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Black adviser quits UK government in wake of controversial racism report

Black adviser quits UK government in wake of controversial racism report

Samuel Kasumu, the senior-most Black adviser to Boris Johnson, the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom has resigned. Kasumu’s resignation comes one day after a report on racial disparities concluded that Britain does not have a systemic problem with racism. The government denied any link between the departure of Samuel Kasumu and the much-criticized report.

The Right Perspective
The Right Perspective 2 weeks

The report is not controversial and is only being criticized by the usual collection of race baiters who profit from a divided society.

Seekster 2 weeks

There is not systematically or structurally racist in the United States or in the United Kingdom. A person's race does not, and should not, limit them in any way in either country. The only way a person can be limited by their race in either country is if they view themselves as a helpless victim because of their race. Everyone needs to stop fixating on race and focus on addressing major problems like poverty and education.

Morbo 2 weeks

White boys are out performed by every other demographic in UK schools. When the left heard this they cheered, then complained the result was racist. Which is it? Also do they have any other card to play?

Montgomery 2 weeks

You cannot have equal opportunity and equal outcome. The act of pointing at unequal outcome as indicative of unequal opportunity has always beenudicris. Its cultural not racial Does the fact that most nba players are black indicate that there is a system to keep asians out of the game? Does the fact that 20% of medical school attendees are asian indicate that there is a system to keep Mexicans out of the field?

geckouni 2 weeks

Simon Woolley, a former equality and human rights commissioner, said the report did not answer why so many ethnic minorities suffer inequality in education, health, housing and employment. "To have published it any time in the last 20 years would have been seen as a whitewash," Woolley wrote in The Guardian newspaper. "To do so after the months of heartache and the awareness-raising of the past year is almost criminally negligent."

Angry_Face 2 weeks

Sadly report exposes what most of us know to be true, the demand for racism has long outstriped supply and the ideologues cannot accept that because without it they only have themselves to blame for their failures, God forbid they look introspectively 🙄

Deet 2 weeks

Stand strong UK. Dont let the woke mob get to you

Central Scrutinizer
Central Scrutinizer 2 weeks

Racism is uncalled for. May he never work again!

a commoner
a commoner 2 weeks

I don't understand what systemic racism is. Maybe if I understood what it was I could truly decide on it. Since opportunity is there for anyone who wants to work for it, I don't see anyone being repressed. But, I do have to say I am on the US side of "the pond" I don't think I can speak for Britain since I don't live there and am not educated on how their country operates. If they are comparable to the US then with my current perception about opportunity, their report is probably correct

Brayden 2 weeks

That is a lot of people

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