Sunday, 29 April 2012

18% of French Indigenes Have Experienced Racist Insults

A study from the French government's statistical agency INED has brought to light an interesting fact that vividly illustrates the stakes in the current presidential elections in France. 18% of French indigenes (defined as those who are neither immigrants nor the children of immigrants) have been the target of racist insults, remarks or attitudes.

Of course this anti-European racism is resolutely ignored by the many taxpayer-funded organisations that, under the banner of anti-racism, agitate against the interests of indigenous Europeans.

We saw the same thing illustrated in Britain today, when the negro Lee Jasper, chairman of Black Activists Rising Against the Cuts, denied that blacks were capable of racism.

“No black person in the UK can be racist. Racism is prejudice plus power. Black people can be prejudiced but not racist.”
Source: Telegraph


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