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John Barnes crying about racism again
Discussion started by an angry wolf , 20 August, 2019 16:38
John Barnes crying about racism again
an angry wolf 20 August, 2019 16:38
No doubt we will hear about the lack of black managers again from the ku klux klan operating within the FA. Instead of people crying about racist tweets to Pogba, why not encourage people to stay off social media altogether and free up police time to deal with crimes away from a computer such as burglaries , stabbings and beatings. The idea that we will ever have a society where people wont be tweeting anything racist, homophobic , misogynist etc is fcking silly and a waste of time trying to implement. The human race is generally vile with a litany of wars, murders since we started walking upright .. we have plenty more things to worry about than some drunk on twitter abusing Pogba.

I've still yet to hear a valid explanation as to why " you ginger b*astard " is more offensive than you black b*astard" yet the first one is apparently "banter" and the second makes sky news. As we know the net has hundreds of thousands of trolls impossible to vet , maybe the answer in the public eye is to accept that and not go on all these ridiculous sites in the first place. I've never really seen the appeal of someone wanting to flaunt their wealth, views and lifestyle on places where they dont know the " followers " and what point it achieves opening themselves up to abuse whether its racial or anything for that matter.


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