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    http://www.guardian.co.uk/politics/2011/apr/01/uk-government-burka-ban

    Can't believe the UK is following France.

    Should the state dictate what one should wear? Or is it necessary to "preserve national security and reduce segregation in communities"?
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    (Original post by HarmanFan)
    http://www.guardian.co.uk/politics/2011/apr/01/uk-government-burka-ban

    Can't believe the UK is following France.

    Should the state dictate what one should wear? Or is it necessary to "preserve national security and reduce segregation in communities"?
    Nice try but April fools is in the link still
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    Not even close, lol.
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    No offense but this is getting boring now. I can guarantee you nobody is clicking the link.
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    I wonder how many people on TSR were really happy when they read that :p:
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    (Original post by Philosoraptor)
    I wonder how many people on TSR were really happy when they read that :p:
    Twas quite a relief.

    Thank God we're not going france-wards. "Liberte Egalite Fraternite" my ****ing arse.
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    im dissapointed.
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    yawn big suprise its an april fool joke

    as if this countries government would ever have the balls to implement something controversial.
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    Hahahahahaha! Good one! Actually got me!
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    didn't click u mad?
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    who cares aba the burkas its the balacarva things we need to ban
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    Oh the **** that would happen if the UK gov. tried that :rofl2:

    Obvious April Fool was obvious.
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    (Original post by kopite493)
    who cares aba the burkas its the balacarva things we need to ban
    pretty sure they are banned bro
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    nope i asked a copper after my mate got smashed over the head with a bottle by a dude wearing one they are perfectly legal
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    I knew it was an April's Fool. As if the Government would ever stop pandering to Muslims.
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    I'll be glad when April Fools is over, it all gets a bit boring after a while
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    After seeing the thread title it was "OH FOR ****S SAKE", and then it was just "Thank **** it's not real".
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    Oh my April Fools gets removed, but this one stays... how ****.
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    (Original post by HarmanFan)
    http://www.guardian.co.uk/politics/2011/apr/01/uk-government-burka-ban

    Can't believe the UK is following France.

    Should the state dictate what one should wear? Or is it necessary to "preserve national security and reduce segregation in communities"?
    If I walk into a shop with my face concealed, I am asked to remove whatever is covering my face.

    Why should it be different for anyone else?

    It's an April fool?

    ****.
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    (Original post by HarmanFan)
    http://www.guardian.co.uk/politics/2011/apr/01/uk-government-burka-ban

    Can't believe the UK is following France.

    Should the state dictate what one should wear? Or is it necessary to "preserve national security and reduce segregation in communities"?
    Religion is bull**** but either way if balaclavas and motorcycle helmets are banned in certain places like banks than so should burkas, since balaclavas and helmets aern't banned in public than nor should burkas
 
 
 
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