Tag Archives: Hal Duncan

The British genre Left and their reliance and admiration for the rabidly anti-Semitic The Guardian newspaper

I have featured several articles on the odious politics of British genre liberals. And there is so much I have left out, from so many! Their utter cluelessness, whitewashing and apologetics of Muslim extremism and its corollary; their harebrained views … Continue reading

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Liberal Brit genre writer Hal Duncan who equates Zionism with fascism and Muslim extremism, reveres the staunch Zionist Jew, the late Lawrence Kohlberg, as a leading light on moral philosophy Part 2

This is the second and final article in my series on liberal Brit genre writer Hal Duncan. In my first article I detailed how Duncan equated Zionism with fascism and Muslim extremism, at the old Night Shade Books Discussion Forum … Continue reading

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Liberal Scottish SF writer Hal Duncan equates Zionism with fascism and Muslim extremism in harebrained ‘progressive’ style on self-same 2005 NSB forum thread wherein Anna Tambour ‘outed’ herself Part 1

Hal Duncan is a Scottish SF writer, author of Vellum: The Book of All Hours and its sequel Ink, among other stuff and of a definite liberal political persuasion, naturally enough. Duncan is openly gay and the themes of homosexuality … Continue reading

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