British PM Rishi Sunak Says His Orwellian ‘Online Safety Bill’ Will Stop ‘Radicalization of Young Men’ by Andrew Tate
Conservative Party Prime Minister Rishi Sunak, the multiculturalist of Indian descent who assumed the role after his predecessors were forced to resign in disgrace, says his Orwellian “Online Safety Bill” will stop the “radicalization of young men” by pro-masculine influencer Andrew Tate.
The banker stooge made the comment in response to rotund Labour MP Alex Davies-Jones whining on the floor of Parliament about Tate’s massive following, saying that he must be stopped for encouraging young men to empower themselves and refuse to be feeble slaves to the gynocracy.
“The Times recently reported that schools across the UK are in crisis as the effect of online influencer Andrew Tate’s vile misogyny infiltrates our classrooms and society. Teachers are now having to develop their own resources to re-educate boys who are being brainwashed online by his deeply toxic messaging. The Prime Minister has been too slow to recognize the damage that this is causing,” Davies-Jones said.
“What is the government doing to tackle this misogyny, this incel culture and the radicalization of young men in this country and will [Sunak] commit to giving teachers the resources that they need to address this problem head on?” she asked.
Instead of laughing off this grotesque feminist’s absurd comments, Sunak noted that he is giving additional billions to far-left teachers and targeting digital free speech with his so-called “Online Safety Bill.”
“We announced in the autumn statement 2 billion pounds of extra funding for our schools. But I’m also proud that this government’s introduced the world-leading, world-first Online Safety Bill, which specifically improves protections for children and puts very strict obligations and penalties on tech companies for enforcing them,” he said.
The exchange can be seen here:
Labour’s Alex Davies-Jones asks what the government is doing to tackle "radicalisation of young men" by figures like Andrew Tate
— BBC Politics (@BBCPolitics) January 11, 2023
Tate is now under investigation by the Romanian authorities after emerging as a powerful voice against the globalist status quo, as Big League Politics has reported:
“Popular pro-masculine influencer Andrew Tate has been banned from Facebook and Instagram as the tech giants stop his cult of personality from growing further.
Meta, the parent company for Facebook and Instagram, said that Tate violated their rules on dangerous organizations and individuals, resulting in his banishment.