Jeremy Clarkson never made racist comments, he just went against the whole PC nonsense. People are way too sensitive.
Yeah! Down with political correctness!! It's bloody ridiculous you can't walk down your high street shouting racial abuse or writing it on someone's car in excrement. It's PC gone mad. It's an outrage that you can't slap your female colleague's arse with out a sexual harassment tribunal. It's PC gone mad thanks to those bloody feminazis. You can't even go out in a white hood brandishing a burning cross or some liberal lefty will call you a racist - and some of best friends are black. IT'S PC GONE MAD!!!!!
And I agree people are just so sensitive these days - it was much better before political correctness when people from ethnic minorities lived in fear of being attacked, when National Front thugs would regularly parade up and down British cities, when women feared reporting domestic abuse and being sexually assaulted and when gay people were beaten up by skinheads. Thank god that these days political correctness has gone mad and has made all of those issues go away - Muslims aren't afraid of being attacked, EDL thugs don't parade in our cities, all cases of domestic abuse and sexual assault are reported and gay people never face discrimination. Political correctness has definitely gone mad - we now live in an era where the white British, middle class, protestant, straight, able bodied man is the most disadvantaged member of our society.
All these stories of gender pay gaps, racial abuse daubed on mosques and women, minorities, LGBT, disabled people and the state educated being underrepresented in our media and political institutions - that's all just part of a liberal-leftie-Guardian reader-BBC-EU-communist conspiracy to allow Black Muslim lesbians to run the country. Racist, sexist, homophobic, disablist, xenophobic behaviour is in no way legitimised by one of the BBC and television's top paid stars spouting out sh*t he probably doesn't even really believe. And yes Jeremy Clarkson is really rallying against the PC establishment - he, who lives in the same village as David Cameron and who is privately educated and is known to socialise with the Murdoch's and some cabinet politicians, is in no way part of the establishment. He's not some kind of warrior rebelling against some mythical PC establishment - he's a privileged white man who is paid by other privileged white men to do a job largely based on his penchant for saying deliberately offensive things. That's it.
If you want to know the truth about political correctness - I recommend you try reading this
book. You'll find pretty quickly that stories like Winterval are bendings of the truth, Manchester is not being renamed personchester (which would be ironic given the Man- part of the name actually means breast) and renaming things like chairman as chair is more to do with dealing with the antiquated and inbuilt misogyny that pervades the English language than some kind of feminist conspiracy.