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A slip of the tongue
« on: October 31, 2006, 12:59:51 PM »
Dear Mr Barkus,

I find myself in somewhat of a situation. As a councillor (Conservative) and a JP I was recently asked to address a meeting in a less affluent area of town. There is a large percentage of ethnic peoples in this area, mainly blacks. I thought my speach was going well extolling the virtues of a multicultural society (For them lot at any rate) when I inadvertantly addressed one of the locals, wearing what can only be described as a coloured tea cosy, as a pederast rather than a rastafarian. Fortunately the said gentleman appeared not to notice, probably due to the "Ganja".

Aubrey how the devil do I reassure these people that I am not, as recently suggested in the local rag, a racist? These people think that just because I defended (On numerous occasions) HRH Prince Phillip's  freedom to express his opinion on foreigners that I'm an upper class bigot.

Yours

Sir Randolph Rudolf-Hess

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Re: A slip of the tongue
« Reply #1 on: October 31, 2006, 01:14:12 PM »
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Dear Mr Barkus,

I find myself in somewhat of a situation. As a councillor (Conservative) and a JP I was recently asked to address a meeting in a less affluent area of town. There is a large percentage of ethnic peoples in this area, mainly blacks. I thought my speach was going well extolling the virtues of a multicultural society (For them lot at any rate) when I inadvertantly addressed one of the locals, wearing what can only be described as a coloured tea cosy, as a pederast rather than a rastafarian. Fortunately the said gentleman appeared not to notice, probably due to the "Ganja".

Aubrey how the devil do I reassure these people that I am not, as recently suggested in the local rag, a racist? These people think that just because I defended (On numerous occasions) HRH Prince Phillip's  freedom to express his opinion on foreigners that I'm an upper class bigot.

Yours

Sir Randolph Rudolf-Hess


Take 'em some rice 'n' peas!

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