The kind of people who want to stop ‘Islamification’ of Britain


by Sunny
9th November, 2009 at 10:06 am    

There’s a Facebook group a reader sent in titled: ‘BRITAIN WILL NEVER BE A MUSLIM COUNTRY‘. As one of the Sikh posters on the group sarcastically writes: Britain will never be a Sikh country either.

But what kind of people does such a group attract? What’s their mindset like?

Joseph Mcloughlin: the only problem with these groups is uneducated retards start blabbering on about bombs and shit, and just act like rascist wankers, forgetting about the fact that immigration is a fucking problem and needs sorting, these people let these groups down. eg saying get back to your own country… they arent going to so… stop letting people in! start throwinng all the society drainers out then we may be better off

Alan Elvis Jones I’d fight to the death to make sure my grandkids dont end up wearing a turban or them redicolus veil things that the women wear! FUCK RELIGION! RELIGIONS’ CAUSE WARS AND ITS ALL BULLSHIT! i cant belive that muslim extremeists acually think they will have an afterlife of paradice if they kill themselves along with others!! SMELLY, DIRTY BASTARDS!!!

Lord Alex Frazer all you inbread illegal n legal filth fuck off to ur own countries n blow each other up then we can blow y all up y dirty bastards!!!!

Rob Beddows Religion is irrelevent, your all believing in lies but im tired of immigrants here, not just muslims. You all have your own countries so stay there.

Craig Barnes Edl The loony left would march with paedophiles if it meant standing against English or British traditions cultures or demands.The left and in particular the UAF are anti British and in particularly anti English,many are mentally ill.

Wow. These people really are trying to build a tolerant society eh. And yet there are people who keep telling us, including on this blog, that we must listen to BNP voters. Yeah, I’m a turkey and I’m voting for Christmas. Fuck that,


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  1. Fojee Punjabi — on 9th November, 2009 at 1:15 am  

    You know what I despise: intellectual Nazis who condemn those who they fully know well are less educated than them and who mock their concerns… ring any bells, Mr Hundal… ?

  2. douglas clark — on 9th November, 2009 at 1:51 am  

    Fojee Punjabi,

    I am not particularily well educated and I think these people are arseholes. You know what I despise: apologia for ignorance…..

  3. Fojee Punjabi — on 9th November, 2009 at 2:01 am  

    Touchy.

    What's wrong?

    Late period, Pumpkin?

  4. douglas clark — on 9th November, 2009 at 2:09 am  

    Fojee,

    Touchy.

    What's wrong?

    Late period, Pumpkin?

    Shit, you've found me out.

  5. Reza — on 9th November, 2009 at 2:16 am  

    Fojee

    I concur.

    I wouldn't mind so much if Sunny et al even made a case for their open-border, pro mass immigration, unrestrained multiculturalism, demographic social engineering stance.

    All they do is snipe at those that oppose them with the usual ‘racists!’ accusations.

    Their attitude is “this is what we want and if you oppose it then were going to accuse you of being racists and BNP supporters!”

    It is so pathetic that it’s laughable.

    Thank god that the left are in freefall, both is support and credibility.

    Their unwarranted elitism and arrogance is nauseating.

  6. douglas clark — on 9th November, 2009 at 2:23 am  

    Which of the five commentators that Sunny lists most accurately summarises your opinion?

  7. Fojee Punjabi — on 9th November, 2009 at 2:40 am  

    Reza:

    I couldn't agree more, buddy.

    Now I have nothing to say.

    Thanks very fookin' much!

  8. marvin — on 9th November, 2009 at 3:10 am  

    Sunny,

    You see the comment “get back to your country” and think it applies to you. Would it help if it were brown people saying it?

    Whereas, incredibly, sometimes it can mean people who are trying to slaughter people on our streets or, incredibly, vicious criminals!

    But such comments *automatically* produce a raaaaaaciiiiisssssstt response.

    Seriously, can you explain, what specifically you find so scary/offensive? I genuinely want to know, because these comments appear to be specifically against the kind of people who literally want to kill non-believers.

