Celebrity Jade Goody had the wrong attitude to Indian film star, Shilpa
Shetty in "Celebrity Big Brother." The Daily Telegraph showed
the three "Racists" looking common while Shilpa was shown
at prayer, elegant in a Sari and looking sidelong. The programme is
based on getting an assortment of characters into a house and titillating
the viewers to keep the viewing figures up. Bullying and personality
clashes are the attraction. But Jade, Daniella and Jo had the wrong
sort of personality clash with Shilpa and had to be excoriated to cow
down other people. Forcing Jade to keep apologising and to confess publicly
that she is disgusted with herself is our cultural Marxist rulers version
of a Soviet show trial. She had to be broken in public, made to repent
and show abject contrition. Jade has some Afro-Caribbean ancestory and
an honest person would look for a cause other than racism like class
envy or bad manners, but there is an ideology at work which imposes
the same explanation on different situations - white racism. (4)
The law introduced persecution in the case against working class lads
from Notting Hill after the race battles of August 1958. In the Commons
debate a local Labour M.P. Frank Tomney made one of the most honourable
and heroic speeches ever in the House of Commons in defence of his young
constituents which shows how the police and lawyers had framed them.
They had no rights. Here is a precise: "Nine young men were arrested.
No one in the constituency takes the view that what they did was not
severely wrong, but the sentences of 4 years imprisonment for boys of
17 - even coloured people are going round organizing petitions on their
behalf. I wrote to the Home Secretary asking him to see me about this
but he declined as it is sub judice. The case was subject to appeal
a week ago and the sentences confirmed. I made sure -none of these boys
had a previous conviction. "When people read about comparable cases
and find variations in the sentences they come to think that our law
does not provide justice. In one case of alleged rioting which concerned
coloured people, one man was sentenced to prison for a year and others
were fined. The man who was sentenced to a year had a former conviction
in 1948 for shooting a policeman which is a crime with intent to kill.
Yet these boys with no convictions got 4 years. "I have here a
letter from the Union of Post Office workers about a boy from Ellingham
Road. It tells of his having just returned from serving in Cyprus yet
he was taken from his bed at 2.a.m. and charged with rioting. He only
pleaded guilty because he was foolishly advised to. Contrary to the
bias of police evidence, he was in possession of no weapon, though he
admits to being an occupant in the car that toured the district shouting
slogans. A petition to me is in responsible language and from people
I have known for nine years" (5)
The 1964 election in Smethwick shows where the persecutions can lead.
An offensive slogan had been used during the election campaign and posted
on walls "If you want a N***** for a neighbour, vote Labour".
Harold Wilson attributed this to Conservative candidate Peter Griffiths,
when being interviewed by Robin Day on Panorama of 9th March 1964. After
the Election, now Prime Minister, Wilson broke from his address on the
Queens speech to insult the victorious Griffiths by calling him a "Parliamentary
Leper", who would be shunned in the House. This breached the convention
that new members be protected until after their Maiden speech. On October
the 5th just two weeks before polling Griffiths was denounced in the
Birmingham Post, and the Times whose Midland correspondent wrote, "It
is abhorrent to all Conservatives and officials of stature to whom I
have talked." But he did not say to whom he had talked. He headed
his column of the 12th, "Vile -its all in Black and White."
As the election result was announced on October the 16th Socialists
made Nazi salutes and the Marxist Bishop of Southwark, called the electorate
"unchristian", and the Bishop of Chelmsford attacked local
voters. This election was a model of democracy. A local man fighting
on a local issue was elected in a fair election by local people but
these unelected Bishops who lived far away insulted them on a priori
ideological grounds. The state broadcaster the BBC took American Black
Power leader Malcolm X to Smethwick in February 1965 for current affairs
programme "Tonight". He told the assembled world's media,"
I have come here because I am disturbed by reports that coloured people
in Smethwick are being badly treated. I have heard they are being treated
as the Jews under Hitler. I would not wait for the Fascist element in
Smethwick to erect gas ovens." That was what the BBC had told him!
They denied having taken him there but Mayor C.V.Williamse investigated:
"I was most amazed at the finesse shown by the BBC. I was told
the car was not a BBC car but it was owned by one of the directors."
