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The Tory party have never "invaded" another country unless that country had already been invaded
More to the point how long are the people of this country prepared to go along with the lies and grimey police state mentality of this mob

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I think I will stick with Liberal for my vote.
I did vote tory until Argentina / Falklands, another war. Then Labour got my vote.

I consider myself a floating voter and changed my vote from Tory to Labour solely on Argentina / Falklands. I don't care who is to blame, us them whoever, I will NEVER back a party that goes to war. NEVER.

So as I can't trust Blair, it looks like Liberal is the only party open to me.

"all we are saying is give peace a chance"

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What would your response be to an invasion of British peoples on British land

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I think I will stick with Liberal for my vote.
I did vote tory until Argentina / Falklands, another war. Then Labour got my vote.

I consider myself a floating voter and changed my vote from Tory to Labour solely on Argentina / Falklands. I don't care who is to blame, us them whoever, I will NEVER back a party that goes to war. NEVER.

So as I can't trust Blair, it looks like Liberal is the only party open to me.

"all we are saying is give peace a chance"


Interesting considering Argentina invaded the Falklands in the first place, with British subjects whom lived on the Falklands since the 19th century?

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As I said above:

"I don't care who is to blame, us them whoever, I will [color:"blue"] NEVER back a party that goes to war. NEVER."
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We both got to the same question by differing routes

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Can't vote Liberal. Asquith was the Liberal Prime Minister in 1914 at the start of World War One.

Should never have voted Conservative in the first place, as Chamberlain was the Conservative Prime Minister in 1939 at the start of World War Two.

Should never have voted for Labour in the first place as Atlee was the Labour Prime Minister in 1950 at the start of the Korean War.

Just a few examples.

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Don't vote for anybody then, coz it looks like the Sikh's are going to start the next war by trying to shut down every bl**dy theatre in Great Britain.

They find a comedy play offensive, so the theatre pulls the play !

O.K. then ! I find scrappy head bandages and shaggy unkempt beards offensive. Can I do anything about it ?

Can I, bollox !!!

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It was rather ironic, though. They complain about a play that shows their faith in a bad light and suggests that some of their number may have violent tendencies. How do they shut it down? Chuck bricks through the theatre window.

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it worked didn't it?

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They'll be doing it to churches next!

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come on, who takes the church seriously anymore? This aint the twelth century you know!

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Britain has been far too soft.....go to their countries.........you can't worship Christianity in a lot of them...they go to Britain and the government bends over backwards to make sure they can worship who they like.

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Go back through history and the Catholic and Protestent churches have caused wars,torture galore and all types of very nasty regimes
Folowing in a long line of fundemental religious zealots this latest bunch of muslem fundimentalists are simply 300 years adrift

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Right - I get it now.......

Those crooks that can, are crooks;

The less successful go into politics;

Those that can't do politics go into religion.......

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Coreect check out the Popes relationship with Nazi Germany and all that blind eye stuff

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never!

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they go to Britain and the government bends over backwards to make sure they can worship who they like.


I think this is a good point, why should we not welcome people from other cultures, religions? make them feel welcome, why does it have to be them and us. I hate these Britain for the British I lived in Belgium, Colin lives in Germany, yourself you live in USA.

Let them feel at home, pray to whoever they wish and just let everyone get on with their own lives in peace and harmony. <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/cuddle.gif" alt="" /> Life is too short for endless conflict. Everyone should be made welcome to live everywhere. <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/grin.gif" alt="" /> (Britain included.)

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I lived in Saudi Arabia and lets remember we are seen as the most tolerant European country in racial or religious terms hence the rush to by-pass other European countries in the rush to get into GB (mostly England)
The "let them pray to their Gods" is not nor has ever been a problem, the problem is with politically correct numpties who insist on attempting to curry favour with the non-christian but able to vote groups
If all the other faiths were as laid back as the average christian the world would indeed be a safer place

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We as a country may be tolerant, but the people in it are not, people in Belgium made me feel so welcome, in this country - we are so zenephobic it is embarising.




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