The Race Relation Industry: I’m offended

25 02 2010

Parasites are usually unpleasant creatures that suck the energy and resources out of a useful host.  Lawyers, ACPO appointed Officers of the NuLaw, Common Purpose Degenerates and those unwashable idiots who make up the ranks of the Leftarded Armies of Doom to name but a few.

I wrote a piece about some local good news a while back regarding Southwark Council severing links with one such parasite (click HERE), one of the many in the growing race relation industry.  One that promotes diversity which of course involves immigrants.  As usual, I vented my anger and forgot all about it, for life is too short to hold grudges.  Yet lo and behold I get a comment defending the organisation, or at the least, their intentions.

U seem to have the same problem as Southwark council in terms of your interpretation of appropriate services and diverse communities.

My understanding of appropriate services and diverse community is one of perpetual scarcity and personal misery.  Southwark love to misappropriate funds for vanity projects resulting in a lack of services for the divided community.

Firstly SHRREB (correct spelling) deals in majority with immigration not Asylum and if you understood this you would know that there is a huge problem with people who have been here for many years and due to changes in law are unknown or outside the system is it not better then to regularizes their status where appropriate instead of the endless complaints about the black markets which eats into the economy without contributing.  May I also add that the legal work is not funded by southwark council.

I care as much for the name of this Alphabet Squad as I do the various names given to newcomers.  They do not come for the weather, that is what I am sure of.  My beloved Peckham has become a different country in thirty years.  It isn’t diverse, it is foreign.  And this organisation, like so many others in the Race Relations Industry feeds of that division so do all to increase it.  The more culture means the more community misunderstandings leading to more division.

And who’ll be there to mop up the Legal Aid when people scream foul? So enough about ‘funding’.  Even the mere fact that Southwark Council gives such organisations the time of day costs money.

You state that Peckham only contains 25% white people where did you get this information from does the council agree I would be very interested to know?

2001 Census, so could be wrong.  But even if it was 40%, which I assure you it isn’t, how much diversity is enough for Peckham?  With some local schools having an 85% ethnic student intake, have I not got a right to be worried?

What people need to understand is that this organisation is here to support the needs of the people living within it All communities we do not pick or choose any community group can get assistance from us. SHRREB has consistently argued that the average white British person in Southwark needs have been neglected and the needs of the people who work every day and don’t need the kind of support that new arrivals to the country have are different but consideration has to be given to the people whose communities are changing like you, ( remember the housing list and how long you have to wait) where one day you know everybody in your street and the next day its like a UN convention and its hard to find some-one who speaks English.

The problem with resources can be explained in simple mathematics.  More people means less resources to go around. Hence, house prices go up, wages come down, food and fuel increases while services are cut.  The only ones that make out like bandits are the Councillors who oversee the vast money-go-round and those that sit upon it.  By the way, we’re the ones pushing the darn thing!  All they see is MORE people means MORE money allocated from Central Government.  Especially when new languages are needed, more for the industry.

The decision to withdrawal funding is because after 14years of the council being too scared to engage the BAME community due to fear of accusations of discrimination and racism. They now have an opportunity to put the blame on a newly elected board who have nothing to do with the history of 14 years and use it as an excuse to get rid of a problem they have never understood or be able to solve. Hence white people like you feeling that money is being wasted or that we are trying to attract run away goods into the community. Wake up some of them have been here for over 20 years living amongst the community and since they got here prior to any changes based on the war on iraq in immigration lawa etc may not be on anybody system.

Where do I even begin..?  I have no hate for the immigrant, they only do what they do due to my Government’s incompetence or intent.  And that is where my anger is directed.  My Government, National and Local, have shown a complete disregard towards my family for the last hundred years and every time we pointed out the bleeding obvious,  we were heckled as intolerant bigots offending others.

Now think carefully about this, for if the Powers that Be could disregard those whose Southwark roots go back hundreds of years, why on earth would those very same Powers give two hoots about those here for a mere twenty?  Scary isn’t it.

You need to recognize that the council does not provide any services to people with no recourse to public funding. You need to understand that some of the more established (early migrants) BAME groups in Southwark e.g. Vietnamese, Caribbeans may also feel exactly the same as White home grown peckamites. The problem is to create a community standard that is acceptable to all residents with people taking into consideration all others.

So the Vietnamese and Caribbean community feel that Peckham is becoming a foreign country?  Considering that England was already a foreign country to them, I very much doubt that.  Good to see they already have they’re own ‘special interest’ groups speaking up for them too.  Whoopee-do!  Am I suppose to wait until I am in the 5% bracket before I declare myself a BAME group?  Possibly get some resevarion rights like those native Americans?  Or should I simply flee the borough that has been the birthplace of my ancestors since the 1600s?

The question which remains unanswered and concerns me as a resident in Southwark, is with the economic down town, and almost 60% of the community on income support as their main source of income, new communities with little understanding of the English constitution, indigenous communities feeling there getting less because too many people who have not contributed to the system rely on it. That together with Southwark being a borough with a very young majority age group could lead to a lot more problems for people who are trying to just live their life and better themselves irregardless of where they started from.

