British best

The news is out: [Broadcaster Danny Baker has been fired by the BBC after he tweeted a joke about the Duke and Duchess Of Sussex’s son using a picture of a chimpanzee.
Harry and Meghan revealed on Wednesday that their new arrival was named Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor.
Radio DJ Baker made a joke about the birth, tweeting a black and white photo showing a well-dressed man and woman holding hands with a suited chimpanzee.
Baker captioned it: “Royal baby leaves hospital“. Following a backlash and allegations of racism given the Duchess of Sussex is mixed race, he deleted the post and apologized.
On Thursday morning, he posted another message on social media, saying he had been “fired” by the BBC, later saying he had made a “grotesque mistake”.]

Anyone, who is shocked by that, is a fool. The sad part is stuff like this always comes from certain people repeating the nonsense they learned from their ignorant parents. The British are well known for their racism; it is so virulent that they exported it here to America.

Here comes that kicking horse again. One more time for the maggots with two drunk brain cells fighting over the couch: so far in the history of the world, there has been no discovery of monkeys with nappy, woolly hair, thick lips, big boobs and round butt; all the models displayed on National Geographic have straight hair, thin lips, flat chest and butt just like the Europeans.

1 thought on “British best”

  1. This reminded me of a simlar story from a few years back in London, Ontario. A man in the crowd at an OHL hockey game threw a banana as a black player stepped onto the ice.

    As if to demonstrate that nobody is perfect, later that week the black player uttered a homophobic slur at another player.

    The recipient of the homophobic slur wasn’t any genius either. Two years earlier he was suspended for calling out another player for taking his “sloppy seconds” in a TV interview.

    Why can’t we all just get along?

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