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104086Re: [evol-psych] More political karma

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  • Steve Moxon
    May 1, 2010
      Gordon Brown is a PC-fascist, so his kneejerk reaction to anyone raising the subject of immigration is that they must be a bigot.
      In fact the bigots are the likes of himself, who cannot accept (cognitive dissonance) that the political-Left ideology is a far too one-sided and narrow view of human nature, and that they were gullible in adhering to it.
      Now it's payback time.
      All those accused of being bigots have seen through the ploy at gut level, and Labour will never form a government in the UK again, and are in the process of being replaced by the Liberal Democrats.
      Thie sea-change revolt against PC-fascism is why the Liberal Democrats jumped an astonishing ten points in the polls after the first leaders' debate on TV showed that there was another credible party to challenge.
      Of course, both the Lib Dems and the Conservative parties have tactically shifted on to PC-fascist territory, but  with the demise of the main political-Left party they will be able to shift towards reality.
      Steve Moxon [author of the book, The Woman Racket: The new science explaining how the sexes relate at work, at play and in society, 2008 Imprint Academic; and 'Dominance as adaptive stressing and ranking of males, serving to allocate reproduction by self-suppressed fertility: Towards a fully biological understanding of social system', 2009 Medical Hypotheses; and 'Culture is biology: Why we cannot 'transcend' our genes', 2010 Politics & Culture.]
      ----- Original Message -----
      From: R A Fonda
      Sent: Friday, April 30, 2010 4:37 PM
      Subject: [evol-psych] More political karma


      This week, prime minister Gordon Brown derided and vilified a life-long Labor party supporter as a 'bigot' for daring to ask him questions about immigration. Realizing the scale of the electoral disaster he had just created, he panicked and dispatched an email bulletin to all his supporters apologizing profusely for the mistake. As he rightly predicted in the email bulletin to his supporters, the media have taken him to the cleaners.

      This simple mistake has probably cost him the election.

      This is particularly karmic, as the Labor party purports to benefit the British workers, but has, in fact, been working to replace the native British with an immigrant-client electorate.


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