The left-wing 'journalist' Ash Sarkar has long had a platform on the BBC to spout her vile racist sentiments, which would not in itself be such a problem if the BBC provided balanced coverage and afforded the right of reply, but her comments taken on their own amount to a deliberate stoking of the flames of a race war in this country.
She frequently uses the phrase 'We're winning!' to describe the replacement of native British people in our towns and cities by the tidal wave of immigration over the past two decades, and views the justified consternation of those native British people as nothing more than 'right-wing bigotry'.
She repeated those views in a widely-circulated video this week, and implied that the 'great replacement' was merely a right-wing conspiracy rather than a demonstrable truth - that white British people are leaving London at an ever-increasing rate and that within 10 years three people in every four in London is likely to to be an immigrant or the progeny of immigrants.
She evidently sees this as a good thing, and overtly rejects the notion of integration into British society because of its 'white supremacism' and its 'history of oppression towards people of colour', and then wonders why white British people object to being called 'racist' by arguably the biggest racist in the country.
We demand that the BBC enforces its widely-trumpeted policies against racism (which appear to be entirely one-sided up to now) and boot the racist Ash Sarkar off their platform in what should be seen as a much-needed step back to impartiality.
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