That Aidan Burley Olympics disaster in full


1:31 pm - July 28th 2012

by Sunny Hundal    


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Aidan Burley – the Tory MP previously exposed as having attended a Nazi-themed stag party, was caught shooting his mouth off last night.

This is what he tweeted during the Olympics opening ceremony

And then later…

Credit to one Tory MP for hitting back

Wikipedia wasn’t far behind.

So what exactly Aidan Burley mean?

He was asked to clarify by the media this morning.

He told BBC WM:

I agree [multi-culturalism] should be celebrated. I wasn’t having a go at multiculturalism itself, I was having a go at the rather trite way, frankly, it was represented in the opening ceremony.

We all love the NHS but really for all the people watching overseas, 20 minutes of children and nurses jumping on beds, that seems quite strange. And then we had all these rappers – that is what got me to the point about multiculturalism.

Is that what we are most proud of culturally?

He added his tweets might not have been the greatest thing for his career, but if it started a debate then it can only have been a good thing. I think the only debate started was how much of a prat Mr Burley is.

He also gave an interview to ITV this morning:

He says “parts of it were overtly political, like showing CND signs.”

He think that “it was all rather clichéd about multiculturalism” though he accepts he could have phrased his tweets better.

But in comments that could further annoy, he wondered “why there was the huge, disproportionate focus on rap music when it is a small part of multiculturalism.”

What focus on rap music? There was one bit of Dizzee Rascal rapping for a minute – that’s it.

Perhaps he just meant there were too many black people there?

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1. margin4error

I’m inclined to suggest that If this silly foreigner doesn’t like British culture maybe he should go home… 😉

But perhaps that’s unfair. I do sympathise, for example, with the concern that we had such a disproportionate focus on some liverpool band when Iron Maiden, formed in what would have been the shadow of the Orbit – were completely ignored… 🙂

If he meant rap music was too youthful – he should have said ‘youthful crap’ – but to call it multi-cultural (when Dizzee Rascal is as British as fish’n’chips) is dubious.

Burley is now being defended at Mail Online by a buffoon called Rick Dewsbury, who previously defended men who wolf-whistle and catcall at women. Dewsbury has problems with mixed race marriage in addition to all the rest of his baggage.

But this is yet another example of the “new Conservatism” coming out of the right, which is utterly intolerant and uncompromising. Anything that does not accord with their ideology is to be immediately attacked, and that includes the NHS.

In the longer term, though, folks like Aidan Burley, and all the others that have emerged from groups like the YBF, will not end up purifying Conservatism as they think they are doing – they will permanently poison it.

See also under what like minded groups in the USA are doing to the Republican Party. Eisenhower would not have been allowed in by such people, and Reagan would have had some difficulty.

Well is anyone really surprised?

He prefers 1936 German Olympics vintage with full Nazi salutes.

Tim Fenton

I’ve just seen the Rick Dewsbury blog – it’s so vile I can’t believe it’s legal or a sane person’s opinion… Attacking mixed marriages? How can this still be an attitude someone would put in print?

And shame on The Daily Mail for publishing it. Someone must know it’s not even an acceptable Tory position.

6. Chaise Guevara

Quite right. The Olympic Ceremony should have been several hours of footage of a white man in a Union Jack T-shirt watching Keeping Up Appearances while eating a sausage roll, periodically feeding bits of it to his bulldog, all set to our beautiful and not at all dirgey national anthem on a continuous loop, with a dramatic climax when he stands up to yell at some black kids to get off his lawn. Although those black kids might be a bit multicultural, come to think of it.

7. Chaise Guevara

More seriously, considering how big rap is with the younger generations, including it is not so much “multicultural” as it is “modern”.

