BRITISH Nationalism has found two unlikely heroes in Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby and its all down to right-wing sh*t-posting extraordinaire, MasterBrew.
In 2010, Willoughby made a gaffe whilst doing a live link on ITV’s This Morning, which ended with her doing a Nazi salute.
“We are set, apparently, for a heatwave,” she started her link to camera, “According to the force – casters… force casters?” After struggling to say “forecasters”, she tried to make a joke, blurting out: “May the force be with you!” and she accompanied it with a Nazi salute – while being totally unaware of her gaffe.
The Star Wars phrase does not have a gesture that goes with it – and it later emerged that she had been trying to do an impression … of Superman.
Eight years later, social shitposter MasterBrew decided to use the clip on his Facebook and Twitter accounts, with hilarious consequences that had the likes of Boy George responding with outrage.
MB then posted a video of Schofield responding to a guest who appeared on This Morning who was born white, but wanted to “become black.”
A day later, MB posted Phillip in a black turtleneck and said: “I could not ask to live in any other moment of history than this.”
Later that day, a story was posted about Holly Willougby “angering her neighbours by flying Union flag above her London home.”
The next day Boy George fell for the shitpost of the century and he responded to a tweet by MasterBrew saying that Willoughby was “caught mid wave.”
MasterBrew then tweeted: “Leading figures of the entertainment industry are already attempting to downplay what we know to be true!”
And later wrote:
Then the Master posted a cartoon which took the shitpost to a whole new level.
A few days later, Schofield was made to look like he was defending the This Morning kitchen from invasion by Italian chef Gino d’acampo.
All hail MasterBrew.