Saturday, August 6, 2011
Media Silence Is Anti-White, Volume II
Continuing the theme of yesterday's post, today we meet Delroy Grant, Britain's most prolific rapist OF ALL TIME.
He was convicted four months ago, after nearly TWO DECADES of raping elderly people in South London.
Police estimate Grant raped about 500 to 600 people over those two decades.
Why did it take so long for the London police to catch this guy?
Perhaps it's because, though they KNEW he was black based on the descriptions that victim after victim gave, still they released a white "e-fit" wanted poster (1:36) in order to be Politically "Correct."
Why doesn't the BBC draw attention to this disparity? Why don't they mention that the criminal was black, while the police were asking people in the neighborhood to be on the look out for a white guy?
And why did it take a BNP Freedom of Information request to shed light on what the BBC and other media outlets refused to disclose, namely that Grant's 600 victims were white?
How many hundreds, how many thousands of people must be victimized as a result of the willful ignorance of the police and the BBC?
Repeat the refrain from yesterday: when the news media refuses to disclose to whites precisely who or what endangers them, that media ceases to be useful and starts to be Anti-White.
Why is the BBC so Anti-White?