Everything seems to be getting out of hand lately. I mean that twit Jonathan Ross gets off virtually scot free for his stupid and horrible prank he played on Manuel from “Fawlty Towers” aka Andrew Sachs and Carol Thatcher gets given her cards because of her “Golliwog” jest. A bit of a joke really and all this political correctness has gone too far. Apparently Evelyn Tsonga is deeply hurt! Come on Evelyn! What a joke, people in Palestine are deeply hurt not you or your son. Please!
There was a time in England when things were normal and we had golliwogs on our jam jars. Great stuff, nobody minded, nobody cared. We also had ba ba black sheep but he went out of the window, too – he’s now turned green! Half caste kids are not half caste anymore – they’re mixed race now. Coloured people are now offended as they are not “coloured” anymore but black. Another joke because if anyone had called them “black” in the past they would have been deeply wounded by such a term! Get that race card out!!
It’s seems to be today’s norm as well that instead of giving children in adoption to a loving couple who’d really take care of them they are given instead to a pair of homosexuals! This was the case that has been brushed under the carpet by Edinburgh council – nice one lads!
Spain plays England in a footy friendly tomorrow night and that brings back memories of Luis Aragon’s outburst of “shitty little black man” when he was speaking about Thierry Henry to José Antonio Reyes. Now what do we think about that? Obviously, as we know Spain is about 20 years behind the rest of the modern world when it comes to race and culture. Just have a look at one of my favourite sweets, they’re called conguitos and they have this little black guy on the packet with great big red lips. Spaniards on the whole don’t really give a toss anyway so why should we British be bothered about a golliwog?
Also I must mention Jeremy Clarkson and say “well done mate” for calling Gordon Brown a one eyed idiot with reference to his failings as a PM. We may as well put his sidekick Alistair (who’s your) Darling into the mix. I mean we all know that Scots are known as tight wads but these two clowns haven’t the slightest idea when it comes to handling the the country’s money, have they?
I would have expected more from the Scottish double act (ok I know Darling was born in London but to me he’s a Scot) to get us out of this mess. Could you imagine if the great Scottish parliament which is bereft of any Englishman by the way, trying to organise the Scottish economy? No, didn’t think so. They are far too clever – they want independence but they also want English money to do it. Clever little sods aren’t they?