14 January 2009

'Paki' and 'Raghead' officially no longer racist terms

After video of Prince Harry using both words emerged, royal brown-nosers have rallied round to clear the prince of any wrongdoing. It has been decided by senior government and military chiefs that both terms will retrospectively removed from the lexicon of offensive racist slurs and recategorized as harmless friendly banter. Consequently Harry will not be censured for use of the terms, and in fact has been praised by those hoping for knighthoods as a poster child for race relations.

Furthermore, some other terms popularly used by the prince have similarly had their meanings reclassified to head-off any future controversy.

1. N*gger - A gentleman who you are very friendly with and have a close working relationship with, and for whom you have the utmost respect and who might coincidentally have a darker than average skin tone
2. F*cking c*nt - A bit of a wag who is nevertheless quite lovable and well meaning
3. M*therf*cker - Any man known to have met Prince Diana on more than one occasion, or for more than 10 minutes on a single occasion

More info:
News of the World - Prince Harry's racist outbursts on video

12 comments:

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  2. How dare you,the monarchy is a British tradition and is what seperates us from the rest of the world.

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    1. Anonymous03 June, 2012

      So was slavery a great British "tradition"....are you suggesting that should be reinstated, then? Just because something exists, doesn't make it right, or legitimate. Grow up and start thinking for yourself....you're just one of millions of sheep in this country, who blindly accept things without even questioning their validity or contributive merits.

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  3. Slavery was an English/British tradition for centuries before Betty Battenberg and her vile antecedents were on the throne. Thankfully the practice was abolished in 1833. Shame we didn't get rid of other embarrassing baggage at the same time.

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  4. Slavery was never legal in England.

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    1. Anonymous03 June, 2012

      Are you sugesting that the existence of a royal family IS legal? Do your history....no one voted them in; they assumed their position by force, violence, corruption and greed.

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  5. I'm reading the Twitter feed for the 6 Nations Rugby and someone just tweeted: "Princes William and Harry really don't look related at all".

    You wanna tell them or will I?

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  6. Jake Wilks17 June, 2011

    Greetings from the US!
    Wish you luck in splitting the chains that bind you to the royal parasites!
    It happened to the British monarchs twice, and it can happen again!
    I also wish you well in your quest to end
    A system that inherently promotes inequality through archaic titles and undemocratic institutions.
    As for " the tradition that separate us from the rest of the world"
    Ha! Ridiculous! Practically every old nation has had some autocrat proclaiming their position hereditary, hell, north korea's having the same handoff of power in the family right now!
    Long live Republicanism!
    Long live the sovereignty of the People!

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    1. Anonymous03 June, 2012

      Excellent! Well said!

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  7. Soon we will be calling black people "criminals", and asian people "terrorists" and it will be friendly banter thanks to the royal family. Calling monarchists "a bit of a pest" will be punishable by death

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  8. I am Tanika Godbole, a journalism student at Cardiff University. Would you be willing to be interviewed by me ? Couldn't find any contact details on the blogger profile; could you please email me: godbolet@cardiff.ac.uk so that I can tell you more about it.

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  9. I genuinely dislike the idea of a monarchy some .other people do like the monarchy.so why not force just the monarchists to pay for them.They may not be quite so popular all of a sudden.

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