Free speech was brutally slain this evening at Chichester Cathedral.
Under the false pretence of an exercise in democracy, the Church of England demonstrated that it is not the Conservative Party at prayer. No, it is the Watermelons (green on the outside, red on the inside) and Lib-Lab-Con, collectively the Remain Party, feasting upon the corpse of free speech.
The purpose of hustings is to allow the voters to see and hear their candidates answering questions. That means all of their candidates, every one and not simply those whom the rotten Establishment deem to be politically ‘correct’, ‘house-trained’ or neutered.
It must have been quite a spectacle to see four parliamentary candidates representing parties that are in the words of Churchill “Decided only to be undecided, resolved to be irresolute, adamant for drift, solid for fluidity, all-powerful to be impotent.”
Any candidate, such as myself, who had anything of the slightest originality or interest to say was excluded. Had I received an invitation I would have attended and spoken persuasively in favour of leaving the EU the only way it can be left, with no overarching Article fifty ‘deal’. I would also have protested, given half a chance, against the ruinous policy on immigration of both the Conservatives and Labour. I would have argued for the restoration of capital punishment for the crimes of murder and treason. Furthermore, heresy of heresies, I would have given the lie to the myth of man-made global warming and its associated bogus ‘climate emergency’, so beloved of the corporate media.
Alas, it was not to be. Not on this occasion anyway.
In a way it is encouraging to realize that one’s political opponents have such little confidence in their doctrines and policies that they dare not face anyone who is capable of pointing out to them the flaws in their arguments.
This general election is about the discredited last parliament and its parties vs the people.