Friday, 1 August 2014

This is not just Positive Discrimination. This is racism and exclusion

£2,500 grant to deny young white Brits a career

We received the following correspondence regarding a very important issue. As we know Positive Discrimination has been implemented in the United Kingdom and it is actively promoted across the public sector and in the private sector. Having said, this is particular, we are talking not just about Positive Discrimination. We are talking about exclusion.

Dear fellow patriot,
Essex County Council has been outed for discriminating against young people of white British ethnicity.

The council was exposed for operating an apprenticeship scheme which states that any employer who chooses a non-white non-British over a white British apprentice will be rewarded with a subsidy and a grant of £2,500.

The whistle was blown by the Managing Director of recruitment agency Get Me Group, Ben Drain, who learnt of the policy when searching for apprenticeship placements for young job seekers only to find that they were being denied the opportunities on the grounds of their race.

“I think it is outrageous that our own council is discriminating against young white British people – and encouraging employers to ‘positively’ discriminate against them,” exclaimed Mr Drain.

Racial discrimination at local government level has meant young white British people are finding it increasingly difficult to secure work and build themselves a career.

The racist plot thickens: In a shameful denial of responsibility Essex County Council shrugged off accusations of racial discrimination claiming that the Diversity in Apprenticeship (DIA) initiative is a national programme funded by the National Apprenticeship Service (NAS), and therefore out of their hands.

In the NAS report ‘Good Practice Evaluation of the Diversity in Apprenticeships Pilot’ their preferred apprentice as described as ‘Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic’ a term referred to by the acronym BAME.

Will you play your part in helping the BNP take action to hold the government to account for its betrayal of young British people?

Thank you for your ongoing support,

Adam Walker
BNP Chairman

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