Mr Robinson described Critical Race Theory as a “power play” that seeks to use black people as “pawns in their game”, despite not addressing the real issues facing the black community.
“Movements like Black Lives Matter are Marxist organisations who want to destroy our way of life and rebuild it in their image. What we’re seeing here is standard divide and conquer,” he explained.
On the controversy surrounding the Black Lives Matter inspired performance by Diversity on Britain’s
Got Talent, Robinson said: “Diversity seem like a decent bunch of guys, and I genuinely think they had good intentions.”
“However, they’re pushing a heavily politicised message on prime-time television to a family audience. They’re normalising Critical Race Theory with no critique, no explanation, that’s dangerous,” he concluded.
Finally, Robinson stressed that he does not think that the UK is a systemically racist country, but noted that whenever he makes the claim, the left only engages in personal attacks on his immutable characteristics, rather than providing evidence for the supposed structural racism.
“I was a school teacher and assistant principal; I saw first hand that black children of African descent excel throughout their time in school, and are far more likely to go to university,” he explained.
“On the flip side of that coin, working-class white boys are the most disadvantaged and very few people seem brave enough to address the problem. The evidence suggests that if the UK is racist, it’s not in the way the hard-left would accept,” he concluded.
Calvin Robinson explained that he sees democracy as the best way to bring about change, noting that through the democratic process, the UK can address the “pockets of racism” left in the country, adding that “you don’t fix racism with more racism”.
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