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Racists tired with being branded racist
Straight talk, from straight faces
Sunday, December 4, 2016, 22:45:UTC)(
27 May 2014
MY BACK YARD, England -- A poll by Mori has revealed how the UK racist community are becoming increasingly frustrated with being labeled “racist”. The poll which asked 1012 racists if they’d been subjected to prejudice, found 82% of all racists had been branded racist at some point in the last 12 months.
“Just because I’m racist doesn’t mean I’m a racist,” 22 year old black-hater Derek Ambridge said today, “I’m sick with being tarred with same brush as other people who think exactly the same as me.”
The poll demonstrates how attitudes towards racists have failed to show improvement in the last decade. Many told the poll how they were overlooked for promotions, cups of tea and cuddles.
“I was easily more qualified than my colleague, and they were made department head over me, with the only explanation given, that they didn't repeatedly shout “nigger” when casual conversation turned to the subject of Morgan Freeman,” Eddie Regal (who didn’t want us to use his real name, so we called him George, and that seemed to keep him happy) said today.
Editor of I Don’t Know, They’re Just Different Aren’t They magazine is all too aware of the isolation casual racists face in 21st century Britain. He spoke about the double-standards his community faced:
“If I was to paint myself entirely purple and wonder around the street, I would expect people to make some kind of comment,” he said.