Keith Duncan, Pimlico
It has been drawn to my attention that my profoundly written opinion pieces over the years have again drawn a response from the predictably whinging right. It’s always immensely gratifying to know that the effort one puts in to achieve a certain outcome has been so successful, especially after confirmation by one’s detractors.
Now most contributors to, and readers of this outstanding local newspaper, The Echo, would be aware that there are many diverse opinions aired, most intelligent readers usually read them with a reasonably open mind and with the proverbial grain of salt.
But sadly not everyone has the mental capacity to do this, which brings us back to the perpetually whinging @#[email protected]%# right-leaners of this world. But wait! There’s hope; after years of dealing with such people, I am adequately qualified to offer a suggestion – I will keep it simple so as not to confuse anyone.
Nobody is being forced to read anything that may offend their delicate sensitivities. Put more simply, if you don’t like what you’re @#[email protected]# reading, DON’T @#[email protected]%# read it. How hard can that be? It’s all about personal choices.