Thursday, 5 February 2009

Would it be racist to suggest.......

......that minorities are not very good at maths? Maybe so without evidence, so lets examine two stories from this week alone.

The Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) have finally reached a conclusion regarding the submitting of accounts and lack thereof from the National Black Policeman's Association. IPCC commissioner Naseem Malik was critical of several members of the IPCC for their 'lack of co-operation' which 'delayed her work'. She also found that several members had incurred personal expenditure against charity funds including some on a holiday in Zimbabwe! The commission concluded that there was 'insufficient evidence' to bring charges against any individual, but the Home Office have withdrawn their funding (The IPCC is a registered charity funded by the Home Office, i.e. Taxpayers cash).

The North Staffordshire Race Equality Commission, which recieves £1M of taxpayer money every year to 'combat racism' has been forced to shut down after collapsing under the weight of it's debts. It is not known exactly how much is owed to creditors, but the charities commission say they have received no accounts since February 2006 pertaining to the tax year 2004/2005 in which they showed profit of over £1M. Why nobody asked the question before now is anybodies guess, maybe they were worried they would be called racist for asking what they were doing with the money? The charities chief officer, director Vince Simpson, has been unavailable for comment. This issue was only brought to light because Stoke has 9 BNP councillors who questioned the lack of accounts and pressed for an investigation.

Two organisations supposed to 'ensure fair treatment of minorities' and 'combat racism' having dubious methods of accounting. We can either assume that they cannot add up or are corrupt. Whichever way you slice it, it doesn't look good. If you take into account the minorities who are currently under investigation for electoral fraud, dangerous driving, threatening the House of Lords and fraud, would it be racist to suggest they are unethical cheats who will resort to any methods, legal or otherwise to achieve their goals?

I really don't think it is.

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