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#14895706
The presenter says "it's like North Korea or something". Britain is becoming Third World. The girls are, one from Canada the other from US. It's probably the Islamist HR lawyers who are active here. Sadiq Khan, before becoming mayor of London, fought for the radical racist "Nation of Islam" leader, Louis Farrakhan, to be allowed to enter Britain, a man who described white people as 'devils'.
#14895710
Why are right wing people so pro open borders anyway Noir? Why is it you think the UK does not have the right to keep militants with anti British views out of the country? American and Canadians radicals should stay in their own countries and not try to sneak into the UK.
#14895712
1) They are dangerous foreigners and they have no place here. Your globalist open borders propaganda will not work on me.

2) There is no such thing as freedom of speech in the UK and there never has been. These simpletons are not being uniquely oppressed, nobody in the UK has freedom of speech to express whatever political views that they like. The US constitution only applies in the US. The UK is a different country to the USA, why do you right wing people have such a problem understanding that?
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#14895883
Car ramming is Muslim tactic (developed in Palestine). The Bleeding Heart Multiculturalists still refuse to see the reality as it is. For too long, they were brainwashed to treat them as victims and not as preparators, this incident shows how far their intoctrination succeeded.


Meanwhile Tommy Robinson is planning to deliever Martin Sellner’s speech he intented to take at Hyde Park before barred entering.

#14896339
noir wrote:Britishers





Watson has come to the same conclusion as myself.

Now, back to the Nazis. They could get away with what they did because they were able to use indoctrination and coercion to convince enough people of the absolute rightness of what they were doing. Once people are convinced of that, they can even justify mass murder. So the people of the UK have a big problem. An intolerant political ideology has such a hold that people accept suppression of political freedom. What else can those with power now do?


“First they came for the socialists, and I did not speak out - because I was not a socialist.”

Do I need to write the rest, @Decky ?
#14896382
The Nazi slander is the most devastating slander. The German-led EU developed its "anti imperialism" ideology during the the Third Reich. The Nazis supported the "color world" mainly intheir struggle against British imperialism. During the war, they promised the Islamic world they are not "racists", only "anti Jewish". When Britain joined the EU it adopted the "progressive version" of Nazism. That's the irony.
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foxdemon wrote:Now, back to the Nazis. They could get away with what they did because they were able to use indoctrination and coercion to convince enough people of the absolute rightness of what they were doing. Once people are convinced of that, they can even justify mass murder. So the people of the UK have a big problem. An intolerant political ideology has such a hold that people accept suppression of political freedom. What else can those with power now do?


“First they came for the socialists, and I did not speak out - because I was not a socialist.”

Do I need to write the rest, @Decky ?


What's your point exactly? This is not new. No one in the UK has constitutionally protected freedom of speech and we never have done. We are not Frenchmen or Americans. Why are you moaning about bitching about people "loosing" a right that we have never actually had? I wish you people would refrain from talking about a country that you know nothing about.

As I already pointed out this sort of thing happens to left wingers whenever they try and have pro republican demonstrations against our unelected despot in Buckingham palace.

I know the right like to play the victim but they are not being treated any differently to anyone else in the UK. If I were to go out today and try to convince a solider to form a military trade union I could go to prison for it. A lack of freedom of expression is how politics is in the UK and it always has been. Go cry about it somewhere else.
#14896471
Watson gives a list of terrorists and hate preachers who were let in, while these identitarian activists were banned. The different is that an organized group can always outmaneuvered atomized indifferent society. If only one side "human rights" lawyers are active, of course their agenda will prevail.

Nigel Farage gives a voice to Lauren Southern


#14896483
Decky wrote:What's your point exactly? This is not new. No one in the UK has constitutionally protected freedom of speech and we never have done. We are not Frenchmen or Americans. Why are you moaning about bitching about people "loosing" a right that we have never actually had? I wish you people would refrain from talking about a country that you know nothing about.

As I already pointed out this sort of thing happens to left wingers whenever they try and have pro republican demonstrations against our unelected despot in Buckingham palace.

I know the right like to play the victim but they are not being treated any differently to anyone else in the UK. If I were to go out today and try to convince a solider to form a military trade union I could go to prison for it. A lack of freedom of expression is how politics is in the UK and it always has been. Go cry about it somewhere else.



The British police harasses Tommy at Speaker's Corner at Hyde Park. You may have not constitutionally protected freedom of speech but What about the proud British institution, the Speaker's corner at Hyde Park?

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