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    (Original post by Topperfalkon)
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    What's that got to do with my post?
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    (Original post by Willderness)
    TBH, I agree with you, but not your rascist biggotry.

    The UK has become PATHETIC - Everything has to be politically correct and in human nature it is absoulte bull****. It is in every human's instinct to be warey of foreigners as they are different and may be a threat - The tribal instinct. It is stupid to pretend that people aren't raisist.

    What I don't agree with is agressive raisism. I live in Dubai, Middle East and it is a very multicultural society. By living here I have got to know people of every race and therefore I understand them. This is the only way to overcome raisism. I am freindly to everyone, but have my reservations about certain races FROM EXPERIENCE and hence I have preconceptions about them before I speak to them.

    People are different, one totally acceptable thing in one culture is offensive in another. Examples:

    Asians doing the 'patience' hand gesture get's westerner's boil boiling, yet asians think it is perfectly fine and not rude.
    If an Arab shows you the sole of their shoe it is considered a great insult, but to us it is hilarious.
    Asians stare at you, obviosuly considered rude in western culture but normal in countries such as India/Pakistan.

    The starter of this thread is obivously a complete biggot and hates every Asian he sees - he is arrogant and ignorant and needs to understand other races.
    UK immigrants need to embrace the UK culture and not form their own little colonies such as Birmingham/Bradford. It creates a divide between the cultures.

    All in all, I think the UK is far too liberal and seems to put foreigners before Nationals in an exagerated bid not to look raisict. The UK government need to take a leaf out of the UAE government's book - Arabs are well and truely first class citizens and have many privilages, while immigrants (expats) are there to work and once they can no longer work it is time for them to leave.

    Political Correctness is Bull****. British Nationals (not 'British passport holders' - they give British passports out like sweets) should come first, it is our country and we should not be the foreigners within it. I feel I cannot even look at a black person incase they think I'm looking at them cos they're black...

    It's gone too far.
    Actually I think you'll find we should be getting rid of the idea of "countries" and "nationalities" altogether and finally just embracing our common humanity.

    :awesome:
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    (Original post by titanomachy)
    What's that got to do with my post?
    You were complaining about freedom of speech. What the OP posted is more than likely breaching the ToS. I could be wrong though...
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    (Original post by Topperfalkon)
    You were complaining about freedom of speech. What the OP posted is more than likely breaching the ToS. I could be wrong though...
    I wasn't complaining about freedom of speech, I was pointing out that it's important but sometimes unpleasant to defend. I don't care if the OP broke the ToS, and if he did then the thread should be pulled, on that basis. But not on the basis of knee jerk censorship of any and every incendiary opinion.
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    (Original post by Hoz)
    What heritage you idiot? You mean of romanic, norsk and a variety of different CULTURES?
    The British complexion is rather unique and special. Cheeks that beam a rosy pink colour under exertion or over-exuberance, hair that is often light brown, freckles, ginger hair.

    Then there is the English language itself, which is like verbal ballet and endures a global popularity even in these dire times. I could go on......
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    (Original post by titanomachy)
    I wasn't complaining about freedom of speech, I was pointing out that it's important but sometimes unpleasant to defend. I don't care if the OP broke the ToS, and if he did then the thread should be pulled, on that basis. But not on the basis of knee jerk censorship of any and every incendiary opinion.
    fair enough.
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    (Original post by bristol_06)
    The British complexion is rather unique and special. Cheeks that beam a rosy pink colour under exertion or over-exuberance, hair that is often light brown, freckles, ginger hair.

    Then there is the English language itself, which is like verbal ballet and endures a global popularity even in these dire times. I could go on......
    you do know that the english language was created from the french language?
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    (Original post by bristol_06)
    The British complexion is rather unique and special. Cheeks that beam a rosy pink colour under exertion or over-exuberance, hair that is often light brown, freckles, ginger hair.

    Then there is the English language itself, which is like verbal ballet and endures a global popularity even in these dire times. I could go on......
    You're an idiot, and probably half foreign. I'm talking brown foreign. On your mothers side.
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    (Original post by MichaelG)
    you do know that the english language was created from the french language?
    And took major influence, like the french language, from latin and greek...
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    (Original post by MichaelG)
    you do know that the english language was created from the french language?
    Nope
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    God, philology is dying right here, in this thread.
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    I say nuke Bristol then there is a chance that this loser will die
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    (Original post by MichaelG)
    you do know that the english language was created from the french language?
    No, it has roots in several languages with germanic and latin roots, but it wasn't exclusively created from them. It has also been refined over many centuries.
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    (Original post by Mr. Orange)
    I say nuke Bristol then there is a chance that this loser will die
    only if it's a small nuke...the fallout will drift...
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    lol. OP, haha. Never before in my life have I seen a less tactful and well thought out argument. You can argue against multiculturalism with everyone just fine, but wording everything like that, not to mention offending half the forums isn't the way forward. Made me laugh.
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    (Original post by Willderness)
    TBH, I agree with you, but not your rascist biggotry.

    The UK has become PATHETIC - Everything has to be politically correct and in human nature it is absoulte bull****. It is in every human's instinct to be warey of foreigners as they are different and may be a threat - The tribal instinct. It is stupid to pretend that people aren't raisist.

    What I don't agree with is agressive raisism. I live in Dubai, Middle East and it is a very multicultural society. By living here I have got to know people of every race and therefore I understand them. This is the only way to overcome raisism. I am freindly to everyone, but have my reservations about certain races FROM EXPERIENCE and hence I have preconceptions about them before I speak to them.

    People are different, one totally acceptable thing in one culture is offensive in another. Examples:

    Asians doing the 'patience' hand gesture get's westerner's boil boiling, yet asians think it is perfectly fine and not rude.
    If an Arab shows you the sole of their shoe it is considered a great insult, but to us it is hilarious.
    Asians stare at you, obviosuly considered rude in western culture but normal in countries such as India/Pakistan.

    The starter of this thread is obivously a complete biggot and hates every Asian he sees - he is arrogant and ignorant and needs to understand other races.
    UK immigrants need to embrace the UK culture and not form their own little colonies such as Birmingham/Bradford. It creates a divide between the cultures.

    All in all, I think the UK is far too liberal and seems to put foreigners before Nationals in an exagerated bid not to look raisict. The UK government need to take a leaf out of the UAE government's book - Arabs are well and truely first class citizens and have many privilages, while immigrants (expats) are there to work and once they can no longer work it is time for them to leave.

    Political Correctness is Bull****. British Nationals (not 'British passport holders' - they give British passports out like sweets) should come first, it is our country and we should not be the foreigners within it. I feel I cannot even look at a black person incase they think I'm looking at them cos they're black...

    It's gone too far.
    + rep. Completely agree.
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    To be honest, such bigotted ideas don't warrant useful replies.
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    (Original post by Mushi_master)


    To be honest, such bigotted ideas don't warrant useful replies.
    The OP yeah. However the comment I just quoted and positive rep'd above is a good 1. Maybe reply to that.
 
 
 
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