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David Cameron and the elite should thank the Chelsea racists for their Paris show

by | 19th, February 2015

A man has been barred from riding the Paris Metro by a gaggle of Cheslea fans. The episode is caught on video . The Chelsea fans are white. The man trying to board the train is black. Some Chelsea fans sing about being racist and enjoying it.

And kaboom! a small, nasty incident in a foreign city becomes a huge deal. The elite wade in.

The Sun leads with the news:


Chesleaf ans Metro



On Page 5, readers are ordered to “FIND PIGS OF PARIS”. The Sun says “an international hunt” is under way for the dicks who sang “We’re racist and that’s the way we like it” and giving full throat to the refrain “Where were you in World War 2?”

Having defeted the Nazis and saved France, it is now left to the Chelsea brains trust to deliver imported racism to Paris. To the victors, the spoils.



Cheslea fans PAris Metro


How bad was it? Obvlously, the Metro bouncers and a few others behaved badly. But when you hear the man who took the footage say, “It was getting quite aggressive”, you wonder if  this spat is front-page news because it’s racism in action, a sign that old prejudices are waiting to return, or because it’s white football fans behaving badly?

When you hear David Cameron say this is “extermely worrying” and “These are very, very serious matters”, you might wonder what planet he’s from. A small incident between idiots and a black man is a diplomatic issue that goes to the very top of society.

Look at how sensitive to racism David Cameron is. Yes, there are no black faces on the Government’s front benches. Yes, there are no black editors of national newspapers. Yes, the Metropolitan police leadership team is all white. Yes, anti-Semitism remains the default position among the upper classes. But look at those Chelsea fans. The elite like their racists white, shaven headed and, preferably, working class. They’re easier to spot and accuse.

In the Mail , a Mitchell McCoy is quoted as saying the man trying to board the train was “really agressive”. The Mail says eyewitness Mitchell is 17. The Star says he’s 16. Mitchell says the victim  was a PSG fan.

You want more facts?

In the Daily Star, a teenager named Meghane says she “believes

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