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pretty horrific stuff, felt kinda sorry for the press officer woman and her husband.
but this quote by the ex councellor is incredible in it's stupidity:
"I used the word 'negroes' as you would do Asians, Chinese, Muslims, Jews. It's a description, it's not an insult - in the same way as you would say, 'What do you mean by Jewish?''...
''Well, they belong to a community, they have got a certain faith,''...
''...they have usually got noses that have got a bit of a curve to them, married women - if they are orthodox Jews - wear wigs.' It's description."
Ouch, dig up stupid!
i actually covered my mouth
of 'ting-tongs' at one point. Imagine having clear up the mess each time one of them opens their mouth
they wouldn't have been allowed to show this if it wasn't for that anti-eu press officer lady and her husband with all of those clowns and dogs in that one house
the national front man was bad i hope he's known as 'the national front ukipper' for the rest of his life
i bet rozanne duncan's gonna get doxxed
Why can't people just get over it??
i actually found myself thinking 'yknow, these people might be a bit misguided, but they're not absolute dickheads or huge, huge racists', particularly the press officer, who actually came across fairly well, then...that.
What was the "that"?
shes like "im not a racist at all but im racist against black people and i wish i wasnt but i am"
from a UKIP councilor.
is this different to that documentary one about the race wars that would happen if they got into power?
and was quite a lot more racist
it's because they're so much more interesting than the other parties. Just giving a load of old,ashen Gray, 40 a day, bin collection obsessed little general racists a platform to air their views and it will always be fascinating
but dailymail readers posting 'je suis charlie' in support of her is a bit too much
might end up being a club for cunts to wield
Kacey, devon, United Kingdom, 1 day ago
She admits it is her problem, so what's the problem. People not allowed to think any more?
Bkind2dogs, rickmansworth, 22 hours ago
how many blacks have a problem with whites?? but they don't get called racist I don't have a problem with skin colour, but I do have a problem with black youths who single out old white folks for mugging as easy targets, or Asian men who single out white teenage girls for sexual grooming so I must be racist as well then
ended up with Rotherham?
and that's the best you can come up with
leading to no one speaking out?
Rotherham was founded in the very early Middle Ages. Its name is from Old English hām 'homestead, estate', meaning 'homestead on the Rother'. The river name was carried into Old English from Brittonic branch of Celtic words: ro- 'over, chief' and duβr 'water', thus 'main river'; a similar size namesake is in East Sussex, see Rother. It established itself as a Saxon market town, on a Roman road near a forded part of the River Don.
By the late Saxon period, Rotherham was at the centre of a large parish on the Don's banks.
Following the Norman Conquest an absentee lord held the most inhabited manor, Nigel Fossard (however today's city proper takes in eight outyling Domesday estates). The Domesday 'Book' or Survey records this lord of the manor with a Norman name took the place of the Saxon lord Hakon holding 20 years before in 1066 and was tenant of an overlord of hundreds of such manors, Robert de Mortain, the Conqueror's half-brother. The central assets at the time were medium in rank among manors: eight adult male householders were counted as villagers, three were smallholders and one the priest, three ploughlands were tilled by one lord's plough team and two and a half men's plough teams were active. The manor's other resources were a church, four loosely called 'acres' of meadow, and seven of woodland. Rotherham had a mill valued at an ordinary half of one pound sterling.
His successors, the De Vesci family, rarely visited the town and did not build a castle but maintained a Friday market and a fair. In the mid 13th century, John de Vesci and Ralph de Tili gave all their possessions in Rotherham to Rufford Abbey, a period of growing wealth in the church. The monks collected tithes from the town and gained rights to an extra market day on Monday and to extend the annual fair from two to three days.
The townsmen of Rotherham formed the "Greaves of Our Lady's Light", an organisation which worked with the town's three guilds. It was suppressed in 1547 but revived in 1584 as the feoffees of the common lands of Rotherham, and remains in existence.
In the 1480s the Rotherham-born Archbishop of York, Thomas Rotherham, instigated the building of a College of Jesus or Jesus College, Rotherham to rival the colleges of Cambridge and Oxford. It was the first brick building in what is now South Yorkshire and taught theology, religious chant and hymns, grammar and writing.
The College and new parish church of All Saints made Rotherham an enviable and modern town at the turn of the 16th century. The college was dissolved in 1547 in the reign of Edward VI, its assets stripped for the crown to grant to its supporters. Very little remains of the original building in College Street. Walls of part of the College of Jesus are encased within number 23 and Nos 2, 2A, 4 (later for a time Old College Inn, a beerhouse), 6 and 8 Effingham Street. Its fragments of walls are the earliest surviving brick structure in South Yorkshire and are remains of the key institution to Rotherham's growth into a town of regional significance. Sixty years after the College's dissolution Rotherham was described by a wealthy visitor as falling from a fashionable college town to having admitted gambling and vice. The history of Thomas Rotherham and education in the town are remembered in the name of Thomas Rotherham College.
If you are worried about being in europe and you join a party that is about not liking europe rules, then you will also be joining a party that will also attract those who hate 'foreign' (or that which you can label 'non indigionous) people.
Its pretty obvious really.. therefore no particular need to feel sorry for them.....If they are not clever enough to see how the electoral process might subvert some aspect of their views, then they should perhaps exempting themselvrd from voting.
It didn't go too well...