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SouthSeakingKind Posted on 13/03/2018 17:10
Edited On: 13/03/2018 17:17It's a sad day
 
 
When the British government is so insecure that it wont let journalists enter the uk freely for criticising their lefty multicultural ideology.

First they arrest martin sellner for wanting to give a speech and then brittany pettibone for daring to try and interview tommy robinson and now refuse entry for lauren southern for nothing in particular and she's so cute

Outrageous especially after locking up the Britain First opposition, not long now this country is finished.

May the state fall and the Nation rise again.

Link: www.youtube.com/watch?v=9Kzkgd-GLrk
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Dannyboy123 Posted on 13/03/2018 21:27

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Britain First. a gullable halfwit and a coward.
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Cressers Posted on 14/03/2018 05:25

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They're not journalists but hatemongers.
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pompeyhighlander Posted on 14/03/2018 08:00

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I don't understand why Nazis target football. They're not welcome.
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TufnellChimes Posted on 14/03/2018 08:07

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I was thinking that this post was going to be about Stephen Hawking.
But no, its about dinlo hatesters, how disappointing.
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Bluetag Posted on 14/03/2018 08:18

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It could be. Would Stephen Hawkings been a better signing than Oli Hawkins.
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smirnoffexpress Posted on 14/03/2018 09:49

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As far as Britain First is concerned , I do not agree with their approach to problems. That said , the jailing of their two leaders is 100% political and is another disgraceful attempt to deny freedom of speech , end of. The arrest at customs and detention of individuals that have broken no laws , have no criminal records and who wish to merely interview someone is draconian . Particularly galling when a number of individuals with active links to Islamist terror organization have been let in the recent past. It is political repression in its purest form , it is antidemocratic and if left unchallenged will lead to even harder suppression of those with views that do not tally with the establishment view.
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SouthSeakingKind Posted on 14/03/2018 16:10

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Give self pat on back smirnoff only man of Portsmouth willing to give voice and backing for freedom of speech, sad times indeed.
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TAFKAGDR Posted on 14/03/2018 16:31

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It's quite incredible that you'd vote for Brexit in order for us to have control over our borders and then moan when we exercise the control over our borders that we never actually lost in the first place.

The jailing of those two half-witted mongoloids has nothing to do with denying freedom of speech or politics. They went to a pregnant woman's house who was home alone, yelled death threats, racist abuse and threats of violence against her and that led to her miscarrying a child. If you think that's in any way acceptable, normal, legal or anywhere within the confines of exercising free speech then you're an idiot.
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smirnoffexpress Posted on 14/03/2018 16:59

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Gilles , first paragraph , nice try from my favourite remaniac , but I am not having that. You are an intelligent man , or so you keep telling us , border controls and a Home Secretary that is barring entry based solely on the basis of an individuals political views , is an entirely different part of the argument and you know it. It would have been done even if there had not been a referendum and is a separate issue.

I will admit that the two half -witted Mongloids set themselves up fantastically because they are XXXXXXs. However , like most Guardian reading , right on , multi culture is working so give us more of the same flakes, you believe the headlines. Your version of events is incorrect . That said if they had been given twelve months each for having the grace and manners of roadkill , I would not complain.
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mudlarq Posted on 14/03/2018 18:18

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I`m surprised Lauren Southern got banned. She`s an intelligent girl who puts her view across very well. Whether you agree with her or not she shouldn`t be silenced. I certainly wouldn`t put her in the same category as Britain First.
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smirnoffexpress Posted on 14/03/2018 19:46

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They are using anti terror legislation for purposes it was not intended for , its the thin end of the wedge , and it needs challenging. During the last year over 400 jihadis have returned to Britain from Syria , the vast majority came through customs unchallenged. However two people that have broken no laws in the country nor in Europe nor the USA , holding views that they can and do express elsewhere are detained for three day under anti terror legislation before being refused entry and deported. One planned to make a speech at speakers corner the other was due to interview Tommy Robinson . The chap giving the speech at speakers corners speech will be absent , but that speech will be heard at speakers corner , it may well be carnage , but it will be heard.
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tihkal77 Posted on 14/03/2018 20:13

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About time you exercised your right to fvck right off back to Narnia then, SSK?
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SouthSeakingKind Posted on 14/03/2018 20:34

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as always your wise words bring comfort to heart and soul, ty t77 [smi]
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tihkal77 Posted on 14/03/2018 20:36

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One tries.
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BilltheCat Posted on 14/03/2018 21:03

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"I`m surprised Lauren Southern got banned".

