Friday, May 26, 2006

General Chat no 1

I see George Galloway was at it again yesterday, saying a assassination on Tony Blair would be morally justified. This man is a disgrace and should be locked up. feel free to comment on this or anything else you like.

24 Comments:

Blogger King Arthur said...

Galloway is a bitter man using the political system to get back at the people and establishment he is bitter about, dangerous motives.

There is a lesson though, politics is a "game of life". Learn the rules inside out if you want to play.

Philip B, The BNP are trying to move from the "fringe" into politics, this won't happen until the BNP and its leaders (especially Nick G) learn the game further. Anyone who watched the interviews on TV etc during the local elections objectively must surley see how unprepared the front men were.

The BNP must move from the "working mens club" mentality and engage the country and the media on THEIR terms in order to move forward.

Look at Sinn Fein, even NuLabour.

8:53 am  
Blogger shieldwall said...

George f*****g Galloway is the most detestable,smarmy,muslim appeasing,ethnic pandering,self important,cigar smoking,commie bastard that has ever lived in Britain,he is definitely a modern day Lord Haw Haw.I hope one day Islam bites him in the arse,it would certainly make my day.

8:53 am  
Blogger wdgglgleuug4y9 said...

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8:59 am  
Blogger Jane said...

blueboy...

To change the time to GMT go to blogger dashboard and click "settings", "formatting" then scroll down to "Time Zone", on the list click Etc/Greenwich and this should solve the problem.

For the very first time I actually agree with Galloway, B.Liar should end up like Moussolini, not that Galloway's any better. I hate B.Liar more than George, but only because GG is not, and never will be, in a position to cause any real damage. I hate Livingstone as well, and Prescott, and Clarke, in fact I hate them all. They're all brain-dead, self-righteous commie slime, IMO.

9:55 am  
Blogger Philip Bryant said...

PS: JANE (above) is actually me. I went to my ex's blog to find out how to change time zones for blueboy.

10:06 am  
Blogger white rose said...

Phil..You swine ... roflmao..
I was just about to post Jane and say.. SPOT ON!!!

11:12 am  
Blogger white rose said...

Is anyone out there interested in either giving or receiving stuff ..
www.freecycle.org is an international sort of movement, trying to keep seviceable but unwanted items out of the landfill sites.. Yahoo groups based. Anyone can start a group in their town for people to post their unwanted items.. many ask ask for stuff as well. There's absolutely anything and everything advertised. Can't ask for money though.

The main site lists the countries and in turn they list counties and towns who already have groups.
I think it's a really good idea, and it's a growing community, I've given unwanted computer and other household stuff away.

11:32 am  
Blogger blueboy said...

Thanks Philip. I'm just posting this to see if the time is fixed. Please try and come back and look at the site this weekend, i post at the weekend as well as every day, so as i have something to read every time i log on, it helps to pass the time.

12:06 pm  
Blogger Philip Bryant said...

Hi rose

Finally downlaoded your pics....my, you have got a lovely pair...(i was talking about the horses rose, you have got a dirty mind (-;)

I'm gonna be out most of the day but i'll check out the freecycle site. I haven't got anything to give but if anyone's got computer they don't want I'll have it, it's gotta be better than this bloody thing.

Blueboy, my bruv's getting me some wacky-bakky tonight, so If I start posting about aliens in the Whitehouse you'll know why (-;

12:57 pm  
Blogger Zeke said...

Hey far out man Mr bryant, nuthin like skinnin up an blastin some bad ass weed.
Like cool dude man.

2:29 pm  
Blogger wdgglgleuug4y9 said...

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4:17 pm  
Blogger spiv said...

Well said Scotland, I've tears in my eyes from laughing.

4:30 pm  
Blogger Philip Bryant said...

Zeke...

I'm one of those people who never knocks anything they haven't tried, I can't knock crack, Iv'e never tried it but i've seen people who have and they generally end up a sorry state. I don't do drugs as a rule but I've had a few smokes in my time and find it very effective at ensuring a good nights sleep. I agree with scotty about the lingo, it makes what your'e saying very funny but difficult to understand at times. I'm from London but I don't put 'guvnor' or 'me old mucker' at the end of every sentence.

