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PostPosted: Thu Aug 25, 2011 5:26 pm 
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Less than two weeks ago we saw this after judge Farook Ahmed had cut the sentence of Vincent Miller, illegal immigrant and drug dealer, to help him escape deportation (above). He deliberately shortened the sentence Miller would have received from a year to eleven months. Criminals given twelve months face automatic deportation proceedings.

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I had to laugh when I read this. Whenever I declare my support for the BNP, or rather, the policies put forward by the BNP, I get roundly condemned. What is described here is reality and it will happen more and more often as the indigenous people of this country continue their death spiral into demographic oblivion - but at least they won't have voted for the racist BNP!


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 Post subject: Re: Actions speak louder than words
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Note, I am not calling for the extermination of anyone.
Having said that, I believe that the only way our country will return to civilised normality is for a complete stratum of our society to be hanged. Politicians, significant socialist members of the press (bbc and guardeen spring to mind), senior members of the police, senior bankers, senior civil servants, senior local government servants, most judges and many lawyers, and all management of all quangos.
Now, can anyone tell me what was the result of the French Revolution; did the disappearance of their elite lead to some soul searching by those who remained behind and if so, how long did that clarity of mind last. Because, though I despise socialism, communism, fascism, there is one thing that sticks in my mind about Mr Dzhugashvili (aka Stalin) - he carried out regular purges of his minions. It kept them on their toes (teachers, bureaucrats, scientists etc). In our current situation, it seems like a good idea to me.
Having thought about it, it would seem to me that beheading the octopus will give people pause for thought for about 300 years (from restoration of the monarchy, Charles II to about 50 years ago). So, the elimination of an elite of scoundrels sounds like a good deal to me.


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 Post subject: Re: Actions speak louder than words
PostPosted: Thu Aug 25, 2011 6:20 pm 
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Sometimes, you know, actions speak louder than words.


Not sometimes, Richard. Always. Particularly in respect of politicians. Their craft is words; they are wordsmiths - as lawyers, as PR frontmen. Talking is what they do and what they have studied for decades.

The man who judges them by what they say is a fool.

PS: Politics is a dirty business - and it is a business they chose to do. Go figure. A few will have entered politics to attempt to sweep away the dirt. The rest will have entered for power and baubles.

I'd like to know what percentage of politicians are psychopaths or sociopaths compared to the wider public.

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 Post subject: Re: Actions speak louder than words
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The name of the Judge needs looking into,a conflict of interests? As one commenter says,Hang all the MP's etc. is the only way and,I for one agree with that.Sounds nasty,could lead me to explain myself at a tribunal or something similar in the future.This once great country is in a hell of a mess,all the normal people know it,but the political class seem to be turning their heads against it. Today's immigration figures are a disgrace,it's adding fuel to the funeral pyre of Great Britain.OFF WITH THEIR HEADS.
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 Post subject: Re: Actions speak louder than words
PostPosted: Thu Aug 25, 2011 7:38 pm 
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The name of the Judge needs looking into,a conflict of interests? As one commenter says,Hang all the MP's etc. is the only way and,I for one agree with that.Sounds nasty,could lead me to explain myself at a tribunal or something similar in the future.This once great country is in a hell of a mess,all the normal people know it,but the political class seem to be turning their heads against it. Today's immigration figures are a disgrace,it's adding fuel to the funeral pyre of Great Britain.OFF WITH THEIR HEADS.
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Are you sure it's their heads you want removed?

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 Post subject: Re: Actions speak louder than words
PostPosted: Thu Aug 25, 2011 7:42 pm 

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RAENORTH wrote:
Whistle wrote:
The name of the Judge needs looking into,a conflict of interests? As one commenter says,Hang all the MP's etc. is the only way and,I for one agree with that.Sounds nasty,could lead me to explain myself at a tribunal or something similar in the future.This once great country is in a hell of a mess,all the normal people know it,but the political class seem to be turning their heads against it. Today's immigration figures are a disgrace,it's adding fuel to the funeral pyre of Great Britain.OFF WITH THEIR HEADS.
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Are you sure it's their heads you want removed?


Teabag them with their own scrotums.


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 Post subject: Re: Actions speak louder than words
PostPosted: Thu Aug 25, 2011 9:16 pm 
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Teabag them with their own scrotums.
....not very effective if there's nothing in them :lol:
Unless you think Chutzpah carries sufficient weight.

