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The last 6 months has seen an alarming spread of right wing politics. From the rise of racism and xenophobia since 23rd June to the dictatorial attitudes of 'prime minister unelect Teressa May' and the rise of her right wing ally Donald Trump.

Right wing politics doesn't just stop there, on a daily basis we see right wing garbage against immigration in the gutter press, channel 5s obsessive propaganda shows against the poor and those on benefits. We see the rise of tuition fees, welfare cuts, sanctions, bedroom taxes. The erosion of our NHS etc.

More worrying is many people of my age at college, who think Trump would be a great president, my school wasn't too bad but what the hell do they teach in other schools where kids leave to support right wing nationalistic values?

What can be done? We need to persuade people away from the gutter press and teach them that right is not right.
We have kids growing up and believing what they read in the Tory tabloid press or the rubbish they might see on channel 5 pushed on them like drugs. They grow to be bigoted, to have contempt for the poor and needy. To develop a truly self centred attitude that will be the envy of the most conservative in society.

Schools need to warn pupils not to support right wing values and thoughts.
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lel stop the spread of u, let people decide for themselves
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This forum is full of right wing degenerates OP: there is no point trying to argue here.


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(Original post by Ambitious1999)
The last 6 months has seen an alarming spread of right wing politics. From the rise of racism and xenophobia since 23rd June to the dictatorial attitudes of 'prime minister unelect Teressa May' and the rise of her right wing ally Donald Trump.

Right wing politics doesn't just stop there, on a daily basis we see right wing garbage against immigration in the gutter press, channel 5s obsessive propaganda shows against the poor and those on benefits. We see the rise of tuition fees, welfare cuts, sanctions, bedroom taxes. The erosion of our NHS etc.

More worrying is many people of my age at college, who think Trump would be a great president, my school wasn't too bad but what the hell do they teach in other schools where kids leave to support right wing nationalistic values?

What can be done? We need to persuade people away from the gutter press and teach them that right is not right.
We have kids growing up and believing what they read in the Tory tabloid press or the rubbish they might see on channel 5 pushed on them like drugs. They grow to be bigoted, to have contempt for the poor and needy. To develop a truly self centred attitude that will be the envy of the most conservative in society.

Schools need to warn pupils not to support right wing values and thoughts.
We could curb free speech, for a start, and mandate that only left wing sentiments can be expressed whether in writing on speech.

There's nothing wrong with somebody thinking that Trump would make a good President, they're entitled to their own opinion. If he/she expresses that out loud, I'll have a disagreement with them. Perhaps we could learn something new from each other.
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Many Czech youths wear the T shirts of Che and Mao and want what their parents and grand parents enjoyed.
Then they are morons who have clearly never read a history book in their lives. And just a side note, you would throw a massive hissy fit if somebody wore a Hitler or Mussolini tshirt, but apparently, far-left mass murderers and tyrants are fine?

Venezuela is also a socialist country.
Yes, and it's an absolute s**thole.
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Its not a case of government controlling the right wing media (although the right is opposed to free thought), its about educating the people our youths to control the media by direct democracy. Media both private and public sector should be run by committees directly elected by the people and there should be freedom to criticise the media.


My proposal is for total democracy so the country is totally run by the people. Children to be educated at school in politics from a young age as they will be the ones running the country with their thoughts and ideas and suggestions to local committees.

The prime minister will simply be a guide.

My ideas are to totally eradicate fascism and wage slavery in. This is a new politics for the problems of the 21st century.
Your hypocrisy and lack of self-awareness is truly astonishing. You're an absolute joke.
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(Original post by Ambitious1999)
The last 6 months has seen an alarming spread of right wing politics. From the rise of racism and xenophobia since 23rd June to the dictatorial attitudes of 'prime minister unelect Teressa May' and the rise of her right wing ally Donald Trump.

Right wing politics doesn't just stop there, on a daily basis we see right wing garbage against immigration in the gutter press, channel 5s obsessive propaganda shows against the poor and those on benefits. We see the rise of tuition fees, welfare cuts, sanctions, bedroom taxes. The erosion of our NHS etc.

More worrying is many people of my age at college, who think Trump would be a great president, my school wasn't too bad but what the hell do they teach in other schools where kids leave to support right wing nationalistic values?

What can be done? We need to persuade people away from the gutter press and teach them that right is not right.
We have kids growing up and believing what they read in the Tory tabloid press or the rubbish they might see on channel 5 pushed on them like drugs. They grow to be bigoted, to have contempt for the poor and needy. To develop a truly self centred attitude that will be the envy of the most conservative in society.

Schools need to warn pupils not to support right wing values and thoughts.
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Speak for yourself. I happen to be left wing but I'm not so arrogant to see someone who disagrees with me as a racist. I know why people voted to leave the EU and I can very much see why people would turn to trump. It doesn't make them bad people for having such views. If you think it does... maybe look in a mirror. You're part of the problem.
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(Original post by Ambitious1999)
The last 6 months has seen an alarming spread of right wing politics. From the rise of racism and xenophobia since 23rd June to the dictatorial attitudes of 'prime minister unelect Teressa May' and the rise of her right wing ally Donald Trump.

Right wing politics doesn't just stop there, on a daily basis we see right wing garbage against immigration in the gutter press, channel 5s obsessive propaganda shows against the poor and those on benefits. We see the rise of tuition fees, welfare cuts, sanctions, bedroom taxes. The erosion of our NHS etc.

More worrying is many people of my age at college, who think Trump would be a great president, my school wasn't too bad but what the hell do they teach in other schools where kids leave to support right wing nationalistic values?

What can be done? We need to persuade people away from the gutter press and teach them that right is not right.
We have kids growing up and believing what they read in the Tory tabloid press or the rubbish they might see on channel 5 pushed on them like drugs. They grow to be bigoted, to have contempt for the poor and needy. To develop a truly self centred attitude that will be the envy of the most conservative in society.

Schools need to warn pupils not to support right wing values and thoughts.
How about people forget being right wing or left wing and just make up their own minds.The left are right about some things and wrong about others.Just like the right are wrong about some things but correct about others.For example immigrants are good for the economy but there is no denying that immigration can have bad effects on society as well.
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Bill Clinton on Labour and Corbyn:

“They reached the interesting conclusion that they lost because they hadn’t moved far left enough, and so they went out and practically got a guy off the street to be the leader of the British Labor Party… they just want the maddest person in the room to represent them.”
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