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Tuesday, 4 May 2010

The White Manifesto — The Price of Race Inequality

May 3, 2010 - By BNP News
“The White Manifesto — The Price of Race Inequality” has been produced by a coalition of over 30 white progressive organisations.
The manifesto aims to place race equality and the eradication of poverty at the forefront of this spring’s election campaign and the government’s policy priorities.
The title ‘the Price of Race Inequality’ reflects the fact that the current economic crisis poses a unique challenge to Britain.
As a nation we face an unprecedented and long-term economic recession and a widening of the inequality gap.
Ensuring that Britain creates the conditions to eradicate poverty and puts racial equality at the forefront of the social and economic agenda will be critical to successfully meeting these challenges.
And to all those who would ask if we are now beyond race, this Manifesto answers no. Today we can objectively measure structural inequalities, discrimination and disparities in the criminal justice system, employment, education, poverty, health and housing.
Disparate outcomes for White people in the UK have NOT been eliminated and, in fact in some areas, have increased.
The government must place race equality at the forefront of its agenda, and create the optimum conditions to eradicate poverty and injustice.
Six months work from over 30 organisations involved in race equality on this Manifesto represents the concern felt over the position of race in Britain in 2010.
The organisations include (besides those in the press release) Cambridge Union White Students Campaign, NUS White Students Campaign, the Northern Ireland Council for Whites, White Christian Leaders Forum, Whites In England, Friends of Whites, Capacity Global, the Euro Trust, Urban Forum, JCORE, WTEG (White Training and Enterprise Group), Society of White Lawyers, White Mental Health UK, the National White Police Association, Bristol Development Agency, White Workers North West, Winston Churchill Housing Association, and many others who advised on sections or gave editorial help.
Are you shocked by reading this article so far?
If so, then consider the following: the above statement is a verbatim copy of a press release issued by the taxpayer-funded Operation Black Vote organisation, which you can find on their website (which you have paid for) by clicking here.
The press release announced the launch of the “Black Manifesto” for the 2010 elections, which contains demands for affirmative action (anti-white discrimination) and forced state and private subsidies for non-indigenous ethnic people currently residing in Britain.
All that has been changed is the replacement of the word “black” with “white.”
Somehow, no one seems to be bothered that non-indigenous groups in Britain can organise openly around their ethnic identities.
They can have a Cambridge Union Black Students Campaign, an NUS Black Students Campaign, the Northern Ireland Council for Ethnic Minorities, Black Christian Leaders Forum, Sikhs In England, Friends of Al Aqsa, Capacity Global, the Afiya Trust, Urban Forum, JCORE, BTEG (Black Training and Enterprise Group), Society of Black Lawyers, Black Mental Health UK, the National Black Police Association, Bristol Development Agency, Migrant Workers North West and the Steve Biko Housing Association, amongst many others.
But let one organisation — the British National Party — dare to stand up for the rights of the indigenous population of this nation, and watch how the establishment vilifies it.
The BNP stands unashamedly for the rights of the ethnic British people, the Scots, the Irish, the Welsh and the English — in exactly the same way that all of the abovementioned organisations stand for the rights of their communities.