Just last night she tried it with another Sky production Lucky Man. Within five minutes the White hero/anti-hero had been given a stern talking to by no fewer than three persons of colour about his gambling addiction. His black secretary was straight from Central Casting. You know the type, the put-upon underling who quietly does all the work – but gets none of the credit. Pretty much like that Hollywood staple, the Aunt Jemima character, the one who really raises the White kids while their stupid, vacuous and selfish White mother worries only about her social scene. Jemima roles her eyes at the antics of the mother, exchanging meaningful glances with the neglected children. Same with the secretary in Lucky Man. Just in case the stupid goyim didn’t get the message the anti-hero, having been roundly admonished, tells her ‘you do realise you’re my subordinate, don’t you?’.
Notice its advocates never bother to explain how diversity – filling your country with the kind of people who build the kind of countries those same people are desperate to escape from – is good, confident that the brainwashed plebs will happily fill in the blanks with their own version of the mantra. They don’t want us to be like Japan which has virtually no diversity, and therefore no civil-rights acts, no forced busing, no governmental agencies counting how many of whom one hires, no voting-rights laws, no affirmative action and resulting anger. An employer simply hires the best qualified candidate. And the Japanese do not burn their cities in racial rioting.
Source:: Irish Savant