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The tiniest fraction of those first and second-generation immigrants who have killed, raped and otherwise violated British men, women and children in Britain.
All of them committed the crimes cited since Stephen Lawrence was killed. We've all heard of Stephen.
How many of these were you aware of before you saw them here? 
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"The concept of envy — the hatred of the superior — has dropped out of our moral vocabulary …

The idea that white Christian civilization is hated more for its virtues than its sins doesn’t occur to us, because it’s not a nice idea. …

Western man towers over the rest of the world in ways so large as to be almost inexpressible.
It’s Western exploration, science, and conquest that have revealed the world to itself. Other races feel like subjects of Western power long after colonialism, imperialism, and slavery have disappeared.

The charge of racism puzzles whites who feel not hostility, but only baffled good will, because they don’t grasp what it really means: humiliation.
The white man presents an image of superiority even when he isn’t conscious of it.
And, superiority excites envy.

Destroying white civilization is the inmost desire of the league of designated victims we call minorities.

–Joseph Sobran (Sobran’s — April 1997)"

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I want and believe in self determination for my people said the Brown man.
I want and believe in self determination for my people said the White Racist.

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Gill Ingham,
Head of Faculty,
Art, Craft & Design

M.Baber
R.Gunn
C.Rocha
M.Algar
Councillor FitzGerald
M.Pringle
B.Tanner
D.Barker

Kensington & Chelsea College
Wornington Road
London W10

26th November 1997

I have addressed the negative aspects of my previous record. Below are the positive aspects of my previous record, it was all clearly stated on my application for the Multimedia course. No days were missed, every available open access period was used, all passes.
It covers the period September 96 - July 97.

BTEC Access - Design & Layout
BTEC Access - Computer Graphics - Illustrator
LOCF Level 2 X 2 Graphic Design - Photoshop
City & Guilds DTP Levels 1&2
PageMaker + Quark Express

Thank you for your letter of 11.11.97 which I am replying to here. I dont find myself in complete agreement with your findings and I will explain why.
It is true that at the moment, in the area of multimedia, my greatest fascination is in the realm of image manipulation / computer graphics. I dont see why it has been assumed that I have no further interest in the field, I did touch on other things at the interview. As for my ability to work as part of a team, that is so subjective I wont attempt to address it here.

My Previous Record ?
I started the "Media" course in April 96 and dropped out of it just over half way through. It should be noted that at the time I had gained open access to the darkroom, had all of the research material for the photo essay, and had the essay itself half written (I still have it all today for future use)

Upon leaving the course I wrote to Mr Tanner and explained that at the time, the course was proving too much for me, it was too intensive and diverse. That normally this would not be the case, but for some years had experienced quite a range of stress related health disorders, and that the source of that stress had only recently been reduced. I explained that I was not yet operating at "full volume" again, and apologized for having wasted a college place. I then arranged to return some unused rolls of film, and an unopened pack of photographic paper.

I was still on the sick list at the time, and only came "off" about three weeks ago. All things considered I am quite pleased with myself that I got as far as I did on the "Media" course before I dropped out. It was Pagemaker that was my big problem on that course perhaps Mr David Barker could confirm this as I approached him about it.

The Photography course that I undertook in Jan 97 was a complete fiasco with me being very ill informed as to what was what. I was accepted for the course without interview, I asked the Art Office why, I was told it was not considered necessary. At first I found myself on a course at Wornington Road with a tutor called Vasa. This course proved to be far too advanced for me, so with a red face I made my apologies and left. As I walked out of the door I came face to face with Mr Bruce Tanner. I explained to him my frustration and disappointment. He apologized and steered me towards a class that he was taking at Hortensia Road. But I was unaware, that out of my income support I would have to pay for processing, printing and camera hire. This was not the case on the "Media" course.

A fellow student, a girl called Anisa, did try to help out by lending me a camera a Minolta AF 7000. I went on two Photographic assignments but the camera was faulty. I was having my films processed by a shop called E.T.A (Film Plus) in Kensington Park road, W11. The shop asked to see the camera so I left it with them overnight. The shop loaded the film and processed the film. They got the same results that I did, massive under exposure. My financial resources could not keep up, so I dropped out of that course. Mr Tanner was quite aware of the problems that I was having.

I also related this to Ms M Algar and Ms R Gunn at the multimedia interview, while I was enquiring if I could use the photo essay that I have now, on the multimedia course.

I have addressed the negative aspects of my previous record. Below are the positive aspects of my previous record, it was all clearly stated on my application for the Multimedia course. No days were missed, every available open access period was used, all passes. It covers the period September 96 - July 97.

BTEC Access - Design & Layout
BTEC Access - Computer Graphics (Illustrator)
LOCF Level 2 X 2 Graphic Design (Photoshop)
City & Guilds DTP Levels 1&2 (PageMaker + Quark Express)

Yours Sincerely

Sean Bryson


Kensington & Chelsea College Wornington Road London W10

 

 

 

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