Saturday, 17 May 2014


The Ideological Caste has noticed your deviancy.

by David Hamilton

Liberal Democracy has been transformed into a police state, like Stalin's Russia or Mao's China, to manage immigration or the importation of cheap labour for the elites. The persecution has been going on for over 50 years and did not begin with Political Correctness but is part of the multi-racialists' outlook. It got much worse from the 1960s when the new elites formed an "Ideological Caste" with membership dependent not on blood, birth, or class, but on holding the right opinions. To rise in life one has to conform to their ideology. What I would like to focus on is how the "Caste" gang up on their victims and the Gestapo/ KGB style methods they use.

Dr James Watson, the geneticist, who, with Francis Crick, discovered the structure of DNA and is regarded as one of the great scientists of his time, was persecuted in 2007 for telling the Sunday Times that he was "inherently gloomy about the prospect of Africa" because "all our social policies are based on the fact that their intelligence is the same as ours – whereas all the testing says not really." He said there was a natural desire that all human beings should be equal but "people who have to deal with black employees find this not true." The British establishment's agency of Inquistion the Equality and Human Rights Commission, immediately said it was studying Dr Watson's remarks "in full," while various politicians moved in to attack him.

"It is a shame that a man with a record of scientific distinction should see his work overshadowed by his own irrational prejudices," said David Lammy, the Skills Minister. London mayor Ken Livingstone also pitched in: "Such ignorant comments...are utterly offensive and give succour to the most backward in our society."

The Science Museum cancelled a sell-out meeting it had planned to hold to honour Watson on the grounds that his remarks had gone "beyond the point of acceptable debate." Several other centres scheduled to host his talks followed suit. What a scientific argument! His employers, the Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory in Long Island suspended him as Chancellor.

But this is not a recent trend. Precedents for it can be found back in the 1950s. In the House of Commons debate on the Notting Hill Race Riots of August 1958, a local Labour M.P. Frank Tomney made an honourable and noble speech in the House of Commons in defence of his young constituents to show they had been stitched up by police and lawyers:
"Nine young men were arrested. No one in the constituency takes the view that what they did was not severely wrong, but the sentences of 4 years imprisonment for boys of 17 – even coloured people are going round organizing petitions on their behalf. I wrote to the Home Secretary asking him to see me about this but he declined as it is sub judice. The case was subject to appeal a week ago and the sentences confirmed. I made sure none of these boys had a previous conviction. When people read about comparable cases and find variations in the sentences they come to think that our law does not provide justice. In one case of alleged rioting which concerned coloured people, one man was sentenced to prison for a year and others were fined. The man who was sentenced to a year had a former conviction in 1948 for shooting a policeman which is a crime with intent to kill. Yet these boys with no convictions got 4 years. I have here a letter from the Union of Post Office workers about a boy from Ellingham Road. It tells of his having just returned from serving in Cyprus yet he was taken from his bed at 2.a.m. and charged with rioting. He only pleaded guilty because he was foolishly advised to. Contrary to the bias of police evidence, he was in possession of no weapon, though he admits to being an occupant in the car that toured the district shouting slogans. The petition to me is in responsible language and from people I have known for nine years." ~Hansard, October 1958.
The election campaign in the Smethwick constituency in the 1964 general election shows where such persecutions can lead. An anonymous offensive slogan had been used during the campaign and posted on walls, "If you want a N***** for a neighbour, vote Labour." Harold Wilson attributed this to the Conservative candidate Peter Griffiths, when being interviewed by Robin Day on Panorama of 9th March 1964. After the election, now Prime Minister, Wilson broke from his address on the Queen's speech to insult Griffiths, who had won the Smethwick seat, calling him a "Parliamentary Leper" who would be shunned in the House. This breached the convention that new members be protected until after their Maiden speech.

Just two weeks before polling Griffiths was de-humanised in the Birmingham Post, and the Times whose Midland correspondent wrote, "It is abhorrent to all Conservatives and officials of stature to whom I have talked." He did not say to whom he had talked! He headed his column of the 12th, "Vile – it's all in Black and White." As the election result was announced the Marxist Bishop of Southwark, called the electorate "unchristian," and the Bishop of Chelmsford criticized local voters.

Yet this was a model of democracy – a local man fighting on a local issue elected by local people. The unelected Bishops by contrast, lived far away in fabulous palaces that insulted them from the reality and made statements that stemmed from a priori ideological positions.

