MORE UKIP RACIST RHETORIC – There’s a rule in politically correct politics; if you can’t win an argument call the opposition racists or bigots.
The mainstream media, in their ignorance, are once again vilifying UKIP over a text message that Gawain Towler sent to a journalist – some newspapers, including the Daily Mail, are stating that Mr. Towler ‘accidentally’ sent the message.
The text message ended with “of some form of ethnic extraction” which has now motivated a number in the House of Commons to call for a public apology or better yet Mr. Towler’s resignation from UKIP.
Left: Gawain Towler UKIP | Right: Kiran Randhawa – Journalist
You really ought to try my job sometimes for I guarantee you it’s full of surprises. There are days where I could bang my head against the wall over the stupidity of political correctness and the evident hollow use of racism and bigotry – 99.9% of it is complete and utter tosh.
Well here we are again – let’s not bother discussing the real issues Britain is facing such as the EU raping the taxpayer with demands of more money to prop up their incompetent empire, let’s not worry about the flood of mass immigration due to the pending 2014 Right of Free Movement and for love of a Quarter Pounder with Cheese don’t ever mention the Home Office’s inability to deport terrorists – no, no, no; let’s just all sit here and call each other racists and bigots because under our political indoctrinated society it’s just so bloody easy to do.
OK, I’m getting carried away; but you get the idea – all the important things are merely inconsequential whilst the petty snide remarks are of paramount importance. Seriously, someone ought to take our politicians to one side and make them write on the blackboard one thousand times… “there are bigger issues don’t be a blithering politically correct idiot.”
Oops! I used the word ‘blackboard,’ quick somebody pass me a pill for I must be a racist. Oh, wait a minute what about ‘whiteboard’ – is that acceptable? I would venture not.
According to the press, the first one to jump on the racist bandwagon was Tory MP Nadhim Zahawi – he thinks Mr. Towler’s remarks are outrageous and that nobody in 2013 should use such blatantly offensive language.
What Mr. Zahawi had to say initially wasn’t all that significant but his last remark was; “especially if you want to been seen fit to run the country.”
I doubt very much if Mr. Zahawi was in fact offended by Mr. Towler’s remark but it certainly gave him political leverage to again bring into question whether UKIP are nothing more than a political party that is full of racists – and therefore unfit to govern.
The Oh-Ah now is that there are multiple calls from Mr. Towler to issue a public apology to Kiran Randhawa.
Technically the message “of some form of ethnic extraction” is perfectly correct, for if Mr. Towler wasn’t aware of Kiran Randhawa’s heritage,then how else would he refer to her?
Yes, it could be argued that he simply could have referred to Kiran Randhawa as a British journalist, but even that might have back fired as no doubt some ethnic group would have accused him of being ignorant to her ethnic background.
Yes caught between a rock and a hard place springs to mind but that is how political correctness indoctrination works and it is wholly designed to keep the population silent for anything could be construed as either being racist or bigoted.
I personally don’t know Kiran Randhawa but I’m sure she is a perfectly nice person; but should we really allow our politicians to skirt the really important issues in Britain by making such a remark the ‘crime of the century’.
If Kiran Randhawa has been personally offended then maybe she should have quietly approached Mr. Towler and I’m sure he would have apologised profusely.
According to Mr. Towler he had set up a meeting with two journalists and due to the poor quality recording of the answer phone he couldn’t make our Kiran Randhawa name and therefore referred to her as a woman “of some form of ethnic extraction”.
Here’s what Mr. Towler had to say…
“If I’d got the right name I would have used it but I didn’t so I needed to give a heads up. I was thinking of using the term “babe” but they aren’t going to have the first idea what I’m going on about.”
You may or may not be offended by this whole affair and quite frankly it’s completely irrelevant for the relevancy of this issue is yet again the press and the politicians have managed to avert your attention away from their own failings – failings that will no doubt cost you more in the way of taxes and finally hand over Britain to the European Parliament.
Of course that doesn’t really matter providing nobody calls you a racist or a bigot.
I wonder when, if ever, the British people will get a grip on reality before it really is too late.