Why? She's a nasty piece of sh'ite who actively tried to prevent the saving of refugee lives in the Mediterranean.

There's enough Islamophobia in the UK without giving the likes of her a platform to speak.
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smirnoffexpress Posted on 15/03/2018 12:25

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There you go again , Who decides who gets a platform to speak and who doesn’t ? And that is the crux of the matter. Anyone had the right to speak their opinions as long as they did.so with regard to our laws. That no longer appears to be the case.
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PissTake_Peg Posted on 15/03/2018 12:56

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That was exactly the case. There are laws against hate speech and incitement.
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SouthSeakingKind Posted on 15/03/2018 13:24

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Lauren Southern is a nazi? Not long now and we will be the majority and you know what that means....U-boats patrolling the med [cr]
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OptimusPrimus Posted on 15/03/2018 13:42
Edited On: 15/03/2018 14:06
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@smirnoffexpress

Bringing up the Britain First leaders was a regrettable tangent to take the thread on, because it is well documented that they were arrested and imprisoned for harassment that resulted in a loss of Kelli Best's unborn child.

Judge Justin Barron did well to state plainly that he reached his verdict "solely on admissible evidence heard in court" at the end of their appearance in the dock.

So with that addressed, bringing the thread back on to the subject of Southern et al, an on to your crowing about Southern having her voice taken away from her.

Southern was disallowed entry due to legitimate concerns that she would incite religious hatred for a second time on UK shores.

On 24th Feb she trolled muslims in Luton by handing out cards with "Allah is a gay god" on, which as has already been pointed out here, was not lawful under The Racial and Religious Hatred Act 2006. Specifically "A person who uses threatening words or behaviour, or displays any written material which is threatening and/or designed to incite... if he intends thereby to stir up religious hatred".

So when you said earlier "the arrest at customs and detention of individuals that have broken no laws , have no criminal records and who wish to merely interview someone is draconian", you were mistaken.

Because she has broken a law.

And so on that basis - and after 'fessing up during interview that she was going to repeat that crime - she was denied entry a second time, unsurprisingly!

The other two would have done well to have gone about their business without her.

But they've previously failed at that as well. Have a look at the photos of the people she is stood with on that day on Feb 24th and you'll recognise the faces.

And so the whole troupe were denied entry - legally.

We live in a post-truth world these days so I thought it would be useful to attach some proof.

The deportation was lawful and just.

I *will* give it to you that the letter she received was XXXXXX poor though! Have you seen it? Have a look on her Twitter. Littered with spelling and grammar errata.

I agree with the view that Lauren Southern is an intelligent girl who puts her view across very well.

But her mistake was to break the law on her previous visit.

Link: She broke the law
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Gulf_of_Tonking Posted on 15/03/2018 14:31

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Benjamin Netanyahu is welcome here any day of the week though.
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SouthSeakingKind Posted on 15/03/2018 14:46

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She didnt make any mistakes, Southern and her friends have successfully highlighted the anti christian, anti white, anti western implementation of law when and how it suits and the disingenuous words and dubious motives of those who try and defend stinking corruption.
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OptimusPrimus Posted on 15/03/2018 14:51

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"Southern and her friends have successfully highlighted the implementation of law against Christian white westerners who break them".

FTFY [^]
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SouthSeakingKind Posted on 15/03/2018 15:18

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OptimusPrimus the very definition of disingenuity [8)]
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OptimusPrimus Posted on 15/03/2018 16:09

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I prefer ingenious. You had most of the letters right... [:o)]

Which sadly is the inverse of what can be said of your grasp of the facts on this news item.

Southern has been an idiot. She committed a crime alongside Pettibone last February in Luton, and that is why the pair of them have been legally deported this time around.

As for Sellner, his involvement with Southern during the blockage of the NGO efforts to rescue migrants from the sea last summer, and his premiership of Generation Identity, have cost him his opportunity to deliver his speech at Speaker's Corner.

His relationship with Pettibone and the fact that all three travelled together and were found in posession with similar materials is just icing on the cake.

They bungled it.

