March 11, 2014
Here you have a BBC show called “Question Time,” where the audience is supposed to be allowed to voice their opinions to a panel of alleged experts. A woman from the audience brings up the issue of immigration, stating that she feels she is now living in an alien world in her own neighborhood, due to the mass influx of Third World hordes.
Amanda Platell, a White (possibly Jew) columnist for the Daily Mail, then compares her own story of immigration from Australia, apparently expecting the audience to be so dense as to imagine that a White immigrant from a developed White country has some relation to a Third World immigrant.
An Englishman from the audience then explains that he has no job and no home while free everything is being given out to the invading hordes. Quickly, a definite Jew from the panel, David Aaronovitch, a columnist from the Times, begins accusing him of being a “racist” while claiming he is not doing that.
He says that it is only his perception that he cannot get a job and does not have a place to live. This is a favorite polemic maneuver of the Jew: when someone points out an objective fact, even, such as here, a fact of his own personal life, the Jew will claim that the fact is not a fact but a perception based on personal bias. “It is only your hateful racism which makes you believe you are homeless and jobless, gojim,” sayeth the Jew.
The audience, which is filled with subhuman invaders, then begins to cheer the Jew for shouting down a broken man who only seeks to have a normal life, but has been destroyed by the Jewish invasion system.
Here we see clearly the Jew is indeed the greatest ally of the hordes, and they to him.
The Whites in the audience are no-doubt from the middle and upper classes, and thus have no understanding or care for the plight of the working British. They simply want to feel good about themselves for embracing the feel-good propaganda which says displacing and destroying the British people is the greatest ever idea.