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  • Sparta
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Blasphemy law in the United Kingdom
Lauren Southern permanently  banned   after she distribute unusual flyer
i thought there is no blasphemy law in UK
so why she got banned?




  • jax
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Re: Blasphemy law in the United Kingdom
Reply #1
For being a foreign troublemaker.

  • Barulheira
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Troublemakers
Reply #2
Enough local troublemakers?  :right:

  • ersi
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Re: Blasphemy law in the United Kingdom
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The ban is for racism. Blasphemy is Southern's own spin on the events.

  • rjhowie
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Re: Blasphemy law in the United Kingdom
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The ban is for racism, eh? You can be any race and a Muslim!

I have no time for people who preach hate and s on but Islam is getting special treatment here in the UK. If evangelical Christians produce an anti-homosexual stance all hell breaks loose whilst Islam which is very strongly anti-queer is oak? Have never heard of that woman and the idea of opinions is being ridiculed.  Personally I have little interest or indeed time for islam and my country suffers because of them as a religion. Every few weeks yet another Muslim will get arrested for things being planned and so on. The other religions are not a problem as that one is. Some time ago nearby 50,000 people who objected to a BBC tv programme that ridiculed Christianity were ignored and brushed aside but when Islam raises it's head that is different.

In democracy people have rights and a right of opinion and there will be the occasional nutter or daft stuff but Islam is getting preferred treatment. Everywhere they flood in they bring violence and a growing radicalism especially amongst the young. So in principle I am content for those I disagree with to have rights but we are now bending over backwards for one faith that has invaded Europe and GB and look at it's damn practices.

About five or so years ago Muslims set up a table outside the area facing the steps into the famous St Paul's cathedral in London at Christmas. They had leaflets and were trying to push people towards Islam. Now if someone tries that outside a Mosque all hell would break loose.
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  • ersi
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Re: Blasphemy law in the United Kingdom
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Racism is the spin that UK authorities put on it. That's also a stupid spin, but it was a way to keep the troublemaker with her stupid experiments away.

  • rjhowie
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Re: Blasphemy law in the United Kingdom
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Unfortunately that is a right stance regarding racism here in Gt Britain and has become a groaning nonsense. The modern idio of liberal democracy is nothing of the sort. My late father could tell me before WW2 that there could be public meetings in halls including the Communists and the far opposite in the British Union of Fascists. Sometimes frictional but regarded as part of the general view of parties having basic rights Both f them were not that big nor got very far but still they had rights. These days the idea of the word 'democracy has changed and those that do not fit into the routine mainstream are hounded as if space invaders.

At the last General Election there was a Communist candidate in my constituency and I knew she would not get very far  and indeed only pulled a tiny handful. The thing that struck me was I heard her car coming down my avenue  with loud speakers on. It was only when I looked out my upstairs window I discovered it was her. Thing that got me was on both sides sticking out at angles was the red flag with the hammer and sickle  on it. When one considers the dictatorships under that damn flag and the millions murdered by the Reds I found it despicable. Yet if some other tiny far right group had driven about that would be hounded?? So it is okay to be extreme left with their horrible tradition?! Neither are my interest but the word democracy has been hi-jacked in more general terms.
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  • OakdaleFTL
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Re: Blasphemy law in the United Kingdom
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the word democracy has been hi-jacked in more general term
...the word is well-understood.
Sensible people reject democracy, in the sense you've always seemed to mean it. But -now that it seems your nation has it- you don't like the result? :)
You reap what you sow...
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  • rjhowie
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Re: Blasphemy law in the United Kingdom
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That last line is well portrayed in murderland run by two big money pals. You are not in any mature corner I am afraid.
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  • OakdaleFTL
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Re: Blasphemy law in the United Kingdom
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You are not in any mature corner I am afraid.
I'm afraid what you don't realize is that what you call maturity is seen by most as senility... Yours was early-onset, so you wouldn't know.
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"Humor is emotional chaos remembered in tranquility." - James Thurber
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"Science is the belief in the ignorance of experts!" - Richard Feynman

  • rjhowie
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Re: Blasphemy law in the United Kingdom
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Get out more boy it might broaden your brain capability...hopefully.  :no:
"Quit you like men:be strong"

  • OakdaleFTL
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Re: Blasphemy law in the United Kingdom
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The thing that struck me was I heard her car coming down my avenue  with loud speakers on. It was only when I looked out my upstairs window I discovered it was her.
You didn't -of course- get it from what she was saying... Scots socialists and communists are indistinguishable!
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"Humor is emotional chaos remembered in tranquility." - James Thurber
No one listens to me as much as I do and even I have my limits...
"Science is the belief in the ignorance of experts!" - Richard Feynman

  • rjhowie
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Re: Blasphemy law in the United Kingdom
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Imagine someone from a long standing nutjobland giving mental advice...........
"Quit you like men:be strong"