They’re lying about this already

I can imagine the reaction of people of colour to the publication of the government’s race disparity commission. Many will either have screamed with anger or cried with sadness.

The commission’s chair, Dr Tony Sewell, told the BBC: “This is a truly historic report.” On that we agree: it is a truly historic denial of the scale of race inequality in Britain, delivered precisely at a moment in our national history when the opposite is required.

No, it’s not. It’s a discussion of the causes of the inequality that exists. And the claim is – whether you agree with it or not – that it isn’t racism causing the inequality.

28 thoughts on “They’re lying about this already”

  1. “ I can imagine the reaction of people of colour”

    Ah, has to imagine – doesn’t actually know any people of colour then? Who’s the racist?

  2. Look at the panel – it’s all, apart from one, ‘people of colour’. But that clearly matters not to the race hustlers and agitators.

    Because if the report is right, people might start asking why we need them, since what they are railing against – often on the government’s dime – doesn’t exist.

  3. Almost every racial disparity the left can think of is in there. Education, mortality, crime, health etc. Obviously missing is disparities in football refereeing, blood donorship, volunteering for challenger trails of vaccines, probably a few others.

  4. fred bloggs

    And Portes, a painfully Woke, Remain supporting academic is of course the arbiter of all that is good, honest and true? I think even the KCNA might balk at that….

  5. Lying race baiters are bound to be upset when their lies aren’t believed and their race-baiting rejected. There might even be a risk of them having to earn an honest living in the future.

  6. @fredbloggs: Well, since the Tweeter in question limits who can see their Tweets, I guess we’ll never know if they might have a point or not, eh?

  7. Questions I need answers from Africans and Asians to:

    Why do Africans, Asians or Middle-Easterners imagine that a country, built over the last 1500 years by White people, would suit them as well as the people who created it?
    Why should black or Asian lives matter to White people?
    What benefits have the British gained by having millions of Africans and Asians here?
    What are the monetary, societal and personal costs imposed on the British people by having millions of Asians and Africans here?

  8. “I can imagine the reaction of people of colour to the publication of the government’s race disparity commission. Many will either have screamed with anger or cried with sadness.”

    One might almost imagine that it’s this type of emotional incontinence which is holding back certain sections of the community.

  9. Many will either have screamed with anger or cried with sadness.

    Hahaha, gaaaaay. I preferred them when they were haring with spears towards those Welsh lads, and didn’t feel sorry for themselves because they were living their best lives.

    My guess though is the vast majority of coloured chappies have no idea what this is and wouldn’t give a fuck if they did.

    there was clear evidence that a Black life in all areas and at all levels of our society was less valued than a white life

    Is that why they keep stabbing each other?

    but on a regular basis, almost daily, our talent could be locked out and denied

    All those aspiring rappers and footballers, denied. 🙁

    The government had to react to the events of last summer, and to appear to be doing something. So it commissioned an inquiry into racism, but in producing this report it has patently failed to make any useful contribution.

    Agreed. I’d have gotten the cops to wade in and batter anybody who tried to vandalise public property or commit assault. But da feds are soft and weak, they’re only up for manhandling feminist protesters, Countryside Alliance bumpkins, and the odd Brazilian plumber Cressida wants shot.

  10. True, it’s disgusting that my Chinese nephew isn’t an airline pilot… oh, he it.
    It’s offensive that I was imprisoned for marrying a chinese lady… oh, I wasn’t
    It’s disgusting that black people are legally barred from being MPs… oh wait.
    The world must be destroyed so my black surgeon is allowe… oh
    We must burn down society so that misgengenation is legalised… ah
    It’t illegal to be a journalist with brown skin, …. oh
    My indian dentist is living in fear of.. ah
    It’s disgusting that less than 49% of the NHS are …. pardon?

  11. All of this is so much more exasperating sitting in a county where, for example, if I were to complain that the Thai government is insufficiently sensitive to the needs of non Thais, (not that they are noticably sensitive to the needs of Thais) they would have a good laugh and then deport me.