It’s odd, all the people who complained that it was too “politically correct”; by which they mean that there were blacks and Asians in it. The opening ceremony was made up of volunteers; so, are these people saying that if your dance troupe/hospital wanted to take part in the ceremony, then the blacks and Asians should have been denied the opportunity? That they should have been weeded out? The teacher at the school or the dance class should only offer the chance to the white pupils and tell the black ones that they are not wanted? I would like to understand how Toby Young’s and Aidan Burley’s ideal, volunteer-led signing-up process would have gone about. Maybe they would have made two lists – one for whites and one for blacks and Asians, then chucked the latter in the bin.

I’ve written a few thoughts on the subject here:

http://representingthemambo.wordpress.com/2012/07/28/a-racist-tory-mp-never/

10. Chaise Guevara

@ 8 Granted

“It’s odd, all the people who complained that it was too “politically correct”; by which they mean that there were blacks and Asians in it. ”

I’m trying to work out what a genuinely “PC gone mad” show would have looked like. All I can come up with is a screen flashing up messages like “The Jockey’s Aren’t Short They’re Vertically Challenged” and “All Religious Beliefs Are Charming And Beyond Reproach” and “We Designed This Using A Thought Shower Because Brain Storms Are Offensive To Epileptics”.

Although I don’t use Twitter I love how it has the power to expose people for who they really are. Fortunately he stands a decent chance of losing his seat at the next general election.

Tory scum. Fuck ’em.

Aiden Burley could have made a valid complaint about the Olympic ceremonials had he remarked on the failure to celebrate Britain’s history of outstanding scientific achievements from Newton through vaccination to Maxwell’s equations for eletro-magnetism, the discovery of the electron, television, splitting the atom, Penicillin, antimatter, Turing and computers, and DNA.

Ignorance is strength.

14. Chaise Guevara

@ 13 Bob B

Intersting point. They were obviously keeping quiet about Turing because he was gay, bloody right-wing agenda.

Aiden Burley was right. Almost certainly, there was a left-wing conspiracy in the Olympic opening ceremony. Why else did they omit to celebrate the well-established historical fact that Sandwiches are another British invention which has been universally adopted.

The only credible explanation is because Sandwiches are so named after the Fourth Earl of Sandwich, a Peer of the Realm, who was making a request for refreshments during the course of a late gambling session:
http://www.wordsources.info/words-mod-sandwich.html

I was watching from the US which gave a different persepective. The commentators found the NHS section interesting (but not “strange”), contrasting our apparent unity on the subject with their own huge differences over Obamacare.

Where was all the multi-culti crap anyway? Did I miss something shocking? Probably happened during the ad breaks I suppose.

Give Aidan Burley a break, whilst mouthing off nonsense at least he’d paused from eating the flesh of the poor.

The ceremony was pretty gross, though.

In the 21st Century, Tory MPs write stuff like this:

.@AidanBurleyMP With respect, us Londoners are rather proud of the diversity of our city #nothingleftwingaboutit

Gavin Barwell has all the gravitas of a teenage girl.

Burley was once president of the Oxford University Conservative Association, which has been the centre of controversy for the last 30 years or so. Anti-Semitism is de rigueur as is dressing up in SS uniform.
http://oxfordstudent.com/2011/11/08/leaked-documents-reveal-ouca-as-corrupt-from-top-to-bottom/

22. margin4error

If, as seems possible, swivel-eyed weirdo right wing zealots didn’t like the opening ceremony – is that not yet another wonderful cause to celebrate it?

Well at least he managed to get his occupation right.

Of course he meant too many black people. There was nothing multicultural about the opening ceremony. Christian hymns, themes from British history, the monarchy, the armed forces, a celebration of British music and film, and a hat tip to an NHS which the Tories tell us is safe in their hands because they are passionate about it.

