit possible.
  • In September 2017 he emerged as the most popular potential leader in a
    monthly poll of more than 1,300 Tory members.
  • He recently met with former Trump’s former advisor Steve Bannon to discuss how the conservative movement can win elections in the UK.

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*looks to see what centrist/right-wing blairites have to say about labour gaining councillors in the local elections*

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when jess phillips isn’t busy saying “i will knife you in the front” about jeremy corbyn and undermining the labour left she has time to tell the uk’s
first female black mp diane abbott to “fuck off”, whilst praising conservative tory mp jacob rees-mogg (someone who opposes same-sex
marriage and abortion, even in cases of rape, and most recently met with
steve bannon) as “charming and funny, kind”. she even holds joint events with him. that’s centrism for you. they’d rather see the conservatives remain in power than support a leftist labour leader.

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and a reminder about how jess phillips treats tory politician jacob “i’m against same-sex marriage and abortion even in cases of rape” rees-mogg:

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Centrist White Feminism™

Jess Phillips speaking about the leftist Labour politician Diane Abbott (the first black female MP in the UK, founder of the Black Child initiative, intersectional feminist and supporter of women’s rights):

“[Jess Phillips] snorts. “We’re on the same terms as before, which is that I’ve never
spoken to her save for that once, and that remains a state of grace.”

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Jess Phillips speaking about the conservative Tory politician Jacob Rees-Mogg (someone who opposes same-sex marriage and abortion, even in cases of rape): 

“[Jacob’s] charming and funny, kind…”

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Centrists and white feminists like Jess Phillips will always loudly critique leftists but have plenty of leeway to befriend conservatives like Jacob Rees-Mogg (someone who supports policies that continue to harm millions of people, especially the most vulnerable in society). This is because when it comes to issues like imperialism and poverty, centrists will always choose to align with the right in order to prevent any real change to the status quo or their own privilege.