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Gun & Child Porn Man Was Labour Councillor!! Labour party/UAF activist raped toddler! watch

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    Just for a bit of balance:

    http://www.rockfm.co.uk/Article.asp?...629&spid=11191

    Didn't see this one all over the main-stream press did you? Loudly declaring that the chap was not just a Labour supporter, but a Labour Councillor!!!!

    What about the prominent Labour Party/anti-fascist activist Mark Tann, (who had met Tony & Cherie at Party functions,) charged with sexually assaulting a girl of 9 and raping a 4-year old girl on 2 separate occasions?
    http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/2669865.stm
    No loudly declaring his Labour party membership on that one was there? In fact the Labour Party tried desperately to conceal his activities. I notice his Wiki page has disappeared recently....funny that?

    What about Tory Party Councillor (Folkestone - in Leader, Michael Howard's constituency), Robert Richdale - 41 year history of crime, involving 30 convictions and 5 prison sentences including convictions for assault, theft, causing death by dangerous driving, forgery, drugs offences, possession of an offensive weapon, and sex attacks against underage schoolgirls. The Tory Party election campaign literature described Richdale as "a family man" who had a "compassionate personality."

    What about Labour Mayor (Westhoughton/Lancashire) Nicholas Green - Convicted and jailed for 10 years for 3 rapes and 13 counts of indecent assault against little girls between the age of 6 and 10. He raped one woman on her wedding day?

    Labour Councillor (Newton Aycliffe) Martin Locklyn - Convicted and jailed for 15 years for sexually abusing 3 14-year-old boys.

    Labour Councillor (North Lincolnshire) David Spooner - Convicted and jailed for 1 year for masturbating in front of 2 young boys.

    Labour Councillor (Manchester), George Harding - Charged with indecent assault on a girl of 12.

    Tory Party General election candidate, Michael Powell - Convicted and jailed for 3 years for downloading hardcore child porn.

    Tory Party Councillor (Wickbar/Bristol) Roger Talboys - Convicted and jailed for 6 years for multiple sex attacks on children.

    Tory Party MP (Billericay) Harvey Proctor - Stood trial for sex offenses of a sado-masochistic nature against teenage boys, and was forced to resign.

    Tory Party Councillor ( Stratford-upon-Avon ) Christopher Pilkington - Convicted of downloading hardcore child porn on his PC. Placed on sex offenders register and forced to resign.

    Tory Party councillor ( Coventry ), Peter Stidworthy - Charged with indecent assault of a 15-year old boy.

    Tory Party Mayor ( North Tyneside ), Chris Morgan - Forced to resign after being arrested twice in 2 weeks, for indecent assault on a 15-year old girl, and for suspicion of downloading child porn?

    What about Tory Party Councillor (Wickbar/Bristol) Roger Talboys - Convicted and jailed for 6 years for multiple sex attacks on children?

    What about Labour Councilor Rob Dix who was arrested for racially aggravated disorder? Or Liberal Dem Cllr. Jo Calvert-Mindell charged with the same offense?

    Or Liberal Democrat Councillor Christian Walker charged and fined for racially abusing a police officer after a 6 hour drinking binge?
    http://www.manchestereveningnews.co....over_race_slur

    Or Labour Councillor Peter O'Brian charged with having thousands of child porn images on his computer?
    http://www.stalbansreview.co.uk/news...lor_sentenced/

    Lib-Dem Council candidate (Tower Hamlets), Justin Sillman - Convicted and jailed for 2 years for sexual abuse of young boys.

    Lib-Dem Councillor and Mayoral Candidate ( Sheffield ), Francis Butler- Prosecuted for indecent assault of a young boy.

    http://www.tpuc.org/node/31

    That's just the tip of the ice-berg of the sexual offenses by main parties. Note the light sentences (a couple of years for actually raping children,) and the lack of main-stream media coverage?!

    Certain double standards at work? Surely not?! The are the people running this country, and not just party members!

    More offences of main-party Councillors and candidates as they happen here:
    http://liarsbuggersandthieves.blogspot.com/

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    OMG THEY'RE EVERYWHERE :woo:

    Not surprising tbh.
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    There was BNP member accused of making home made bombs a few years ago...
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    (Original post by will.)
    There was BNP member accused of making home made bombs a few years ago...
    Not to mention the one yesterday?!:eek:

    But when you find out all this stuff, it sort of smacks as double standards and devious? Which makes me actually sympathize with the BNP....

    You could just as easily call Labour or any of the other parties "knuckle-dragging thugs" or "child-raping sicko's" depending on which previous criminal convictions you look at.....:dontknow:
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    Well.. they ARE everywhere. It's not like being a pedophile has anything to do with political orientation.

