In John Cleeses’ opinion, racist jokes are great but so unfashionable.
He was lamenting that he couldn’t tell the racist jokes he liked, for example, in America he couldn’t tell jokes about Mexicans.
He told us the joke about Mexicans and we laughed, but we aren’t Americans.
He suggested that by avoiding a joke about a race we are almost saying that they can’t look after themselves. It’s almost racists in itself.
I noticed he didn’t make any aboriginal jokes. …