Si on me demande si je suis raciste,
la réponse est oui !
Je n'aime pas les cons !
La connerie n'a pas de couleur, n'a pas de frontière, ni de religions préférées.
Elle est universelle et très bien partagée.
A bon entendeur
I'll give it a go:
If anyone asks me if I'm racist, the answer is yes! I don't like idiots! (or f**ing idiots if you want the right level of vulgarity). Idiocy has no colour, or frontier, or favourite religion. It's universal and very well shared out. So, a word to the wise.
Just something to add... 'A word to the wise' is literally the closest translation of 'A bon entendeur', but it's not a common expression in English.
A more natural ending might be the rhetorical question 'Know what I mean?'.
Would others agree?
"A more natural ending might be the rhetorical question 'Know what I mean?'."
for Americans, yes, particularly in colloquial usage, I'd agree, however, to my ear,
A Word to the Wise
sounds better and actually far more natural. It seems to me to be fairly common, but that depends heavily on what social circles one hangs out in.
April, 12015 HE (Holocene/Human Era)
In french, it sounds better, though I like your version
MERCI pour la traduction...:)