It opens doors for those who perceive themselves as tall when short, thin when fat, young when old – maybe as members of other species entirely.
Posts by Marc Glendening
Marc Glendening is Head of Cultural Affairs at the Institute of Economic Affairs.
Marc Glendening: The Online Safety Bill – and the terrifying consequences of making ‘likely psychological harm’ a criminal offence
These powers, like all the existing laws relating to so called ‘hate speech’, will always be deployed in a politically asymmetrical way.
At the time of writing, it has not responded to two questions I have put about whether it endorses BLM the organisation and accepts Critical Race Theory.
It is an ideology which views people as collections of abstract categories rather than individuals, and finds fashionable new forms for Jewphobic tropes.
The law he favours would create ‘special administrative units’ to monitor those suspected of holding intolerant views. Who will sit on these surveillance operations?
Indeed, its stagnant centralism and bureaucracy is more likely to inflame extremism and violence than prevent them.