Many years ago, before the Lord saved me, I used to greatly enjoy going to Speaker`s Corner in London for the amazing free entertainment.
During the 1970s and the 1980s there was a man who spoke regularly at the venue, he was highly intelligent, very humorous, and I must say, the very best orator I have ever heard in real life, a very talented man indeed.
Since the advent of the internet, I have on a number of occasions tried to look up reference to him via cyberspace, sadly there was very little information available.
Guess what? Someone has uploaded a few videos of him for all to see and hear, I will not be posting them here, as he tended to use bad language on occasions.
If my memory serves me right, I think he described himself as an activist for “Black Civil Rights,” or something along those lines.
One of his great delights was focusing on white American tourists, of whom there was always a plentiful supply at Speakers Corner in that era.
He would begin in a friendly, jocular fashion by asking them, “Are you Americans?”
In most instances they were delighted to be recognised, and they happily replied “Yes we are Americans.”
Roy Sawh would then say to them, “Are you proud to be Americans?” Naturally they would respond, “We are very proud to be Americans.”
Then Sawh would hit them with the sucker punch, “Are the Red Indians proud to be Amercians?”
Once the American tourists heard this, they immediately would become alarmed, Roy Sawh would then launch into a furious tirade about all the alleged crimes committed by white Americans against the various minorities.
There was always white English people in the crowd to who would get very angry but most of them would just murmur among themselves, as they could not get the better of Sawh in open, public debate.
Once a white English man did shout up at Sawh, “White culture is superior to black culture!”
Sawh immediately responded, “My friend, In my country if you marry your cousin, we call it incest. In your country if you marry your cousin, you call it Royalty, now which culture is the most superior?”
As far as I can gather, it was Roy Sawh who invented the infamous phrase about British females and politics.
“British women are conservative by day, liberal by night and in labour nine months later!”
The reason I am posting this is to highlight something which greatly puzzled me over the years. Over the decades since the 1970s there has occasionally been outbreaks of serious trouble in black areas of the UK.
When these outbreaks of trouble occurred I was always expecting to see Roy Sawh appearing on the MSM channels as a “spokesperson” as to why the trouble was occurring, as he was the best qualified spokesperson to do the task. He never did appear on MSM and that puzzled me for some considerable time.
It does not puzzle me anymore, I now understand why Roy Sawh was never promoted by the UK MSM.
Sawh was far too talented and capable, he had all the natural abilities needed to instigate a real uprising of black people within the UK, for this reason the UK authorities would have gone to some considerable lengths to ensure he was never given a public platform. To put it bluntly, he was too dangerous!
Only mediocrities who will not rock any boats, are allowed to flourish in UK public life. This unofficial rule particularly applies to “Political Unionism.”
Imagine if Roy Sawh had attempted to join the Labour party, they would have had a fit, and would have shown him the door immediately, as he would have easily outshone them all!
Sadly Roy Sawh is now in hell, all the great skills and talents he had, he used in the service of the Devil. I guess his story is similar to the story of Malcolm X.
If Sawh had been one of God`s elect and God had called him to preach and had given him the necessary talents I am pretty certain he would nave become one of the best preachers in the world. Sadly, it was not to be.
God`s wisdom is contrary to the world`s wisdom, God generally uses people who have no great talents!
1 Corinthians 1:27 But God hath chosen the foolish things of the world to confound the wise; and God hath chosen the weak things of the world to confound the things which are mighty;