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Can Tyson Fury fight the thought-fascists?

Oh dear, British boxer, Tyson Fury, has got the botty-botherers and kiddy-fiddlers at the BBC in a state of panic. Apparently there’s some dreary BBC awards programme called “Sports Personality of the Year” (SPOTY) – no, I’ve never watched it either. And Mr Fury is on the 10-person shortlist.

Unfortunately for the limp-wristed and professionally-offended, Mr Fury has some rather politically-incorrect views on issues BBC pipsqueaks consider sacred truths.

Sexual equality: Critics say Fury is ‘sexist’ because he said that Olympic champion Jessica Ennis-Hill “slaps up good” and “looks good in a dress”, and added that “a woman’s best place is in the kitchen and on her back”.

Gays: He has been accused of being ‘homophobic” because he said “There are only three things that need to be accomplished before the devil comes home: one of them is homosexuality being legal in countries, one of them is abortion and the other one’s paedophilia. Who would have thought in the 50s and 60s that those first two would be legalised?” His critics seem to forget that several key Labour politicians did, in fact support the Paedophile Information Exchange.

However, sadly for his accusers, they can’t claim he’s ‘waaccciiissssttt’ because he’s from an Irish gypsy family, which would make his accusers ‘waaaccciissssttt”.

Anyway some pimply LGBT creep has started a petition demanding that the BBC drops Mr Fury from the SPOTY awards shortlist and more than 50,000 politically-correct, self-righteous, holier-than-thou would-be speech-police have signed.

But, rather than issuing blubbering apologies, as most people do nowadays, Mr Fury has remained gloriously defiant: “I can honestly say I’m not really interested in winning BBC Sports Personality of the Year. I know for a million per cent I’ve got more personality in the end of my little finger than the whole of the nomination group put together. And everybody knows that. Everybody in the country knows that”. He added “if I’m going to get in trouble for giving a woman a compliment what has the world come to?”

He also had a few well-chosen words for his critics “I’m not really interested to be honest,” he said. “They can say what they want about me but they can’t knock my achievement. I beat the man who nobody can beat. So until someone can go in and beat him again, then they can suck my balls. I am Tyson Fury, Gypsy King, nuff said.”

As for the 50,000 (now 100,000 apparently) who signed the petition“50,000 wankers. That’s what I say about them. If anybody else wants to add to them they can add to their numbers can’t they“.

What a glorious example of a real man telling the politically-correct to go take a flying f**k at themselves.

Fury is probably the first person in public life who has dared stand up to the oppressive censorship and banning of free speech. As a reward, he has already been stripped of one of his titles. Though the sporting authorities claim this action has nothing to do with Mr Fury’s opinions. Let’s hope he wins SPOTY as that will mean one of Britain’s leading muff-to-muff vagitarians, Clare Balding, having to announce his victory.

Apparently Churchill once said “the new fascists will be the anti-fascists”. Perhaps Mr Fury’s defiance will encourage others to defy the thought-fascists who rule our media?  Or perhaps not.

Meanwhile, over in the US, Donald Trump has put the cat amongst the politically-correct pigeons by putting the security of Americans above grovellingly liberal mainstream *sl*mophilia.

8 comments to Can Tyson Fury fight the thought-fascists?

  • NoMore

    How do Tyson Fury’s views on women and gays vary from those of most M*sl!ms? BBC and leftard doublethink at its finest.

    Mr Trump wants a moratorium on Islumic entry into the US while investigations are made into the reasons for the widespread support of M*sl!ms in the US for Sharia and IS (the Koran much?) and whether these are suitable people to allow to enter a Western democracy. Seems entirely reasonable to me and 441,769 people in the UK would go even further and call a halt to ALL immigration (see Petitions UK). Would Pakistan consider large Christian immigration as a threat to their wonderful country and a candidate be howled down for saying it? Guy would be chaired around the mosques.

    And Jessica Ennis does look good in a dress (and anything else!)

  • Fred The Shred

    Now more about that PIE. What country would allow such depraved creatures as these into the halls of Government and Power.

    Harriet Harman, Jack Dromey, Patricia Hewitt and the Paedophile Information Exchange
    The links that left Harriet Harman being forced to deny support for paedophiles date back nearly four decades when the Labour deputy leader was an official in the National Council for Civil Liberties.

    The links that left Harriet Harman being forced to deny support for paedophiles date back nearly four decades when the Labour deputy leader was an official in the National Council for Civil Liberties.
    Miss Harman, along with her husband Jack Dromey – now a frontbench Labour MP – and Patricia Hewitt, a former Labour Cabinet minister under Tony Blair, all worked for the council in the 1970s.
    In 1975, the campign group – which lives on today as human rights watchdog Liberty – controversially granted official “affiliate” status to the Paedophile Information Exchange (PIE), a body which lobbied openly for child sex.
    Tom O’Carroll, PIE’s founder and described as a “sexually predatory” paedophile, was put one of the Council’s working groups, and in spring 1977 he was allowed to make a speech at the Council’s spring conference.
    During this period, the Council stepped in to defend paedophiles against “hysterical and inaccurate” newspaper attacks.
    One leaflet sent by PIE to MPs claimed: “Paedophiles are ordinary, decent, sensible human beings, no more sexually depraved than yourself, and with a capacity for loving and helping children which is at present being repressed.”
    The organisation also submitted a report to MPs claiming that “girls as young as four months can achieve orgasm”, and that four-year-old children can “communicate verbally their consent to sex”.

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/politics/labour/10659100/Harriet-Harman-Jack-Dromey-Patricia-Hewitt-and-the-Paedophile-Information-Exchange.html

  • MGJ

    What can Mr Fury be thinking? As an Irish Gypsy he was set up for life with perfect victim status. Yet he threw it all away with hard work, bravery, ambition and achievement. Worse still he thinks for himself. What an example to set! No wonder the left hates him.

  • peter trenton

    Time the BBC was abolished, but being the mouth piece of our Lefty Marxist elite they keep us paying for that crap.

  • joe freed

    Trump is a thorn in the site of the PC Brigade , he does does something terrible, he speaks the truth and people like him for it.

    “In a time of universal deceit – telling the truth is a revolutionary act.”

    George Orwell.

  • Stuz Graz

    Be interesting to see how this pans out. Suspect BBC will have to pull him in case he looks like winning and they have to resort to fiddling the vote. Pity you cannot vote online it seems you have to watch the boring crap and vote on the telephone at a premium cost and so then it can easily be sabotaged anyway.

  • joe freed

    And from the Great Man Himself.

    ‘You have enemies? Good. That means you’ve stood up for something, sometime in your life.’

    Winston Churchill

  • David Brown

    Stuz Graz apart from racking in money with a phone vote its much more easy to rig it to get the result they want. The have the technical resource to do this.

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