First, WE are free speech advocates. As we’ve often said, speech can be ugly, it can be insulting, but it must always remain free.
Mr. Kahn, let’s be completely and totally clear is an enemy of free speech. From banning bikini clad models in ads in the city (that offend a certain constituency – and it’s not about “body shaming”) to his complaining at South by Southwest that he couldn’t handle being insulted online, he is a leading voice for the PC brigades, for censorship, and anti-liberal values.
It should also be noted that Mr. Kahn recently spoke at an event where women were not even allowed to use the same door as men. THE SAME DOOR! And he is talking about “liberal values”?
It is time to call BS on these people. You’ve had a long enough run, doing your best to bully everyone into your limited anti-liberal politically correct worldview. That tide is turning and guys like Mr. Kahn see their positions, their cultural beachheads eroding.
Good, let them erode and we’ll keep using actual free speech to make sure they fall into the sea. Again.
The London Mayor issued a warning to the US President after it was announced he will officially visit the UK for the first time in July…
…The Mayor tweeted: “If he comes to London, President Trump will experience an open and diverse city that has always chosen unity over division and hope over fear.
“He will also no doubt see that Londoners hold their liberal values of freedom of speech very dear.”
This guy is something else. You Mr. Kahn are the enemy of progress and speech. You are the one who stands for anti-liberal values. You are the one who is overseeing London’s descent into violence. You are overseeing a city where women must fear acid attacks and where they are often flat out subjugated by men. How about we look into how much slavery happens within your “diverse and liberal” city? How about that?
And who are you to “warn” a US president about anything? You may see the US as an enemy. You may see Trump as an enemy. You may see western ACTUAL liberals as an enemy. But London and the US have a special relationship forged in the fires created by incendiary bombs dropped by anti speech, totalitarian “progressives” from Germany during World War 2.
By the way the first words I ever spoke were in London and they were spoken with a British accent. London has a special place in my heart.