Racist graffiti insulting white people and telling them to move out of town has been found painted on a quiet side street of Dewsbury, West Yorkshire.
The words ‘white slags’, ‘old white basterds’ (sic) and ‘white people move out ov Ravy!!’ (sic) were daubed on properties in Crawshaw Street in the Ravensthorpe area earlier this month.
A tag alongside the graffiti, ‘RTS’, had residents worried, as it was thought to refer to a local Asian gang who call themselves the Ravey Terror Squad.
The notorious group was behind a series of unprovoked attacks on white people on or near the Calder Valley Greenway in 2007.
The graffiti prompted one resident to put up CCTV cameras around the area the next day, but they were mysteriously torn down soon after.
Of course, the mainstream media have totally ignored the crimes, despite their usual habit of lapping up such stories if they involve alleged racism towards non-whites.
For example, in February this year, the BBC saw fit to call someone painting the letters ‘PLM’ on a wall in Northamptonshire ‘racist graffiti’ and an ‘attack on ethnic minority residents’.
According to the report, entitled ‘Racist graffiti scrawled on houses in Wellingborough’, the letters PLM are racist towards Asians, and constitute a ‘hate crime’.
‘PLM’ apparently stands for a ‘racist phrase’ and causes offence to people from India, Bangladesh and Pakistan, and therefore was worthy of being featured on the BBC’s website.
Clearly it is more racist than ‘white slags’ and ‘old white basterds’, because this story from Dewsbury has not made it onto the BBC, or any other national news site.
What ‘PLM’ actually stands for, however, is anybody’s guess.