In this video I expose a vile paedophile internet troll trying to infiltrate the alt-Right, free speech social media network Gab.ai and the movement of good and decent people who supported the election of Donald Trump. This troll, Joshua Conner Moon (@Moon on Gab.ai) is an horrific paedophile who spews hate speech to try to damage perceptions of Trump, his supporters and the Alt-Right.
Title music – The Escape – (c) – Machinimasound (Commercial license purchased)
Background music – Through the Night – (c) – Machinimasound (Commercial license purchased)
Earlier today I submitted a pro-Trump Parliamentary petition, supported by around 20 other people. The petition was already there! – Great minds think alike and another has been submitted at nearly the same time. Your author urges readers to back it. The petition not to ban Donald Trump is well reasoned and sensible, but has not been given the same support by the left-leaning mainstream media.
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Showing sensitivity, judgement and wit to make Michael Moore look like Mother Theresa, students at Duke University accompany Paris March for Freedom of Speech with demands people “don’t say” things they find offensive. The Witchfinder demands they be expelled, and the faculty apologise.
At roughly 10.30am GMT on the morning of Wednesday 7th January 2015 (11.30 Paris time), two masked Muslim gunmen forced their way into the offices of Charlie Hebdo magazine in the capital of France and opened fire. The terrorists were enraged by ‘disrespectful’ ‘offensive’ images of their prophet, Muhammed. The murders were a direct attack on free speech worldwide.
At roughly 16.15 GMT that day, the first of a new set of campaign images produced by students at Duke University in their You Don’t Say campaign against ‘disrespectful’ ‘offensive’ language was put on line via the Twitter account @YouDontSayDuke. Although the campaign started last year, by a masterpiece of ill-timing the latest volley of images coincided with an atrocity by terrorists whose goal of controlling speech was remarkably similar.
The first of a set of graphics launched by the “YouDon’tSay” campaign with unerring tastelessness only scant few hours after Paris massacre by enemies of free speech.
Rupert Murdoch tells it how it is. (C) Eva Rinaldi, licensed under Creative Commons license.
Rupert Murdoch has recently been criticised (again) by the loony left. After recent terrorist atrocities he wrote that ‘peaceful’ Muslims who had failed to ‘destroy’ the ‘jihadist cancer’ ‘must be held responsible’. The Witchfinder agrees.
A reasonable desire to avoid bigotry or hate does not mean turning a blind eye to mass murder or child abuse.
Mr Murdoch’s comment is a brave one and inspired this supportive article in which the Witchfinder deals with the difficult topic of Islamic extremism and the equally difficult topic of left wing denial and hypocrisy along with their denial and demonising of those who ask awkward questions.
Screenshot of two tweets by Rupert Murdoch in which he comments on “jihadist danger”. Picture via Twitter (c) rupertmurdoch/Twitter.
The Witchfinder enjoys a book by controversial Canadian author Rachel Marsden.
The beautiful Rachel Marsden graces the cover of her book.
Rachel Marsden is a prolific and well-travelled Canadian author, a former TV news host who has written for national and international publications world wide. She is frequently vilified by the left because of her willingness to challenge their opinions in provocative and often satirical ways.
In real life Rachel is a sweet intelligent and charismatic woman with A-list model looks. However, given a writing tool of any kind she is unable to resist provoking leftists. Like many Conservative women she is often subject to discriminatory slurs on her mental health and morality such as in this despicable thread from left-wing hate site Democratic Underground.
The Witchfinder himself does not agree with nor endorse all of Rachel Marsden’s views but often enjoys the visible distress of the leftists who read them.
We turn then to the book, “American Bombshell: A Tale Of Domestic And International Invasion”. The book itself is an obvious Roman-à-Clef. Its lead character Catherine Carston is a Canadian born self-described Conservative who starts off working in Canadian journalism, before travelling to America and later to France to work as a TV Conservative.