After an heroic and dogged decades long struggle to get the “Coon” cheese name cancelled the thick as two planks professional part-Aboriginal cunt Doctor Stephen Hagan can claim victory as today Canadian company Saputo’s CEO Lino Saputo Jr announced:
Saputo has decided to retire the COON brand name
Coon is named after Edward William Coon (1871–1934) of Philadelphia, USA, and the process by which the cheese is made is called “cooning”. It has nothing to do with the pejorative use of the word, it is literally just somebody’s surname. Not according to Hagan though, who became convinced in his tiny little brain that it was all a racist conspiracy after he allegedly received a letter from the Ku Klux Klan in 1999, in which he was called a
This pathetic creature has a long history of race mongering: he spent years and almost bankrupted himself going all the way to the High Court to try to get the E. S. “Nigger” Brown Stand (named after the 1920’s rugby league player Edwin Stanley Brown, whose nickname was “Nigger”) at a stadium in Toowoomba renamed to something that didn’t cause him to lift his skirt over his head running around crying racism. He tried to recoup his financial losses on all the failed court cases by writing a book – The N Word: One Man’s Stand, published 2005.
Hagan has been very busy recently on the anti-raycism front – only a month ago he launched legal action against Coles because at a service station in Darwin one night he was asked to pre-pay for his petrol. The service station attendant, correctly, had probably racially profiled him, for sane, obvious reasons.