UK: Fighting White Genocide Through Awareness
EDITOR’S NOTE: The editorial staff of the Derby Telegraph express alarm that some “Multiculturalism Is genocide” stickers were placed by a patriot on top of advertisements for a day care business owned by a White man who married outside of his race. (The stickers were doubtless placed in many other locations too.) The paper mocks the imputed motive of the patriot, which they speculate was promoting the idea that “allowing children of different colored skins to mix together at nursery is a practice which will lead to death and destruction of our civilization,”a statement intended to be seen as so beyond the bounds of “decent” discourse that all “right-thinking” people will dismiss it and be horrified by it — but a statement which is nevertheless, in essence, true. Ominously, the paper demands that the person posting the stickers be identified so his ideas can be “removed” from society. Exactly how they intend to effect the “removal” is not specified.
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THERE ARE some extraordinarily bitter and twisted people out there. (ILLUSTRATION: James Fisher looks at one of the notices which was a target for racist graffiti.)
And although new Derby children’s nursery owner James Fisher was not inclined to formally complain to police after adverts for his business were besmirched with racist graffiti, it surely ought to be the case that it needs to be investigated anyway.
For this went way beyond mischievous doodling or spray-painting by bored youngsters.
Sunny Days Nursery opens on Monday in Chester Green.
Mr Fisher, the father of two mixed-race children, put up street adverts. The nursery logo shows three children, two white and one of mixed race, holding hands together.
What could be more innocent or warming than that, you might think?
But to one or more people, it seems that it was so incendiary that they slapped on stickers announcing that “multiculturalism is genocide”.
Just to add to the menacing effect, a skull and crossbones was also featured.
Who are these people? There can be no question this was an impromptu act. These stickers had been printed, a calculated act to spread whatever perverted message the offenders want to portray.
And what is the message that they want us to accept? That allowing children of different coloured skins to mix together at nursery is a practice which will lead to death and destruction of our civilisation?
Genocide – the word has such horrors, ironically being brought into play as we mark the 70th anniversary of VE Day and victory over a Nazi regime which practised it.
Anybody who is walking the streets of Derby with these thoughts in their head will probably never be disabused of them. They are too blinkered for that.
But they have to be identified to remove any possibility of their bile being spread.
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Source: Derby Telegraph