Tag Archives: freedom of speech

HOW TO ARGUE WITH ANTI-WHITE RACISTS 6

European countries dominate the world press freedom league table statistics, taking the top 5 (top 4 Scandinavian) places, and 12 of the top 15.

I’m surprised to see Jamaica in sixth, so well done to them.

Unfortunately, media freedom opens them up to abuse by outside forces, but that’s the price we have to pay for quite a free society.

I’m not surprised to see the UK down in 35th after criticising Multicultural Fascism – for covering up the grooming, rape and prostitution of mostly white British children for more than a decade – for the last 20 years!

A screenshot of the top 10:

Freedom of Speech Books

My books were inspired by the poets, writers and scientists who lived and created on and over the edge of media norms; particularly in the 1950s and 1960s. 

A Channel 4 documentary partly presented by, and featuring mostly, black people recently criticised Amazon for the books it sells; as well as giving advice on better buying; which I thought was another attack on media freedom; and especially white British (before the blanket coverage of the last fortnight); disguised as a public interest issue.

Mine weren’t included; but there again, they were quite balanced, greenYgrey style! http://www.amazon.com/author/marclatham

 

Scorpions Aerosmith Inspired Mirror Poem Argues New Media Limits Freedom of Speech

While I like Rammstein mainly for their melodies, as with most music, I also like their controversial topics pushing the boundaries of thought, and freedom of speech, like their compatriots The Scorpions before them. When I was a youth I found it interesting because it was new, now I like it because it keeps up the freedom of speech in music, and continues to make you think and ask questions.

While social media has a lot of good uses, I think it has impaired this, with everything taken at face value, and interpreted within the most basic usual first impressions promoted by political correctness: everything is racist, sexist, homophobic etc.

I don’t want to spoil the poem too much, so will let you read it, but will answer any questions in the comments. I’ll look forward to communicating with you… especially if you think I’m being homophobic or sexist; or transgender or gay!

Doctor of Philosophy, Explaining 3 Dimensionality

He’s a woman – she’s a man
Scorpions are transphobic, or tran
Dude looks like a lady
same Aerosmith double-dimensionality
social media reduces to one
choose your side, have some fun

new age of political correctness, conversation police will get us

finding word ghosts, you thought dead
what’s that joke you said
triple-dimensionality stripped bare
Latham guilty of talking hair
You rationalise, calling him woman
If he thinks – women all bad

 

ODD that: Poem Opposing ODD Singularity

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I think mental health labelling can probably be useful in some cases, but feel that they are also too common, and can be used against the individual.  One of these is ODD: Opposition Defiant Disorder.  I have not been diagnosed with it, but certainly relate to it, and can imagine it being a convenient label for those who have tried to psychologically suppress me.
While there are some cases where it probably has relevance, and some times when I might have been guilty of getting my opposition wrong, I can also see it being used to control people who have a just case, such as victims of those who use power sadistically.
For example, the demonstrators in dystopian societies could be said by those with power to be suffering from ODD.
Marc Latham’s latest Folding Mirror poem, and the last of the Control trilogy, defies convention and questions the oddity of ODD.  Enjoy the sun, or whatever you feel like doing!
Human and Society Chicken and Egg Dilemma Oddly Solved
do people give reason to hate
to feel it’s deserved and not
an all too common human trait
does ODD have an opposite?
better to feel you’re at fault
than think that humanity is not
usually as perfect as it ought.