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Post by Guest on Thu May 12, 2011 11:43 am

"Today’s headlines about the Milly Dowler murder case are a classic example of how the media routinely ignore racism when indigenous Brits are the victims.

The irony is that, just yesterday, I was speaking about this problem as part of my formal submission to a top level symposium on the subject of Hate Crimes."

This is what Nick Griffin had to say this morning about one of the great scandals of our time – the Establishment cover-up of the anti-British hate crime that has resulted from decades of mass immigration and multi-culturalism.

"Although the trial of Levi Bellfield for the alleged murder of the 13-year-old is headline news, the media are covering up a vital part of the story: Bellfield is a Romani gypsy racial supremacist, who is on record as believing that his tribe are innately superior to the rest of us.

"This reflects the Romani classification of non-gypsies as ‘gorgias’, a generally derogatory term which goes together with the oft-held racist belief that non-gypsies are ‘unclean’.

"As far back as 2008, it emerged that Bellfield boasted that his Romani blood made him ‘superior’ and that he had a particular hatred for blonde women. But today’s reports make no mention of this.

The missing media firestorm

"The extent of the media, and court, bias is instantly clear if you reverse the situation.

Imagine if the alleged killer of a 13-year-old black schoolgirl were on trial and it were known that he was a white supremacist who hated black women.

There would be a media firestorm about racism, fuelled by the outpourings of guilt-ridden, self-hating liberals.

It would make the coverage of the Stephen Lawrence murder look restrained."

After suggesting, in passing, that anyone who doubts the extent of media bias should Google first 'Stephen Lawrence’ and then ‘Kriss Donald’, Mr. Griffin gave us the good news that, just yesterday, his position as an MEP enabled him to do something truly constructive to bring a little justice to the situation.

"I attended a hearing of the project ‘When Hate and Law Collide’, held in Strasbourg.

This is a major European Commission-funded study whose brief is to provide recommendations for future EU ‘Hate Crime’ legislation.

"Organised by the Law School at the University of Central Lancashire, together with the University of Gothenburg and the Goethe University of Frankfurt, this is a two-year project that will have a major impact on the eventual legislation.

The organisers explained to me that their brief was to consult as widely as possible and, to give them their due, that is clearly what they are doing.”

Really important first

"This is the very first time that the concerns about anti-indigenous racism and the injustice of the inadequate Establishment response to the problem – which we articulate on behalf of so many of our supporters and constituents – have been taken seriously and allowed to be aired in the EU corridors of power," Mr. Griffin explains.

"A full report of this huge step forward will appear in the forthcoming edition of Freedom.

In the meantime, I can confirm that my fifteen-minute explanation of the problem was listened to very carefully and that, in the half-hour discussion that followed, it was clear that my evidence to the committee of professors and researchers had struck home and is being taken seriously.

"Also very heartening is the fact that the spokesman for the Association of Chief Police Officers (ACPO) who addressed the same committee earlier was at pains to point out to the experts that ‘racism cuts both ways’.

For a key official from Britain’s most senior police officers to use the phrase which we coined is another heartening example of how our ideas and analyses are infiltrating the so-called ‘mainstream’.”

Chief constables accept our message

"Just three years ago, Chief Constables were ordering the arrest of our activists for distributing our study ‘Racism Cuts Both Ways’; now they are giving our message to the experts framing the next generation of laws on the subject.

"Yet again, despite the attempts of the media and Searchlight’s operatives and useful idiots to write us off, the British National Party is making the running, shaping political discourse and standing up for the rights of our people.

"My sincere thanks to all the activists and donors who, over the years, have sacrificed so much to put us in the position when we can speak up for justice for those who would otherwise be powerless and voiceless. Together, we are making a difference. Together, we can make Britain better!"
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Post by Guest on Thu May 12, 2011 1:23 pm

Oh dear, this is funny on soooooooo many levels Mr D.

This I presume is the same Nick Griffin who defends the violent white supremacists the KKK? The same Nick Griffin who holds court with David Duke?




