Friday, 2 June 2017


Again we see brownskins, unaffected by the racism conditioning, daring to utter public truths that no white person would.

The Paki says "Immigration has destroyed your country" and "This is not England any more! What country are we in?".

"The whole of north UK is full of my community, everywhere. Migration has messed up your country." He calls for mass deportation of Pakis.

If he had been of European ethnicity, he would now be at risk of prosecution. But since he has the magical shield of brown skin, the universal get-out-of-jail-free card, he is probably safe.

You can see a longer version here around the 13 minute mark. Watch as the audience jeers the Paki. Then Suzanne Evans is asked to comment. She was Carswell's ally, a pro-immigration UKIPper. After she downplays the Paki's suggestion of kicking out Pakis, the debate is quickly moved on.

2 comments:

  1. This is the BBC after all, so it wreaks of a set-up. I'd put money on the fact that this guy was chosen to make this specific statement, while the rest of the audience was stacked with pro-immigration automatons to shame and shout him down to send a very clear message to anyone, regardless of race, who thinks like him. I doubt very much that what this man said is his genuine feeling on immigration, because when you cut to the core, all these non-Whites stick together. I've seen it time and again. Yea, this is a BBC set-up.

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  2. I reckon he's of Indian descent, rather than Pakistani. Several South Asians I've spoken to have told me that they as a people are more ethnocentric than Europeans.

    Hearing the BBC leftie middle class boomer audience jeer him kind of underlines the point.

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