Thursday, 13 July 2017

Her black blubber quivers in indignation at the memory of Whitey talking back. The trauma! This is slavery all over again. Whitey's stinging words are like whip-cracks forcing her to toil in the fields for no pay! In the current year, in Britain, known for its values of openness, tolerance and ethnic self-abnegation, how can this verbal genocide be allowed to continue?
Theresa May has ordered an investigation into intimidation experienced by candidates during the last election after a barrage of complaints by MPs about death threats and harassment. 
The prime minister asked the committee on standards in public life to prepare a report, saying she was “horrified by stories from colleagues about the scale and nature of the intimidation, bullying and harassment they suffered during the general election”. 
Some MPs are demanding an end to anonymity online and calling for a new code of conduct for members of political parties, which will be considered by the watchdog as it prepares recommendations for No 10.