• Political Correctness Gone BAD

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    British Gazette readers will doubtless have been appalled at the denial of one the most basic of civil rights – the right to live in a society which prosecutes the lawbreaker, thus avoiding the need of arbitrary vigilante justice – to large numbers of vulnerable teenage girls in and around Rotherham in the West Riding of Yorkshire, who have been abused, tortured and raped by men whose identities were known to the police. The BBC report it here: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-south-yorkshire-28947707

    There is now much hand-wringing by the PC elite who have had to admit that concern over community cohesion caused the police to refrain from investigating. Our police have been corrupted by this totalitarian intolerance for some time now. Remember a certain Mr Reynolds and the golliwogs in his shop window? Herewith a report (dated 4th March 2006) from the Daily Telegraph to remind you: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/1512030/Police-seize-golliwogs-from-shop-after-racism-claim.html

    But this hand-wringing is a mere attempt face saving on the part of the PC elite faced with some of the consequences of their actions. This BBC report lamenting upon the police use of “stop and search” shows that the elite expect the police not to stop being PC any time soon: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-24902389

    This is why the best way of challenging this tyranny is to challenge it. That is why we have chosen to display an image of a golliwog for this article. Which is why we state that if the police find themselves stopping and searching more youths who we now have to describe as “black” and not “Negro” it is because such Negroes (in that particular area) are more likely to be carrying illegal items that others.

    Doubtless this article will – because of its use of the word “Negro” will be condemned as racist and intolerant. However, I have a question; “When and why did the word Negro become verboten? I distinctly remember an old Reader’s Digest atlas in our family home which had a reference section that included a world map with the main categories of races; Mongoloids, Negroids, Caucasoids and Australoids.

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