Jack’s racist loan

Matthew Collins - 25 06 12
Edmunds: Lacking funds for racist escepades

Edmunds: Lacking funds for racist escepades

Meet Jack Edmunds from Manchester. Like a lot of young people, he cannot find a job.

The twenty three year old has to live on benefits. Many people who have to rely on assistance will tell you how hard it is to get by.

Jack’s problem is that he wants to go out drinking with his racist mates in the EDL this weekend. There’s a few things that might put a dampener on his day.

The first is that Wetherspoons will not be open when the EDL get to Dewsbury in West Yorkshire. The company confirms they will not be accommodating the EDL this time. Apparently they are bad for business.

The other bit of bad news for Jack could be that I’m not entirely sure the “crisis loan” that he has applied for and has been granted, was actually intended for him to go to a racist rally with his mates in the EDL.

Having received his money anyway, the ungrateful so and so still manages to be as ungrateful as he is racist. He’s also planning on gambling his money at a bookmaker’s to see if he can make some more money!

Perhaps someone should look into why he thinks it is such an emergency that he wastes money getting pissed and being racist at a time when the government are launching enormous attacks on those who genuinely need money just to survive.

Edmunds: Now has fund for racist escepade

Edmunds: Now has fund for racist escepade


Stay informed

Sign up for emails from HOPE not hate to make sure you stay up to date with the latest news, and to receive simple actions you can take to help spread HOPE.


We couldn't do it without our supporters

Fund research, counter hate and support and grow inclusive communities by donating to HOPE not hate today

I am looking for...


Useful links

Close Search X
Donate to HOPE not hate