Spot the Difference

Maid of Albion, September 10, 2012

British Paralympic medal winners.

British Olympic medal winners.

BBC report on the Olympic and Paralympic games.

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  • Oil Can Harry

    In other sports news, former white heavyweight champ Corrie Sanders died at the hands of South African “youths” while shielding his daughter from their bullets.
    http://tinyurl.com/98zbzjz

  • Tim_in_Indiana

    At first, I thought that most of the people in the first picture were nonwhite, but on zooming in, I see that they were photographed in shadow, and that most of them are, in fact, white. You wouldn’t know that from looking at the typical representatives in the promotional literature.

  • loyalwhitebriton

    Lovely to see lots of fit and healthy white Britons winning medals for the UK, whether abled or ‘dis’abled. Great stuff.

    • Eagle_Eyed

       Yeah you guys did very well this year.

    • anonymous_amren

      “Disabled” doesn’t have quotes around the “dis”. They are called “disabled” because they really do lack essential abilities. Let’s not go being politically correct here.

      • loyalwhitebriton

        I’m certainly not politically correct. I put commas around ‘dis’ out of respect for their outstanding achievements; at all other times I refer to disabled people without parenthesis, whether written or verbally implied. Besides, stop being picky. 

      • yeah.  And the whole point is that they overcame their disabilities to perform.  Political correctness ironically robs them of their victory.

  • Eagle_Eyed

    I was over in No. Ireland (which is still part of the UK) when the Olympics were on.  I was at the gym, watching the “British” guy pictured above who is actually Kenyan or Ethiopian as he won the 5,000 meter, and one of the locals said to his friend, “he doesn’t look British.”  Amen.

    • The ” Briton ” with his eyes a popping is Mo ( Mohahamad ) Farrah from Somalia.

  • When a country hosts an Olympics, the home team generally has a a medal bump.  In the case of Team GB and London 2012, I’m glad it was almost entirely at the hands of recognizable Britons.

  • Ulick

    The BBC is trying to condition the English to accept their multicultural future by giving far too much coverage to the few minorities who excel, and far too little coverage to the majority of minorities that are destroying the England.  We all know the script by now.

    • alas

      This is spot on, I live in the UK and I can report a recognizable increase in support for multiculti since the olympics, even amongst some friends of mine who I would never have thought. I don’t if it will last though…

  • Contrast and compare, A picture paints a thousand words.

    The Queen looking bored, fed up, miserable and disgusted at the cultural marxist propaganda opening  ceremony of the London Olympics.

    http://www.vanityfair.com/online/daily/2012/07/olympic-opening-ceremonies-recap

    The Queen at the Braemar Highland Games.

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2196974/Queen-Prince-Philip-pictured-time-Dukes-illness–doesnt-look-like-Harrys-naked-antics-worrying-cheer-spectators-Highland-Games.html

    • IstvanIN

      I’d love to know what she REALLY thinks.   Britain has no written constitution.  Wouldn’t it be great if Britain did and it gave the Queen certain, limited powers, to put the politicians in their place and protect her people?  A constitution that could only be amended by a 3/4 public referendum and not by Parliament?  All European countries should have monarchs.  Remember, the role of monarch is to protect their people and the people in turn support their sovereign.  It is called a balance of powers.  Right now Parliament holds all the cards.  If they don’t like something they make it illegal. 

      • written constitution?  She should come out and say what she thinks.  If she really is bored by multiculturalist propaganda, she could put an end to it by saying so.

    • Wow. First picture- she’s actually angry & disgusted. Second- happiness incarnated.

  • Defiant White

    “An appeaser is one who feeds a crocodile—hoping it will eat him last.”  Winston Churchill

  • newscomments70

    Check out Orania and their website. They have established a small but thriving Afrikaner homeland…which keeps growing. You can send donations if you wish. Also, you can email them to say hello. I have communicated with them in the past, they’re interesting people. They’re not a group of old white folks, sick and dying in the desert. They have a thriving, Christian, Afrikaner enviroment with large, young families. It is a place which is free of the scum and filth in the world. You can see photos and history on  the webiste. There are some interesting articles with photos about them in liberal media. The liberal media tried so hard to smear them, but they failed.

    • Invictus_1

       There was an extensive report from SA on that community over a year ago on Amren.  Apparently, even though they have set up an exclusive white, Afrikaner town, they are still compelled by their Christianity to go out on missions to the blacks and create vulnerability for the settlement through various religious based activities.  The report from SA noted the problems that Christianity caused for the communit7, but no one seems courageous enough to do what really needs to be done; finally remove the curse of that religion from white culture.

  • Commenter

    I saw the pic of our Olympic winners in the appalling lefty rag the Independent a few weeks back and delighted in a rough headcount which I calculated was actually whiter than the UK population at large.

    I also note  that the Paralympics team (a large slice of which is composed of army veterans of Blair’s disgusting neocon adventurist wars) is even more so, though I can’t claim to be happy at seeing fine young British men and women needlessly disfigured in this way.

    • They have their life before them, don’t worry. Sometimes, suffering enlarges a person’s life.