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The Most Immoral Man In Britain

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Douglas Murray is an abomination.  He is deeply, deeply corrupt, perverse and evil.  I have long despised his disgusting attitudes but his perfomance on Question Time tonight was shameful. The BBC gives him an extraordinary amount of air time.  Who is he doing what favours for?  In the past year I have made four complaints about his behaviour on televison but, of course, the BBC complaints system, as so many know, is a self-serving deception and worse than useless.

The sickest joke of all is that Murray is the director of the Centre For Social Cohesion. There is no more divisive man in Britain.

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Written by Peter Reynolds

May 5, 2011 at 10:20 pm

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  1. I’d never heard of this guy until a few years ago when I was in the audience of Radio 4 Any Questions held at KEVICs in Totnes and he was on the panel. A friend of mine, an elderly lady in her 80s wanted to come, so I gave her a lift in my car. I remember after the broadcast on the way back she inquired in her lovely well spoken accent “who was that odious little man?”

    Chris Bovey

    May 5, 2011 at 11:58 pm

  2. I posted about Douglas Murray here. Now while some of that post is concerned with BlairSupporter’s comments about him on his favourite white supremacist site, there is also the Curious Affair of the Charles Douglas Home Memorial Prize, which Murray is supposed to have won but whose very existence is in doubt.

    I didn’t see Question Time: what was he spouting about this time?

    EineKleineRob

    May 6, 2011 at 4:59 pm

    • He was grandstanding and glorifying in the most crass and disgusting way about the extra-judicial execution of Osama Bin Laden. In fact, I would say he was precious close to a hate crime. He made a complete fool of himself and was blushing deeply at the jeers from the audience.

      Peter Reynolds

      May 6, 2011 at 5:08 pm

      • I too have never heard of him, but I will watch Q Time on iplayer.
        Don’t know what crimes they have proof of OBL committing, but he sure wasn’t responsible for 911. Obama’s claim that ‘justice has been done’ is an even bigger insult to those who died on the day, and their friends and relatives.

        pjmcneill

        May 6, 2011 at 5:34 pm

  3. I don’t know this fellow but, shall look into him now.

    Totally with you regarding Obama’s claim. Justice? Surely we served out justice by killing tens of thousand poor innocent Afgans and Iraqis? How much justice do people need for gods sake?

    I actually believe that given the current heading of a number of north African states and their efforts to gain freedom that, the peoples of many Islamic countries would far prefer our way of life apposed to a medieval style which many of these extremists believe to be the way of their god.

    When I heard the news I felt no joy. I certainly don’t support but, I think it rather strange that full interrogation and trial has been denied the victims?

    Is it just me?

    Nick

    May 6, 2011 at 6:25 pm

    • I would agree that the world is a better place without him but it is a worse place for America demeaning itself by an illegal act.

      Peter Reynolds

      May 6, 2011 at 7:33 pm

      • Wotcher Peter,

        Shouldn’t that read ‘….yet another illegal act’?

        Nothing about the arrogance of the yanks will ever surprise me. As I said on the MH, I think that they had no option but to kill OBL, as they couldn’t cope with having him around and telling ‘the truth’ about things. I just fail to see why they can’t get their story straight, and then stick to it. They’re arrogant amateurs when it comes to trying to fool people.

        There will come a point when their lies catch up with them. It probably won’t be over the war on terror – hopefully it will be over the war on drugs.

        NobblySan

        May 6, 2011 at 9:42 pm

  4. Read the first paragraph of the wiki article on him and instantly felt sick. He even makes Brokenshire look remotely reasonable.

    E. Tricker

    May 6, 2011 at 7:04 pm

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  6. All he was missing was an SS badge and I’m sure his EDL membership will be fast-tracked.

    The Americans were never going to take him alive because their legal system couldn’t cope with what would come out about the CIA involvement in his training and that they encouraged his terrorism when it was against the Russians & taliban.

    They can’t even rescue a hostage without killing everyone – trigger happy, gung-ho hypercrites the lot of them.

    Don’t get me wrong – Bin Laden was twisting religion to suit his political ideals and the indescriminate murder of civilians is unacceptable in any religion/civilisation & those that live by the sword will die by the sword.

    But remeber : one mans terrorist is another’s freedom fighter.

    Hopefully what happened in Egypt etc will achieve more than democracy.

    Mr Bimble

    May 6, 2011 at 8:01 pm

  7. Repugnant. But what do you expect from someone described as a ‘Neocon’?

    pjmcneill

    May 7, 2011 at 12:28 am

  8. Terrible guy, makes childish tribalistic assertions which are very basic and poor. But sadly for the more reactionary and un-educate or egoist he resonates.

    anon

    July 21, 2011 at 12:44 pm


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