They don’t like it up ‘em

So said Lance Corporal Jones about the Germans on Dad’s Army.  The exact phrase, “They don’t like it up ‘em” returns “About 271,000 results” on Google. Oddly, I couldn’t find a video clip of one of the show’s most famous lines, so this T-shirt design will have to do.

Humanists and Germans don't like it up 'em

Humanists have the same attitude. I cannot leave comments on the blogs of the first two people whose names are at the foot of that anti-pope letter in the Guardian. I have been banned from Richard Dawkins’ blog and the moderator of the blog of delicate flower, Stephen Fry, doesn’t approve my comments.

Mr Fry is proud to be “hated” by the Daily Mail, but the moderator doesn’t accept my negative comments, which are, of course, not hateful. The first comment is this,

What happened to freedom of speech? I think it is absolutely ridiculous that a newspaper can go about accusing Stephen of “fuelling a campaign of hate” simply because he objects to the Pope visiting as a head of state. Stephen is just as entitled to his opinion as the next person…

Unless the next person disagrees with the fragrant Stephen on his fluffy bloggie-poo.

A major American humanist is PZ Myers. I followed him on Twitter last year and he replied to one of my tweets in quite a shocking way, saying Jesus buggerin’ Christ. His tweet brought so much traffic to this blog that I reposted a previous blog entry about his attempts to get his supporters to skew a poll on CNN’s website, which they did. Myers blocked me from following him on Twitter.

They don’t like it up ‘em, these humanists!

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4 Responses to They don’t like it up ‘em

  1. Subrosa says:

    There are good, bad and indifferent in every walk of life Stewart. Don’t you think?

  2. Stewart Cowan says:

    To be honest, Subrosa, I don’t see much good among the militant humanists. They say you become what you hate the most (something like that). They appear to be proving that this saying has merit.

  3. len says:

    Secular Humanism is promoted as being tolerant but is actually extremely intolerant, manipulative, and controlling .Political Correctness(for example) is designed to control thinking patterns and limit free speech . Communism and Socialism are systems born of humanism and are failed systems, why keep repeating the same mistakes?
    What Humanists desire is control, control of peoples thought process`s to bring them into line with Humanistic doctrine.

  4. Stewart Cowan says:

    Len,

    You’re right, they do want total control of all our lives and in that sense they are absolutely no different from Islamists.

    And yes, their systems always fail because they are based on man’s ideas. They are built on sand to be washed away after a short time.

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