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Avaaz once again telling us what the Establishment wants us to think?


Any doubt that might have remained about how a certain section of the elite want to spin Brexit is now put to rest as that most entirely fake of all fake “grassroots activist” sites Avaaz is herding its obedient fandom to sign on and “stop the hate.” This is the wording of its latest touchy-feely petition, already signed by 90,000 well-meaning clicktivists.

We, the people of the United Kingdom, stand against hate. We call on those editors who tar our country’s reputation by fuelling xenophobia and racism to step down, and pledge to confront racists wherever they are.

“If enough of us call for it, we can make it untenable for newspapers like the Daily Mail and The Sun to fan the flames of hate,” runs the accompanying blurb. “And editors will know their jobs depend on responsible journalism.” (our emphasis).

I’d be the first to agree the Sun is an open sewer of lowest common denominator ordure, and of course any rational person deplores racism and “hate.” But equally we all should deplore – and fear – accusations of racism and “hate” being invoked as political weapons to beat down dissent and demonise a majority of UK citizens.

The Sun is owned by a billionaire and can take care of itself, but freedom of expression is a lot more fragile. Will “fuelling xenophobia” end up being a crime as loosely defined as “supporting terrorism”? Will it end up applying to anyone who has a problem with the EU? Let’s wait and see. But when Avaaz enters the arena with these clarion calls to under-informed SJWs, it’s never a good day for democracy and reason.

Before being tempted to sign up – read more about Avaaz’s questionable origins and agenda here


  1. Seamus Padraig says

    Avaaz? Oh, brother. Soon enough they’ll have British White Helmets roaming the streets of the UK, documenting ‘hate crimes’ and urging airstrikes against working-class neighborhoods!

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  2. rtj1211 says

    Is it ‘fuelling hate’ to cover up the widespread organised child-grooming rings carried out by Muslims in this country? I’d have said it was very hateful toward the white girls who suffer as a result of it (and it is Muslims targeting white girls, not Muslims targeting Muslims)? I’d have thought that was far more worthy of front page attention than virtue signalling about Brexit voters or not.

    If I were PM, here’s my headline:


    MESSAGE TO ALL FEMINIST LONDON LUVVIES WORKING IN THE MEDIA: focus on sexual abuse carried out by Muslims as much as you rant on about the same crime carried out by whites, please. Sexual abuse is equally unacceptable, no matter who commits it. Isn’t it? Go and offend some Muslims please by standing up for the rights of young white British girls. Thank you……

    We could find plenty of other more worthy topics of ‘fuelling hate’ if we searched, but voting Leave is not one of them in my top 10…….

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  3. Reblogged this on wgrovedotnet and commented:

    Because of their affiliation with George Soros I don’t actually sign any of their petitions. There is always an agenda not immediately apparent and a self serving one at that.

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