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Rothy
12-06-2005, 19:08:26
Hi,
I would like to discuss the BNP.

Yes, we all know they are a bad party, and a few of their members push turds through people letterboxes but does that mean that they should be banned as a party? what would thier critics have happen to them?

The alternative, that we ban them and thier members standing as political party, censor out all their information and lock away their supporters is surely worse?

There are thousands of people voting for them in the north west.

Cruddy
12-06-2005, 19:11:13
Originally posted by Rothy
what would thier critics have happen to them?


Just point out they are a bunch of Nazis.

Enough said.

Rothy
12-06-2005, 20:02:38
That seems quite fair - most of thier policies, when you read between the lines seem to aspire to Nazi Ideals.

What of those that express sympathy towards them though, PURELY on the grounds of Democratic rights??

Beta1
12-06-2005, 20:06:24
I think someones mistaken us for the "other place" again.

Sweeper
12-06-2005, 20:20:22
I found a really good forum for discussing political thingums actually. It's here (http://www.euroforums.co.uk/cgi_bin/ikonboard.cgi) I think.

Cruddy
12-06-2005, 20:21:45
Originally posted by Beta1
I think someones mistaken us for the "other place" again.

Strange. I thought CG was full of mass debators.

Sweeper
12-06-2005, 20:29:52
I can see how that confusion would have arisen.

Spartak
12-06-2005, 21:12:53
Indeed but we won't want to discuss the BNP here, far too serious.

Lazarus and the Gimp
12-06-2005, 21:29:05
Originally posted by Rothy

There are thousands of people voting for them in the north west.

There are also thousands of people in the north-west who don't wash their genitals on a regular basis, but why the fuck should we assume that this awards some sort of virtue to having manky tackle?

Cruddy
12-06-2005, 21:36:43
Well, if they are avoiding worldly things (like soap) some would award them some sort of virtue.

Most people would just avoid them though.

Lazarus and the Gimp
12-06-2005, 21:45:41
Originally posted by Rothy

What of those that express sympathy towards them though, PURELY on the grounds of Democratic rights??

They're stupid, seeing as the BNP is actively opposed to full democratic suffrage in this country.

Have you heard of the 10 year plan? If the BNP get elected, there will be a 10 year period in which "non-native Britons" will be compensated to leave the country voluntarily. After 10 years, they will be deported on a compulsory basis with no compensation. It's not detailed in their manifestos, but if you go to the CFC forums there's a BNP acivist called "Britannia" who posts there and he will confirm this.

Democracy? Not them.

Provost Harrison
12-06-2005, 21:46:11
The headquarters of those bastards are just a few miles south of here :eek: This is the kind of filth we are dealing with and do not forget it:

http://observer.guardian.co.uk/race/story/0,11255,664997,00.html

Now I live in Eltham which is where the Stephen Lawrence murder happened so you are always well aware of these twats and the damage they are willing to inflict, not really looking to the real root causes of their problem and just using their hate as a weapon.

Beta1
12-06-2005, 22:34:00
Theres something feintly surreal about PH having what looks like Emperor Palpatine as his avatar and complainging about people using hate as a weapon...

Shouldn't you be encouraging us to strike people down with our anger?

Rothy
12-06-2005, 22:34:26
Well there seems to me then a difference in what the BNP say and do. Maybe the Party should seek to distnace themselves from thier previous activists.

Still, In not sure whether someone on some Chelsea board should be relied on to confirm party policy over thie manifesto??

Provost Harrison
12-06-2005, 22:38:52
Originally posted by Beta1
Theres something feintly surreal about PH having what looks like Emperor Palpatine as his avatar and complainging about people using hate as a weapon...

Shouldn't you be encouraging us to strike people down with our anger?

Look closely at who that particular Sith lord is...Darth Idiot ;)

Provost Harrison
12-06-2005, 22:40:04
Originally posted by Rothy
Well there seems to me then a difference in what the BNP say and do. Maybe the Party should seek to distnace themselves from thier previous activists.

Still, In not sure whether someone on some Chelsea board should be relied on to confirm party policy over thie manifesto??

Well you've seen recent occurances with raids on BNP members in the West Yorkshire area (IIRC) and Griffin having been arrested recently. This leopard has certainly not changed it's spots. I'm sure Khmer Rouge had a quite acceptable face to the rest of the world when they needed to...

LoD
12-06-2005, 22:54:12
Sorry, but I couldn't help it.

Originally posted by Rothy
Hi,
I would like to discuss the NSDAP.

Yes, we all know they are a bad party, and a few of their members push turds through people letterboxes but does that mean that they should be banned as a party? what would thier critics have happen to them?

The alternative, that we ban them and thier members standing as political party, censor out all their information and lock away their supporters is surely worse?

There are thousands of people voting for them all over the country.

Rothy
12-06-2005, 22:58:02
Umm, maybe your right (Provist) but i'm not sure about Political arrests tho - what is happening to that fella in Russia is a disgrace.

