What is it that the Austrian economist Hayek said? Something like, "the battle between socialists and facists is a battle between brothers; that's why it's so vicious".
LOL!You are a one!
Wow. You've never actually made me feel sick before, Phil. Get away from me with your twisted morality.
And when you read Dizzy's blog this is what you read ;http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/9/9e/Cowpat.jpgYou knobhead.Regards,Lee
I had to laugh at Brown at PMQs yesterday (to be fair, I laugh at him all the time)."May I also say that under the Home Secretary what we have seen is .... better relationships between the police and the community?"Well, yeah. I guess you could say it, but it's a complete lie. The relationship between the police and the community couldn't be any worse (well, unless we lived in 1992 Los Angeles).As someone said, you live in a police state when a police car pulls out behind you on the road and you are more concerned that you will be pulled up for a minor offense than you are comforted that the police are out on patrol.
"You've never actually made me feel sick before, Phil. Get away from me with your twisted morality."Point of pednatic order, but I am not near you, you came here. What is twisted about pointing out that Nazism and Socialism has led to political oppression and the death of at least 100 million in the past century?There is nothing twisted about morality, I condemn them both equally.
Socialism - a form of government in which money is taken away from those who have earned it and given to those who haven't.The oppression is built in to the philosophy. You oppress the rich by taking their money away, and you oppress the poor by forcing them to rely on state handouts.
Did the people of China actually vote for socialism or was it forced on them by the victors in a civil war?I'm also pretty sure that the Nazis weren't particularly social, even though they had 'Socialist' in their name.
What? A bloke without an A to Z and four crappy tanks?
CaptionCommuter on way to work: You wait for a tank, and then four come at once.
Fuck me, the BNP did that?
Precisely. Never forget the logical conclusion of socialism (and I include National Socialism in that) is the physical coertion and/or torture/death of its opponents.When you elevate the collective above the individual, eventually there will come a point when an individual threatens the collective's existence. Socialism often decides to get rid of the troublesome individual at this point. And so totalitarianism is born.The lesson is kids, don't vote for Socialists. It may end up with your door being kicked in at 4am.
...or your business being arbitrarily shut down by an apparatchik. Anyone remember the TV series 1999 with Edward Woodward? The State and it Public Control Department had a 'technique' called ASH - Authorised Systematic Harrassmemnt'. You offended against the State and they went after you by stopping your credit card feezing your bank, leaking spin about infidelities to your spouse, getting your business shut down by a regulator on spurious grounds.Welcome to '1999' - New Labour's Nirvana.
Nice analogy ... the BNP are the lone, brave voice standing up to the tanks of immigration, multiculturalism, islamification, totalitarian EU superstate.You've convinced me.
I believe that you have posted a image of another Labour cabinet minister being "asked" to support Gormless Clown.
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