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Author Archives: Mark Watson
Dutch black players were the victims of monkey chants whilst they trained for the Euro 2012 tournament in Krakow on Thursday, prompting captain Mark van Bommel vowing to take the issue to UEFA.
A “Paki Papist”, and a “tribal…African chief” The racist comments of Church of England leaders revealed
With Ugandan born Archbishop of York Dr John Sentamu set to be in the front running for the new Archbishop of Canterbury post, it has been revealed that white church elders have made racist comments in reference to Asian and … Continue reading
From championing justice for Stephen Lawrence to promoting votes for far right leader Marine Le Pen: The two-face treachery of the Daily Mail
The Daily Mail has a long history of inflammatory anti-immigration headlines and racially inciting reports regarding the decline of white birth rates in the UK, so when the newspaper won accolades for championing the story of Stephen Lawrence, many people … Continue reading
Thirty-three year old Anders Behring Breivik murdered 77 people in Norway last year in an act of far right terrorism which sent warnings to black and minority ethnic communities that racial violence is on the increase in Europe, and there … Continue reading
During the Easter break it seems relevant to discuss how the world’s major religious leaders and followers have let down humanity with their support of war, imperialism and mass murder in the name of a divinity which supposedly holds life … Continue reading
Following media reports that the Met has suspended eight police officers from the force after damning racism allegations it would appear that Britain’s police force is once again is being accused of institutional racism, but ever since the Macpherson Report … Continue reading
According to Online Dating Newsletter over 20 million people visit online dating sites every month and this trend is certainly set to rise, but whilst the exciting prospects of a global online world where people appear to be colourblind attracts … Continue reading
A black mother was left traumatised and with burns to her back and chest after a white male threw acid over her whilst she was pushing her young baby in a pram.
The Windrush Foundation Project director Arthur Torrington has criticised The Department for Communities and Local Government and the Big Lottery Fund for rejecting a national memorial day for slavery whilst providing around half a million pounds annually to Holocaust history … Continue reading
Behind the media hype, pomp and excitement leading up to the London 2012 Olympics lies am exploitative world of Bangladeshi slave labour providing sports wear for the big brands such as Nike and Adidas for as little as 72 pence … Continue reading
Whether it is the Syrian Human Rights Monitoring Centre, responsible for some of the news we hear on television regarding the civil war in Syria, or the Damascus Centre for Human Rights, another news source which the Western media quote … Continue reading
Sixteen Afghan civilians were murdered as villagers reported drunken U.S. soldiers executing civilians in a drunken murderous rage, killing nine Afghan children and continuing a long line of barbaric war crimes committed by the West in Muslim countries.
Scientists claim that the beta-blocker drug Propranolol can help the fight against racism after trials revealed an unusual side effect of the drug which suppresses the emotion of fear, said to be the foundation of racist attitudes.
James Howson, who became the first black Heathcliff in the latest film version of Wuthering Heights faces prison after racially insulting his Asian girlfriend, highlighting a serious trend within black and minority ethnic communities of a colonial mentality which has … Continue reading
A new five-part BBC series about the British Empire will explore the so called ‘good’ and bad aspects of the empire, but this idea that the British Empire was somehow a force for good is an affront to the African … Continue reading
“This is a memo that describes how we’re going to take out seven countries in five years, starting with Iraq, and then Syria, Lebanon, Libya, Somalia, Sudan and, finishing off, Iran.” (General Wesley Clark, speaking in a Democracy Now interview … Continue reading
A report by the race equality charity Runnymede Trust has revealed that race injustices in the criminal justice system will continue into the future despite the charity calling for a new approach to these issues.