Thursday, March 01, 2007
White Is Shite
Almost as if the news stories are designed to link together (who could ever accuse media organs of doing that?) it seems that Nanny has legislated against the concept of "white is right".
Nanny's new operational phrase is "white is shite".
That at least is the case for people living in Corby Northamptonshire.
Nanny has decided to denude Corby of some public sector jobs, because its residents are "too white and British".
There you go folks...in Nanny's Britain it is now official policy for it to be illegal to be white and British!
Nanny's much "respected" Prison Service will relocate jobs from Corby to Leicester, where there are more ethnic minorities.
The decision is regarded by most sane people as being utter bollocks, and as such the Commission for Racial Equality may well launch an investigation.
It seems that Nanny, having pushed for people from around the world to move to Britain (to shore up our rapidly declining public sector) is now worried that ethnic minorities are in fact not as "fully employed" as they should be. As such, Nanny is trying to buck market forces and boost the number of ethnic minorities working in the public sector.
When the issue of the movement of 80 jobs in the Prison service to Leicester was raised, the director of finance Ann Beasley replied that the town had too many white British residents.
"Our ability to attract a more diverse workforce
- 93.7 per cent of the population of Corby are white British,
compared to 59.6 per cent in Leicester."
Mrs Beasley seemingly went on to imply that Corby's residents are also too stupid to keep the jobs.
The Home Orifice doesn't give a fark, and states quite baldly that attracting a "more diverse workforce" was a "key factor" in moving the jobs.
This is of course a breach of the Race Relations Act 2000.
A spokesman for the Commission for Racial Equality said that if they receive a complaint from any of the workers involved, they will start a full investigation.
Let us trust that at least one affected employee makes a complaint.
A Prison Service spokesman said:
"The key factors that influenced our decision to relocate
to Leicester were the closer proximity to a greater number
of prison establishments, better transport links,
the ability to recruit professional staff
and the ability to attract a more diverse workforce."
This absurd policy will all end in tears, for Nanny and for the people of Britain (whatever their ethnic origin); as it is sowing the seeds of anger, resentment and division.