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Levi Bellfield is a dangerous violent delusional fool and poor Millie would not have stood a chance. I wonder how many the equally as delusional David Duke killed or had killed during his time as Grand Wizard of the KKK.

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Post by Guest on Thu May 12, 2011 2:35 pm

sassy1261 wrote:Oh dear, this is funny on soooooooo many levels Mr D.

This I presume is the same Nick Griffin who defends the violent white supremacists the KKK? The same Nick Griffin who holds court with David Duke?




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Levi Bellfield is a dangerous violent delusional fool and poor Millie would not have stood a chance. I wonder how many the equally as delusional David Duke killed or had killed during his time as Grand Wizard of the KKK.

You need to be careful making unfounded allegations about a former member of the House of Representatives in the current climate sassy! Twisted Evil

Didn't someone get extradited to America for doing something similar recently? Question

You do sound more and more like your white hating, apologist, UAF friends sassy! Twisted Evil lol!

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Post by Guest on Thu May 12, 2011 2:50 pm

MrDoodles wrote:

You need to be careful making unfounded allegations about a former member of the House of Representatives in the current climate sassy! Twisted Evil

Didn't someone get extradited to America for doing something similar recently? Question

You do sound more and more like your white hating, apologist, UAF friends sassy! Twisted Evil lol!

What unfounded allegations? This is Nick with David Duke is it not. Nick did defend the KKK on Question Time did he not? The KKK have been responsible for many deaths have they not? The KKK is a vile, violent, disgusting white christian supremacist organisation is it not? Yet Nick is happy to sit and socialise with David Duke, ex Grand Wizard. By their friends shall you know them.


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A former member of the Ku Klux Klan was found guilty of first-degree murder yesterday for killing four black girls in the 1963 bombing of a Birmingham, Alabama church, one of the most heinous crimes of the civil rights era.
Thomas Blanton Jr., 62, was immediately sentenced to life in prison after a jury of eight whites and four blacks found him guilty on four counts of murder in the bombing of the Sixteenth Street Baptist Church on Sept. 15, 1963.
"I guess the good Lord will settle sentence on Judgment Day," Blanton, who had denied any involvement in the bombing, said after the verdict was read and as a judge prepared to hand down the sentence in a Birmingham courtroom.
Blanton was then whisked out of court in handcuffs.
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Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-42745/Former-Klan-member-jailed-US-church-bombing.html#ixzz1M9NHtalJ

The leader of a Ku Klux Klan group has been jailed for life after being convicted of shooting dead a woman who tried to leave the Klan after her initiation.
Raymond Foster, 49, pleaded guilty killing Cynthia Lynch, 43, who yelled 'I want out!' a day after her initiation into the white supremacist group.
Foster was immediately sentenced to life in prison after his plea yesterday.
Miss Lynch, a Klan recruit from Tulsa, Oklahoma, was shot and killed in November 2008, the day after initiation rites in rural St. Tammany Parish, about 50 miles north of New Orleans

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/worldnews/article-1273908/Ku-Klux-Klan-leader-jailed-life-shooting-death-woman-yelled-I-want-initiation.html


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Post by Guest on Thu May 12, 2011 2:58 pm

sassy1261 wrote:

What unfounded allegations? This is Nick with David Duke is it not. Nick did defend the KKK on Question Time did he not? The KKK have been responsible for many deaths have they not? The KKK is a vile, violent, disgusting white christian supremacist organisation is it not? Yet Nick is happy to sit and socialise with David Duke, ex Grand Wizard. By their friends shall you know them.

Duke hasn't been a KKKK (get it right sassy) member since 1980! lol!

He also has never been charged with any violent act, or organising any either! Evil or Very Mad

You really are starting to clutch at straws now and your white hating, apologist, Guardian reading agenda is starting to show! Twisted Evil

I had you down as a better debater than that! Twisted Evil

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Post by Guest on Thu May 12, 2011 3:09 pm

MrDoodles wrote:

Duke hasn't been a KKKK (get it right sassy) member since 1980! lol!

