Monday, January 03, 2011

The Things They Say

Wilfred Emmanuel-Jones, farmer, high-class sausage purveyor and Conservative candidate, on being black in Britain. Maybe he doesn't mean it the way it sounds :

"Our parents established beachheads in the cities; it is now up to our generation to move out of those beachheads and claim the rest of Britain as our own."


And via commenter Fellist, former Labour MP for Sparkbrook Roy Hattersley (see also this post) :

For more than 30 years, I took the votes of Birmingham Muslims for granted. The Muslims themselves I treated with more respect. But if, at any time between 1964 and 1997 I heard of a Khan, Saleem or Iqbal who did not support Labour I was both outraged and astonished.

My presumption was justified. It was the Muslim vote - increased by an influx of families from Kashmir, the Punjab and other parts of Birmingham - which expanded my majority from barely 1,200 to more than 12,000...

I always assumed that their mothers and aunts (often on instruction) voted the same way as their husbands.

14 comments:

Ross said...

I always assumed that their mothers and aunts (often on instruction) voted the same way as their husbands.

The fact he has to assume that, presumably because the women can't be allowed to speak to an infidel like Hattersley, should tell him something.

Edwin Greenwood said...

"Our parents established beachheads in the cities... "

Hmm. Perhaps my irritating habit of referring to Woolwich and its hinterland as "the Occupied Territories" is not just tiresome racist hyperbole from a grumpy old git who is "afraid of the other", then.

TheSlowlyBoiledFrog said...

"it is now up to our generation to move out of those beachheads and claim the rest of Britain as our own"

Looking around the town where I was born, I'd say Wilf was a little behind the curve.

Mark said...

'But if, at any time between 1964 and 1997 I heard of a Khan, Saleem or Iqbal who did not support Labour I was both outraged and astonished.'

I recall that Roy Chatterjee liked to refer to his brown constituents as 'my asians'- an attitude that was very common amongst inner city Labouristas pre the Iraq war. The party in Tower Hamlets was similarly 'outraged and astonished' when the Miahs, Uddins & Ullahs of Bethnal Green deserted the party in droves in 2005.

Chatterjee's acknowlegement that the 'influx of families' from Kashmir & the Punjab helped to augment his majority tells you all you need to know about the calamitous immigration policy pursued by this country since 1997.This is a policy, furthermore, that the Coalition has only tweaked a little at the edges, and not reformed completely, as it should do.

Perdix said...

Labour immigration policy = importation of Labour voters

Anonymous said...

Ofcourse he means it Laban, consciously or not.
Humans being members of the animal kingdom, have innate desires to see their own kind dominate the landscape.
At the end of WW2 many Westerners walked away from the game and refused to take part, denying there even was a 'game'. What they failed to notice though was that other people had not walked away and continued along happy that we were out of the running.


Why is rigging the demographics within a country considered illegal 'gerrymandering' while using people from outside the country for the same effect perfectly ok?

The fact is the Labour party stole the elections in recent years. Even though in 1997 they would have won anyway, they would have had a smaller majority and therefore not caused as much damage.
Same with the lib Dems, they are only a force in recent years because of the anti war and student vote.
Hopefully they get wiped out at the next election.

Sgt Troy 11th Dragoons said...

"Maybe he doesn't mean it the way it sounds"

Of course he bloody well does


"former Labour MP for Sparkbrook Roy Hattersley (see also this post)"

Just before he died, it is recorded that he let out a "ghastly inhuman howl," much to the delight and merriment of the spectators.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hugh_Despenser_the_Younger

Anonymous said...

When I read shit like that I no longer have any reason to disagree with the Russian skinheads who tore up Moscow recently. We all have every right to oppose the third world lebensraum.

Sgt Troy 11th Dragoons said...

Anonymous said...
When I read shit like that I no longer have any reason to disagree with the Russian skinheads who tore up Moscow recently. We all have every right to oppose the third world lebensraum.

There are few genuine Nazis by conviction in Britain; there are a lot of people however who don't want to be part of the third world lebensraum

Guardiansta left liberal traitors are always ranting on about "paywall dodgers" but today they have reason to be grateful for the paywall because they can lie, cower, deny and snivel behind it, the unspeakable swine

"Most offenders are of Pakistani heritage" ......"Pattern of abuse across North and Midlands"

"For more than a decade, child protection experts have identified a repeated pattern of sex offending in towns and cities across northern England and the Midlands involving groups of older men who groom and abuse vulnerable girls aged 11 to 16 after befriending them on the street.

Most of the victims are white and most of the convicted offenders are of Pakistani heritage, unlike other known models of child-sex offending in Britain, including child abuse initiated by online grooming, in which the vast majority of perpetrators are white.

Northern police forces have investigated gangs of on-street predators for at least 14 years. In the most serious cases children have been moved around the country in cars. More"

Times 3/1/11

Anonymous said...

We should be grateful to Hattersley, he articulates Labour policy better than any other.

They lost their core White Working Class vote back in the 80's when they began to vote Tory.

Importation was the only way to shore up the voter base.

As least Hattersley is honest. Despicable but honest.

Sgt Troy 11th Dragoons said...

"As least Hattersley is honest. Despicable but honest."

He's knocking on 80, thinks he's got away with it. This is not honesty, it's hubris.

It makes the offence even more rank

But ok justice should be tempered with mercy I suppose

Spare him the quartering , leave it at hanging and drawing

TottenhamLad said...

More words of crap from the 'niger agricola'.

His previous pearls of shite include (from July 2006 on a C4 documentary) "...Wilfred Emanuel-Jones, one of Britains few black farmers, believes there are too many white people in the countryside and he intends to change that..."

(Apologies for a link to a post, In The Countryside, on my own now dormant blog)

Perhaps he dreams of being England's own Robert Mugabe...

Sgt Troy 11th Dragoons said...

(Apologies for a link to a post, In The Countryside, on my own now dormant blog)

Damn good blog too

That rat Straw has doubtless chosen his moment to change his colours with some care

Wonder if he is working up a plea of mitigation

Traderdad37 said...

@Perdix said...

Labour immigration policy = importation of Labour voters

Wow!

Sounds like the Democrats in the States:

Democrat immigration policy = importation of more Democrat voters

Do you think for a second that if all those illegals came here and started voting Republican that the US would still have what's essentially an open door / sanctuary policy toward Mexican immigrants?

Fat chance.