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The Bullshit Social Justice Warrior

Eradicate Islam

By Milo Yiannopoulos 

I can’t help but share this amazing anonymous smackdown of the odious cult of social justice with readers. It’s currently doing the rounds on Twitter and reddit. If anyone knows the author, do get in touch…

“We are fighting to end hate, to unite as one and love each other. We are fighting to be treated right without discrimination and for everyone to have equal opportunities.”

Bullshit. You have no quantifiable metrics for injustice, so you have no victory conditions (for a very simplified example, when blacks hold X% of all engineering jobs and are only Y% of all prisoners, racism is ended). That would be fine by itself, but you believe in fighting injustice with injustice (gays have historically been denied gay marriage? let’s get random CEOs fired for opinions they held six years ago). You don’t seek converts, you seek to punish and bully –…

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Bullying Boss At NHS West London Mental Health Trust – Andy Weir – Has Now Been Re-Employed By Leeds and York Partnership NHS Foundation Trust.

ukgovernmentwatch

Andy Weir: Bullying case NHS boss leaves with £170,000

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Britain’s largest mental health trust spent a year investigating multiple allegations of bullying, intimidation and harassment against staff, only to compensate an executive at the centre of the claims who was entitled to a £170,000 package after being suspended for a year on full pay.

West London Mental Health Trust launched an inquiry in March 2013, following complaints over the conduct of Andy Weir, the then £110,000-a-year executive director of specialist and forensic services, with responsibility for Broadmoor hospital.

“The investigation into his conduct looked at claims that Mr Weir “bullied, harassed and intimidated staff” and whether his management style “led to a climate of fear and intimidation where staff feel concerned about raising concerns relating to both themselves and standards of clinical care”.

The report was finalised in October 2013. Despite uncovering “concerns with…

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