Coolest Monkey In The Jungle – Letter From Andrew Brons To The Telegraph

Letter to the Editor

The Daily Telegraph

111 Buckingham Palace Road







North Yorkshire


9th January 2018


Dear Sir


The complaints about the black child portrayed in the advertising picture about the coolest
monkey in the jungle
tell us more about the protesters than about anybody else. It is dearly
implied that they would not have been so concerned if the child had been white. Is there

something they are not telling us?

Yours faithfully

Original Signed

Andrew Brons

4 thoughts on “Coolest Monkey In The Jungle – Letter From Andrew Brons To The Telegraph

  1. This reminds me of when three members of Unison were accused of “racism” by the union for using the wise monkeys symbol on a leaflet. See no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil. Thus began a farcical and drawn out episode, of which the avowed “anti racists” we’re eventually cleared of all wrongdoing!

    Beauty is in the eye of the beholder, and “racist” imagery is in the minds eye of the those that perceive it to be. The glaring question here, is WHY?

  2. I NOTE WITH INTEREST that the Rioters were so upset that they felt the need to steal everything. As a Brummie , who lived through the HANDSWORTH RIOTS ( 3 TIMES ) I AM NOT SURPRISED ! Anyway , back to ” you little Monkey. When my brother and I were very young , our nan used to say this to us when we had been mildly naughty. It was a term of mild chastisement with amusement. I truly believe that the Lefty , Liberal Type objection to the slogan on the Jumper is as FAKE as it is ORCHASTRATED. EITHER THAT OR THESE PEOPLE NEED PROFFESIONAL HELP !

  3. Yes I see that the violence is continuing against H&M stores, and just why are they taking it so personally, I think if you hypnotised them that would be a good way of finding out. Apart from that, they’ll just cry Racism , it’s a tried and tested way of silencing debate, and an excuse for making trouble.

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