Saturday, August 13, 2011
BBC Racial Smokescreen: Blacks Are Reformers Not Rioters (Media Silence Is Anti-White, Volume III)
The BBC's main goal here is not to inform the populace about the dangers on their streets, but to obfuscate the real racial issue in this story.
Like most mainstream media, the BBC tried to conceal that the vast majority of the criminals participating in last weeks Tottenham riots were black.
Look how the BBC never shows close-ups of the rioters (1:31). The looters are only shadowy, hooded figures seen from a distance. They could be anyone. They could be your son, your brother, your sister. Just how the BBC wants it.
Meanwhile, they spend the second half of the video interviewing blacks close-up, good-guy blacks who take up the mantle of reform. Through the voices of the blacks they interview, who go unquestioned, unchallenged, the BBC blames the looting on "outsiders," "opportunists," "anarchists" from other neighborhoods, the local authorities' "lack of communication," the lack of jobs, or the lack of "youth projects."
They blame everything but the clear culprit: Black Mob Criminality.
Repeat the refrain: when the media ceases to disclose to whites precisely who or what endangers them, that media ceases to be useful and starts to be Anti-White.
Boycott: The BBC.