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TCW Week in Review


Six of the best

Cerberus: Can Goldsmith finish Corbyn and so save Labour?

Laura Perrins: My advice? Don’t take advice on sex from a batty feminist

Jane Kelly: The Left fears that educating the working classes erodes its power

Ken MacIntosh: An independent Scotland would also be a right wing Scotland

Belinda Brown: Feminism can only flourish under the protection of real men

Paul T Horgan: The ‘inquiry’ into Labour anti-Semitism is a sham

Reader’s Comment of the Week

In response to Laura Perrins: My advice? Don’t take advice on sex from a batty feminist, Earthenware wrote:

“’…so what the hell is wrong with you? Why aren’t you listening?’

 Because the intention is not to reflect the real experiences of young women but instead to influence their behaviour away from life-long monogamous relationships.

 This has been the stated intention of feminists from the outset and they have been very open about it. If a young woman’s preference for love over meaningless sex interferes with “progress” then she must be labelled as old-fashioned and shamed into joining the sexual free-for-all.

The damage to the individuals is immaterial. A cornerstone of the Left is the belief that the ends justify the means.”

TCW Hero of the Week

Singer and activist Charlotte Church made Jeremy Corbyn look quite silly this week. After Emma Thompson deserted Corbyn for the Womens’ Equality Party on Monday, Church followed suit on Thursday, pledging to vote for Plaid Cymru. The sinner repenteth!

Despite trudging round the country performing at #JC4PM gigs (where ‘Premium’ tickets cost £50 – hardly a price for the people), she has decided that Welsh independence is a far more realistic cause than a Corbyn premiership.

Even though Sadiq Khan won in London, if Corbyn can’t find any more votes, soon enough, ‘#JC4PM’ could become ‘#JC4P45’.

TCW Villain of the Week

TCW is awarding this dubious honour to the lunatic parents who took their kids out on strike over SAT exams. Tales of woe have been reported from across the country. Debbie from Darlington took all four of her children out of school because one was getting “stress and anxiety”.

Meanwhile, Ben from Brighton (where else?) took his son out of lessons because children were “disengaged and stressed”, and that testing kids to see if they had learned anything was “unethical”.

Taking such steps is not just petty, but a selfish, virtue-signalling way to damage your child’s education, passing the message across that it is fine to skip school if you don’t agree with what the nasty Tories are doing. Yet more double standards from parents who dump their kids in day care before insisting on ‘safe spaces’ from exams in school.

Best of the rest

Lefty Lunacy of the Day: Luvvies Labour has lost

Leslie Loftis’s America Watch: We have just witnessed the death of the GOP

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