Hawt Two Good A2ACTU Control Incidents.

Coqui

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Oct 14, 2004
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Ah. Member of Parliament. Like someone in your senate.

Well that makes it difficult to ascertain without knowing your allegiance. Liberals in the US consider all Republicans right wing fascist politicans and Conservatives in the US consider all Democrats as left win socialist politicians. Both get those opinions without merit.

What are your opinions on Tories?
 

water

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Very few people would need to defend themselves with a gun from an intruder in England. In a lot of British peoples views you guys are mad paranoid about such things hence hwy you need a gun. If everyone had guns we'd been the same but like you don't seem to get - we have very little fear of guns or anybody entering our property with a gun otherwise don't you think more private individuals would try to get a gun to protect themselves? What is realistic in your country is not realistic for ours.

Wrong.

Very few people CAN defend themselves with a gun. There are probably very many that need/would like to.
 

polo

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Aug 1, 2007
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So you know how to build a bomb and a lot of U2 lyrics?

i've hated U2 since i was old enough to dislike something

Didn't know. Anyway - seeing as my opinion is invalid could you please tell the lovely boys and girls whether gun owernship is a hot topic within British politics.

no because it's surpressed by parliament.

they don't want a discussion on the possible empowerment of the electorate.

and every media outlet sees to it.

you only have to look at the Raul Moat or the Derek Bird shit to see just how horrible the elite think guns are.

Handguns were legal in the UK until 1996 when '1' guy killed quite a few kids in Scotland. 1 person since Hungerford in the mid-80's. This was the gift horse the authority had been looking for.
 

polo

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also there is no similarity for MP's in the US because checks and balances actually exist there. Not greasy pole faggotry.
 

Sarcasmo

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I love guns, for the record. But then our culture in America exists because of guns so I should have a healthy respect for them. Britain, on the other hand, exists because of swords, which is why they prefer blades.
 

Dory Berkowitz-Bukowski

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Oct 15, 2004
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Well that makes it difficult to ascertain without knowing your allegiance. Liberals in the US consider all Republicans right wing fascist politicans and Conservatives in the US consider all Democrats as left win socialist politicians. Both get those opinions without merit.

What are your opinions on Tories?

I have no allegiance to be honest. And by right wing I don't mean conseratives (current government who are traditional right wing) I mean fringe very far right people who want Britain to be 'all white' and free of 'them bloody immigrants' etc.

My opinion on the tories is indifferent, just as it is in labour. They all try and do their bests, they come from very different standpoints so it's hard to decide either way which is right. However the tories right now have some very valid, if a bit cruel in leftie's opinions, points and are doing some hopefully good things which labour wouldn't have the balls to. Don't tell anyone I said that though, my IRL friends would disown me for being politically honest. :lol:
 

dbzeag

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I love guns, for the record. But then our culture in America exists because of guns so I should have a healthy respect for them. Britain, on the other hand, exists because of swords, which is why they prefer blades.

So does that mean the new government set up in Iraq should be lustful toward laser-guided missiles?

Shit.
 

my little brony

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Oct 15, 2004
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I have no allegiance to be honest. And by right wing I don't mean conseratives (current government who are traditional right wing) I mean fringe very far right people who want Britain to be 'all white' and free of 'them bloody immigrants' etc.
yeah, I'm sure that's a heavily represented group and you're not exaggerating in the least bit :fly:
 

polo

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I have no allegiance to be honest. And by right wing I don't mean conseratives (current government who are traditional right wing) I mean fringe very far right people who want Britain to be 'all white' and free of 'them bloody immigrants' etc.

My opinion on the tories is indifferent, just as it is in labour. They all try and do their bests, they come from very different standpoints so it's hard to decide either way which is right. However the tories right now have some very valid, if a bit cruel in leftie's opinions, points and are doing some hopefully good things which labour wouldn't have the balls to. Don't tell anyone I said that though, my IRL friends would disown me for being politically honest. :lol:

Actually the BNP are anti-firearm.

Kinda hard to force a top down authoritarian regieme when people own guns isnt it?
 

water

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really? i say no guns. i saw enough guns growing up. and not little pistols, but huge ass machine guns and shit.

i think when someone has a gun in their possession ...only leads to temptation or a feeling of being superior by the power of the gun.

Wrong.

I carry a gun everywhere I go and I'm a complete ghost (lol) when I'm public. Polite, passive, and invisibile, as are 99% of the people who actively carry.