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Wednesday, November 28, 2007

Oxford students vote to allow lynching

The Oxford Union has voted to allow a black man to be lynched during a debate on freedom of racism on Monday.

Despite opposition from everybody else, the white students voted by a margin of two to one to go ahead with the lynching.

"If we don't allow the lynching to take place, people won't know it's wrong," said Evan Harris, Lib Dem spokesperson for Spectacularly Missing The Point.

Experienced anti-fascist campaigners warned that allowing a black man to be lynched would give credibility to those who wanted to lynch black people.

But experienced anti-fascist campaigners knew less about beating fascists than PPE students, according to an anonymous PPE student with a rich daddy. "We're not in favour of lynching black people, we're simply in favour of allowing them to be lynched," he explained patiently.

The Oxford Union denied the lynching was simply a stunt to increase membership in the dying organisation.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

God you're thick. But on the up side, you're nearly as funny as cancer.

tim f said...

Just so I understand where you're coming from, can you name a disease I am as funny as? One which isn't as funny as cancer but is still a little bit funny?

Anonymous said...

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