The guy who said that the Law is an ass was well before his time.
...And you may ask 'What's in a name?'...To this Englishman a helluva lot.
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 Post subject: Re: Actions speak louder than words
PostPosted: Thu Aug 25, 2011 10:56 pm 

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john in cheshire wrote:
Note, I am not calling for the extermination of anyone.
Having said that, I believe that the only way our country will return to civilised normality is for a complete stratum of our society to be hanged. Politicians, significant socialist members of the press (bbc and guardeen spring to mind), senior members of the police, senior bankers, senior civil servants, senior local government servants, most judges and many lawyers, and all management of all quangos.
Now, can anyone tell me what was the result of the French Revolution; did the disappearance of their elite lead to some soul searching by those who remained behind and if so, how long did that clarity of mind last. Because, though I despise socialism, communism, fascism, there is one thing that sticks in my mind about Mr Dzhugashvili (aka Stalin) - he carried out regular purges of his minions. It kept them on their toes (teachers, bureaucrats, scientists etc). In our current situation, it seems like a good idea to me.
Having thought about it, it would seem to me that beheading the octopus will give people pause for thought for about 300 years (from restoration of the monarchy, Charles II to about 50 years ago). So, the elimination of an elite of scoundrels sounds like a good deal to me.


On the other hand we could just build walls around Tower Hamlets Bradford, Birmingham, etc and force the beeboids, politicians and MSM parasites to live there amongst the mess they've created. Make 'em suffer.


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David M wrote:
john in cheshire wrote:
Note, I am not calling for the extermination of anyone.
Having said that, I believe that the only way our country will return to civilised normality is for a complete stratum of our society to be hanged. Politicians, significant socialist members of the press (bbc and guardeen spring to mind), senior members of the police, senior bankers, senior civil servants, senior local government servants, most judges and many lawyers, and all management of all quangos.
Now, can anyone tell me what was the result of the French Revolution; did the disappearance of their elite lead to some soul searching by those who remained behind and if so, how long did that clarity of mind last. Because, though I despise socialism, communism, fascism, there is one thing that sticks in my mind about Mr Dzhugashvili (aka Stalin) - he carried out regular purges of his minions. It kept them on their toes (teachers, bureaucrats, scientists etc). In our current situation, it seems like a good idea to me.
Having thought about it, it would seem to me that beheading the octopus will give people pause for thought for about 300 years (from restoration of the monarchy, Charles II to about 50 years ago). So, the elimination of an elite of scoundrels sounds like a good deal to me.


On the other hand we could just build walls around Tower Hamlets Bradford, Birmingham, etc and force the beeboids, politicians and MSM parasites to live there amongst the mess they've created. Make 'em suffer.


I live in Bradford. Don't you think I suffer enough without also being surrounded by beeboids?

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 Post subject: Re: Actions speak louder than words
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Allan_Aberdeen wrote:
I had to laugh when I read this. Whenever I declare my support for the BNP, or rather, the policies put forward by the BNP, I get roundly condemned. What is described here is reality and it will happen more and more often as the indigenous people of this country continue their death spiral into demographic oblivion - but at least they won't have voted for the racist BNP!


When the English have been diluted to extinction it can be said in years to come how, rather than be labelled racist, for the first time in England's history the English went down without a fight.


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 Post subject: Re: Actions speak louder than words
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On the other hand we could just build walls around Tower Hamlets Bradford, Birmingham, etc and force the beeboids, politicians and MSM parasites to live there amongst the mess they've created. Make 'em suffer.


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I live in Bradford. Don't you think I suffer enough without also being surrounded by beeboids?


You took the words right out of my mouth Dr N.

In TH there are plenty of parasites only it's in shiny new apartments behind big gates with janitors, separated from the multiculti utopia they force on others. I also know that when these diversity lovers have children and they get to school age they don't want their children to go to the diverse schools that abound in TH, no they pack up and move. As one said to me a couple of years ago 'Oh I wouldn't send my child to a school in this area', I replied 'but this enforced diversity is ok for our children', he went beetroot red, I wanted to hurt him, and I think he knew. it.