Malcolm X told the Times that the BBC had taken him. This led to a time
bomb was planted outside Mr.Griffiths' home on 26th October 1965. The
police thought it the work of experts. (6)
The persecution in 1984 of Ray Honeyford a head teacher at Manningham
middle school in Bradford shows the depths of intolerance for those
who diverge even slightly from the orthodoxy because Mr.Honeyford supported
Multi-Racialism but warned of Multi- Culturalism. The local education
authority tried to have him removed from his school, and when he wrote
about his efforts in the Salisbury Review he was de-humanised by the
media, had a "rent a mob" screaming 'Racist' outside the school
gates, the local education authority sent a psychiatrist to see him,
the Department for Education had Helena Kennedy QC subject him to an
Inquisition and school inspectors persecuted him. He had to retire at
52! The dangers of multi-culturalism are now widely accepted even by
Trevor Phillips of the Human Rights Commission. (7)
In 1991 Cambridge don Dr.John Casey was picked out for an erudite article
in the Salisbury Review which concluded that voluntary repatriation
could encourage people to try to drive immigrants out so the Government
should adopt compulsory repatriation. The argument involved quoting
Edmund Burke's definition society as" a partnership not only between
those who are living and those who are dead, but between those who are
living and those who are dead, and those who are to be born." The
address appeared in the first issue of the Salisbury Reviewin 1982 but
it was only in 1991 when a student found it by accident that the persecution
was unleashed. His English Literature lectures were boycotted by students,
Trotskyists demonstrated, Marxist Lecturer Terry Eagleton held rival
lectures and the Sunday Times of 1/12/1991 printed a picture which made
him look like a wizened crow. These actions are always of a mass of
people turned onto one person!(8)
In May 2002 a Tory councillor was persecuted by a Government minister.
Professor Geoffrey Samspon's website stated, 'There is overwhelming
scientific evidence that races differ to some extent in their average
intelligence levels - yellow-skinned Orientals tend to be rather brighter
than whites, negroes tend to be rather less bright." Government
minister Peter Hain, a founder member of the Anti Nazi League, raved
on Breakfast with Frost, "Sampson is proud to be racist".
Prof. Sampson wasgiven right to reply on Radio 4's Today programme which
is heard less than television. He explained Hain's statement was untrue
and " as far as I am concerned it would be daft to be proud of
racism - what is there to be proud of?" But this was ignored in
subsequent TV news broadcasts, which kept repeating Hain's distortion.
Prof. Sampson recalls, "many commentators hostile to me seemed
to assume that scientists who explain the roots of racial feelings must
be sinister Ku Klux Klan types. That is virtually the reverse of the
truth." Special Branch warned him he was a marked man and advised
him on safety precautions to reduce the risk of harm to him or his family.
He was advised to look under his car before driving to check that nothing
was attached - the result of a Labour government minister publicly persecuting
In August 2005 Prof. Andrew Fraser was retired by Macquarrie University,
Sydney, Australia, where he was Associate Professor in the Department
of Public Law. He responded to a newspaper headline that quoted a 3
year-old Sudanese girl, "Now my mum and Dad are Aussies just like
me" by letter, "Experience practically everywhere in the world
tells us that an expanding black population is a sure-fire recipe for
increases in crime, violence and a wide-range of other social problems.
He added that they are expected to acquiesce in the erosion of Australia's
national identity." He also warned of the "rising Asian ruling
class." He was invited to submit an article to the Deakin University
Law Review. Entitled "Rethinking the White Australia Policy"
it was reviewed and accepted for publication until journalists and a
lawyer acting for the "Sudanese Community" objected, then
the Vice-Chancellor of Deakin University directed them not to publish
it. Prof. Fraser makes the point that when he taught at Macquarrie in
the 70's there had been attempts to silence visiting professor Hans
Eysenk but that was by the students not the authorities. Sydney Morning
Herald columnist Michael Duffy pointed out "That generation of
students are now the authorities."
They suspended Professor Fraser because they thought his views on race
would influence his course, American Constitutional History. Usually
retired academics who plan to research obtain an Honorary Associate
and can use the university library, but Prof.Fraser was refused this,
for his book: "Anglophobia: Its Causes and Cure". He did not
deserve consideration now he was de-humanised and labelled "racist."
