Unmentionable Matters

A BBC world service programme, Politics UK discussed Neathergate with Sir Andrew Green and Denis MacShane.

Presenter Dennis Sewell’s admirable introduction promised a frank and open discussion, but it quickly reverted to type as the participants carefully avoided mentioning the detrimental effect Muslim immigration in particular has had on western society, and the obvious vote-conscious stranglehold it has on politicians with Muslim-heavy constituencies.

The next item tackled Ali Dezaei’s exploitation of the PC-driven taboo that prevented criticism of Black’nAsian police. The whole saga seems like a microcosm of the UK.

When the institutional racism in the police force was recognized after the Stephen Lawrence affair, the pendulum swung so far in the other direction that political correctness rendered objectivity nigh on impossible.

The considerable effort expended by politicians and the BBC in persuading the population to accept and embrace all cultures, even ones that abhor the very tolerance that facilitates their good fortune in being unconditionally and paradoxically welcomed here, echoes the collective blind eyes that refused to see a “black’ policeman as a crook.

Desperate bluster by politicians in order not to appear racist, and the media’s frantic attempts to normalise Islam parallel police anti racist measures like promoting ethnic minority individuals above their ability or setting up a Black Police Association.

If the police scenario does parallel that of the UK as a whole, the eventual conviction of a corrupt ethnic-minority policeman offers hope that this country might one day come to its senses.

Before that can happen the BBC must somehow become unbiased, and allow a wider spectrum of opinion to share the platform enjoyed by the cosy consensus that currently dominates the airwaves.

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23 Responses to Unmentionable Matters

  1. Jack Bauer says:

    like promoting ethnic minority individuals above their ability or setting up a Black Police Association.

    Which is then headed by a grievance mongering thug who’s NOT EVEN BLACK.


    • Scott M says:

      Which is then headed by a grievance mongering thug who’s NOT EVEN BLACK.

      Perhaps you ought to take a look at the National BPA website before displaying your incorrect assertions IN BLACK CAPITALS AS IF THAT MAKES YOUR FALSEHOODS SOMEHOW TRUE?

      I know this would break Biased BBC’s unwritten rule of never allowing the facts to get in the way of a nice bit of bigotry, of course…


  2. Jack Bauer says:

    Persians are not black. Even a tool like you might know that. On second thoughts, I guess not. Still a tool though.

    Mmm, so let’s see. I’m the chap who thinks a BLACK GUY should head up a BLACK association. You’re the tool who thinks it should be the whitish guy with a good tan.

    You do realize that PERSIANS are ethnically Indo-European i.e. Aryans? 

    I guess not. But then I bet you think Bill Clinton was the United States first black president.

    And that the Saatchi brothers are black.

    Please tell me why you are so bigoted you don’t want to see blacks head up black associations SCOTTY?


    • Scott M says:

      Diddums. Don’t cope well with criticism, do you, “Jack”? Anybody’d think you knew you were on dodgy ground and desperately using block capitals to sound authoritative when actually you sound nothing more than a desperate racist who may appeal to the other braindead morons who populate the Biased BBC comment boxes but are dismissed in real life and can’t accept that it’s your own fault.


      • dave s says:

        Please do not use the left’s shut up word ” racist’ to prevent discussion. The convicted policeman was a thug who used his ethnic origin as a way of evading the consequences of his actions. The man he tried to frame was Iraqi. This policeman was a disgrace to the police force. His ethnic origin is irrelevant.
        Now if you want to direct your ire at a real racist I suggest you have a go at Baroness Tonge.
        On second thoughts though, as she is a fully paid up member of the liberal elite by definition she must be as politically correct as all of you and beyond criticism.


      • hippiepooter says:

        Oh dear, on thinks Scott M was somewhat ‘projecting’ when he said Mr Bauer doesn’t like criticism!


  3. sue says:

    The NBA website explains:

    “The definition of “Black” does not refer to skin colour”.

    How bizarre. What does it refer to, then?

    “The emphasis is on the common experience and determination of the people of African, African-Caribbean and Asian origin to oppose the effects of racism.”

    When can I join?
    Does posting “IN BLACK CAPITALS” refer to something that makes falsehoods true?
    And what colour capitals makes falsehoods somehow false?


    • David Preiser (USA) says:

      This is simply a corollary to Jo Brand’s definition of racism:  it’s not about skin color per se, but is instead about political power.  Because only white peopel have political power in the West, they are by definition racist.  No other ethnic group can be racist because they don’t have the political power with which to exploit and oppress other races.

