A controversial analysis of the Stephen Lawrence case by Jay Knott (11/10/13) ⇌ (The race card)
Stephen Lawrence was a black London teenager. He was murdered in 1993 by a gang of white criminals, shouting racial insults. It took twenty years for the legal system to convict his murderers.
The law's delay led to the widespread belief that it was because of "institutional racism". In contrast, this brave investigation, "Racist Murder and Pressure Group Politics", questions the consensus view, and argues that the initial failure to prosecute was simply the result of lack of evidence:
Lawrence's murder led the government to set up the Macpherson enquiry, which defined a racial incident as "any incident which is perceived to be racist by the victim or any other person". This gives complete freedom to anyone to define anyone else as a racist: http://spiked-online.com/newsite/article/13127.
The Mcpherson report used the familiar circular reasoning of Zionists and the p.c. left: "To question whether the murder of Stephen Lawrence was a purely racist crime was, in itself, adduced as evidence of racism." - Racist Murder and Pressure Group Politics, page xix.
This is the same logic used to attempt to censor any discusssion of the Holocaust, or less extreme examples of violence against minorities. It's the same logic that made it hard to question whether Tawana Brawley, Crystal Magnum, and various other minority pseudo-victims were telling the truth. It's the logic that led to the prosecution of George Zimmerman. It's the false idea that white societies like Britain and America are uniquely prone to racial supremacy, and have to spend the rest of eternity apologizing for it. It leads to the idea that the plaintiff, not the defendant, should be given the benefit of the doubt when the plaintiff is black. This would mean abandoning one of the basic principles of Anglo-Saxon law.
Jury unexpectedly exonerates police whose killing of Mark Duggan led to Tottenham riots in 2011
by Jay Knott:
A violent incident in the UK is recorded as 'racist' if the victim believes that's what it is
by Jay Knott:
"Humberside police said later the incident had been logged as a racist attack because the victim perceived it to be."
This particular case may well...