‘PC zealots don’t value freedom of speech or exchange of ideas’

November 13, 2017

THOUGHT CONTROL: This is in the small print of the Dutch Green Party’s manifesto put together by leader Jesse Klaver and his team: “News, information, culture and education are core tasks of the State Media. There has to be education to directly supervise the achievement of these core tasks in education that we find necessary which lead to a complete world citizenship with an eye to human beings and nature.”

MORAL SUPERIORITY: “They just want to feel good that they have the moral higher ground. They do not value free speech and they do not value the free exchange of ideas and anyone who disagrees with them are ‘racists’ and ‘bigots’. There are good perspectives and bad perspectives. The perspectives of the politically correct are good and the perspective of other people, are bad.” Paul Neilsen of Debate the Left on his observations of Green Party leader Jesse Klaver. This is the cover photo of his channel.

 

 

 

POLITICAL correctness has been labelled as a “religion” and an echo chamber that doesn’t tolerate dissenting opinion, says an alternative You Tuber.

What does virtue signalling mean? This is a phrase used by many of the alternative media but what do they mean by it? Here Belgian Flemish speaker Paul Neilsen makes his observations on a speech made by a Green party politician.

Whilst he is based in Europe, this description will resonate well with those in our Dorset and Somerset communities who come up against the doctrine and how it impacts freedom of speech in public bodies and charities.

‘Dutch Trudeau is PC poster boy’

In a video Neilsen compiles in English, his second language, he analyses Dutch Green Party leader Jesse Klaver and claims how he uses political correctness to communicate his message. Klaver increased the Green Party’s number of seats from four to 14 in this year’s March election and he has been described as the “Dutch Justin Trudeau”.

‘Feelings trump facts and knowledge’

Neilsen says: “He is signalling to his crowd that he is a very engaged member of the religion of political correctness. The crowd consists of members of the religion of political correctness.

“They do not value a good discussion, are uninterested in facts and uninterested in knowledge. They want to feel good and they just want to feel good that they have the moral higher ground. They do not value free speech and they do not value the free exchange of ideas and anyone who disagrees with them are ‘racists’ and ‘bigots’.

‘Only PC opinions can prevail’

“The intellectual quality of Klaver’s speech is non-existent but that doesn’t matter. It’s post modernism. There is no absolute truth. There are only perspectives and opinions and all are equally valid. There are good perspectives and bad perspectives.

“The perspectives of the politically correct are good and the perspective of other people, are bad. We are living in the post-truth era and Mr Klaver is a symptom of this. You can create these types of speeches yourself.

In a document referred to the Dutch Green Party and translates highlighted scripts to underscore what seemingly passes off as initially as a harmless, but ultimately it could be argued, a social engineering agenda.

Further into the programme, Neilsen translates a Dutch green party manifesto small print that seems to imply that having a State-controlled media is a good idea and this can be achieved by imposing its will through the classroom via the education system.

‘Kids are told they are world citizens

The small print on the manifesto is translated as follows: “News, information, culture and education are core tasks of the State Media. There has to be education to directly supervise the achievement of these core tasks in education that we find necessary which lead to a complete world citizenship with an eye to human beings and nature. Here is the important part. Colonisation, migration, history of migration, diversity and anti-discrimination will be the core tasks in both primary education and secondary education.

Neilsen concludes: “This is pathetic, he wants to indoctrinate Dutch children even more. He can’t actually win a debate with an adult with an actual education so he wants to indoctrinate children.”

‘Views that attack Western values are virtuous’

“These type of fact-free individuals feel as if they are doing the right thing morally because they very much base their political opinions on their feelings of empathy and these are based on their own childhood indoctrination of political correctness.

“Viewpoints and political actions that will ultimately lead to the self-destruction of our ‘civilisation’ will be seen as virtuous.”

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