Essay: A British, secular leftist in complete denial

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British productivity still lags behind other big economies and is 16.3 per cent lower than the average in other G7 nations.[1]

British economic productivity is around 25 percent weaker than in the United States where a high percentage of the population are young earth creationists.[2]

A British, secular leftist wrote about the User: Conservative account: "Conservative is a raving Anglophobe and he always manages to find a small nation that does things "better" than than The UK. One nation he never compares The UK to is America, which is understandable as all of his arguments would fold if he did so."

A few points:

1. Consider the recent main page right post made by the User: Conservative account:

"British productivity still lags behind other big economies and is 16.3 per cent lower than the average in other G7 nations.[3]

If only Britain didn't embrace the pseudoscience of Darwinism, then it might have a greater appreciation of science/technology/productivity.

British economic productivity is around 25 percent weaker than in the United States where a high percentage of the population are young earth creationists.[4]"

2. Concerning the Anglophobe charge:

The British newspaper The Guardian reported concerning British politician Tony Blair and the former United States president George W. Bush: 50% see Blair as Bush's lapdog.

Last time I checked, lapdogs weren't that scary. The idea that American would be scared of the British is utterly absurd - especially after Americans won the American Revolutionary War.

And the truth is that I hold no dislike of the British people. I certainly understand that the British have made many invaluable contributions to Western culture. For example, John Bunyan's Pilgrim Progress is my favorite work of fiction. And the Geneva Bible is an outstanding version of the Bible. And common law has had a profound effect on the American legal system.

Now do I enjoy giving proud, British Darwinists comeuppances? Absolutely - especially a certain bitter, British Darwinist/atheist who has had a tendency to rail at the User: Conservative account over the years.