He also has never been charged with any violent act, or organising any either! Evil or Very Mad

You really are starting to clutch at straws now and your white hating, apologist, Guardian reading agenda is starting to show! Twisted Evil

I had you down as a better debater than that! Twisted Evil

So when he was Grand Wizard he told all his followers to be good boys and girls and not hurt anyone. Yea right!

Any violence done by the Klan during his time was done in his name. He still holds to the same beliefs. Any normal person would shun him.

Clutching at straws? I don't think so. Perhaps that is why you cannot understand that the BNP will never get anywhere, because normal people look at a picture like that and can see the sub plot, that Nick agrees with the KKK and is at heart as bad.

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Post by Guest on Thu May 12, 2011 4:51 pm

sassy1261 wrote:

Clutching at straws? I don't think so. Perhaps that is why you cannot understand that the BNP will never get anywhere, because normal people look at a picture like that and can see the sub plot, that Nick agrees with the KKK and is at heart as bad.

Most people wouldn't have a clue who David Duke is and wouldn't give a monkeys what he has or hasn't done 30 years ago! Evil or Very Mad lol!

Jack Straw and Peter Mandelson were both former Communist Party Members and "Call Me Dave" smoked dope at Uni, do people care? Question Question

No! Evil or Very Mad

It's because most people have a "past" of one description or another! Twisted Evil

But of course, from a white hating apologist like yourself, it's only the LW that are allowed to move on, isn't it! Rolling Eyes

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Post by Guest on Thu May 12, 2011 5:26 pm

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Most people wouldn't have a clue who David Duke is and wouldn't give a monkeys what he has or hasn't done 30 years ago! Evil or Very Mad lol!

Jack Straw and Peter Mandelson were both former Communist Party Members and "Call Me Dave" smoked dope at Uni, do people care? Question Question

No! Evil or Very Mad

It's because most people have a "past" of one description or another! Twisted Evil

But of course, from a white hating apologist like yourself, it's only the LW that are allowed to move on, isn't it! Rolling Eyes

You see thats where you and I differ. For some unknown and twisted logic, you think that finding the KKK disgusting and knowing that most people also find them disgusting, makes me a 'white hating apologist'. I know that makes me a white person with a sense of moral values that I find most white people to have. If you really think that having flirted with communism in their youth, or smoking a bit of blow equates in any way to heading a white supremacist organisation that would like to see every black and jewish person wiped out, you need to go to specsavers Mr D. The KKK have, over the years, been responsible for terrorism, murders, rapes and numerous other atrocities. To have headed that organisation in the case of Dukes, and to agree with its beliefs, as Nick does by addressing them and associating with them, puts them in the same league as the person who killed poor Millie. He was a fundamentalist Romany, they are fundamentalist Christians. There is a reason why the work 'mental' is associated with any 'fundamentalist' whatever they are 'fundamentalist' about.

People might not know who David Duke is at first sight, as soon as they know who, and more especially, what he is, they are quite rightly, appalled. When they see a politician associating with him, they then know the kind of politician he is and judge him accordingly.

PS Neither of them have 'moved on'. That picture was taken in 2009 and David Dukes still addresses the KKK and is linked to 'Stormfront'.

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Post by Guest on Thu May 12, 2011 6:12 pm

Tbh MrD, it would baffle most people, that to see your leader photopgraphed with a former KKK member, does not give you cause for concern Neutral

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Post by Guest on Thu May 12, 2011 8:45 pm

To answer both of you, you may see him as an ex KKKK member (over 30 years ago) Duke describes himself as a racial realist, asserting that "all people have a basic human right to preserve their own heritage." Very Happy

Which I guess that even you Lefty Liberals wouldn't argue against! Evil or Very Mad

Like most things I suppose, it all depends a little on perspective and to use an old adage; "One man's Terrorist, is another man's freedom fighter" Twisted Evil

