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On the 20th January 2017, Africans, Latin Americans and non-Europeans all over the world witnessed a massive hypocrisy, a leader elected on a nationalist mandate to secure jobs for his own people, a right that has been denied non-European leaders … Continue reading
Rabbi Lerner’s Introductory Note: The vote by a majority in the UK to exit from the European Union (Britain exiting, now called Brexit) is actually a cry of pain by the working people of Britain, and a reflection of the … Continue reading
Across the Channel, Nicholas Sarkozy has been shamelessly courting supporters of the extreme-right leader Marine Le Pen by proposing a referendum on illegal immigrants, threatening to pull out of the Schengen agreement, and calling for the labelling of halal meat. … Continue reading
Child B is apprehended after landing in Dover. He is subjected to something called a “welfare interview” and asked “Are you in any pain?” Yes, he says. The little finger on his left hand is in a splint. He is … Continue reading
A poll commissioned by Searchlight Educational Trust regarding attitudes towards immigrants and immigration found that almost two thirds of white Britons in the survey felt that immigration has been bad for the UK, and 48 percent were open to supporting … Continue reading
If you looked online or in the newspapers today the British media picked up a story which should strike black and ethnic minorities as strange regarding research by Professor David Coleman, of Oxford University who said that whites would become … Continue reading
A controversial immigration legislation in Arizona which requires local police to stop anyone who they suspect of being in the United States illegally has sparked nationwide protests across America with fears that Hispanics will be targeted by the state.
Prime Minister Gordon Brown is set to announce today that a general election in Britain will be held on May 6 and the important issue for black and minority ethnic communities should be what prospects does the election hold for … Continue reading
In the run up to the general election immigration has once again become a talking point for politicians and the media, however not one person in the mainstream media will dare walk into uncharted territory and explain that the main … Continue reading