Didn't get a lie-in today either, when I wanted and needed it most. Okay, now I'm pissed. I wanted to stand back from this issue, but now you'll get the fullness of my outrage...The BNP Show...
If anything is going to drive people into the waiting arms of the "racist, fascist" British National Party (and that's the LAST time I refer to them by name here), I can name three things...1) A bunch of unwashed Lefty students trying to tell me I'm too stupid to make up my own mind
, as seen outside BBC TV Centre on Thursday night. Please find a dictionary, and look up the definition of the word "fascism". Can't be bothered? Well, here it is (from dictionary.com
"a governmental system led by a dictator having complete power, forcibly suppressing opposition and criticism, regimenting all industry, commerce, etc., and emphasizing an aggressive nationalism and often racism."
May I draw your attention to the part about "forcibly suppressing opposition and criticism"? Five hundred aggressive protestors certainly sound like "force" to me!2) An orchestrated attack on a single individual, masquerading as a serious TV discussion programme
- any attempt to make the programme seem "legitimate" appeared to have been tacked on as an afterthough, and one of the most important issues of the day, the postal workers strike, was not even mentioned!3) A black AMERICAN intellectual doing her very best to lay out her case as a "British Denyer"
, namely one Bonnie Greer, Deputy Chairman of The BRITISH Museum (Question Time, BBC 1, Thursday 22nd October 2009, starting at time index 39:15 onwards
)! For a self-acclaimed historian, she has a yawning gap in her knowledge, namely the meaning of the word "indigenous"
- look, here it is...
"originating in and characteristic of a particular region or country; native (often fol. by to): the plants indigenous to Canada; the indigenous peoples of southern Africa. "
By this definition, I, having been born in Britain, am actually indigenously British
; actually indigenously Scottish, even though my parents were both born in England. If this had been "N.G." and his party, denying The Holocaust, or anyone else denigrating (oh, am I still allowed to say that word?)... say black people
, the outrage would have been mind-blowing - hold on a minute, let's take a look at yet another dictionary definition:
"a belief or doctrine that inherent differences among the various human races determine cultural or individual achievement, usually involving the idea that one's own race is superior and has the right to rule others.. "
hmmmm, no mention at all of racism being purely white against black - but Greer quite gleefully tried to dismiss the British as a people. Clearly, her definition of a "person" is quite narrow, given that she discounted Neandrethals as people too.
If British people don't actually EXIST, Ms. Greer, then neither can our Museum, and you're out of a fucking job! As far as I'm concerned, she's a racist
, and therefore a fucking hypocrite.
I do NOT want your "revisionist anthropology" contaminating our
Guess that's me on the Anti-Fascist League death-list now, all because of that. Hey, bring it on.