BONGO BONGO UKIP MEP REFUSES TO APOLOGISE FOR RACIST REMARK – Channel 4 News interviewer Krishnan Guru-Murthy yesterday interviewed UKIP MEP, Godfrey Bloom, over the issue of what he meant by using the term Bongo Bongo land.
You can see from the interview above that Krishnan Guru-Murthy wanted to get to the bottom of exactly what Godfrey Bloom meant by using the phrase. Unfortunately, and without doubt, Godfrey Bloom didn’t want to get drawn into the debate; saying it is simply a phrase used by his generation and that it did not have any racial overtones; well not in his view anyway.
You might think this is all so shocking when an MEP uses such a phrase to describe a continent of people and yet the real issue of where billions of pounds of taxpayers’ money was going was not only subverted it was summarily dismissed by Krishnan Guru-Murthy.
This of course is the true face of Britain; we appear more concerned about a bit of name calling than we do about the critical issues that are affecting the well-being of the nation and its people.
I can fully understand why Channel 4 wanted to ask the question over what exactly Godfrey Bloom meant by using the phrase Bongo Bongo but unless you are a 4 year old then it was perfectly clear what he meant.
Was his term of phrase racist? The answer to that lies within your perception and of course the era in which you were born. I can remember having a Gollywog when I was younger; we thought nothing of it and in my eyes it certainly wasn’t designed as a racist taunt. Of course with the current level of political correctness indoctrination nobody is allowed to have a Gollywog and certainly using the phrase is deemed offensive.
Godfrey Bloom, for anyone with even a modicum of common sense, is not a racist; he was merely pointing out the crystal clear fact that the British public are being fleeced by despot African regimes who openly squander the foreign aid we provide.
The real issue here is ‘foreign aid’ and not a bit of name calling but news agencies appear more interested in a bit of smear rather than uncovering the truth that Britain is being run by incompetent fools and the only way they can continuously cover up their failings is to jump on an issue such as this and blow it all out of proportion; it is the perfect way to divert attention away from the real issues.
I actually like Krishnan Guru-Murthy and his style of interviewing but clearly he missed the mark; maybe he was ordered to do so. Watch the interview carefully and it is plain to see that Krishnan Guru-Murthy didn’t want to cover the issue of billions of pounds being wasted; it was nothing more than an attempt to sabotage Godfrey Bloom’s political career and cast the ever growing shadow of indoctrination that UKIP is a party with a racist agenda.
The interview, in my view, was a petty attempt of making a mountain out of a mole-hill; it really didn’t have substance to it but the real issue and the issue with real substance was conveniently dismissed.
I wonder what it will take for the British people to finally shake off the veil of deception and misdirection and finally ask and listen to the truth.
Do you think Godfrey Bloom is a racist? Do you think that the interview was tainted as it wasn’t allowed to cover the real issue?