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    Re: UK and Netherlands vote in EU election

    Quote Originally Posted by Harry Guerrilla View Post
    When it collapses, I'm assuming its just the Parliament right?
    All other functions continue on

    The U.K. is a little smaller than Oregon how do you avoid all the idiots?
    Then the Queen will dissolve Parliament or a new leader would be chosen by the MP's to lead Labour. Consitutionally, they do not have to hold a election for about another year.

    I have no idea, racism isn't that big here in London. I have never encountered racism in London. Its always when you leave London to some other parts of UK that it occurs.


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    Re: UK and Netherlands vote in EU election

    Quote Originally Posted by Laila View Post
    They don't want no non whites in UK. They hide it behind their suits but they want repatriation of all legal citizens who are non white as much as illegal immigrants.

    I'd assume so, but i have never gone through such a process. You tell me.
    I was responding to your support for UKIPs regulation statement.

    You assume wrongly, We married in the UK, I then started the process 10 yrs ago, they informed my that my wife should leave the country and we should re apply from her home country, it took 4 hard yrs the, help of my friend Dr Brian Iddon Mp to win the fight. That was normal then and it is worse now.
    I repeat I was born in this country.

    I dont know why you directed your comments about the BNP at the top of your post to me, I probably have more knowledge of them than you admit you have about immigration.


    It also gave me grate pleasure to assist in the selection of a very fine female Muslim Candidate to replace Dr Iddon when he retires at the next election.

    I also represented him at a Home Office Immigration "road show" 6 yrs ago.

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    Re: UK and Netherlands vote in EU election

    Nationalism is not automatically race based or whatnot but it tends to be no matter the ideology..Nazi to Commie.
    "Germany for Germans"... "China for China Russia for Russians"... "Americans for USA."
    Is not inherently racist or even ethnic based.

    Anyway Yes there has been a general push in most European nations especially the east in favor of anti-immigrant cultural superiority based parties.From West to East. Its deeper and more in power polically.
    Russia is xenophobic nationalistic and persoanlity based fascism..with a vote occassionally.
    Shades in between on the continent.
    Ireland/Iceland democratic elected republics.

    We live after the great dictators so we shall see if they influence today more then they already have. BUT the Europeans look to be going that way again.

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    Re: UK and Netherlands vote in EU election

    Quote Originally Posted by Triad View Post
    Nationalism is not automatically race based or whatnot but it tends to be no matter the ideology..Nazi to Commie.
    "Germany for Germans"... "China for China Russia for Russians"... "Americans for USA."
    Is not inherently racist or even ethnic based.

    Anyway Yes there has been a general push in most European nations especially the east in favor of anti-immigrant cultural superiority based parties.From West to East. Its deeper and more in power polically.
    Russia is xenophobic nationalistic and persoanlity based fascism..with a vote occassionally.
    Shades in between on the continent.
    Ireland/Iceland democratic elected republics.

    We live after the great dictators so we shall see if they influence today more then they already have. BUT the Europeans look to be going that way again.

    Hitler Among the Cars, 1939 - Adolf Hitler: Up Close - LIFE
    Pretty amazing high definition color photos from his photographer they found just recently at LIFE.
    I'm personally always skeptical of nationalistic anything, although I can understand why U.K. residents may favor them over the EU supporting parties.

    If they leave race out of it, it wouldn't be a big deal.
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    Re: UK and Netherlands vote in EU election

    Quote Originally Posted by B L Zeebub View Post
    I was responding to your support for UKIPs regulation statement.

    You assume wrongly, We married in the UK, I then started the process 10 yrs ago, they informed my that my wife should leave the country and we should re apply from her home country, it took 4 hard yrs the, help of my friend Dr Brian Iddon Mp to win the fight. That was normal then and it is worse now.
    I repeat I was born in this country.
    I said i agree with Parliament's soverignty and immigration limits. I didn't say i support them by voting for them. I agree with many of the Green's policies, doesn't mean i'd support them.

    Under a Labour Government
    Why is your dislike not directed at them then?


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    Re: UK and Netherlands vote in EU election

    Quote Originally Posted by Laila View Post
    Holy crap. Who is that N supposed to be? Brown?
    Are they not aware our cabinet is all white =D

    South hm?
    *Makes note to never visit*
    Okay, Any other places overly racist?
    Please read it carefully, then relate it to the topic in hand.

    The phrase was used by idiots who believe that the Labour Government was soft on immigration, so therefore a vote for them got you a Nxxxxr as a neighbor.

    Northern Ireland when both sides stopped killing, the protestant groups in particular turned there attentions to non whites in general, for Queen and Country.

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    Re: UK and Netherlands vote in EU election

    Ah i see. Labour is slightly soft on immigration you have to admit that.
    We had a hard time, damn near impossible time deporting some extremists.


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    Re: UK and Netherlands vote in EU election

    Quote Originally Posted by Laila View Post
    I said i agree with Parliament's soverignty and immigration limits. I didn't say i support them by voting for them. I agree with many of the Green's policies, doesn't mean i'd support them.

    Under a Labour Government
    Why is your dislike not directed at them then?
    I think you should re read your post 56, They(ukip) want to restore Parliaments Soverignty and start regulating imigration..........I agree with both of those, what did you mean then?

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    Re: UK and Netherlands vote in EU election

    Quote Originally Posted by Laila View Post
    Ah i see. Labour is slightly soft on immigration you have to admit that.
    We had a hard time, damn near impossible time deporting some extremists.
    Did you read my experience as a long term, well known, then Labour party member.

    That is because of the law of the land.

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    Re: UK and Netherlands vote in EU election

    In the current Local elections the Labour's gross vote dropped 1% the Conservatives dropped 6% it has been reported, your thoughts please

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