Posted by on January 8, 2019 4:02 am
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It used to be said of Jeremy Clarkson that he expressed what other people were only thinking—giving a voice to the voiceless who were supposedly not allowed to make politically incorrect jokes about foreigners or anything that killjoy liberals decided was out of bounds.

That was in the Britain before the Brexit vote.

In the 1990s and early 2000s governments in London tried to promote multiculturalism and immigration instead of trying to slash them whatever the cost. Since then, the idea that conservative-leaning Brits—mainly white men—are somehow a picked-upon silent majority has become even more laughable.

Read more at The Daily Beast.