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Having lots of "culture minority" MPs is NOT good watch

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    (Original post by subject1)
    Yet, they have succeeded in kicking Nigel OUT of South Thanet. BYE NIGEL BYE GO TO YOUR LOONY FRUITCAKE LAND!
    They didn't do it. The fearmongering of the SNP just about kept Nigel out of South Thanet by 2000 votes. You'd be stupid to think it was because of silly little fascist activists groups. Like him or loathe him, that seat is his next time.
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    This really is a stupid thread lmao and you can see by the majority of comments on here haha
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    (Original post by PoorBastward)
    They didn't do it. The fearmongering of the SNP just about kept Nigel out of South Thanet by 2000 votes. You'd be stupid to think it was because of silly little fascist activists groups. Like him or loathe him, that seat is his next time.
    That is what they said before the election too, that Nigel WILL win. Nigel was soo sure he would win that he said he would resign if he didn't (and turns out he is staying after all!)

    I doubt if UKIP will grow in the next election, with the EU referendum and the poor actual gain in terms of seats, voters will vote other parties instead if proportional representation is not used in the next election.

    The UK is generally becoming more tolerant and less racist, as we can see with the collapse and fall of several far-right groups and racist organisations. So I doubt if we will see more votes in the next election for UKIP.
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    (Original post by subject1)
    That is what they said before the election too, that Nigel WILL win. Nigel was soo sure he would win that he said he would resign if he didn't (and turns out he is staying after all!)

    I doubt if UKIP will grow in the next election, with the EU referendum and the poor actual gain in terms of seats, voters will vote other parties instead if proportional representation is not used in the next election.

    The UK is generally becoming more tolerant and less racist, as we can see with the collapse and fall of several far-right groups and racist organisations. So I doubt if we will see more votes in the next election for UKIP.
    Fearmongering over the SNP and tactical voting by labour voters was the reason he lost not because we are becoming less racist. Only idiots think UKIP is a racist party.

    A lot of people now know that UKIP has a 3.8 million strong voter base and with a little bit more they will actually get seats next time even under FPTP, it's practically a guarantee. We will have to wait and see if they still stick around to vote for UKIP again though.

    If anything i'd say Labour will lose more votes and seats seeing as the UK is generally becoming less socialist and more sane.
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    (Original post by College_Dropout)
    Please enlighten me, what exactly is British culture?
    Fish & Chips and Getting drunk on a friday night.
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    (Original post by PoorBastward)
    Fearmongering over the SNP and tactical voting by labour voters was the reason he lost not because we are becoming less racist. Only idiots think UKIP is a racist party.

    A lot of people now know that UKIP has a 3.8 million strong voter base and with a little bit more they will actually get seats next time even under FPTP, it's practically a guarantee. We will have to wait and see if they still stick around to vote for UKIP again though.

    If anything i'd say Labour will lose more votes and seats seeing as the UK is generally becoming less socialist and more sane.
    The country is becoming less socialist but Labour is also moving towards the centre so there Labour should be able to maintain its voting base.

    As I have argued before, UKIP is not technically racist, but it empowers people to be racist.
    For example, people of minority ethnic in South Thanet have said that racist attacks against them have increased since Nigel Farage decided to stand there. This is because racists feel that they can now use discrimination and treat another person not as a human being, as an "anti-immigration" party now stands there.
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    (Original post by billydisco)
    This wasn't meant as a "you werent born here? We don't like you" thread

    I am simply saying there are people living here, of certain cultures, not adopting to our culture who want to enforce their culture on us. For example, Sharia Law.

    I was then ridiculed and told that people who are voted could be trusted to act in Britain's interest..... oh with the small exception we have two MPs who are the political arm of the IRA terrorist group...... :rolleyes:
    Sorry just saw this.
    Tbh it seems like you have more of a problem with muslims than anyone else?
    Sadly all muslims seem to have been given a bad image and are all associated with negative things like terrorism. In fact, a lot of muslims are being killed for disagreeing with terrorist groups and many are protesting against the implementation of Hudud Law in some countries (which is linked to Sharia Law in a way)
    Anyway, everyone's entitled to their own opinion. I still disagree with yours, but that's not your problem
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    (Original post by clayclaytonton)
    Sorry just saw this.
    Tbh it seems like you have more of a problem with muslims than anyone else?
    Sadly all muslims seem to have been given a bad image and are all associated with negative things like terrorism. In fact, a lot of muslims are being killed for disagreeing with terrorist groups and many are protesting against the implementation of Hudud Law in some countries (which is linked to Sharia Law in a way)
    Anyway, everyone's entitled to their own opinion. I still disagree with yours, but that's not your problem
    Okay, Islam is no different to any of the other religions in the world...... damn I couldn't keep a straight face!
 
 
 
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