Originally posted by generalissimoYes. Ignoring fascists has such a proven track-record of working, hasn't it?
[b]Anti-fascist protesters broke into BBC Television centre ahead of British National Party leader Nick Griffin's appearance on Question Time.
About 25 protesters were ejected from the building by police after breaking through a gate at the main entrance
surely this wasn't the smartest t ...[text shortened]... oring them will only give them more reasons to whine, and it will also make them more popular.[/b]
Originally posted by generalissimoWhy only use one track, when there are many at one's disposal?
let them talk, and then destroy their arguments with reason.
this is a chance to make Griffin look like an idiot on national television, and yet people haven't realized that for some reason.
Originally posted by PalynkaThat's not nice. Don't call Shav a facist. A jerk, maybe; but not a facist.*
When are you coming out of the closet and admit you're a fascist?
Originally posted by sh76I thought he was referring to me.
That's not nice. Don't call Shav a facist. A jerk, maybe; but not a facist.*
*- In the event that it's not obvious enough, I'm kidding around. Shav is not a jerk. A whacko, maybe, but not a jerk.**
**- I'm kidding around. Shav is not a whacko. A nut, maybe, but not a whacko.***
***- never mind