Whites Voting for Whites Is “Racism,” but Blacks Voting for Blacks Is “Democracy”
Black people are joining the Labour Party in their droves to vote for Diane Abbott as leader of that party, state-funded Operation Black Vote (OBV) director Simon Woolley has revealed.
According to Mr Woolley’s post on the OBV blog, the “Labour Party has received an unexpected boost because of the inclusion of Diane Abbott to the Labour leadership race.”
“I went along to my home town Leicester as an observer to witness the BAME Labour leadership hustings meeting” at Soar Valley College, Mr Woolley informed his readers.
BAME Labour is a formal non-whites only section of the Labour Party. BAME is an acronym for Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic, sometimes shortened to Black Minority Ethnic or BME.
According to Mr Woolley, two things stood out. One of them was a demand from the 300-strong audience for compulsory BAME shortlists, and the other was the fact that blacks were joining the party only to vote for Ms Abbott.
“The question about BME representation was answered in a way that makes you wonder why ‘All BME’ shortlists aren’t already on the statute book,” he wrote.
“The second and fascinating occurrence of the day was talking to a number of individuals who told me that they had recently joined the party precisely because Diane Abbot was standing for the leader.
“A group of four women had joined including a mother and daughter. During another conversation an elderly gentleman told me he had abandoned the party after over [sic] the Iraq war but had rejoined to vote for Abbott.
“This is purely anecdotal but if this momentum gathers apace then who knows what might happen,” Mr Woolley said.
Now imagine if the opposite situation were to occur, namely that whites join any party just to vote for a white candidate against non-white competitors.
The media and Mr Woolley would be screaming racism from the rooftops, and the Equalities and Human Rights Commission would no doubt be intervening with legal action.
According to BAME Labour Chair, Ahmad Shahzad, that organisation’s aim is to “empower ethnic minority members within the Labour Party and campaigns for greater representation of ethnic minority communities in public life.
“Through encouraging increased participation in the political process BAME Labour empowers its members to campaign for a fairer, more equal and democratic society,” Mr Shahzad boasts on his website.
It seems therefore, that when white people vote in blocks for white candidates, it is “racism” but when black people vote in blocks for black candidates, it is “democracy.”
* The BAME website has been made up by the same people responsible for the non-whites only “Black Socialist Society” or BSS.
The amateurish Labour BAME webmaster forget to change the top line header of the website when converting the BSS website into the BAME “look.” As a result, the acronym BSS can still be seen at the top left-hand side of the screenshot of the BAME website below.