The Rwanda plan – ‘immoral, ungodly and appalling’

The Rwanda plan - ‘immoral, ungodly and appalling’

The Rwanda plan - ‘immoral, ungodly and appalling’

What is happening?

Pixar’s Lightyear and the gay kissing scene that led to it being banned

Pixar’s Lightyear and the gay kissing scene that led to it being banned

Pixar’s Lightyear has been generally panned by critics and moviegoers and its box office weekend saw it pull in less than expected. But the film is also making headlines for featuring a same sex couple – two women who in one scene briefly kiss.

What are the facts?

Perspective
  • The Home Secretary Priti Patel has recently defended the government’s policy of sending asylum seekers from the UK to Rwanda
  • The first flight was cancelled shortly before take-off last night after a late intervention from the European Court of Human Rights
  • Speaking in the Commons, Patel says the government “remains committed” to the policy of sending some asylum seekers to Rwanda
  • The plan has been met with backlash from Labour, Human Rights groups, the International community, celebrities, royals and even the Church
  • The govt believe the Rwanda plan will be a deterrent to those making the dangerous small boat crossing and a way to crack down on the criminal gangs bringing them over
  • But many argue that it is not a deterrent as people are still making the dangerous trip

Media Bias

Media Bias

Media Bias

Pixar’s Lightyear just got cancelled by the anti-cancel culture right

Pixar’s Lightyear just got cancelled by the anti-cancel culture right

The Independent says Cancel culture? Boo! It’s an attack on our freedoms by the terminally woke! There are limits, and sometimes we liberals go too far. We deserve a kicking. We deserve a Ted Cruz-approved cancellation.

Media Bias

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