The state broadcaster the BBC even took American Black Power leader Malcolm X to Smethwick for the current affairs programme Tonight. He told the world’s media:
"I have come here because I am disturbed by reports that coloured people in Smethwick are being badly treated. I have heard they are being treated as the Jews under Hitler. I would not wait for the Fascist element in Smethwick to erect gas ovens." 
That was the level of hysteria the BBC was whipping up! They denied having taken him there but Mayor C.V.Williams investigated: "I was most amazed at the finesse shown by the BBC. I was told the car was not a BBC car but it was owned by one of the directors." Malcolm X told the Times that the BBC had taken him. This attention this program attracted also led to a bomb being planted outside Mr.Griffiths' home on 26th October 1965.

The BBC attempted to conflate Britain's race problems with those of America.
The persecution in 1984 of Ray Honeyford, a head teacher at Manningham Middle School in Bradford, shows the depths of intolerance for those who diverge even slightly from the orthodoxy. Mr Honeyford was okay with multi-racialism but warned against the divisiveness of multi-culturalism. Just consider the Gestapo/ Stasi style methods the "tolerant ones" used on him.

The local education authority tried to have him removed from his school, and when he wrote about his situation in the Salisbury Review he was dehumanised by the media and had a rent-a-mob constantly screaming "Racist" outside the school gates. The local education authority sent a psychiatrist to examine him, and the Department for Education had Helena Kennedy QC subject him to an inquisition and school inspectors persecuted him. Through these various methods he was forced to retire at 52!

In May 2002, a professor and Tory councillor, Geoffrey Sampson, was persecuted by government minister Peter Hain, who had previously done so much to bring genocide on White South African farmers. Professor Samspon's website stated: "There is overwhelming scientific evidence that races differ to some extent in their average intelligence levels – yellow-skinned Orientals tend to be rather brighter than whites, negroes tend to be rather less bright." Hain, a founder member of the Anti Nazi League, raved on the TV programme Breakfast with Frost, "Sampson is proud to be racist." Prof. Sampson was only given a right to reply on Radio 4's Today programme, which is heard less than television. He explained that Hain’s statement was untrue and "as far as I am concerned it would be daft to be proud of racism — what is there to be proud of?" But this was ignored in subsequent TV news broadcasts, which kept repeating Hain's distortion. The Special Branch warned him he was a marked man and advised him on safety precautions to reduce the risk of harm to him or his family. He was advised to look under his car before driving to check that nothing was attached – this the result of a Labour government minister publicly persecuting him!

In April 2006, Leeds university authorities subjected Dr. Frank Ellis to an Inquisition after he had an interview published in Leeds Student. The BBC sought out Dr. Ellis for a politically biased interview because of his "peculiar and extreme views." He and his interviewer ranged over many topics but what ignited prejudice against him were his remarks that the average black has a lower IQ than the average white or Asian and that he believed we need to introduce a policy of humane repatriation. There were the usual demonstrations by Unite Against Fascism (sic). The University's decision was to persecute a man for purely for holding the "wrong" opinion  as he had treated his students fairly and impartially. The interviewer even had to acknowledge Dr. Ellis’s "excellent rapport with his students and colleagues." Furthermore, Leeds University have a system to prevent unfair marking. Each candidate's paper is anonymous and each one is marked by three different tutors, so treating students unfairly would be almost impossible. Nevertheless, he was investigated by the West Yorkshire police for "incitement to racial hatred." Dr. Ellis was not disciplined for his conduct towards his students, which was exemplary, but persecuted for not expressing the right thoughts on race. In an interview on Talk Sport Ian Collins screamed at Ellis, "You're mad!"

These people, poor dears, can't live in a world where your opinion is different from theirs.
Robert Henderson was persecuted in July 1995, over an article in Wisden Cricket Monthly. He wrote that a reason for the bad performances of England's cricket team was the mix of foreign and native players. However talented they lack the commitment to their side on which team success depends. He explained:
"The common experience of mixed groups makes it immensely difficult to accept that a changing room comprised of say six Englishmen, two West Indians, two Southern Africans and a New Zealander is going to develop the same camaraderie as eleven unequivocal Englishmen." 
Whatever else it was, this was certainly not a case of "racism," as his example had two blacks and five people who are not English, three of whom are certainly white. But nevertheless the media and establishment went into "racism" feeding frenzy. The journalists and public figures who denounced him did not attack hisb essentially innocuous writings, but instead responded out of ideological correctness against what they thought his views were. Two of the black players, Devon Malcolm and Philip De Freitas, sued Wisden for libel but not Henderson, which is unusual because the author is usually included in the suit. Malcolm and De Freitas had sought the advice of the Professional Cricketer's Association who took counsel's opinion which was that no libel existed.

