Why the media bends to witch-hunters, who rarely pay for their crimes. Fantastic piece by ⁦⁩ which captures so much of what’s wrong with contemporary political culture in the West:
In this week’s Spectator. ‘Society cannot be run by Twitter mobs’. On the vindication of Roger Scruton and the disgrace of Tom Watson.
Since writing this piece James Brokenshire has lost his job. I will leave it to others to editorialise on the justice of this...
Society cannot run if it allows anyone and everyone — distinguished or not — to be picked up, thrown around and ‘cancelled’ at the whim of mobs, says Douglas Murray
The lesson of the Scruton debacle? That society cannot be run by Twitter mobs | Douglas Murray
"[Society] cannot run if it allows anyone and everyone — distinguished or not — to be picked up, thrown around and ‘cancelled’ at the whim of mobs." is right: our civilization needs to re-develop an immune system against our own impulses
Society cannot be run by Twitter mobs — by
'...[society] cannot run if it allows anyone and everyone — distinguished or not — to be picked up, thrown around and ‘cancelled’ at the whim of mobs. It cannot operate if it pays more attention to Twitter than facts.' Great piece from