Hit the nail on the head there yet again miss the point.  The root cause being space and culture, nothing to do with race.  It is now more profitable to rent out flats to the social than it is to own a job-providing company within Greater London.  Reason why we are losing so many factories and warehouses along the Old Kent Road.  We can’t all work at Asda ya’know.

The mismanagement in allowing all and sundry a free pass based on their needs to flock here has led to communities that are incompatible with eachother.  Until we name the cause f the problem, we will never be able to fix it.  If we truly want a harmoniuos stable community, we cannot base the bond on the simple basis of  ‘working’ or ‘refugee’ status.  We should be enticing those who wish to become fully British, those who would be a credit to call brother and sister.

Sadly, this has not been the case with the Establishment’s promotion of multiculturalism and the ‘accomadate all policy’ of immigration.  More than ever, it seems that immigrants just want to wear the tee-shirt and claim every benefit while avoiding any interaction or, God forbid, integration.  Inviting various tribes from around the world to make a home en mass in England has led to ethnic groups congregating in one area, slowly making it their own.  Which of course inevitably means the displacement of ‘the previous group’, in, let’s say Peckham, that group being the one I belong to.  And Peckham isn’t the only London borough that is testament to that.

So at what percentage will I be allowed to seek recompense for my perceived wrongs?

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26 02 2010
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Not sure where to start with you on this cause every issue you raise I agree with and have actually raised myself but?

My understanding of appropriate services and diverse community is one of perpetual scarcity and personal misery. Southwark love to misappropriate funds for vanity projects resulting in a lack of services for the divided community.

I agree covering up the problem and putting on fake shows is the southwark way, almost like china in the olympics (hiding and even closing down roads or boarding them up to hide the truth of life).

care as much for the name of this Alphabet Squad as I do the various names given to newcomers. They do not come for the weather, that is what I am sure of. My beloved Peckham has become a different country in thirty years. It isn’t diverse, it is foreign. And this organisation, like so many others in the Race Relations Industry feeds of that division so do all to increase it. The more culture means the more community misunderstandings leading to more division.

The divisions you talk about lead to the suffering of the average person which led to the formation of the race relations act in the first place. unfortunately due to mis-management and abuse by councils who have a statutory duty to ensure any changes in the community that affects any specific community group should be consulted on (but what they call community engagement and consultations now days can be considered a joke as its a tick box exercise and they know how money can talk to the and vcoluntary sector,BAME leaders that claim to represent communities but actually deliver whatever the person paying your wages say they want to prove with false aspirations of political greatness in their home countries) I will not name the area am from but will say that peck ham reminds me of an African market place, people spit when bus doors open, Yet there people such as yourself that may remember when Rye lane was on par with oxford street now it just looks messy and people have no manners. I will stop there as the list is endless but will add that this is down to poor planning by central and local authorities and these pockets of deprivation are being created by a lack of understanding of the environment they suppossively serve and the impact of an increase in population of over 80thousand in less than 2 years although when we say there is a new load arriving every six months we are asked to prove it, You should personally be glad that not all of them choose to settle in Peckham.

Have you wondered why the council have been scared to use any other figures but the 2001 census. You should sit in with their analyst and see how they like to interpret statistics. True about the Powers that be but who votes for them and their promises its a double edged sword and it will always be the people that suffer. SHRREB should be the place to represent the needs of white British people but the changes that have happened recently has affected other communities who migrated here in the 50s and settled into the way things used to be like a GP you can actually talk to who knows your history not one who cant speak English and gives u the wrong medication (my personal experience0, clean streets I have an issue with the TB spreading habits of some , But how many white people approach any human rights organisation and states i have an issue and feel discriminated against and that their too many cultures being forced to share the same space.

SHRREB has been warning southwark council of this since 2007, in relation to what types of communities they are putting together based on their housing allocations. They should consider the impact on the people who already live there but as you said. They only here what they want and care less to the point that the noise from SHRREB will finally be silenced after 40 years.

I don’t think I missed any point but you might have, you cannot stop people from practicing their cultural habits, but they should not just change an entire neighborhood’s suit a particular culture thats just moved in without considering the need the locals and knowing that the locals cannot communicate with them (Planning permission for shops etc, there needs to be more consideration given)

sadly, this has not been the case with the Establishment’s promotion of multiculturalism and the ‘accomadate all policy’ of immigration. More than ever, it seems that immigrants just want to wear the tee-shirt and claim every benefit while avoiding any interaction or, God forbid, integration. Inviting various tribes from around the world to make a home en mass in England has led to ethnic groups congregating in one area, slowly making it their own. Which of course inevitably means the displacement of ‘the previous group’, in, let’s say Peckham, that group being the one I belong to. And Peckham isn’t the only London borough that is testament to that.

Lastly i would say i agree with your above comments I also understand that REcs and other bodies turned into exactly what you describe above self serving their own special interest groups hence the restructure of SHRREB to accommodate anybody who is a resident. Talking to real people is more effective than talking to people who are paid to fulfill a certain remit and produce a specific report.

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