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  • ross1948 16:47 on November 12, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: 'coloured people', , , , , Greg Clarke, , Ken Brennan MP,   

    Colourful Language And Clarke’s Resignation! 


    The BBC is now telling its millions of English-speakers how they may use the English language….

    Warning: This report contains offensive language.

    Greg Clarke has resigned as chairman of the Football Association after using offensive language about black players.

    The FA boss had used the term “coloured footballers” as he spoke to MPs about diversity and racial abuse against black players.

    He apologised…

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    Unbelievably, that arrogant chunk of hogwash ( without the pictorial embellishments, which are mine!) appear on the BBC’s website…

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    UNSIGNED…so it’s not there as a personal opinion penned by one of their Bigot Bias Coven, but as some sort of compressed multicultist Ten Commandments.

    Like most people, I was incensed when I heard some slimy uptight cur on UK Pravda yesterday telling us that the Football Association’s Mr. Greg Clarke….

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    Greg Clarke

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    ….had committed the high crime and misdemeanour of ‘outdated and offensive’ language and that UK Pravda was apologising in advance for inflicting torture on hyper-sensitive creeps among its global audience.

    I steeled myself for the auditory ordeal, wondering if, even in the interests of transparency, the BBC would air the notorious ‘N’ word.

    Fat chance!

    Instead, we had a pleasant man in middle age talking sympatheitcally about the problems of coloured people.

    I waited.

    When was Clarke going to snarl and turn ‘offensive?’

    His Football Association has shown itself pathetic and servile, true…

    Petition To Football Association – Scrap The BLM Cr-p! 

    … but on this particular day he was stating obvious truths, that South Asians were well-known for tech skills, that black men often turned out to be skilled footballers.

    The man was speaking in perfectly normal, understandable, modern English.

    Nothing ‘outdated.’

    Then the chairman of the House of Commons Committee he was talking to….

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    ..a Stalinoid puke named Kevin Brennan MP, asked him in intimidatory manner if he ‘would withdraw‘ the words used.

    So what did the victim of the witch-hunt actually say?

    ….he used the term “coloured” to describe black, Asian and minority ethnic people and suggested that “different career interests” led south Asian people to choose careers in IT over sport. He also described a gay player coming out as a ‘life choice’ and recounted an anecdote about girl footballers being afraid to be hit by a ball….

    In other words, NOTHING remotely offensive!

    Nor outdated. 

    Later we saw another Stalinoid puke, a nasty uptight called Sanjay, Bhandari, apparently head-berk with a whine-gang called ‘Kick It Out,’ who eagerly put the boot in…

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    …while some  BBC bum, Dan Roan, ‘sports editor,’ was soon righteously rabbiting about how the victim had shown how ‘the game has failed to move forward.’

    I’d not seen or heard of Roan before…

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    BBC Sport’s Dan Roan ‘taken off air’ after offensive comments about tragic Leicester City owner – as he faces calls to resign..

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    ….so checked up and learned that he is a slimy creep, who scurrilously, swinishly, gossiped about a dead man at the scene of the crash in which the man had died horribly.

    Mr Roan was picked up on a live Sky News feed having a conversation in which he mocked Mr Srivaddhanaprabha’s marriage and hinted that his assistant was also his ‘mistress’.

    https://au.sports.yahoo.com/reporters-salacious-comments-late-football-boss-broadcast-live-214031013.html

    What a pig!

    But the BBC didn’t fire him, despite a petition from angry citizens!

    They wallow in tax-payers’ money but they refused to tell tax-payers what, if any, disciplinary measures were taken against Rotter Roan!

    Of course BBC rather like pigs.

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    BBC’s Beastly Begum-Symp – More Awful Than Maitlis

    They really, really like pigs – they employ Emma Barnett, don’t they!

    And every UK Pravda parasite has its snout in the tax-trough!

     
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    According to various media reports, nobody on that parliamentary committee spoke up on Clarke’s behalf.

    Nobody declared that a Brit in his parliament could and should speak freely, with being subjected to PC bullying.

