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Part of the covert Jewish push for immigration into the UK; interested people will find it worth owning a copy, because of the thoroughgoing anti-British content. 1969 book, published by Oxford University Press for the 'Institute for Race Relations', about whom see below. About 800 pages; hardback and paperback copies exist. Includes:--
- 'MYTHS' - List of supposed myths of equality before the law/ Theories of race / Myths about the Commonwealth Immigrants Bill (p. 220)/ Housing shortage myth (233).
- Very portentous; see e.g. chapter headings below. General idea seems to be to show all 'immigrants' as having families, houses, earning patterns etc just like us, and of course not taking up housing or jobs etc; I recall Jews in about 1975 assuring me that of course immigration has no effect on housing, an attitude perhaps gleaned from this book. The presumption, and perhaps necessary belief, is that immigration must inevitably be accepted, so less happy examples like expulsion of Jews in the Middle Ages, Normans invading, peoples moving into places like the Balkans, not to mention whites vs Red Indians in USA, go unmentioned. The Indian caste system seems to be mentioned almost nowhere; Jews now in the Middle East aren't mentioned except a bit on the 'Six Day War'. Endemic corruption in Pakistan, 445-6, is omitted from the index.
- Odd double standards, e.g. it's assumed that blacks in the Midlands earn less than whites because they're offered less overtime, implying educational differences are of no significance, and yet there are pieties about better training. There are implications that passports are unimportant, which surely clashes with official views in all states. At one point the Empire is described as 'a gigantic confidence trick' though e.g. the subjugation of South Africa was military. It's explicitly stated that the only differences between races are 'the colour of the skin', when surely the differences simply aren't known. Europe is only mentioned because of transient labour, and France and Germany aren't in the index at all, so though the USA is mentioned fairly often, the book is tiresomely Anglo-centric. There is of course nothing on Jewish-caused massacres in the USSR.
- The index isn't very satisfactory; anything 'nasty' is censored out. As a result many things are hard to track down. I found problems with: e.g. references to Paul Foot's book on Race, Galbraith, J F Kennedy, Adlai Stevenson, Hobsbawm, and parts of Britain like St Pauls Bristol & Smethwick with lots of immigrants, passport forgery, venereal disease & tuberculosis, sex (though 'women immigrants' get a few entries, so does 'miscegenation'), Rastafarians, etc.
- The 'associates' are: Nicholas Deakin, Mark Abrams, Valerie Jackson, Maurice Peston [who contributed the chapter on economics], A H Vangas, Brian Cohen, Julia Gaitskell, Paul Ward. Extraordinarily - though perhaps it saves embarrassment of fulsome self-published plaudits - there are no biographies, anywhere, not even in the appendixes, though occasional book or article titles are listed in bibliographies or notes. NB: someone called Robin Jenkins attacked this report in January 1971 and caused a rift in the IRR; see the appendix to 'Black Britain', Mullard.
- The book claims Notting Hill in 1962 and, earlier, the Carnegie Corporation of New York's backing or funding of Gunnar Myrdal's 'great book', 'An American Dilemma', 'resulted' in this book, which seems to have been funded by 'the Nuffield Foundation'. There's a foreword by Philip Mason, presumably of the Nuffield Foundation. Rose, or 'Jim Rose', 'had for more than ten years been Director of the International Press Institute at Zurich..' Apart from this book, 19 larger-scale research projects and 22 smaller ones resulted.
- This is a hefty tome and interesting as part of the deliberate programme of subverting Britain. I give it 4 stars for importance - the content is contemptible.Read more ›