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Britain's Race & Ethnic Disparities Commission Report: 'No Evidence of Institutional Racism'

In a report that has the left astounded and upset as it doesn't fit their narrative, Britain's Commission on Ethnic Disparities has released a report to confirm that the United Kingdom is NOT institutionally racist and therefore is not rigged against ethnic minorities.

The key findings were:

  • Children from ethnic-minority communities did as well as or better than white students in compulsory education, with black Caribbean students being the only group to perform less well.

  • This success in education has "transformed British society over the last 50 years into one offering far greater opportunities for all."

  • The pay gap between all ethnic minorities and the white majority population had shrunk to 2.3% overall and was barely significant for employees under 30

  • Diversity has increased in professions such as law and medicine.

Despite organizations such as Black Lives Matter pushing out divisive rhetoric against Britain by claiming it's a "racist country" with "deep roots" of structural racism, the bombshell report concluded that these claims of "institutional racism" have officially been debunked.

In June 2020, CNN ran a headline titled "Most Black British people think the Conservative Party is institutionally racist, CNN poll finds." The poll claimed that 58% of black Britons believe that the United Kingdom's conservative party is "institutionally racist. " Oddly enough, this can't be any further from the truth considering that Britain's conservative party is to date the most inclusive and diverse political party in Britain's history and has a historic number of women, ethnic minorities, and LGBTW members.

The report also added that "Britain's success in removing race-based disparity in education and, to a lesser extent, the economy, should be regarded as a model for other white-majority countries."

After extensive proof that Britain is a tolerant, welcoming society to all cultures, faiths, and races, some outlets and left-wing race hustlers claimed that the report "does not reflect the lives of minority Britons."

Dr. Halima Begum, an executive of the Runnymede Trust, a race equality think tank, expressed she is "deeply, massively let down" by the report and still believes the country is "institutionally racist." When asked to further elaborate on her views, she replied, "Institutionally, we are still racist, and for a government-appointed commission to look into (institutional) racism, to deny its existence is deeply, deeply worrying."

Professional race-baiter and a professor of Black studies at Birmingham city university Kehinde Andrews said - " It's complete nonsense. It goes in the face of all the actual existing evidence. This is not a genuine effort to understand racism in Britain. This is a PR move to pretend the problem doesn't exist."

Chairman Tony Sewell carried out the report. Sewell was born in Brixton London, with parents of Jamaican descent; his team of 6, including himself that worked on the report, are all non-white.

To conclude, this report doesn't mean that racism doesn't exist within British society; however, it disproves the claim that structural, institutional racism exists within Britain. While the "impediments and disparities do exist," they were " varied and ironically very few of them are directly to do with racism." The report found that factors such as geography, family influence, socioeconomic background, culture, and religion had a " more significant impact on life chances than the existence of racism."

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About the Author:

Lewis Brackpool is a Right-Wing political commentator, YouTuber, Co-host on the podcast "A Pint of Interest," and freedom of speech activist from England in Great Britain.

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