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The football crowd talk about under-presentation of BAME people in football management, but not a word is spoken about the over-representation of BAME people in the very highly paid playing community.

The actual percentages of Bammies aren't important, what's important is their level on the victimhood scale, ie, how useful are they for the destabilisation of western society? Blacks and Muslims are

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The football crowd talk about under-presentation of BAME people in football management, but not a word is spoken about the over-representation of BAME people in the very highly paid playing community.

We should campaign for a greater number of white people to play in the premier league.

It's not fair.

Racial prejudice is the only explanation.

We should change the law to make this kind of discrimination illegal.

White (players) Lives Matter.

Etc etc..

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The actual percentages of Bammies aren't important, what's important is their level on the victimhood scale, ie, how useful are they for the destabilisation of western society? Blacks and Muslims are therefore feted the most, because they are the ones most likely to monumentally be f*cking up western society. SE Asians, Hindus, Sikhs, middle eastern Christians, white Eastern Europeans etc although 'minorities' are not important to the likes of the BBC because by and large those groups integrate in the west or at least, co-habit peacefully.

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3 minutes ago, Bornagain said:

The football crowd talk about under-presentation of BAME people in football management, but not a word is spoken about the over-representation of BAME people in the very highly paid playing community.

We should campaign for a greater number of white people to play in the premier league.

It's not fair.

Racial prejudice is the only explanation.

We should change the law to make this kind of discrimination illegal.

White (players) Lives Matter.

Etc etc..

John Fashanu should have become a manager, he'd have scared the players into performing.

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21 minutes ago, TheCountOfNowhere said:

Why ?

Pointing out the BBC bias is racist ?

I was amazed that only 3% of the population in 2011 was black, they way they're all going on you'd think it was 50%

Of course depends on what you call "black"... seems BLM think it means only people "originally" from African.

12 minutes ago, Bornagain said:

The football crowd talk about under-presentation of BAME people in football management, but not a word is spoken about the over-representation of BAME people in the very highly paid playing community.

Well they can stop talking...

Sol Campbell

Sabri Lamouchi

Darren Moore

Keith Curl

Dino Maamria

Nuno Espirito Santo

 

Before anybody mentions the last is from Portugal, he is from Sao Tome an Island in the Gulf of Guinea, so African.

6 out of 92 league clubs....

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7 minutes ago, MrPin said:

Not many black motorcycle racers. Anyone have a bizarre theory on that?:CryBaby:

Yes, we've said this before and for the same reason there are few black (or other minority) motorbike riders generally.

It is because when most people hit 17 they will learn to drive a car and buy a car.

The small minority who go for a bike instead will generally do so because they have been influenced by their father, or sometimes mother, being a biker and encouraging them.  If neither of the parents are bikers they will generally disocurage their child from taking up motorbike riding because of its perceived, and genuine, increased risk of being seriously injured or killed when riding a bike over driving a car.

Motorbikes were common transport in the days when people bought them because they could afford a bike but cars were far too expensive - up to say 1970.  Most then switched to cars but some who loved their bikes stuck with them and passed this love of bikes onto the next generation.

This only really applies in Europe / the US as eslewhere you were looking at a pushbike in 1970.

In order to be riding a bike now you most likely either had a parent who was riding a bike in 1970 or a grandparent who was doing the same in the US or western Europe.

Therefore most motorcyclists will be of US / Canadian / Western European heritage and therefore white.

 

 

 

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7 minutes ago, TheCountOfNowhere said:

Why ?

Pointing out the BBC bias is racist ?

To fully embrace multiculturalism and diversity of representation we should welcome any ethnicity for any role regardless of percentage of that demographic within our community.

TV broadcasts began during the 1930s.

First black presenter appeared on our screens in 1968.

What number of black presenters are acceptable in 2020 ?

I would suggest at some point during this decade all presenters should be black.

This will allow us to compensate for the period from 1930s to 1968 during which all presenters were not black.

Obviously once we have achieved parity to satisfy our black community we can address lack of representation of other groups.

I'm confident once we achieve 100% representation of black people, as previously with white people, the black community will call for equal representation for the next minority demographic.

