Then there are two secular, anti-Woke points of view ... one is the conservative rationalist, the majority of people at our site who see things through the lens of political strategy and are down on her for the enormous damage ... but then there are the secular libertarians or libertines who say anything goes, none of our biz, what's the big deal? They're closest to the left itself, saying there are no principles, just do your thang, everything's relative.
And these are the three anti-Woke, separate points of view, separate angles, separate places where people are coming from ... and yet overlapped in me for example.
I have some of the libertarian "none of your business" in my view, due to the two times I myself went to a theatre ... same theatre by the way, called Druzhba (Friendship) ... seven years apart ... different lady each time and certain things occurred ... so I'm hardly in any position to do the Mary Whitehouse.
However, she's lost the two groups who insist there are things called ethics, things you just don't do. The ones she's battling to retain are one of these two groups ... the secular conservatives who see her actions as bloody naive and stupid ... and that's my major beef with her too.
All right, onto the next thing ... the young Scot I sometimes run ... he's clearly arguing from biblical principles, his concern is the soul of the human. So the video is unashamedly from this angle. But at the same time, he wades right into secular conservative, antiWoke politics, as our site here does, no holds barred.
Now that's very interesting. See, he's not primarily political, as we are at N.O. ... yet his take on faith leads him to the same place we've reached, politically. I'm suggesting that all those modern, rainbow and gender confused churches now are anything but Christian ... Bergoglio Wokery is devilry, as one tweeter wrote today.
Interesting how he reached this point, the young Scot.