Mishal Husain the Female Asian BBC autocue reader was involved in an incident in a supermarket where she claims her children were ‘racially abused’ to the extent that she felt the need to call the manager of the supermarket to make a complaint, demanding that the perpetrator of this heinous offence be ‘confronted’. What did this ‘offence’ consist of? Well, it seems that an elderly native Briton took exception to the behaviour of Husain’s children and told her that they should ‘behave like proper English children’.
In a sensible world most people would regard an elderly person telling off a parent for the behaviour of his /her children in this manner as what happens in life. The behaviour of the children might well have richly merited it in which case all credit to the elderly citizen. But this is of course not a sensible world.
It’s ‘racist’ if an ethnic say it is
In the Soviet-Style era of oppression in which we now live, the law is undoubtedly on Husain’s side. When she went running to authority in the expectation that it would spring to her side against the native Briton in this piffling incident, she was correct. According to the 1986 Association of Chief Police Officers definition, a ‘racist incident’ under the various Race Relations Acts is:-
'any incident in which it appeared to the reporting or investigating officer that the complaint involves an element of racial motivation or any incident which includes an allegation of racial motivation made by any person as being one that should be classified as racist’.
Recommendation 12 of the 1999 Macpherson Report the said that the definition of a racist incident should be 'any incident that is perceived to be racist by the victim or any other person'.
(Ethnics of course cannot be guilty of ‘racism’ because according to its Marxist definition, as members of minorities they do not have social power, an essential ingredient apparently).
Super –Sensitivity Encouraged by the Law
That Hussein thinks this citizens’ remarks amounted to ‘racial abuse’ reveals nothing so much as super sensitivity on her part on the one hand and a total lack of sensitivity towards the feelings of the native British on the other.
She seems on one level to be oblivious to or chooses to ignore the resentment that the people of the country rightly feel about the way they are being dispossessed of it by their political class through the importation of millions of aliens like herself.
On another she is probably very much aware of it. For all the ‘authority’ which she is said to convey on screen, her sensitivity almost certainly derives from a deep sense of insecurity. Insecurity in herself as a parent and the way she is bringing up her children and insecurity originating in the fact that those children, like herself will never be regarded by the bulk of the population as English.
Hussein’s BBC Career. Racial and Sexual Discrimination is OK when it’s in your Favour.
But let’s look at her career in the BBC. Whatever her capabilities – and it doesn’t take much to read off an autocue or indeed to ask people questions (It’s answering which is difficult) she was quite clearly chosen for her present position for three main reasons:-
1) She is Asian. The BBC quite clearly has a policy of slotting ethnics into high profile, up-front positions of this kind in order to propagandise a sense of establishment, authority and of ‘belonging’ for ethnics. Ethnics are also given jobs in programmes dealing with British cultural and historical matters for the same reasons, thus discriminating against whites.
2) She is Female. Having an Asian and Female as a news presenter is killing two birds with one stone since both ethnics and females score high points on the hierarchy of Political Correctness as ‘oppressed’ groups. White males are discriminated against wherever possible.
3) She is a good-looking in a European sort of way and for an Asian quite light-skinned. In the minefield which is the lexicon of Politically Correct sins (there are so many, aren’t there?) this of course is ‘lookist’ and also quite possibly ‘sexist’ as well as ‘racist’. However BBC apparatchiks seem to have concluded that there are limits beyond which the viewers will not go.
So we see that in the incident in the supermarket and when it comes to her career, Hussein is apparently more than willing to accept racial and sexual discrimination – when it is in her favour. There is only one word to describe this attitude: Hypocrisy.