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Frank Furedi (born Ferenc Furedi)

Frank FurediThis Hungarian “former student radical” and emeritus professor of sociology at the University of Kent argued that historic abuse offences should effectively be swept under the carpet on Newsnight in July 2014. Faversham based Furedi – who is married to the CEO of the UK’s largest independent abortion provider – has previously bizarrely leapt to the support of Sarah Palin, attacked the scientific consensus on Global Warming and published a book titled “First World War: Still No End in Sight”. His supporters argue that his critics are just “jealous, small-minded and unable to engage politically or intellectually with the ideas he devises and promulgates on a cooperative, non-coercive basis” whilst he loftily sees himself as “the Lenin de nos jours”. That this academic, wannabe politician and author wrote a book describing the Jimmy Savile scandal as a “moral crusade” in 2013 about says it all. Frank Furedi is nothing more than a pompous, ridiculous man.

 

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10 comments on “Frank Furedi (born Ferenc Furedi)”

  1. Trust this vile publication to attack a good man like Mr Furedi. He speaks out against all you mad paedophile maniacs. Rolf Harris is INNOCENT and he’s still my friend. I abhor you for blackening the name of good people like Frank and Rolf.

    1. There is a very thin veneer for decency amongst academics in Britain and Europe. Dominique Strauss-Khan IMF boss raped a maid in a posh New York Hotel, strings were pulled in the prosecution service,crucial evidence sweeped under the carpet. He too is a champagne socialist and academic, and was predicted to become the next President of France. It is more than a moral crusade. It is not his teeth that is rotten , it is his distorted thinking process. His house must be a complete pig style with all the rubbish he sweeps under the carpet.

  2. He has VERY bad teeth. The fact that his wife runs an industrial scale baby murdering operation says all we need to know about the vile and amoral company he keeps.
    Leaving aside Harris ‘s heinous crimes he should have been prosecuted for inflicting his low Australian culture upon us. The poor Queen….her life is hard enough having to endure her children without being forced to have her portrait painted by a simpering pervert

  3. This unappealing man, FF, should not be given a chance of flogging his idiotic ideas and irrelevant thoughts
    On television…or anywhere else. Just hide and keep silent! DL

  4. Perhaps the respected professor of sociology from the University of Kent can explain why double standards are acceptable when politicians and the establishment are involved. Why can’t nurses and doctors not sweep mlstakes and offences under the carpet?

    1. The nutty professor from the University of Kent (College of Knowledge) will not respond to such a ambiguous question. I think he knows Vicky Pryce. Maybe Michael Portillo can give him a hand?

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