Tag Archives: moral relativism

The Zombie Chronicles: A comprehensive overview of this blog’s history

“In that direction,” the Cat said, waving its right paw round, “lives a Hatter: and in that direction,” waving the other paw, “lives a March Hare. Visit either you like: they’re both mad.” “But I don’t want to go among … Continue reading

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UPDATED 2016 David Duke in Wonderland: The Dave Truesdale Petition re the SFWA Thought Police and the hatred that dares not to be acknowledged. Least of all by genre Jewry

This article has been updated (once again) on 7th September 2016. It relates to the Dave Truesdale expulsion from MidAmeriCon 11 held in Kansas City in late August 2016. Consult the lowest part of this article beginning ‘7th September 2016 UPDATE’.  The … Continue reading

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Charles Stross on the day of the Boston Marathon bombing, warns against empty speculation as to the identity of the terrorists. Proceeds immediately to speculate that the perpetrators are most likely the “provisional wing of the Tea Party”

Surprised? You shouldn’t be if you know Stross’s addled PC left-wing moral relativist politics. Yes the day of the Boston Marathon terror bombing, Stross – whilst warning that we shouldn’t speculate about the possible identity of the perpetrators the day … Continue reading

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Winding down…

Yes this blog is winding down, that is. I have pretty much written about what I intended to write about, when I first started this blog back in April 2011, and I have no need or the tiniest shred of … Continue reading

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On Michael Levy’s inadvertently revealing Strange Horizons book review of Israeli SF writer Lavie Tidhar’s alternative history novel Osama

There is a book review at the widely followed Strange Horizons of Lavie Tidhar’s 2011 novel Osama, by academic Michael Levy that is very telling, even if inadvertently so. It is from September 2011, reviewed on the week of the … Continue reading

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UPDATED 2015 The huge and heated fall-out to the Genevieve Valentine/René Walling Readercon alleged sexual harrasment incident in contrast to the deafening silence, denials and worse in response to vicious anti-Semitism from genre pros

Scroll down to the bottom of the page for the 2015 update, and why it is all even worse than I let on, in the original article. Relatively recently, there has been a lot of heated discussion, accusations and counter-accusations … Continue reading

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Will Charles Tan, co-editor of the Apex World SF blog with Israeli Jew Lavie Tidhar, continue to guest feature at Anna Tambour’s website in light of the revelations of her rabid Jew hatred at this blog? More questions to make the Thought Police squirm Part 3

This article has been updated in February 2013. I had left out the obvious in the original article, namely that Anna Tambour is Jewish. Yes she is. Liberal Aussie genre writer Anna Tambour, whose rabid anti-Semitism on public display at … Continue reading

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