Labour’s political Black Slavery
Something striking is happening in the British political scene. Traditionally, the Labour Party was associated with Black communities but this is no longer the case and more and more people of African descent are choosing to support other political parties other than Labour.
Why is this happening? As more and more Black communities become aware of the real significance of Flood Immigration and of the expansion of the European Union, they are waking up to the fact that the Labour Party used them when it was convenient to do so. Eastern Europeans – mainly Poles – are becoming a force to be reckoned with in areas where communities of African descent used to thrive and this is bound to have fundamental political consequences in the near future.
There are demographic factors and financial factors but religious issues should not be underestimated. Black communities with very strong Christian values openly reject Labours views on sexuality. Views on sexuality and the role of sexuality in the community have divided the Anglican Church since the Anglican Church in Britain supports homosexuality and acts against fundamental religious principles while the Anglican Church in Africa is a bastion of Christianity.
The possibility of having a Black Pope of African descent could lead to a more militant Catholic Church that would attract more disillusioned Anglicans that find that they can no longer support the leadership of the Anglican Church in Britain.