- Rowan Atkinson told Radio Times that cancel culture has become a digital mob “roaming the streets looking for someone to burn.”
- The “Mr Bean & Johnny English” actor said cancel culture had made it hard for people to be “exposed to a wide spectrum of opinion” and he was fearful for the future.
- “It is scary for anyone who’s a victim of that mob, and it fills me with fear about the future.”
- He says that people must have the “right to insult or offend.”
Because of the radical nature of her cabinet now, this assault on Free Speech is sure to intensify in Jacindaland, massively so if her threatened ‘hate speech’ laws eventuate.