Boycott Show: “Top Gear” and its Sponsers

Jeremy Clarkson Nazi Turd of the Day

It’s time to show these Nazi turds just how fed up with their violence peddling bull shit we are.

Time to make their hateful bigotry unwelcome in the arena of public discourse.

BBC host on striking workers: ‘Execute them in front of their families’

From Raw Story:

The BBC has apologized after one their most popular hosts called to have striking public workers killed “in front of their families.”

Labor unions claimed Wednesday that as many as two million public workers joined a strike over cuts in pension rights as part of an austerity program by the British government.

In an interview on BBC’s The One Show Wednesday, Jeremy Clarkson, host of BBC’s Top Gear, was asked about the strikes that had affected “schools, hospitals, airports, even driving tests.”

 “Frankly, I’d have them all shot!” Clarkson exclaimed.

“I would take them outside and execute them in front of their families. I mean how dare they go on strike when they’ve got these gilt-edged pensions that are going to be guaranteed while the rest of us have to work for a living?”

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2 Responses to “Boycott Show: “Top Gear” and its Sponsers”

  1. quenyar Says:

    Jeremy Clarkson has a long history of ridiculous opinions on every subject under the sun, but this time his acerbic wit may have bitten off a chuck of public ire too large for even his heavy jowls to chew. He has been a journalist for 30+ years in the field of popular automotive culture and he has a devoted and loyal following around the globe. Unfortunately, in his search for new and startling commentary, he has struck a nerve among people who actually do work for a living. Few will take his comments literally, but many will take offense at the notion that someone who has devoted a lifetime of toil to a profession and a career is undeserving of the pension they paid into. Too often have these pension been stolen by wealthy white collar criminals intent on lining their pockets at the expense of the people whose labor made their leisure possible. When Jeremy placed himself in this rank of criminal disrepute, he escaped the bounds of humor and proved himself to be a vainglorious ass.

    I hope he makes a deep and sincere apology to the working people of the world. If he does, then he can stay on Top Gear and entertain the world with his antics. Else, he should retire to his own pension and leave the rest of us at peace.

  2. tinagrrl Says:

    I happen to watch quite a few Automotive Shows — Top Gear is NOT one I ever found interesting. I tried, but found it far too “dickish” for my taste. I guess Jeremy is the “head dick” — or, is that “dick head”?

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