    Comments about being 'tired of immigration' resonate with 80% of the population, including immigrants themselves. New Labour immigration has been unprecedented. They 'expected' 55,000 Poles, got more than 12 times that!

    These people do not seem educated. It seems to me you're automatically ascribing National Front attitudes to any prole who says why should anybody who comes here refuge be allowed to stay if they think non-believers are 'cattle' and should be killed?

    Why are the liberal-left so utterly incapable of understanding people who aren't pro-multi-multiculturalism? Why do they automatically ascribe the worst of the worst mentality? Aren't they often the one's who seem the most prejudiced — against the lesser educated white person? Vicious circle I'd say.

    The lesser educated whites are infuriated by the liberal-left's repulsive tar brushing of all working class whites as racists, in turn they express how much they hate people who hate them. Shock, horror.

  9. marvin — on 9th November, 2009 at 3:41 am  

    Lord Alex Frazer all you inbread illegal n legal filth fuck off to ur own countries n blow each other up then we can blow y all up y dirty bastards!!!!

    You choose, automatically, for this to mean, all brown people are filthy, dirty bastards and should fuck off to one's own country.

    In some semblance of context however, it means the evils of Islamification, and 'filth' means terrorists and others who have such horrendous attitudes to human lives. The commenter even specifically mentions people who blow other people up. He/She is justifiably angry at a nasty, vicious and alien mindset that seeks to destroy all in opposition.

  10. General Stoars — on 9th November, 2009 at 3:46 am  

    I'm sure none of those comments noted by Sunny could have been made by persons unknown with the intent to bring disrepute upon the group? Just wonderin'.

  11. generalstoars — on 9th November, 2009 at 3:46 am  

    I'm sure none of those comments noted by Sunny could have been made by persons unknown with the intent to bring disrepute upon the group? Just wonderin'.

  12. douglas clark — on 9th November, 2009 at 4:03 am  

    marvin,

    Your defence of Lord Alex Frazer is touching, or touched, I'm not sure which. I'd have thought your case fell apart on the aforesaid LAFs use of the word 'all'.

    And his case seems a tad more generalised than just brown folk, wouldn't you say?

    He/she has a particularily nasty, vicious and alien mindset that seeks to destroy all in opposition too, wouldn't you say? Means and ends my friend.

  13. Fojee Punjabi — on 9th November, 2009 at 4:34 am  

    It's all over, Hundal. Move on, son- I'm the new voice of the progressive British Asian diaspora thank you very much.

    No longer will we have to suffer your uncultivated, self-involved ramblings.

    Oh, and… HAR HAAAR! :D

  14. Reza — on 9th November, 2009 at 4:57 am  

    Fojee

    “It's all over, Hundal. Move on, son- I'm the new voice of the progressive British Asian diaspora thank you very much.

    No longer will we have to suffer your uncultivated, self-involved ramblings.”

    Oh no Fojee!

    Are you also a white BNP stooge pretending to be a member of the 'ethnic' minorities?

    I was quite enjoying having that monopoly here.

    Clear off!

  15. marvin — on 9th November, 2009 at 5:25 am  

    I'd have thought your case fell apart on the aforesaid LAFs use of the word 'all'.

    'All' is succeeded by 'filth'. So all filth, whom the commenter appears to clarify as terrorists.

    It's down to interpretation, and liberal-lefties interpret this to be the worst of the worst attitudes when it's coming from the lumpen proles, instead of giving benefit of the doubt.

    It's mirror image of when right wingers interpret Muslim words and attitudes to be the most heinous. And liberal lefties give benefit of the doubt! When a Muslim political editor of a prominent magazine talks of 'kaffir' and 'unthinking cattle', it's all got to be seen in context.

    When person from a less educated white background talks of filth, blowing people up, he obviously means all non-whites should be deported…

  16. Binkstein — on 9th November, 2009 at 5:44 am  

    Oh dear!

    Did anyone ever tell you that the British bulldog was a pretty beast?