The Telegraph newspaper gave clues to his home address and refused to print an unedited reply. He was then turned on by Wisden whose following issue had five pages of vitriolic attack on him, even though they printed the original article. Editor Mr Firth would not print a reply.

Henderson contacted his M.P. Frank Dobson to complain of the way the media had treated him, and asked for an intervention on his behalf. On 3rd August 1995, Mr Henderson received a letter from the black Labour politician Diane Abbott that told him he had "no appreciation of acceptable terminology. As an ex-journalist, and someone who still dabbles, I believe that we have a duty to write on subjects we know about." Later Abbott objected to "blue-eyed blonde" nurses from Finland tending coloured patients in her East London constituency!

Mr Henderson wrote to Tony Blair about Mr. Dobson, sending thirteen letters to the Blairs between March 1996 and February 1997. Finally, Blair summoned the Police to his Westminster office. The Police considered charging Henderson with Common Assault and offences under the Malicious Communications and Race Relations Acts. They took the letters for examination by the Crown Prosecution Service. It was decided that the correspondence "fell short" of any criminal offence. But Blair was advised that the "sheer volume" of continued letters could justify criminal prosecution in the future.

The media dehumanised him and refused him a right of reply. An interview he gave to the BBC was edited by splicing together different parts of his interview to produce the opposite of what he had said. The interview was 30 minutes but only 93 seconds were used. This is a fine example of how the BBC edits to destroy those who say the wrong things. Henderson told the interviewer the following:
"I take the Matthew Paris line on this. Matthew, says that part of being an Englishman is being white. Now I think that's reasonable, not just from my own experience, but it seems to me that you don't get someone taking on the whole of a new culture when they come to a country. That doesn't of course mean that they cannot be British and of course if they are representing Britain there may not be the same problem that you've got if they are representing England, but if they are representing England they've got to feel that there isn't anything which spurns them, which thrusts them out from society, which I am absolutely certain that the majority of blacks and Asians do feel. I can sympathise with them because any minority anywhere is going to feel under stress."
This is what the BBC broadcast after editing:
"...part of being an Englishman is being white. Now I think that's reasonable, not just from my own experience, but it seems to me you don't get someone taking on the whole of a new culture when they come to a country."
The journalist Mark Steyn was persecuted by the Canadian Human Rights Commission in 2006 after two complaints by the Islamic Congress against Maclean's magazine and its editor-in-chief, Kenneth Whyte for printing a chapter from his book: America Alone. The complainants said: "the article subjects Canadian Muslims to hatred and contempt." He had written:
"The Muslim world has youth, numbers and global ambitions. The West is growing old and enfeebled, and lacks the will to rebuff those who would supplant it. It's the end of the world as we've known it. Sept. 11, 2001, was not 'the day everything changed,' but the day that revealed how much had already changed. On Sept. 10, how many journalists had the Council of American-Islamic Relations or the Canadian Islamic Congress or the Muslim Council of Britain in their Rolodexes? … the larger forces at play in the developed world that have left Europe too enfeebled to resist its remorseless transformation into Eurabia and that call into question the future of much of the rest of the world. The key factors are: demographic decline; the unsustainability of the social democratic state; and civilizational exhaustion."
To understand the degree to which we have been dragged down to the level of persecutory states rather than bastions of freedom, simply look at the state persecution of Catholic priest Father Samuel. He had fled to Belgium to escape Muslim persecution of Christians in Turkey and was then persecuted by the Belgian state's inquisition agency, the Centre for Equal Opportunities and Opposition to Racism (CEOOR) for "incitement to racist hatred" for what he said in this 2002 television interview:
"Every thoroughly Islamized Muslim child that is born in Europe is a time bomb for Western children in the future. The latter will be persecuted when they have become a minority." 
The Belgian judiciary decided to try him before the penal court in Charleroi. He repeated his statement and declared that he would be honoured to go to jail for this. He added that Jesus too had been persecuted! In a sermon he called upon the faithful to accompany him to court, saying, "We will turn this into an excursion, driving there in full buses.” On his website and in sermons Father Samuel warns of "the Islamic invasion" of the West and that we face impending civil war. According to Father Samuel "so-called moderate Muslims do not exist."

Anyone who would defend his country against the globalist ethos of our rulers must certainly brace himself to face the full force of their persecution.

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