Stephen Lawrence's Mother Given Lords Seat

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Stephen Lawrence's Mother Given Lords Seat
« on: August 01, 2013, 10:04:23 PM »
Surely this can't be true, but we know that in all probability it is and, it makes one ashamed to be British. Admitted Mrs Lawrence should be elevated higher than the indigenous Brit which she would normally be, due to the preference of her species for dwelling in high places, but this is ridiculous.

The traitor Tony Blair deliberately lowered the prestige of the House of Lords in keeping with his left wing beliefs, by elevating ethnic minorities, pop stars and other nonentities to the House in return for free holidays at their overseas abodes and, Cameron and his sodomite loving cabal have carried on the practice.

This continual ridiculing of our country and its people by parliament is treason and, this latest ludicrous elevation of an ethnic minority woman to Baroness on the grounds of her being black with the distinction of having had a son murdered (sic) by white-men, is a crass injustice. Can we now look forward to the parents of the ever growing number of indigenous citizens being murdered by ethnic minorities, being elevated to the peerage and taking their seats in the House?


Stephen Lawrence's Mother Given Lords Seat

Doreen Lawrence, 60, is being made a baroness and will sit on Labour's benches in the Upper House as a working peer.
 Party leader Ed Miliband signed off the proposal and it was put forward to Downing Street as part of Labour's recommendations.
 A new peerages list is expected to be released on Thursday, confirming the appointment.
 It is understood Mrs Lawrence was persuaded to accept a seat in the Lords by Labour's shadow justice secretary Sadiq Khan.
 The Labour Party declined to confirm or deny the appointment when approached on Wednesday.
 Mrs Lawrence led the campaign to expose the failings of the police investigation into her teenage son's murder.
 This led to the groundbreaking MacPherson Report which warned of "institutional racism" at Scotland Yard.
 A special needs teacher and divorcee, she also founded a charity in her son's name to promote a positive community legacy.
 Last year, she was picked to take part in the opening ceremony for the London 2012 Olympics and held the Olympic flag.
 She was awarded an OBE for services to community relations in 2003 and is also on the board of human rights group Liberty.
 Stephen, 18, was killed by a gang of white youths at a bus stop in Eltham in April 1993.
 The case and its handling by police became notorious and forced a reassessment of how police investigated racially motivated crimes.
 Two of the original murder suspects, Gary Dobson and David Norris, were convicted of the murder in January last year.
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