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Mebyon Kernow - The Party for Cornwall Please tell me that this shower isn’t a taste of things to come! Freedom for Cornwall. Whatever next? The political wing of the ‘Cornish Republican Army’.

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Is Tarquin F'tang F'tang ole Biscuit Barrel standing at this election?

...or is he lying down in the slab of concrete ?

Can I just say that this is the first time I have been on television ?

Cheers,

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Can I vote undecided but doing research?


And has your research uncovered any finding yet Harry?

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"Have we got the swing for Luton?"



"No"

"Oh"...

Classic sketch that...("climb every mountain, forge every stream")

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well as I always say ...
climb every mountain,
ford every stream,
follow every byway,
till you find your dream

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Can I just say that this is the first time I have been on television ?



I'm sorry there isn't time.

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Remember folks – a vote for Labour means an immigrant for a neighbour. Don’t do it!

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I'd be more worried about the chav for a neighbour personally.

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Is there much difference?

Both unwelcomed, with an alien culture?

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Both unwelcomed, with an alien culture?


I would and have welcomed any neighbour that respects me and my property.
Have no problem whatever with their original origin of birth or culture as long as they bear the aforementioned in mind.

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And there in those few simple words, you have backed my comments.

Most of them don't.

Yes..... I must be a Tory.

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And there in those few simple words, you have backed my comments.

Most of them don't.


Most of what dont ? Despite living next to a whole spectrum of characters only problems ever faced were a group of students from the Midlands, who thought Spandau Ballet at 3 in the morning was acceptable.


They were clearly mistaken and I soon put them right, Spandau Ballet are never acceptable...



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I would and have welcomed any neighbour that respects me and my property.
Have no problem whatever with their original origin of birth or culture as long as they bear the aforementioned in mind.


The chavs don't & bogus asylum seekers don't.

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As an old 'un, I don't personally trust any of the three 'major parties'.

Glad to see a certain party WILL be standing in the Leafy Mole Valley ward.

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As much as I don’t like spotty 18 year old’s in Burberry and hooded tops, let’s get things into perspective here for a minute. I’ll admit there pretty annoying standing outside the local shops or sitting on park benches drinking White Lightening or racing around the one way systems in their Citroen Saxo’s but you simply can’t lay the blame for all Britain’s problems on chavs.

Was ‘Operation Trident’ launched by the Metropolitan Police as a means of combating chavs? No, it was launched to reduce the number of black-on-black gun crimes in London – with a focus on drug related shootings. Faced with a choice of reprimanding a bandy 9 stone chav or a bad boy Yardie living next door to me, I know who I’d rather tackle thanks.

Who was responsible for the murder of policeman DC Stephen Oake? A chav perhaps? No you’ve guessed it…Kamel Bourgass, a bogus Asylum Seeker who was plotting terrorist attacks in the UK by using the deadly ricin.

As much as chavs annoy me, let’s not use them to mask the real issues eh?

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Remember folks – a vote for Labour means an immigrant for a neighbour. Don’t do it!


...and the garden of England concreted over with houses, roads, and airports that no bugger wants down 'ere!

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a bogus Asylum Seeker



Then perhaps your choice of words should have been "bogus asylum seekers" and not "immigrants", seeing as there are plenty of legal and hard-working "immigrants" in the country. One of them may operate on you and save your life one day, for instance. Comparing 'immigrants' and 'bogus asylum seekers' doesn't quite wash unless you qualify it with another word, such as 'illegal'...

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I don’t agree with imposing figures for the intake of asylum seekers and immigrants which Michael Howard and the Conservatives are proposing. If annual intake quota were set at say 30,000, what would happen if that number of applicants were already admitted and a person whose life was genuinely in danger in their own land wanted to claim refuge here? Would they be turned away? Likewise, what would happen if the intake were well below the 30,000? Would the government allow an extra 5,000 bogus applicants simply to reside here just to fill the quota?

I agree with Stu M, when he say’s that immigrants have in many cases made a positive contribution to Britain, but it must also be said that in just as many cases many other immigrants have contributed nothing and have made a negative impact.

I think the Conservatives are in big trouble at the moment, and although the have put up a brave fight this time around they’re in for a serious bloody nose. I wouldn’t be surprised at all if in the next five years the party splints after serious infighting. I will probably vote Conservative in the next election but expect to wake up and hear news of a Labour landslide on May 6th; especially as the Tory’s have no support whatsoever in much of the north, the inner Cities, Scotland and Wales. If this is the case then I wouldn’t rule out voting for a minority party, even the BNP, in future elections.

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It is disappointing to see so many fascist c**ts associating themselves with the club. It is hardly likely to encourage families to allow their kids near the ground!

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What a complete and utter load of b*llocks. What the hell are you talking about when you say ‘fascists’? There are no messages on this thread that can be deemed fascist or racist whatsoever. The only people who can be called fascist are people like you who if they had their way would force everyone to vote Labour and outlaw freedom of speech.

The political views of supporters have nothing to do with attracting new supporters young and old so why try and twist things? I’m intrigued to know what part of this thread would discharge anyone from allowing their children to watch football at Stonebridge Road?




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