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    Cranial rectal inversion syndrome?

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    Read all the comments as well.

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    From the web site.

    Comments on this story have been disabled for the weekend, they will be reinstated on Monday.
    live every day like its your last cause one day you will be right

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    He should go to the US embassy, and we should grant him asylum, and then offer a fast track to citizenship.

    Any objections?

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    pmcqueen37 wrote:
    From the web site.

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    now it says
    - Comments on this story have been disabled for legal reasons
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    pmcqueen37 wrote:
    pmcqueen37 wrote:
    From the web site.

    Comments on this story have been disabled for the weekend, they will be reinstated on Monday.
    now it says
    - Comments on this story have been disabled for legal reasons
    The legal reason being, there is no freedom of speech in the U.K.



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    Let me try to explain the thought process behind the British government's persecution of this ex-soldier.

    You see, in the current "post-democratic" system of "governance", "authorities" (police, soldiers, "nobility", etc) are viewed as the ONLY people who are capable of keeping and bearing arms, and even then, they are only given that privilege by decree from the ruling elite.

    These members of the "state-sponsored monopoly of violence" are viewed as the "worker bees" of the new collective. Once a person leaves that service (retirement, decommissioning, etc) and enters the realm of the "common man", he becomes a liability--a member of the "useless eaters", and it is the sincere belief of the ruling class that such "common" people are inherently incapable of conducting themselves in a lawful manner without "supervision".

    This ex-soldier thought for himself. He took the initiative, on his own, without relying on "experts" or "authorities" to tell him the right thing to do, or even do it for him.

    And under this "new order", individual initiative is the most grievous sin one can commit against the State.

    He is being made an example of. The British government is punishing him for daring to think for himself, for daring to NOT rely on "authorities" to keep him and his neighbors "safe". And for that, he MUST be punished, under the "new order".

    Because the LAST thing they want is for individuals to start thinking for themselves, and taking initiative....

    The EU has become the very dream-world written about by the likes of Edward Bernays and Zbigniew Brzezinski--a world ruled by "technocrats" and "experts"--where the general populace has been rendered incapable of making their own decisions through decades of propaganda, brainwashing, and faulty education. And when the rare rogue "commoner" steps forward to exercise initiative and self-determination, they myst be struck down without hesitation as an example to the rest that such behavior will not be tolerated in the "new order".

    We, on the other side of the pond, should take this as an object lesson in what NOT to let our government--and our nation--become.
    It is our cause to dispel the foggy thinking which avoids hard decisions in the delusion that a world of conflict will somehow mysteriously resolve itself into a world of harmony, if we just don't rock the boat or irritate the forces of aggression—and this is hogwash."
    --Barry Goldwater, 1964

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    injustice like that can should never stand, if that would happen to some one close to me I would retaliate, that "judge" would be first on my list...all the way to the guy who slapped on the cuffs. but its the UK they need to revolt its bad there

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    The soldior got a 12 month suspended sentence. It still sucks, though that he got convicted at all.

    http://www.thisissurreytoday.co.uk/n...l/article.html

    Wouldn't it be ironic if, at some point, US troops had to be sent in to liberate the peoples of a nation that once ruled over our ancestors?

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    Ironic, yes...and bloody welcome, too!

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