Monday, 28 June 2010

There ARE different races AND they do have different cultures

A councillor has been found guilty of racial harassment after she called a political opponent a "coconut".
Liberal Democrat Shirley Brown called Asian Conservative Jay Jethwa a "coconut" during a debate at Bristol City Council in February 2009.

District Judge Simon Cooper, sitting at Bristol Magistrates' Court, told Brown: "You made a mistake this time. You have to accept responsibility."
He gave Brown a 12-month conditional discharge.
 She was also ordered to pay £620 costs, following the trial on Monday.

The term coconut has been used to accuse someone of betraying their race or culture by implying that, like a coconut, they are brown on the outside but white on the inside. 

Brown, who is black, had pleaded not guilty to the charge.
The councillor, who represents the Ashley ward of the city, has faced calls to step down from the council.

So it seems that councillor Shirley Brown has no interest in the white race or its problems, and has no interest and does not consider herself part of English culture. Infact she will call any nonwhite person who does ignore race and who does embrace English culture as their own 'a coconut'.

Where are the EHRC or Trevor Phillips when you need them? oh yes, they are busy taking the only political party who do stand up for the white race and who do want to preserve and nurture English culture to court for doing exactley these things.

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