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  1. Who are the mods on here? Your comments are bang out of order.
  2. Thank you for your three posts (bit obsessive), not sure why you feel so triggered by my accounts of racism that you need to expose your bigoted views? If racism is "barely an issue as you say", why do I still have to explain to my children that the reason they are treated differently is because of the colour of their skin? Or the fact that almost every week there is an article of some footballer being racially abused? Judging by your posts, you seem very insecure, I hope you get the help that you need. Feel free to reach out if you want any support on these issues, despite your obvi
  3. Claims are bollocks? I'm sorry, so every experience I've had myself of racism doesn't exist? As an ethnic minority, I experience racism far too often, in all walks of life, including watchinh Saints (yes, from our own fans). Every time I've had to deal with my children in tears because they've been racially abused is "laughable" is it? Like the time where, just 3 weeks ago, I had to explain to my 8-year-old that people don't see him as "English" because he has brown skin, despite him having to go back 6 generations before he can find someone on his ancestry that was born abroad.
  4. No, it seems you are and you are now desperately trying to deflect. I'm intrigued, how can you claim the UK isn't institutionally racist, when almost all entities that make up society admit they are institutionally racist? Add on top of that, a racist Prime Minister and a horrifically racist immigration policy
  5. So you admit that the bast majority of establishments are institutionally racist, but yet the country isn't? Is this your latest desperate attempt to avoid the real issue here. It's people like you which are part of the problem.
  6. Even though those organisations have admitted their institutional racism themselves, you're still pushing this line. Why are you so insecure about admitting racism exists? 🤡
  7. Police: https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2015/jun/05/met-chief-admits-institutional-racism-claims-have-some-justification Education: https://www.theguardian.com/education/2021/apr/28/uk-universities-are-institutionally-racist-says-leading-vice-chancellor NHS: https://www.independent.co.uk/news/health/nhs-health-racism-commission-uk-b1825705.html CPS: https://www.theguardian.com/uk/2001/jul/26/race.world2 Housing: https://www.insidehousing.co.uk/news/news/charity-that-helped-grenfell-victims-admits-institutional-racism--68997 Prison Service: https://www.independent.c
  8. Wondered how long it would be before someone with absolutely no experience of racism claims that Britain isn't institutionally racist, despite almost every institution acknowledging that they are
  9. We may never stop it, but we can reduce it, and we, as a society, need to work towards making discrimination as low as possible. Whilst there may be some truth in the over-exaggeration of overt racism, it needs to be to act as a deterrent to others to think about their actions, as seen in many criminal cases. Don't focus solely on people putting horrific emojis on Instagram as the sole problem this country has with race (or other forms of discrimination for that matter). Those people won't be fixed, but the systems that are in place that subject people to institutional racism (amongs
  10. So how do we stop racist or bias behaviour if we don't challenge it?
  11. It's fairly obvious who is being exposed as having unconscious bias. They are more often than not, positive, or at least the outcomes are after an initial difficult conversation.
  12. Racists won't always be racist, it's a learnt behaviour and can be changed. The fact many of them won't want to change, or the fact many people have subconscious bias that they don't want to admit or consider is the bigger problem. It's not the kneeling, it's the conversations that it's promoting elsewhere in walks of life.
  13. It's promoting conversation about race and exposing those who clearly feel uncomfortable with certain behaviours being challenged
  14. So you haven't got one then, thanks for clarifying.
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