BBC’s Oily Amroliwala Lets BLM Bias Run Riot!

I do try not to binge on the toxins that emanate from the BBC/TFPC..


…but without the flame of wrath incessantly kindled by the gross misuse of public funds by The Maitlis…


.The Maitlis


…and the rest of the coven –TFPC Tarts, Not All Ugly As Emma, But Just As Biased! – to bend public opinion ever leftwards, my output would be a gentle rivulet.

Ten minutes of Auntie’s poison and I’m beside myself!

Last Monday, en route to the bedroom, it seemed prudent to check the news.

And there was that leftist twat Matthew Amromiwala prattling about schools!


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Matthew Amroliwala

What a nightmare of bias he was presenting.

Some thousands of BLM rabble rats have allegedly signed a petition demanding the UK impose even more indoctrination in British schools, COMPULSORY ‘black education’ for all children.

What absolute bollix!

So Amromiwolo had two guests on, one to support the monstrous nonsense, one to argue against it?



Hahahahahaa….balanced debate?


As if!

Two guests, indeed, but one was a strident American woman, from Loyola University, wherever that is, saying that Black History Month, in the USA, was all very well, but had to be expanded to the whole curriculum all year long….

( no ‘white history month,’ naturally)….

…..and the other, a teacher from an English school, much less strident, but near enough as partisan a fan of the nonsense.

And so, clearly, was Wolo The Wally!

At no point did he do what a serious journalist should do, challenge the self-righteous ranter or her equally self-righteous sotto voce English Little Miss Echo!

We have long seen schooling in the UK perverted into a transmission belt for particular ideologies…


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…so it should come as no surprise that there’s now an overt BLM strategy – I’d say conspiracy but it’s totally bare-faced – to impose indoctrination on British children, to replace pride in British heroes with embarrassment, shame, even, at the country’s historic achievements.

And it’s started!

The Enemy Within education, numbering ‘thousands,’ we learn, ‘are logging on’ to a website run by a fanatic named Lavinya Stennett, ‘the founder of The Black Curriculum, ‘ which ‘details the implicit racial bias of the curriculum..’

From 1,500 not long ago, ‘that number had ballooned to 80,000…


We know there are Un-British  – Anti-British – teachers galore, worms crawling around UK class-rooms…

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….and they will jump at the chance to twist ‘black history’ into BLM propaganda session, lying to children about cultural marxist chimeras like ‘white privilege’ and non-existent boogey-man blarney like ‘systemic racism.’

The Guardian report takes a side-swipe at the existing English national curriculum, which, ‘drastically redesigned by Michael Gove and Dominic Cummings during the former’s tenure as secretary for education, controversially celebrated the achievements of the empire…’

Damn right.


Brits want, and should want, and deserve to have, their kids to be instilled with national pride, not pinko hang-ups!


The Black Curriculum is demanding that the education secretary, Gavin Williamson, makes black histories mandatory in the national curriculum. Those deluging them with requests clearly agree.

Worryingly, the Department for Education is into double-talk, telling the BBC that “teachers can include black voices and history as a natural part of lessons in all subjects…”

….which sounds fair enough, if a black person said or did something positive, as indeed many did…

British propaganda poster from the Second World War, part of a series depicting service personnel from the colonial empire. This one features a soldier of the Royal West African Frontier Force. The names of the colonies appear on either side.

 Second World War, King’s West African Rifles

….for example, serving the King-Emperor, often valiantly, in many a battle.

But in fact the full quote carries it a lot further, not just ‘black voices’ but ‘black history.’

And then – “Black history is an important topic which schools can teach to children of all ages as part of the history curriculum.

Gimme a break!

Until the 20th century, black people, even if we include non-black people, like brown people, were a tiny proportion of the population of the British Isles, so ‘black history’ in a British curriculum is a non-starter.


Will this be put into effect, with the eager complicity of the Johnson Government, which has conducted itself so pitifully so far?