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Re: Boris in trouble again
« Reply #30 on: 09 August 2018, 09:28:03 »

Apology  or  No apology   From Boris  . . .

As I am not sure how to  . . .can someone set up a poll  may be interesting





There is one on ITV.com at the moment  :y
I bet you cant guess which way its going  ;D
Its about time we had more politicians who speak the mine of the people in this country imo  :y
Fill yeh boots  ;)
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Re: Boris in trouble again
« Reply #31 on: 09 August 2018, 09:49:35 »

Just an aside as it has all already been said.

If Burkas were that good how come the men don't wear them too?
Oh and if you live in a hot country you do not wear black items of clothing as they become unbearably hot.
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Re: Boris in trouble again
« Reply #32 on: 09 August 2018, 10:15:29 »

Just an aside as it has all already been said.

If Burkas were that good how come the men don't wear them too?
Oh and if you live in a hot country you do not wear black items of clothing as they become unbearably hot.
You do if your sole purpose is doing what you're told by the male half of the population :-X
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Re: Boris in trouble again
« Reply #33 on: 09 August 2018, 11:47:57 »

Boris' burka comments are being investigated by the Met's Cressida Dick as a possible hate crime. :( Good to hear that there aren't more pressing crimes in London, like a murder rate higher than New York and also an epidemic of stabbings, acid attacks, moped based muggings and other gang and drug related offenses. >:( >:( >:(
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Re: Boris in trouble again
« Reply #34 on: 09 August 2018, 13:32:45 »



I know that Jack Straw was somewhat less "direct" and more eloquent. However . . . .

https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2006/oct/06/politics.uk

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Re: Boris in trouble again
« Reply #35 on: 09 August 2018, 13:51:23 »

The BBC are reporting that the Conservative party has received dozens of complaints about Boris!  :o

Not hundreds, not thousands, not hundreds of thousands or millions of complaints.  Dozens! That's 2 figures.  ::)

The whole row is just pathetic!  >:(
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Re: Boris in trouble again
« Reply #36 on: 09 August 2018, 14:41:07 »

You might just be witnessing the self destruction of the Tory party. Boris might lead one half.
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Re: Boris in trouble again
« Reply #37 on: 09 August 2018, 15:01:47 »

This is an attempt to destroy his career and future prospects, not only by Labour but the remoaners in the Tory party.
Since when did Dominic Grieve and Nutty Nora Soubry care about womens" right" to wear the Burka ?
They are a bunch of hypocrites, chancers and opportunists.
Despite the fact Im not a big fan of Boris, if they succeed it will be another huge nail in the coffin of freedom of speech in this country and another big step along the road to thought control, which leads to totalitarianism.
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Re: Boris in trouble again
« Reply #38 on: 09 August 2018, 15:07:57 »

You might just be witnessing the self destruction of the Tory party. Boris might lead one half.

Conservative survival instincts suggests that this is unlikely. The few MP's threatening to leave the Conservative whip are those that are wetter than the River Thames and IMO good riddance to them. I also can't see there being much resistance the their deselection by their local Conservative association and it is very unlikely they would win as an independent candidate on merit.

The grass roots anger of the #chequers white flag paper may hit the parties finances where local associations are talking of withdrawing their £4m in loans to CCHQ.
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Re: Boris in trouble again
« Reply #39 on: 09 August 2018, 17:39:11 »

Further to - I would argue that anyone who's religion (something very very personal that quite literally promises hell and eternal damnation if you don't abide by it's instruction) dictates to them you need to behave/do a certain thing, that that should be respected, as best as possible.

...However...

The burka/hijab etc is NOT religious doctrine, it is a cultural affectation, adopted by some, not all Muslims. It is no more 'necessary' than a Baseball cap for an American, or a beret and stripey shirt if you're French, or a crucifix round the neck if you're Christian. But people (and they may be Islamics, or white british lefty middle-class do-gooders thinking they're speaking for Muslims everywhere) are muddling the two, and using it to gain ground for their agenda.
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Re: Boris in trouble again
« Reply #40 on: 09 August 2018, 18:12:18 »

The Burka is a result of a particularly militant version of Islam. The same Saudi version which gave us 9/11 and pays for the construction of Mosques all across the West.
Personally, Im all for banning it. There is no such thing as multiculturalism. Just dilution / removal of the indigenous culture. We have gone too far down that road already.
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Re: Boris in trouble again
« Reply #41 on: 09 August 2018, 19:04:22 »

IMO Religion is about:

1. Money (saving souls is expensive,where you need all those expensive, impressive, buildings, robes and icons and well paid, versed and skilled practitioners of the art of their mumbo, jumbo). :(
2. Power. :(
3. Brainwashing (recruitment them young for lifelong participation and obedience). :(

All the different brands want more of it, hence the constant empire building, recruitment and wars. The ultimate recruitment tool is to kill those that won't support your brand. >:(

You don't have to belong to or support any of the big or small religious brands to believe in God or to know the difference between right and wrong or good and evil and to know which of the right ones of those to practice daily in your life. :y
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Re: Boris in trouble again
« Reply #42 on: 09 August 2018, 19:45:12 »

Exactly, excellent couple of posts.
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Re: Boris in trouble again
« Reply #43 on: 09 August 2018, 19:46:16 »

Ban it .
It's a symbol of repression ,control and domination conducted  and blindly accepted by a culture that belongs in the middle ages.

There , I said it .
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Re: Boris in trouble again
« Reply #44 on: 09 August 2018, 19:50:39 »

 :y
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