There’s always the possibility that, uniquely perhaps, the government is right here

Dr Halima Begum, the director of race equality think tank The Runnymede Trust, said she felt “deeply, massively let down”.

“Institutionally, we are still racist, and for a Government-appointed commission to look into [institutional] racism, to deny its existence is deeply, deeply worrying,” she said.

Maybe Britain just ain’t that racist, Love?

17 thoughts on “There’s always the possibility that, uniquely perhaps, the government is right here”

  1. If it’s all so racist and horrible and rainy here, she’s free to fuck off back to her theocratic desert shithole.

  2. “Britain just ain’t that racist, Love?”

    No, it really isn’t. But there are a lot of people who depend on us all being racists for a job. So they are forced by circumstances to constantly see racism that just isn’t there. They could of course try getting a real job doing something that is actually useful.

  3. What matters isn’t the diagnosis but the prescription. Is there anything in the recommendations that they actually disagree with?

  4. As Upton Sinclair said, it is difficult to get a man to understand something, when his salary depends on his not understanding it

  5. Nobody will be surprised that the ignorant potato has gone all “guardian” on this report, ably supported by the faecal matter that masquerades as his commentators. No doubt he’ll shortly claim to be black irish and is due reparations for the potato famine or something.

  6. Amusingly he is in fact black Irish. Because that means “protestant”. Which, as a Quaker, he is a flavour of……

  7. Humans form groups as in family, clan, tribe, state and have a natural tendency to protect their groups in order of closeness. Is it racism that you will favour your family members above some random individual from another state?
    Haranguing a group of people and insisting that they are racist when they don’t believe they are is a sure way to push them together and make them feel threatened (or at least pissed off). It’s a sure way to make them hostile to the very people to whom they were being unfairly accused of being racist.

  8. Tim

    If one joins the Quakers just to get one’s leg over, then can one truly claim to be an Irish Protestant?

  9. In short, AndyF, it’s a recipe for generating racism. Which will secure their continued existence. They aren’t stupid.

  10. Runnymede? Is there anything in the Magna Carta that says we have to put up with grievance-mongers?

  11. The Runnymede Trust is just another anti-White lobby group. Ban them and run their funders out of town.

  12. ‘In short, AndyF, it’s a recipe for generating racism. Which will secure their continued
    existence. They aren’t stupid.’

    Very true, Julia.

  13. the quaker i know, is phenotypically black irish (via antipodes), and is an avowed toaist to boot and not shy about quoting spouting uncarved blocks to meeting goers.

  14. Maybe Britain just ain’t that racist, Love?

    I’ve said that these people should go live in Africa, Asia, the Middle East for a while – then they’ll see what real racism is like.

    Nobody hates blacks more than blacks from a different tribe in Africa. When was the last time football hooligans committed genocide?

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