This 18 February 2019 video from Britain says about itself:
Angela Smith appears to describe people with ‘funny tinge’ in racism debate
Ex-Labour MP sparks immediate racism row on launch day of her political organisation, the Independent Group, while appearing on BBC’s Politics Live.
After self-styled Thatcherite Conservative politicians joined the Blairite ex-Labourites, the new name of the Independent Group became Change UK.
By Phil Miller in Britain:
Thursday, April 25, 2019
Change UK candidate ‘scared’ of black women
JEREMY CORBYN’S opponents were in meltdown last night after a second Change UK candidate was forced to resign for saying “black women scare me” and a third was found to have been repeating Islamophobic slurs.
Joseph Russo was the second Change UK candidate in 24 hours to be dropped for making racist remarks, while Nora Mulready was facing censure by the Muslim Council of Britain as the Star went to press.
The gaffe-prone breakaway party was originally formed by Labour MPs who defected over what they said was “racism” within the Labour Party under Jeremy Corbyn.
But Change UK’s own anti-racist credentials were dealt a fresh blow yesterday when its top Euro election candidate for Scotland was revealed to have made insulting remarks about black women.
Mr Russo stood down after one of his tweets emerged that said: “Black women scare me.
“I put this down to being chased through Amsterdam by a crazy black whore.”
In another tweet, he posted: “I wonder if there’s a c**t/anchovy correlation. One smells like the other.”
Ms Mulready meanwhile, who was slected as Change UK’s London candidate after she quit Labour for being too “anti-imperialist hard left,” spent her time in 2018 arguing that “immigration brings with it some very regressive cultural values” and suggesting [racist thug] Tommy Robinson had “hit [a] societal nerve.”
Astonishingly for someone intending to represent a city with a 12.4 per cent Muslim population, she also argued that fundamentalist Islam is inextricable from the Muslim faith, saying it was “a fallacy that Islamism has nothing to do with Islam” and fundamentalism could be “Koranically justified”.
Labour’s Neil Findlay, who is MSP for Lothian, told the Morning Star: “Clearly there’s a very worrying pattern emerging of TIG [Change UK] endorsing individuals with racist views.
“They were meant to ‘change’ politics but based on these remarks it looks like all they are doing is pushing it into the gutter.”
On Tuesday, just hours after the party’s Euro election launch, another of their candidates stood down over a racist tweet.
Professional boxer [and ex-Conservative party member] Ali Sadjady was caught saying: “When I hear 70 per cent of pick pockets caught on the London Underground are Romanian it kind of makes me want Brexit.”
Racism has dogged the party since its inception as The Independent Group in February when one of its MPs, Angela Smith, sparked uproar on day one, saying black people had a “funny tinge” in a discussion about racism.
She later claimed to have “misspoke”.
In response to the latest racism revelations, David Rosenberg from the Jewish Socialists’ Group said: “Several former Labour MPs cited Labour’s alleged anti-semitism as the reason they were leaving to form a new party.
“It’s a bit rich given that their new party has already faced such embarrassment over racism.
“On their launch day they had the ‘funny tinge’ comments.
“And from those who shouted loudest making allegations of anti-semitism, all we get now is silence when it comes to their own party.”
Trade unionist Liam Young also slammed the party, saying on Twitter: “The former Labour MPs who resigned calling Corbyn a racist should be damned for the disgrace that they are.
“Roll on an election so we can consign them to the dustbin of history.”
Thursday, 25 April 2019: Tory racist attack on foreign students ‘bigger scandal than Windrush’. 34,000 FOREIGN students have had their visas cancelled and over 1,000 have been kicked out of the country as a result of the racist ‘hostile environment’ regime imposed by Theresa May while she was Home Secretary in 2014. When the scandal of the Windrush generation broke last year, charities that deal with immigration disputes warned that Windrush was just the tip of the iceberg and now it is emerging that even more foreign students have been subjected to the racist policies pursued vigorously by May and the Tories: here.
Why Change UK loves war. SYMON HILL exposes the ‘moderate’ party’s blood-soaked militarist voting record.