By Frank Kimbal Johnson
We have cause to be grateful for the (contemporary) BBC television programme exposing the appallingly low calibre of some police recruits.
The undercover reporter had obviously singled out the most uncouth and moronic specimens, focusing on the single issue of race. And [yet] the clear intention was to reinforce accusations of ‘institutional racism‘ against the police force as a whole.
Among the first reactions to the programme were horrified gasps from the Home Office and squeals of rage from the race relations industry while chief constablesbowed their heads and re-dedicated their careers to multi-racialism.
Henceforth, we were told, rigorous precautions must be taken to ensure that anyone prone to ‘racist’ thoughts is rejected at the earliest possible stage in…
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