I have observed the manner in which so called Reverends like Jesse Jackson and Sharpton fuel the animosities between the indigenous (if we can call white Americans indigenous rather than the American Indians indigenous but that is beside the point) and the so called African American community which is a pseudonym of political correctness to describe the black people who should take pride in their race as there are thousands of black Americans who have done great works in America in fulfilling the American Dream, most notably in the music and sporting arenas. The ignorant buffoons do not know that in some way or the other we are all slaves to someone who is a bread winner, be that in the family, or in the State that we live in. The reason that black people turn to drugs and crime is lack of education in that the society itself is ill-educated in real spirituality, not just the singing of songs of praises to Jesus Christ as their Saviour.
I am coloured Indian as my race, and I have never in the recent decade faced direct racial abuse in the streets or in the work place or in the mental health institutions that have cared for me when I was struggling to acclimitise to British ways of life to try and become a Briton myself, for that is the right thing to do, the righteous thing to do, not get secluded into self-marginalisation from the majority community of the white indigenous population who have fed us, clothed us, housed us and provide us with transport and leisure pursuits to enable us to lead comfortable lives.
It is about the individual black, white or coloured or chinese race people to individually sort out their own individual minds and accommodate themselves into country that they live in either as first or second-generation immigrants, not topple Edward Coulson’s statue into the river and march on streets with the grotesque banner that 'Black Lives Matter', to stir up the State of the USA and with this insult from Reverend Jesse Jackson, the UK.
This is my 47th year of living in the UK as an Indian immigrant who came to the country as a 15 year-old boy. My teachers, he medical staff, the legal establishment and the Law Enforcement authorities have been nothing other than patient and generous towards me and my family. I was having an Indian passport but after 5 years I was given permanent residence to work in the UK, and I had a 18 year scientific career publishing 35 scientific papers in international refereed journals during which I applied for Naturalisation which was granted and I got myself my cherished British passport to make my life secure.
When I had a mental breakdown and lost my scientific job, I started afresh working as a Cleaner a Warehouse man, and working as Salesman in petrol stations and in Supermarket for no job is a bad job when you are expected to do what the State organises for you. You try your best to get lucrative jobs but settle for what comes your way. The important thing is to be peaceful and express your concerns in writing and verbally but accept the judgment of the State, not fight it as if you have a right to anything whatsoever. Who gave you the right? God? Jesus Christ. You are but an animal in the jungle of Nature and have to fend for yourself. It is stupid in the extreme to think that protesting in the Streets with banners of ‘Black Lives Matter’ will lead to the State authorities giving you favourable treatment in education, jobs and other things like health care that your intelligence does not deserve, for meritocracy is the name of the game of live in a Democracy that the United Kingdom excels in. If you are not good enough you cannot have anything good.