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Shame about the civilians, but I could care less about any hurt LEO's.
Among the closest thing we have to fascists in modern Britain are people who call themselves ‘anti-fascists’. Not all people who call themselves ‘anti-fascist’, thank goodness. But a sizable portion. If you ever see these people in action you will notice that they behave in exactly the way you would expect their alleged opponents to behave. It is not just their behaviour (screaming, shouting, marching, fighting, threatening, brawling etc) that is so evocative of fascism. It is the belief that their rigid belief system is the only correct one and that all opponents are ‘scum’ who must be ‘smashed’ (this really is the language they use).
originally posted by: Misterlondon
What I find interesting is you hear about the British being racist, but you never hear the stories when it's the other way around and British are the victims.... Which they often are nowadays.
originally posted by: revmoofoo
"Making excuses for those raciest scum-bags, makes you part of the problem"
It's just a shame that you can't see what's in front of your eyes.
originally posted by: TrueBrit
If you do not believe in the freedom and rights of everyone here in this country, why should you be entitled to any?
originally posted by: pavil
What I find interesting is you hear about the British being racist, but you never hear the stories when it's the other way around and British are the victims....
That's not a race or hate crime....... Minorities get a free pass on attacking the majority.
Two immigrants who acted like animals in a mass frenzy of sexual assaults in
Cologne cheered, grinned and raised their fists in the air in celebration after
receiving suspended prison sentences, they showed little remorse when leaving
court. The two were found guilty for their part in the attacks in which dozens of
immigrant men sexually molested and robbed hundreds of women.
Their victims broke down and wept in court as they described their ordeals. The
judge said the duo acted like animals.
In Switzerland the parliament is considering tough new legislation to stop
people who enter the country as refugees, from flying home. The move was
sparked by seven Eritreans who entered as penniless refugees fleeing
violence, but who flew back home for breaks - and even to get married.
Their asylum status has been revoked.
Those who expect to reap the blessings of freedom must undergo the fatigue of supporting it.