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Old May 30th 09, 02:01 PM posted to uk.media.tv.misc,uk.media.tv.sky
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WHEN the British National Party win a handful of seats at the European
elections, everyone with frizzy hair and comfortable shoes will run
around blaming mainstream politicians for resurfacing their moats on
the taxpayer. Hmm. That's like Ronald McDonald blaming his 42in waist
on genetics.

The main reason why the BNP will do well is because the main parties
seem to have completely lost touch with what their supporters actually
want out of life. We have the Conservatives dreaming up policies to
suit whatever mood happens to be prevailing at the time, when all
their voters want is for the economy to be mended. So that taxes can
be cut. And then cut again.

And then we have the fools and madmen in the Labour Party. Does Gordon
Brown, for instance, think that in the clubs of South Yorkshire, where
I grew up, people want a smoking ban? Does he believe that White Van
Man sits down to watch Top Gear and thinks: "You know, this would be a
whole lot better if Richard Hammond had a vagina"? Does he think, even
for a small moment, that the people who put a cross in his box give
even a small toss about "the environment"? Or that the foundry worker
wants to finish his shift and "drink responsibly"?

And then there's the question of immigration. Of course, I can quite
understand why the champagne socialists are worried about the plight
of poor Ndjama. His village has been sacked by rebels, he has nowhere
to live and nothing to eat. Of course they would want him to have a
home in Britain. Fundamentally, they are good people with big hearts.
But mostly they want Ndjama to come here because when he does, he's
not going to be living in their street. So, Ndjama will go and live in
someone else's street and that person will be quite cross. Especially
when he goes to work one day and finds Ndjama at the wheel of his
forklift truck.

The Labour Party say that immigration is good for Britain and morally
the right policy to pursue. This may be so. But those who put them in
power, emphatically, do not think this way. We are all tribal. We like
being in a group and we distrust outsiders. We have our family unit,
our bunch of friends, the town where we live, the football club we
support, and, especially if we are Scottish, the country of which we
are proud. The big-hearted, liberal-thinking chaps and chapesses who
advise Brown and his gang of fiddlers may think this is backward and
pre-historic. They think tribalism could even be dangerous. And again,
they may be right. But you wouldn't allow Man United's fans to sit
among the Barca boys in a stadium because it would end in a fight.

And if you let half of Africa come to Britain - no matter how morally
correct this may be - you're going to wind people up and gift the BNP
your seat. Then we'll see how tolerant these champagne socialists are.
When they go to work and find themselves sitting next to a Nazi.

http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage...to-a-Nazi.html
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Old May 30th 09, 05:47 PM posted to uk.media.tv.misc,uk.media.tv.sky
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And then we have the fools and madmen in the Labour Party. Does Gordon
Brown, for instance, think that in the clubs of South Yorkshire, where
I grew up, people want a smoking ban? Does he believe that White Van
Man sits down to watch Top Gear and thinks: "You know, this would be a
whole lot better if Richard Hammond had a vagina"? Does he think, even
for a small moment, that the people who put a cross in his box give
even a small toss about "the environment"? Or that the foundry worker
wants to finish his shift and "drink responsibly"?


When I was a child myself and my family once shared a train with, full
to overflowing, Labour party supporters on their way to Blackpool for
the party conference.

I bigger bunch of ****-heads it would have been impossible to find,
with which to share a train.

That trainload of the 60s would find the modern middle class Labour
party unrecognisable and policies such as those described by Clarkson
as a f**king insult to every working class voter there has ever been.

Nowadays, as Clarkson so brilliantly captures in a nutshell, the
modern nanny state Labour party serves to represent middle class
liberals working in the public sector and, as has now become bleeding
obvious to all, non one else.

Very least of all, those working class supporters forever on the end
of their meddling, interfering and patronising hectoring.

The modern Labour party pretends to represent ordinary people but to
do that you need to listen to them and, for that ivory tower lot, that
isnít just unthinkable itís not even on their radar because they just
donít get it.

The game is now up, the only sector of the population that is still
left creaming themselves over Labour policies are public sector middle
class Guardian readers and that is a very **** poor small electoral
college with which election victories donít make.

The old Labour party just would not have tolerated these ******s,
mostly conceived in a student union bar, the sort that entirely
believe their own publicity of a degree badge pinned to their tit
meaning they always know best.
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Old May 30th 09, 10:53 PM posted to uk.media.tv.misc,uk.media.tv.sky
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Default Top Gear's Clarkson on immigration, EU, and the BNP

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And then we have the fools and madmen in the Labour Party. Does Gordon
Brown, for instance, think that in the clubs of South Yorkshire, where
I grew up, people want a smoking ban? Does he believe that White Van
Man sits down to watch Top Gear and thinks: "You know, this would be a
whole lot better if Richard Hammond had a vagina"? Does he think, even
for a small moment, that the people who put a cross in his box give
even a small toss about "the environment"? Or that the foundry worker
wants to finish his shift and "drink responsibly"?


When I was a child myself and my family once shared a train with, full
to overflowing, Labour party supporters on their way to Blackpool for
the party conference.

I bigger bunch of ****-heads it would have been impossible to find,
with which to share a train.

That trainload of the 60s would find the modern middle class Labour
party unrecognisable and policies such as those described by Clarkson
as a f**king insult to every working class voter there has ever been.

Nowadays, as Clarkson so brilliantly captures in a nutshell, the
modern nanny state Labour party serves to represent middle class
liberals working in the public sector and, as has now become bleeding
obvious to all, non one else.

Very least of all, those working class supporters forever on the end
of their meddling, interfering and patronising hectoring.

The modern Labour party pretends to represent ordinary people but to
do that you need to listen to them and, for that ivory tower lot, that
isnít just unthinkable itís not even on their radar because they just
donít get it.

The game is now up, the only sector of the population that is still
left creaming themselves over Labour policies are public sector middle
class Guardian readers and that is a very **** poor small electoral
college with which election victories donít make.

The old Labour party just would not have tolerated these ******s,
mostly conceived in a student union bar, the sort that entirely
believe their own publicity of a degree badge pinned to their tit
meaning they always know best.


so vote for a bunch of facists... sounds about right
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Old May 31st 09, 01:28 PM posted to uk.media.tv.misc,uk.media.tv.sky
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Default Top Gear's Clarkson on immigration, EU, and the BNP

On Sat, 30 May 2009 06:01:33 -0700 (PDT),
wrote:

Does he believe that White Van
Man sits down to watch Top Gear and thinks: "You know, this would be a
whole lot better if Richard Hammond had a vagina"?


Not needed when Jeremy Clarkson is already such a massive cu....

... I'll get my coat.

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Old May 31st 09, 03:53 PM posted to uk.media.tv.misc,uk.media.tv.sky
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so vote for a bunch of facists... sounds about right


Itís just not good enough anymore to shout fascist or racist whenever
concerns are raised about immigration.

Not after thirteen years of a Government that has engaged in deluded
and unsustainable public sector non-job creation and then used
immigration to feed the fantasy island job market so created.

Here is how itís supposed to work, wealth creation creates employment
demand that eventually can only be fully met by immigration, the
subsequent immigration then turbo charges the wealth creation.

Idiotic New Labour seemed to believe they could have all of that, but
without the need for the wealth creation bit and now itís all gone
tits up.
 




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