Even if it is argued that there are Mainland Chinese students in the UK (which there undoubtedly are), Whitehall is entirely wrong to cast a Japanese actress (Kae Alexander) in the role of Jing Hua, when there are many fine and capable British born Chinese actresses to choice from.
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.
This rhetoric, aligning itself with the far-right, explains the tens of thousands of disability deaths relating to the Tory (and LibDems) ‘Austerity’ measures since 2010, as arising from the presence of ‘migrants’ in the UK. This distorted and fascistic thinking imagines that benefits and medical services have been withdrawn from the disability community and re-diverted to migrant communities, and suggests that disabled people should ‘unite’ with the far-right and participate in attacks upon these migrant communities.
Polish people may well be from another country, but their European ethnicity runs the UK – albeit in its distinct British form. I condemn any and all crimes against Polish people, but do not believe that they are the victims of post-Brexit ‘racism’ in the manner that Black, Asian and Chinese people in the UK are (a subject the British media is quiet about). To the British media it seems that hate-filled prejudice is only reportable if white people are suffering it.
There is no such thing as inverse racism or anti-white racism, there is only Eurocentric racism and its historical application across the world.
Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels founded the First International Workingmen’s Association in the UK that lasted from 1864-1876. Marx eventually dissolved this movement because he