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    (Original post by wholenewworld)
    Well how would you define 'liberal' then? I meant 'liberal' in the sense that you don't judge people by superficial traits, such as race and nationality and you don't make biased assumptions about them. Someone voting BNP will very likely do these things however.

    (Unless she is voting for them resulting from an unconsidered opinion as others pondered. But that would signal that she is not highly intelligent, which for me would clash with having a 'great personality'.)
    You know the BNP's policies are not all "KILL NON BRATASH PAPLE!!!" She could be voting because of their economic policies as a protest on how Labour have failed the working classes, or on crime policies etc.
    Maybe before you say you don't like lack of intellect you should gain some common sense yourself and realise the BNP is not a single issue party.
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    (Original post by Yuffie)
    You know the BNP's policies are not all "KILL NON BRATASH PAPLE!!!" She could be voting because of their economic policies as a protest on how Labour have failed the working classes, or on crime policies etc.
    Maybe before you say you don't like lack of intellect you should gain some common sense yourself and realise the BNP is not a single issue party.
    Oh don't be silly, it's as much a single issue party as the Greens are - probably more so. In that yes, they have policies on other things, but I severely doubt they've got anybody who actually thinks about these policies in any depth.

    And anyway, if she was stupid enough to think that the BNP was a valid protest vote then she's still get dumped.
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    (Original post by Yuffie)
    You know the BNP's policies are not all "KILL NON BRATASH PAPLE!!!" She could be voting because of their economic policies as a protest on how Labour have failed the working classes, or on crime policies etc.
    Maybe before you say you don't like lack of intellect you should gain some common sense yourself and realise the BNP is not a single issue party.
    It's solutions are singularly useless though. Like bringing back the death penalty? We'd have to leave Europe to do that. And closing up the borders and putting up signs saying Deustchland Vor Deutsch, Ouslanders ous! Which would mean that most businesses which are foreign would **** off. And many tourists would think twice about visiting England.

    They're all like that, long on ideas short on common sense. It's not just that they are fascist, it's that the policies they do have are moronic. Protectionism! In a recession are you mentalist!

    The only policies that make any sense are the environmental ones, and you might as well vote green for that, at least they stand a snowballs chance in hell of actually getting seats let alone getting in.
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    who gives a flyin f**k any way if she votes bnp
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    (Original post by Yuffie)
    You know the BNP's policies are not all "KILL NON BRATASH PAPLE!!!" She could be voting because of their economic policies as a protest on how Labour have failed the working classes, or on crime policies etc.
    Maybe before you say you don't like lack of intellect you should gain some common sense yourself and realise the BNP is not a single issue party.
    As if there aren't other parties to vote for to protest Labour? Right.

    Nazi Germany had great economic policies, and it rose as a protest against a failing majority party, but that doesn't mean voting for Hitler would have been a good idea, now does it?

    And since when does the BNP even have any explicit economic policies?
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    (Original post by Yuffie)
    You know the BNP's policies are not all "KILL NON BRATASH PAPLE!!!" She could be voting because of their economic policies as a protest on how Labour have failed the working classes, or on crime policies etc.
    Maybe before you say you don't like lack of intellect you should gain some common sense yourself and realise the BNP is not a single issue party.

    So what is their wondrous economic policy then? Enlighten me.
    Although no party is a strictly single-issue party, there are points of emphasis. But even if there weren't, the aims the BNP lays out in its constitution are enough to act as a deterrent imo. Setting out to 'stem and reverse the tide of non-white immigration and to restore, by legal changes, negotiation and consent the overwhelmingly white makeup of the British population that existed in Britain prior to 1948' is something that cannot be cancelled out by adherence to even the most astute economic policies. (Which they do not adhere to at all (in my view...) )
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    **** HER AND CHUCK HER.

    Do it for the boys lad, do it for the boys.
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    (Original post by JMonkey)
    It's solutions are singularly useless though. Like bringing back the death penalty? We'd have to leave Europe to do that. And closing up the borders and putting up signs saying Deustchland Vor Deutsch, Ouslanders ous! Which would mean that most businesses which are foreign would **** off. And many tourists would think twice about visiting England.

    They're all like that, long on ideas short on common sense. It's not just that they are fascist, it's that the policies they do have are moronic. Protectionism! In a recession are you mentalist!

