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    Yea......what LarsMac said.
    I thought I knew more than this until I opened my mouth

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    Quote Originally Posted by LarsMac View Post
    There was not "Leftist/Labour" conspiracy to make a "Multi-Cultural UK"
    The UK did like every other industrialized country after WWII.
    We fed our industry with good jobs and the middle class no longer wanted to do the menial labor, so we began importing cheap labor from the Third World to do our dirty work.
    Then the corporations began using that cheap labor for the other jobs instead of feeding the unions. When governments started trying to enforce the pay standards, the corporations moved the jobs, leaving the unions and the cheap labor to fight over the scraps, and leftovers.
    Now we have pricks like this guy trying to push all the blame onto the left.
    Maybe In the USA....

    Try reading the Left's opinion

    Mass immigration has made Britain a less competitive economy - Telegraph

    Documents prove the recklessness of the open door policy... even the Left are calling It treason.... You seem to be very out of touch with this In the UK.


    The document released yesterday suggested that Labour originally pursued a different direction. It was published under the title “Migration: an economic and social analysis” but the removal of significant extracts suggested that officials or ministers were nervous over references to “social objectives”.
    The original paper called for the need of a new framework for thinking about migration policy but the concluding phrase — “if we are to maximise the contribution of migration to the Government’s economic and social objectives” — was edited out.

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    Re: Herr Griffin

    Quote Originally Posted by Bruv View Post
    Yea......what LarsMac said.
    How about contributing something on the Issue Griffin raised Instead of how he presented It ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by oscar View Post
    How about contributing something on the Issue Griffin raised Instead of how he presented It ?
    And which issue would that actually be?
    I marvel that they didn't toss him out on his ear.
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    Re: Herr Griffin

    Quote Originally Posted by oscar View Post
    How about contributing something on the Issue Griffin raised Instead of how he presented It ?
    There is no issue, there is only a baseless racist paranoia, generated by small minded bigots.
    I thought I knew more than this until I opened my mouth

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    Re: Herr Griffin

    Quote Originally Posted by LarsMac View Post
    And which issue would that actually be?
    I marvel that they didn't toss him out on his ear.
    You and me LarsMac.....seperated at birth?
    I thought I knew more than this until I opened my mouth

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    Re: Herr Griffin

    Quote Originally Posted by LarsMac View Post
    And which issue would that actually be?
    I marvel that they didn't toss him out on his ear.


    Then you really are out of touch with politics In the Uk and Europe. We are a democratic society and weather you or anyone else likes It, Nick Griffin Is a democratically elected member of the European Parliament. That gives him the right to address what he likes, and how he likes. He would be no more thrown out on his ear than any other democratically elected member of the European Parliament, or don't you realise that ?
    There are many elected politicians In the EU Parliament that I believe are complete tossers but weather I like It or not, they have a right to be there, ie elected by the people.

    Or are you suggesting Lars, that In a democratic society, we begin to silence those elected by the people when we don't like what they are saying ? How does that work exactly ?

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    Re: Herr Griffin

    Quote Originally Posted by oscar View Post
    Then you really are out of touch with politics In the Uk and Europe. We are a democratic society and weather you or anyone else likes It, Nick Griffin Is a democratically elected member of the European Parliament. That gives him the right to address what he likes, and how he likes. He would be no more thrown out on his ear than any other democratically elected member of the European Parliament, or don't you realise that ?
    There are many elected politicians In the EU Parliament that I believe are complete tossers but weather I like It or not, they have a right to be there, ie elected by the people.

    Or are you suggesting Lars, that In a democratic society, we begin to silence those elected by the people when we don't like what they are saying ? How does that work exactly ?
    It is something you like to remind us often. The fact that he is an elected member of parliament.

    With that, comes a responsibility. He represents ALL in is constituency, not just the White, Anglo Saxon ones. He has a responsibility to all those, whether they voted for him or not. He cannot choose to disenfranchise the ones who don't suit his racial profile.

    That's what responsible politicians do, or at least are supposed to
    "He has all the virtues I dislike and none of the vices I admire."
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    Re: Herr Griffin

    Quote Originally Posted by Snowfire View Post
    It is something you like to remind us often. The fact that he is an elected member of parliament.

    With that, comes a responsibility. He represents ALL in is constituency, not just the White, Anglo Saxon ones. He has a responsibility to all those, whether they voted for him or not. He cannot choose to disenfranchise the ones who don't suit his racial profile.

    That's what responsible politicians do, or at least are supposed to
    Ahhhh and there's the dichotomy.

    Drawing on previous threads, which Is It now?

    Is Griffin the Totalitarian who excluded non whites from joining the BNP until amendments to the Equality Bill which would enable him to address Issue's only on behalf on his white Indigenous European country men as claimed In other threads, or, Is he now suddenly duty bound to speak on behalf on non Indigenous, neglected people who didn't vote for him ?

    So which Is It ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by oscar View Post
    Ahhhh and there's the dichotomy.

    Drawing on previous threads, which Is It now?

    Is Griffin the Totalitarian who excluded non whites from joining the BNP until amendments to the Equality Bill which would enable him to address Issue's only on behalf on his white Indigenous European country men as claimed In other threads, or, Is he now suddenly duty bound to speak on behalf on non Indigenous, neglected people who didn't vote for him ?

    So which Is It ?
    I don't see a dichotomy. Just a statement about his moral and political responsibilities as a Member of the European Union for North West England
    "He has all the virtues I dislike and none of the vices I admire."
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