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I believe ALL victims of racism

Well who would have thought it in a million years but an Eastenders actress, Linda Henry is facing trial for ‘allegations’ of racism. That’s right, a blonde cockney reject, probably better remembered for her performance in Bad Girls (whatever that’s worth), has been naughty enough to warrant an actual public trial to prove she has been guilty of this actual crime as postulated by law.

I reckon she’s a big fat racist y’know. I say this because I’ve a wedge of evidence supporting my ‘allegations’ of racism against a number of individuals but the police advised me instead to shut down my social networks and threatened me with criminal proceedings for a few words I said regarding all 4 billion men on the planet. Despite the facts, that racism is illegal and that as a victim I have the right to justice (allegedly) I wasn’t acknowledged in this respect. Ms Henry’s victim though, well, the police, CPS etc were convinced they were racially abused enough to warrant taking the case to trial. As anyone who has ever worked in any capacity in the criminal justice system knows, the authorities do not want their success rates affected by your tenuous case. They have to be absolutely certain a crime has been committed and they can prove it in a court of law or else they don’t bother.

So it is with this insider knowledge (both in the legal system and occupying a brown body) that I can say hand on heart, I believe them. I believe every single victim of racism who discloses they have been racially abused. I don’t believe in the race card. I think that was phrase coined by controlling whites to dismiss, deny, gaslight non-whites by discrediting their validity as humans struggling to survive in a white system.

Here’s a radical thought for you: All white people are a little bit racist at least because they continue to enjoy the spoils of empire whilst the rest of us are systematically dehumanised and it is only white people who have the power to change this. White people are ‘deeply offended’ at being labelled a racist but they do not consider it offensive when we are racially abused daily. Where is all the white outrage at the BBCs insistence on pushing the good old days of empire on us whenever it needs to fill up the schedule? Why have they refused to suspend Henry over the ‘allegations’? If one of their brown employees was suddenly suspected of terrorism without evidence would they be afforded the same grace? You’ll have to pardon my mock outrage at the state broadcaster’s blatant racism, but it’s worth noting they are the medium through which bigotry of various flavours is justified. Whether you’re a traveller or a Muslim, good ol’ Aunty Beeb will put the white population straight. Thousands of us are being spoken about as though we are less than human and our lives do not matter, that we can be carted back to the jungle if enough of the whites agree. If there truly were enough white abolitionists among us BBC HQ would be surrounded until they admitted their crimes against humanity.

I have been racially abused, manipulated and cast aside. I know how it feels to know your perpetrator is lying but they will be believed on account of the colour of their skin. This is why I will always believe victims of racism, just as I will always believe victims of sexual violence. Just because the rules are set up to favour those with white skin or male privilege, does not make it the truth because a white western judge or jury says so. Even if Henry is acquitted, it means nothing to me and many thousands more like me.

We’ve got your number, white people. If you look like a racist (white) you probably are.

Big Brother Corporation

We all know the UKIP channel wants to bring back British values, tackling immigration so that Britain’s interests come first, we’ve seen this in their programme scheduling. In the course of one evening, spread across their various channels there was ‘From Jail to Jihad’, ‘The Crusades’, ‘The British Empire’ (looking back over the glory days where they murdered everyone and took everything) and of course unlimited airtime for Nigel Farage and his henchmen, with 16 slots on BBC Question Time alone, whilst the other party leaders have barely managed 15 appearances between them.

Perhaps more insidious still is this constant stream of news and programming that seeks to address the problem of patriarchal violence and abuse of women and girls by fixatedly pointing the finger elsewhere, specifically black and south Asian countries like Nigeria, India and Pakistan. I’ve sat here for 10 minutes listening to BBC News 24 and if I was white and already a little bit racist, well, I’d probably nut the first non-white person I come into contact with. I would at least slam a door in their face. Y’see, the BBC is saying that these men from these foreign lands (with diasporas settled here), they harbour a particular type of resentment for women that is just beyond any of the misogyny we see on our own doorsteps from the white majority. Of course if there is any sexual violence over here then maybe the savages brought it with them.

This could be true.. But it wouldn’t explain Yewtree would it? It wouldn’t explain the many thousands of victims Savile violated. Or any of his showbiz pals implicated alongside him. Heck, let’s not mention the politicians with their numerous victims that apparently had it in for the person who raped and indecently assaulted them and predictably, only conjured a defence to destroy his good name (snort). Of course if he had made advances on them then they ought to be grateful someone so powerful would take an interest in someone beneath them. Well, that’s what happens in Whitehall anyway.

The figures we’ve circulated revealing the true nature of rape, rapists and rape convictions went out of the window when the rich and famous of Great Britain went on trial. Suddenly we were back at square one, where victims lie and their definition of rape doesn’t count as rape rape. 3 years of work down the toilet cos the establishment doesn’t crumble for anyone. The UN report into Britain’s pervasive culture of sexism has been largely ignored.

We get it BBC; you’re Britain, warts and all. You’re the average Brit pissed off that you’re not as wealthy (or feared) as you once were. Instead of remembering it was the banks you were blaming only a few years ago, it’s easier to point the finger at groups of people already marginalised and vulnerable because inciting a few boneheads to attack people smaller than them, in numbers and in privilege and quite often, actual physical size (being as racists and fascists love picking on women, as you have demonstrated yourself) is a much easier campaign than getting your own hands dirty. You’re far too civilised with your stiff upper lip and British stoicism (sociopathy).

This is propaganda. It’s dishonest and deceptive. Yet we’re expected to pay a TV license and we don’t get a choice in the matter. We can be thrown into prison for it. Instead we have to watch whilst the UKIP channel does a great job of convincing British sheep that the grass is greener here and we should let all the other sheep starve in the middle of a desert because they’re ALL rapists and wife beaters and that is something we just do not do.

The next time someone throws communism in China at me as some lazy retort against my political beliefs I will remind them of the UKIP Channel aka BBC aka Ministry of Untruth.

*One episode of Goodness Gracious Me does not make up for 4 years of Farage.

Complaint to the BBC eyeswide

Dear BBC Blah Blah Blah

Dear ms ambreen

Reference CAS-1379184-J1Y6RZ

Thanks for contacting us about BBC News.

I understand that you feel we haven’t devoted enough time or provided in-depth coverage of the Health and Social care bill and the opposition to it.

The political opposition to the Bill culminated in the House of Commons emergency debate on 20 March. Accordingly, the Commons debate featured heavily in our news coverage on the day and was the lead story during our main news bulletins.

The Health and Social Care bill has been one of the biggest UK stories over the past few months and we believe we have afforded it the appropriate level coverage in a fair and impartial manner, allowing viewers and listeners to make up their own minds on the matter at hand.

The time given to each issue or report in the news has much to do with whether it’s news that has just come in and needs immediate coverage, how unusual it is and how much national interest there is in the subject matter. The choice has to be selective and no matter how carefully such decisions are made, news editors are always aware that some people may disagree with them.

We’ve covered this story regularly over many months, both throughout our news broadcasts and in current affairs programmes offering more in depth discussion. You can view examples via the links below:

http://news.bbc.co.uk/democracylive/hi/house_of_lords/newsid_9699000/9699477.stm

http://news.bbc.co.uk/democracylive/hi/house_of_lords/newsid_9701000/9701904.stm

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-12177084

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-17289988

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-16933394

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-sussex-14779676

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