Your are viewing a read-only archive of the old DiS boards. Please hit the Community button above to engage with the DiS !
good. throw that hook handed fuck in a pit and throw away the fucking key.
but he is a truly vile, despicable, intolerant, vicious and hypocritical man.
few public figures make me go all rightwing. he's one. :)
he's trying to keep hold of the soap.
That was a genuine LOL...
it WOULD help surely. He could just stab it and he'll have to be really clumsy to let it go
nasty little man that he is, although i do worry this is just going to make him into a martyr but i suppose there was no way to avoid that.
Generally my reaction to this would be :) hee hee.
and that is what my reaction is today...
exactly help him appear a reasonable man does it?
To be fair, I thought the press piss take of his hook was a little harsh. Not on him, but a lot of non-evil people have hooks instead of hands (the lady at reception at my uni, and the lady at my local Halifax to name but too - and I'm reasonably sure they're not evil)
It's just that with Hamza, the New Order bassist and Captain Hook, you only ever really hear about the bastards
if thats the right word that this Fuckwit has been put behind bars, surely something should have been done about equally as evil Nick Griffin of the BNP.
Why not put them both in a cell, take the hook off Hamza, to make things more even and let them fight with an assortment of weapons.
..cuz I havent followed it that closely, but I thought that Nick Griffins *vibe* was "kick them all out" whereas Abus vibe was like "kill them, your god allows it"
out of Aladdin.
must have some mystic anti-over-PC-nazi spray all over you or something.
If you say anything bad about someone (who deserves it) who happens to be a muslim, you're worse than Himmler.
i don't know whether to be honoured or not.
For record, my dislike of Abu-Hamza and subsequent pleasure at his incarceration has nothing to do with his religiosity and/or ethnicity. I dislike him because he's a despicable cunt who peddles in hatred. Vile, vile man.
is fine to peddle the same style racial hatred in this country? I read that google hadn't filtered out BNP propaganda, you can still have access to their press releases. Why do this all by halves, if racial hatred isn't going to be tolerated it shouldn't be tolerated from anyone who tries to stir it up full stop.
Thanks for explaining that. I think the laws need to be changed. What about the extremists that were 'protesting' over that cartoon? I agree it shouldn't have been printed but the minorities decision to incite people to maim and kill people should have seen them taken under arrest. I do think the BNP have been allowed to stir hatred for years in this country unchecked, only recently has their been a crackdown on them and awareness raised about what a scummy organisation it is. Thank god for investigative journalism on that score.
and I said treat them both the same. I don't see why when someone is not an immediate threat to society people think it's ok to file them into a cabinet and say we'll deal with that later. I know what Hamza is and I know what Griffin is and both deserve to be punished severly.
you think there are that many extremists in Britain? I thought the muslim community at large was quick to say that was a small minority and distance themselves from the more militant elements of the protests? There's no way to dress up what those placards meant or threatened to this country so to stand by them or riot in their honour is a clear sign that you agree with what they were doing?
I think Griffin should only go to prison if and when he breaks the law...
Griffin is an equally detestable character, and as soon as he breaks the law and goes down, I'll be just as happy as I was yesterday. it did take a long time to get to this point with abu hamza, as they're both very canny characters who know the law. but one day they'll slip up.
or the law will be changed. i believe the religious hatred issue is going thru one of the Houses at the moment.
freedom of speech is a tricky issue. although it might seem at odds with my previous posts, i'm of the opinion that 'you can say what you want, it's up to me to agree or disagree and then argue my viewpoint'. However, that doesn't necessarily work in practice on a larger scale, and especially not in our top-down society with is set up for us to be sheep and follow 'Leaders'. Who convince us of their right to lead with their flowery/emotive rhetoric.
If people were to educate themselves, develop their critical faculties and form their own opinions about things , that would be a damn good start to resolving the problems with freedom of speech.
But that's not necessarily what the PTB wants, is it?
*cuts off sensible argument before going into a anti-corporate captalist rant*
griffin and hamza in the same cell.
see who wins.
my money's on hamza.
the cartoon in the metro this morning was a pictyre of Hamza holding a paper with the headline about his imprisonment saying:
"They over-reacted. It's not like I drew a cartoon or anything"
pointed out that they know their way around the law, I don't expect he will be sent down anytime soon.