Sane minded equal rights supporters have been given a boost in the run up to the European elections after the World Wide Web announced plans to treat UKIP in the same way they would any other majorly racist party.
The decision means UKIP can expect to be disparaged in various forms online, ranging from mocking YouTube videos to satirical news websites, promising to offer up rationale and considered deconstructions of the party’s despicable beliefs, as well as cheap shots based on party member's unfortunate appearances.
A spokesman for the internet gave a statement:
“We hope that our contribution can help reflect that British politics aren’t changing quite as quickly as some would have you believe, and that an enormous and reassuring majority of people are still supporting and voting for non-racist parties”
The internet’s ruling means that non-racists will have an outlet and a chance to have
the absurdity of UKIP’s policies ratified by like-minded people.
“Due weight must be given to the staggering weight of UKIP’s palpable and cretinous racism” the spokesman confirmed.