Wednesday, May 23, 2018

Late May 2018 - British Movement Comments, Views and Opinions

Late May 2018
British Movement Comments, Views and Opinions

The Channel 4 TV Documentary 
Manchester: A Year of Hate Crime
Broadcast at 10.35 pm on Monday 21st May 2018

The promotional 'blurb' for this programme described it as being,
" this tense film shadowing police as they monitor hate crimes in Manchester after the Arena bombing last May."
Not quite what was then screened however, as the reporting and shadowing of police was supposedly filmed over a six month period beginning before the jihadist atrocity at Manchester Arena.
Much of the footage centred on officers from Greater Manchester Police (GMP) dealing with incidents in Oldham and Manchester, not all the incidents could be construed as 'racial hatred' or even 'racially motivated', but the programme producers did their best to make the viewers believe that this was the case.
Unsurprisingly, none of the incidents featured acts of 'hate crimes' against White British or White European citizens by black or Asian perpetrators. All the 'hate' incidents featured were carefully selected situations where either Asians or blacks (in one case Africans) had been verbally abused or assaulted.  The only act of reprisal after the Arena attack was an amateur arson attack on the entrance door of a small mosque in an Oldham side street.
This documentary was presented very much as multi-culturalist propaganda, the police (GMP) were
presented as the defenders of 'community cohesion' and the defenders of ethnic and religious minority populations against 'hatred' and 'racists'.
The problems created by mass non-white immigration into an urban conurbation like Greater Manchester, was never addressed, unhappiness with the imposition of multi-culturalism and a multi-racial society was never presented. The threat presented by Islamic terrorists and Muslim extremists was portrayed as being not connected to the presence of sizeable Muslim communities colonising the region, but the actions of a handful of 'dis-connected' outsiders.
The programme only interviewed and asked for commentary from police officers, establishment political figures, local ethnic minority and 'community leaders', such as the Imam of the central mosque in Manchester. There was no counter arguments from White British nationalists or opponents of immigration. The anti-Islamist corner was reduced to snatches of on-line rhetoric from former EDL leader 'Tommy Robinson' and news coverage of the 'Anti-Hate March' through central Manchester some weeks after the arena atrocity. Not surprisingly the attitude of this programme towards 'Tommy Robinson' and the patriotic marchers was heavily laced with criticism and was the anger towards the jihadists was dismissed as being 'hate' which the commentators denounced as the actions of 'Far-right outsiders' coming into Manchester to create tensions and divide communities.
And of course the Multi-Cultural, diverse. tolerant population of Manchester refused to be
moved by the 'racists' and remained united and tolerant.

But if that was the case, where did the 'hate crimes' come from?

There was little attempt to question why there should be so much 'hate crime' in a region where the establishment political parties trumpet the so-called 'virtues' of 'diversity' and crow on about 'tolerance', and 'unity of diverse cultures'.
Surprisingly the Mayor of Manchester, the former Labour MP Andy Burnham, offered a few mumbled words to the effect that he could understand where the racial tensions were coming from, he did of course condemn 'white racists', but recognised that swathes of the White British in Manchester were "marginalised" and economically struggling and in poverty.
But none the less, Burnham believes that multi-cultural Manchester can rise above these tensions and the 'hate' generated by the Arena bombing.
If that was truly the case, why the community tensions?  Why the street level racial conflicts?
And why did a Libyan, born and raised in Manchester bomb the Manchester Arena?

This Channel 4 documentary was little more than a propaganda tool for multi-culturalism and those who believe in a multi-racial Britain. It is just one TV broadcast in a chain of such outpourings on various channels seeking to mark the anniversary of the Arena atrocity and to defend and promote 'diversity' and multi-culturalism - whether the indigenous White British want it or not....

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