The dark spectre of fascism once again haunts Great Britain, 36 years after the death of notorious Nazi-loving Sir Oswald Mosley. This time, the adversary comes wearing a double breasted suit, displaying impeccable manners, and speaking Latin with a posh accent that can slice through butter.
Seen by many as the future of the UK Conservative Party – and someone to revive the evil legacy of Baroness Thatcher – Rees-Mogg, 48, makes a formidable enemy. A strict Roman Catholic, Eton-educated Rees-Mogg recently incurred the wrath of progressives worldwide by declaring he was against gay marriage and abortion under all circumstances.
It was not so much this admission which shocked TV viewers, but rather the relaxed, honest and unashamed way in which he spoke the ultimate progressive heresy. To repeat, he declared himself against killing the unborn child and thus declared war on feminists worldwide. He refuses to get with the times. The progressive media in the UK is simply not used to someone answering a question directly, based on their personal beliefs. They much prefer and are used to politicians using weasel words and avoiding the question altogether in order, somehow, to remain all things to all people. By being honest, Rees-Mogg used underhand tactics.
Indeed, Rees-Mogg seems to have made it his personal mission in life to reverse the decades-old trend of low birth rates in Europe. Recently, he celebrated the birth of his SIXTH child, Sixtus Dominic Boniface Christopher, a set of names which is surely going to lead to his child enjoying his school days. Who would bet against the Rees-Moggs producing ten children before declaring the innings?
He truly considers that his sincerely held religious beliefs must prevail over fashionable thinking. He blithely overlooks the fact that abortion and gay marriage are the most sacred of all progressive virtues; indeed, the unconvincing way in which former Liberal Democrat leader, Tim Farrow, tried to reconcile his ‘belief in Christ’ with the progressive policies of his Party, which espouses celebrating homosexual love led to his downfall and resignation as leader.
It is against this backdrop that we turn to the story of a brave progressive, someone who knows when enough is enough. Here, we turn to the UK Daily Telegraph for an account of today’s meeting. The context for this is the second day of the Evil Tories’ conference In which Rees-Mogg had just started speaking. Unable to listen to the hatred spoken by Rees-Mogg, a brave progressive came forward:
The protester said: “Shame on you Jacob Rees-Mogg! Tories out!”
He replied: “Hello. What would you like to ask me?”
Refusing to answer, the protester said: “You’re not welcome here. Get out.”
Still trying to have a polite discussion, the MP asked: “What do you disagree with me about?”
The protester said: “Abortion, women’s rights, austerity…Everything. You’re a despicable person”.
Mr Rees-Mogg replied: “Well, we may disagree on things, but just because you disagree with somebody, that doesn’t make them a bad person. The two are separate”.
The response came: “Mate, the things you’re saying are harming people’s lives. People are dying because of the things you are advocating”.
(AT note: at this exact moment, someone around the world died. We cannot rule out causation between xer death and the things Rees-Mogg advocated)
The MP said he disagreed: “I don’t agree with that. I think the policies the Government is implementing are making people’s lives better”.
After being accused of “ruining people’s lives”, the MP said “Employment historically has always been the best route out of poverty”.
Unconvinced, the protester said angrily: “That’s absolutely not true. That’s a categorical lie. You’re a despicable person”.
Having simply had enough, the brave protestor was removed from Rees-Mogg’s presence. We can only presume he has been ‘disappeared’ just like ‘Anon’ and all 3000 of his comments, which were always on-point and never went off-tangent.
Let us be clear that Rees-Mogg and his ilk intend to reverse centuries of progressive actions. If no one stands up to him then history will judge us very poorly indeed. This is not merely England’s problem, it is the world’s.