Seen the latest? Just where do these people come from? A BBC Radio 5 Live presenter, one Nihal Arthanayake by name (nope, never heard of him before), has claimed that working in an "overwhelmingly white" environment is affecting his mental health. I'd venture that he clearly had issues in that department to start with if this is an example of the way he thinks. "It's really affecting me that I walk in and all I see is white people" he witters, in his best self-righteous, sense of entitlement, not to mention racist manner. Racist? Yes! Were I to say that my mental health is affected when I walk down the street (or anywhere else) and all I see is black people, I'd be accused of being a racist, so it's exactly the same thing here. He goes on... "The hardest thing is to walk into a room, look around and nobody looks like you." Presumably, he made the decision to work at the BBC, so if he resents his working environment (i.e. too many white people), then maybe he should seek a different job where the environment is more to his liking.
Don't know about you, but I'm fed up with this kind of thing. He'll have family and friends who are predominantly of the same ethnicity as himself, which should fulfil his seeming 'need' to be surrounded by his own kind - so what's the problem with working among 'whitey' for a few hours? There shouldn't be one. On the one hand, people such as him are always saying that colour shouldn't be an issue, and on the other, they're always trying to make colour an issue. It's double-standards, pure and simple. Perhaps he's just trying to increase his own promotion opportunities at the BBC by playing the race card, because given the woke culture which currently envelops society, there'll now be people falling over themselves to select only ethnic minorities for positions in various areas of employment. That's not how it should work; people should be chosen on merit, not the colour of their skin, but that's what Arthanayake is essentially calling for.
Give me strength. He should be identified as the racist he clearly is and told to give us all a break from this sort of 'anti-white' agenda that appears to be on the increase with each new passing day. Anyone brave enough to make a comment, or are you too scared in case someone calls you a racist for agreeing with me? And feel free to comment even if you disagree with me.