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Top Tory: BNP voters ‘legitimate views’

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  1. That vile spawn of a pig has no right to sit in Westminster.

  2. How long before Sister Kissatory Sass shows up to rant and rave in defence of her beloved Conservatives?

  3. Sister Mary Clarance 1 Oct 2007, 8:34pm

    I assume you mean me with your ‘hilarious’ parody of my user name.Personally I’m 100% in favour of social migrants coming to this country and filling the skills gap that we have as a result the complete mismanagement of the education system we have seen by your belovedly Labour party.Whilst I do not like Sayeeda Warsi or have much in common with her views, it is true to say that many people are concerned by immigration. Labour’s policy of “you can come in if you can climb over the barbed wire” may be something you support Zeke, but I would rather see us allowing in people that can contribute positively to our society being allowed in to help sustain our economy, pay taxes and support our health and welfare systems.Perhaps we do need to be looking at why tens of thousands of people have gone running into the arms of the BNP under a Labour government.I’m sure you remember the headlines in May “The industry minister, Margaret Hodge, yesterday provoked a furious reaction from politicians and refugee groups by proposing that local British-born families should get priority for scarce social housing over newly arrived immigrants, with the exception of refugees.” Not that different from the views being pedalled by the BNPWhat’s left of the NHS is shored up by immigrant workers. Margaret’s cunning plan to exclude these people from access to social housing would mean that those who are keeping our hospitals functioning would be f**ked. So Zeke, perhaps you’d like to offer a few pearls of wisdom on Margaret Hodge’s little diatribe.

  4. Hmmm, ’bout six hours. You’re slipping there Sista.

  5. Sister Mary Clarance 2 Oct 2007, 4:57am

    Well done Zeke – that certainly answered my question didn’t it.With your tenuous (at best) grasp of politics, you might be better off sticking to comments on some of the lighter news stories on here. “Website posts scandalous pictures of boxer in drag” or “Gay icon Paris Hilton given prison sentence” might not be too much out of your depth.

  6. Dear Sister of Perpetual Self-Righteousness, I’m not going to engage you in debate, not because I couldn’t, but because you have proven, time and time again that you are incapable of having a civil and respectful discussion with people who disagree with you. You repeatedly resort to sarcasm, rudeness and ad hominem attacks. I won’t give you the satisfaction.You are nothing more than a Conservative parrot, harping the Tory talking points, word for word, straight from the script. I wouldn’t be a bit surprised if you’re on the payroll.Proverbs teaches us not to waste our words on a fool, but to turn and walk away for the capacity to understand truth is not in them. You fit the bill for a fool and thus I am turning and walking away.Ta Ta!

  7. Anonymous 2 Oct 2007, 8:27pm

    I think, the government needs to find out why people are looking towards the BNP before they do that I’d personally advocate banning the BNP, I’m not too fond of National Socialism, watered-down or not, the BNP pray of people’s fears, people that vote BNP are naive and ignorant, they don’t understand that concerns about crime and justice and immigration will turn into uncontrollable racism and oppression of anybody that isn’t white, British, christian, straight and healthy and as for the Baroness she’s just a vicious, bitter anomaly on the face of British Mainstream Politics

  8. Robert, ex-pat Brit 2 Oct 2007, 9:00pm

    Anonymous, national socialism is NAZISM, why doesn’t the BNP call it that which is what it is.

  9. Bill Perdue 3 Oct 2007, 1:17am

    ‘There’s a stench of fascism in the air.’ It’s been there a long time and includes The British Fascists, founded in 1923, the Imperial Fascist League formed in 1929, the British Union of Fascists, formed in 1932 by Oswald Mosley, and now the not so neo-fascist BNP.And let’s not forget the DUP and its paramilitary goons in English occupied Ireland. They have deep roots in colonialist and fascist politics. Fascism in England has had powerful supporters like DAILY MAIL during the thirties, the Clivden Set, and even the occasional flirtaceous royal. It’s a tribute to the power and determination of working people that it never got off the ground. The same cannot be said for the US where christian totalitarians are evolving in the direction fascism at a steady pace and have their own deep roots in the Dixiecrat southern Democrats, the southern baptist and roman cults and the KKK. When it’s our turn to face them down we’ll need a mass movement to do it.

  10. Sister Mary Clarance 3 Oct 2007, 2:41am

    Zeke – “…. time and time again that you are incapable of having a civil and respectful discussion with people who disagree with you”Who’s that addressed to ‘Sister Kissatory Sass’ or ‘Sister of Perpetual Self-Righteousness’? Muddying the waters with a few facts here sweetheart, I think you were the one who fell of the civil and respectful bandwagon some time ago.Harking back to other recent postings of yours like ‘A flip-flop trying to control of a load of blue rinsed, purple faced Nazis and failing’. Again the ‘civil and respectful’ train seemed to have left the station without you.

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