In one of the most blatant recent displays of anti-white racism, the UK Labour Party’s nonwhite candidate for London mayor has said that there are “too many white men” working for the city’s underground train service.
Any white person saying such a thing about nonwhites would most certainly be charged with “racial hatred,” but because it was said by a nonwhite about whites, there will be no consequences.
Speaking at a public meeting in the suburb of Brixton—which has been majority nonwhite since the 1970s—the Labour Party’s Sadiq Khan said that he would “reshape” the Transport for London (TfL) board—which runs the world-famous London Underground—if he was elected.
“It needs to better reflect London’s diversity in the interest of Londoners,” he said “Did you know there are sixteen people on the board of TfL?
“Thirteen of them are white men. Thirteen. Think about it. It only has three women on it. That’s less than one in five.”
He went on to say that the “needs” of women and nonwhites were being neglected on the London Underground, specifically referencing the dramatic rise in sexual assaults on that service.
As Khan said: “Women face specific challenges on our transport network that are not currently being addressed. I was appalled about the recent decision by British transport police to scrap the sexual violence unit. Reports of sexual offences on the London Underground almost tripled over the past five years. As mayor I will take these problems seriously.”
What Kahn failed to point out was that the rise in sexual assaults on the London Underground service has closely paralleled the demographic shift in London to a majority nonwhite population.
Khan, who was born in London, is the son of Muslim Pakistani immigrants who moved to Britain in 1969. He was elected Member of Parliament for the London constituency of Tooting in 2005.
He also served as Britain’s first ever Muslim cabinet minister in the last Labour Party government, and was selected as the Labour Party’s candidate in the mayoral election set for May 5, 2016.
He currently leads most opinion polls for the race, and is likely to be elected in the minority white city.