Celebrate the diversity: Yasmin Alibhai-Brown: I don’t like white men, I want them to be a lost species

Controversial columnist Yasmin Alibhai-Brown is accused of making a series of racist remarks against white people, even going as far as to say she wants them to be a “lost species.”

According to Rod Liddle, when asked in a TV interview what she thought of white people, she responded: “I don’t like them. I want them to be a lost species in a hundred years.”

Writing for the Sun this weekend, Liddle said: “Can you imagine what would happen if you or I said that about black men, or women? The police would get involved, pronto…”

Excerpt from Wikipedia entry on this p.o.s.:

Yasmin Alibhai-Brown (born Yasmin Damji on 10 December 1949) is a Ugandan-born British journalist and author, who describes herself as a “leftie liberal, anti-racist, feminist, Muslim, part-Pakistani, and … a very responsible person.” Currently a regular columnist for The Independent and the Evening Standard, she is a well-known commentator on issues relating to immigration, diversity and multiculturalism…
Alibhai-Brown’s mother was born in East Africa and her father moved there from British India in the 1920s. Born into the Ugandan Asian community in Kampala in 1949, her family belonged to the Nizari branch of the Shia Islamic faith, and she identifies as a Shia Muslim…

In the Channel 4 documentary Nigel Farage: Who are you? she said that the media has to be controlled to avoid the political success of Nigel Farage’s UKIP: “What has to happen between now and the elections that are coming up, is that the media has to be, kind of controlled, in terms of how often Farage gets to rule the airwaves. I think we should be very very worried.”