[I had to get another injection in my eye this afternoon, so I’m running on only three cylinders this evening. Nevertheless, I’ll do what I can to get some posts up.]
Céline Pina is a French politician and essayist who is known for her vigorous criticism of Islam. In the following video Ms. Pina discusses the ubiquitous torquing of language that has become a mainstay of political correctness in the West.
|00:00||In fact, one of the other problems that is driving people crazy is that words no longer make sense.|
|00:05||Because today we have anti-racists who defend the fact that we consider everyone|
|00:10||based on the colour of their skin, and who think that if you are white, you are guilty by nature.|
|00:15||If you are a victim of racism, you’re a victim by nature. Nobody understands anything anymore.|
|00:22||Words don’t mean anything, and I think that in this great collapse of language|
|00:27||there is also a rise in violence, because when words have no meaning, people go crazy.|
|00:33||They can no longer talk to each other. What we are talking about is an impossible dialogue,|
|00:38||because all the words have been turned inside out like gloves. And when someone speaks up|
|00:43||and says anti-racist, we don’t know whether we have a pure racist who sees everything through|
|00:47||the colour of one’s skin or whether we have someone who is really looking for equality beyond|
|00:51||these questions of sex, skin colour, religion, etc.|
|00:56||I believe this madness is contaminating us all, unfortunately. —Thank you very much, Céline.