    One ‘Conservative’ MP Julian Knight…

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    Julian Knight MP

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    …brayed about how the victim was right to apologise, which is absolute drivel.

    Clarke should have told Commissar Brennan to get stuffed.

    He should have reminded the Commons cowards that the real people of the UK do not like being lectured and bullied by Politically Correct low-lifes.

    Or Tory turds like Julian Knight, who is himself ex-BBC, and a Remainer, exactly the sort who should be de-selected.

     
    • Vanessa Reilly 21:11 on November 12, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      About time somebody said this.
      The FA let everyday England supporters down with all that BLM kneeling but the way Clarke has been treated is out of order.
      Who do these BBC toffs think they are telling us that calling coloured people ‘coloured people’ is either outdated or offensive?
      When I was younger, it was quite common to refer to ‘darkies’ but we were told that was mean and it was polite to say ‘coloured people ‘
      That was what the negroes said themselves when they started NAACP in America, am I right?
      These things come and go, but coloured people is much more like real clear English than the clumsy ‘people of colour.’

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  • ross1948 18:56 on March 13, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: 'coloured people', 'people of colour', , diane abbot, , , ,   

    Awful Amber Grovels To Race-Obsessed Uptights! 


    Sticking up for the ghastly Amber Rudd is irksome to say the least but when a bunch of whining dorks start sticking it to her for using a perfectly inoffensive phrase like ‘coloured people’ – it really is time somebody slapped the uppities down.

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    According to The Independent, Rudd is being ‘lambasted’ for describing the repulsive Diane Abbot as a ‘coloured woman.’

    Here’s a picture of Corbyn’s ex-bed-mate…

    Ugly Abbott

    …and I could use some fairly mean adjectives to describe her.

    But since she is clearly not a white woman, and, like many West Indian-origin people, not really very black either, I’d have thought ‘colored’ is both reasonably accurate and plainly inoffensive.

    Bored at home on Sunday, I took the trouble to look into the origin of the childish prejudice that some coloured people have about being called ‘coloured people!’

    Apparently it’s because such usage implies that ‘white’ is normal and everybody else is therefore not!

    Go figure.

    Seems to be just another example of uptight obsession with race.

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    Even more so, when the uptights’ preferred mode of description turns out to be ‘people of colour!’

    What’s the diff?

    If  comparison of ‘white’ with ‘colour’ is what provokes infantile tantrums like that currently besetting Awful Amber, then ‘coloured people’ is neither more nor less  provocative than ‘people of colour.’

    ‘Mulatto’ was the traditional word for somebody of mixed white and black race – were Abbot to be thus addressed, would she explode?

    Now there’s a thought!

    These whiney wallies are SO tiresome.

    But what is most pathetic is Rudd’s subsequent grovelling.

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    She is humbly ‘apologising’ for her “clumsy language,” instead of telling the pathetic clown critics to get a life!

     

     
    • Brad Shea 20:06 on March 13, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      You are gallant to defend that Rudd, too nice to her altogether, sfter she brought in all those so-called ‘children’ from Calais who looked like army drop-outs.
      There is far too much fuss about race and colour. It started with Harold Wilson in the 60s, race laws that stopped employers choosing who they wanted to employ, and then anti-free speech laws that made everyone pipe down for fear of prosecution.
      Now we are so oppressed that even a Cabinet Minister has to apologise for calling somebody a coloured woman.
      Even when that somebody is a coloured woman.

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    • Noreen Paterson 20:55 on March 13, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Don’t waste a moment of your writing talents on Rudd. She is not worth it.
      It’s quite true what you say about colour. I’m always annoyed when I read about rows like this, a great lot of blather about nothing. Amber Rudd should never have apologised.
      PC speech codes are insulting.
      Who cares how we refer to each other?

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    • Derry Dawlin 04:10 on May 13, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      I was reading about that guy fired by the BBC for his monkey joke and this came to mind.
      Did you miss the latest ‘race-row?’ When will Britain recover her sense of humour?
      I never saw so much wasted emotion, all the far left (including the editor of The Scotsman!) screaming for the poor guy’s head.
      And the BBC duly chopped him.

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