Just as we try to cut down our ‘carbon footprint’ these days and try to keep ourselves – as much as possible – ‘carbon-neutral’, so I think it is time we did the same thing to challenge our racial prejudices. So here it is, especially for my British friends, your quick guide to being ‘Racial-neutral’ made so easy even members of the English Defence League should be able to follow it.
How to have a Racial-Neutral Footprint (RNF)
To begin with, take 100 friends or people you come into contact with regularly (EDL supporters can make it 50 if you can’t find that many – just halve or quarter the numbers below). Here’s what you should have if you have an RNF.
- 19 friends must be Chinese
- 17 will be Indian
- 4 must be American (no really – go find them…)
- 3 will be Indonesian
- 3 will be Brazilian
- 3 will be from Pakistan
- 2 must be Nigerian (preferably the ones who have all those millions locked up in a Nigerian Trust and just need your bank account details to be able to access it and give you a share for your kind help)
- 2 will be Bangladeshis (yay!)
- 2 will be Russian (make sure they come with vodka)
- 2 from Japan
- 2 from Mexico
- Then 1 each from: Vietnam, Philippines, Ethiopia, Egypt, Germany, Iran, Turkey, Congo, Thailand and (sorry Brit friends, it’s true) France.
Now get this – if you have just one British friend you already have too many! Get rid of the rest, right now. Go on. Throw them out – you don’t need them. That leaves 30 friends to split up among the remaining 220 countries or states recognized by Wikipedia here.
I hope this helps you to develop your own RNFs. Good luck with living a racially-balanced lifestyle.
While none of us are likely to have quite this kind of ratio of friends and acquaintances, is does throw up just how out of sync those of us from the predominantly ‘white’ developed word really are.
According to Wikipedia, the number of White people in the UK today is around 45 million. The number of Asians is approximately 4 million and Blacks nearly 2 million. Altogether just 15% of the population is ‘non-white’. It is easy to perceive that most of the white population doesn’t have to interact with people who may seem ‘significantly different’. In fact, the only real interaction most Whites have is through the news media full of the ‘evils of immigration’. No wonder racist views prosper!
Bizarrely, I have come across far too many British Asians who tell me immigrants from their own background cultures are ‘dirty’, ‘stupid’ and ‘thieves and cheats’. This, for me, is the most damning indication of the sickness in the country. It seems it takes just a single generation of living in Britain to believe the same lies.
Everything changes, I believe, when we take a global view of things. The British themselves know they have an ‘island mentality’ about these things, but with the proliferation of the internet there really is no excuse any longer to hold on to such irrational fears. We can and do communicate, trade and build relationships with people from all over the world – why do we persist in thinking “not in our own backyard”?
We can’t ignore the ‘Global Village’ any longer. While most Brits live in largely ‘whites only’ world, I’m sitting in Asia where 60% of the world’s population live. Most Brits do realize, cerebrally at least, that this is true but consider Asia so far away and insignificant that it doesn’t really affect them.
But it does matter.
After the States, China and Japan have the second and third largest economies in the world. India comes in ninth or tenth depending on whose statistics you use but this is rapidly growing – as are the economies of other Indian subcontinent countries – and I seem to recall at one point India surpassed Britain economically though I can’t currently locate the report. Taken as a whole, Asia is arguably the most important economy in the world.
Frankly, Britain can’t afford to hold its deeply ingrained beliefs of moral and cultural superiority. Instead it needs to see itself as a global player. That seems an odd thing to say considering it has the seventh largest economy in the world but there is all the difference between being a player and a leader. When you are a global leader you can afford to be pretty ignorant of those beneath you; you can’t when you’re a team player. I am certain that in the next few decades economic power will shift heavily ‘to the right’ globally. The British should learn from the mistakes of the past. We tried to keep Asia as friends after decades of abuse as masters and it was too little, too late. We don’t want to do the same now as the West slowly gives up its pseudo-colonial grip on the world economy.
Otherwise, our 30+ foreign friends are swiftly going to find us irrelevant and unwanted – pretty much like the EDL now actually.
- “Whites Shouldn’t be Forced to Live Among Non-Whites” (henrymakow.com)
- It’s (still) the racism, stupid: political science weighs in on racial resentment and the government shutdown (washingtonmonthly.com)