I always find it strange though, that the LW are allowed to have a "past" and it's swept under the carpet, whereas if RW's do, it's dragged up at every opportunity! Twisted Evil

Which I have always found a little inequitable! Sad

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Post by Guest on Fri May 13, 2011 6:14 pm

MrDoodles wrote:To answer both of you, you may see him as an ex KKKK member (over 30 years ago) Duke describes himself as a racial realist, asserting that "all people have a basic human right to preserve their own heritage." Very Happy

Which I guess that even you Lefty Liberals wouldn't argue against! Evil or Very Mad

Like most things I suppose, it all depends a little on perspective and to use an old adage; "One man's Terrorist, is another man's freedom fighter" Twisted Evil

I always find it strange though, that the LW are allowed to have a "past" and it's swept under the carpet, whereas if RW's do, it's dragged up at every opportunity! Twisted Evil

Which I have always found a little inequitable! Sad

You just don't see it Mr D. I guess you don't want to. It has nothing to do with David Dukes past, it has to do with his present. He is still a Holocaust denier, speaks in Iran etc about it, still has strong links with the KKK through 'Stormfront' (and doesn't that just bring up a picture of jackboots). 'Racial Realist'! He must employ Alistair Cambell as his spin doctor!

This is him in 2006:

TEHRAN, Iran — Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's conference questioning the Holocaust came to an end Tuesday, but not before hearing former KKK Imperial Wizard David Duke say that gas chambers were not used to kill Jews.

"The Zionists have used the Holocaust as a weapon to deny the rights of the Palestinians and cover up the crimes of Israel," Duke told a gathering of nearly 70 "researchers" in Tehran at Ahmadinejad's invitation.

"This conference has an incredible impact on Holocaust studies all over the world," said Duke, a former state representative in Louisiana who twice ran for president.

"The Holocaust is the device used as the pillar of Zionist imperialism, Zionist aggression, Zionist terror and Zionist murder," Duke told The Associated Press.

Also at the end of the conference, Mohammad Ali Ramini, an Ahmadinejad adviser who has called the Holocaust a "myth," announced that he will chair a committee to find "the truth on the genocide of Jews."

Other members of the committee will be Robert Fuerisson, a French professor who denies the existence of gas chambers, along with Holocaust deniers from Syria, Switzerland, Austria, Canada, the United States and Bahrain.

Tuesday's speeches included Ali Akbar Mohtashamipour, a former interior minister and one of the founders of Lebanese militia Hezbollah, who labeled the Holocaust as a "tale."

"All the studies and research carried out so far have proven that there is no reason to believe that the Holocaust ever occurred and that it is only a tale," he stated.

Austrian historian Wolfgang Froehlich, who served a two-year jail sentence in his home country for denying the Holocaust, did not read out his speech — which was handed out to participants — for fear of being jailed again. Denying the Holocaust is a crime in a dozen European countries, including Austria, where British historian David Irving was jailed in February for three years for denying the Holocaust.

Nabil Soleiman, an adviser to the ministry of religious affairs in Syria, said, "If the Holocaust ever occurred, it was a conspiracy against the Arab-Islamic world as today the Middle East is still paying the consequences."

Ahmadinejad opened Tuesday's session by thanking God that the Zionist regime was declining, telling conference participants, “its lifetime will be over and their interests as well as reputation will be endangered,” the Islamic Republican News Agency reported.

International condemnation continued to pour in against the government-sponsored conference in Tehran, which has drawn Holocaust deniers from around the world.

http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,236014,00.html


When Nick Griffin socialises with him, its because he says the things Nick wants to say but dare not. The strange thing is, David Duke aligns himself with Hammas etc.

Its has absolutely nothing to do with their past and everything to do with their present.

You either can't or don't want to see it.

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Post by Guest on Fri May 13, 2011 7:21 pm

I take that you won't be backing Duke's 2012 Presidential Campaign then? Question lol!

