“No one is born hating another person because of the color of his skin…People must learn to hate, and if they can learn to hate, they can be taught to love, for love comes more naturally to the human heart… ~
What black people went through during South Africa’s apartheid era was REAL and should it be taken for granted. The suffering, pain and the mental torture and torment…
”May humanity never again perpetuate such injustice against humanity’
Most people were horrified to see what did and took to twitter to express their views
My grandfather was a survivor of the holocaust. My family have learned from history to fight against all forms of racism. Rachel Riley is disgraceful for attacking Corbyn – a principled anti-racist – in the way she has #sackRachelRiley
— Alex Mayer (@alexr_cm) November 21, 2019
— Paul Benedict-Flynn (@PaulBennoFlynn) November 21, 2019
One of yours is profoundly disrespecting the seismic & historic struggle against state enforced racist murder & brutality.
You need to terminate her contract immediately. #sackrachelriley #dotherightthing #Apartheid #rachelriley pic.twitter.com/woYWzz4muu
— Ian Prowse (@IanProwse) November 21, 2019
Just seen #sackRachelRiley was trending.
Oh dear. Privileged white woman deleting the text on anti apartheid placard and replacing with her own slogan to have a pop at @jeremycorbyn.
Well that distasteful.
— ThatGingerBird (@ninjginge) November 21, 2019
Apartheid is real. It is not a cheap bargaining chip for politically motivated smears by wealthy TV personalities worried about their privilege being impacted by a @UKLabour government @Channel4 annel4 #SackRachelRiley #purdah #VoteLabourDecember12 pic.twitter.com/4DpV17Lj69
— Liverpool Riverside Labour Left (@RivLabLeft) November 21, 2019
People can forgive, however they can never the pain….!