But you can keep kidding yourselves that this is a crass, draconian and (all manner of other misused long words) withdrawal of their freedom of speech if you want. Stirs up the passions and prejudices of the public, dunnit... [ref][8)]
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smirnoffexpress Posted on 15/03/2018 16:40

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Antifa c@nt alert , did you type that with your cowards balaclava on?
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OptimusPrimus Posted on 15/03/2018 17:29

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Sorry Smirnoff, but this incident is by the book. No conspiracy this time...
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TufnellChimes Posted on 15/03/2018 18:35

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So suck it up.
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smirnoffexpress Posted on 15/03/2018 20:33

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By what book ? Of the three individuals either barred or deported , when have they been convicted of any crime that would warrant such a move , in a British court?
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pompeyhighlander Posted on 16/03/2018 15:17

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You don't have to be convicted of anything to be refused leave to enter by the Border Force. It was ever thus. This is a lot of silly fuss about nothing and about a process that has been in place for decades.
Back in the good old days, Immigration Officers worked under the Aliens Order 1953 (until the introduction of the Immigration act 1971). Article 1(1) of the Aliens Order was great. Basically if the Immigration Officer didn't like you, the result was refusal of entry ("refusal of leave to land" in those days) and you would be turned round immediately.
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exgaffer Posted on 17/03/2018 11:47

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I can't believe how many of you lot are defenders of, effectively, blasphemy laws.

Freedom of speech is the very basis of any civilised society, and is only curtailed by totalitarian states.

The supreme irony is some of you simpletons calling others 'Nazis' (with no evidence by the way), while at the same time defending Nazi tactics employed by our own government.

'Hate' speech laws are being used to silence any dissent. and you can effectively be arrested and charged purely because someone else is 'offended' by what you say.

'Terror' laws are being used dishonestly to deny entry to people who are no threat whatsoever to the country. Still, it saves the authorities from having to defend them against those who most definitely ARE a threat.

The media and government spend more time talking about the threat from the 'far right', than the very real threat from Islamic fundamentalists. The two are not even in the same ballpark when it comes to the number of victims, as even a cursory examination of the facts will confirm.

Still, facts very rarely trouble the left do they?

As long ago as 700 BC Homer said: 'to speak his thoughts is every freeman’s right, in peace and war, in council and in fight.'

Most of you sheep don't want to be free men though do you? You'd rather be enslaved by globalists like Soros.
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mudlarq Posted on 17/03/2018 12:15

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Spot on Gaffer [^]
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OptimusPrimus Posted on 17/03/2018 13:03

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Gaffer's back and he has brought his straw man back with him, changing the subject yet again to that surefire emotive demagogue subject, and go-to hiding place for debate, the perception of free speech being revoked.

Why is it when extreme right wingers are hung drawn and quartered by facts that debate goes out the window and it's all about free speech and Nazis?

[:D]
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exgaffer Posted on 17/03/2018 13:15

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OptimusPrimus, do you even know the meaning of a 'straw man' argument?

I suspect not, sheep don't do a lot of reading do they? [8D]

If you look at the reasons for denying entry, it is absolutely about free speech, or the lack of it in this multicultural 1984 we find ourselves inhabiting.
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mudlarq Posted on 17/03/2018 13:21
Edited On: 17/03/2018 13:24
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So you`re resorting to insults now mate. Easy to do on here - in real life not so much.
Anyway back
to painting the hallway.
Edit - I thought he was calling me a straw man, fuctifino.
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pompeyhighlander Posted on 17/03/2018 13:52

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In English law the straw man argument counts for nothing. It's the man on the Clapham omnibus who is important. I strongly suspect that the man on the Clapham omnibus would agree wholeheartedly with these recent developments.
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TufnellChimes Posted on 18/03/2018 21:49

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Thatcher said the man on the Clapham omnibus should consider himself a failure.
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Prozac Posted on 18/03/2018 22:25

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Although 'he' is supposedly an intelligent man, nondescript is a better evaluation and there are plenty of those on here.
Who here has even been on the 88?

Personally I believe Von Clausewitz quote about war being a continuation of politics by other means is actually getting closer.

The countries are aligning themselves and we step ever closer to the precipice.
Isn't this exhibiting free speech right here on this forum or is it just a figment of our or my imagination?

