For those who run their mouth and say:
“I am racist” because I stand against black children who aren’t mix to be fostered or cared by white family. I will not change that.
The reason why many black people wants relationship with white is because they think, the system of this country will treat them better than we who are only sticking to our own kind.
‘YOU ARE KILLING YOURSELF MORE’.
All my white female friends, I coach them on black men and their scams. Ofcourse they hardly believe me because of the cucumber but later find out that the dude always wants money; especially for their rent.
Why can’t they just move in with you, I always ask. That’s wrong. What I will not want a black man to do to me, I will not want it on another woman, irrespective of their race.
RACISM EXISTS IN UK.
It’s ashame for we who work with government to help are still ‘racially profiled’ but tell us when we speak up the way I speak ‘I’m racist’.
Since the 90s, I been a victim of racial profiling in the system but what slowly changed that is walking in truth and spirit.
Read for yourself:
Black Met Police inspector ‘racially harassed’ by officers
By Rianna Croxford Community affairs correspondent, BBC News
A senior black police inspector has complained of racial harassment to the Metropolitan Police after being stopped in his car by two white officers.
Insp Charles Ehikioya recorded the incident in which he said officers stopped him without justification as he drove home from work in south London.
He told the BBC it showed an “abuse of power” and he was speaking out in solidarity with the black community.
The Met said it found no evidence of misconduct.
The 55-year-old had been driving home after his shift on 23 May when he was followed for two miles by officers and stopped in Croydon, according to his complaint.
As one officer approached, Insp Ehikioya said he noticed he had not switched on his body-worn video and this was the reason he refused to leave his car.
He said he then started to record the incident for protection, at which point the officer turned on his camera.
In the recording, shared with BBC News, the officer said Insp Ehikioya was being stopped for driving at speed and it “looked like he had gone through a red light”.
The officer said he needed to see Insp Ehikioya’s driving licence and proof he was insured to drive the car, that the vehicle had not been stolen, and to check he was not drunk or had been using his phone.
He claimed Insp Ehikioya’s driving was “unusual”, which he strongly disputed, according to the recording.
Insp Ehikioya was then accused of being obstructive and the officer said his own behaviour had been perfectly reasonable, it can be heard.
“These were alleged offences that could have ended my whole career,” said Mr Ehikioya, who has worked for the Met Police for more than 22 years.
In his formal complaint, Insp Ehikioya wrote: “The officers did not believe or did not care that I was an officer, because I am black.
“They are both clearly racist police officers pretending to be polite whilst falsely accusing me without any evidence whatsoever of having committed serious criminal and road traffic act offences.”
After Insp Ehikioya informed them he was a serving police officer and later showed them his police badge, both officers left the scene.
The Met said Insp Ehikioya was not arrested, charged or cautioned for any offence in relation to the stop.
“I believed I was racially profiled and received no apology,” Insp Ehikioya added.
“I have kids and a grandson, I would not want them treated like this.”
The Met has come under increasing scrutiny since the wave of Black Lives Matter protests in the UK after the death of African-American George Floyd.
Last week, the Labour MP Dawn Butler called for a “system change” after she and a black male friend were stopped and pulled over in east London by two police cars.
In July, the British sprinter Bianca Williams received an apology from the Met Police after she and her partner were pulled over in their car for a stop-and-search in west London.
Lawrence Davies, of Equal Justice Solicitors who is representing Insp Ehikioya, said the incident showed the “extent of the current racism in the Metropolitan Police”.
“The conduct of a few embarrasses the vast majority of officers who are not racist but who, as a consequence of that conduct, have to work with very distrusting BAME communities,” he said.
The Met confirmed it had received an internal complaint from a driver who alleged they were stopped as a result of racial profiling and said an investigation was undertaken by the Professional Standards Unit.
In a statement, the Met said the vehicle was followed by officers through suspicion of excessive speed at a traffic signal and onward.
No action was taken against the man stopped and, after reviewing body-worn footage, no evidence of misconduct was found, it said.
The statement added: “Any allegation, whether external or internal, made concerning the conduct of our staff is taken extremely seriously.
“Where the conduct of staff is proven to have fallen below the standards of behaviour expected, we will take robust action to ensure that staff are appropriately disciplined and that lessons are learnt from each case.”
This is why I will keep speaking the truth. Being with a white person or having child with them, does not make you better than the rest who are sticking with their own.
Reason why I encourage people to stick to their own.
Until we can fix the issues we already have in our community, there’s no point running to the others for help because you do not know how they are as you never grew up with them.
United Kingdom operates in a spirit of truth. Walk in truth and spirit, that’s how you will conquer the rasist one because not all are like that.
The ones that are good walk in truth and not lies and that goes to all race.
As long as you are walking in truth, you will only connect with people like you.
That’s how I stopped attracting rasist folks in my life.
I am only surrounded now by the white people who are honest. I like that and I build a friendship with them.
We can only stop racism by walking in truth and spirit.