JIMMY Carr has spoken out saying he will be “cancelled”, but “I will go down” after being criticized for his Holocaust comments.
Comedian, 49 years old, was blown away after his gruesome remarks during his hour-long Netflix special titled ‘His Dark Materials.’
In the broadcast on Christmas Day, he spoke of “six million Jewish lives lost” in horror.
As for his breakthrough, he made a gruesome remark about the mass murder of tourists during the carnage.
The vile comments about the Romani and Sinti mass murders during World War II were influenced by celebrities, charities and Downing Street.
Follow Mirror, a slanderer shouted on a show over the weekend: “Are we going to talk about the Holocaust?”
Jimmy replied, “We’re going to talk about the cancellation culture, the whole thing.
“We’ll talk about everything, everyone. Relax.”
After joking about insulting the LGBT community, Jimmy said: “We’re talking my friends at the last chance party.
“What I’m saying on stage tonight is hardly acceptable. In ten years, I’ll forget about it.
“You should be able to tell your grandchildren about watching this show tonight.
“You would say I saw a man and he was on stage and he made light of serious problems.
“We used to call them jokes and people would laugh.”
Continuing his attack at his concert last night, Jimmy said: “I’m going to be cancelled, which is bad news. The good news is I’m going down.
“The joke that ended my career, it was there. It’s on YouTube, Netflix, or whatever, and it’s fine until one day it’s gone.”
The comedian then said he wouldn’t come down with a whimper between calls for him to give up the foundation and even being investigated by the police.
‘WAYING DOWN TO SWEDEN’
Celebrity Big Brother and My Big Fat Gypsy Wedding star Paddy Doherty said: “He should be investigated by the police.
“It was not a joke. He’s talking about mass murder as a positive thing – is he allowed to say this about black people killed by the Ku Klux Klan?
“There’s a level you don’t reach. More than a million of my people have lost their lives.”
While Jimmy’s close friend and fellow comedian, David Baddiel said the gag was “cruel and inhumane, malevolent and racist” in a Twitter thread.
He added: “As a footnote, I’d like to add that Jimmy is a dear friend of mine and an excellent stand in general. It makes no difference to how I feel or think about it. this particular joke.”
Hope Not Hate, an anti-fascist and anti-racism advocacy group, also condemned the comedian’s joke on Friday.
In a tweet, they said: “Comedy is a great tool for progressive change and it’s a shame that Jimmy Carr decided to use his platform to celebrate the murder of one of the most marginalized groups in the world. society.”
The Traveler Movement – a charity that supports the UK travel community – said: “This is truly disturbing and goes beyond comical.
“We need all of your support in calling for this issue.”
The Auschwitz Memorial urged him to “learn about the fate of the approximately 23,000 Roma and Sinti deported to the Auschwitz camp” in a tweet to their 1.2 million followers.
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