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Manchester United fans use Sikhs to abuse Chelsea and all other racists

by | 4th, March 2015

'A round of applause for out ethnic minority fans. Stand up and take a bow, guys"

‘A round of applause for out ethnic minority fans. Stand up and take a bow, guys”

 

Sky News has been discussing racism. And that always means racism in football, the obvious stuff when white, working class people in man-made fibres are filmed ranting and raving about a soft target.

Eamonn Holmes, the Sky News anchor, was chairing the debate, which quickly turned to Chelsea fans (club owner: Jewish Russian; supstar striker: black African), a few of whom had been filmed behaving badly on the Paris Metro.

Holmes, a Manchester United fan, puffed up, sat up straight and told viewers that things were rosy at Old Trafford, because sat close to the manager’s dug-out are a few obvious ethnic fans. Said Holmes:

“The group of guys in turbans at Manchester United sends out a lovely message.”

Hear that, lads. You thought you were just watching the game. But it turns out that you are making Holmes feel morally right-on and showing Chelsea fans (all of whom are racist) just how super anti-racist Manchester United is. TV cameras used to just pick out blondes in the crowd; now

they scan the faces for signs of an ethnic minority. (Maybe that’s why they’re called Sikhs, Eamonn, because you seek them out?)

 

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PS: If one of you tuban wearers can come out as gay (sport dog collar, leather merkin and rainbow turban) and invite a Muslim friend along (and please make sure she wears a burqua), then all the better for it, guys.

PPS: You are Sikh aren’t you, and not Molly Parkin fans (see below)?

 

'We are United, the cock of the North'

‘We are United, the cock of the North’

 

Andy Gilderasks: “When will the moderate, City supporting members of the Sikh community speak out against these United extremists?”

Not soon enough, Andy…



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