Here’s a bit of last week’s ‘This Week’
Now I’m not asking you to believe Nihal. I have no idea what the reality is, but what he says is pretty good here, good on him. We do need that honesty in the MSM, but we need to have everyone able to raise such issues, not just those of the demographic in question.
The main point being made here is exemplified by Diane Abbott MP (Flabbott / Abbopotamus etc). She was a past Minister of some sort in the previous Labour Government. She has a plainly racist past (recent and distant) which she tries to hide from the BBC audience. Listen to what this regular panel guest (Abbot) tries to spin…and how Andrew Neil calls her out on it. She claims that everything is fine in race and religious relations, whiteys can say what we think…like fuck. Everybody knows what happens when whitey talks about any race.
I DO NOT WANT A RACIST DISCUSSION HERE – I am well aware of the issues, if you want to raise them; do it elsewhere. (I’m just going delete any comments – don’t go there)
My point is the utter fucking hypocrisy of the media coverage of any issue regarding race, religion, immigration (regardless of colour). And how rare it is that any major show will talk about these issues. The failure of the media and politicians to address the issues of the public is what is going to detonate these issues sooner or later. This is what lead to Rotherham and all the other cities like it. Those in charge were more worried about a backlash against minorities than they were about basic human rights justice.
This is the second incident like this in This Week in the last three weeks. This one caused a fracture in the grievance industry.
It all starts departing from the expected script following the guest’s speech starting at 5:05. Watch from the start to see the context.
It all goes Pete because he is transparently evasive because he cannot afford to give answers on TV that will get back to his public. Andrew rips the scumbag a new one. (This clip is from the end of the preceding one – the money shot if you will)
And what was required to bring Abbot and Qureshi down? Simply not allowing them to say one thing to the public via the show and another to their particular demographic. Specifically dishonest things that encourage feelings of victimhood and oppression, used to firm up their support base.
We need honesty in the media. I am damn sure that the UK isn’t leading on this type of covering up hypocrisy. We are contenders though.
Once again, this post is not about the specific facts (don’t go there, this isn’t going to be a blog like that, I guarantee you), it’s about the lying of the political and media classes to the public.
In their absolute rush to get minorities and women into parliament, here we have another example of political parties having candidates selected because their face fitted the profile they wanted, rather than the looking for the best candidate on merit.
The general election is on May 7th. UKIP has been caught up in this stuff repeatedly, now it’s the Tories’ turn. It’s endemic in Labour.