    Annoy enough ordinary Brits by filling the country with the refise of the
    Third World and the nasty beast in them comes out.

    Somewhat off-topic [but not much] some readers will enjoy this:

    http://frontpagemag.com/2009/11/09/why-he-shout

  17. Binkstein — on 9th November, 2009 at 5:57 am  

    The long-overdue reaction to mass Third World immigration, regrettably ugly and unpleasant, is to be seen in Britain as well as in France – although it's probably too late for La Belle France, alas – and Holland, Sweden, Denmark and – in a particularly crude form – in Russia:

    http://www.amren.com/mtnews/archives/2009/11/ru

    Do look at this and scroll down to see the female drum band of DPNI* in their exquisite Ruritanian uniforms.

    * No point translating this; the text makes it clear enough. It is NOT an acronym for Double Penetration Northern Ireland.

  18. billy — on 9th November, 2009 at 6:20 am  

    Binkstein is a straight up neo-nazi who belongs on Stormfront, bet you guys are glad to have his support!

  19. Reza — on 9th November, 2009 at 7:03 am  

    Do you have any evidence for this?

    Or is it simply because you disagree with him.

    In 2007, The Economist declared that “a good rule in most discussions is that the first person to call the other a Nazi automatically loses the argument.”

    Good rule.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Godwin%27s_law

  20. cleggy — on 9th November, 2009 at 7:25 am  

    The thing that worries me most about these groups, are that despite them being continually reported to Facebook, they are allowed to stay. Surely Facebook dont approve of these thoughts?

  21. David O'Keefe — on 9th November, 2009 at 8:14 am  

    I am in agreement, because I would be a turkey if I voted BNP. However if they put me in the executive cattle truck before killing me, I will reconsider.

  22. Keith — on 9th November, 2009 at 8:15 am  

    So somebody joins a facebook group rants and raves says they are BNP and thats all it takes for you to assume they represent all the voters, after what Gordon has got us in to why even bother to vote?, i think Griffin or Guido Fawkes anybody with a presence could have Got a march organised to remove these dangerous criminal traitors to force an election and a vote on lisbon well before the ratification process was complete, i offered to sell everything i have in this world to held fund a march and none of these supposed fascists or independant whingers and moaners wanted to know, i think you will find that it is to late now.

  23. Sunny H — on 9th November, 2009 at 8:30 am  

    Marvin and Reza are hilarious. Please keep carrying on excusing that racism – it only makes you lot looks like complete idiots.

    intellectual Nazis who condemn those who they fully know well are less educated than them and who mock their concerns

    I know its harsh being mocked all the time for being an idiot Fojee, but you have to learn how to take the abuse. Otherwise don't comment on blogs hey?

  24. Gareth — on 9th November, 2009 at 8:33 am  

    I got confused by the new comments thing and hit 'like' by mistake

    Anyway, Marvin, are there such things as 'legal terrorists'?

    “all you inbread illegal n legal [terrorists] fuck off to ur own countries”

    or

    “all you inbread illegal n legal [immigrants] fuck off to ur own countries”

  25. Keith — on 9th November, 2009 at 9:15 am  

    Muslim demographics v reality

    research ok, i was Born in Birmingham in 1955 and have lived there all my life, Nu labour said a couple of years ago that in eight years time i would be in a minority, how they could make such a claim is beyond me, a year later they said they wanted another hundred thousand from some other war torn country, you will have to research my statement yourself or drop me a message and i will give you the guided tour of were i have lived since the day i was born here.

    I was a private hire driver working the rougher areas of Birmingham for twenty years working with and for Muslims, funny thing is i never seen any atheists or christians or even any white private hire drivers just little old me, i can take you to all the offices i worked from and some of the guys will obviously remember me ,i did stand out in the crowd as the only red haired blue eyed white poor example of a christian.

    i honestly believe i am in a minority group now but people like Shirley Brown will not represent me out of the many hundreds of groups set up to look after minoritys can you name one that sees to my interests?, I am well read on islam and used to enjoy a good chat with my work mates, but the UN are pushing for Blaspemy laws, i believe ireland has them already and so that would go against me as well, you are welcome to stop at my home for a few days so that you can verify i am not a nasty nazi racist and then maybe you could think about making another film for ytube.

