A KEEN and committed racist has admitted that despite Yorkshire’s exemplary record of bigotry he is still not getting into cricket.
Jordan Gardner of Colchester said that while he would normally back Yorkshire Cricket Club for their solid work in tolerating, denying and covering up racism, there is no way he is learning the rules of a game that runs for four days and stops when it’s raining.
He continued: “The thing I love about racism is it’s simple: white people great, everyone else not. Cricket? That’s bloody complicated.
“To be honest I’d only vaguely heard of county cricket before Yorkshire’s inspiring display of institutional racism, and while that’s impressive I’d need to see that it ran right throughout the sport like in football.
“All this business with overs and batting orders and different versions of the game and everything? That’s off-putting to the man in the street, no matter how prejudiced they are.
“Plus don’t we get beaten by like Pakistan and the West Indies? At least getting hammered by the Krauts in the Euros reinforces my faith in the destiny of the Aryan race.
“Sorry Yorkshire. But some things just revolt a man in his very core.”