Perhaps by 2050 all presenters must be Chinese, disabled, or amputees. With black and white people standing aside to make this happen.

During this process we must ensure proper representation of LGBTQI+.

It's nothing to do with black people taking over or being over represented in the media.

It's about equality and fairness.  :)

 

 

https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2008/oct/23/television-raceandreligion

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1 minute ago, Frank Hovis said:

Yes, we've said this before and for the same reason there are few black (or other minority) motorbike riders generally.

It is because when most people hit 17 they will learn to drive a car and buy a car.

The small minority who go for a bike instead will generally do so because they have been influenced by their father, or sometimes mother, being a biker and encouraging them.  If neither of the parents are bikers they will generally disocurage their child from taking up motorbike riding because of its perceived, and genuine, increased risk of being seriously injured or killed when riding a bike over driving a car.

Motorbikes were common transport in the days when people bought them because they could afford a bike but cars were far too expensive - up to say 1970.  Most then switched to cars but some who loved their bikes stuck with them and passed this love of bikes onto the next generation.

This only really applies in Europe / the US as eslewhere you were looking at a pushbike in 1970.

In order to be riding a bike now you most likely either had a parent who was riding a bike in 1970 or a grandparent who was doing the same in the US or western Europe.

Therefore most motorcyclists will be of US / Canadian / Western European heritage and therefore white.

 

 

 

Very interesting thank you. Of course the MSM just screams 'institutional racism' rather than looking at reasons such as those you describe.

A similar thing would be the supposed lack of Bammies who go hiking/rambling in the countryside. MSM just assumes its because of racism in the National Parks management or something, when it's far more likely that they don't do it because a. they live in inner city areas and it's a long way to go and b. they come from cultures where only poor peasants do anything in the countryside.

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3 minutes ago, Frank Hovis said:

Motorbikes were common transport in the days when people bought them because they could afford a bike but cars were far too expensive - up to say 1970.  Most then switched to cars but some who loved their bikes stuck with them and passed this love of bikes onto the next generation.

Well yes, I certainly don't have a motorbike, because I can't afford a car, because the car probably costs less to run.

Luxury toys now I think.

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31 minutes ago, gilf said:

Of course depends on what you call "black"... seems BLM think it means only people "originally" from African.

Well they can stop talking...

Sol Campbell

Sabri Lamouchi

Darren Moore

Keith Curl

Dino Maamria

Nuno Espirito Santo

 

Before anybody mentions the last is from Portugal, he is from Sao Tome an Island in the Gulf of Guinea, so African.

6 out of 92 league clubs....

So about 7%...isn't that 4 % too many ?

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1 minute ago, TheCountOfNowhere said:

So about 7%...isn't that 4 % too many ?

Depends who's counting BLM probably wouldn't count poor old Keith because he isn't "proper" black*.

But yeah with or without Keith it's over representation.

* the great irony of that is as he is of mixed parentage he is far more likely to have been the victim of racism than most people.

 

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19 minutes ago, Bedrag Justesen said:

Spain, India, Pakistan, Indonesia, Thailand, Japan, Italy.

My guess is by far the largest  number of motorcyclists are brown or yellow.  :)

There are lots of motorcycles in Africa, a lot of them used as taxis!

Being taxi riders probably means they go too fast for motorcycle racing.

I actually know a girl in Kenya who rides a trails bike. One of Mrs O's pals.

She's stunning so I hope she doesn't fall off and spoil her looks.

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3 minutes ago, Option5 said:

There are lots of motorcycles in Africa, a lot of them used as taxis!

Being taxi riders probably means they go too fast for motorcycle racing.

I actually know a girl in Kenya who rides a trails bike. One of Mrs O's pals.

She's stunning so I hope she doesn't fall off and spoil her looks.

I have a big comfortable rear seat, unlike my last bike, that you couldn't get a hamster on.

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Just now, Knickerless Turgid said:

Are you in the habit of giving pillion rides to your sex pets?

Just some bikes are made for people with no friends at all. Hence the "I ride alone" patch. When you get nearer, you find out why.:S

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