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Post by Guest on Fri May 13, 2011 7:32 pm

MrDoodles wrote:I take that you won't be backing Duke's 2012 Presidential Campaign then? Question lol!

We all know the type of people that will, not that there will be many of them Rolling Eyes Wink Laughing

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Post by Guest on Fri May 13, 2011 7:33 pm

I want Sarah Palin to run! Very Happy

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Post by Guest on Fri May 13, 2011 7:35 pm

MrDoodles wrote:I want Sarah Palin to run! Very Happy

Another nut job, you do love 'em don't you!!!!!!

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Post by Guest on Fri May 13, 2011 7:38 pm

MrDoodles wrote:I want Sarah Palin to run! Very Happy

Me too! I can't think of a better way to guarantee a second Obama term Very Happy

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Post by Guest on Fri May 13, 2011 7:45 pm

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Me too! I can't think of a better way to guarantee a second Obama term Very Happy

You and sassy don't have to worry about that, Obama's a one-termer! Twisted Evil

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Post by Guest on Fri May 13, 2011 7:56 pm

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You and sassy don't have to worry about that, Obama's a one-termer! Twisted Evil

That ain't what the polls are saying!

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Post by Guest on Fri May 13, 2011 9:20 pm

sassy1261 wrote:

That ain't what the polls are saying!

There's only on poll that matters! Wink

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Post by Guest on Sat May 14, 2011 12:05 am

It wouldn't surprise me if Mr D flew to America just to scribble BNP on the bottom of the ballot Razz

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Post by Guest on Sat May 14, 2011 8:16 am

John wrote:It wouldn't surprise me if Mr D flew to America just to scribble BNP on the bottom of the ballot Razz

Wish I could afford to, I'd love a break with Mrs D! Sad

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Post by Guest on Sat May 14, 2011 8:20 am

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You and sassy don't have to worry about that, Obama's a one-termer! Twisted Evil

He would be MrD, if there was single credible alternative. But all the Repulicans can drum up are Tea Party loonies and Donald Trump Laughing

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Post by Guest on Sat May 14, 2011 8:22 am

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He would be MrD, if there was single credible alternative. But all the Repulicans can drum up are Tea Party loonies and Donald Trump Laughing

It's a long time till November 2012! Wink

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Post by Guest on Sat May 14, 2011 7:35 pm

Maybe someone ought to try TRULY defining the term "RACIST"...(OR racism)
Isn't it everyones RIGHT to dislike or like whoever they please...?
Isn't that term truly only for those who do NOT like a.n.other having an opposing POV to their own...?
i.e from those that have called ME a racist (for telling it as it is) are ALWAYS those who agree and love the idea of being overun but foreign people from wherever... Shocked

Xenophobia is then another nut to crack with such people... Rolling Eyes

Xenophobics are allegedly afraid of anyone from anywhere else etc etc
BUT.... what if I were to suggest that anyone NOT so afraid of said invading populace are in fact traitors for NOT wishing to defend the country they live in...?

For instance... I can say that I dislike Bertt or Harry at work BUT its illegal for me to say the same about Delroy or Mohammed?

WHY should anyone be FORCED -by law-to accept someone or something that or who they do NOT like or approve of...?

In my view THAT is what has really started the whole racial issue big time...!

I really don't believe that too many people dislike a.n.other simply for their skin colour..?...I certainly don't...
BUT, the dislike and, if you like, the so called race hatred, occurs when the balance goes against the indigenous species, whoever THEY might be...?

As I have so often commented...MULTICULTURALISM simply can NEVER work...and why would it really NEED to anyway...!

