It’s amazing whenever racism [and hatred] makes the mainstream media everyone pretends to be so shocked, especially those that have encouraged it:
Boris Johnson being one
- Boris Johnson has a long record of controversial comments about women, gay people and ethnic minorities.
- He has called gay men "bumboys," and compared Muslim women to "letterboxes."
- In one column he labeled black Africans "piccaninnies" with "watermelon smiles."
- He suggested that Malaysian women only go to university "to find men to marry."
Then everyone comes out with but, but XXX is not a racist country….
How many times have we heard this before?
When racist comments make social media, who the hell is surprised, it’s all the tech giants fault and so on, I call bullshit.
What am I talking about?
And so, back to black. The Wembley gates have been rushed. Anthems have been booed, stewards punched, murals defaced, racism paraded across social media. The lads are gacked up on Cake and Russel Dust outside Bella Pasta, flicking Vs in little Italy, abusing passers-by in the tube station.
A prime minister who has done more than any other person in Britain to enable division and stupidity, has sent a message condemning division and stupidity. A home secretary who employs cynical and divisive rhetoric is “disgusted” to find people have taken her seriously.
Oh, I know Boris didn’t do it on social media he said his comments in the “Daily Telegraph” racism in a serious [conservative soap box] newspaper somehow makes it alright.
I’m sick to the back teeth of hypocrites.
I’m sick of racists.
Furthermore, I’m sick of bigots
I’m sick of thugs.
In other words
I’m sick of populist leaders.
It starts at the top, that’s where hate is justified.