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Politics in the UK
« on: May 07, 2006, 01:39:28 AM »
Anyone hear been following it recently?. Does anyone care ;D.

I used to be a member of the conservative party but left due to being seriously disillusioned with both it and politics. I don't even vote now.

To be honest everything is a mess. We have a conservative as Labour leader. Both main parties are trying to outdo each other for the centre ground. Huge scandals for Labour 'losing' foreign murders and rapists, and 'two shags'. Sleaze is rife, cash for peerages in the Lords,

Crime is rife. At least where I live. And no it wasn't as bad ten years ago.The unstable ness of our poltical system can be seen in the rise of the British National party. A racist party if Americans are reading this. Labour will play it down but to be honest a party with it's views in a healthy society shouldn't be getting any votes. The BNP has much more support than it used to.

We even have Black and mixed race people voting for them. As theyare tired of the crime and overcrowding as well. It is a protest vote for both parties to wake up and listen. And it is annoying when people dismiss these voters as racist or stupid.  If you have parties fighting for the small amount of political ground people with all different sorts of issues are being disregarded.

It also doesn't help that most of the politcal elite in the UK are either senile old fools or brainwashed by political correctness. Blair and Labour have spat on the working class and this is what results. The conservatives always seen as the party of law of order will not address these issues as they want to come across as caring , not racist and 'in touch' with society. When Thatcher was in power for all her faults the BNP were nothing. And they hated her for it.

The Old Labour party always stood for tolerance and inclusion and workers rights. I was never a supporter but I respected them. What will be Blairs legacy? a rise of intolerance and racism,  Sleaze of a large magnitude  and the marginalising of a large section of society.That is what I feel people will remember him for anyway.

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Re: Politics in the UK
« Reply #1 on: May 07, 2006, 04:33:42 AM »
I have followed the progress of the far right right for many years. They have surges of success from time to time. Compared to Europe the influence of the extremes has been reduced by our none PR systems, but they are now winning more often.

In the UK there is an elephant in the room which we can't name. I live in Birmingham where we are plagued with electoral fraud; one faction of our community is involved. If I (WASP), begin to say what I see I get tagged a racist  but I'm not a racist. I do not think for one minute that there is racial ie genetic reason why these people are politically corrupt. Its imported from their homeland, they are not born to do it nor are their more children likely to do it.

If I don't like and want it stopped what do I do?  

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Re: Politics in the UK
« Reply #2 on: May 18, 2006, 08:59:53 AM »
WASP? ;D

Re: Politics in the UK
« Reply #3 on: May 20, 2006, 02:49:05 AM »
white anglo-saxon protestent (WASP)- its an American acronymn

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Re: Politics in the UK
« Reply #4 on: May 20, 2006, 07:53:32 AM »
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white anglo-saxon protestent (WASP)- its an American acronymn


How can an American be Protestant? (protestant=church of england) . lol......I agreaa it if is for us brits....but if americans are using it i think the P may stand for something else... :P. I wouldn't like to say what as i have to much fun with them of late...lol

I agrea with Givemeresprite, i have many black & asian friends but i will still say to them , what they say to me . The majority of the asians( young asains)  in the North-east are on the take....wannabe gangsters, its sad really. And if you go to london the white market stall trders think they are gang-land villans...hmmmmm.......I think every race is Good and Bad...just like life :) . Choose you friends for their values and qualitys not their colour......ever race has a bunch of C*nts and it shows geographicaly....lol.

Re: Politics in the UK
« Reply #5 on: May 20, 2006, 09:43:07 AM »
The BNP are a joke. I don't know how they dare to call themselves the British National Party. British Nationalism isn't about disliking Blacks or people from different religions. As well as this I wish they would stop using our Union Jack all the time. It's offensive.

Calling themselves a right wing party as well is laughable many of their policies are socialist policies. Look at their manifesto. It's complete bollocks ;D.There are scum in all races and communities, it is becoming a serious problem that needs dealing with , but turning groups of people against each other won't help.

I'm no liberal , but round my way all the drug dealers are white , and a BNP member who I know down the gym telling me the cause is black rap culture is bollocks as well. The reason our society doesn't look so nice is all the PC rubbish getting in the way. The human rights act needs to be scrapped as it is stopping the law dealing with the scum as they should be.

If people come here from other countries to seek asylum and commit crimes they should be sent back. I couldn't give a feck if they get killed. They should have thought about it before breaking the human rights of their victims. We have enough scum as it is without taking in other peoples.

I for one am fed up of seeing junkys waiting at 8am for their morning fix at the park. I'm fed up of chavs kicking in peoples cars. I'm fed up of the Police doing feck because they are scared about losing their jobs. I know a few people who aren't white, they are law abiding successful people  and if the BNP want to throw people out, throw out the oxygen theives who think they are untouchable. Rather than picking on people for their race skin colour or religion or whatever insane things they go by. Then they might get my vote.

 

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Re: Politics in the UK
« Reply #6 on: May 20, 2006, 09:59:16 AM »
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