Forbidden Thoughts is a new science fiction anthology, full of stories that are politically incorrect. Two of the stories are by me, meaning I am in very bad company. But irrespective of the current locus of mainstream tastes and opinions, there will always be a need to present alternatives.
Some believe that Trump and Clinton are competing to be leaders of the free world. Outside of the USA, few will share that belief.
There is an oft-repeated rationalization that Muslim terrorists are not Muslims. The same hollow wordplay would be denounced if used to excuse rape, child abuse, racism or homophobia.
Do you disagree with Brexit? This simple trick lets you negate the votes of millions and will keep you in the European Union!
O2 CEO Ronan Dunne said he wanted a ‘proper debate’ about the UK’s membership of the European Union, but he chose a terrible way to engage with the people most likely to want Brexit.
That Ken Livingstone ‘remembered’ Hitler’s support for Zionism perfectly demonstrates how politicians use misinformation and coded language to appeal to anti-semites whilst pretending to abhor racism.
Why do writers assert that minorities are under-represented in nominations for Academy Awards, when they only cite Black actors, and never actors from other minorities?
Western apologists for radical Islamic terror should stop blaming the victims, and start addressing the perpetrators and supporters of terror who live in the West.
‘Fans’ of one science fiction website demonstrate a lot more interest in policing political thought than in admiring science fiction.
Baroness Lane-Fox had a cunning plan to get herself a new job. She asked the British public – via friends at the BBC – to sign a petition demanding the Prime Minister put her in charge of a new and aimless internet quango. Not surprisingly, the public ignored her.