Young white lives don’t matter (at the BBC) https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9704235/BBC-sparks-discrimination-row-banning-white-people-applying-18-000-trainee-job.html
“The BBC has sparked a discrimination row after only allowing people from ethnic minorities to apply for a trainee position.
The broadcaster is advertising a one-year, £17,810 trainee production management assistant role with its Science Unit in Glasgow, but the position is ‘only open to black, Asian and ethnically diverse candidates’.
Positive discrimination is unlawful under the Equality Act 2010, but ‘positive action’ is allowed for trainee and internship roles in areas where there is under-representation.” [Daily Mail].
“Under-representation? It was recently exposed that the proportion of blacks working in the UK as TV presenters etc is in fact greater than their proportion in the population. In soaps, TV ads etc, there is huge over-representation of blacks and the mixed-race.
Just another example of the slow but accelerating attempt at the deliberate replacement of white (European) people, who have created almost everything of value in the world for the past millennium, and arguably for several millennia.
Batley and Spen by-election news
Apparently, Kim Leadbeater, the Labour candidate, and sister of Jo Cox, who was MP for a year (2015-2016) did fail to appear. Well, in a sense one could feel sorry for her, parachuted in by Labour to be the candidate, when she is not a politician and indeed only joined Labour very recently so that she could stand at Batley and Spen.
Kim Leadbeater was once, and notionally still is, a physical education teacher, but I read that she has in fact lived in recent years mainly from monies provided by the “charity” set up as “Jo Cox Foundation”. I have investigated that “charity” in the past. Rather doubtful, to say the least.
Labour Party rules require candidates to have been Labour Party members for at least a year, but so desperate were Labour’s leaders to cash in (as they thought) on the “sympathy vote” around Jo Cox (who was assassinated by a dissident, 5 years ago), that the usual rules were bent or broken for Kim Leadbeater.
I am not so sure that the said “sympathy vote” exists, in fact. The 2016 rigged by-election (at which the other major System parties and UKIP declined to stand) gifted Tracy Brabin, the Labour candidate, a vote-share of over 85%, but that was not only in a situation where only minor or crank candidates opposed Labour, but also on a miserable turnout (25%).
As I blogged a few weeks ago, the Labour vote at Batley and Spen declined to 55.5% in 2017, then again to 42.7% in 2019: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Batley_and_Spen_(UK_Parliament_constituency)#Elections_in_the_2020s. My blog post: https://ianrobertmillard.org/2021/06/04/the-batley-and-spen-by-election-2021/.
The latest opinion polling:
As noted previously, George Galloway’s candidature may well sink Labour. There might be nothing between the two major System parties without Galloway in the contest. Even then, though, and even were Labour to win by a handful of votes, that would still signal that Labour is on the way out in strategic terms.
American legalized child abuse
Hard to believe that this is permitted. So much for the so-called “land of freedom”…
More tweets seen
For which the Cabinet of Clowns continues to impose lockdown/shutdown nonsense, facemask nonsense, and other nonsense (eg mass vaccination). As a result, 12.2 MILLION people in the UK await NHS treatment, inflation is taking off, whole industries are ruined, and the self-confidence of the people has never slumped so low.
Oh, “Bob from Brockley”…I had almost forgotten about that irritating and unpleasant Jew. He (real name Ben Gidley, a sociologist at London University: https://www.bbk.ac.uk/our-staff/profile/8746457/ben-gidley) used to troll me daily from his other Twitter accounts (notably “@inthesoupagain”) when I myself still had a Twitter account. His trolling went on for years, and on a daily basis. Some of his troll accounts were closed down by Twitter, though his “@antinazisunited” account is still, I think, there, though frozen for a couple of years now.
“BobfromBrockley” is basically a pro-Israel, pro-Jewish account on Twitter, though posing as “socialist” and pro-Labour Party, specializing in the pathetic and outworn slogans of the “socialist” past: “non pasaran!”, “Never Again!“, “Venceremos!” etc.
Ha…I notice that someone else on Twitter has noticed:
Incidentally, that photo is not “Bob from Brockley”, i.e. Gidley. It is an early mugshot of the singer Johnny Cash.
I am scarcely a fan or supporter of George Galloway, but it has to be admitted that, without his candidature at Batley and Spen, the by-election would be the usual meaningless (((controlled))) contest between two or three System parties. Now, at least one fake party (Labour) will probably lose a seat it has held for some time (since 1997). Galloway will then have achieved his objective, if only at the cost of giving a boost to the other main System party.
Though I despise the Conservative Party as it now is, I hope that Labour loses at Batley and Spen.
Labour is very much now again in the pocket of the Jewish lobby. The Conservative Party has long been so, especially since the 1990s. I suppose that is why George Galloway has a good chance of both retaining his deposit at Batley and Spen and also of denying the seat to Labour. Where will the Muslim vote go? Not to the Conservative Party, and now not much to the Labour Party, so that leaves Galloway as the likely recipient of quite a lot of the Muslim vote. He will probably get at least 5%, and may even get 10%.
35 years later, at the age of 70, Plisetskaya danced for one evening only in Almaty, Kazakhstan. I lived there at the time, and went to the ballet once per week (it was a fairly short walk from my home). My then girlfriend wanted to see Plisetskaya dance, even at such an age. Unfortunately, the tickets were sold out, so we never saw the famous ballerina [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maya_Plisetskaya], whose husband, Shchedrin [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rodion_Shchedrin] is a fine composer (still alive and aged 88), but whose music is not really known in the West, certainly not to the general public.