Britain: Blacks Replaced by Pakistanis for Black History Campaign
Posted by addisethiopia on October 26, 2016
This week at Calais, France, we saw adult Afghans and Arabs easily gaining access to Britain denying places to genuinely vulnerable children from Africa in the process. Now they are using such non-blacks – like the Muslim Pakistani, with way too many extremist links who was elected as the Mayor of London – to front black history campaign. Just another nail in the coffin! The world belongs to the unrepentant arrogant hypocrites, only to them. Doesn’t it?
In the past, the British colonizers attempted to replace – allergic to the Cricket game – East Africans with the brainwashed Pakistanis and Indians – now it’s the easily-controllable Arabs’ and Muslims’ turn.
Another sinister diabolical plan is underway to link the racism and racial issue with Islam and Homosexuality. There is an attempt to give blacks the Muslim identity, first to kill their ‘souls’ with that, and later call them terrorists to demonize them. No wonder we often see the gradual replacement of the cause of the genuine victims of anti-Black racism and discrimination with the Islamic and Sodomite agendas. Fear of Blacks, and hatred for people of African origin is now replaced by fake “Islamophobia” & “Homophobia”, and their ‘victimized’ status. The so-called “Black Lives Matter” movement has been gradually taken by the Saudi agent, “Nation of Islam”. They elected Barack Obama so that he could become an example and lead blacks to the bottomless pit of Islam and Sodomism.
And in Britain, children of those Pakistanis who are responsible for the extermination of Hindus and Christians in Pakistan have been transformed into the New Blacks. What a mockery!
University Apologises For Using Non-Blacks To Front Black History Campaign
A UNIVERSITY student union has apologised after facing a backlash for using Zayn Malik and Sadiq Khan as two of the high-profile faces to front its Black History Month campaign.
Kent Union came under fire on social media for picking the One Direction star and the London Mayor, with students and critics pointing out that neither is black and both come from British Pakistani families.
Among those to raise concerns was Black History Month UK, which tweeted: “Deeply disappointed at @KentUnion’s ill thought and misdirected Black History Month celebrations.”
In a second tweet it said: “With Asian Heritage Month being observed by a growing number of countries in May, will Black icons be celebrated by Kent University then?”