Tuesday, 5 June 2012

Shipping in the vicious

In October 2008, Trevor Philips, Chairman of the Equality and Human Rights Commission, said this about the brutish behaviour of some African youths once they get here:
"We admit them, RIGHTLY, and then we plonk them in schools and we expect behave like everyone else. You look at the names of those who are involved, they come from Congo, they come from east Africa and so on.

I don't think anybody has been very keen on saying it. Let's recognise what it is that is making it happen. IT IS NOT THE FACT THAT THEY ARE BLACK but the fact that they have come from vicious, wartorn regions."
You heard it here, folks. If black Africans happen to stab, shoot, rape, rob, mugs, pimp or drug up anyone in this country, 'it is not the fact that they are black,' it's because they're 'from vicious, wartorn regions.'

Trouble is, I don't know whether you've noticed, Trev, but, since time immemorial, Africa and 'vicious,' 'war-torn' behaviour have been synonymous. Savagery of some sort would seem to be endemic in that part of the world. Which would seem to suggest that you and your political paymasters must have known all along what was going to happen to the people of this country and their society when you were shipping in the 'vicious.'

Anyway, I'm sure the 'it's not because they're black' thing will go down well with the Global Elite, Big Brother, the PC Crowd, the bought-and-paid-for politician, the government jobsworth, the brainwashed, dumbed-down, drugged-up, couldn't-care-less and the immigrants themselves.

However, as regards the long-suffering silent majority, I doubt it somehow.

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