"We're not racist," says Kilroy, "but everyone knows black people are good at sport!"
And have a great sense of rhythm and stuff...
Yep - Kilroy's recruited himself an ethnic! Sounds like no one was too impressed though - only three people turned up to the press conference:
"Mr McKenzie had booked a conference suite at Fairfield, where he awaited visitors from the press with Marianne Bowness, who plans to contest the Croydon Central constituency for Veritas.
"But instead of a packed auditorium, the pair were greeted to the sight of rows and rows of empty seats.
"Mrs Bowness, a PR expert who promotes Mr McKenzie, told the seven seated inside: 'We were expecting TV cameras this morning. But of the two that were due to arrive, one had called off and the other hasn't arrived either, so we'll have to grin and bear it.'"
Now yes, McKenzie is an ex-boxer, and he's black - but why do Veritas need a sports spokesman anyway? Haven't they considered for a moment that it could look like your typical casual racism to lump black issues and sport together? And what about non-black ethnic minorities? Or do we have to wait for someone Chinese to turn up before we get a "Spokesman for Chinese and Efficient Service Issues"?
FYI: WInston McKenzie stood as an independent in the Brent East By Election - pulling in just 197 votes for his self-proclaimed "Black Voice for Great Britain" party.
His key message? "Stop all immigration because Britain is full."
Lookee - handy Winston McKenzie campaign literature - if it weren't for the fact the BNP wouldn't let him in, methinks that might be more appropriate...