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Thursday, 25 June 2009

One rule for us... by TITVS ADVXAS

BNP website screenshot is an article in The Daily Express in 2007

Another blatant cut n paste by me from The BNP main website

Trevor Phillips Called for Anti-White Hiring Policies in 2007

Trevor Phillips, head of the Equalities and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) which yesterday tried to launch a media smear against the British National Party, called in 2007 for private companies to have anti-white hiring policies.

On 24 April 2007, Mr Phillips told MPs that firms should be allowed to openly advertise for staff from specific ethnic minorities.

Yesterday, Mr Phillip’s EHRC tried to attack the BNP over its employment policies, which, it said, discriminated on the basis of ethnicity.

Mr Phillips told MPs that supermarkets should be able to say: “We would like to attract Asian staff.”

This would help employers to “reflect the balance” of the ethnic mix within rapidly-changing communities, Mr Phillips said.

“You cannot, for example, now in an area where the population profile has changed very rapidly over three years, say: ‘We would like to attract Asian staff’.

“I think that Tesco or Sainsbury’s or anybody else in the business of serving a local community would like to have the opportunity to do that.

“To some extent, the framework we have at the present time prevents you from doing that quickly - to respond to commercial needs.”

He said such a policy would “offer employers a flexibility that would let them carry out their basic functions more effectively.”

He also hoped the idea would be taken up by public-sector organisations like the police.

Yesterday, the EHRC claimed that the BNP should not be allowed to employ who it chooses and quite falsely claimed that the party has a clause in its constitution which makes such a provision.

It seems that Mr Phillips and his taxpayer funded anti-white agitator organisation have no problem with employers discriminating against whites and are clearly on a hypocritical politically motivated smear against the BNP.

Fortunately for indigenous British people, the time of these invaders being able to push the natives around has now gone. The BNP has a mandate from the electorate at the highest level to speak out on behalf of the indigenous British majority, and against the anti-white, anti-British bigotry of Leninist far leftists like Mr Phillips.

So that's it then. Do as I Say. Don't Do as I do. (Or as my grand daughter would say about Trevor Phillips 'DO-DO-DO -DOOS').

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