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Airplane flies over Manchester City Stadium with "White Lives Matter" banner

MANCHESTER. A plane has caused outrage with a banner during a Manchester City football match against Burnley FC. It read the supposedly racist slogan "White Lives Matter - Burnley".

The English club FC Burnley, whose name could be read behind the saying, strongly condemned the action. "I am ashamed and embarrassed," said captain Benjamin Mee to Sky Sports after the game. The team said they were behind the “Black Lives Matter” movement. “We want to make it clear that these people are not welcome with us. This is in no way what the Burnley Football Club stands for and we will work closely with the authorities to identify those responsible and issue lifelong bans. ”

FC Burnley fan Jake Hepple claimed responsibility for the campaign on Tuesday. "I want to take the time to apologize to absolutely nobody! It's apparently racist to say that white lives matter. What a sad world we live in,” wrote Hepple on Facebook. He also complained of silence about the murder of three whites stabbed to death in a park in Reading, England on Monday. Their killing was not scandalized in return for that of African American George Floyd, who was seen on TV everywhere.

On his Facebook profile, Hepple also had a photo with Tommy Robinson, founder of the English Defense League. The organization grew out of the British hooligan scene and out of football fan groups. Meanwhile, Hepple has removed the photo.

Numerous athletes are committed to anti-racism
The players on both teams knelt before the kick-off as a sign against racism. In addition, all jerseys of the Premier League teams were provided with the phrase "Black Lives Matter", which replaces the names of the footballers. The game continued despite the banner action. Manchester City won the game 5-0 against Burnley FC.

In addition, athletes from other sports speak out against discrimination against blacks. For example, British Formula 1 driver Lewis Hamilton joined the “Black Lives Matter” movement.

Hepple's girlfriend fired from job
After a Twitter mob discovered the employment details of his girlfriend Megan, she was fired by Solace Foot Health and Reflexology simply for being guilty by association.

A statement released by the company said they were “willing to try to help Megan by paying for Intensive Racial Sensitivity training” but that Megan had evidently refused to be re-educated and would rather leave, meaning she was effectively fired for being the boyfriend of a man who thinks “white lives matter.”

The hate mob also obviously discovered that Jamie Hepple’s mother Jill had changed her maiden name but was also connected to the thought criminal.

Solace stressed that Hepple’s mother doesn’t condone her son’s actions so she presumably gets to keep her director job, at least for the time being.

This story once again emphasizes how Twitter and Facebook have just become giant doxxing platforms abused by hate mobs to ruin the lives of people who refuse to cower to political correctness.

Meanwhile, Cambridge Professor Priyamvada Gopal, who tweeted, “white lives don’t matter,” gets to keep her job.

“Presumably a statue has been proposed for her?” asked the Twitter account Hope Not Hate Exposed.

Hepple, fired from his job as well
Hepple was dismissed by aerospace manufacturer Paradigm Precision. The company said in a statement that it “did not condone or tolerate racism in any form”. A Lancashire Police investigation into the incident found that no criminal act had taken place.

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