Chris Moyles about a week or so ago said that there was no such thing as music of white origin.He was talking (to one of his easy to make laugh sidekicks) about the MOBO awards.
The MOBO's are of course the Music of Black Origin awards and someone had text/emailed him that maybe there should be a Music of White Origin awards to which Moyles replied 'get lost - there IS no such thing as music of white origin.'
Well of course Moyles' statement is not true - was there not music in ancient Greece and Rome for example?
I'm no music expert (in fact I haven't a clue to be honest) but surely there was music made by the Celts, the Vikings - and what about the middle ages in Europe?
Then there's all the classical composers not to mention early folk music.
As I say I don't really know what I'm on about when it comes to music but I'm sure Moyles was wrong, but that's not the point.
I don't think Moyles had thought much about his remark, it was a throwaway type thing, but what he was doing by saying what he said was something that's become very trendy at the moment.
Especially trendy amongst some 'right on' elements at The BBC.
And that trendy thing is the rubbishing of the white race.
From racism becoming (rightly) unacceptable they have pushed and pushed until we have actually tipped over the edge and anti white racism is not just now accepted but seemingly positively encouraged.
It's a dangerous game they play.