- Protesting at No10 was a wasted exercise and insulting British police officers was hugely disrespectful
- Radical leftist activists continue to be a serious threat to Labour's chances of future electoral success 👇
What exactly do you expect from the UK Government and the Prime Minister? Why were you protesting there?
Worth noting that in one of the largest surveys into ethnic-minority public attitudes (2010 EMBES), most non-white people reported a HIGHER level of trust in the police, than white Brits.
Some of its leftist activists have tried to strike parallels between Mark Duggan and George Floyd.
Others are talking about "shared police brutality" across the US and UK.
Labour needs to win back predominantly white working-class communities in the regions.
Its radical leftist activists think these communities are filled with reactionary bigots.
It is anti-white sentiment.
And yes - white British folk can be victims of racist behaviour and institutional bias in the UK.
Failing to act upon large-scale cases of child sexual abuse, on the basis of the racial background of the perpetrators and their victims, is racism.
Because the society you see - supposedly packed with white racists and anti-BAME police officers - is not what many people in Britain see.
And if you treat so many of your fellow citizens with such contempt, they will have little time for you.