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  • 23-09-2019, 13:59
    Road-Mouse
    Of course the police are playing down terror attacks and pandering to people who refuse to integrate in exchange for votes. Plus it is easier to hide the political and police incompetence by making free speech illegal and turn it into hate speech when it's just opinion.
  • 02-01-2019, 12:41
    Nigel Incubator-Jones
    Quote Originally Posted by nobody View Post
    Im all for free speach,but sometimes if you say something there are repercussions.

    If i kept taking the **** out of you for dressing like some sort of 50,s retard and keep asking why you go to rod events in a car that isnt a rod.,do you not think in the end you may want to punch me.

    To keep doing stuff to get a reaction,is a bit daft.expecially if they have guns

    Its not about rights or wrongs. Irrational people dont think like that. And as individuals we all have different veiws of of whats right.
    I appreciate that every action has consequences, but we should still have a society where you're safe to say where you can express any opinion without fearing for your safety. How do you know that Charlie Hebdo published their cartoons just to get a reaction? If you asked them, they'd probably say they were presenting a sincere political point. In my opinion, any sincere view ought to be expressed - the more ideas there are floating around for people to consider, so much the better.

    If you wanted to make me the specific target of persistent ridicule, I may end up finding it hard to react rationally. However, if you wanted to publish a satirical cartoon lampooning people who dress like '50s retards and go to rod shows in cars that aren't rods, I doubt I'd bat an eyelid. It's your opinion, you're entitled to it and it does me no harm.

    Point is that we shouldn't have any fear to say what we think. As you say, we all have different views. One man's joke is another man's offensive remark. People are never going to agree on how the world should be run so the best thing is to accept that different ideas exist and not make any apologies for violence that opposes certain thought.
  • 02-01-2019, 07:34
    nobody
    Quote Originally Posted by Nigel Incubator-Jones View Post
    It's a bit of a leap from to go from critical ****-taking by one party to a murderous rampage by another. If you're the sort of person who gets a bit homicidal when someone takes the **** out of you, you're pretty ripe for ridicule if you ask me.

    So what that you can expect a punch for taking the **** out of a violent drunkard? He'd still be in the wrong if he does hit you. In the same way, you should definitely be able to criticise some evil loonies' beliefs without fear of violent reprisal.

    As ever, as an autonomous mind, I self-appoint the right to say that Islam is a morally bereft, logically flawed cult for cretins regardless of whether or not I actually believe that. If I wake up tomorrow to find that I've been beheaded for that statement, I'd not say "Fair enough." That's what supposedly makes Britain better than these Middle Eastern ****holes - you can do and say what you like safe in the knowledge that you won't be persecuted for your beliefs. Apparently.
    Im all for free speach,but sometimes if you say something there are repercussions.

    If i kept taking the **** out of you for dressing like some sort of 50,s retard and keep asking why you go to rod events in a car that isnt a rod.,do you not think in the end you may want to punch me.

    To keep doing stuff to get a reaction,is a bit daft.expecially if they have guns

    Its not about rights or wrongs. Irrational people dont think like that. And as individuals we all have different veiws of of whats right.
  • 02-01-2019, 00:28
    Nigel Incubator-Jones
    Quote Originally Posted by nobody View Post
    go back to france.the attack on the cartoon place.im not sure what people expect.take the **** out of a bloke down the pub,and chances are he,s going to punch you.take the **** out of someone with access to guns,,,,,,,,,,,,,,


    never got the religious jokes anyway. poke the bear,,,,


    anyways once the latest idiots have stop their terrorist attacks,, another group with a new cause will fill the gap.and the cycle continues
    It's a bit of a leap from to go from critical ****-taking by one party to a murderous rampage by another. If you're the sort of person who gets a bit homicidal when someone takes the **** out of you, you're pretty ripe for ridicule if you ask me.

    So what that you can expect a punch for taking the **** out of a violent drunkard? He'd still be in the wrong if he does hit you. In the same way, you should definitely be able to criticise some evil loonies' beliefs without fear of violent reprisal.

    As ever, as an autonomous mind, I self-appoint the right to say that Islam is a morally bereft, logically flawed cult for cretins regardless of whether or not I actually believe that. If I wake up tomorrow to find that I've been beheaded for that statement, I'd not say "Fair enough." That's what supposedly makes Britain better than these Middle Eastern ****holes - you can do and say what you like safe in the knowledge that you won't be persecuted for your beliefs. Apparently.
  • 01-01-2019, 12:22
    nobody
    Quote Originally Posted by stueeee View Post
    There were lots of Brit troops in the first Gulf war after Saddam Hussein invaded Kuwait in 1990. A mate of mine is an ex Para who fought in this and the Falklands war. A really tough person who would be well able to correct any armchair warriors' perception of the glory of it all.

    BTW, fully agree about keeping our noses out of other countries business. Anyone who thinks otherwise only needs to look at the resulting chaos and suffering in Iraq after Saddam Hussein was deposed in the second gulf war.
    the middle east should sort their own **** out.they are all quite capable of starting wars,s,so they should of sorted kuwait.it wasnt until the invation of afganistan and the 2nd gulf war,did we see any sort of attacks on ourselfs.neither wars in my eyes were justified.

    saudi,s crash planes,so we attack a completely different country.that makes perfect sense.

    there is no glory in war is there.plenty of vids online showing that.


    go back to france.the attack on the cartoon place.im not sure what people expect.take the **** out of a bloke down the pub,and chances are he,s going to punch you.take the **** out of someone with access to guns,,,,,,,,,,,,,,


    never got the religious jokes anyway. poke the bear,,,,


    anyways once the latest idiots have stop their terrorist attacks,, another group with a new cause will fill the gap.and the cycle continues
  • 01-01-2019, 12:12
    CRAIG
    Quote Originally Posted by nobody View Post
    Watched the film recently about the three american soldier's who foiled a terrorist attack on a french train.

    Thats well worth seeing
    ****ing hell Wayne,you sure you get time to watch television
  • 01-01-2019, 12:09
    stueeee
    Quote Originally Posted by nobody View Post

    In my lifetime,apart from the Falklands,no soldier has gone to war in my name.

    The world is a ****ed up place.butting our noses into other countries business is never a good idea.
    There were lots of Brit troops in the first Gulf war after Saddam Hussein invaded Kuwait in 1990. A mate of mine is an ex Para who fought in this and the Falklands war. A really tough person who would be well able to correct any armchair warriors' perception of the glory of it all.

    BTW, fully agree about keeping our noses out of other countries business. Anyone who thinks otherwise only needs to look at the resulting chaos and suffering in Iraq after Saddam Hussein was deposed in the second gulf war.
  • 01-01-2019, 10:58
    nobody
    Watched the film recently about the three american soldier's who foiled a terrorist attack on a french train.

    Thats well worth seeing
  • 01-01-2019, 10:52
    nobody
    Deranged people will use any excuse to attack others.

    You only have to look at the amount of youth being murdered in london.attacks are just that,no matter what name its done in.

    The end result is the same.you get victims.

    I sort of get where their coming from though.what right have we to bomb another country.so if the citizens of that country or a follower of their religion,retaliate,should we be really surprised.

    In my lifetime,apart from the Falklands,no soldier has gone to war in my name.

    The world is a ****ed up place.butting our noses into other countries business is never a good idea.
  • 01-01-2019, 10:46
    Big Joe
    Wasn't actually on the train but the station, which is a good job as there were police there. If it had been on a train then there would have been no one except Joe public to stop him....
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