The Grand Tour (Amazon) v Top Gear (BBC)

A piece published on the website of Justice for Men & Boys (and the women who love them), the political party of which I’m the chairman, in November 2018:

Earlier today I caught the first episode in the second series of The Grand Tour, on Amazon Prime, where you can watch The Red Pill at no additional cost.

You may recall that the BBC sacked Jeremy Clarkson on flimsy grounds, after which he moved to Amazon along with his sidekicks James May and Richard Hammond, the programme being titled The Grand Tour. In the first episode of the second series, the storyline is that Hammond has booked the three of them into a Swiss “health hotel”, in which they cannot order alcoholic beverages. Cue dinner at a table outside the hotel, the three of them facing plates of only salad leaves. After some moaning, Clarkson delivers this:

You know who eats this stuff, don’t you? Women!

Somehow I can’t see that having made it past the BBC feminazi censors…

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