U.K.: Woman’s hobby of filing bias complaints costs others dearly

by Walter Olson on June 15, 2011

The Telegraph profiles a “race equality campaigner [who] has cost taxpayers more than £1 million by bringing a string of discrimination claims – several of them against anti-racism groups.”

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1 Le Mur 06.15.11 at 1:42 pm

several of them against anti-racism groups

Anti-racism is the shortened term for anti-white racism, so that’s a good thing.
But, sadly, the U.K. is broken.

2 Anonymous Attorney 06.20.11 at 2:23 pm

Yes, “anti-racism” never seems to include overt racial hostility toward whites, either in the UK or here.

Given that her latest suit was against an “anti-racist” group — and actually felled it — this counts as what I call “diversenfreude”: taking pleasure in the diversity-caused misfortune of a pro-diversity group or institution.

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