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A director Katharine Birbalsingh made a hit in “awakening culture” today because she “mercilessly attacked” black conservatives who “dare to think for themselves.”
Director Katharine Birbalsingh accuses “awakening cultural racism” for mercilessly attacking black conservatives who betray their “left-wing masters” by daring to think for themselves.
President Tony Sewell, Director Katharine Birbalsingh
President Tony Sewell, Director Katharine Birbalsingh, attacked those behind the abuse of racist reports, accusing “leftists” of promoting their own “cultural racism” by trying to silence opposing views.
It came after members of the government’s Racial Disparity Commission retaliated this week against “irresponsible and dangerous” criticism from politicians and public figures.
The committee members came under fire from critics who called the Commission’s latest study of racial and ethnic differences a “cover up” after it found no conclusive evidence of institutional racism in Britain.
However, they expressed concern about the abuses to which they were exposed during the debate.
The committee even highlighted a tweet by a Labor MP who had used an image of the Ku Klux Klan (KKK) in connection with the report.
A Cambridge University professor also sparked outrage on social media by telling the committee chairman Dr. Sewell that he is black, compared to Nazi propagandist Joseph Goebbels.
Now Ms Birbalsingh, founder and head of the London-based Free School Michaela Community School, has responded to attacks by black conservatives.
She said: “In our waking culture of 2021, it is still acceptable to ruthlessly attack black conservatives.
“They ‘betrayed’ their left masters by daring to think for themselves when to be grateful.
“THAT is institutionalized / cultural racism. And it is everywhere.
Her comments came in response to a tweet from another educator who also denounced the “mistreatment” directed against those behind the report.
Last week, the authors of the controversial report on racism in Britain welcomed a “heated debate” over the committee’s findings.