No. No. No thank you.” I asked him if there was a flapper in a toilet on “Late Night With Jimmy Fallon”. He paused for a moment, looked perplexed and then said “Yeah there’s one… in England.” He then said “Yes, that’s a flapper.”
“I am a man and I have rights.” @jimmyfallon asks me to stop calling him a “fag”. pic.twitter.com/H3q4Qf2uDy — Ben Jacobs (@Bencjacobs) March 29, 2017
At no point did John ever make any attempt to deny the fact that he used that slur. I did not know it was a slur until later, when he told a press conference on his show on March 29.
Even then, John was trying to explain in his own interview with Jimmy Kimmel that he has rights and we respect that, since we are talking about a small minority of kids in England. But even then, he did not want to call me a fag again, and said he would not address it any further on-air.
“I just don’t want to get into that,” John said to Kimmel. “If you ask the question again, I would never call you a fag.”
If John has the right to say he doesn’t know what a flapper is, what about my right to say I’m racist about using an entire language to describe an entire race? Shouldn’t I be free to use any other word to describe people I dislike?
As long as the rest of the country sees me as harmless and harmless to white people, I feel like I don’t have a right to speak for them anymore than John has. I’m not one to be lectured as if I have the right to be able to insult the majority, as I cannot. I am neither a bigot nor a white nationalist. But the fact that the same people who hate me, and will still hate me for using the language I do, don’t speak out against their own, does not mean they do not have the right to be intolerant.
I am sick of hearing John apologize and say sorry to his listeners, because he never apologized to us. Instead, he called us “f—ing morons” in the same interview. But John’s use of “f—ing” is different from his use of “fag” or “w****.” John said “f—
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