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    (Original post by Ambitious1999)
    The British people are commited to ending European influence over Britain they all vote for that and anything that shows support for Europe such as flags or telling school children the advantages of Europe is considered subversive, reactionary and unsavoury and is thus seen as an outright attack on British values in the same way that flying the flag of ISIS. It shows people having contempt for British values.

    Removal from the EU and total independence is a British constitutional value voted for in 2016.

    If a headteacher told school kids they should support ISIS that head teacher would be probably be sacked and face criminal charges.
    **** me I want whatever you're having man
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    nah we should keep selling it, just in case i run out of toilet paper
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    (Original post by Maker)
    Tea is not British, it comes from Norway.
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    I love Ambitious1999's threads and his capacity to elicit long winded responses out people who don't realise they are being played.
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    (Original post by Ambitious1999)
    Should shops and websites that sell the EU flag and EU stickers be banned from doing so because it's seen as anti-British?

    Also should schools be banned from display of EU flag?
    I know a secondary school where the EU flag is still (as of October 2017) displayed in the main corridor, this is wrong as it encourages children into bad political habits and as such the headteacher should be fined or sacked, and banned from working with miners for a set period of say 5 years, due to impressioning unsavoury thoughts on children.
    No, people should be free to buy symbols and flags if they choose to.

    The education system is riddled with left-wing europhile (essentially Blairite) people and ideas. Few escape the indoctrination or are allowed to make their own minds up. This forum is evidence of that compared to other internet discussion forums, many people can't debate or accept other ideas because they've been told to accept propaganda as fundamental fact.
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    (Original post by Hatter_2)
    No, people should be free to buy symbols and flags if they choose to.

    The education system is riddled with left-wing europhile (essentially Blairite) people and ideas. Few escape the indoctrination or are allowed to make their own minds up. This forum is evidence of that compared to other internet discussion forums, many people can't debate or accept other ideas because they've been told to accept propaganda as fundamental fact.
    Not if it leads to any amount of disunity. Display of pro- EU symbols shows defiance of our independence and support for an unsavoury organisation we are breaking away from. It also shows support of socially inappropriate impure thought and disrupted thinking.
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    (Original post by Ambitious1999)
    Not if it leads to any amount of disunity. Display of pro- EU symbols shows defiance of our independence and support for an unsavoury organisation we are breaking away from. It also shows support of socially inappropriate impure thought and disrupted thinking.
    That may be true, but not everyone agrees and unless we live in a communist/fascist state with an all controlling government, people should be trusted to make decisions.
 
 
 
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