That vindictiveness is another spite in a year-long campaign of discrimination
by the University against him. (10)
In April 2006, Leeds university authorities subjected Dr.Frank Ellis
to an Inquisition after he had an interview published in "Leeds
Student." Dr.Ellis was sought out for the interview with political
bias in mind because of his "peculiar and extreme views."
He and his interviewer ranged over many topics but what ignited prejudice
against him were his remarks that the average black has a lower IQ than
the average white or Asian; that he believed we need to introduce a
policy of humane repatriation. There were the usual demonstrations by
Unite Against Fascism, or what legendary Daily Telegraph columnist Michael
Wharton aka Peter Simple dubbed "Rent a mob." The Universities
decision was purely to persecute a man for holding the wrong opinion:
he treated his students fairly and impartially as the interviewer acknowledged
Dr.Ellis's "excellent rapport with his students and colleagues."
Further, Leeds have a system to prevent unfair marking as the candidates
paper is anonymous and each is marked by 3 different tutors. He was
investigated by the West Yorkshire police for incitement to racial hatred.
So what is the problem? Dr.Ellis was not disciplined for his conduct
towards his students, which was exemplary, but persecuted for not expressing
the right thoughts on ethnicity. In an interview on Talk Sport Ian Collins
screamed at Ellis, "Your'e mad!" (11)
Robert Henderson was persecuted in July 1995, for an article in Wisden
Cricket Monthly. He wrote that a reason for the bad performances of
England's cricket team was the mix of foreign and native players. However
talented they lack the commitment to their side on which team success
depends. He explains: "The common experience of mixed groups makes
it immensely difficult to accept that a changing room comprised of say
six Englishmen, two West Indians, two Southern Africans and a New Zealander
is going to develop the same camaraderie as eleven unequivocal Englishmen."
This was not racism as his example had two blacks and five people who
are not English, three of whom are certainly white. The argument seems
to have been accepted by other cricket writers like David Firth, Editor
of Wisden and Matthew Engel, editor of the associated Wisden Cricketers'
Almanac and columnist for The Guardian. The media held an Inquisition.
The journalists and public figures who denounced him did not attack
what he had actually written but responded out of ideological correctness
against what they thought his views were. Two of the black players,
Devon Malcolm and Philip De Freitas, sued Wisden for libel but they
did not him which is unusual because the author is usually included
in the suit. He had made it clear that he would fight any libel action
all the way in the courts. Malcolm and De Freitas had sought the advice
of the Professional Cricketer's Association who took counsel's opinion
which was that no libel existed. The magazine's proprietor Paul Getty
almost definitely ordered the settlement to avoid social embarrassment.
Telegraph newspapers published clues to his home address and refused
to print an unedited reply. He was then turned on by Wisden whose following
issue had five pages of vitriolic attack on him even though they printed
the original article. Editor Mr.Firth would not print a reply.
Mr Henderson contacted his M.P. Frank Dobson to complain of the way
the media had treated him, and asked for an intervention on his behalf.
Mr Dobson gave a vague promise,
but did not act even though it was his paid duty as his elected representative
to raise this in the House of Commons. Later, in his 1997 General Election
leaflets Dobson claimed "over the past 17 years I've tried my best
to represent our area in Parliament." On 3rd August 1995, Mr Henderson
received a letter from the black Labour politician Diane Abbott, telling
him he had "no appreciation of acceptable terminology. As an ex-journalist,
and someone who still dabbles, I believe that we have a duty to write
on subjects we know about." Later Ms Abbott objected to "blue-eyed
blonde" nurses from Finland tending coloured patients in her East
Mr Henderson wrote to Tony Blair about Mr.Dobson and for defence against
the media corruption, "You have made a great thing of moral behaviour
in politics, Mr Blair. If that means anything you will help me to obtain
a fair hearing, both in terms of natural justice and common equity.
If you fail to do this, we shall know exactly what a Blair government
will be, one based on the primitive idea that justice is for one's political
friends and injustice for one's political enemies."
