RACE-BAITING Labour MP Dawn Butler has once again been slammed for posting intentionally divisive and bigoted claims on social media, this time inferring that ‘white people’ are using members of the BAME community who agree with them as justification for ‘racially regressive views’.
Butler, who was recently exposed by VoteWatch as having spread Covid conspiracies, claiming that ‘black people have been experimented on’, issued the heated rant following MP Kemi Badenoch’s address to Parliament on abuse received since the release of the race report.
Speaking in the Commons, Kemi Badenoch condemned racial slurs used by black left-wing activists, who have actively been trying to discredit and demonise fellow black Brits who disagree with their anti-white narrative or misrepresentation of the country as being “systemically racist”.
“It is wrong to accuse those who argue for a different approach as being ‘racism deniers’, or ‘race traitors’, Badenoch said. ‘It is even more irresponsible – dangerously so – to call ethnic minority people racial slurs like ‘Uncle Toms’, ‘Cocunuts’, house slave, or house negros, for daring to think differently.”
Last month, VoteWatch exclusively revealed that, following our complaint and investigation, Leeds Beckett University had severed ties with racist teacher Aysha Khanom after she called commentator Calvin Robinson a ‘house negro’. VoteWatch currently has another complaint against Khanom being investigated by the board of Governors at Manchester Academy.
Snapping back at Badenoch’s statement, Dawn Butler rose in the House of Commons to claim that her words were nothing more than ‘gaslighting’, before describing the authors of the race report as ‘racial gatekeepers’ and essentially displaying racism herself by insinuating that all black people should hold the same views and political ideologies.
Smugly elaborating on Twitter after being widely condemned for her slurs against black commentators, the Labour backbencher once again made vile stereotypes, focussing solely on white people as being the spreaders of racism, and accusing black commentators of essentially aiding them.
Butler’s rant, and Badenoch’s strong response, can be watched in full below: