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Racism or Rapism: No Third-World People, No Third-World Pathologies

One reliable sign of leftism in action is that it most harms those whom it claims to care about most. For example, the Labour party in Britain proclaims its concern for the working-class in its very name. But Labour has been attacking the working-class with mass migration and anti-racism for decades. When working-class Whites called for help against the invasion, Labour didn’t simply ignore them as they were murdered, raped, robbed and driven out of their traditional districts by non-White enrichers. No, it demonized them as “racist,” “xenophobic,” and “fascist.”

The golden rewards of treachery

Roy Hattersley (born 1932), once deputy leader of the Labour party and MP for the Birmingham constituency of Sparkbrook in the 1960s and ’70s, has boasted about his own treachery. He’s written in the Guardian that: “For most of my 33 years in Westminster, I was able to resist Sparkbrook’s demands about the great issues of national policy — otherwise, my first decade would have been spent opposing all [Third-World] immigration and my last calling for withdrawal from the European Union.”