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Tuesday, 15 June 2010

Despicable B@st@rds

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Is it too much to ask for certain groups of people to be stripped of their British citizenship (if they have it) and deported?  I suppose it is really.  It's much better to have these muslim extremists out in the open where we can all point and curse.  Pork sausages and eggs were also involved in the clashes, which seems to me like the waste of a good breakfast.
Members of the Muslim Against the Crusade group clashed with far right protesters as they shouted 'murderers, murderers, murderers' and 'British troops go to hell' as members of the 1st Battalion the Royal Anglian Regiment paraded down the streets of Barking, Essex.

The chants were drowned out by a large mob on the opposite side of the street who retaliated with jeers of 'Traitors' to the Muslim protesters...
One member of the Mac group used a megaphone to shout: 'This is a protest against parading in a Muslim area. We love death the way you love life.'  He branded British soldiers as 'butchers' and 'despots'.
In other, related, news, Inayat Bunglawala suddenly discovers he likes free speech after all as the Home Office considers two exclusion orders,  there's free speech for all except the BNP, and Rory Bremner admits he's too scared to joke about Islam.

While all this is being played out at home, in a land far, far away three more British soldiers have died in the last 24hrs.

13 comments:

  1. Interesting to see the EDL reported in a neutral light rather than the "extreme right wing racist" mode usually promoted by the MSM.

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  2. The language does seem a bit tamer, QM. There's no indication of how large the EDL crowd was - in the pic labelling them there are young mums, toddlers, granddads - they don't look like 'extreme right wing racists'. The people shouting 'Traitors' was labelled "a mob" so I think there's still some way to go for neutral reporting (and policing!)

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  3. The UK has lacked leadership with balls for generations now. UK = Eunuchs R Us!

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  4. It has, Scunnert, and it doesn't show any signs of getting better (except when it comes to cutting public services). The economy is the only thing they talk tough on.

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  5. Captain HaddockJune 15, 2010

    Dunno about hurling frozen Pork sausages .. they should have hurled frozen Bacon rashers, like "frisbees" .. take someone's head off with one of those ;) ..

    According to one report I read, the MAC mob were incensed that British Troops were parading in a "Moose-limb" area .. since when were they granted the right to declare "UDI" ??

    If they object so strongly to British Troops parading proudly on British soil, then I suggest they fuck off to somewhere more compatible with their contemptible views & behaviour ..

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  6. AnonymousJune 15, 2010

    I was in Barking today and believe me there were loads of very unhappy Brits roaming around along with the EDL, MFE and locals, time for our shithouse government to grow some testicles and deport this gargage before the whole thing blows and I really do think it will before long......

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  7. The fact that this so called Islamic group was even allowed to be there, let alone voice their vile opinions, is a good reason to change the 'Great' in 'Great Britain' to Crazy.
    Any other suggestions welcome...

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  8. @ Captain H - there are plenty of other muslim extremists declaring UDI over patches of England (Luton, Burnley) too. It's ok for the local police to say there are no 'no-go-areas in the country but they should tell those who prowl the streets. It's getting worse, not better.

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  9. Anon, that was the impression I also got from the reports and photos - lots of local people mixed in with the EDL. Isn't Barking where Margaret Hodge beat Nick Griffin in the election? I suppose you could say the locals got what they voted for.

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  10. Hi TP - even their name is anachronistic - Muslims against the Crusades, fhs! Someone should tell them they're about eight centuries too late but if they want to fight they're welcome to go and do it in Afghanistan.

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  11. Hi GV, the general election was odd, but then thats down to archaic the first past the post system. I fully expected to see a UKIP or BNP sitting parlimentrian. We obviously didn't, but on closer inspection UKIP and the BNP took the fourth and fifth place respectively in overall vote, whereas the green party with only around 10% of the BNP's total have their first elected official. The question is do we change the voting system or did UKIP and BNP stand in 50/50 constituancies with a large vote, in which case a change in their election policy is needed.

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  12. I disagree about the voting system, TP - I still think FPTP is best. Just because something is "archaic" aka old, traditional, doesn't mean it's wrong.

    AV would have given Labour more seats in the last election and done nothing for the smaller Parties - Labour would have been re-elected. Now, I don't know about you, but I think that's why they were suddenly in favour of changing the system of voting.

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  13. Your quite right GV, I believe one the reasons thing are so messed up is beacause of the continued eradication of traditions and nuances we British hold dear, but sometimes to change something makes people more aware of it. What I mean is that clearly there is something wrong and sometimes almost sinister about the ruling goverment of the last 15-20 years. So to disrupt the casual way in which politicians screw the people of this country you need to upset the balance. Take away something they take for granted.

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