ALL attendees at a computer literacy class for the over-70s are learning to use the internet so they can share their prejudices with the world.
The IT professional hosting the course in Doncaster Library was planning to explain how to pay bills and make simple purchases, but instead has explained to a number of kind-eyed grandmothers how to post vile vitriol to MailOnline.
He said: “They don’t want to see their grandchildren on Instagram or play bridge with friends online. They want to be really horribly racist.
“It’s essentially a fascist propaganda knitting circle. A dozen beige-clad Joseph Goebbels with incontinence issue wanting Guardian logins so they can give the lefties a good bloody hiding. What have I done?”
Attendee Margaret Gerving said: “I’m learning the ITs because I don’t want to get left behind. Except politically. I’m staying firmly in the 1930s there.
“So wonderful that in this modern age you can advocate for the superiority of the British race from your own spare room. Now I must get back to this comment about how we should never have given Ceylon back because they were happier under our rule.
Roy Hobbs agreed: “My grandson’s travelling around Thailand. I’d love to be able to see the gorgeous photos he’s posting. And call them all ladyboys and heroin smugglers because they are and that’s free speech.”