On the Voice Online article, 'Cameron's immigration remarks will boost fascism and racism', by Funmi Olutoye, 16th April, 2011. (Comments are in red.)-
UNITE AGAINST Fascism (UAF) have warned that David Cameron's speech on immigration is a "dangerous encouragement" to racist and fascist parties. [What's the point being made here?
That Any criticism of immigration is ‘racist’ and/or ‘fascist’?
Or is it that
any criticism of immigration will encourage racists and fascists?
Even if what the critics of certain aspects of immigration or multiculturalism say is true, they still shouldn't say it because if they do, it will encourage the racists and the fascists.
i) You must ban all talk of immigration, multiculturalism, etc. (as above).
ii) You must ban all ‘far-right’ parties, such as they claim the EDL, etc. to be.
iii) You must use violence against what they call ‘racists’ and ‘fascists’.iv) The must protest against mainstream leaders and parties if they step out of line, as Cameron appears to have done.
v) You must sack or intimidate ‘right-wing’ professors, lecturers, writers, journalists, etc. for saying the wrong things or for even doing politically unacceptable research (say, into genetics or what Trots call ‘biological reductionism’ or ‘social Darwinism’).
There is one very good example of this which is very relevant to the EDL.
In order to destroy the evils of ‘imperialism’, ‘capitalism’, ‘racism’, etc., the UAF/SWP has backed and supported Islamists and Islamist groups which are, well, racist, fascist, misogynist, expansionist, imperialist, sexist, etc. But as long as they are not white, or ‘Western’, or ‘capitalist’, these evils and these crimes are acceptable. Indeed they are OK precisely because they are carried out by the Brown Exotic and therefore by the Oppressed. Such is the theory-driven sickness of Trotskyists. Such is the theory-driven sickness of UAF - or the SWP as it is otherwise known.]
UAF say that the tone of his language and the content of his arguments "feed the myth that Britain is somehow being flooded by immigrants." [Cameron never mentioned anything about being "flooded by immigrants". He didn’t even hint at it. However, because of Weyman Bennett’s theory-intoxicated position, this is what he must think about what Cameron actually said. That is, what Cameron says, and what he really means, are at odds - according to UAF. And they are at odds, quite simply, because Marxist/Trotskyist theory interprets what Cameron has said, and what we all say, as being something other than what is actually said. (That’s Marxist theory.)]
UAF joint secretary Weyman Bennett, who accuses the prime minister of scapegoating immigrants for his government's cuts, said: "The effect of this rhetoric is more hatred, more hysteria and more strife and division in society. [‘Rhetoric’? Weyman Bennett has never said a single word, as a Trot leader of UAF/SWP, that isn't both deeply rhetorical and fanatically ideological. I doubt that he can even order a coffee without bringing in some Trotskyist rhetoric into the request. That’s why every single SWP member and leader is a complete and utter bore. They're utterly humourless because they see hidden politics everywhere; and not just in Cameron’s speech. Then again, compared to Martin Smith, Weyman Bennett is a comic genius. Martin Smith, of the UAF, just really wants to kill a lot of people: be they ‘racists’, ‘fascists’, ‘neo-cons’, ‘Zionists’, ‘neo-liberals’, ‘far right’, ‘Tory toffs’, ‘Tory liberals’... every non-Trot basically, as well as some of them too (such as Chris Bambery).
There is a phrase that summarises the UAF/SWP’s position on hatred, division and strife:
The worse it is, the better it is.
The worse it is for everyone else, the better it is for the revolutionaries.
"Cameron should be ashamed of himself and we should be proud to live in a multicultural society where people from all backgrounds work and struggle together.” [That sounds a bit like a New Labour soundbite. Again, as Bennett well knows (but chooses to ignore because it doesn’t fit into his plan for strife, hatred and division, which will be organised by the SWP), Cameron didn’t reject either immigration or multiculturalism entirely. It is the SWP which thinks in such absolute terms, not Cameron. And precisely because everything must be black and white to the SWP, in order to incite revolution (shades of grey are not conducive to revolution),
Bennett has to take the extremist and absolutist position that
no criticism of immigration or multiculturalism should ever be allowed.
Now who’s really extreme? Bennett and his SWP or Cameron?]
It simply doesn’t matter if what Cameron says is true (or just some of it). The point is that if Cameron, or anyone, speaks on the taboo subjects of immigration or multiculturalism, then they must be silenced.
And so they should become more angry! What right have the Bennetts and the Cables of this world to lie to us and to try and silence those who would speak the truth? That won't solve any problems. It will create them.] .....