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Degenerate racism is ingrained.

FIGHTING talk. Cameron is to call a Downing Street summit to kick football racism into touch.

It's time we stopped kidding ourselves over the epithets emanating from supporters sprung from homes where all except whites are seen as inferior.

We are talking low intelligence here. The once workingclass rump won't change views because its better educated and brighter brethren tell it these are unacceptable.

Such people won't change.

They can't. Their minds are closed. One must, after all, be abysmally dim to see no incongruity in abusing the black on a Saturday afternoon then entrusting one's health to black men and women doctors and nurses on Monday morning.

Cameron's cronies can tut and condemn all they like. Our prole is irredeemable in his prejudice.

Racial abuse isn't a new phenomenon in Britain, isn't a symbol of national degeneracy.

All that happened is that it's been noticed by the specious politically correct lobby, who rail that its exponents must button it. But there's no malice in this barracking, just a way of letting off steam for the one-time factory fodder who feel aggrieved that a handful of men can earn riches beyond belief by kicking a ball.

If you are earning about pounds 200,000 a week Ugly Manchester United's Evra has the football's race are you seriously worried that social dunces name call? These black stars professing themselves to be heartbroken by terrace rants are interesting.

Note that after the final whistle they scuttle off to lick their wounds in white enclaves.

They don't feel the need of their humbler black brothers' company.

scenes: Patrice been at of latest The FA and our government need only worry when Third World players refuse to signup for British clubs because they find racial abuse intolerable. So far that's not happened.

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