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Editor’s pick of the week

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A COUPLE of years ago Ollie Wright introduced himself to The Conservative Woman with this brilliant blast against the race grievance and apology culture. Pointing at Zanzibar-born Professor Lubaina Himid, he asked: What about your own country’s slave trade? 

It surely needs regular republication as we descend ever further into the realms of compulsory ‘guilt’ of the type Mr Corbyn is now determined to put on the national curriculum. 

Ollie, a self-educated civil servant (he achieved his Open University First Class Honours degree as a mature student), has an unnerving eye for truth.

He used it again this week to shine light on another madness of contemporary culture, this time issuing from Australia where it is not so much a case of black being white at will (or vice versa) but of anyone (who chooses) to become an oppressed aboriginal without having so much as one eighth aboriginal ancestry – or none at all – can. Don’t miss it. It’s a great read.

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Kathy Gyngell
Kathy Gyngellhttps://www.conservativewoman.co.uk/the-editors/
Kathy is Editor of The Conservative Woman. She is @KathyConWom on Parler.

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