Brexit done, bring on the racism!

David Olusoga explains it all to us:

In the second half of 2020, one strategy for filling the post-Brexit blame vacuum was tried, tested and war gamed, all of it executed with levels of proactive forward-thinking and strategic planning that the government struggled to muster when dealing with the pandemic. New enemies were identified and the attack lines against them fine-tuned in the focus groups.

Firmly in the crosshairs are black and brown working-class people, who are to be stripped of their class identity so that their interests and their histories can be falsely presented as a dangerous threat to those of working-class white people. Hence the demonisation and deliberate mischaracterisation of the Black Lives Matter movement. But among the new enemies are academics and, in particular, historians, whose work focuses on the histories of empire and slavery. They and the institutions that have commissioned research from them have been subjected to a new order of hostility. Expect more of the same in 2021.

What he actually means is that some people have been Meanies to him and not wholly, entirely, unquestioningly, accepted his view of past events. And how Blue is that?

23 thoughts on “Brexit done, bring on the racism!”

  1. Nice one Dave, get your retaliation in first! Why bother to decry each critic of your shoddy (and let’s face it racist) nonsense as a racist, when you can issue an annual blanket condemnation?

  2. So Much For Subtlety

    These people hate us. We have let them in to the country and given them everything we had to offer. They have taken all the nice jobs in places like academia and they have turned around and accused us of being Nazis.

    The fact is people like this are a cancer in British society. Either they go or we do.

  3. “Hence the demonisation and deliberate mischaracterisation of the Black Lives Matter movement.”

    Well Millwall fans, aren’t you all ashamed now ?

  4. This is rich coming from a man who’s made his living from demonising White people!

    It’s also 180 degrees from the truth; it’s White people generally and the White working class in particular who have been demonised, scapegoated and dehumanised by the Guardianista/ Diversocrat class. Their daughters are being raped by the thousand every year by muslims, their sons are butchered in the streets by Africans; they are beaten, robbed and abused by black and brown people on a daily basis, so Olusoga can f**k off, and when he’s got there, he can f**k off some more.

  5. “In the second half of 2020, one strategy for filling the post-Brexit blame vacuum was tried, tested and war gamed, all of it executed with levels of proactive forward-thinking and strategic planning that the government struggled to muster when dealing with the pandemic. New enemies were identified and the attack lines against them fine-tuned in the focus groups.”

    And then we found out that the Wacist White Bastards were better at it than us, for a tenth of the effort.. fixed it.

  6. Black scientists would be halfway to Alpha Centauri by now if they weren’t too busy crying about racism and stabbing each other 🙁

  7. ” Or the sanctioning of slavery in the Bible, too.”

    Yeah, but that’s “da Jooz” innit ? After all they run a genocidal apartheid state etc etc…

  8. It should be possible to determine whether this is hysterical narcissism or sober prediction. A FOI request to find out when and where the government held these focus groups. Did they ever take place? Can a focus group really “fine tune” a policy? Did it ever agree on the “target”?

  9. Or some of the Vibrant Communities in the UK that are definitely non-white, and have very definite ideas about (part)Africans…

  10. The point, Nautical Nick, is that the current cancel culture concerning the slave trade is all about identifying historical figures who have either been involved in the trade or benefited from it and interpreting their entire life based on this one fact, true or not. The latest people to be targeted are David Hume and Thomas Carlyle:

    https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2021/01/02/philosophers-david-hume-thomas-carlyle-review-slavery-links/?

    Unless we are to dismiss all the texts relating to the life of Mohammed, then it is clear that he was a slave owner, slave trader and condoned the rape of female slaves. The fact that Mohammed’s involvement in slavery, and the Arab slave trade as a whole, are of no interest to BLM demonstrates that its campaign is not about the injustices of slavery but solely about anti-White racism.

  11. @PJf -An illustration of why public services in the UK are so shit. My bet is in link 1 that none of them have done a job in the front line of public services.The only male looks like a simp/cuck.

  12. A part time director of coronation street was sacked for commenting that he wouldn’t accept being lectured on privilege by someone who was paid more money than him for making shows no one wanted to watch and that having worked in media himself for decades that the ‘stories’ on racism were bullshit. Same guy also tweeted when a BBC director boasted of insisting on a more diverse crew something along the lines of congratulations on firing a load of people just to make yourself feel better

  13. ” “Finn took issue with Olusoga’s words, ”

    He’s absolutely right to do so, but paid for it with his job. White Privilege in action!

    ” Clarke later doubled down on the comments in an interview with BBC Radio 5 Live — an interview that Finn posted a link to with the comment: “The sheer arrogance of this fucktard:”

    I like the cut of Mr Finn’s jib!

    Noel Clarke and David Olusoga are both cunts. Deportation when?

  14. It seems to me that it’s SJWs that are at the forefront of stripping black and brown people of their class identity, and carrolling them all into “effnics” who *must* vote Labour to be true to their imposed identity.

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