Friday, 23 December 2011

The "B" word or the "C" word

Now let me get this straight, it seems that John Terry is in trouble because of what he is alleged to have said.

Apparently, there would have been no problem if he had just used the "C" word. What caused the outrage is that he is alleged to have used the "B" word before the "C" word.  So, for John Terry it was the "B" word which was the problem.  He could have called the "B" chap a "C" and nobody would have batted an eyelid, it was the "B", if he said it, which caused the rumpus.

Are you with me so far?

However, when it comes to Alan Hansen, he's in trouble because he used the "C" word instead of the "B" word. As a result, outraged black players were twittering angry tweets pompously announcing that they are "B" not "C".

So, if Hansen had used the "B" word instead of the "C" word he would not have got into trouble, yet it was the alleged use of the "B", not the "C" word which got John Terry in trouble. Confusing huh?

In each instance the "B" word is the same word "Black", yet while Terry is condemned for using it, Hansen is pilloried for not doing so.

It would seem that when the thought police want to get you, whatever you do will be wrong.  Either that is true or we may reached a point of insanity from which there is no return.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Yes, it's a mad, mad world, indeed.

Imagine battling enemy soldiers to the death, and in the heat of battle one soldier is overheard uttering a descriptive potty-mouth term that catches the ear of his sergeant. A reprimand is ordered for the soldier (if he survives) because you can shoot your enemy to death, but one must not hurt his feelings before doing so.

This is how absurd it is in today's world. The whole business of political correctness has gone completely out of control, much to the delight of our slave masters.

Celtic Warrior said...

Very witty Sarah but also very sad that Britain has decended to such depths of cretinous imbecility.

I'm still waiting for some charismatic leader to emerge from the indigenous British population to lead the British back to sanity. Am I waiting in vain?

If France is able to produce a Marine Le Pen and Holland a Geert Wilders, surely Britain can also produce such leaders?

Happy Christmas to all.

alanorei said...

Re: leader, we used to have Nick Griffin but his reputation among too many professing nationalists has been blackened beyond redemption.

Oh...

alanorei said...

A major overhaul of the English language may be pending.

Consider:

• black arts
• blackball
• black-birding (abduction of black Pacific islanders by mercenary whites)
• black books
• black budget (the CIA’s)
• black cap (for the death penalty)
• black clouds (figurative for sullen moods)
• black comedy
• black day (especially August 8th 1918, for the German Army, according to General Ludendorff)
• Black Death
• blacken (of character etc.)
• black eye (the injury is actually purple)
• black flag (pre-Civil War Missouri guerrilla emblem, also used as a non-truce emblem by the Russians in the Crimean War)
• Black Friday (a really black day associated with the 1929 Wall St. Crash)
• Black Hand
• black hat (usually worn by the villain)
• blackhead
• black-hearted
• black hole (also Black Hole of Calcutta)
• blackjack
• blackleg
• blacklist
• black look
• black magic
• blackmail
• black mamba (world’s most aggressive snake)
• black Maria
• black mark
• black market
• black mass
• Black Monk (local spook in our part of the NE still seen on occasion)
• black mood (aka clinical depression)
• Black Muslims (revolutionaries, one’s in the (for now) White House)
• blackout (i.e. news)
• Blank Panthers (more revolutionaries)
• Black Pope (Jesuit General, the world's most accomplished subversive)
• Black Power (yet more revolutionaries)
• black propaganda
• Black September (terrorist group, also major 1970 conflict in Jordan)
• black sheep
• Blackshirts
• black spot (awarded to Long John Silver, Treasure Island)
• black widow (venomous spider)
etc.

The above expressions are going to have to be edited out of all forms of written, verbal, stored and broadcast communication, including historical records/literature - e.g. copies of Treasure Island w.r.t. the black spot ("Harr! There be the Tipp-Ex, Jim lad!")

It will be illegal to use the word 'black' in any negative context whatsoever, under pain of lengthy imprisonment and confiscation of all worldy goods by the State (to help out the deprived non-white folks, of course) - the negativity to be judged by specially-appointed 'black' monitors tasked (at tax-payers' expense) with overhearing the general population with respect to every mention of the word 'black.' Special monitoring devices will be set up in all places of residence, whether privately or government-owned (at tax payers' expense).

A good read is Black is Beautiful by Dr Peter S. Ruckman, available from the Bible Baptist Bookstore, Pensacola, FL. Published in 1995. It gets truer by the day, I think.

Exzanian said...

Black is white...or so MJ once most famously said...Amazing how the "non-conscious-of-race-crowd" are the most obssessed with it...chortle.....

Andy Cooper said...

I would add to Alanorie's list with the following;

BLACK Housing Federation
Miss BLACK Great Britain
BLACK Police Federation
BLACK Student Union
Operation BLACK Vote
BLACK history month
BLACK Pride
etc etc

As their are no WHITE equivelants then why are these organisations not considered racist?

Racism legal definition is;

1 Racial discrimination.
(1)A person discriminates against another in any circumstances relevant for the purposes of any provision of this Act if— .
(a)on racial grounds he treats that other less favourably than he treats or would treat other persons


All these BLACK organisations gives BLACKS preferential treatment but because they are BLACK then they are outside the laws that bind the WHITE British.

tinks said...

A piece, amusing, short and to the point. It's all very confusing, and meant to be.

In my neck of the woods a 'black' wheelie bin, is referred to as 'grey' - imagine the mental contortions.

In the heat of the moment things get said. The Hansen thing is a joke - you would feel bemused if it were not for the sense of danger that years of this type of nonsense has created.

I think it is very sad, since generally as a nation we are very tolerant. That said things are changing, and there is much doubt and confusion. The other 'B' word that may not be mentioned - British?

alanorei said...

Well said, Andy

'Apartheid' is okay when practised by anyone but 'Whitey.'

Note also that the first folks to practice racial discrimination were Egyptian Hamites i.e. black folks, against light-skinned folks, i.e. Hebrews, in Exodus 1:9-11:

"Now there arose up a new king over Egypt, which knew not Joseph. And he said unto his people, Behold, the people of the children of Israel are more and mightier than we: Come on, let us deal wisely with them; lest they multiply, and it come to pass, that, when there falleth out any war, they join also unto our enemies, and fight against us, and so get them up out of the land. Therefore they did set over them taskmasters to afflict them with their burdens. And they built for Pharaoh treasure cities, Pithom and Raamses."