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  1. Yes that person is the problem here
  2. Quite a few people around me do. Mainly kids whose parents don’t even mention picking them up. I think it’s a bit shoddy but each to their own.
  3. What reason should they listen to? This has hardly been a massive campaign, some people raised it to the council and they have acted. Who really cares?
  4. They’re changing a sign to show the literary reference it comes from. That doesn’t set any movement back unless there’s a large ‘Anti-Literary References’ movement I’m unaware of? Do people really read stuff like this and go ‘well I liked black people before this but now I’ve decided to be a massive racist’? No they don’t. So let’s stop the ridiculous outrage over something that doesn’t impact you in the slightest.
  5. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Representative_democracy
  6. I think it’s over the top but how does it affect any of you? Or the residents for that matter? I really don’t see how changing a street sign is destroying everything that is English.
  7. Are these things happening at Bristol City matches?
  8. Doubt it. The scarecrow was looking for a brain so I’d imagine quite a few people who’ve posted would find some common ground with him.
  9. It clearly is and it’s the message TR and his followers have pushed for a long time. The mental contortions some people seem to be going to on here to justify this nonsense is startling.
  10. If you think chanting things like that at Welsh people is really offensive the easiest thing to do is not to chant it. This odd double standards argument that pops up on here makes no sense unless you take enjoyment in mocking towns and cities for having large Asian populations.
  11. Well they’re clearly mocking it, which is why it’s such a disgusting chant. Was just trying to give you some logic to go with that but it appears it was wasted.
  12. You seem to be implying that Muslims are breaking UK law and getting away with it? If not I don’t really get the point you’re making here.
  13. Unless there’s been a massive law change I’ve missed, Muslims in the UK are held to UK law. Sharia law does not overrule that.
  14. Are they celebrating or mocking that?
  15. All these younguns wanting to criticise racists - what hippies!
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