August 01, 2018

John Cleese says “poof” on Radio 4. Cue outrage.

Jack BuckbyRebel Contributor

John Cleese is back in the news again. The press are not only calling him racist these days — now he's a homophobe, too!



When talking about his former colleagues at Monty Python, he joked about his dead friend being a "poof," and a representation of Python's diversity.

Of course, celebrities are shocked and Twitter is full of faux outrage.

I wish John the very best of luck in his new, more peaceful life in the Caribbean...

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commented 2018-08-02 02:22:56 -0400
Humorless progressives want a bland boring pathetic world.
commented 2018-08-01 22:59:53 -0400
A lack of humour is akin to the proverbial canary in a coal mine, only it’s warning us of fascism, as humour is always the first to go.
commented 2018-08-01 15:07:19 -0400
Language fascism has now overtaken the Western world, as predicted by George Orwell in his novel ‘1984’. The leftist language fascists castigate and ban any speech, no matter how benign, that offends any non-white-straight-male-ethnic-European, but they themselves constantly verbally offend whites, straights, males, and ethnic Europeans by calling us racists, sexists, homophobes etc., making them the ultimate hypocrites. They have created the second most oppressive form of fascism ever: lefto-fascist thought control. I would say what the most oppressive form of fascism is and has been for centuries, but lefto-fascist kangaroo courts prevent it.
commented 2018-08-01 13:00:10 -0400
Cue the outrage indeed!

Wishing Cleese all the best in the Caribbean.
commented 2018-08-01 12:53:22 -0400
I hope Cleese does an “unchained” stand-up gig in the Caribbean and posts it to alt-media like Bitchute or Gab (of course MSM, FB, YT will refuse to broadcast). His politically incorrect jokes won’t get him arrested or fined, and the local Caribbean island folks would appreciate the affiliated tourist revenue.
I assume the island gov’t will do its best to deny Antifa entry during his performance.