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Disposable bloggers of hypocrisy

Posted in YAF Watch with tags , on March 7, 2008 by redandwhitestripes

YAF Watch has attacked Spartan Spectator for allegedly allowing comments from white supremacists.

While I don’t support any form of racial supremacist movement (in fact I find it repulsive) I think this little snipe from YAF Watch is a microcosm of far left attitudes. As I said to YAF Watch blogger Philip Moon:

You are clearly trying to imply that a blog’s comments reflect the views of the blogger. This is not necessarily true. I have comments on my blog that I strongly disagree with, but I support free speech. You block comments because you are too insecure to debate issues or accept criticism. This reflects negatively on you. Look at your own fallacies before you attack others.

You won’t see the comment on YAF Watch because Philip cannot accept criticism or debate. However he is only too happy to attack others for allowing the free speech that he and others like him would deny. This restriction is normally compounded by having no expressed opinions of their own, rather they just attack those who have the courage to state their own ideology.

Philip’s YAF Watch is a minnow of a blog, the reason I have mentioned them here is because there are so many out there with the same attitude.

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Quote of the day

Posted in YAF Watch with tags , , on December 8, 2007 by redandwhitestripes

YAF Watch, a tiny blog written by Philip Rodney Moon – a man who struggles to blog a single sentence without an error – has quoted a source stateside as saying: “[Nick Griffin] is a political opportunist”.

Such nonsense just exposes the lack of basic awareness or understanding of British politics from most of the protesters against Griffin’s tour stateside.

The BNP are at present, a small party on the right in a country that has a majority of Labour and Lib Dem MPs in the house. How on earth can Griffin be considered an “opportunist”?