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Submitted by AWL on Thu, 13/06/2013 - 15:03

The police say that racism is a "significant line of inquiry". Given their record of letting racist murders go or downplaying the issue of racism I think we can say that means it's pretty significant.

Leaving aside whether anti-white "racism" can meaningfully be called "racism" in the same sense as white racism against black and Asian people, the fact is that anti-white attacks are incredibly rare. (And I don't think Islamist terrorist attacks - which are very rare too - are really "anti-white".) In contrast white racist attacks against black people happen all the time.

You seem to have somehow acquired the idea that we are apologists for Islamism. That couldn't be further from the truth. But let me ask you this: do you think bigotry against and attacks on Muslims are a serious problem to be fought or not?

Sacha

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