Sadiq Khan’s Cesspit, by Taki Theodoracopulos.
While the fuzz is busy trolling the internet for racist or sexist material, crime in the capital is up 10 percent, and the police — handicapped by PC orders from above — have made fewer arrests by 12 percent. Youth violence and murder are soaring in London, and some statistics have them up by 84 percent.
Here’s a story that’s not a statistic: Last week my little girl Lolly was viciously attacked and robbed near World’s End after going to dinner with her cousin. She had spotted a hoodie (does Cameron still wish for us to hug them?) on her way to dinner, a man of North African, definitely Middle Eastern, appearance, and it was he who attacked her after dinner as she was nearing her flat at the end of King’s Road. …
Displaying empathy that hides the truth is no virtue, and I think most of us would agree. The truth is that foreign-born gangs, North Africans and Africans, are not prone to uphold our laws but choose the easy way, which is the criminal one. Eastern European immigrants come here to work; those from Africa come to receive welfare. It might sound racist to some, but it’s the truth, and the media that covers up these unpleasant truths is as guilty as that piece of filth who attacked my little girl the other night.
This cultural divide began in the ’60s and was encouraged by weak-kneed lefties — the kind who called Enoch Powell a racist — of all parties and political persuasions. ,,,
The true traitors, in my not-so-humble opinion, are the mainstream media and academics. They are the ones who have spread the poison to the young in order to pat each other on the back when they meet and drink cheap warm white plonk in smelly places. They think they are morally superior — as delusional as Norma Desmond’s belief that Cecil B. DeMille wanted her back to star in one of his epics.
Political correctness that sees racism everywhere is a malignant scourge that will bring Europe to its end. Perhaps not in my children’s lifetime, but definitely in my grandchildren’s. Newspeak language designed to make political dissent impossible is now the prevailing state of things. Anything that the media and the academy do not approve of is called racist, with a repackaged national identity the order of the day. Everything has to change — history, sovereignty, the works. In America last week a church in Virginia took down two plaques of men who had worshipped there, one of George Washington, the other of Robert E. Lee. The plaques distracted our worshippers, said the cowardly rector.