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British Police Mobilize to Target ‘Hate Incidents’ — Crimes Against Feminism

Here in the United States, we’re getting pretty familiar with the intersectional left. The Women’s March continues to be the media spectacle that it is despite its proven, deep-rooted anti-semitism, and major universities turn into battlefields every time a speaker who is marginally right-wing is scheduled for an event.

Believe it or not, things are far worse in the United Kingdom. While radical feminists are a cultural annoyance here, they present an existential threat to liberalism itself in the very country that birthed the philosophy.

For a quick clarification: “liberal” in this sense shouldn’t be confused with “left-wing”. To be liberal in the British sense is to support a democratic government, oppose monarchical institutions, and support a market economy. By this definition, America’s Founding Fathers could have all been considered radical liberals — and many of them were at the time.

But what’s emerged from the intersectional left is anything but liberal. It is a force that clamps down on free speech, and uses the strong arm of government to achieve its ends. The latest example presented itself just recently when a police department fully mobilized to attack someone over a tweet he didn’t even write.

Carl Benjamin, who proudly calls himself an “English liberal”, has the full story on the new brand of authoritarianism emerging from his country below.

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