25. Links oder Rechts

Good on him. Really is it so unfair to suggest that the ceremony was a gross over representation of ethnic minority groups. Multiculturalism is a forced myth in this weak limp wristed liberal country. Embrace it all you want from your middle class protected enclaves where the real world is something one postulates about over a pimms in the JCR. Trendy and most likely knicker wetting to Beatrice from Burnham, but naive and ignorant to us in the real world who have the reality of multiculturalism on our doorstep. For example the disgusting events in Rochdale, Manchester, Blackpool, Slough etal where the people you namby pamby’s would defend savagely prey on our young girls and deal their filth drugs. But hey I’m probably just a racist who miscalculates the disproportionate criminal convictions amongst these horrible people for such things as rape, class a drug supply, child sex offences etc etc etc etc. PLEASE GET A GRIP IF YOUR LIMP WRISTS WILL ALLOW IT.

26. margin4error

Links
You are indeed a racist.

And the number of minorities in the show, which so annoyed the middle class immigrant MP who wears Nazi uniforms, was in fact really quite proportional indeed in London.

You need to remember, this isn’t the British Olympics. It is the London games. And while our media in this country is very white and middle class, because that’s the country we live in, our city is a much better place for being unrepresentative of England.

Multicultural is a very different thing to multiracial. Commentators on the right seem to be finding the distinction difficult to make – which tells us a lot about what they are really attacking when they lambast multiculturalism.

Links

There are plenty of criminals whose genes have been in Britain since 1066 or the year dot… If you choose to concentrate on the skin colour or religion of a few of them, then I’m afraid you are a racist.

The only thing I’d allow you to attack is progressive education – I had a progressive education – it doesn’t work. You have to get a tradition education – off your own bat – quickly – to keep up with the public school kids (half of whom are pretty dim)… So concentrate your ‘Britain stinks because…’ comments on that. It’s more worthy.

29. Chaise Guevara

“Embrace it all you want from your middle class protected enclaves where the real world is something one postulates about over a pimms in the JCR. ”

Ah yes, I spend all my time postulating over a Pimms in the JCR, even though I don’t actually know what a JCR is. Maybe it’s the panic room in my protected enclave.

Links, of course, lives a life free of luxuries, and spends his evenings dressing up as a bat to fight crime. He is a grumpy, racist, delusional inspiration to us all.

30. margin4error

I glossed over that actually Chaise.

Anyone know what a JCR is?

31. Chaise Guevara

@ 30 m4e

“Anyone know what a JCR is?”

I have decided that it is a really posh bulldozer.

The last time i went to Stratford in London, there were loads of couples where one partner was black and the other partner was white. They probabley have much more in common with each other than they would ever have with someone who went to public school. And isn’t the olympics multiculteral?

Lynne: “The last time i went to Stratford in London, there were loads of couples where one partner was black and the other partner was white.”

As a little online researching will show, in web usage, BBC often doesn’t stand for the British Broadcasting Corporation but something quite different.

34. margin4error

Chaise

I can go with that. Until I find otherwise it is a very posh bulldozer with a special unit built in to keep the Pimms cold…

Lynne

Spot on. East London is very diverse in regards to race and many of us have been are are in relationships with people of different races. Of course dating Toiries is a lot harder, socially speaking…

35. Chaise Guevara

@ 34 m4e

“I can go with that. Until I find otherwise it is a very posh bulldozer with a special unit built in to keep the Pimms cold… ”

It also has a machine that dispenses chorizo and rocket sandwiches on artisan bread.

36. margin4error

I feel bad now that I’ve only ever had a JCB. They are damned hard to drive with these limp wrists of mine…

37. Chaise Guevara

@ m4e

Incidentally, it’s good to see that for once we have a racist who doesn’t beat around the bush and instead defines all non-whites (as far as I can tell) as “horrible people”. A good old-fashioned bigot, you don’t see them much these days.

38. margin4error

True – it is a rare thing and all the better for it, but at least it isn’t dressed up in the pretence of disliking multi-culturalism or political correctness “gone mad”.

39. Katherine

Alas, I do know what a JCR is. It’s a Junior Common Room what is in a Cambridge college (and possibly other old posh educational institutions). It’s the common room for the undergrads – ie where they socialise.

