‘A load of woke nonsense’ Brexiteer James Max dismantles claims ‘Brexit is BAD for women’

The talkRADIO presenter was discussing whether “Brexit is bad for women” with fellow Jeremy Vine panellist Salma El-Wardany. Mr Max blasted woke culture that uses statistics in the “most appalling manner” in order to make a point. 

Mr Max said: “If we decided as a society choose to go down a particular route and to ignore what we have done in terms of progressing the way that we deal with workers rights or the way that we recognise whether it is race, religion, sex and all these things we have to take into account.

“Unless we adapt as a society then yeah it could be worse but I would hope we have learned some of these lessons over this period of time.

“If we could just remove some of this woke nonsense that gets in the way.

“We start to use statistics in the most appealing manner, the law of average suddenly affects every single that decision we take.

“That means you don’t take any good decisions and you end up with rubbish.”

Ms El-Wardany replied: “Do you think in our society now men and women have the same opportunities and equal rights?

“That is a yes or no answer.”

Mr Max said: “It is not a yes or no answer because the point is if you grouped all men as one group and all women as one group then you ignore their race, orientation, their age and all those other things.

“I am sorry you make rubbish decisions.”

Earlier this week Carole Malone unleashed a scathing attack on the European Union’s food standards propaganda during Channel 5’s Jeremy Vine show.

Ms Malone blasted calls from the “EU’s cartel” not to buy chicken from the United States as “nonsense”.

She said: “It is all nonsense.

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“I don’t know if people are aware already but every bag of salt you buy in this country is washed in chlorinated water.

“The EU Commission itself declared chlorinated washes safe and said you would have to five percent of your own body weight in chlorinated chicken for it to have any effect.”

She added: “This is all about the EU’s cartel.

“It does not want us buying chicken from the US.

“They want to just protect the market in Europe.”

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