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

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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.
    The problem with that is that it stifles freedom of speech. Well it depends on exactly what you mean. If the checks have to be done and made public before they can take office, that's ok. But if they aren't allowed to take office because they've had convictions then there are problems. For example what if someone was campaigning for legalising certain drugs and they had previous convictions for possession? Not allowing them to take office is almost like saying you're not allowed to push for laws to be changed.
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    (Original post by Psyk)
    I agree with him. Absolute democracy allows tyranny of the majority. It potentially allows the majority to oppress minorities.
    Is that sort of like the "direct democracy" thing that happened in Switzerland, where the majority voted to ban minarets the other week?
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    (Original post by Thingeh)
    Labour doesn't endorse racism, the BNP does. That's why it's relevant to the press coverage on the BNP, with the examples you've given where labour politicians have supposedly acted in a racist manner it's individuals who have gone against the parties ideologies and therefore not relevant to the party.
    The BNP doesn't endorse racism either, unless your definition of the word (there are several) is particularly inclusive and deliberately vague.
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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:

    The difference is Labour is such a Big party, with lots of small regional parties seletecting councillors , with a few ex criminals


    BNP small party, run by nick griffin with loads of thugs
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    Apparently fiddling with kiddies is more popular than we thought.
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    (Original post by Silly_Wabbit)
    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...
    Whilst I am far from a BNP sympathiser, I do believe you're missing the ******* point.
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    (Original post by Thingeh)
    Labour doesn't endorse racism, the BNP does. That's why it's relevant to the press coverage on the BNP, with the examples you've given where labour politicians have supposedly acted in a racist manner it's individuals who have gone against the parties ideologies and therefore not relevant to the party.
    Neither do the BNP?
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    Labour's raped the country, it's not surprising they've raped it's citizens as well
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    (Original post by MaceyThe)
    Is that sort of like the "direct democracy" thing that happened in Switzerland, where the majority voted to ban minarets the other week?
    Yeah I guess that's an example of the sort of thing I mean. But it's not necessarily just that sort of system that has the problem. Suppose that the BNP wanted to reestablish slavery and make all black people in this country slaves, and that nearly all the white people were in favour of this and voted for them. If our system allowed for this then obviously that's a massive problem. I'm pretty sure it doesn't though thankfully.
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    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mark_Tann

    lets see how long this lasts, any updates appreciated
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    (Original post by Yuppie20)
    Whilst I am far from a BNP sympathiser, I do believe you're missing the ******* point.
    I thought the point the OP was making was that members of all political parties commit crimes yet in his view, their political stance is only reported in certain cases. I was saying that their stance is reported only when it is relevant to the crime.

    Or have I missed the point?
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    (Original post by Silly_Wabbit)
    I thought the point the OP was making was that members of all political parties commit crimes yet in his view, their political stance is only reported in certain cases. I was saying that their stance is reported only when it is relevant to the crime.

    Or have I missed the point?
    Yes, you have.
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    (Original post by Yuppie20)
    Yes, you have.
    Enlighten me...
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    I don't think anyone was under the delusion that all politicians were perfect. GOOD THREAD THOUGH.
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    (Original post by Silly_Wabbit)
    Enlighten me...
    Have you seen Labours education policy? It leads me to believe it is a vice in order to rape children everywhere
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    (Original post by Yuppie20)
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mark_Tann

    lets see how long this lasts, any updates appreciated
    I take it that the page lasted 35 minutes
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    (Original post by ttocserp)
    I take it that the page lasted 35 minutes
    That was disappointing
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    (Original post by JW92)
    Edit - Also, the homophobic undertone to calling paedophiles and sex offenders "buggers" is pretty blatant.
    'Buggery' is any sexual act deemed unnatural. It doesn't just refer to butt-pirates.
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    (Original post by Psyk)
    Yeah I guess that's an example of the sort of thing I mean. But it's not necessarily just that sort of system that has the problem. Suppose that the BNP wanted to reestablish slavery and make all black people in this country slaves, and that nearly all the white people were in favour of this and voted for them. If our system allowed for this then obviously that's a massive problem. I'm pretty sure it doesn't though thankfully.

    Cool, I understand, cheers for the reply.

    (Original post by Yuppie20)
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mark_Tann

    lets see how long this lasts, any updates appreciated
    Gone already! Now we know how the Chinese must feel with all the censorship

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