  26. Reza — on 9th November, 2009 at 9:40 am  

    For the sake of good order I should point out that I didn't excuse the racism in the slightest.

    But keep on accusing people who disagree with you. You simply vindicate what I wrote earlier:-

    “All they do is snipe at those that oppose them with the usual ‘racists!’ accusations.”

    Today we have the head of the Equality and Human Right Commission, Trevor Phillips asking the government to reject its support for multiculturalism, claiming it is out of date, and legitimises “separateness” between communities and instead we should “assert a core of Britishness”.

    We have Phil Woolas the Immigration Minister saying “It's been too easy to get into this country in the past and it's going to get harder…” and “If you're here legally you should have access to the NHS. If you are here illegally, … you shouldn't…” and “… there are higher proportions of physical disability amongst the children of first-cousin marriages.”

    I won’t depress you even more by quoting Frank Field.

    I must admit that it’s heartwarming hearing all these recovering leftie multiculturalists coming over to the viewpoint I reached 15 years ago.

    But I sympathize with how it must hurt you Sunny. The betrayal. Watching support for your failed ideology slip away even among your former leftie allies. And all the time the left are in freefall. In influence. In credibility. In the polls.

    Got to give it to you though. You're uncompromising with your 1970s multi-culti leftism. A true dinosaur. But methinks that soon even the mainsteam left will disown you as an embarrassment.

    So what do you have left now you’ve lost the argument?

    That’s right. “Racist!” “Nazi!” “Fascist”.

    I won’t hold it against you to take whatever comfort you can in that last refuge of someone who recognizes that they are in the twilight of their relevance.

    Your time has come. You are

  27. Reza — on 9th November, 2009 at 9:42 am  

    For the sake of good order I should point out that I didn't excuse the racism in the slightest.

    But keep on accusing people who disagree with you. You simply vindicate what I wrote earlier:-

    “All they do is snipe at those that oppose them with the usual ‘racists!’ accusations.”

    Today we have the head of the Equality and Human Right Commission, Trevor Phillips asking the government to reject its support for multiculturalism, claiming it is out of date, and legitimises “separateness” between communities and instead we should “assert a core of Britishness”.

    We have Phil Woolas the Immigration Minister saying “It's been too easy to get into this country in the past and it's going to get harder…” and “If you're here legally you should have access to the NHS. If you are here illegally, … you shouldn't…” and “… there are higher proportions of physical disability amongst the children of first-cousin marriages.”

    I won’t depress you even more by quoting Frank Field.

    I must admit that it’s heartwarming hearing all these recovering leftie multiculturalists coming over to the viewpoint I reached 15 years ago.

    But I sympathize with how it must hurt you Sunny. The betrayal. Watching support for your failed ideology slip away even among your former leftie allies. And all the time the left are in freefall. In influence. In credibility. In the polls.

    Got to give it to you though. You're uncompromising with your 1970s multi-culti leftism. A true dinosaur. But methinks that soon even the mainsteam left will disown you as an embarrassment.

    So what do you have left now you’ve lost the argument?

    That’s right. “Racist!” “Nazi!” “Fascist”.

    I won’t hold it against you to take whatever comfort you can in that last refuge of someone who recognizes that they are in the twilight of their relevance.

  28. Reza — on 9th November, 2009 at 9:56 am  

    Keith

    I feel very sorry for you.

    Be patient. Your voice is starting to be heard. But please remember, the BNP are not the answer.

    Leaving aside their bigotry and loony-left economic policies, their extremism will only create a defensive backlash that will put more power in the hands of the “no-borders”, mass-immigration-supporting multiculturalists.

    Those hateful people that imposed all this on you without your consent.

    Look at UKIP or even the English Nationalists. Or lobby your local Tory candidate to take a tougher line on immigration.

    You won't be ignored much longer.

    I came here from Iran as a child. I know many people like me who sympathize with you.