The room for the postgrads is the MCR (Middle Common Room), and the room for the lecturers, professors etc is the SCR (Senior Common Room).

So he’s accusing you of being educated and elitist. I suspect the phrase “ivory tower” is quivering on his lips. He seems also strangely to be accusing you of being probably between 18 and 22, but it’s not clear whether this is because he really thinks you’re all young toffs (because only young toffs go to Oxbridge amirite?) or because he once heard about JCRs and don’t quite understand the context, but likes throwing it into accusations.

40. Chaise Guevara

@ 39 Katherine

Ah, thanks for the clarification. If he’s heard of these rooms but the rest of us (you excepted) have not, maybe that means he himself has been to Oxford?

And yeah, the bullshit elitist claim shines through either way. Perfectly standard ad-hom used against liberals by grumpy conservatives who don’t have any real points to make. Half the time I suspect those conservatives are richer and posher than the people they’re shouting at. Although for full disclosure after my post @35, I should confess that I have been known to enjoy a chorizo and rocket sandwich.

41. Shatterface

I used to have a JCR but I upgraded to DVD and then Blu-ray.

I thought it was bloody magnificent – a pity it’s going to be followed by weeks of bloody sport!

I still have massive objections to the way the games are being policed but Boyle did the country proud.

Highlight: Ave Maria. Some distortion to the sound but deeply moving nontheless.

Anyone know if there’ll be a 3-D Blu-ray release to go with the soundtrack album?

42. margin4error

I prefered the digger with a Pimms cooler and sandwiches…

Ironically, does this mean there’s a chance that our man of the (racist) people is in fact possibly a little more ivory tower than Chaise or me? After all, it might be that he has in fact been to some such high brow school or uni while we clearly have not.

Also – this liberal elite pushing multi-culture on our resentful common majority doesn’t ring true in England. It just doesn’t translate from America as much as racists may like it to.

This is partly evident in the rather illiberal nature of a nzi uniform wearing (but ultimately foreign) elite like Aiden Burley – but also, in London especially one could reasonably argue that our working classes, with our drugs use and inter-racial integration (never imagined that integration would one day be a metaphore for sex) are perhaps more liberal than our liberal elite.

Certainly my instinctiive perception is that our working classes are more likely to marry (or not marry these days) across racial divides, while the not so liberal and largely white elite tend to marry others from within the elite – and thus tend to have their options limited to (largely) other white people while banning us from using our drugs liberally.

43. Shatterface

This is partly evident in the rather illiberal nature of a nzi uniform wearing (but ultimately foreign) elite like Aiden Burley – but also, in London especially one could reasonably argue that our working classes, with our drugs use and inter-racial integration (never imagined that integration would one day be a metaphore for sex) are perhaps more liberal than our liberal elite.

When it comes to mixed marriages we (horny handed sons of toil like myself) are way ahead – and I’ve never yet met a working class person who moved to another catchment area so their kids wouldn’t share a class with Johnny Foreigner.

@1.margin4error.

Excellent point about Iron Maiden…80 million albums sold around the world and they played their first gig in a pub just around the corner from the Olympic stadium.

East London heroes definitely.

45. mergin4error

NW

yep genuine global icons of British music – though Britain tends to overlook them.

The gripe I have with the opening ceremony is not about some pop music being overlooked but the almost complete sidelining of Britain’s history of outstanding scientific achievement.

We could add to that neglecting the seminal contributions of British writers to philosophy, political theory and political economy. Magna Carta of 1215 created the notion of Rights embedded in and protcted by law. A robust case can be made for claiming that Britain pretty well invented the modern world. Try: Niall Ferguson – Empire: How Britain Made the Modern World – Why Britain? 1/5
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rSbMBh0YC1c

I thought Olympic Ceremonies only had to be ‘not completely boring and incompetent’.

