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Friday, 16 January 2009

UK: peecee gestapo at it again

from I Luv SA:


Note to anti-racism campaigners: buy a dictionary

The hand-wringing liberals are at it again, this time demanding Prince Charles apologise for calling his friend Sooty.

The friend in question, Kolin Dhillon, said “I enjoy being called Sooty by my friends” but that hasn’t stopped the PC fascists from wailing hysterical about how insensitive and offensive Prince Charles has been.

Someone from Give Racism the Red Card, the unequal rights pressure group that started plying its trade at football matches, said “In our view there is no friendly banter where racism is concerned”. Well clearly there is you muppet, as evidenced by “Sooty” saying “I enjoy being called Sooty”.

Even the campaign manager of the anti-monarchy campaign, Republic, has got in on the act saying it shows how out of touch the royals are. Which it doesn’t. What it shows is how out of touch people like Republic and Give Racism the Red Card are. Has Prince Harry’s former colleague, the one he called “paki” three years ago, taken offence at being called “paki”? No. Has Kolin Dhillon complained about being called “Sooty”? No. Not every black or asian person is obsessed with being a victim. Not every black or asian person sees racism in everything that is said or done to them. It’s only the gobshite professional whingers, hand-wringing liberals and spineless politicians that blow things like this out of all proportion and they’re the ones creating this climate of fear where ordinary people are scared to speak their mind in case they get accused of racism.

But, strictly speaking, the jobsworth from Give Racism the Red Card is right. There is no friendly banter where racism is concerned. Racism is a hatred or intolerance of another race or other races or a belief or doctrine that inherent differences among the various human races determine cultural or individual achievement, usually involving the idea that one’s own race is superior and has the right to rule others. Did Prince Charles demonstrate a hatred or intolerance of Kolin Dhillon because of his race? No. Did Prince Charles express the idea that he was superior to Kolin Dhillon because of his race? No. So was Prince Charles being racist? NO!

Publicity is the oxygen of the fascist groups “anti-racism” that are driving a wedge between the natives of these islands and rest of society. Every time a newspaper quotes them it gives them an unhelpful and undeserved legitimacy. They are the ones you can thank for the kind of society we now have where groups like the Muslim Council of Britain and Reach receive taxpayers money and have a seat at the decision making table but the Steadfast Trust, a charity dedicated to promoting English culture, is denounced as racist.

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