32 thoughts on “I’m Not A Disrupter But…

  1. human

    Anecdotal reports lead to Islamic groups shamefully exploiting Brexit to brand the indigenous population racist. sick.

      1. human

        Britain is one of the most tolerant countries in the world.

        Do you know what religious group is pushing this agenda that everyone is racist to suppress criticism of its practises?

          1. human

            Maaaate, at least be intellectually honest before you launch ad hominem attacks…. But if we are going that route I assume you have never lived in the UK or outside of Ireland for that matter. …

    1. Mahoney

      52% of the british electorate ARE racists, democracy was hijacked from the people we need a better way of making decisions that exclude the ignorant majority

  2. Eamonn Clancy

    Yeah snowflakes, video a racist thug with your phone, see how that works out for you when they see you.

  3. Not Gerry Adams

    Point 5 in how to disrupt racism is “actively fight racism”. Is there some way of doing this passively, like posting useless lists on the internet?

  4. Jake38

    Who cares what goes on in the UK? They’ve decided to throw themselves out of the EU. Good luck to them in their small-minded racist little Britain.

  5. CousinJack

    Been anti-islam is not racist, as islam is not a race.
    The anti-fascists are now the fascists, against freedom of speech and expression.

    40 years ago I said all men should be treated equal and I was branded a radical, 20 years ago a libreal and now a racist

    1. Boy M5

      “The anti-fascists are now the fascists, against freedom of speech and expression” – George Orwell.

      1. Neilo

        We’re now haranguing the British for signs that appeared in boarding houses half a century ago? Donnez-nous une break :)

    1. Dόn Pídgéόní

      And the increase in attacks on Muslim or polish people. And in London of all places too, its astonishing but not surprising given the cat is now out of the bag. Plus the UK always has an underlying tension.

  6. Nigel

    I’m not a racism disruptor I’m a racism disruptor’s son I’m only disrupting racism till the racism disruptor comes.

  7. sǝɯǝɯʇɐpɐq

    I was talking to someone I don’t know last week when he used the ‘N’ word.
    He was referring to the bus driver who earlier that evening had come up the stairs and told his to stop doing coke or get off the bus.
    In the circumstances I thought it was smarter not to engage him.

    It’s not always easy.

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