Well Jake, have you read the Guardian opinion piece a few posts up?
That had an example in it of a very irritating notion I alluded to above, whereby the writer made a very sweeping statement about how so-called positive discrimination is always accompanied by an attached negative discrimination.
A person thinks a black guy has a big penis, well oh he can’t possibly hold that opinion in isolation, it must by a byproduct of how s/he thinks said black guy being less intelligent.
And as a knock on from that, if we’re then saying that not all singers of the Lukaku song may hold equally racist undertones within their psyche - and essentially that an individual can think for themself, unburdened by historical precedent - what weight does the collective offence angle hold?
We had this before with the Tottenham / yiddos debate, but how many people need to be offended and how many people need do the offending before action is taken…