Category: Political Correctness
In the UK, which is often called a haven for foreign criminals, ministers are under growing pressure to take measures to close a loophole in the law that allows to offenders to stay in the country even after committing serious crimes.
Another new contributor to OPS, Volksieg takes a look at how the media presents street crime, violence, drugs, graffiti and the general degeneration of our cities as something vibrant and to be celebrated.
In Austria, calling Muhammad a ‘paedophile’ constitutes illegal denigration of “religious teachings”. This is what Elisabeth Sabaditsch-Wolff was found guilty of in an Austrian court.
Police have told residents to stop putting wire mesh on their garden shed windows – because they could be sued if a burglar is injured.
Police chief: ‘We couldn’t speak out on Asian sex gangs for fear of appearing institutionally racist’
Mick Gradwell, a former detective superintendent, said the targeting of underage and vulnerable girls had been going on for decades.
“Huckleberry Finn,” almost always regarded as an American classic, is a story of an unlikely friendship between Huck, a white adolescent, and Jim, an enslaved black man. I find it peculiar that the concept of human chattel is not too harsh for young readers, but a six-letter word renders this work obscene.
Pat Condell, in his own unique style, discusses the illusion of free speech in Europe and the methods used to silence people who speak out against the Islamification of Europe.
It’s been a sporting challenge since the 19th century, but French coastguards now want to ban people from swimming the English Channel.
Some allotment sites throughout the UK are currently asking their plot holders to complete a questionnaire regarding their race and religion. But for the plot holders in Lincoln they are also being asked by the city council if they are gay.
A UK theme park has banned roller-coaster riders from throwing their arms in the air … because of complaints about body odour.
Roger Waters’ 30th anniversary show of Pink Floyd’s ‘The Wall’ has been accused of being anti-Semitic.
The allegations come from the Anti-Defamation League, who claim the stage show uses imagery associated with stereotypes about Jews and money.
Parking tickets issued with yoga instructions to relieve the stress of a ticket.
A TORY MP seeking to ban the burkha has been warned he faces legal action if he refuses to meet any constituent who is wearing one of the controversial full-face veils.