Wednesday, March 11, 2015

BBC Suspends Jeremy Clarkson



There has been a rash of White people saying naughty things. And a White person saying a naughty thing gets more coverage in the media than "vibrant" rape and murders.

Jeremy Clarkson was suspended by the BBC for saying and thinking naughty words. If first started when he "mumbled" a word in " Eeny, Meeny, Miny, Mo". Forensic audio evidence tends to support he said the word "nigger". And only Youths are allowed to say "nigger".




The Clarkson made reference to a "slope" on a bridge. Did he mean the bridge or the Asian on the bridge?

5 comments:

  1. I was under the impression he punched out a BBC producer in a so-called delicately-termed 'fracas'.

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  2. The phone calls in the last couple videos are utterly brilliant.

    The new term for pranking liberals is RamZPauling someone.

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  3. Holy slopes, uh hum, smokes! I don't comment that often on the interwebs, but this one really cracked me up! You are a very slick and crafty, my friend. haha

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  4. The Packed Faced Left love hating this guy, don't they? The Packed Faced Left really can't have too much humour in their (and our) lives anymore. If he had been accompanied by Irish TV crew members and they had just rested in one of the fields out there and then he said "Oh look. There's a paddy field over there" Not a single fuss would have been made.

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  5. Clarkson made the classic mistake white people make and that is to publicly APOLOGIZE for whatever. After they do that they are dead in the water. Unfortunately, whites seem to be absolutely obsessed with apologizing and begging forgiveness. It is dirty so don't do it!

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