NPC meme – satirising the ‘leftie intellectuals’ who celebrate diversity by all parroting the same left wing propaganda
A few weeks ago The Bank of England announced it will be issuing a new £50 note. The new note will be coated in plastic like our current £5, £10 and £20 notes, for better durability and, it is claimed, lower money laundering opportunities (although this in nonsense, it is no different in that respect to the current paper note, and of course electronic money is a far safer bet for money launderers if they are a bit tech savvy.) The current £50 note features Matthew Boulton and James Watt, industrial revolution figures who developed a commercially viable steam engine in the 1700s (they didn’t actually invent the first steam engine, that was Thomas Newcomen in 1712 but his design was por and inefficient,) and engineered many machines that used steam power in industrial processes.
Suggestions of who will feature on the new £50 will be put forward by the public. What could possibly go wrong? Anyone remember when the public were asked to name a new polar exploration research ship and the most popular suggestion was Boaty McBoatface? So who should go on the new £50 note? Cue the suggestions of unheard of Black scientists, Muslim doctors and Shamanistic Animist mathematicians. The University brainwashed NPCs will go for any name the leftist propaganda machine throws up.
And why not? The boatloads of scientists and entrepreneurs that wash up on our our shores on a weekly basis hoping to culturally enrich undr age girls and take up professions related to the science of claiming banefits have help us enormously in our efforts to advance science and technology. Of course, the British Government could never make such a suggestion themselves, but if they pass it over to the public to decide, well hey, we chose it ourselves, right?
It took mainstream media just one day to jump on the bandwagon, promoting the claims of compete nonentities on the basis of skin colour and religious affiliation rather than metic.
The Daily Mail, who many oddly label as a “right wing extremist newspaper”, promoted the idea of having Noor Inayat Khan on the note. Khan was a female, Indian, Muslim Nazi fighter. The only thing that surprises me at this stage is that she didn’t have a previous lesbian, pansexual relationship too. The Independent promoted the suggestion of Mary Seacole; a mixed-race woman from Jamaica who was a nurse and businesswoman during the Crimean War. Labour MP, Wes Streeting, suggested Nelson Mandela. The fact that none of these people are British seems a completely overlooked fact.
Would any of these been suggested had they been born white? They may have but pigs might fly too. Why does it matter? Those of us who find the whole thing stupid and point out there is no good reason why the current occupants should not remain on the note. we will no doubt be assailed by “gammon”-shouting NPCs claiming we can’t stand the thought of that eminent scientist ummm* being on a banknote because we don’t like the look of brown people. Their myopic way of inventing a race issue is belief that who is on the £50 note is the actual issue here. The £50 note is almost irrelevant, how many of us know without looking it up who is on any banknote (apart from The Queen.) While these people see a single, harmless matter and easily categorise any criticism of it as racism, we see the bigger picture. We understand why this is being done, we understand who is doing it, and we understand where this is heading.
Official figures show that Britain was 87% “White British” at the time of our last census in 2011, there are huge tracts of the country away from the big cities where brown faces are still a rarity. This, according to those who demand absolute equality in all things means, apparently, that we should have around 13% of people in government, on TV, in the professions and in every walk of life to be non-White too. If calls for racial equality are anything more than political guilt tripping, the results must reflect the true demographics of our country. The British are expected to become a minority in our own country by the year 2066, and then Parliament and our TV shows will have to be 51% non-White to continue reflecting the demographics of our country.
But even if that happens, it still would not mean somebody who camaigners claim was “The first black chemistry teacher at Manchester Grammar School” has stronger claims to be put on the £50 note that, for example, Joseph Priestly, Michael Farrady, Alan Turing, Ernest Rutherford, Frank Whittle or Francis Crick (whose DNA discoveries were made in collaboration with an American biologist. This determination among the university brainwashed supporters of cultural Marxism, to big up the minor achievements of people who can claim minority status is purely political and is intended to disrupt and divide society.
*I looked for prominent black or Asian British scientists but had never heard of any that appeared in the search results and also discovered of those listed, the main achievement claimed for them usually began with the words, “The first black person to …” or “The first British Asian to …”