Ideologically Driven Spite

In many respects, the petty, spiteful ideologically driven charlatans of Rotherham council have done us all a favour.

The word racism has been used and abused by the righteous so that its real meaning has become blurred. These days, it might just as well be used as a euphemism for “doesn’t agree with me”. Certainly UKIP’s central tenet of withdrawal from the EU does not make it racist, nor does its objection to such righteous holy grails as multiculturalism or unfettered immigration. Racism is merely to treat someone of another race as if they were inferior. Nothing UKIP has in its policies does this. Therefore, by any reasonable and logical examination of the party and its beliefs one cannot come to the conclusion that it is racist.

Consequently the decision to remove foster children from a couple who belong to the party is rightly seen as hysterical and over stepping the boundary by a parsec and a half. Because it is so blatantly obviously ideologically driven and so obviously outside of the council’s remit –  who are they to decide upon political affiliations, after all –  the man in the street who might otherwise have accepted the broad definition of racism thrown about with abandon by the race mongers, can see for himself that it simply does not apply. It might, just for once, expose these people to the person in the street for what they really are.

Hopefully, Rotherham council has jumped the shark on behalf of the righteous everywhere.

25 comments for “Ideologically Driven Spite

  1. Robert Edwards
    November 25, 2012 at 9:49 am

    I admire your restraint, LR; personally, I’d have the entire Rotherham Child Confiscation Department arrested and put in the stocks…

  2. Derek
    November 25, 2012 at 10:31 am

    A worrying thing that no one seams to have noticed; how did Rotherham Council know that these people were UKIP supporters. Do they go around checking on everyones political beliefs. Are UKIP the only party that is not welcome. Will Rotheram Council only employ people with the “right political beliefs”. This needs much more investigation than the MSM will give it.

    Now that so much news is published on blogs, perhaps a lot more of this sort of thing will come to light. If anyone hears about
    anything like this going on, they should make sure it is puiblished somewhere on the web.

    • Peterjones
      November 25, 2012 at 1:18 pm

      It was an anonymous tip off – just as in East Germany. We have entered a very worrying period and it needs all good men and women to save the country from descending further into the mire. Unless we’re prepared to take a stand right now, before things get worse, it will not be long before the 3am knock at the door is here and ALL dissenters are permanently shut up, SS style.

  3. November 25, 2012 at 10:48 am

    Yes, your restraint is commendable, LR.

    Derek – excellent question too.

  4. auralay
    November 25, 2012 at 10:52 am

    According to the Sunday Times, print edition, the couple say that
    “… on November 12th the children’s social worker and an official from the fostering agency called at the house. They told the foster parents that the local safeguarding team had received an anonymous tip-off that the couple were members of UKIP. The foster mother claims one of the two told her UK have got racist policies”. ”
    Pehaps some one with more experience of council mendacity can interpret that.

    • auralay
      November 25, 2012 at 10:54 am

      Sorry that should be …UKIP have got racist policies…

    • November 25, 2012 at 11:11 am

      Ah yes, the anonymous tip-off. That’s how the Gestapo and Stasi operated.

  5. ivan
    November 25, 2012 at 11:07 am

    And this is the same department that turned a blind eye to the problems of young white girls at the hands of gangs of Pakistani men by saying it was the girls ‘lifestyle choice’.

    • November 25, 2012 at 11:12 am

      Well, it’s always nice to have more than one set of standards – they have a spare, as it were.

    • David A. Evans
      November 25, 2012 at 3:47 pm

      I posted this on my Farcebook page, where it was ignored. 🙁


      • The Cowboy Online
        November 26, 2012 at 12:13 am

        Yeah, I posted it to my Facebook page and it got a couple of comments sharing my exasperation, disbelief and disgust at the action taken by Rotherham. I have 264 Facebook ‘friends’, so that’s two people out of 264. I saw a lot of posts about the X-Factor tonight though. Says it all.

  6. November 25, 2012 at 12:53 pm

    “Therefore, by any reasonable and logical examination of the party and its beliefs can one come to the conclusion that it is racist.”

    This sentence needs correcting.

    • November 25, 2012 at 1:56 pm

      Oops, thanks for the proofreading. 😳


  7. November 25, 2012 at 2:11 pm

    Where would Joyce Thacker place children separated from UKIP parents? Would she include that in their cultural needs?

  8. November 25, 2012 at 2:41 pm

    I’m inclined to think that
    “… I was criticised before for not making sure their cultural and ethnic needs were met”
    roughly translates as
    ‘See what I’m prepared to do if you criticise me? If you want to bring cultural needs into it, then two can play at that game …’

    Funny how the damage inflicted by treating these children as political footballs doesn’t seem to count, somehow.

  9. john in cheshire
    November 25, 2012 at 2:56 pm

    If it’s OK for Rotherham socialist workers to remove children from foster parents who are UKIP members, then it should also be OK for them to be removed from parents who are socialists/greens/marxists/fascists/members of the Labour Party/ members of the Liberal Democrat party/ members of the Conservative party. Why not? I’d actually say removing children from a household that has socialists as parents would be a good thing.

  10. Johnnydub
    November 25, 2012 at 4:32 pm

    The bigger issue here for me is the Ethical blindness.

    This council department did fuck all for over ten years as predatory muslim paedophiles abused girls in care, and yet UKIP membership is all it takes for them to step in.

    Does anyone else here see that the socialist destination will be an unremitting hell?

  11. Tatty
    November 25, 2012 at 5:45 pm

    Gosh anyone on the outside looking in lately would be forgiven for thinking it’s perfectly ok to neglect, abuse, rape and murder children so long as you vote for the “right” party.

    Say it ain’t so. 😐

    • ivan
      November 26, 2012 at 10:39 am

      Tatty, you forgot the ‘or are of the right ethnic group’ part.

  12. Furor Teutonicus
    November 25, 2012 at 5:59 pm

    XX the man in the street who might otherwise have accepted the broad definition of racism thrown about with abandon by the race mongers, can see for himself that it simply does not apply. It might, just for once, expose these people to the person in the street for what they really are. XX

    The trouble is, “the person in the street”, is only too willing to believe EVERY word written/spoken by the scumbag media.

    I heve seen it so often here, with any party putting it’s head above the parapet, that is further “right wing” than Mother Theresas left tit, is branded IMMEDIATELY “Neo nazi”.

    Even after winning many libel court cases regarding the description, the “Republikaner,” and the “Pro-Deutschland” (and it’s off shoots, “Pro-Berlin”, “pro NRW,” etc) have found it impossible to change the public “perception”.

    Even the “Deutsche Konservativen”, who could have taken their manifesto straight from Maggie Thatchers note book, have this problem.

    Changing the publics attitudes and perceptions, would involve them all in all together TOO much thinking for one life time.

    This is shown by the gulible way they allow themselves to be lead by media morons and imbiciles.

  13. SteveW
    November 26, 2012 at 11:46 am

    Closest this came to racism was Rotherham Child Catchers stating that they were removed, in part, because they were ‘…not UK children…’ and it would be alright for this couple to foster white, British kids in the future.

    Funny how these things go.

    • Robert Edwards
      November 26, 2012 at 12:59 pm

      That’s a bit like the ‘Flashman defence’ – wave your sabre about until your arm gets tired…

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