    I'd suggest though that someone on List 99 should not be allowed to become an MP. In fact I would suggest that the public be allowed to run a criminal record check on MPs. Since they are in the public domain, handling public goods, representing their voters and generally responsible for legislature, there shouldn't be any outcry over that.
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    I presume this is to do with the BNP member who had the mahoosive stash of guns and explosives in his house?

    What you've failed to see is that all these crimes you've listed have nothing to do with the perpetrators' political stance/position where as with this BNP guy, it has everything to do with it. He was planning to use them against immigrants, maybe to "remove" them from Britian like the BNP wants to do. His excuse that he "liked things that go bang" is feeble at best...
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    ..and just think- We've probably not caught all of them.

    I think llys above is correct: a requisite of public checks on an MP before they take office should be introduced.
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    Well, when one compares this to the BNP's squeaky clean past, it is blindingly obvious we should all rush out and vote for the BNP! Or not.

    Edit - Also, the homophobic undertone to calling paedophiles and sex offenders "buggers" is pretty blatant.
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    This has nothing to do with their political orientation, besides I don't think anyone believes any party it totally honest. Also, I love the url of that last link haha.
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    (Original post by Corrosive Blossom)
    ..and just think- We've probably not caught all of them.

    I think llys above is correct: a requisite of public checks on an MP before they take office should be introduced.
    Democracy says otherwise!

    (At least bourgeois democracy does!)
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    (Original post by llys)
    Well.. they ARE everywhere. It's not like being a pedophile has anything to do with political orientation.
    Ok, but surely racist attacks then should confined to the "Nazi BNP" shouldn't they? That's what the press/other parties keep telling us?

    But along with a couple I listed in my first post, what about Labour Councillor David Phythian given a 3-year football banning order after racially abusing Pascal Chimbonda.
    http://www.wigantoday.net/wigannews/...ban.2921845.jp
    No triumphant declaration of his political party there though is there? Nor did it make the BBC....

    Here's another one from 2 years ago:
    Labour party member and former Labour Councillor Edward McEvilly jailed for 14 years after repeatedly stabbing a love rival.
    http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/m...de/6285344.stm

    These people were not just MEMBERS of a political party in the way that nut-case bomb fanatic was a former member of the bnp, but actually high up in the party ranks!
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    (Original post by Paul92)
    Democracy says otherwise!

    (At least bourgeois democracy does!)
    I'm not a fan of democracy

    Edit: absolute democracy, anyway.
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    (Original post by Corrosive Blossom)
    I'm not a fan of democracy
    I'm sorry... what!!
    You must be joking!
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    (Original post by JW92)
    Well, when one compares this to the BNP's squeaky clean past, it is blindingly obvious we should all rush out and vote for the BNP! Or not.
    No, but it highlights how the press is biased, and how hypocritical and devious it is for the main parties to try and dish the dirt and smear the BNP, when there's enough muck amongst their own parties?....
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    (Original post by MaceyThe)
    Ok, but surely racist attacks then should confined to the "Nazi BNP" shouldn't they? That's what the press/other parties keep telling us?
    One would think so, however I suspect that quite a few racist politicians, namely those who are more ambitious and more careful/less outspoken, are in main stream parties. The BNP is not really a party through which a politician will gain much political power or wide public esteem, which is what politicians become politicians for, after all. Someone who would put "career and influence" above "voicing racist beliefs" in their personal priority list would not join the BNP.
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    (Original post by MaceyThe)
    Not to mention the one yesterday?!:eek:

    But when you find out all this stuff, it sort of smacks as double standards and devious? Which makes me actually sympathize with the BNP....

    You could just as easily call Labour or any of the other parties "knuckle-dragging thugs" or "child-raping sicko's" depending on which previous criminal convictions you look at.....:dontknow:
    Apart from it's often about the general policies of the party. It's only a small percentage of the parties that seem to have done this. Where as with the BNP they tend to not understand the first thing about politics or the economy, and are renowned for being racist and threatening (as a part on the whole).
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    TUPC is a source on there? :rofl:

    lawful rebellion allows quite simply for the following recourse;

    1. Full refusal to pay any forms of Tax, Fines and any other forms of monies to support and/or benefit said unlawful governance of this country.
    2. Full refusal to abide by any Law, Legislation or Statutory Instrument invalidly put in place by said unlawful governance that is in breech of the Constitutional safeguard.
    3. To hinder in any way possible all actions of the treasonous government of this land, who have breeched the Constitutional safeguard; defined with no form of violence in anyway, just lawful hindrance under freedom asserted by Constitutional Law and Article 61.



    http://www.tpuc.org/node/285
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    (Original post by Paul92)
    I'm sorry... what!!
    You must be joking!
    I agree with him. Absolute democracy allows tyranny of the majority. It potentially allows the majority to oppress minorities. Democracy should have safegaurds in place to stop this.
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    Finally, someone with some sense that the BNP isn't the only bad political party.
 
 
 
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