The essay below by Seneca III is the latest in the “End Times of Albion” series. Previously: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5, Part 6A, Part 6B, Part 7A, Part 7B, Part 7C, and Part 8.
Hirsch + Hirsch and others — BAME Racism Echoing Through Feminist Megaphones
The End Times of Albion, Part 7D
by Seneca III
Another Hirsch: Shirin Hirsch
I came across Shirin Hirsch roughly about the same time as I did the Afua woman (Part 7B) but this time from a different direction. For the 50th anniversary of Enoch Powell’s ‘Rivers of Blood’ speech the BBC or a production company commissioned by it began to prepare a programme using the voice of an actor to replicate the voice of Powell because only a few fragmentary recordings of the original speech still exist.
It would appear that in the process the BBC (or the production company) consulted across a range of well-known race-baiters and asked them for a contribution without fully explaining the intent to broadcast the replicated speech in full.
When this became known it resulted in several of those contributors publicly withdrawing their sponsorship. The foremost amongst them was one Shirin Hirsch, a young woman whom I had never heard of before:
A controversial BBC broadcast of Enoch Powell’s notorious Rivers of Blood speech has been abandoned by its contributors amid a growing backlash…
…The BBC has responded to the criticism by urging people to “wait to hear the programme before they judge it.”
But Dr Shirin Hirsch, an academic at the University of Wolverhampton and a contributor to the show, said she was “disgusted by the way the BBC are promoting this” and had “made a mistake” for being interviewed.
She claimed on Twitter: “the producers are not answering my calls or emails where I am clearly asking for my quotes to be withdrawn”
Two things here put up my red flag; first that it was another Hirsch contributing to the deconstructionist dialectic so soon after the other; and secondly the name ‘Shirin’, which I recognised as a Muslim baby name meaning ‘sweet and pleasant’. The name is sometimes found within the Akan tribal grouping in Ghana, to which the Ashanti sub-tribe (more correctly ‘Assanti’) belongs (see 7B).
‘Curiouser and curiouser!” cried the Alice within me, and I decided a deeper look might well turn out to be productive. It was; here from Wolverhampton University’s web page:
Shirin Hirsch researches race, class and migration in post war British history. She is currently working on a public history project exploring Enoch Powell, race and resistance in the West Midlands. This focuses on the unstable relationship between Powell and his constituency and how Powell’s politics were negotiated in the area. 2018 will be the 50th anniversary of Powell’s ‘Rivers of Blood’ speech and to reflect on this moment, Shirin is working closely with the Wolverhampton Art Gallery and the artists Anand Chhabra and Jagdish Patel to prepare an exhibition on the speech and its impact in Wolverhampton. A number of events are planned in April involving the local community to draw out the memories of resistance in response to Powell’s speech and to document the experiences of ethnic minority communities in Wolverhampton. This project Shirin is coordinating has recently received/ shared Heritage Lottery funding.
I noted immediately that WU’s Faculty of Social Sciences is located in the ‘Mary Seacole’ Building. I knew, from past research into one of the biggest ideological scams of modern times, that there are at least two other Universities harbouring Mary Seacole buildings, Salford and Brunell.
Question: Who, then, is/was Mary Seacole?
Answer: A recently resurrected icon (and a very accomplished self-promoter) whose past became a carefully falsified construct of epic proportions that was foisted upon modern Britain by the butterfly horde of Marxist-Socialist social engineers who had been spawned by the pseudo-science of ‘Sociology’…and yes, you guessed it, Mary Seacole was not a native-born white Englishwoman, she was:
From Wiki (all bold is mine, S III):