March for Free Expression

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Sunday, March 19, 2006

Peter Tatchell to Speak

We are delighted to announce that Peter Tatchell has confirmed that he will be one of the speakers on March 25th


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Oh shock horror, another right-wing BNP supporter takes to the floor!

8:13 am  
Anonymous libertine said...

I think the whole BNP smear becomes even more laughable or distasteful as every day passes and the demo approaches.

I'm surprised more scrutiny hasn't been afforded to those who defend gay teenagers being executed in public because if that's not right wing I don't know what is. Scum.

10:11 am  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

libertine, keep taking the drugs and eventually you might start making sense.

8:50 pm  
Blogger Charles Martel said...

peter tatchell a bnp supporter?

what drugs are you on anonymous?

Tatchell has a track record as long as your arm of involvement in the far-left in the 1980s and specifically campaigning against the NF and the BNP.

9:30 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

There is nothing right wing about state sponsered murder.

This is what really get's on my tits. Everywhere there are lefties who get responsibilities bestowed upon them, to only make wild crazy dictats, rules and exclusions, based on their wild assumptions of what anyone to the right of Ted Heath actually thinks.

Their is nothing "right wing" about any form of capital punishment for whatever reason.

China is hardly right wing and it's pretty hot on capital punishments. Oh yeah, what about the former USSR,? Another shining example. Are you going to tell me they was right wing?

9:35 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

It was a joke Charles

9:00 am  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hah. I note the Freedom Association (formerly the National Association for Freedom) will be speaking at this odious event. Talk about alliances with right-wing racist anti-working-class shitfucks.

Still, as the case of Ross McWhirter shows, not every one of the vicious bastards gets away with it. What a hoot!

Bit like the old joke: how many members of the royal family can you get in a Mini-Metro? A: five: The Queen in the drivers seat, Prince Philip in the passenger seat; Charles and Diana in the back. And Lord Mountbatten in the ashtray.

Particularly appropriate given the recent confirmation that Mountbatten was in the seventies involved in an plot to overthrow democracy in Britain and replace it with a fascist/military dictatorship. And the Freedom Association (then called the National Association for Freedom) were up to their necks in this coup-plotting as well.

This 'march for free expression' really is a bloc between liberal Muslim haters and a wing of the British far right - albeit the military-bureaucratic element of it, as opposed to populist plebian Hitler-cultists like the BNP.

How's that for 'free expression'?

Red Doodlebug

9:32 am  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wow, what a fabulously unpleasant post from red doodlebug. If you are defined by your enemies, then this march is saintly.

9:53 am  

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