Both Labour and the Tories have offended ethnic minorities. What will this mean for the local elections?

Labour will beat the Conservatives in the local elections on Thursday, retaining most of their seats and taking even more.

Sure, the party offended black and ethnic minority citizens when an all-white panel, on the demands of a white MP, found a black anti-racist campaigner guilty of racism and expelled him.

But the Conservatives have presided over a policy of persecution against black and ethnic minority citizens that has lasted eight years and deported possibly thousands of legitimate British citizens.

Weigh them up and you can see who has done the most harm.

If BAME voters turn on the Tories in large numbers, it will send a deafeningly loud message to the government.

And, providing she is still prime minister by Friday morning, that message can say only one thing to Theresa May:

RESIGN.


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2 thoughts on “Both Labour and the Tories have offended ethnic minorities. What will this mean for the local elections?

  1. Barry Davies

    You say a black anti racism supporter was expelled for racism, as if being black meant he can’t be a bigot, it is a bigoted point of view to think only white people can be bigoted on ethnicity and colour.

    1. Mike Sivier Post author

      I didn’t say he was an anti-racism supporter; I said he was an anti-racism campaigner.
      Think about that for a while, Barry. He campaigns against racism.
      Bigotry of the kind we are discussing here is racism.
      You are suggesting that a person who fights racism is racist.
      Your argument is nonsense.

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