"If ye love wealth better than liberty, the tranquility of servitude better than the animating contest of freedom, go home from us in peace. We ask not your counsels or your arms. Crouch down and lick the hands which feed you. May your chains set lightly upon you, and may posterity forget that you were our countrymen."

Friday, 8 October 2010

Condell: Wilders Trial

"That pungent mix of authoritarianism and cowardice that we've all become depressingly familiar with." Condell is on the button, as usual:


Something to keep an eye on

9 comments:

  1. One of the things that so depress me - Pat Condell makes the point that we are leaving a world to our children that we wouldn’t want to inhabit, but it is the young who inhabit our universities who are buying into all of this crap.

    I’m inclined to let the muzzies loose on them and see what they think of it all after.

    But, hurray for Pat Condell.

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  2. A nice bit of lateral thinking there, Anon. The dam will be breached at some point - better to do it sooner rather than later.

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  3. Yeah anon, I was talking about the erosions of our rights and freedoms under the EU to a 19yr old in my EU LAW class yesterday and he said"It doesn't affect aything I want to do so who cares!!" I came close to actually twatting him there and then and asking if that interfered with his playstation enough to make him want to use his brain...I however held my tongue and thought as you do above, maybe it is time for an Islamic PolPotulisation of the western world!

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  4. You should have 'twatted' him, Indyanhat. It's best to set them on the straight and narrow when they're young - and no, I'm not joking. After 13yrs of Labour govt no-one is joking.

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  5. You should have "twatted" him with the bloody Playstation & throttled him with the lead Indy ..

    FFS, what sort of 19 year old bloke still wants to be playing kids computer games ?

    Does the dozy knob-end not realise there are blokes & lasses of his own age (and younger) dying or being maimed in Afghanistan .. whilst he sits & presses sodding buttons for fun ?

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  6. You can sign up for the AF but won't be sent into a combat situation until you're 18. As if that makes it any better.

    In some spheres of life 19yrs is still a teenager; in other he's a man and in others he's a youth. We need to look to govt and the courts to sort out this anomaly.

    Otoh: kick them all out and start again: reclaim Magna Carta, the Act of Union and the Act of Settlement.

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  7. Geert Wilders, without doubt Europes 21C Churchill.

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  8. I demur; he isn't as cuddly, doesn't smoke a cigar and has yet to prove himself capable of leading his country through six years of (declared) war.
    If we had a Churchill today, speaking as he did in the 30s and 40s, would he be on trial? Yes, he would and in that sense you're right. Thanks, Banned.

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  9. GV, my remark was a reflection on Chuchills earlier years in the wilderness, almost alone in denouncing appeasment and callling for re-armament.

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