Paki Yasmin Alibhai-Brown is Aghast at the Idea That British People Might “Be Able to Say What They Like”

Frei
Daily Stormer
June 14, 2019

Paki Yasmin Alibhai-Brown (YAB) is aghast at the idea that British people might, in the future, be able “to say what they like.” She was attacking Boris Johnson, who, at a press conference earlier in the week, defended his right to compare burka-wearing Moslem women to letterboxes.

Are we saying that we should be free to say whatever we like?

He’s given permission. What people want is not to veil what they think.

If we don’t really veil what we think in public spaces, what happens next?

I know what happens next. People feel they’re free to call me Paki.

This is a Prime Minister in waiting. Is he telling the people ‘Just go round saying what you want’?

I mean the man’s a cad!

Heaven forfend that the British people should ever be at liberty to call this Paki a Paki!

If Brits were indeed ever able to talk freely about her, YAB might well become one of the few non-Jews in history ever to unlock the achievement of being expelled from multiple countries in the course of a single lifetime.

Because after mulling it over, they would probably decide that they didn’t like her very much, any more than Idi Amin did for that matter (her last expeller). And can you blame the Ugandans, really?

The Independent:

We Asians did not share our wealth and skills as much as we should have, and we did illegally send out money – both accusations levelled by Amin. And most Asians were deeply racist, unable to imagine marrying Africans and living with them as equals. Like all racists we fantasised that Africans wanted to possess our women. So rumours spread that hundreds of “our” girls were raped by black Ugandans, unsubstantiated wild allegations that were repeated in a newspaper only this week.

Pakis were brought to Uganda by Britain’s imperial administrators to do clerical work they considered too menial for Brits but too intellectually demanding for blacks. The fact that it sowed ethnic strife among the brown folks was just a bonus. “Keep the wogs fighting each other instead of us, eh what, old chap! Brilliant, old boy! Brilliant! Bottoms-up and tally-ho!”

Diversity is such a brilliant, life-affirming social strategy that conquerors throughout the ages have used it to disempower and destroy the peoples they wanted to subdue!

Without really meaning to, Yasmin Alibhai-Brown has done much to raise the posthumous reputation of Idi Amin. The jolly big black man really took the measure of her. He actually met her personally when she was just a student and he was head of the military. Perhaps it was with this experience in mind that he decided to expel all Asians not long after becoming Uganda’s supreme ruler, with the title “His Excellency, President for Life, Field Marshal Al Hadji Doctor Idi Amin, VC, DSO, MC, CBE, Lord of all the Beasts of the Earth and Fishes of the Sea, and Conqueror of the British Empire in Africa in General and Uganda in Particular.”

Idi Amin has gone down in history as a maniacal monster. But was he really that bad? The truth is he was a man who stood up fiercely for the interests of his people and it was only when he went against the Jews that machinations were set in motion against him to bring his rule to an end.

It may be time to revisit the official history of the “Butcher of Uganda” and compare it to some of the other official histories whose deficiencies have now become apparent. The world needs more proud tribal warriors of Idi Amin’s stamp. Idi Amin nationalism may be coming back.

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