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Post by Guest on Sat May 14, 2011 8:57 pm

The indepenDant wrote:Maybe someone ought to try TRULY defining the term "RACIST"...(OR racism)
Racism is when someone is disadvantaged or vilified simply because of their race, colour or creed.Isn't it everyones RIGHT to dislike or like whoever they please...?
No-one is stopping you disliking anyone or anything
Isn't that term truly only for those who do NOT like a.n.other having an opposing POV to their own...?
i.e from those that have called ME a racist (for telling it as it is) are ALWAYS those who agree and love the idea of being overun but foreign people from wherever... Shocked
Because someone does not hate people who are different does not mean they want to be overrun, they simply judge each person individually.
Xenophobia is then another nut to crack with such people... Rolling Eyes
Xenophobics are allegedly afraid of anyone from anywhere else etc etc
Dictionary definitions of xenophobia include: deep-rooted antipathy towards foreigners (Oxford English Dictionary; OED), unreasonable fear or hatred of the unfamiliar, especially people of other races (Webster's)[5]

The Dictionary of Psychology defines it as "a fear of strangers".[6] As defined by the OED, it can mean a fear of or aversion to, not only people from other countries, but other cultures, subcultures and subsets of belief systems; in short, anyone who meets any list of criteria about their origin, religion, personal beliefs, habits, language, orientations, or any other criteria. While some will state that the "target" group is a set of persons not accepted by the society, in reality only the phobic person need hold the belief that the target group is not (or should not be) accepted by society. While the phobic person is aware of the aversion (even hatred) of the target group, they may not identify it or accept it as a fear
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BUT.... what if I were to suggest that anyone NOT so afraid of said invading populace are in fact traitors for NOT wishing to defend the country they live in...?
Then I would say they have no ideo of our history and the fact that we are made up of many different races. True xenophics do not realise how irrational they are.
For instance... I can say that I dislike Bertt or Harry at work BUT its illegal for me to say the same about Delroy or Mohammed?
Simply not true, you can dislike them as much as you like, you cannot deride them simply because of their creed or colour, apart from anything else, its bloody illogical.
WHY should anyone be FORCED -by law-to accept someone or something that or who they do NOT like or approve of...?
So you are not civilised enough to realise that life means that other people like what you dislike and you cannot stamp your baby feet and get your own way all the time.
In my view THAT is what has really started the whole racial issue big time...!
The 'racial issue' has been going on for hundreds of years, the race vilified changes all the time. In times of plenty it is never an issue, only when hard times come along there has to be a scapegoat, be it Jews, Blacks, Muslims etc.
I really don't believe that too many people dislike a.n.other simply for their skin colour..?...I certainly don't...
BUT, the dislike and, if you like, the so called race hatred, occurs when the balance goes against the indigenous species, whoever THEY might be...?
What indigenous people would that be then, we have had different colours in this country of thousands of years, indeed I have put below some of the latest historical finding that show black people have been here for thousands of year and are part of our make-up.
As I have so often commented...MULTICULTURALISM simply can NEVER work...and why would it really NEED to anyway...!

We have always had multicultralism, people just don't realise how far back it goes.

Try for a start reading: http://realhistoryww.com/world_history/ancient/Etruria_the_Etruscans_celts.htm
Too long to post, but a snipit:
The ivory bangle lady came from a group of graves excavated in 1901, on what would have been the approaches to the Roman city of Eboracum, modern York. The burials were dated to the second half of the fourth century AD, and many had rich grave goods.

She was buried with items including jet and elephant ivory bracelets, earrings, beads and a blue glass jug. She also had a rectangular piece of bone, which is thought to have originally been mounted in a wooden box, which was carved to read, "Hail, sister, may you live in God'.

The grave goods and skeletal remains of the Ivory Bangle Lady were studied by the archaeology department of the University of Reading. The university's Dr Hella Eckardt said a study of the skull's size and facial features along with analysis of the chemical signature of the food and drink she had consumed led to their conclusion that she was of high status and of African origin.

Dr Eckardt said: "Multi-cultural Britain is not just a phenomenon of more modern times. "Analysis of the 'Ivory Bangle Lady' and others like her, contradicts common popular assumptions about the make up of Roman-British populations as well as the view that African immigrants in Roman Britain were of low status, male and likely to have been slaves." Story from BBC NEWS.

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