      Thus, the definition of black for the BPA is:  those ethnic groups who do not hold the political power.

      As ever, the argument is won from the start by those who get to define the its terms.

      (Actually, I suspect the intent is that the association wants to consider itself open to anyone wanting to join the fight against discrimination against people of color in the police force.  In which case they really ought to change the name.  But then the blacks would not be pleased, and we can’t have that.  So who actually has the political power in this case?)


  4. Roland Deschain says:

    I’m trying to decide if BLACK CAPITALS is a joke. Or a Freudian slip.


    • Scott M says:

      Simple typo, I’m afraid. Unlike “Bauer”‘s posts, which come from the point in the head where the average person has the reasoning part of their brain.


  5. hippiepooter says:

    Great post Sue, but how can the BBC be ‘made unbiased’?


    • The Beebinator says:

      with a good old fashioned culling


    • Martin says:

      A 1 megaton bomb would be a good start


      • hippiepooter says:

        Certainly not by appealing to the better nature of the Gramscian Marxists who now run the BBC.  A Parliamentary purging is the only answer in my view, but now the Conservative Party exists in name only and the number of sincere democrats on the left can barely be counted on one hand, where is it going to come from?  Things have got worse for the country but keep on getting better for the Gramscians who wish to destroy it.  Snoopy and his biplane look like our only hope!


  6. JohnW says:

    “The emphasis is on the common experience and determination of the people of African, African-Caribbean and Asian origin to oppose the effects of racism.”

    …which makes it institutionally racist as it excludes and discriminates by race against the indigenous British copper. Hence, it should be banned.

    Waiting with bated breath for the BBC to campaign against this blatant discrimination…..


  7. George R says:

    Yes, such is the ingrained ‘political correctness’ of the BBC, and such is its commitment to some vague notion of ‘multiculturalism’, that open criticism of Labour policy of mass immigration is denied.

    “Using immigration to turn Britain into a nation of Labour voters is so shameful I can hardly believe it” (Stephen Glover):

    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/debate/columnists/article-1250096/Using-immigration-turn-Britain-nation-Labour-voters-shameful-I-hardly-believe-it.html#ixzz0fSXlvrOP


  8. George R says:

    “Commander Dizaei has had his day… so have 40 years of argument by smear”

    [Extract, from Petert Hitchens’ article]:

    “Now that Dizaei has been shown up for what he is, perhaps we can turn to the others who have advanced secret agendas and objectives behind the same fraudulent banner.

    “For the other crucial revelation of this week was that the Government had ‘social objectives’ in encouraging the unheard-of levels of immigration that have transformed so much of this country in the past few years.

    “Note, by the way, the failure of the miserable Tory Party to make any serious use of this, because David Cameron has the same ‘social objectives’ and in any case dare not stand up to the bullies of the anti-racist front for fear of losing all those liberal votes he has worked so hard to win. ”

    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/debate/article-1250804/PETER-HITCHENS-Commander-Dizaei-day–40-years-argument-smear.html#ixzz0fVE20gGH


  9. George R says:

    Dominic Lawson rightly refers to BBC/Guardian fawning over Dizaei and his campaign about ‘race’:

    ‘Sunday Times’ –

    “The Met had no chance against race-card Ali”

    [Opening extract]:

    “The only thing black about Commander Ali Dizaei is his hair dye. Yet this Iranian-born policeman, the most senior officer to be jailed for corruption in more than 30 years, was a president of the National Black Police Association. The NBPA was not the only organisation to have been made a fool of by this arch-manipulator of racial politics: the BBC had made his dishonest memoir its Radio 4 Book of the Week, and The Guardian was also a willing media partner in his campaign to become the country’s most powerful policeman. ”



    • hippiepooter says:

      Thanks George R, you provide an invaluable service in providing some great links.


  10. George R says:

    Still a lack of BBC interest in this. I wonder why.

    “The human wrongs industry spits out one of its own”

    (by Melanie Phillips)



  11. George R says:

    Janet Daley on what Labour (and the BBC) keep quiet about:

    “Immigration: a plan to alter the nation’s soul”


    The specific problems of self-censorship, relating to Islamic mass immigration to the E.U. are referred to in this article:



  12. George R says:

    Presumably what ‘multicultural’-mass immigration Labour (& BBC) want:

     “‘White British’ in decline”