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honkey means white dude in racist speak ....    

Breaking the Color Bar — How One Man Helped Desegregate Britain’s Pubs (and Fought for an Anti-Racist Future) Words by David Jesudason Illustrations by Colette Holston March 16, 20

just underground it's in the DNA

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9 hours ago, Big_Tera said:

How racist are white people in the UK? How do Sikhs deal with it and is it on the rise.

I know many in the uk have experienced racism. Especially in the work enviroment. Where bosses and managers openly discriminate against us brownies.

How can we combat this. I know we are not treated as bad as muslims. But Racists hate anyone of colour regardless. 

I feel the whites wish all us brownies left this country. Many do not openly say it but this is how they feel. They think their country has been taken over by us. 

They definantly do not like the fact that we have succeeded in this country and wish it was like the past. When whites would give brownies beatings just for fun. Now the tide has turned. There was a time that asians had a great inferiority complex and felt lower then whites. We accepted all kinds of racism and abuse as we felt we were lower. We felt whites were a superior to us. 

But the new generation of south asians are more confident then ever. No longer do we feel we are lower. The Asians now feel like we are better then the whites. We are more educated, better looking, wealthier. 

Yet this has all come at a price. Whites in Britian now resent us.  They wish it was like the good old times when we first arrived on these shores. At that time they would look down on, us beat us. We would accept it and walk away. 

Anyone else feel that the whites are now getting their camopance? 

I do like white british people on the whole, but feel there is definantly a racist under belly that exist. 

Many of these racist are joing the edl. 

I just think that we should now all be greatful of our achievements. White people deserve everything they get for how they treated us both back in India and in the UK. 





oprah says 'best way stop reduce racism is excellence'

only way to be the best you can, and everyhting else will fall into place like empathy, and once white see you getting on like its normal, theyll accept you, were all just people

like how can this rat hate that rat for having spots, all rats in a rat race, dont expect anyone to be nice to you and give you pass..... lol, its always dog eat dog, 

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That's half the story; the classic confrontational far-right racism that's always been present. Why's there never any mention of the "well-meaning", patronising racism of low expectations stemming from our so-called allies? When are we going to start identifying and discussing those problems?

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What we have to realise is that now the whites are jealous of us. They are not happy that many of us have become succesfull while they still live in their council estates. 

They had this superiority complex over us, that they were better then us for a long time. The saw us as smelly and dirty. We accepted this and believed they were a superior race and would look up to them. Now we tie dog leashes over their necks and see them as low. Our Race is better and we know it and like to show it. 

That was when our first generation came over. They would look down on us. Now the tables have changed. We now look down on them and see them as dirty. Desis are have become more confident then ever.

They hate our culture and traditions and that we are a close knit community. I have experienced this kind of resentment many times. I am not saying all whites are like this. 

But it does give me a certain amount of pleasure to see us getting our own back on them. Remember the British enslaved us during their rule over us. Its pay back time!

More power to us desi. We are gonna take over


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2 hours ago, MisterrSingh said:

That's half the story; the classic confrontational far-right racism that's always been present. Why's there never any mention of the "well-meaning", patronising racism of low expectations stemming from our so-called allies? When are we going to start identifying and discussing those problems?

Can you say that in plaine english?

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30 minutes ago, jkvlondon said:

just underground it's in the DNA

I think it all depends. Ie each persons experience is different. From my experience in the work place. If your the type of brownie that is a yes man and does what he is told without questioning. Then the whites will accept you and you will have no issues. Generally most types of brownies fall into this. 

The whites will only target those who they see as a threat to them. So if your very intellegent and confident. You will be a target. 

The whites want people they can easily control and abuse. 

The whites are the worst kind of racist. Infact we all are. Soon as we go home. Our reall feelings come out. 

Such as that Paki said this

or that N1gger honkey is this and that



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EastEnders viewers seriously distracted by Ash Kaur’s racist patient’s appearance – but can you spot why?

  • 10:50, 15 Oct 2021
  • Updated: 11:03, 15 Oct 2021

Fans of EastEnders were left stunned after the soap's resident nurse, Ash was subjected to a racist attack.

On Thursday's instalment of the show, viewers were taken aback by the older lady- for more reasons than one.

The patient vears a striking resemblance to Catherine Tate's nan

The patient vears a striking resemblance to Catherine Tate's nan

Ash was treating the patient as she hurled her abuse

Ash was treating the patient as she hurled her abuse

Ash Kaur came across a foul-mouthed patient while working in Walford's local hospital.

The patient made several rude remarks at the young nurse, declaring she did not want to be treated by her.

As Ash treated the patient as she suffered from shortness of breath, the older lady insisted that she wanted another doctor.

The woman continued on her tirade, stating: "I want someone from here,".

The nurse hit back at the racist remark, responding: "I am from here".

Ash seemed distraught as the dishevelled older lady stated: "I mean really from here,".

I'm sorry you don't think I'm from here?" she asked her as the woman replied: "I just want someone else.

Fans were disgusted by the older woman's racism on the show, with one Tweeting: "Racism should never be tolerated on any levels whatsoever especially in hospitals where the majority of GP's doctors and nurses are of ethnic background"


"Ash must get this every day during her job I feel for her.".

Other fans were distracted by the older woman's appearance, noticing her resemblance to a famous TV name- Catherine Tate's nan.

The foul-mouthed character, famously characterised by Tate with a signature greying wig and her trademark wrinkles.

One fan wrote: "That woman in the wheelchair looks like Catherine Tate as Nan! #Eastenders"

Another stated "I genuinely thought that old woman was Catherine Tate playing nan."

A third fan echoed "Wait - was that Catherine Tate dressed up as Nan?"

A fourth Twitter user joked "nice to see nan in Eastenders

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Racism in the US

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US police officer sues boss over KKK note

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A black police officer in the US state of Ohio has filed a discrimination complaint after allegedly receiving a racist note from a superior officer.

Officer Keith Pool made the complaint after video footage emerged of then-Sheffield Lake Police Chief Anthony Campo placing a note on his desk reading "Ku Klux Klan" (KKK) last June.

It is also alleged Mr Campo engaged in ongoing racist abuse against Mr Pool.

Mr Campo has since resigned and said his actions were "a joke".

Mr Pool, who became Sheffield Lake's first black officer in 2020, told reporters during a press conference on Thursday that his initial reaction had been one of shock, simply asking the then police chief: "Are you serious?"

"What else can you say to the chief of police, who had done something so heinous and so awful to the first black officer ever? It's not understandable," he said.

Lawyers for Keith Pool, 57, allege that Mr Campo's actions formed part of a pattern of racist behaviour.

They say this included wearing a pointy hat of the KKK - a white supremacist organisation - he made in front of colleagues, harassing Mr Pool on an "ongoing basis" and creating racially offensive images mocking him and another officer, "the only Latino officer in the division".

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