Racism could become a victim of its own success, warned one of the key note speakers, at this years annual conference of mutual suspicion, who predicted that prejudice could become such a broad church that it includes all creeds and colours.
'Don't get me wrong, I'm no tolerantist,' said John Webster, 'but I've always said it's good for the spread of racism that we open our doors to all creeds and colours. And it's worked wonders. We've now got all kinds of people being racist.'
But with racism becoming such a broad church, a new set of challenges have to be met if the world is to continue to be divided. 'They're letting anyone in these days, no questions asked. And some of them are openly broad minded.'
But Webster's recent appointment of a Uniformity Officer has been met with derision from many in the racist community. 'What a load of unPC nonsense,' said one critic, 'as if we needed to be told how to discriminate. They'll be telling us how to make instinctive judgements next.'