Spiv, I've been following you and Arthur over on Nick's blog. We can argue ad infinatum about how and why the Twins collapsed as they did as nothing like 9/11 has happened before. Building 7 is what bothers me. We know that it was "pulled", Silverstein has admitted it on TV. Question is WHY? And is it just a coincidence the Silverstein bought all 7 WTC buildings just months before 9/11, and gains finacially to the tune of 3.5 billion $ in insurance. PS. It seems I was wrong about Atta's passport surviving the impact although it makes no difference, no-ones passport should have survived, at least not in near pristene condition.

5:24 pm  
Blogger spiv said...

Philip, I understand that the passport belonged to 'Satam Al Suqami', not Atta, but it does not matter, your arguments are valid - whoever it belonged to. The fire was purported to be hot enough to melt steel and cause the (freefall) collapse of the twin towers, but for some very strange reason was not hot enough to burn a paper passport. Eh, please explain to a simpleton such as myself??

Just like the fire at the pentagon was hot enough to cause steel and concrete floors to collapse, yet a plastic computer monitor adjacent to the collapse was unharmed, as was a book!

Don't take my word for it, see the photos for yourself at:
http://thepowerhour.com/911_analysis/
report.htm

Sorry to crack on about this, but are people asking themselves questions yet? I am quite prepared to be convinced that these theories are wrong, except for one thing. I cast my mind around to those who just accept things as they are, yet I find the arguments just not convincing enough to change my mind and say "I'm sorry, I was wrong".

It seems to me that the more the dots are joined in my arguments, the more it all makes sense. Please someone, prove me wrong, and let me humiliate myself and say "sorry, silly me".

7:47 pm  
Blogger Philip Bryant said...

Spiv, I don't wanna bore you with pyramid's but I've learned a thing or two about the art of deception during the past 15 years. If you've been to my blogs you will see that my basic theory is that the Great Pyramid has a secret chamber, the entrance to which is the Step in the Grand gallery. Anyone who has studied the pyramid would agree that the Step is the only location that could possibly be concealing a hidden entrance, therefor they assume that it is'nt....because it's too obviuos. Fans of Sherlock Holmes will be farmiliar with the following:

"If you ever wish to hide something, hide it in the most obvious place, no-one will ever think of looking for it there."

What is the most obvious clue pointing toward a conpsriracy on 911? What is the "Step", the glaringly obvious? May I suggest the absence of any defensive measures to meet the obvious threat of possible terrorsit attack in the form of four rogue aircraft behaving very strangely indeed? Who could ensure NORAD would not respond to the threat and be certain of getting away with it? Bush, that's who! He is using the same deception technique used by the builders of the Great Pyramid, where the Step can't be an entrance, it's too obvious. But that's how effective the technique is. In 4500 years no-one has suggested the Step is an entrance, they haven't look close enough at the evidence.

Unfortunatly, enquiring minds like ours, which are not easily fooled, are in a minority...that's why the techique will almost certainly work! In the absence of a smoking gun, the majority will continue believe the lie.

9:45 pm  
Blogger mikeemike said...

I am awaiting my membership to come thro', will be attending my first meeting next week -- cant wait!! I e mailed the BNP saying I had a few concerns about joining -- would it be possible to meet someone to discuss? Same day I had email back from Sadie Graham and she met me a few nights later (out of hours, so to speak) and answered all my queries. How good was that?
Anyway....a question:
The multi culti experiment has been going on now for years. Why doesn't anyone who is pro multi ever say 'look at such and such a place, how successful it is, and thats what it should be like everywhere' Does this place exist? Has anyone ever asked them to name a place?
This came to mind during this weeks anniversary of Bradford riots. One would assume the pro multis would have used everything in their power over the last five years to make Bradford work but it is as divided as ever, if not worse.

10:50 pm  
Blogger mikeemike said...

Oh btw.........Hello blueboy and bloggers.
Obviously followed Nick Griffins to find you... I have been fascinated by all the chat especially the conspiracy theories.

10:57 pm  
Blogger King Arthur said...

Mikeemike, what concerns did you have?

11:11 pm  
Blogger Philip Bryant said...

Mikeemike...

