Luis Suarez is learning that you just can't apologise enough for 'anti-racists' by Jay Knott (02/13/12) ⇌ (Irony)
'Anti-racists' are self-righteous holier-than-thou soft cops.Luis Suarez apologised for not shaking the hand of a fellow footballer who played the race card against him, taking advantage of the hysterical anti-racist atmosphere in Britain to get his opponent barred for eight matches. Suarez wasn't happy, so he wouldn't shake Evra's hand at Saturday's north-west derby. Liverpool made him apologise for this. Now, 'anti-racists' are demanding more:
In Portland, we got harassed by so-called 'anti-racists' because we went to see a 'holocaust denier' speak. One of us made the mistake of writing an apology on Indymedia. The guy's not a racist or a holocaust denier, but he is very much part of the local left-wing co-op scene, so he was easy to pressurize. Big mistake. The pressure only increased.
'Anti-racists' are strangely similar to Zionists, the way they behave. I wonder if, by any chance, they could be related.