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    (Original post by Melting Sugar.)
    This.

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    (Original post by Vintage <3)
    Goddes of fury is that Nick Griffin in ur sig?
    Yes.
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    (Original post by Darkel)
    Go for it. You're only working in Labour's long-term interests anyway. The BNP will never be the working-class party, just wait until Labour lose the next election and reform to cater for their working-class base again. The BNP would become even more irrelevant in mainstream British politics. It's a catch 22 on the BNP's front.
    We don't want to be the working class party we totally oppose the "class war" although our main support at the moment comes from the white working class I belive the middle class is ripe for the taking. The white working class are the one's who are forced to live in the true "enriched" areas of Britain(the one's who cannot afford to become part of the horde of white flighters) the middle class will one day realise that, although they don't have to live in an area where they are now a minority, it is their tax money being used to keep up the globalist experiment.
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    (Original post by rockrunride)
    Well, I've always thought that we either have all rights or no rights.
    (Original post by rockrunride's signature)
    "Click here to vote Labour in the TSR General Election."
    That would be no rights then, would it?

    (Original post by Goddess Fury)
    We don't want to be the working class party we totally oppose the "class war"
    Race war is preferable?

    BNP is the party of the working class. Aggro racism, disdain for intellectual debate and insistence on rhetoric, and subservience to a collective ideal that you have no choice in. It is not the party of intellectuals; that is reserved for the Whigs (not the Lib Dems) and the Tories. This is why the BNP will have great success in the next election at the expensive of Conservative, UKIP, and Labour.

    (Original post by Liquidus Zeromus)
    Who should choose the government?

    Those most qualified to do so, of course. Only informed, educated people should be allowed to vote to choose MPs
    We did this. Until 1945 double voting for university graduates, and until X date, property owners only.
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    (Original post by Bagration)
    That would be no rights then, would it?
    I don't get your logic. :dontknow:
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    (Original post by rockrunride)
    I don't get your logic. :dontknow:
    Presumably you are a Labour voter IRL since you want Labour to win TSR Commons.

    You said: "Well, I've always thought that we either have all rights or no rights."

    Who was it that banned:
    Smoking in public areas?
    Foxhunting?

    Who was it that brought in:
    28 Days Detention Without Trial and tried to up it to 42
    ID Cards
    Further gun control measures

    Who was it that made our central bank unaccountable to the people?

    Who was it that used taxpayer money to nationalise a business?

    Who was it that made us the surveillance capital of Europe?

    Who was it that brought in regulation on racial speech?

    Labour: Who needs rights as long as we have tyranny?
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    (Original post by Bagration)
    We did this. Until 1945 double voting for university graduates, and until X date, property owners only.
    Indeed. Good times.
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    (Original post by Bagration)
    Presumably you are a Labour voter IRL since you want Labour to win TSR Commons.

    You said: "Well, I've always thought that we either have all rights or no rights."

    Who was it that banned:
    Smoking in public areas?
    Foxhunting?

    Who was it that brought in:
    28 Days Detention Without Trial and tried to up it to 42
    ID Cards
    Further gun control measures

    Who was it that made our central bank unaccountable to the people?

    Who was it that used taxpayer money to nationalise a business?

    Who was it that made us the surveillance capital of Europe?

    Who was it that brought in regulation on racial speech?

    Labour: Who needs rights as long as we have tyranny?
    You have no constitutional right to do them, i.e. you are not allowed, but you are still fully capable of doing said actions. My interpretation anyway.

    As for the 42 day terrorism bill, that was an utter sham.
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    (Original post by Goddess Fury)
    We don't want to be the working class party we totally oppose the "class war" although our main support at the moment comes from the white working class I belive the middle class is ripe for the taking. The white working class are the one's who are forced to live in the true "enriched" areas of Britain(the one's who cannot afford to become part of the horde of white flighters) the middle class will one day realise that, although they don't have to live in an area where they are now a minority, it is their tax money being used to keep up the globalist experiment.
    Oh, your platform is "race war". Good luck with that, I can imagine people flocking to your party as soon as they break away from the ZOG propaganda and realise the darkies and queers are a burden on society. I hear the electorate is quite keen on Nationalistic Socialism.

    Seriously, you lot are a joke. From a strategic standpoint you might as well give up now. :shifty:
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    (Original post by rockrunride)
    You have no constitutional right to do them, i.e. you are not allowed, but you are still fully capable of doing said actions. My interpretation anyway.

    As for the 42 day terrorism bill, that was an utter sham.
    My version of a right is something constitutionally or legally coded that stops the Government from interfering with it.

    Here's one that Labourites may be scratching their head over.

    A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.
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    (Original post by Liquidus Zeromus)
    Indeed. Good times.
    You'd want to live in Victorian Britain? Ok....
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    (Original post by Bagration)
    My version of a right is something constitutionally or legally coded that stops the Government from interfering with it.

    Here's one that Labourites may be scratching their head over.

    A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.
    In fairness, it was the Conservatives that banned handguns. Oh, they certainly admitted how fundamental stupid the move was afterwards, but ultimately they did bow to public hysterics anyway.
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    (Original post by Gremlins)
    You'd want to live in Victorian Britain? Ok....
    Even better, the Renaissance.
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    (Original post by vapid slut magician)
    when exactly did they do that?
    Erm, suffragettes? They starved themselves in prison so women could vote.
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    (Original post by numb3rb0y)
    In fairness, it was the Conservatives that banned handguns. Oh, they certainly admitted how fundamental stupid the move was afterwards, but ultimately they did bow to public hysterics anyway.
    I was more interested in semi-automatics than handguns, but Labour have hardly undone the ban and I'm not a Tory voter anyway.
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    (Original post by Gremlins)
    You'd want to live in Victorian Britain? Ok....
    If Britain was still as it was at the turn of the century we would be richer and free-er than the rest of Western Europe combined.
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    (Original post by Bagration)
    I'm not a Tory voter anyway.
    You're not?
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    (Original post by rockrunride)
    You're not?
    UKIP, in protest of Cameron.
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    Yeah I will probably vote UKIP in the EU elections.
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    (Original post by Bagration)
    UKIP, in protest of Cameron.
    Ah, okay.

    I support Labour on TSR, as it stands for what I stand for. In real life, I can't say I support any party at the moment. I am certainly not going to vote for either of the two mainstream parties at the next election.

    On UKIP, though, I quite like how Nigel Farage is a MEP.
 
 
 
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