LABOUR HAS DONE many awful things while governing this country, but the most perfidious is the evil that is political correctness. It was Labour that infected our culture with it and in doing so allowed its awful consequences. We see today what Orwellian newspeak can do, with the evil that has occurred in Rotherham.
Rotherham is a Labour town, where Labour councillors, the police and social services covered up the beatings, rapes, and in one instance the dowsing of a young girl in petrol accompanied by a threat to set the girl alight. Fourteen hundred young children were systematically abused with the consent of those public bodies that were meant to protect them. On three occasions reports into the kind of misery these children were enduring were suppressed?
Well, this is where the evil that is political correctness plays its part. Those bodies that were meant to look after these children's interest were either fearful of the racist tag, or even agreed with such a politically correct agenda, as many social workers did; and still do throughout the country today.
The most frightening word in the PC lexicon, surpassing even sexism, misogyny and homophobia as a stain on someone's character is being accused as a racist.
To be targeted as a racist is like being given the black spot. From there on in, only a child molester is treated worse (unless, that is, if you are a Pakistani who lives in Rotherham, Doncaster, or Rochdale). Racist, like 'witch', and 'counter-revolutionary' - titles that shared its current prestige in the past; causes immeasurable harm to be done.
The authorities in Rotherham allowed such evil to go unpunished because they were frightened by a greater evil, that of being accused of racism. These 1400 young souls were put through the kind of hell that those allowed it to happen, would never see their own children put through.
LABOUR HAS MUCH to answer for; for it was from their part of the political spectrum that this whole invidious form of entrapment sprang. In Rotherham these children's collective fate were in the hands of local Labour politicians in a town with a significant Pakistani population; significant enough to keep Rotherham Labour.
For instance, during the Blair-Brown years, Labour used 'racist' at each and every opportunity to prevent any Tory from discussing immigration. Anyone brave enough to step forward to complain about the way mass immigration was allowed to flourish by the Blair government; had racist waved like garlic to a vampire, by the Labour Party.
To be charged as a racist could destroy careers in an instant whether in politics, or anywhere else in the public sector. Labour had it all sown up. They arranged by their PC restrictions for people in the public sector to fear speaking out; the PC noose would quickly tighten around anybody's neck who was thought to have transgressed against multiculturalism. As far as the public sector is concerned, it was from them that the Rotherham tragedy was wickedly ignored for so long for fear of the black spot of racism.
There are 5.7 million people working in the public sector, all trained into obeying the various strains of political correctness. All fearful of the black spot and a ruined career and a lost pension. These were the kind of calculations being made by those in Rotherham, Rochdale, and Oxford, where Pakistani's groomed, abused, and raped young girls taken into care by social services…so much for the benevolent and compassionate state.
IT ANGERS ME that I voted all of my life for the Labour Party. For nearly 40-years I put my cross against a Labour candidate, as did my parents before me; and as will the residents of Rotherham, even after such an appalling exposure of Labour culpability.
After the last war, Labour became the pioneers of colonial guilt. They were joined by the Left of the Tory Party, by now calling itself the 'One Nation' party. Between them they allowed an ever increasing flow of immigrants to enter this country; and the one individual who dared speak out against such an influx (small as it was then in comparison to what was to follow), was still regarded as a racist, fascist, bigoted, and considered a pariah by the establishment which he belonged to and believed in.
You of course know to whom I am referring…the great Satan himself; brigadier John Enoch Powell MBE, who, unlike those highly paid public servants in Rotherham, cared little, or feared little from any reaction by the establishment to his truly held beliefs – beliefs which the establishment could not put asunder. In earlier periods of the nation's history, Enoch Powell would have suffered the hangman's noose, or at the very least a ducking stool for being a 'witch' opposing the current trend.
The modern Labour Party cares more for the ethnic vote than they do for an ever diminishing white working class vote; a vote which, quite frankly, the Labour Party regards as two thirds racist anyway, according to their PC reasoning. The white working class are of a diminishing significance to the Labour Party. But the white working class will, through habit or impulse, still vote Labour (the red rosette on the monkey syndrome) next May.
LABOUR IS responsible for Rotherham, just as it had been for Rochdale, and every other mainly northern town that has, and will, in the future experience further such horrors. The Labour party has always been ethnic sensitive since the emergence of their multicultural formula. The PC Labour Party has wrought the modern horror of Asian abuse of white children, and through their political correctness the Labour Party have managed to shut many mouths in Rotherham as well as many other northern cities that may emerge in the future.
The Racist charge has been the Labour Party's nuclear weapon meant to keep them in power, and they have used it to further advance their multicultural ideology. It has also proved useful to further encourage, through Europe's open borders, further millions to come to our shores.
It is Labour that is ultimately to blame for the way the events in Rotherham have been allowed to transpire. But I have not heard any comment from any Labour politician upon the appalling events in Rotherham. Up to now, not a single Labour politician has spoken on the subject of the events. But when they do, they will no doubt find a way of blaming the current government.
Next May the Labour Party, will most likely once again govern this country - if only in partnership with the Lib Dems (the party of power without popularity). Next May will be politically interesting but economically disastrous if the party that spent 13 years ruining the country's economy and its social fabric, were to govern once again as the front half of a pantomime horse.
Why oh why, do working class people still vote Labour? I tell you now – the Labour London Metropolitan hierarchy disdain you all. They even recreated you as chavs; that much despised and ridiculed class to whom there is no PC corrective, as there is with nigger, or Paki. I am working class, but even I am growing weary of those who share my culture, time after time allowing themselves to be herded like sheep into the ballot booth to vote Labour.
It was Labour that were the pioneers of political correctness that led directly to the events in Rotherham, Rochdale, Oxford, and whatever other city will in the future be found out. The Labour Party does not deserve office, but their working class supporters still exist in such numbers to give them power. I say this to today's Labour Party working class voters. The Labour Party is not the party of your forefathers…socialism is dead, and it was never really believed in by the Right of the Labour Party, that always came out on top.
Today the Labour party is about 'progressive' politics, and their New Jerusalem is no longer socialism, but multiculturalism and promoting all kinds and forms of minorities; whether ethnic or sexual. Today the party rallies around Gay rights, transgender rights, ethnic rights, abortion rights, 'human rights'; such as the right to allow prisoners to vote.
The Labour Party is not and never has been for over two thirds of its history, a flag-waver for socialism…as far socialism is concerned it is a dead parrot suffused with romanticism – the kind which unfortunately keeps the British working class voting Labour.