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Would Gazza have been prosecuted if he had made a joke about a White person? Watch

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    Gazza has been fined £1000 by a judge for making a joke about his Black bodyguard at the An Evening with Gazza Show. Gazza reportedly said, 'Can you smile please, because I can't see you?'

    Nobody would end up in court for making that kind of remark about a White person.

    Anti-racists claim that they care about people's feelings. No they don't. They couldn't care less about people, Black or White. All they are interested in is getting rid of White people by means of mass immigration and forced assimilation into White countries and ONLY White countries, and then shutting up anyone who complains about it.

    Anti-racist is a codeword for anti-white.

    The Anti-Racist crowd are just a bunch of Virtue signalling morons suffering from a severe case of third worldism.

    Poor taste but a bodyguard? Sensitive soul is in the wrong job!

    No, because you can't be racist towards someone who's the same race as yourself.

    This is a direct quote from one of the news articles which explains why he was fined and it is 100% true:

    Ordering Gascoigne to pay Mr Rowe £1,000 in compensation, District Judge Graham Wilkinson told the retired star: "You sought to get a laugh from an audience of over 1,000 people because of the colour of Mr Rowe's skin."

    That is why he was charged; it was disrespectful, unnecessary and insensitive.
    'The district judge said the victim was 'clearly humiliated on stage' in front of 'many hundreds of people'

    Get a grip.
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