BMA Removes Black Junior Doctor From Ruling Council After Anti-White Comments

by TBG

BMA Removes Black Junior Doctor From Ruling Council After Anti-White Comments

Edit: Dr Oki has now protected his tweets, only visible to his followers.

In a surprising move, a Nigerian doctor, Dr. Kayodi Oki, has been removed from the BMA's ruling council after articles in the Sun and Mail outlined his attacks on White Britain and British people. Dr. Oki was one of those plotting the recent series of doctors' strikes that many feel have put the welfare of our people in jeopardy. 

Dr Oki has come out fighting, saying he "was elected on a platform of being a “troublemaker” "...The first step is dismantling the white supremacist patriarchy we inhabit, and our institutions propagate."

The lens he sees our society through is best described by him as "everything always comes back to white supremacy and anti-blackness" a regular refrain in his postings. He believes that if "“diversity” isn’t at the core of what you’re doing. It’s quite clearly colonialism and white supremacy "and that "white people try to dominate every space." As far as White children goes, he feels that "racism is a rite of passage for white teens." He does share something with us though, in mistrusting the motivations of the White 'anti-racists': "if white people are loving the "anti-racism work" it is wayward in some way."

White women don't fare much better. He suggests he refuses to get into a lift with White women and accentuates his homosexuality, to avoid accusations of rape. Also saying "white women are scary" and later suggesting that they steal his good ideas. It is not clear whether he will still go ahead with his speech to the Royal College Of Surgeons' LGBT conference

We don't know when Oki came to the United Kingdom, but he was a student at Dundee University medical school where he was helped with a bursary towards his student fees. Dundee requires grades ABB at minimum to sit the MBChB Medicine course.

Oki outlines that while at university a student submitted a 40 page report on what they believed were Oki's racist anti-White tendencies towards other students. There was some question after this, according to him, as to whether the university would allow him to finish the Foundation 1 doctors course. 


What's surprising is that the BMA, a left-wing doctor's union, took these steps. They produce continual pieces on 'racism' and suggest in reports that " 91% of respondents from Black backgrounds experienced racism at work." This action by them therefore, while mild and proportionate, will cause them serious kickback from their progressive and minority membership. 

These opinions are also very common among activist black medical staff as they are among the hundreds whose names are mentioned in a petition to have him reinstated. One of his supporters, Anton Emmanuel is a general example. An immigrant too, he is continually talking about issues of 'discrimination' and 'structural racism' in the NHS and society. Wherever you fall on this issue, if as he states, 21% of black medical staff experience discrimination then for the sake of those staff and British people, it would be much better to train more British people for the roles and not import foreign non-White workers into the NHS. This is just one of the many reasons why this policy is desirable.

That should be our key takeaway from this transient controversy.  No matter how many times the mantra is heard, diversity is not our strength, it's a source of division. For minority groups it creates a belief in their being a victimised class and labels White people as oppressors and their society as oppressive, whether wittingly or not. 

By increasing the level of diversity in our society as government policy relentlessly does, these issues become ever more acute.  Therefore, the only practical and rational solution is to go back in the opposite direction and put these policies into reverse.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       

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