Free Speech is Forced Speech

Forced speech is the end game of Clown World’s so-called “free speech”:

Professional footballer Mohamed Camara, who plays for AS Monaco in France, has been benched for the next four matches for refusing to take part in an anti-homophobia campaign, the French League (LFP) announced on Thursday.

During a Ligue 1 match against Nantes on May 19, the jerseys of Monaco’s players featured a logo to mark the World Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia. However, 24-year-old Camara, a Mali national, chose not to support the LFP campaign and used white tape to cover the logo on his uniform and refused to join his team for a photograph.

The match, which was the final game of the season, ended 4-0 in favor of Monaco, with Camara scoring from the penalty spot. After the match, the footballer was referred to the LFP for disciplinary action.

“After hearing the player Mohamed Camara, and noting his refusal during the meeting to carry out one or more actions to raise awareness of the fight against homophobia, the commission decided to impose a four-match suspension,” the LFP said.

Silence is not enough for Clown World. Its social justice warriors always demand complete submission and compliance, which is what convergence means. This is why it’s absolutely necessary to stop trying to be nice, inclusive, and more responsive to the purported “feelings” of others than to the truth. Give the clowns an inch and they will view it as both a confession of weakness and an invitation to take a mile.