Jamaican Labour MP and Shadow Home Secretary, Diane Abbott, has found herself in the spotlight once again following her most recent anti-white outburst.
Speaking in Brighton, Abbott addressed the audience at a Momentum-organised event titled: The World Transformed. She suggested that by only fielding black candidates in certain British constituencies, this would allow more black and ethnic minority women to enter the House of Commons.
“We need to revisit the campaign for all-black shortlists.”
“[All-women shortlists] did have a transformative effect on getting women into parliament but we need to pay attention to the fact that all-women shortlists have not necessarily worked for black and ethnic minority women.”
“If you want to engage with black and minority voters you have to start talking about the things they are talking about, you have to start holding events and reaching out to them.”
I hate to break this to you, Diane, but Britain is a white-majority country. We should have a white-majority government. Can you imagine the Japanese accepting white-only candidate shortlists in a bid to fill their government with non-natives? It wouldn’t happen. “Diversity” is only forced upon us in white nations.
There seems to be a trend in today’s workforce to recruit based on gender, race or sexual orientation rather than to recruit based on talent and skill. There are two reasons why certain groups don’t work in certain sectors:
- They don’t want to.
- They’re no good at it.
It’s funny, but you never hear people complain about the lack of black, female bin collectors, or black, female sewage workers.
Previous Anti-White Comments
Abbott is no stranger to spouting her anti-white nonsense. Let’s not forget in 2012 she tweeted that:
“White people love playing “divide & rule” We should not play their game #tacticasoldascolonialism”.
Of course, Abbott suggested that her tweet was taken “out of context” and it was left at that. It makes you wonder what the backlash would be if it was a white person tweeting about black people.
Abbott, however, is the first to cry wolf the second she receives any negative comments in return. Even though (as we reported this month) she’s known more for her general incompetence than her political influence, she’s always the first to shout racist whenever feedback is given about her. It was only three months ago that she complained after British Prime Minister, Theresa May, questioned her track record in politics. Abbott described May’s criticism as “dog whistle racism” and apparently found it “curious” that May had singled her out.
People don’t single you out because you’re black, Diane. People single you out because you’re stupid.