I didn’t think they had to be an accurate history lesson – or a coherent political philosophy (apart from not violating the Olympic ethos) – or everything British and the kitchen sink.

I did think it was obviously just stuff Danny Boyle liked vaguely arranged in historical themes with too much of the 90s rave culture that made his name.

But I didn’t think that was a problem. It had to be something.

And it’s normally just people in Lycra doing synchronized dancing & Boris on the bus in Beijing was far more embarrassing.

48. margin4error

Karen

I shouldn’t fret about Bob’s complaints. He tends to complain about everything that it isn’t entirely 100% comprehensive about the whole world. Be it an article on reviving Tottenham after the riots (criticised for not being about Croydon) or the Olympic ceremony (not being three years long to incorporate a comprehensive coverage of everything associated with Britain in detail) – he will generally come out with some well articulated but ultimately not very useful complaint to demonstrate that he has an interest and knowledge.

Much like my own dissapointment that Iron Maiden went without mention.

Chaise:

Incidentally, it’s good to see that for once we have a racist who doesn’t beat around the bush and instead defines all non-whites (as far as I can tell) as “horrible people”. A good old-fashioned bigot, you don’t see them much these days.

– I think Danny Boyle planned to have had a whole section of the ceremony, sentimentally celebrating good British old fashioned bigots, how they were crucial to the development of the empire, and how important their values are to civil life today. However, there were no old fashioned bigots willing to spare their time to give something positive back to society. All that emerged of this piece was some twittering hatred from Aidan Burley – a wasted costume hire – and Ian Gordon’s Guardian article lamenting the decline of the “pint with a rascist”.

50. margin4error

I remember having a pint with a racist once. He was an old chap and he was complaining about his son – who was a copper – because he had bought into all this disgusting lefty multi-cultural rubbish that they made him do as a copper (what with community relations not generally being helped by bashing black people for fun).

I found it really uplifting to think that even from such filth the younger generation can find its own way to a better way of life.

51. Chaise Guevara

BTW, Cameron’s condemned Burley’s remarks, calling them “idiotic” and saying that his earlier comment that “too many tweets make a twat” is relevant here, so basically he’s called Burley a twat.

Hard to know to what extent this is because Cameron disagrees RE multiculturalism, and to what extent it’s because bashing the Olympics is not politically savvy.

@ 49 davidh

That would have been sort-of awesome.

52. margin4error

Chaise

In fairness to Cameron – while it is politically expedient to say what he did – he didn’t leave any sort of equivocation about how he felt on on the right honourable member for SS’s view.

Also – Having enjoyed the ceremony in the company of a card carrying Tory who would once have been a “one nation” tory but is now labelled “centrist” and who was moved to tears at one point – I suspect the relatively “centrist” Cameron genuinely doesn’t agree with the nazi wing of his party on this issue.

Which makes sense as there was nothing very left wing about it at all – and nothing particularly multicultural about it other than that it reflected modern life as we know it in this country.

Sad that the Olympic ceremony did virtually nothing to celebrate Britain’s scientific achievemnts beyond spotlighting Sir Tim Berners-Lee who invented the worldwide web – note, he didn’t invent the internet which is the physical network on which the www runs, along with many private webs.

I would have thought Newton, vaccination, television, Penicillin, splitting the atom, Turing and computers and DNA were worth a mention. I think the fundamental problem is that too many who come from careers in the creative arts, media, sports and even finance understand sufficient about science to appreciate the extent of Britain’s historic achievement.

54. margin4error

Bob

Are you saying that it was bad because it didn’t cover absolutely everything?

margin4error & Bob

Just imagine the nightmare of trying to arrange thousands of dancing pixels and spores and fractions!

He could’ve included a montage of 70s Open University Science programmes – Aidan Burley would’ve imploded and we’d all be able to laugh at the kipper ties.

56. margin4error

Perhaps he’s saving that for the closing event Karen…


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