Subject: Re: Cutting corners?
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Date: Wed, 25 Dec 2002 04:13:30 GMT
NNTP-Posting-Date: Wed, 25 Dec 2002 04:13:30 GMT
Organization: AT&T Worldnet
>...Why specifically "Indians", ...
The reason I picked Indians is because an Indian was telling me about the
attitude. Also, I have seen it first hand. The attitude is infectious and
seems to ruin any US 'white' that gets influenced by such a person almost
immediately. Without this negative influence, most people would not have so
much of a problem in the US. You will notice the effect in the postings in
the newsgroup also. See how thenpostngs by some uk people bring out the
baser spirits of otherwise quiet people.
Of course, the extreme cases carry the day and ruin all the good people's
"John Jardine" wrote in message
> News2020 wrote in message
> > > ...affect the careers of numerous capable and able people that have
> > > chance of reaching his level no matter how good they are.
> > > We're stuck with our culture and possibly the motivated people here
> > be
> > > better off emigrating en masse to the rest of Europe, the US or
> > > except here!. We'll put up with dickhead and second rate managers ...
> > I take it you are referring to the treatment of Indians by uk companies
> > non-starters (ie. they are told in their face that they can never make
> > management ?). < These uk types will be brought down to its knees
> > eventually.- by Europe at large>
> Remember, I'm talking here about the kind of UK traditional companies that
> have been around for hundreds of years. Mainly financial institutions such
> as Banks, stock traders, commodity dealers, arms dealers, ect.
> If an Indian were ever told this by some reactionary management type then
> they deserve and have every right to take legal redress. The managers
> would be quite rightly finished.
> (Why specifically "Indians", News2020?. The ones who suffered the most
> of Pakistani origin.).
> This does not happen at the lower levels and it does not happen within
> modern companies that employ people to make money rather that fit in with
> some prevailing old school tie ethic or class attitude.
> The class differentiation exists predominantly within the higher echelons
> the largest traditional companies and industries. The guys I describe,
> family histories going back a thousand years, went to the same schools,
> marry only within their rarified social groups, are members of the same
> clubs, work in similar jobs and will socialise only amongst themselves.
> have a natural xenophobia concerning anyone outside their social grouping
> and this applies to 99% of the population, regardless of race, creed,
> colour or wealth. An Indian for example has as much chance as me of
> MD of one of the larger banks. The 'chosen ones' are only a tiny minority
> yet own or control most of the wealth and power within the country.
> As long as they are allowed to enjoy their birthrights they will make
> genuine efforts to provide great stability and continuity within the
> culture. Which to be honest, most people need, want and appreciate.
> Just don't try and rock the boat ;-)
> > The 'we' in your statements must mean uk 'white' ?
> No. It doesn't. The "we", I mention is every individual living within the
> the shores of this small island of ours.
> That means everbody who is prepared to share in the crap weather, the
> culture, the altruism, the occasional opportunity, the acts of kindness,
> odd behaviour, the high prices, the warring nature, the hope ,the horror!