  12. @Jonathan – the problem isn’t Asians per se – it’s that the wrong Asians. I suspect that if we swapped all the pakistanis and bangladeshis for japanese/chinese/koreans the gdp of this country would increase by a magnitude , welfare spending would decrease, children born with birth defects from cousin marriage would decrease and we wouldn’t be berated for Islamophobia by the permanently offended. As a bonus we wouldn’t have heard of Pakistani rape gangs.

  13. The Grauniad manages to say “Black Lives Matter” and complain about “stop and search” in the same article. The writer is either utterly ignorant or deliberately bullshitting – either way he deserves, at best, to be ignored.
    To instance “microagressions” against *black heasdteachers* as an example of “institutional racism” is stretching credibility – if the racism was institutional there would be no black headteachers.

  14. “Professor” Gopal having a total meltdown about the report on Twitter.

    That’s right, there’s institutional racism in the country whose top university gives a full professorship to woman who isn’t white, wasn’t born here, and has no talent except for spouting offensive shit. Sure there is.

  15. @ moqifen:

    …the problem isn’t Asians per se – it’s the wrong Asians.

    While it’s true there are different models of Asians, why would we want to import people from thousands of miles away, supposedly to do things that Brits are already perfectly capable of doing for themselves?
    It doesn’t make sense to me on any level; unless one simply dislikes the British people.

  16. I suspect that if we swapped all the pakistanis and bangladeshis for japanese/chinese/koreans the gdp of this country would increase by a magnitude

    I suspect you’re right, but good luck persuading any of them to come to the U.K.! I know I bloody wouldn’t.

  17. “we” didn’t choose. “they” (as in, the “them and us”, government, they) did, on our behalf.

  18. Theophrastus (2066)

    The demographer, Professor David Coleman, says that, if current trends continue, the UK will be majority non-white by 2066. So, quite apart from the genetic degradation, “as I look ahead, I am filled with foreboding; like the Roman, I seem to see ‘the River Tiber foaming with much blood’.”
    The alternatives seem to be ‘ethnic cleansing’ via subsidised repatriation and compulsory sterilisation of ethnic stabbers.

  19. While the Tories don’t push back against the woke left often or hard enough, when they do such as with this report the screaming, wailing, and gnashing of teeth it produces is beautiful to behold.

  20. Daniel Patrick Moynihan provided a comprehensive, yet-to-be disproved analysis of reasons and suggested corrections a half century ago. Nothing has changed in the racial disparities arena.

  21. “Theophrastus (2066)

    The demographer, Professor David Coleman, says that, if current trends continue, the UK will be majority non-white by 2066”

    Whose to say current trends won’t accelerate?

    I suspect it will be long before then that some parts of the country will be minority white.

  22. The ONS (2011) says that these constituencies are less than half white:
    Lewisham, Deptford 49.9%
    Ealing North 49.9%
    Leicester South 49.2%
    Leyton and Wanstead 49.2%
    Edmonton 47.3%
    Bethnal Green and Bow 46.9%
    Walthamstow 46.5%
    Slough 45.1%
    Feltham and Heston 44.9%
    Camberwell and Peckham 44.8%
    Poplar and Limehouse 43.5%
    Hayes and Harlington 43.4%
    Harrow West 40.1%
    Birmingham, Perry Barr 39.7%
    Harrow East 39.2%
    Brent Central 38.8%
    Bradford West 37.1%
    Birmingham, Hodge Hill 35.7%
    Birmingham, Hall Green 35.5%
    Croydon North 35.2%
    West Ham 34.5%
    Leicester East 31.4%
    Ealing, Southall 30.4%
    Birmingham, Ladywood 27.3%
    Brent North 26.6%
    Ilford South 24.2%
    East Ham 23.1%

    But if you suggest to someone that the LHA formula for Housing Benefit/UC should be simplified to make it based on average rents across the whole of the UK, then they shriek down the idea. People might have to move. And they’ve put down roots don’t you know.

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