You heard it here first. Some readers may recall that, back in April I posted that organisations like the BBC were using Eastern Europeans as scapegoats and encouraging criticism against them in order to deflect attention from the far greater problems resulting from non-white non-European immigration.
Yesterday Tory MP Daniel Kawczynski, who is of Polish origin, highlighted the problem and accused the BBC of encouraging attacks on Poles, saying that the "liberal elite" at the corporation knew they had to cover the subject of immigration. But they would "not do stories about more controversial immigration" and focused instead on the "soft touch" of "White Christians from Poland".
Mr Kawezynski is absolutely right, anyone who has watched recent news reports on immigration, especially on the BBC can not have missed how strongly the focus has been on immigrants from Eastern Europe, whilst hardly a mention is made of immigration from Africa, the Middle East and Asia. (the ones who more often are mentioned in news stories with the words "a man is in custody" or "the police are seeking three biped male youths")
The media's racist mindset and anti-white agenda is obvious to all who look.