Obscure Spanish footie team told to get rid of Cross of St George on alternative kit

Apparently it might incite violence. Particularly, one suspects, if the directors of the taxpayer-funded Permanent Seminar on International Migration and Foreigners (“an open space for Interculturality and Human Rights“) in Aragon attend home matches of SD Huesca, whose major achievement to date was fifth place in the Second Division in the 1950-1 season. Via Miguel Moliné Escalona, who lists a number of other pro-violence teams and governments.

In other anti-racism news, Tony Barber says it’s time for the European (Romance?) media to stop calling the inhabitants of more advanced countries (not his words) “Anglo-Saxons.” Hear, here.

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