Tuesday, June 14, 2016

Brexit and 'The Guardian'

Today the Guardian published a hit piece on me--suggesting I'm a 'Nazi' and 'anti-Semitic.' Ho hum....I've heard that for years and it remains nonsense. There is nothing anti-Semitic about this cartoon. There is a MUSLIM flag above the EU flag representing the influx of people who do not want to assimilate into western culture. It's not the Star of David.

The rape of people in Europe and particularly in Sweden by Muslims is a very real and a big problem. Oh--but nobody can even mention that because they might instantly be labeled 'racist' and 'nazi.' Political correctness must always rule reality! People need to stop fearing the dreaded 'racist' word and speak out--stop letting the commissars of political correctness decide whose speech is valid and whose isn't.

Meanwhile, here's the cartoon again--translated into German thanks to a friend in Germany who helped with the translation.


Amusing email I received:

Your latest cartoon is beyond racist, how do you think you can get away pumping out racial hatred as if you're Joseph Goebbels? We live in a modern multicultural world where political correctness isn't something to be sneered at or anthropomorphise as a shark, political correctness is simply the pursuit of equality for everyone. If you do not wish to live in a society that promotes these values you are more than welcome to leave. Portraying Muslims as pirates because of the actions of a tiny fraction of Islam, depicting Angela Merkel as some kind of tyrant,and mocking Sweden, all of which simply racist beyond belief. I can assure you I speak for all the reasonable human beings in the world when I say, people like you are the problem in this world.Not Muslims. Not the EU. Just small minded ignorant dinosaurs such as yourself. If you so wish to justify your cartoon, which is clearly intended to incite racial hatred, it would be much appreciated. However feel free not to reply, you've clearly shown your true colours in your repulsive work.

Yours Sincerely,

Ciaran Ryan

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