    Remember that all 'ethnic' background people here are not nepotistic, whitey-hating colonizers.

  29. Sunny H — on 9th November, 2009 at 10:01 am  

    For the sake of good order I should point out that I didn't excuse the racism in the slightest.</i

    Yes, of course not. You're an Iranian immigrant right? How could you be for racism?

    Incidentally – those comments are old and boring. I'd stop wanking over your keyboard if I was you.

  30. Jai — on 9th November, 2009 at 10:34 am  

    I came here from Iran as a child.

    “Reza” has previously claimed repeatedly that he came here from Iran 20 years ago; he has also stated that he was at university in 1982. Which means that, according to that version of his story, he was in his mid/late-twenties when he came here and was therefore certainly not a “child” at the time.

  31. Reza — on 9th November, 2009 at 10:42 am  

    “…”Reza” has previously claimed repeatedly that he came here from Iran 20 years ago…”

    I came here in 1973.

    That's the last time I'm going to bother myself with you.

    Cherah in karah mikoni? Khodet mariz mikhoni, jahnam. Man fehk mikonam toh divoonehi.

  32. Keith — on 9th November, 2009 at 10:44 am  

    Raza, believe it or not my vote will have nothing at all to do with how Birmingham has changed, i knew what was coming when i was fifteen years of age and so never had children of my own because i would be unable to protect them from the world, I have stood beside muslims when some drug crazed idiots are trying to beat up one of the drivers, i would rather give islam the tax than these Marxist criminal corrupt bunch of self serving traitoirs, i can trace my line back hundreds of years and every single one of them fought in some war, all i wanted was the vote that they promised me, the tories and lib/dems have been in on this and cameron has lied to me.

    Its a good job i am not like them because i could have converted to islam and i can assure you i would have been one of the most powerful men in this country in next to no time, but you will have to take my word on that.

  33. Reza — on 9th November, 2009 at 11:07 am  

    “…believe it or not my vote will have nothing at all to do with how Birmingham has changed…”

    Perhaps not, but you can help prevent other Birminhams from occurring in the future.

    Open a newspaper, turn on the TV and the radio, and see how much things have changed. People say things today that were unthinkable ten years ago. The vast majority here have had a bellyful of multiculturalism, mass immigration and Islamification and finally they no longer feel intimidated to admit it.

    In the Netherlands, a country that embraced unrestrained multiculturalism even more enthusiastically than Britain, the biggest single party is anti-multiculturalism, anti immigration and anti-Islam. If there was an election there today, the leader of that party could very well be the Prime Minister.

    It’s happening throughout Europe. It WILL happen here.

    Think of multiculturalism like a huge rusting oil tanker. Switch the engines off and it will float forward for days before coming to a stop. That’s where we are. Multiculturalism still seems to still be moving ahead, but there’s no power behind it. (Except for the dying gasps of hot air from the type of lefties you come across here.)

    It’s coming to an end. Don’t give up hope. YOU represent the majority, not the fuckwit multicuturalists. :-)

  34. Jai — on 9th November, 2009 at 11:07 am  

    I came here in 1973.

    One example (out of numerous others) of a quote by “Reza” about the matter:

    http://www.pickledpolitics.com/archives/5857#co

    “I’ve lived in London for 20 years. I came here from a Muslim background and an Islamic country.”

    Cherah in karah mikoni? Khodet mariz mikhoni, jahnam. Man fehk mikonam toh divoonehi.

    “Reza” has also claimed that he believes “it's very rude for foreigners who live here to to speak their own language” — see http://www.pickledpolitics.com/archives/6037#co… — along with the claim that his father drilled into him that it is bad manners to speak a foreign language in the presence of other people who will not understand you (“like the middle of an online debate”): http://www.pickledpolitics.com/archives/6431#co

  35. Reza — on 9th November, 2009 at 11:19 am  

    I moved to London 20 years ago from the North of England, and after I left university you moron!

    But you're right, it was rude of me to write Farsi. I'll translate for you.

