Black Good, White Bad.

Four legs good two legs bad

I don’t know how they get away with it. Let me try to explain, but first you’ll need a bit of background

The first Bishop of Loughborough is to be Rev’d Canon Gulnar Eleanor Francis-Dehqani, Canon Francis-Dehqani was born in Iran in 1966 and, along with a great many other Christians, she and her family fled that country after the 1979 Islamic revolution which brought to power Ayatollah Khomeini

The new bishop likes to be called Gull and the Diocese of Leicester (of which Loughborough is a part) has told us what they expect from her: “Guli will take a full role in the work of the Church across Leicester and Leicestershire, but the post will also have a focus on supporting Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) clergy, lay workers and congregations in the county.”

Gull is delighted with her job specification:

“I’m very excited…”

(Newly-appointed hierarchs always start off by telling us how excited they are)

This one is excited “…about the potential for this role which draws together several important themes in the current life of the Church. Whilst being a bishop for the whole diocese, it (sic) will be a particular joy and a privilege to learn from and draw out the rich resources of Christians from minority ethnic communities.”

Well, she does not exactly speak as we speak in the street, but I think we know what she means. Since her escape from Iran, she has held a great many posts in the realm of synods, quangos and church committees and she has mastered the art of talking multi-culti bureauspeak.

That’s what I meant by saying I don’t know how they get away with it. 

We can only imagine the furore that would ensue if a diocesan office had issued a job-specification as follows: “The post will have a focus on supporting White, English and Majority Ethnic (WEME) clergy, lay workers and congregations in the county.”

And if the appointee’s response had been: “It will be a particular joy…”

(Joy, like excited is another word they can’t leave alone)

“…and a privilege to learn from and draw out the rich resources from the majority white English population.”

An appointee saying such things would be denounced immediately for shameful and vile racism. She certainly wouldn’t be appointed. For the scandal is that you can be as racist as you like – so long as the objects of your racism are British and white.

I have listened to the arguments of the multi-cultis for half a century and so I know them all off by heart. We are allowed to make exceptions in the case of preferred minorities, because they are under-represented and so we must give them a leg up with a good dose of positive discrimination.

The trouble with this is that there is nothing positive about it. Discrimination is discrimination is discrimination.

Do you remember chapter three of Animal Farm and Snowball’s condensation of The Seven Commandments of Animalism? “Four legs good; two legs bad.” 

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6 Comments on Black Good, White Bad.

  1. The political, religious and cultural elite in the West believe everything outside our society to be vibrant, colourful and good, because they do not believe in our our own values, of which they’ve grown tired.

  2. How about focusing on Christians no matter their race or ethnicity?

    And more controversially, engaging in missionary work in the non-Christian areas we now have in Britain?

    Or supporting converts from Islam who flee for their lives…in modern Britain?

  3. It might be thought that the clergy would have seen an application in St Paul. There is neither Greek nor Jew. The lack of sympathy between the two had ceased to exist, whereas previously St Peter thought that followers of the Way who were Jewish were the ones whose special insight should set the agenda.

    The Bishop’s focus on Christians with a certain identity makes that identity of greater importance in terms of faith; as if Christian faith was determined by the flesh. This is a return to a sort of division in the mind that Peter had before Paul took him to task.

    Still, the Bishop’s experience in her former homeland should be of use in her ecumenical duties of interfaith outreach when she visits the local places of worship of the religion of peace.

  4. I trust Bishop Goolie will lose no time in getting the Church up to speed with the Homosexual Agenda, as demanded by Justine Greening.