Claire Khaw

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Industry Internet
Occupation Political Commentator
Location London, United Kingdom
Introduction My life's work is the study of Western decline. My conclusion is that it can be reversed if the West changes its religion from degenerate sexual liberation and returned to a patriarchy, but this would mean respecting the most important rule of marriage, which is that extramarital sex must be punished as 24:2 of the Koran prescribes. (This would mean treating anyone who has had extramarital sex with anyone not their spouse as sex offenders and inflicting corporal punishment on those convicted of this sexual offence after a fair trial where guilt has been established beyond all reasonable doubt.) Are Western politicians up to uncompromisingly supporting marriage? Only if it narrows the franchise to taxpayers only, renounces feminism and establishes Khavian Koranism AKA Secular Koranism. I propose relieving the low waged from the burden of paying taxes as well as that of voting. Citizens would have the constitutional right not to be taxed more than a flat rate income tax of 20%. Once all this is done, we shall finally have good government, order and progress.
Interests Problems and Solutions, Politics, Philosophy, Psychology, History, The Koran
Favorite Movies Life of Brian, My Fair Lady, The Browning Version, The Last King of Scotland, Some Like It Hot
Favorite Music old to new, British indie to world music, classical to drum n bass - my tastes are eclectic
Favorite Books Flatland by Edwin Abbott, The Gift of Rain by Tan Twan Eng, Augustus Carp Esq (by Himself), The William Books by Richmal Crompton, Isaac Asimov's Foundation and Robot Series, Jane Austen's novels, The Diaries of Auberon Waugh: A Turbulent Decade 1976-1985, The Ordeal of Gilbert Pinfold by Evelyn Waugh, The Woman Racket by Steve Moxon, Save the Males by Katherine Parker, The Manipulated Man by Esther Vilar, The Koran, Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill, Arabs & Israel For Beginners by Ron David, The Miseducation of Women by James Tooley, Mein Kampf by Adolf Hitler, The Party by Richard McGregor, Enemies and Friends by Kerry Brown, The National Front by Martin Walker, Maxims by La Rochefoucauld, The Eleventh Hour by John Tyndall, Peter Mandelson by Donald McIntyre, Hinduism by K M Sen, Imperium, Lustrum and Dictator by Robert Harris