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Cancel Culture and the pitiable Gen Z generation

Rafe Heydel-Mankoo is a London-based author, historian and public policy consultant.  He is one of the most articulate commentators on the social and political problems destroying Western Society. In the video below, he tackles the cancel culture, taking the essence of the problem back to Britain’s system of education.

He focuses on the Millenial and Gen Z generations as the most left-wing generations ever with the startling claim that these generations do not turn conservative as they grow older, which has been often the case of previous generations.

The social and political problems Britain faces are almost identical to those of Australia.

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To Save Britain, We Must END the Left-Wing Domination of Education.

Rafe Heydel-Mankoo, The New Culture Forum

Today’s youth are the most radically left wing in British history. And, unlike previous generations, they are NOT becoming more conservative as they age. They hold illiberal views on free speech, embrace extreme pseudo-ideologies on race and gender, and have an entirely different set of values and beliefs to all earlier generations. Left unchecked, in 2 or 3 decades Britain’s adult workforce and leaders will be hard left radicals — the consequences of which are potentially dystopian. It is no coincidence that they have been taught by the most radically left-wing teaching profession in history. If we want to preserve the Britain we know and love, we must win the Battle for Young Minds. And we must radically reform the manner in which teachers are recruited and trained. Speech by our Senior Fellow Rafe Heydel-Mankoo at The Freedom Association’s conference: “How Can We Conquer Cancel Culture”

Hysteria meets facts about colonialism

The video below is of an attempted debate about British colonialism between historian & broadcaster Rafe Heydel-Mankoo and television personality Narinder Kaur.

While Rafe Heydel-Mankoo reels off basic facts about British colonialism, Narinder Kaur launches into a screaming rant. Kaur drops to the depths of imbecility with the accusation that Heydel-Mankoo ‘sounds quite mad.’

Narinder Kaur is representative of many female commentators – though most are younger than Kaur – whose views are driven solely by emotion, often wild emotion. They have an emotion about a particular issue, and that’s the end of it. Say what you want, it does not matter. Come with the most undisputed facts, it makes no difference. In Australia we have a clone of Kaur – Lidia Thrope. You could not meet a greater crackpot than Thorpe.

There are more than 5,000 comments on this ‘debate’. I have included two below that are representative.

Rafe Heydel-Mankoo has his own channel. I highly recommend it. His fluency and grasp of historical detail is impressive.

@jeremyphoenix1366

1 month agoI have a headache after listening to this woman. $500 hair , $300 nails, $1000 outfit, screaming at everyone on a public forum that she is somehow opressed by the people who gave her everything including the freedom to yell and scream at everyone. Bloody hell…..

@justinecooper9575

2 months agoA woman sitting there in beautiful clothes (well, to my eye anyway), perfectly styled hair, professionally applied makeup and in seemingly perfect health screaming that she’s not lucky. Poor thing.