The BBC obsesses about race whilst most of us just happily get on with our lives treating individuals as we find them, disinterested in such group collectivism. Biased BBC Contributor Alan notes;
‘….exploring the extraordinary underground music generated by the Black Power movement of the late Sixties and early Seventies: radical, beautiful and rare.
Black music as a whole became far more vocal in its opposition to white mainstream society. Meanwhile Africa became as a powerful symbol for a younger generation of black American artists, a source of political identification, spiritual sustenance and often exotic, musical inspiration.’
A coincidence surely and not conspiracy by a left over Marxist revolutionary at the BBC romanticising the Black Power movement and hoping for a similar Black revolutionary movement to spring up here….but you have to question the BBC’s timing on broadcasting this programme right after the convictions of Stephen Lawrence’s killers.
Nonsense….just me going off the deep end. Or is it? When a Black MP plays the race card and is clearly intent on separating out Black people from society as a whole…..although who is ‘Black’ is clearly contentious…..the tweets reveal some are not ‘black’ enough….
HackneyAbbott Diane Abbott MP @bimadew White people love playing “divide & rule” We should not play their game #tacticasoldascolonialism
HackneyAbbott Diane Abbott MP @bimadew Ethnic communities that show more public solidarity & unity than black people do much better #dontwashdirtylineninpublic