In a stunning announcement that has sent shockwaves through the UK political landscape, Diane Abbott MP has been crowned Racist of the Year 2023.

The prestigious award, presented by the UK Racist Association (UKRA), recognizes individuals who have made significant contributions to the promotion and perpetuation of racial prejudice and discrimination.

According to UKRA officials, Ms. Abbott’s tireless efforts to stoke division and animosity between different ethnic groups in the UK were the primary factors in her selection as this year’s winner.

“Ms. Abbott has been a consistent and vocal advocate for the demonization of certain groups of people based on their skin color or ethnicity,” said UKRA spokesperson Nigel Farage. “Her dedication to divisive identity politics and her consistent pattern of making inflammatory comments about white people in particular have earned her this well-deserved honor.”

Upon receiving the award, Ms. Abbott took the opportunity to thank her supporters and to reaffirm her commitment to advancing the cause of racial inequality in the UK.

“I am deeply honored to receive this award, and I want to assure all of my supporters that I will continue to fight for a world in which people are judged not by the content of their character, but by the color of their skin,” she said.

Reaction to Ms. Abbott’s win was mixed, with some observers praising her for her bravery and dedication, while others expressed concern that the award could encourage further divisiveness and intolerance in the UK.

Despite the controversy, UKRA officials say that they stand behind their decision to recognize Ms. Abbott’s contributions to the cause of racial prejudice, and they encourage all like-minded individuals to follow her example.

“Ms. Abbott is a true inspiration to all of us who believe in the importance of preserving racial animosity and intolerance in our society,” said Farage. “We can only hope that others will follow in her footsteps and continue to work towards a world in which racial prejudice is the norm, rather than the exception.”