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Neither have I. Scouse locals would not dream of such behaviour. The crowd behaviour at derby games is typically passionate about the football, nothing else. Makes you wonder why such claims are made?
Legally it is anyone who is offended by what is said be it directly or indirectly . In YOI we had to challenge coloured lads calling each other the N word even if they weren't offended . Funny when they referred to an Officer as ' my nigger ' , nothing to be offended by apparently as we weren't black/coloured ( depending on your perception of racist terminology ) .
They were probably more offended by you calling them coloured.
I Just proves you can't say right for saying wrong sometimes however unintentional .
Apologies, I was being a bit flippant there.
There are always some melts who bring up Hillsborough, in the same way there are idiots on their side who sing songs about Munich to untied fans.That being said, I do find it quite annoying that 'always the victims' is associated with Hillsborough as it really sums up their fans but anybody who mentions it is accused of making fun of Hillsborough.
But your flippancy is actually the reality and partly the reason people are accused of being racist when they are not . These are true , I worked with a Jewish bloke who said " On my life " after everything , A black bloke whose name was White whose Mum nicknamed him Chalky but we were told we couldn't call him it and a Nigerian who I called Chief and got pulled up for who explained to my Senior Officer that he was a Chief and everyone called him Chief . Sri Lankans used to say call me Phil ( as an example ) and bosses would slam you for not using their full names ( Wickmanayarake ) with Mr before it . People who are looking for it won't stop till they find it . I also thought you were being flippant btw .
I had a black friend called White who went by the nickname Chalky too
A fella is telling you a few posts ago, that he directly heard it. That's why such claims are made.
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