    The only policies that make any sense are the environmental ones, and you might as well vote green for that, at least they stand a snowballs chance in hell of actually getting seats let alone getting in.
    The death penalty, their environmental policies and immigration policies are enough to ensure I will never vote for them, but different people have different views and why shouldn't they? Those saying BNP members should be sacked from work/treated as second class citizens are more fascist than the party itself.
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    (Original post by Yuffie)
    The death penalty, their environmental policies and immigration policies are enough to ensure I will never vote for them, but different people have different views and why shouldn't they? Those saying BNP members should be sacked from work/treated as second class citizens are more fascist than the party itself.
    Yes intolerance and bigotry are not the preserve of the right wing. I know. But their policies just suck big time. In a democracy all views are welcome, at least from me. Sadly though their policies are ill thought out economically, old fashioned, and belong in Germany 1933-1939. I preferred racists when they were honest and just said things like "vote Labour if you want a ****** for a neighbour". (nword)

    All this political correct stuff they've bought in to salve the ignorant into believing they are not the new National Socialist Workers Party is just a veneer.
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    (Original post by Yuffie)
    The death penalty, their environmental policies and immigration policies are enough to ensure I will never vote for them, but different people have different views and why shouldn't they? Those saying BNP members should be sacked from work/treated as second class citizens are more fascist than the party itself.
    Of course you shouldn't be sacked for being a BNP voter, but you're still a total douche if you do vote for them. Doesn't matter what other policies you coat it with, it's the race and immigration issues that define the BNP. If the economy is your thing, there are other parties that exist that you can vote for that can suit your needs.
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    (Original post by SillyFencer)
    You're quite pathetic then, tbh.
    Sorry, but could you elaborate?

    I have thought about long term implications of dating a BNP supporter, and I reckon a lot of my friends and family wouldn't be on good terms with her, due to them not being 100% English. (I'm not being shallow, as in I wouldn't date her due to what others would think. I've done that before, trust me.)

    It would be pathetic of me to ignore her BNP support, and just tap her without even considering morals and principles, like a few morons are suggesting...
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    I wouldn't find someone who voted BNP to have an attractive personality as I believe political views reflect personality.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Sorry, but could you elaborate?

    I have thought about long term implications of dating a BNP supporter, and I reckon a lot of my friends and family wouldn't be on good terms with her, due to them not being 100% English. (I'm not being shallow, as in I wouldn't date her due to what others would think. I've done that before, trust me.)

    It would be pathetic of me to ignore her BNP support, and just tap her without even considering morals and principles, like a few morons are suggesting...
    You said that you she's hot and has a great personality. Am I correct to presume then that this is the only thing standing in your way? So basically, because she holds different views to yourself, you won't date her. That's what I find pathetic.
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    (Original post by SillyFencer)
    You said that you she's hot and has a great personality. Am I correct to presume then that this is the only thing standing in your way? So basically, because she holds different views to yourself, you won't date her. That's what I find pathetic.
    I didn't say I won't date her :confused:

    I said I find her less attractive as a person now that I know what some of her beliefs are. :rolleyes:

    You would be correct to presume that this is the only thing standing in my way (the BNP thing). What's wrong with that? No one is perfect, but this is a major flaw for me.

    Ok then, what are the reasonable grounds for finding someone less attractive in your books then. Would love to know.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I didn't say I won't date her :confused:

    I said I find her less attractive as a person now that I know what some of her beliefs are. :rolleyes:

    You would be correct to presume that this is the only thing standing in my way (the BNP thing). What's wrong with that? No one is perfect, but this is a major flaw for me.

    Ok then, what are the reasonable grounds for finding someone less attractive in your books then. Would love to know.
    Well presumably she is the same person as before? Nothing has actually changed with her due to you having found out who she votes for. For me it would be real things - change in personality for example.
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    (Original post by SillyFencer)
    Well presumably she is the same person as before? Nothing has actually changed with her due to you having found out who she votes for. For me it would be real things - change in personality for example.
    Well actually, as it's a secret side to her that's only just been revealed, so she is not the same person I thought she was.
    I think that's grounds for concern at least. Also the fact this is like 8 or 9 pages long now suggests it's quite an issue as well.
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    If shes hot then bang her, who cares if she votes bnp or not.
    Ask your penis "PENIS DO YOU CARE IF SHE VOTES BNP?"
    Penis: "NO"
    You: "THEN ITS SETTLED"
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    She sounds like the perfect girl.
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    (Original post by running_with_scissors)
    Yeah it's normal to find someone less attractive if you disagree with views. People tend to go for people who share their outlook on life, so it's not odd to feel that way.
    Thiiiiiis.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Well actually, as it's a secret side to her that's only just been revealed, so she is not the same person I thought she was.
    I think that's grounds for concern at least. Also the fact this is like 8 or 9 pages long now suggests it's quite an issue as well.
    I disagree on two points. Firstly - I don't see it as an issue at all, secondly - I think she is the same person that you thought she was. You will never know everything about a person.

    I'm not really bothered whether you agree with me, or everyone else here. I'm just happy that I am giving advice from the opposite side of things. Let you make up your own mind. Good luck.
 
 
 
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