Yup, Matthew Carter Sure Looks Like A Unrepentant Racist To Me!
When Matthew Carter moved from Barbados to Britain in 1999, he was apparently unaware that the display of the British Flag and St. George’s Cross in the flag makes him an offensive racist.
The fact that he was wearing it for seven months while working as a binman for Pendle Council must have lulled him into a false sense of security that the Brit flag or parts of it could reasonably be expected to be displayed while in Britain. Told that his George Cross headgear was racist and offensive, Carter is now wearing a Pirate Skull and Crossbones bandana instead – with no problem from the morons at Pendle Council.
While I abhor physical violence, reading about Mr. Carter makes me want to grab each member of the Pendle Council (including Ian McInery – the Council’s operational services manager) and take them fishing for a few hours on the good vessel Tolrica out of Oistins before she had her bottom redone in February of 2006. Just take them out to the east shark deeps and leave them there in that leaking sieve.
Yup. That would be my solution.
Telegraph UK: Binman’s St George Bandana “Is Racist”
Pendle Today: Binman Banned From Wearing St George’s Cross Bandana
Burnley Express: Binman Banned From Wearing St. George’s Cross Bandana
Power Line News: Binman’s St. George Bandana “Is Racist”
Free Republic: Garbage Collector’s Bandana “Is Racist”