The European Football Championship is the second biggest tournament in the world. Maybe even more so than the full World Cup in that the latter, dominated by European teams anyway, has been ‘enriched’ by a swarm of useless Third World squads qualifying only via diversity quotas. Yet there’s been an absolutely staggering emphasis this time, not on football, rather on the terrible threat of racism at Euro 2012. It’s everywhere, all over the MSM, and black footballers are trotted out daily to express their fears of entering the lion’s den.
Even Irish fans were worried by a recent BBC Panorama programme which presented the Poles and Ukrainians as violent xenophobic thugs. Many Irish fans even contacted UEFA to check whether they’d be safe. And what did Panorama base their dire warnings on? Well, some racist graffiti, fans burning the flag of an opposing Polish club side, some symbols that, if you tried hard enough, could be seen as similar to a swastika, and a section of fans making monkey noises at a black player.
The ‘conservative’ Daily Mail breathlessly reported on their experience in this Heart of Darkness. Travelling around with a number of locally-based blacks they reported ‘hard looks’ from patrons when the blacks, local girlfriends in tow, entered a bar. Wow! Truly frightening. And apparently some bars took a long time to serve them. And……….? Well, that’s about it, really.
So…… we’ve had graffiti, club level flag burning (nothing to do with race), ‘hard looks’ in a bar and - imagine this - fans making rude noises. Nonetheless this prompted Sol Campbell, that renowned anthropologist and authority on Slavic culture, (pictured here with the obligatory blonde sperm bucket) to warn that black players and spectators were likely to ‘come back in coffins’. I kid you not. In today’s Independent Dion Fanning, as always impeccably tuned in to the zeitgeist, feared that the tournament would be ‘overshadowed by racism’. Again, I kid you not.
Now this is insanity of the highest order.
Or is it?
It seems to me that such a monstrous campaign of disinformation cannot have arisen by accident. The nearest equivalents are the prelude to the Iraq war, the Libyan adventure, and what’s going on now with Iran. I sincerely hope (I really do) that I’m not slipping into “ the Joos are to blame for everything” paranoia. But, with their control of the MSM, and the extent of the ‘unfinished business’ between them and the natives of Eastern Europe…..well, I just don’t know.
Suffice to say, what’s going on with this whole racism meme is beyond ridiculous. There’s something behind it. Because sure as hell it's not based on the facts.