Like zombies, they're spreading. Broadband and freely available wi-fi means even the most knuckle-dragging crackhead racists can now add their tuppence (kudos to you if you can decipher what they're saying), with the (slightly) more educated bigot also feeling empowered to step out of the closet thanks to the 'Get out of racism' card championed by the likes of UKIP.
I Came Here an Immigrant - I'm an Expat Now! (Or, Why Foreigners Are Better Placed to Live the British Dream Than You)
There's no such thing as the British Dream, of course. Once you've ruled the world only to lose the lot, there's not really
Thing is, they're not entirely wrong: there are plenty of instances of hatred, bigotry and hissy fits, but there is also much love, tolerance and, goddamit, beauty. To get it, you absolutely have to read it as a narrative rather than a pick 'n mix of copy and paste.
If we're really to humour the idea that only white people can be racist, what about the rest of the world where white people don't figure? Those African countries wiping out their neighbours are doing it just for the power, silly - perish the very idea that genocide or ethnic cleansing has anything to do with racism...
Calling bullshit as often as we do means we've started to become mistrustful of the little knowledge we are presented with. From bogus quotes and photoshopped images to out and out lies dressed as news, it's all out there to fit agendas, appease trouble makers and rile up the stupid.