University of Cambridge’s Pembroke College is embroiled in a race row after its ‘Ethnic Minorities Officer’ Jason Osamede Okundaye called for violence against all white people.
“White people are all racist. White middle class, white working class, white men, white women, white gays, white children they can ALL geddit,” Okundaye tweeted to he is 3,000 followers.
His tweets came after Blacks rioted, attacked police and vandalised property in their Hackney community in response to the death of 20-year-old alleged drug dealer Rashan Jermaine Charles.
In a further tweet, he proclaimed that watching “middle-class white people despair over black people protesting in their colonised Dalston” was “delicious” before demanding that they all leave the ‘black area’.
Twitter accounts have been suspended for far less offensive announcements but in a classic case of ‘one law for them, another law for us’, Jason Osamede Okundaye’s twitter feed appears to still be live while only available to view by followers added at his discretion.
Cambridge University issued a typically apathetic response:
“The College is looking into this matter and will respond appropriately.”
Corbyn confidant and fellow black racist Diane Abbott, MP for Hackney and Shadow Home Secretary, wasted no time in also stoking the violence, even joining the Black Lives Matter rioters on the streets and proclaiming that their actions were fuelled by “understandable anger and upset.”
Abbott has a long record of playing identity politics to incite racial hatred against white people.
“White people love playing ‘divide & rule’. We should not play their game,” she stated in 2012.
In 2010, Abbott responded with another race related statement to critics calling out her flagrant hypocrisy for being a self-proclaimed socialist and outspoken advocate of the state schooling system while sending her son to an expensive grammar school.
Having previously described such a thing as “indefensible,” she failed to stave off criticism by pronouncing that “West Indian mums” were superior to others in putting the interests of their children first.
The government and authorities are permitting black racists to operate with impunity.
If racism in all its forms is so despicable – as the powers-that-be say it is – why then do they not take action against black racists?
They’ve made it crystal clear – it’s one law for them, another one for us!