Mr Henderson wrote to Blair at the Commons and at his home, and Mrs
Blair a Human Rights lawyer at Gray's Inn, but was ignored. Mr Henderson
wrote thirteen letters to the Blairs between March 1996 and February
1997. Finally, Blair summoned the Police to his Westminster office.
The Police considered charging Mr.Henderson with Common Assault and
offences under the Malicious Communications and Race Relations Acts.
They took the letters for examination by the Crown Prosecution Service.
It was decided that the correspondence "fell short" of any
criminal offence. But Blair was advised that the "sheer volume"
of continued letters could justify criminal prosecution in the future.
The Crime Report concluded: "In summary, the allegation of Malicious
Communication is 'NO CRIME', however the security of the
has been put in the hands of the right people."
"Sheer volume?" there were only 4 letters to Cherie Blair
and nine to Blair over a period of a year. The rest were requests for
a meaningful answer to the initial letter - he only got non-replies
from their offices.
The media demonised him but refused him right of reply. An interview
he gave to the BBC was edited by splicing together different parts of
my interview to produce the opposite of what he had said. The interview
was 30 minutes of which only 93 seconds was broadcast.
Study this to see how the BBC tries to destroy those who say the wrong
things: this is persecution! Mr.Henderson said in the interview: "I
take the Mathew Parris line on this. Mathew, says "that part of
being an Englishman is being white. Now I think that's reasonable, not
just from my own experience, but it seems to me that you don't get someone
taking on the whole of a new culture when they come to a country. That
doesn't of course mean that they cannot be British and of course if
they are representing Britain there may not be the same problem that
you've got if they are representing England, but if they are representing
England they've got to feel that there isn't anything which spurns them,
which thrusts them out from society, which I am absolutely certain that
the majority of blacks and Asians do feel. I can sympathise with them
because any minority anywhere is going to feel under stress."
This is what the BBC broadcast after editing:
"...part of being an Englishman is being white. Now I think that's
reasonable, not just from my own experience, but it seems to me you
don't get someone taking on the whole of a new culture when they come
to a country." (12)
There has been a widening of focus and now there is religous persecution
to stop opposition to the creation of Eurabia, as it is throughout the
Anglosphere. One who has written about this is Mark Steyn who, as I
write, is being persecuted by the Soviet-styled Canadian Human Rights
Commission because of two complaints by the Islamic Congress against
Maclean's magazine and its editor-in-chief, Kenneth Whyte for printing
a chapter from "America Alone" on Oct 20, 2006. The complainents
claim "the article subjects Canadian Muslims to hatred and contempt."
An Islamic Congress press release decries Steyn's article as "flagrantly
Islamophobic." He wrote, "The Muslim world has youth, numbers
and global ambitions. The West is growing old and enfeebled, and lacks
the will to rebuff those who would supplant it. It's the end of the
world as we've known it. Sept. 11, 2001, was not "the day everything
changed," but the day that revealed how much had already changed.
On Sept. 10, how many journalists had the Council of American-Islamic
Relations or the Canadian Islamic Congress or the Muslim Council of
Britain in their Rolodexes? If you'd said that whether something does
or does not cause offence to Muslims would be the early 21st century's
principal political dynamic in Denmark, Sweden, the Netherlands, Belgium,
France and the United Kingdom, most folks would have thought you were
crazy. Yet on that Tuesday morning the top of the iceberg bobbed up
and toppled the Twin Towers. This is about the seven-eighths below the
surface -- the larger forces at play in the developed world that have
left Europe too enfeebled to resist its remorseless transformation into
Eurabia and that call into question the future of much of the rest of
the world. The key factors are: demographic decline; the unsustainability
of the social democratic state; and civilizational exhaustion.
Let's start with demography, because everything does: If your school
has 200 guys and you're playing a school with 2,000 pupils, it doesn't
mean your baseball team is definitely going to lose but it certainly
gives the other fellows a big starting advantage. Likewise, if you want
to launch a revolution, it's not very likely if you've only got seven
revolutionaries and they're all over 80. But, if you've got two million
and seven revolutionaries and they're all under 30 you're in business.
