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nick griffin asked not to wear the poppy by the british legion,nick griffin keeps upsetting people

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Good. The poppy symbolises men who died to save us from his type.

 

I just watched a programme on WW2 this morning.

 

Their mates didn't die so WE could perpetrate the whole thing all over again.

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The BL should keep out of politics.

Men/women fought for our freedom and even though most of the BNPs policys are wrong,Nick still has the same rights as the rest of us.

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The BL should keep out of politics.

Men/women fought for our freedom and even though most of the BNPs policys are wrong,Nick still has the same rights as the rest of us.

 

 

And one of those freedoms is freedom of speech, which the BL are exercising.

 

Why should they keep out of politics btw?

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The BL should keep out of politics.

Why? Maybe the reason some of those people went to fight facism was that they beleived it was evil. They've got the right to attack it at home too.

 

The Guardian Link:

 

[Mr Griffin]He added that he would stop wearing it if troops recovering in hospitals in the UK were not charged to watch television.

I'm sure him wearing a poppy will really hit 'Hospedia' (an awful word) where it hurts.

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Why? Maybe the reason some of those people went to fight facism was that they beleived it was evil. They've got the right to attack it at home too.

 

 

A very good point. They could start by attacking the extremely fascist idea that someone should be denied the right to wear a poppy because of his political beliefs.

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And one of those freedoms is freedom of speech, which the BL are exercising.

 

Why should they keep out of politics btw?

 

All charities should steer clear of politics.They are there to help people/animals etc,not to judge them.

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All charities should steer clear of politics.They are there to help people/animals etc,not to judge them.

 

 

 

 

And politics should stay clear of charities? C'mon shane...the BNP are political parasites, they'll use anything and everything to gain a point...even if it conflicts with what they are actually stand for.

 

They've suckled Jews, gays, Muslims etc to try and make political gain.

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All charities should steer clear of politics.They are there to help people/animals etc,not to judge them.

 

You have a very strange idea about freedom of speech if you want to stop charities talking about the solutions to the issues they address. The work of charities is fundamentally political.

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nick griffin asked not to wear the poppy by the british legion,nick griffin keeps upsetting people

 

Maybe they should send him a white feather to wear instead, its not like his heros in the British Union of Fascists supported us in the last world war.

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Working on the idea of there is no such thing as bad publicity isn’t all the media hype counterproductive, it seems to me that people that wouldn’t give the BNP a second thought are now being to listen to what they have to say.

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