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This is what is so worrying: there is no resistance to the invasion, none whatsoever. The invasion is enabled and facilitated by white people who do not differ in general appearance from me or other Britons. The rest may make a few irate comments to the Daily mail but as soon as X-Factor, 'Strictly' or Big Brother comes up on the screen of control, the minds revert to their dumbed-down neutral point. I suppose it could be called Darwinism for, if the English (and British) are to survive this onslaught against their genes, then they will survive. I just see no evidence that they will, or have the will. 12,000 years of predominance in these islands shall be broken in two generations because the English didn't want to be called 'racist'.


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Allan_Aberdeen wrote:
This is what is so worrying: there is no resistance to the invasion, none whatsoever. The invasion is enabled and facilitated by white people who do not differ in general appearance from me or other Britons. The rest may make a few irate comments to the Daily mail but as soon as X-Factor, 'Strictly' or Big Brother comes up on the screen of control, the minds revert to their dumbed-down neutral point. I suppose it could be called Darwinism for, if the English (and British) are to survive this onslaught against their genes, then they will survive. I just see no evidence that they will, or have the will. 12,000 years of predominance in these islands shall be broken in two generations because the English didn't want to be called 'racist'.

Nicely put. But as they say, it's darkest before dawn. And Britain is pretty dark now.


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The legal/illegal distinction here is a sham. It's just hairsplitting wordplay intended to divert the gullible and has no substance.

The real question is this. Has immigration to this country ever had any legitimacy?

The answer is a resounding NO, none of it has. And the distinction is important.

It's not just third-world immigration — this applies to ALL immigration. Nevertheless, because it is so thoroughly alien, so damaging, so massive and so deeply unwanted, it is the third-world variety that gets people particularly exercised. So let's just focus on that.

This crime against the British people—for that's what it is, a slow genocide—all started with the Empire Windrush docking at Tilbury in 1948 and has continued to this day with ever increasing intensity. Nothing can be more damaging to a democracy than changing the people, the demos, without their consent. This applies especially so to Britain where Britons have been the people of these British Isles for thousands of years. So says the DNA. Incidentally, contrary to, for example, that lying bitch Barbara Roche, Britain has NEVER been a "nation of immigrants". It makes one wonder why she should tell such an egregious lie and what her loyalties and prejudices are. But maybe that's a rude question, or worse, 'inappropriate'.

Anyway, none of this immigration has ever had any democratic mandate and none would ever have been given had it been sought. That is why it was done by political diktat and dressed up in a veneer of legality.

Sure, parliamentarians can pass any laws they wish in order to make something legal or illegal. No doubt those laws are legally or constitutionally 'valid' or whatever (under the present constitutional fudge we have), but does that make them legitimate, or—if you prefer a simpler word—right?

It's a good question. The answer, again, is no. Whatever the lawyer/constitutional types and other windbags might have to say, law only acquires its legitimacy if it has democratic backing. That's the bottom line in a democracy. (I'm sure everything Stalin and Hitler did was legal — so much for mere legality and unthinking respect for mere law then.)

So what's to be done? Well, what do you do with any crime but try to undo the damage done and punish the guilty? So it's the same here.

For one thing, with the immigrant presence here resulting solely from criminal acts by politicians and others, all immigrants and their descendants have no business being in this country. The resulting policy prescription is pretty obvious — all must be removed. That some of them might be innocent parties is neither here no there. If they wish to take action on that account then good luck to them but they can attempt that one when they are back in their own lands. In the meantime Britons need recompensing and get first call. Besides, and speaking in parallel terms, the acquisition of stolen goods, for example, confers no rights; and the victim of the theft retains full ownership and has no obligation to any third parties involved, innocent or otherwise. The same sort of principle applies here.

Problem solved. It requires only the will.

On that last point, I believe it's there, just waiting to explode into bloom. And given the head of pressure that has built up, explode is indeed the word. As for the bulk of people being sheep, to the extent that they are then that cuts both ways. Watching sheep being herded it's easy to see how quickly they can all be made to change direction. Woof woof.

Incidentally, in case anyone kindly enquires—and I can see the temptation—but yes, I am aware of the etymology of legal and legitimate etc. And the price of eggs.


P.S. I just caught the tail end of a report from Libya on Sky News. The reporter was interviewing some scraggly beard about his part in fighting with (and training/leading?) the rebels against Gaddafi. Apparently this freedom fighter's job is now done so he's gayly on his way back 'home' to England. That's nice. I wonder whose side he'll be on when the race war starts here.

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