Anti-Woke: A Duty to Offend – Brendan O’Neill (dubbed “The Most Hated Man on UK Campuses”)

Peter’s Whittle’s guest this week is free speech campaigner and columnist Brendan O’Neill, editor of Spiked Online and a frequent commentator on Sky News’s paper review etc.

Starting out on the far left as a writer for Living Marxism, the journal of the Revolutionary Communist Party, Brendan O’Neill now classifies himself as an atheist libertarian.

He is no longer as interested in traditional Left/Right political divisions believing, like many others, that these have been superseded by society’s new divisions (in essence the platform for the culture wars).

Dubbed “The Most Hated Man on UK campuses” by The Tab, He has taken his campaign against censorship and the “no platforming” of speakers to university campuses, attacking the authoritarian, close-minded attitude of the (generally privileged middle class) “woke” students & staff who prefer to shut down debate rather than attempt to rebut challenging views.

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‘Supply chain jobs at the country’s biggest offshore wind farm project are being lost to China.

Skilled work on Seagreen in the Firth of Forth will be carried out overseas, fuelling criticism of the so-called “green jobs revolution” in Scotland.

Gary Smith, Scotland secretary of the GMB trade union, said: “This would be the death knell for any meaningful offshore wind manufacturing industry in Scotland – an utter scandal and a national disgrace.”

In 2010, the Scottish Government estimated that the offshore wind sector could create 28,000 direct jobs and lead to £7.1billion

of investment.

Former First Minister Alex Salmond also claimed the Pentland Firth could become the “Saudi Arabia of marine power”. But Scotland missed out on hundreds of millions of pounds of work to foreign firms in the creation of the £2 billion Neart Na Gaoithe offshore wind farm.

Other work on different projects has been lost to Germany, Finland and France.

It has now emerged that the Seagreen project, which could create more than 400 jobs annually and contribute £2 billion to the UK economy, is also looking abroad.

Papers seen by the Record show that some of the work will be carried out in China’s Guangdong province.

Seagreen Wind Energy Limited, owned by energy giant SSE, was awarded exclusive development rights for the Firth of Forth Zone.

Smith added: “This is a Scottish renewables project and it is wholly owned by a Scottish energy firm. How can there be any justification for handing its manufacture to the Far East?’

Read more: ‘Green jobs revolution’: Outrage as jobs at Scotland’s biggest offshore wind project go to China (the world’s biggest environmental polluter)

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