Tag Archives: EDL

My PC, lefty, liberal crisis

What if violence is the only option? Continue reading

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Who ate all the pies?

stealing from your employer to feed a pack of racist thugs adds a whole new perspective. Continue reading

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The Convention 13: When Islamophobia goes unchallenged

Like paranoid groups the EDL will break up as infighting and internal mistrust takes over. This is already happening and they probably won’t last for too much longer. Continue reading

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The Convention 12: The right to freedom of conscience and religious expression

it’s OK for people to follow their own conscience or religion so long as that does not prevent others from exercising their rights. In other words religion is OK so long as it doesn’t abuse other people. Continue reading

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The convention 9: No punishment without law

It really is true that the more people know about the ECHR the more they appreciate it and the positive impact it has for us all. Continue reading

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With Apologies to Shakespeare’s ghost

A modern version of the ‘Hollow crown’ speech (Rich II Act 2 Sc 3) starring Tommy Robinson. Robinson’s shock resignation from the English defence League has been likened to the Pope leaving the Vatican after noticing it contained Catholics or … Continue reading

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Islam, far right nationalists and the vicious God of Abraham

It really shouldn’t be necessary to write this post. But unfortunately it is. That’s the problem with fanatical extremists. They think only in black and white terms and so anyone who, for example doesn’t hate Muslims must be a Muslim … Continue reading

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