Barry “Pukey” Gascoigne has spoken out today about the way he and his fellow skinhead racists are discriminated against by police simply for looking the way they do.
“Just because we wear awful stained white vests and have swastika tattoos, and gold teeth, and a history of hate crimes, the police think we must be behind every crime committed.
Gascoigne claims to have been questioned by the police for numerous misdeeds he had absolutely no reason to be suspected for, and that when they seem him enter a shop he can tell they look at him very differently than they do anyone else.
“All they see is my hard man exterior and the desire for ethnic cleansing my face exudes” Gascoigne lamented. “Airports are the worst. They claim it’s “random”, but I never see any Guardian readers randomly getting all of their stuff checked for knives and high-powered explosives, or going through that harrowingly detailed frisking routine!"
Born this way
“And it’s not as if it’s just the police!” Gascoigne continues, “even your average mug on the street seems to think he has to protect his wife from me or cross to the other side of the road. We get treated like second-class-citizens. Is that fair? I didn’t choose to be racist; I was born this way! And just because I look like I am and have in the past proven to be prone to extreme and unprovoked violence based purely on racial prejudice doesn’t mean you have to treat me different to everyone else.”
Figures back up Gascoigne’s claims, suggesting racist looking people are almost twice as likely to be questioned and searched by police than liberal-free-thinking-types, purely because of the racial hatred burned into their eyes.
“They all look the same to me” admitted Officer Bloom the City of London Police.
Even to majority of the UK’s political parties appear to support this prejudice, with Labour reportedly angling to introduce separate toilets and bus seats specifically for racist-looking people to be segregated to if elected.