Word “British” Banned in Britain

Bureauweenies of the Caerphilly council in South Wales have officially declared the word “British” to be offensive:

The idea of “British” implies a false sense of unity — many Scots, Welsh and Irish resist being called British and the land denoted by the term contains a wide variety of cultures, languages and religions.

Also forbidden are the terms “half caste” and “negro,” on the advice of Ron Davies, who was a Labour cabinet minister prior to what he called a “moment of madness,” during which he was robbed after meeting another degenerate at a well-known homosexual hangout.

Davies is now soaking up £27,000 per year of taxpayer money as head of Valleys Race Equality Council. The job apparently consists of finding new words to strike from the Newspeak dictionary in the cause of promoting ethnic fragmentation.

Obama has his work cut out for him if he is going to bring America up to British standards regarding moonbattery gone completely insane.

On a tip from V the K. Cross-posted at Moonbattery.

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