“Viseum's Community SafetyWatch success is very important to London, the United Kingdom and indeed the rest of the world.” "The challenge is the powerful few who control world resources. They will resist any change right up to the end." "Up to 2021, less than 1% of humanity controlled everything because they owned everything. Greed became normalised and we began destroying ourselves on a colossal scale. Ironically, a pandemic connected everyone and we figured it out just in time!"

Race discrimination is a global problem so why is it still happening?

Minorities consistently tell their institutions that their public services lack equality. But civil servants are wrongfully trained to respond to this by saying, “Discrimination is everywhere and we just have to accept it.”

 

The video of the murder of George Floyd displayed to the world the need for change. Everyone could see the look in the murderer’s eyes. This criminal was not thinking anything. This brutal murder shows how this abuse of power has evolved a warped institutionalised instinct.

What is Institutional Racism?

Being institutionalised influences what people do and how they think. Institutional Racism is not a conscious decision. Horrifyingly, some actions also bypass conscious thought. Institutional Racism refers to the instinctive, unjust and discriminatory mistreatment of an individual or group of individuals by society and its institutions as a whole. This is through unequal selection or bias, intentional or unintentional.

What is Abuse of Power?

Abuse of power or abuse of authority, in the form of “official misconduct”, is the commission of an unlawful act, done in an official capacity, which affects the performance of official duties. Officials who utilise abuse of power are often those who exploit the ability to use corruption for their advantage.

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This video highlights the racist social culture against African Americans in the US. Again, if it weren’t for mobile phone video this racist could have destroyed this man’s life, by having him falsely arrested.

Quote from a protester of the George Floyd murder

“The United States of America is one of the few modern countries that still allow those in jail to do forced labour. Many laws, police and jail systems were developed when slaves were freed, to take them back into penile labour. This incentivised a social culture of being part of arresting minorities for minor or bogus reports. Such as possessing marijuana or counterfeit money in some states for 10 years. Being rewarded with a cheap source of labour also incentivised law enforcement culture to extend minorities’ sentences. For any misconduct they can think of or even fabricate.”

England’s Institutional Racism

You are a minority so you will be treated this way throughout your daily life.” (London council)

Before the murder of George Floyd, we published some extreme case studies to inspire the need for change. The first case study is about institutional racism in England. Minority families were targeted by public servants, to be used as a free resource to help the smooth running of public services. Showing how institutional racism has become normal in today’s way of life in England.

It is well known in racial support groups that mixed-race families experience racism the worst. This is further compounded by perpetrators from minority races. They feel excused and they instinctively take their own experiences of racism to their victims. In proving this, this mixed-race family’s story was heavily marketed in England. Not many read it until their mixed-race heritage was deleted. As soon as this story was rewritten it shocked many millions.

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