Nanny Knows Best

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Friday, June 19, 2020

Nanny To Ban Swing Low

Nanny's pandering to the woke classes continues apace.

The RFU are expected to call on fans to drop Swing Low, Sweet Chariot as their unofficial anthem because of its associations with slavery.

The anthem, a 19th-century African-American slave song, is the subject of a review by the Rugby Football Union. First sung at Twickenham in 1987 for Martin Offiah — a black player nicknamed “Chariots” — it has become essential at England matches.

The RFU is expected to discourage supporters from singing it.

The RFU, like others who have had knee jerk reactions, need to take a sharp intake of breath and stop acting like scared sheep.

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1 comment:

  1. Perhaps R F U stands for something else and the rugby fans won't like it!