For example, I wonder how many pontificators on the "Middle East
peace process" ever run this number: The median age in the Gaza
Strip is 15.8 years. Once you know that, all the rest is details. If
you were a "moderate Palestinian" leader, would you want to
try to persuade a nation -- or pseudo-nation -- of unemployed poorly
educated teenage boys raised in a UN-supervised European-funded death
cult to see sense? Any analysis of the "Palestinian problem"
that doesn't take into account the most important determinant on the
ground is a waste of time." (13)
I have written about the move to anti-Semitism of the Cultural Marxists
to defend the axis they have formed with Muslim terrorists. Well,a Jewish
man Ezra Levant, is being persecuted in Canada for "hate speech"
about Islam. Mr. Levant is fighting back: "Although the United
States has a very robust First Amendment, Canada and Britain have a
common tradition going back to the Magna Carta that brought about some
of the freest presses in the world," Mr. Levant told The Washington
Times, "if Canada and the U.K. can be infected, so can America."
Mr. Levant was publisher of the Western Standard, a Conservative weekly.
He was noticed by Muslim activists on Feb. 13, 2006, when he published
the Danish cartoons of the prophet Muhammad that had caused protests
throughout Europe and the Middle East. Canadian law-enforcement officials
investigated the publication but did notbring criminal charges.
But Syed Soharwardy, head of the Islamic Supreme Council of Canada,
made a complaint against Mr. Levant with the Alberta Human Rights Commission.
The commission summoned Mr. Levant for a hearing and Mr. Levant republished
the cartoons on his blog, Ezra Levant.com. He is also is a lawyer and
accused the Commission, a government body, of violating due process
to impose state censorship. He told The Times that "unlike real
courts, the tribunal members are not judges (and often not even lawyers);
in Alberta, there are no rules of court or rules of evidence; precedent
is not followed; there is no set burden of proof; the taxpayer funds
the complaints, but the defendant must pay his own costs (even if he
wins); and, most importantly, the commissions and tribunals issue rulings
that are clearly not in compliance with our constitutional and common
law freedoms of expression." He video'd the hearing and put excerpts
on his blog and YouTube.com. "My lawyer and I insisted that we
be permitted to record the interrogation, for use when we appeal the
commission's decision to a real court," Mr. Levant wrote on his
Marie Riddle, the commission's director, did not return phone calls
from The Times and the commission barred journalists, observers and
the Western Standard's former editor from the hearing. The persecutions
of Mark Steyn and Mr. Levant show the tyranny increasing because "In
the past, they've focused on small, powerless bloggers or other loners
without any money or legal representation," Mr. Levant told the
Times, stating that the commissions are now targeting Canada's mainstream
media. Mr. Steyn wrote on his Web, SteynOnline.com, that Mr.Levant's
"magnificent performance ... has raised the bar for the rest of
us ensnared by this grotesque system. He's absolutely right not to waste
time attempting to mitigate his 'offence,' and he's also correct in
rejecting this pseudo-court's jurisdiction over him," he added.
A Catholic priest Father Samuel who fled to Belgium to escape Muslim
persecution of Christians in Turkey is now being persecuted for "incitement
to racist hatred" by the Belgians: the Government's Inquisition
agency, the Centre for Equal Opportunities and Opposition to Racism
(CEOOR). It is for a remark he made in a 2002 television interview:
"Every thoroughly Islamized Muslim child that is born in Europe
is a time bomb for Western children in the future. The latter will be
persecuted when they have become a minority."
The Belgian judiciary decided to try him before the penal court in Charleroi.
He repeated his statement and that he would be honoured to go to jail
for this. He added that Jesus too had been persecuted! In a sermon he
called upon the faithful to accompany him to court. "We will turn
this into an excursion, driving there in full buses." Father Samuel
fled to Belgium to escape the persecution of Aramaic Christians in Turkey
and is being persecuted by the Belgians! The Aramaics are a Catholic
minority in Syria and Turkey and speak an old Semitic language, which
Jesus and the apostles used and so are a link with Christ. Mel Gibson
used the language in "The Passion of the Christ."
