here we are in the UK in the midst of the migrant crisis, and the BBC have just released this "story" about "imagined criminals" and how those who
made the claims were actually guilty.
The interesting thing to note is that all of the "perpetrators" were white, and all of the "imagined criminals" were from some "minority" or
If you go to the home page where the "story" is listed on the left hand side you can see the contrast they wish to create - left image white woman,
right side black man.
In other words, you can't take seriously what anyone says if they are white, and who they are complaining about is not white - it's a smaller part of
the social engineering that is being thrust upon us, to stop people from daring to say anything, or complain about anything for fear of being bunched
in with the "whitey racist scaremongerers".
Of course we all know that some migrants are deserving and are genuinely fleeing war - but the vast majority of this lot entering Europe, from what I
can see, judging from their actions, are nothing of the sort.
I might do a post on history and why the slavery / whites oppress blacks theme is just plain wrong and factually and historically incorrect - but this
kind of "story" just winds me up.
Why do it? What's the motivation? What's the desired outcome? What are they trying to get people to think?
Do we need more of the "white people oppress black people" drum beats, or should we all wake up to the FACT that the REALITY is that it is and always
has been the Rich oppressing the poor, and having us all fight each other instead of them under false pretences?
Do you think that the rich mill owners, factory owners, mine owners, land owners, corporation owners, politicians, bankers, etc, etc, etc care if
you're black or white, so long as you're poor?
This kind of "story" does injustice to us all and just drives the wedge deeper between communities that should be stood together and fighting
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