I have always been vaguely aware of Gypsies, Roma, Travellers and Didikais (people of Irish-Roma mixed ethnicity), as my family has been friends with members
The notion of disability ‘Civil Rights’ was used by Tony Blair to attract the disabled vote for the ‘New’ Labour victory, but when he backtracked and disabled protestors ‘chained’ themselves to railings outside Downing Street (and elsewhere) – Tony Blair unleashed the police upon them.
The point is that moving ‘away’ from bourgeois bigotry is generally viewed by the left as a good thing, and the encouragement of bigotry a bad thing. It is not ‘wrong’ to be more tolerant and better educated – as this rightwing snippet would have you believe.
When faced with this wall of cultural exclusion, the non-White mothers are ‘forced’ to form a group of their own for safety and security, well aware that neither they (nor their children) are considered ‘equal’ by the White majority mothers (the White mothers falsely view this behaviour as being a product of the non-White mothers not being willing to ‘mix’).
Where are the missing Chinese people of the UK? Well, there are hundreds of thousands British born Chinese people living in the UK whose parents or grandparents cane from the British colony of Hong Kong. This number is augmented by probably a million ore mainland Chinese students who attend British universities – and others who are employed in UK business. During WWI, thousands of Chinese men were conscripted into the British Army to work as unarmed labourers on the frontline in France.
‘The label of ‘invalidity’ is as unjust, as it is immoral. It has no basis in fact, and is the Bourgeois expression of immense ignorance, developed through greed and avarice. Disabled workers, although subject to the immense pressures of social constraints, should, where possible, educate themselves beyond the Bourgeois cul-de-sac of illogicality that defines their life situation.’