The same deception technique I mentioned above in relation to 9/11 is being used by the multi-cultists to demonize the BNP as one of the greatest obstacles in the way of a successful multi-cultural society, which, in my opinion can never work. It is obvious the BNP are right,but the majority fail to see it.The more enquiring minds like ours know that but we are in the minority and will remain the minority because mass immigration is designed to ensure that we do.

I think the situation is far more serious than many people, even many BNPers, realize.

11:32 pm  
Blogger spiv said...

Philip states "May I suggest the absence of any defensive measures to meet the obvious threat of possible terrorist attack in the form of four rogue aircraft behaving very strangely indeed? Who could ensure NORAD would not respond to the threat and be certain of getting away with it?" Very good point - tell me, would a Russian (or any other unidentified) aircraft have been simply allowed to fly its way over North America for 1 1/2 hours, and no-one knew of its location? I find that incredulous.

As I understand the situation, Bush, on the morning of the attacks, was in a school reading childrens' books, we all saw him on TV, sitting there for an awfully long time while 'commercial' airliners were flying into buildings (and that is strange it itself, because if America were truly under attack, would not the secret service have whisked him away 'quicker than lightning'). So who was, that very morning, in charge of NORAD? None other than Dick Cheney - 'nuff said??

And in response to Mikemike's comments, you raise a very good point, and one would assume the answer is that the PC powers that be are unable to point to any particular area, certainly I do not know of one, do you?

Most people in this country are fed propaganda from their TV and newspapers, and it simply goes into their minds without question.

8:49 am  
Blogger mikeemike said...

Philip bryant, spiv, King Arthur
Thanks for your comments guys
King arthur: I was one of many who thought the BNP were britains version of ku klux klan, naive I know , but thats how it was. Then I received a copy of Freedom. And when I looked at 'What we stand for' I was ticking most of the boxes thinking 'Yeah thats good'. However, at work I told my staff to be wary of what lies beneath the veneer. However it niggled away at me until about 2 weeks before the local elections I looked up the BNP website and came to the conclusion that this is where I should be. I sent my email and was chuffed to bits when Sadie Graham took time out to meet me, would you get that with any other party? My concerns? I am not a white supremecist, so she allayed my fears on that one. I don't want to waste my time and money on purely a propoganda machine with no hope of gaining any power. And also I wanted to know what, if any, trouble I might expect if I became active. Although my family are right behind me I didn't want to cause them trouble or embarrassment. Cowardly maybe, but my thinking was if its going to cause too much trouble, then there will be things I can do to help behind the scenes so to speak.
Thats pretty much it.........so I've joined. First meeting next week, and hopefully a councillors weekend course in the summer.

9:58 am  
Blogger mikeemike said...

What worried me most about the Bradford item on the bbc was the children. Two schools close together, one 100% muslim the other 100% 'working class white. To help with integration regular visits are arranged from one school to another - but not between these two schools!! The muslim children are taken to a 'middle class ' school a few miles away! and I quote 'because the white working class wouldn't accept it' - how unusually biased of the bbc.
That bloke Ted Cantel ( who described my area as unhealthily white) says integration will take a generation - he obviously didn't see the muslim kids when they were asked what nationality they thought they were, and the majority said Pakistani.

With regard to my original post - no I can't think of any successful multi racial communities. And philip, I think you're right about the danger we are facing. I copied the Sweden blog (was it RAB) and thought this is us a few years down the line. And then it will get worse.

10:12 am  
Blogger shieldwall said...

Mikeemike,congratulations mate,do not worry about anything,i have been a member for nearly three years,i have never had any problems,every jacket i wear has a BNP badge on them,i have never had a disparaging remark made to me,in fact the comments have always been good.The population are waking up to the fact that we stand for common sense,so well done,and spread the word!.ALL THE BEST.

10:34 am  
Blogger spiv said...

Mikemike says "I was one of many who thought the BNP were Britain's version of ku klux klan, naive I know , but thats how it was"

We've all been there mate, bit of a shock, isn't it? When you start to realise that BNPer's are ordinary folks, and looking at some of the blogger profiles here we have business owners, military, accountants (me), those who can't work, oh... just ordinary folks trying to go about their ordinary lives. Not quite as the Sun describes us.

10:39 am  

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