oddman: "538.com has some interesting analysis."
stupid European vending machines. tried to ram in my BRITISH pound coin anyway. hurt hand. lost coin. no Twix. fuck Europe.
fingers crossed Apple will announce they are going back to producing only white iPods. #wwdc
Forced voting isn't going to fix this. Figuring out why there are so many racists in England, and dealing with that, might.
It is not money that marks BNP voters apart as much as their insecurity. Just 19 per cent of BNP voters are "confident that my family will have the opportunities to prosper in the years ahead". This compares with 59 per cent of Labour voters, 47 per cent of Lib Dem and Green voters, and 42 per cent of Conservative voters.
Among Ukip voters the figure is also fairly low, at 28 per cent, which suggests that Ukip also picked up the votes of many who feel the traditional parties let them down – and not just on Europe.
When a fellow student said he was forced to move out of his shared apartment by his new African flatmates who played extremely loud music whenever they wished and didn't give a damn about his pleas for some peace so he could study, I assumed he was exaggerating. A month later I was in a very similar situation. I didn't want to give up, and through several months of improvised diplomacy I got things back to normal enough to not have to travel to the library downtown every time I had to do some homework. I was very proud, and I'm now on decent terms with them.
The peace only lasted for a few weeks though, until another group, also Africans, moved in downstairs from me and plugged in their subwoofers. They, in contrast, absolutely would not listen. After several months of no progress, the noise suddenly came to an end when another immigrant couple with a small child moved next to them and we complained together both to the noisy group and once again to the student apartment company. But my opinion alone -- a Local's opinion -- carried no weight with these assholes.
Somewhere in the middle of this came the news that police have uncovered a document forgery workshop run by Nigerians in a Helsinki student apartment, with signatures to false letters of admission obtained by blackmail and threats of violence.
So, my first experiences of everyday home life with African immigrants are one of disrespect on a scale I'd never encountered.
There are systemic cultural problems at play, and we should discuss them as openly as we discuss the errors and offenses of our own policies, which are many.
The BNP strongly prefers the term ‘hard right’ to ‘far right,’ ‘extreme right,’ or ‘radical right.” ‘Hard’ implies moral seriousness and firmness of purpose. ‘Far’ and ‘extreme’ imply we are outside the spectrum of reasonable opinion. ‘Radical’ is acceptable when addressing a highly disaffected audience, especially when making ‘radical’ critiques of the present 'radical' left regime. The most accurate term of all is ‘patriotic right’, as opposed to ‘unpatriotic right’ or ‘globalist right’ (i.e the Tories).
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