    “Why are you doing this to yourself? You'll make yourself ill. I think you're unhinged.”

  36. Philip Hunt — on 9th November, 2009 at 11:53 am  

    If someone was born and brought up in Britain they were entitled to 11 years of free reasonably-high-quality education. If they didn't avail themselves of that opportunity, they were lazy idle bastards. Writing correctly is a basic skill and anyone without a serious neurological problem can pick it up. It isn't fucking rocket science, it's just basic courtesy to one's readers.

    And frankly when someone says “If they are living here, then at least respect the culture and speak the language”, they are inviting derision if they then make a grammatical mistake in the same sentence. Don't these people respect the written language?

    Having said that, if there was a facebook group “Don't want a Muslim Britain, and don't like the BNP either”, I'd probably join it.

  37. keith — on 9th November, 2009 at 1:17 pm  

    They all spoke english when i was in there company, its not there fault that the three main partys let them all in, i am sure if i was in there position and some goverment say australia wanted to give me a Job a home and instant benefits i would leave now to get away from the EU……… Pravda newspaper.

    http://www.brusselsjournal.com/node/4157

  38. Ian Rush — on 9th November, 2009 at 2:01 pm  

    It reads like Harry's Place.

  39. persephone punjabi — on 9th November, 2009 at 2:33 pm  

    See what a difference it makes to add the word punjabi after my name. It validates my ethnicity. It gives me credibility as The New Voice of the British Asian Diaspora.

    Why is it that the far right always use the word 'uncultivated' to describe someone who is a progressive british asian from the diaspora?

    I wonder if Fogee's father was also in the Army

  40. Sunny H — on 9th November, 2009 at 2:54 pm  

    Open a newspaper, turn on the TV and the radio, and see how much things have changed. People say things today that were unthinkable ten years ago.

    I know, all these pretend Iranian immigrants coming here and studying at our universities.

    Oh wait. I almost believed him.

  41. Fojee Punjabi — on 10th November, 2009 at 3:55 am  

    Yes my heritage is steeped in militiamen.

    And what of it?

    Stop straw maning, Simpleton.

  42. marvin — on 10th November, 2009 at 6:34 am  

    Sunny, is calling a terrorist, filth, racism? If not then were do support/apologise for racism?

    I point out that there's more than one view point. You apologise for Mehdi Hasan referring to kaffir and unthinking cattle. But that's in a certain context right? Yet the only context for fitlh = speaker must be a nazi.

    Talk about prejudice.

  43. persephone — on 10th November, 2009 at 1:23 pm  

    Its you Lee John Barnes with the LLB.

    Yes I guessed from the comments, insults and the bad spelling.

    Why hide under a handle? Its not as it we 'outed' you for being a fake lawyer… actually we did.. and you probably thought that was straw manning too.

    And now another 'outing' of sorts for you. You make it too simple. Can't you think of something more challenging?

    Plus the double act of an Iranian and a Punjabi suddenly appearing with a certain & similar stance is a weak & transparent gambit. Is this site becoming so uncomfortable for you & your BNP chums that you have to resort to such fakery?

  44. camilla — on 11th November, 2009 at 3:14 am  

    tolerant society for what? tolerant towards what? for people who march and shout “europe is the cancer, islam is the answer”? for any crazy religion believers free to do what they please?

    fuck that, I guess. Why are you Sunny blaming people for non-voting for that?

    recenr events in USA had clearly shown that there is no so-called moderate muslims

  45. camilla — on 11th November, 2009 at 3:17 am  

    Oh, I and about to join this group, though Im'not from UK…

    and “loony” is the perfect word to describe the lefties in any country, I guess

  46. Fojee Punjabi — on 16th November, 2009 at 2:14 am  

    marvin:

    Oh shame you were stumped by a 21 year old.

    How embarrassing.

    persephone:

    You dumb f@ck. Sunny Hundal knows I'm not a fake but he's loathe to admit it because if he does acknowledge the legitimacy of my identity then he's lost his whole raison d'etre.

