This week, regarding the goth couple who weren't allowed on a bus in Yorkshire (as quoted by Obsolete):
My Geordie mate, Black Mike, would take one look at her in her absurd "Goth" outfit and remark: "Gi' us a stick and I'll kill it."
Previously, regarding gay people (as quoted by Johann Hari):
In 1995 in the Daily Mail, he took to joking about gay-bashing in a column ridiculing attempts by the South Yorkshire Police to become more alert to the concerns of the gay community, who are disproportionately subject to violent crime. Littlejohn contacted a “tyke friend of mine” who “reliably informed me there are no homosexuals in South Yorkshire. [The friend said,] 'Not live ones, anyway. We send them all down to London.'”
See what Littlecock does? "I'm a wanker but my northern mates are even bigger wankers." Or, if you prefer it this way: "I'm not actually saying these things, it's what other people have said to me, so you can't say I'm responsible for the words".
I wonder whether these 'mates' he drags up in his shitty poison-fuelled hate-rants for the benefit of BNP cunts are real at all, given that (a) they all seem to say something that he might think, but would rather ascribe to an anonymous working-class persona to wash his hands of the shit-storm that might arise if he had the balls to come out and say it himself; and (b) it would mean he has two friends in the entire world. And besides, are the 'tyke' who hates gay people and the 'Geordie' who hates goths fellow residents in the gated Florida community where he lives? Or just figments of the Littlecock imagination?
Littlejohn: not just a prick, but a coward as well. Hiding his poison behind other "people", working-class folk, who may well not even exist.