“It is a deeply disturbing read, and not only because of the content itself – I have read far worse – but because it represents yet another leap in normalising discrimination, racism and supremacy deceptively suited and camouflaged in the euphemistic attire of “integration”, “opportunity and “official review”, which Parliament will most likely sleepwalk into accepting. British society is wounded and in pain, and Casey, instead of sincerely devising a cure, has candidly lapidated it with sodium chloride.”
I was experiencing some hesitation in writing on Louise Casey’s review into opportunity and integration, for there is no theme or narrative in the report which I have not deconstructed and then exposed as being underpinned by fascist, neoconservative ideas. However, bar a few incisive comment pieces on the report, many articles have barely scratched the surface in terms of articulating just how repulsively dangerous the content of this Review really is. This requires documentation.
The drums of “integration” have been beating for years as minorities, and in particular the Muslim minority, have been objectified as convenient fodder for political exploitation; they are the glutton for systemic policy failures and the problems flowing from an ever widening economic (and reality) gap between the establishment and broader society. The review into integration by Louise Casey however, has a more explicitly sharper ideological slant, which can be traced to David Cameron’s reign and in…
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