Spartak
12-06-2005, 23:57:00
Which one?

Provost Harrison
12-06-2005, 23:57:34
The one that occupies loads of north Asia ;)

Spartak
12-06-2005, 23:59:21
Oh that one. I meant which fellah. If you mean Khordakhovsky than I'm afraid you are barking up the wrong tree.

The Norks
13-06-2005, 00:00:19
I have accidentally befriended a BNP taxi driver. He's alright, just dumb. I tried to persuade him that voting Conservative might assuage his immigration worries yet provide a more balanced manifesto.

I had to scrub off two layers of skin with Dettol afterwards.

Spartak
13-06-2005, 00:01:13
ew. Even then I'm not sure I could recommend anyone to vote Tory.

Provost Harrison
13-06-2005, 00:12:02
Originally posted by Spartak
Oh that one. I meant which fellah. If you mean Khordakhovsky than I'm afraid you are barking up the wrong tree.

100-0 perhaps? ;)

The Norks
13-06-2005, 00:14:01
Originally posted by Spartak
ew. Even then I'm not sure I could recommend anyone to vote Tory.

its only a rung up from BNP these days, but as it transpired he didnt vote anyway as he hadnt registered- duh!

Provost Harrison
13-06-2005, 00:14:45
It's a dangerous thing befriending taxi drivers you know...you never know who you are going to get!

Rothy
13-06-2005, 04:40:13
Correct, just like a box chocolates*

* Unless you read the leaflet that comes with the chocolates

Oerdin
13-06-2005, 05:47:25
That's cheating.

Beta1
13-06-2005, 09:14:13
Originally posted by Provost Harrison
Look closely at who that particular Sith lord is...Darth Idiot ;)

LOL, havn't seen the lastest film yet!

The Norks
13-06-2005, 09:58:33
in every chocolate box there is always a couple of duff fruit based chocolates, when all everyone really wants is the nut/coffee based chocs

*starts internet war on fruit based cholocolates*

Nills Lagerbaak
13-06-2005, 10:02:37
Dark chocolate is better than white chocolate. Discuss

Funko
13-06-2005, 10:03:27
The fruit based chocolates are in there for the girls, the nut and coffee based ones are man chocolates - FACT!

Tizzy
13-06-2005, 10:08:21
Urgh, coffee chocolate :vom:

Funko
13-06-2005, 10:08:46
See!

Funko
13-06-2005, 10:09:09
Originally posted by Nills Lagerbaak
Dark chocolate is better than white chocolate. Discuss

White chocolate is horrible.

Funko
13-06-2005, 10:09:30
Is that racialist of me?

The Norks
13-06-2005, 10:13:14
I like Lindt 70% cocoa chocolate. I'm working up to 80%, which is almost savoury.

I can't actually eat cheap chocolate now, it makes me sick.

hmm.... Lindt

I likes a nice nut/coffee choc though. Maybe I am a man :confused:

The Norks
13-06-2005, 10:13:41
Originally posted by Funko
Is that racialist of me?

yes you fucking insensitive bastard

*sob*

Funko
13-06-2005, 10:15:31
Originally posted by The Norks
I likes a nice nut/coffee choc though. Maybe I am a man :confused:

I knew it.

The Norks
13-06-2005, 10:16:55
the Norks are just a ruse.

Lazarus and the Gimp
13-06-2005, 17:36:06
Originally posted by Rothy
Well there seems to me then a difference in what the BNP say and do. Maybe the Party should seek to distnace themselves from thier previous activists.


That would involve distancing themselves from their entire national executive.

Chris
13-06-2005, 20:37:44
Originally posted by Funko
The fruit based chocolates are in there for the girls, the nut and coffee based ones are man chocolates - FACT! And Funko STILL eats the fruit ones...FACT!

Provost Harrison
13-06-2005, 22:52:11
I like the fruit ones, actually! They're not for girls, they're for cool people!

The Norks
14-06-2005, 00:17:36
they're for fruits :D

Provost Harrison
14-06-2005, 01:09:19
There's nothing like nibbling on a strawberry or orange cream rather than any of that coffee or toffee shite...

Rothy
14-06-2005, 01:38:08
People really actually go for the coffee??
I thought they were just imposed due the age-old laws of Chocolates pruduction.

Now, I am a big fan of all coffee based drinks, but try giving me coffee cake or coffee chocolates, yuk

Funko
14-06-2005, 09:01:19
Originally posted by Provost Harrison
I like the fruit ones, actually! They're not for girls, they're for cool people!

I rest my case.

zmama
14-06-2005, 11:00:12
I like the caramels

Funko
14-06-2005, 11:01:46
zmana! :eek:

zmama
14-06-2005, 11:08:53
Yes, I'm often short of mana these days :cute:

Drekkus
14-06-2005, 11:21:21
you're falling from the sky?

zmama
14-06-2005, 11:23:05
Yes dammit...must be my non-belief

Drekkus
14-06-2005, 11:26:37
Or is the sky falling on you?