10 April 2007

Stop pandering to Muslims

UK government initiatives to 'deal with' younger Muslims only leave them feeling more alienated from political life.

3 April 2007

Multiculturalism: bad for your mental health?

Today's emphasis on 'cultural difference' is one reason why black people get unequal treatment in the mental health sphere.

26 March 2007

Who's not sorry now?

The bicentenary of the abolition of the slave trade has become a field day for the new politics of apologism.

A witness to cheap self-flagellation

The 'Walk of Witness' to apologise for the slave trade captured today’s use and abuse of past atrocities for political (and religious) ends.

23 March 2007

Chaining black youth to the victim culture

Are the commemorations of the abolition of the slave trade helping to foster fatalism amongst young black Britons?

19 March 2007

Are immigrants eating our identity?

In debates about citizenship, health and education, the government is displacing its own crisis of identity on to newcomers.

13 March 2007

Silencing the ‘niggas’ of New York

In banning the n-word, New York City Council is driven by the dodgy notion that words make reality, rather than the other way around.

A war of words over the 'Yid Army'

Ignore the touchy PC brigade: the fans of north London football club Tottenham Hotspur should be allowed to call themselves whatever they like.

7 February 2007

Are we all racists and victims now?

Those who want to turn everything into a race issue today are desperate to impose a phoney new national morality.

23 January 2007

Not-so-positive discrimination

Kevin Yuill’s enlightening new book shows that ‘affirmative action’ arose not from an optimistic vision of the future, but from despair.