At Montignies-sur-Sambre he conducts the Mass according to the traditional
rites of the Catholic Church. Hundreds attend his Sunday Mass. The congregation
includes African immigrants, a large number of young people and many
young families with small children. On his web and sermons Father Samuel
warns of "the islamic invasion" of the West and that Muslims
are invading Europe and we face impending civil war. According to Father
Samuel "so-called moderate Muslims do not exist." This was
in 2006 and is been kept very quiet as we move towards secret trials
for dissenters in the western world. They do not want the mass of Catholics
to realise that Christians are now being persecuted in the Europe on
behalf of Muslims because a rebellion of Catholics against the Cultural
Marxists of the E.U. could end their tyrannous rule. (15)
An internet ' blogger' is going to be arrested when he returns to England
for incitement to racial hatred. Paul Ray, aka 'Lionheart', left for
the Middle East two years ago. He claims he was receiving death threats
from Muslims which made it too dangerous to stay in his home town of
Luton. He is a born again Christian and reformed drug addict who had
reported Muslim drug dealers to the police when, he alleges, the police
told the dealers and gave them his address.
Paul, a Christian Zionist, went to Israel and met a fellow traveller,
who was also looking for a hostel. Together they got a bus to the old
city in Jerusalem, and went to the hostel that the other traveller had
written down. The International Solidarity Movement were recruiting
there. The ISM website mentions Paul by his original name of Paul Cinato,
and they deny that he was photographed with them but Paul's blog has
photographs of him and the group brandishing AK47.s! The leader told
them to delete the pictures but he kept his. The International Solidarity
Group recruit at universities and colleges around the world and are
trained to attack Israel by Palestinians. Later, walking around the
town he met a member of the security services who advised him to get
his stuff, and then drove him to another town.
On January 3, he received an email from Bedfordshire Police. It was
from Soviet-style " Hate Crime officer" Ian Holden: "The
offence that I need to arrest you for is 'Stirring up Racial Hatred
by displaying written material contrary to sections 18(1) and 27(3)
of the Public Order Act 1986. You will be arrested on SUSPICION of the
offence. You would only be charged following a full investigation based
on all the relevant facts and CPS consent. 'Paul I will see you on the
19/02/08 when I will tell you everything that you need to know. 'Due
to being out of the office for six weeks I will not have access to my
emails as of tomorrow 04/01/08." Bedfordshire Police said: "We
are aware of this particular internet site and we are taking action."
Paul fled the intolerance of the British state to America where he was
trying to get asylum but is now planning to return to face the thought
Since then a West Indian Christian couple in Luton have also exposed
the ethnic cleansing of blacks and whites by Pakistanis by bricks through
windows, firebombing synagogues etc to the local newspaper. A very local
Christian has had a lot of media coverage about some Asian harassment
of west-Indian and white households in Luton. It has been on the radio
and the main news as some Muslim thugs have been throwing large objects
through the windows of elderly black and white people in an Asian neighbourhood
to drive them out. The police have been brushing it under the carpet,
but the TV covered a residents meeting with the police and Bishop Blake
asking the police what they were going to do about it. (16)
(5) Commons.Hansard The debate was in October 1958.
A Question of Colour. 1966. Peter Griffiths.(Leslie Frewin).
Sunday Times 1st December 1991
(9) ) http://politics.guardian.co.uk/conservatives/story/0,9061,714247,00.html
(13) ) http://www.steynonline.com/content/view/878/128
Washington Times. " Putting tribunals on trial" January 17,
(16) See - Bedfordshire on Sunday 13/01/2008
Luton on sunday 16/01/2008
Bishop Blake is at:
There is a tradition of free speech in this country and there are organisations
to defend it. NO2ID has been set up to fight the introduction of the
I.D.Cards and interrogation centres and opposes the Data Base state.
The Libertarian Alliance http://www.libertarian.co.uk/lapubs/tactn/tactn001.pdf
The Freedom Association http://www.tfa.net
The text below comes from the Civil
Liberty website, it's by Kevin Scott BA Hons, the Founder and Director.
" This will come as a surprise to many of our friends based overseas
but Great Britain is now one of the most repressive regimes in the world.
We operate under the tyranny of political correctness which is just a
floppy term for the repressive implementation of one single, dare we say,
rather twisted, view of human society, which doesn't allow for dissent
or opposition. The regime creates the framework within which they declare
views are either acceptable and tolerated or unacceptable and repressed.
It is a framework which defies common sense and
is one which even declares that in a court of law, the truth shall be
no defence. "