Riots that began in London are about race
Posted by Ann Corcoran on August 10, 2011
Update August 13th: British Degeneracy on Parade, here.
Update: Oh, geez, now it’s “Afro-Caribbeans” suspected of killing “Asians” (that is the word they use to describe Pakistani Muslims in the UK), here. Thank goodness, no evil rich white Christian guy is involved!
For days I couldn’t figure out who were the rioters in London (and now spread to other cities across the UK and Europe). Truth be told, I wasn’t following it all very closely at first. Then I saw this piece by Katherine Birbalsingh in The Telegraph that confirmed what I had been guessing—most of the rioters and looters were black, but no one wanted to say it—the politically correct media could not be honest.
From The Telegraph:
What colour is Mark Duggan? Mark Duggan is the man who was shot dead by the police on Thursday in Tottenham. The Tottenham riots last night were sparked when people protested his death. This morning, I first heard of the riots on the radio, then on the television. I read articles on the internet. But oddly, no one would say what colour Mark Duggan was. No one would say the unsayable, that the rioters were, I suspect on the whole, black. Then, finally, Toby Young’s Telegraph blog post on the riots was published. Is Toby Young the only journalist out there who will dare say that these riots are about race?
Still, one paper did carry a photo of Mr Duggan. When I saw the photo, it confirmed what I knew instinctively: black youths once again have set London alight.
If you follow the link above to Toby Young’s blog post, he says the African-Caribbean population is responsible.
Birbalsingh goes on to conclude:
Problems cannot be addressed unless people are willing to tell the truth. As with so many other things in this country, we stick our heads in the sand and refuse to speak out about it.
No fear here of talking about it!
This might be a good time to re-read this June post on how Africans (esp. Somalis) get into the UK.
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