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TCW Week in Review


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Reader’s Comment of the Week

In response to Daniel Frampton: What’s so wrong about men looking at women? Snoffle Gronch wrote:
Feminism – the irrational belief that, uniquely among all species of vertebrates, humans exhibit no material difference between the sexes in physique, behaviour, or aspiration.
Poor things.

TCW Hero of the Week

Michel Barnier steamed into first place with his rant against ‘nostalgic’ Britain at the deadlocked end of the third round of Brexit talks. A more convincing case for a fast Brexit could not have been made. The EU chief negotiator’s revelations that British taxpayers’ money was being used to fund bridges across Europe to allow wildlife to cross busy roads – part of a ‘green infrastructure’ which includes fish ladders, green roofs, hedgerows and beehives – and that a craven David Cameron had signed us up to another profligate seven-year EU spending round which includes deciding where our aid money goes, must make even former Remainers wonder whether the quick exit button isn’t now the one to press.  Mille mercis, Monsieur ‘Brute’ Barnier.

TCW Villain(s) of the Week

The Left, whose crowing about Hurricane Harvey has left them with egg on their face. Tasteless stereotypes about President Trump and the red state of Texas have been shattered by the undoctored images of the aftermath. As Jesse Watters, the American critic on the Fox News Channel, pointed out, while President Trump touched down in Texas almost immediately, President Obama golfed during the BP oil spill and recent flooding in Louisiana.

Watters said the Left accuses Republicans of spending too much on the military, but pictures of dozens of Coast Guard helicopters showed how military spending can be crucial.
‘[They’re] not run on solar, they’re run on diesel,’ he said of other military vehicles being used during the rescue operation, and ‘Liberals care about showing people that you care about their lives, while Republicans just want to save lives.’

We could not have put it better ourselves.

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Edited by Kathy Gyngell

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