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Peter Hitchens v the ferals on Q&A: a masterclass in disdain

For those who missed Peter Hitchens on Q&A last week, here he is in all his curmudgeonly magnificence, amidst the regulation four lefties.

Note his prescient comments in 2011:

“People like me – though still allowed to speak – are allowed on to mainstream national broadcasting only under strict conditions: that we are ‘balanced’ by at least three other people who disagree with us so that our views, actually held by millions, are made to look like an eccentric minority opinion.”

Impressions of that show? These were some, and my tweets in response:

1. That it seems a compulsion amongst homosexual ‘comics’ to scrape the grossest bottom of the barrel in discussing sex, and a compulsion amongst decadent heterosexuals to laugh. Witness Dan and Hanna early on in the programme.Q&A Dan Han

2. That is seems a compulsion amongst homosexual debaters to smear the motives and character of opponents; Hitchens accepts that he can only make such honest criticisms for a little longer before all are silenced:

PETER HITCHENS: You’ll have the whole world to yourself soon. You can’t imagine anybody else is entitled to hold a view different from yours without having some kind of personal defect. That’s what’s wrong with you…

DAN SAVAGE: … It’s a less intolerant world than it used to be because people like me are now empowered to look at people like you and say you are full of shit.

Q&A intolerant

3. That it is a necessity amongst gay marriage advocates to be utterly adult-centred, narcissistic, indifferent to the child’s fundamental needs for both a mother and father:

Q&A Dan and mothers

Q&A dan not just adult interests

and this one, which was on-screen before the final question of the night:

Q&A not victimless

4. That it is a pathetic sight when a young adult asks comrade Germaine, so wistfully, how her generation (mostly preoccupied with “the next iPhone app”) might capture some of the revolutionary fervour of the sixties:
Q&A lobotomy

5. Finally, the revealing question to these participants in the Sydney ‘Festival of dangerous ideas’: “What do you think is the most dangerous idea in the world?” Hitchens speaks unflinchingly of the resurrection of Christ, an event which, if true, turns everything on its head. And the gay Savage?

DAN SAVAGE: Population control. There’s too many goddamn people on the planet. And I don’t know if that’s a – you know, I’m pro-choice. I believe that women should have the right to control their bodies. Sometimes in my darker moments I am anti-choice. I think abortion should be mandatory for about 30 years.

Q&A Dan snarling re breeders

This was the most despicable of Q&As on the part of the feral left, and their facilitator Tony Jones, and yet the most honourable on the part of Peter Hitchens. It led me to search some of his other performances… More on that next.

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