However, the criminal justice act was for me the first noticeable loss of freedom of expression. We've been on a downward trajectory ever since

fact!
ill watch for signs of the revolution but I doubt it will be televised!!
Until then, footie will do!
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Frattoniser Posted on 19/03/2018 10:02

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Optimus, if your post was removed, how would you make your point regarding the un-importance to free speech?
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OptimusPrimus Posted on 19/03/2018 10:25

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That would be a change of subject and a non-event since my post stands tall [smi].
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Gooders Posted on 19/03/2018 10:29

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I reserve the right for anyone left, centre right, up or down, in the air or underground to say whatever they believe in.

I will always support their right to free speech whatever the content.

However after they have said it if during their freedom to express they urger others to incite violence or agression towards others then they should be nicked which ever political banner they crawl out from..

With free speech also comes responsibility, I may go to SCUM MARY'S and deliver a speech on how I detest the worzels and they are the laughing stock of the football world.. However If I happen to also stand up and say it is the duty of every Pompey fan to club a scummer with a baseball bat I exxpect to get locked up.
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TAFKAGDR Posted on 19/03/2018 10:40

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Is it OK to dress up as Sir Jimmy and hang around outside playschools telling parents how gorgeous there children are? Or is it OK to go to the funerals of dead soldiers holding placards saying "God hates soldier fags"?

In America this is acceptable under their 1st Amendment right to free speech. In the UK you would be arrested. I'm perfectly happy with that. And I'm perfectly happy with the government refusing visas to those whose sole incentive is to whip up anti-whatever sentiment in communities they don't belong to. I'd refuse Bono a visa too just because he's a coont.
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SouthSeakingKind Posted on 19/03/2018 12:20

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God does hate fags and it is not as if they are accusing dead soldiers of being fags they are just pointing out dead soldiers is a result of being a sinful faggot nation hence "god hates fags" and not "god hates soldier fags"

Accusing people of having wicked sentiment cuz you know their sole incentive is a slippery slope and should be used in exceptional circumstances like against TERRORISTS and not journalists that upset liberal sensibilities.
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TAFKAGDR Posted on 19/03/2018 12:34

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Preventing people from spreading a message that creates terrorists is fair enough in my book. It's good to see that the pathetic Brexiter fallacy that we have no control over our borders has also been laid to rest. If you don't like the choice of who is and isn't allowed into the country then vote for a different party that better reflects your burning passion for free speech.
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smirnoffexpress Posted on 19/03/2018 13:28

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XXXXXX the ban , the speech was made , stick that in your pipe and smoke it you Tory hag.
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RavoPFC Posted on 19/03/2018 13:40

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It was already difficult to take SSK seriously and his clear membership as part of the Westboro Baptist Church is not helping either.
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SouthSeakingKind Posted on 19/03/2018 14:29

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not true Ravo I am not a member of Westboro Baptist Church I just wanted to clear up the deceitful misrepresentation of their views by liberal media aka msm.
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OptimusPrimus Posted on 19/03/2018 15:13
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Even harder to take SSK's wanna be British anachronism persona seriously when he outs himself as a nipper with his yank-speak as well.

No self-respecting Brit over the age of 20 says 'fag'.

SSK is a character to wind the admin up with isn't it...
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tihkal77 Posted on 19/03/2018 22:31

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I picture SSK as a fatter and more anaemic version of Herr Lipp, with a stained Skrewdriver duvet cover and jackboot-mules.

Pure ‘master race’.
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CountVonCount Posted on 19/03/2018 23:24

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He's the swaythling scummer on a wind up.
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SouthSeakingKind Posted on 21/03/2018 19:45

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no need to explain why but if you want to make amends for standing by you could start here [^]

Link: tommyrobinson.online/support/
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TAFKAGDR Posted on 21/03/2018 19:52

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Your hero is literally a beggar.
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SouthSeakingKind Posted on 21/03/2018 20:09

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hardly, he is asking for support from people who wish him to be able to continue his work.

money for work is not the definition of begging but you carry on twisting the truth if it makes you feel good.
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tricky_ricky_pfc Posted on 21/03/2018 20:21

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Just googled Lauren Southern, she's well fit [^]
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SouthSeakingKind Posted on 21/03/2018 20:26

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you should google faith goldy she is another one of ours

Link: www.google.co.uk/search?q=faith+goldy&safe=strict&
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smirnoffexpress Posted on 23/03/2018 08:15

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Just polishing up my jack boots , next stop Birmingham.
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