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Antony Antoniou – Reform UK Northampton North
Prospective Parliamentary Candidate
(PPC) 2024 General Election

Allegations vs Opinions Addressing the Woke Warriors

Allegations vs Opinions Addressing the Woke Warriors


I hope you’re all well. I’d like to take this opportunity to express my gratitude for your wide-ranging and honest input in the comments section. Whether it’s good, bad, or somewhere in between, I welcome all your comments.


Spelling Matters: Automatic Captions and Linguistic Quirks

First and foremost, I’d like to address a common point of contention – the spelling errors in my captions. In my defense, I must admit that time constraints often get the better of me. These captions are automatically generated, and although I make an effort to review them and correct glaring mistakes, it’s not always feasible. One curiosity I’ve noticed is that, quite often, these auto-generated captions are in US English, which can lead to some head-scratching moments for us Brits. They seem to have a penchant for “Zs,” and let’s not forget, it’s “aluminium,” not “aluminum.” Is it too much to ask for everything to be in the Queen’s English? They could keep their intriguing but incorrect spelling.

Facing the ‘Woke Brigade’: Embracing Insults and Provocation

Now, let’s talk about the elephant in the room – the woke brigade. They consistently grace us with their presence, armed with a stream of insults. It seems they have little more to contribute. Some of their favourites include labels like “racist,” “fascist,” and “xenophobic.” A recent gem was being dubbed a “mouthpiece for the Daily Telegraph.” I must confess, I find these derogatory comments rather endearing. Why, you might ask? Because it’s reassuring to know that not only are they listening, but I’m also succeeding in getting under their skin. That, my friends, is precisely my intention in this space.

Challenging Allegations: Addressing Immigrant Background and Immigration Policies

Moving on, there have been references to my immigrant background and the implication that somehow I advocate for open immigration policies. Allow me to set the record straight – my parents were immigrants, but that doesn’t mean I’m in favour of throwing open our doors to all and sundry, criminals or otherwise, who wish to elbow their way into our country with a sense of entitlement. Such insinuations of racism are, in my view, unfounded. It’s essential to recognise that labelling someone as racist is not an opinion; it’s an allegation.

Positive Discrimination and the Quest for a Fair Playing Field

Let’s delve into another hot-button issue – positive discrimination. There was a time when some degree of positive discrimination was warranted to promote a fairer society. However, I’d like to argue that we’ve reached a juncture where it has the opposite effect. It fosters resentment and, more importantly, undermines the hard work, dedication, and sacrifices made by individuals from minority backgrounds to achieve their positions. People around them might question whether they earned their roles based on merit or due to other factors. The fairest way to structure society, in my opinion, is to award jobs based on merit, regardless of an individual’s background. We’re living in an era where everyone, regardless of race, creed, colour, or faith, has equal access to education and opportunities. It’s high time we levelled the playing field, ensuring that no one can leapfrog others simply because they fear being labelled as racist.


In conclusion, I’d like to wrap up this topic for now. Of course, I could go on endlessly, but I’m keen to hear your thoughts. To all the haters out there, please do your best – you’re welcome to reveal your identities, join me in a video discussion, or even share links to your own channels. I genuinely look forward to hearing your perspectives. Thank you very much for tuning in, and I wish you all a wonderful evening. Until the next video – bye-bye for now.

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