    You just feel threatened because you're less intelligent than I so HAR HAAAR! :D

    camilla:

    I wholeheartedly agree with your sentiments but be careful: these people will try to discredit you because you don't agree with them.

    Thing is, love, they don't realise that I run in higher circles than them so they're the ones who best watch what they say to me because Ze Man is on MY side- not theirs- so take heed you bunch of dumb f@ckers and watch how you speak to me lest you suddenly find yourself out of a job.

    Capisce?

    There's a good boy.

    You can have a cookie later if you behave yourselves, boys…

  47. persephone — on 16th November, 2009 at 3:34 am  

    Would you confirm that you are not Lee John Barnes? Thats all, I am not asking for you to reveal your true identity but just confirm who you are not.

  48. douglas clark — on 16th November, 2009 at 3:50 am  

    Fojee Punjabi,

    What a strange person you are!

    Thing is, love, they don't realise that I run in higher circles than them so they're the ones who best watch what they say to me because Ze Man is on MY side- not theirs- so take heed you bunch of dumb f@ckers and watch how you speak to me lest you suddenly find yourself out of a job.

    Higher circles? Perhaps you could explain. All it brings to mind, so far, is you running around on the top of a mountain.

    And who might this 'Ze Man' be, exactly? Sounds a bit comic book to me.

  49. Fojee Punjabi — on 19th November, 2009 at 3:46 am  

    persephone:

    I'm a 21 year old Punjabi guy.

    There's not much else to tell you really.

    I enjoy wine, women and, well, that's about it.

    douglas:

    I mean to say that I am very influential.

    Can't a guy get his 15 minutes of fame anymore?

  50. persephone — on 19th November, 2009 at 4:11 am  

    As I said in my last request I do not want details about your identity (or IQ..) but for you to specifically confirm that you are not Lee John Barnes from the BNP.

  51. Fojee Punjabi — on 19th November, 2009 at 11:41 am  

    persephone:

    No.

    Happy?

    Jesus.

    You guys are talk about the BNP so much I wonder if you're not just jealous that they actually have the balls to talk about what they feel rather than skirting the issues they're concerned with which is seemingly what most on the blogosphere do!

  52. persephone — on 19th November, 2009 at 4:27 pm  

    Thanks

    Don't worry your 168 IQ head about it.

  53. Reza — on 20th November, 2009 at 1:07 am  

    What is it with you people and paranoia?

    Have you had 'impostors' on this site before?

    Genuine question.

  54. Ravi Naik — on 20th November, 2009 at 2:21 am  

    Reza's next rant…

    “Here is a serious question… how many football cheats has multiculturalism unleashed upon us? Sunny is to blame for all of this with his left-wing propaganda, which is so permissive to non-indigenous cheaters. And mind you, I am not against non-white footballers. My crusade is against multiracial teams representing indigenous people. As a (pretend) Iranian, I want to live in a country where my (pretend) mixed children are barred from representing my adopted country, because it would not be fair to the indigenous. You are jealous and you want to destroy this indigenous sport with multiculturalism because non-whites coming from shithole countries have absolutely no achievements when it comes to football. You want to get even for all the sins of 1966.”

  55. Huw Griffiths — on 6th December, 2009 at 9:54 pm  

    What ? I have NEVER heard any mention of colour, 'brown' or tints or freakin dyes. The issue is not the hue. There, that's that out of the way. . The Common-as-muck Leftist-nazis always scream these:- “racist !” “Intolerant !” “Prejudiced !” ” Discriminatory !” as they back up alien elements imported from the 3rd world. And I'm not talking about imported Intellectuals, I'm on about the import of illiterate, TB ridden “Fruit & Veg' vendors that are now ubiquitous in Britain. Added that these immigrants get far far more priveleges than my struggling 87 yr old mother ever had. Hers isn't a rent-free house, free colour TV & licences or other 'head-of-the-queue' priveleges granted immigrants. Islam isn't working in Europe let alone Britain and the kid gloves treatment of Islamofascists therein. Yes, I wany MY country back..it's mine first and foremost.

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