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Principia Discordia => Aneristic Illusions => Topic started by: Cain on January 15, 2007, 12:10:20 pm

Title: Russel Brand pwns BNP knobs
Post by: Cain on January 15, 2007, 12:10:20 pm
He is a twat, but I forgive every bad word I've said about him for this piece of art.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qxweGVGQRTQ&eurl=

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ILTzji7wf6I&eurl=

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QleZiqxxvwY&eurl=

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Title: Re: Russel Brand pwns BNP knobs
Post by: P3nT4gR4m on January 15, 2007, 01:26:50 pm
The bit near the end where he's ripping into the guys sitting outside the pub has just made Brand an entry in my cool book.
Title: Re: Russel Brand pwns BNP knobs
Post by: B_M_W on January 15, 2007, 04:50:58 pm
That was pretty nice. I had a little trouble with the accents because Im American, but this guy, Brand, exposed a bunch of white trash nazis quite nicely. Im sorry that you have to deal with these guys, Cain.
Title: Re: Russel Brand pwns BNP knobs
Post by: Cain on January 15, 2007, 05:16:19 pm
They usually never come this far north.  They came once, because this is the oldest debating society in Scotland and Nick Griffin, their leader, wanted to debate BNP policy.  And once they sent flyers around my home town.  But up here, its a quarter foreigner anyway, mostly students.  And the Scots are diehard Labour/Lib Dem supporters, as a whole. 

And my home town is Conservative, solidly.  Last time they tried, we had a 99.8% white population anyhow, so they were doomed to fail.  Now, with all the Poles...I'm not so sure, but they mainly concentrate on northern towns and the east end of London, as well as English Labour strongholds, manufacturing centres, lots of bitter unionists etc who think Labour sold out.  Which is strange, as many of their members are ex-Conservatives anyway.

Brand's abit of a cock now, to be honest.  He needs to get back on the drugs, he performs better as a comedian with them.

Oh, and MASSIVE BNP lulz: http://www.ministryoftruth.org.uk/2006/05/30/the-name%e2%80%99s-freedom-%e2%80%93-steve-freedom/
Title: Re: Russel Brand pwns BNP knobs
Post by: B_M_W on January 15, 2007, 08:32:18 pm
Okay, could you just as a reminder post the British political parties, and their general stances, or a link to them, because I always get confused.
Title: Re: Russel Brand pwns BNP knobs
Post by: Cain on January 15, 2007, 08:44:52 pm
Labour - technically left wing, socialist party, strongly linked to the unions.  Under Blair they have moved away to a more Democrat "Third Way" stance.

Liberal Democrats - Social liberals. Like Libertarians on social issues, and lefties on economic ones.  Powerful at the local level.

Conservatives - right wing, party of the landowners, very rich and clergy.  Generally divided into a libertarian/constitutionalist wing (small) and traditionalist wing (large).

Green Party - left wing environmental group, not very popular

UK Independence Party - right wing, xenophobic, libertarian economics, opposed to the European Union and immigration, probably not racist though.

RESPECT- left wing socialist environmentalist group, main member being George Galloway MP, friend of Saddam Hussein.

And of course, the BNP.  Those are the largest parties.
Title: Re: Russel Brand pwns BNP knobs
Post by: Thurnez Isa on January 15, 2007, 08:47:22 pm
Labour - technically left wing, socialist party, strongly linked to the unions. Under Blair they have moved away to a more Democrat "Third Way" stance.

Liberal Democrats - Social liberals. Like Libertarians on social issues, and lefties on economic ones. Powerful at the local level.

Conservatives - right wing, party of the landowners, very rich and clergy. Generally divided into a libertarian/constitutionalist wing (small) and traditionalist wing (large).

Green Party - left wing environmental group, not very popular

UK Independence Party - right wing, xenophobic, libertarian economics, opposed to the European Union and immigration, probably not racist though.

RESPECT- left wing socialist environmentalist group, main member being George Galloway MP, friend of Saddam Hussein.

And of course, the BNP. Those are the largest parties.

sounds a lot like canadian politics
Title: Re: Russel Brand pwns BNP knobs
Post by: Cain on January 15, 2007, 08:48:58 pm
Yeah, but you have crazy French bloc people too.  Which makes it much more fun.
Title: Re: Russel Brand pwns BNP knobs
Post by: Thurnez Isa on January 15, 2007, 09:13:42 pm
 :lol:

the problem is the only leader that makes sense sometimes leads the federal bloq
 :lol:
yes us frenchies are fucking nuts
Title: Re: Russel Brand pwns BNP knobs
Post by: B_M_W on January 15, 2007, 09:15:26 pm
Labour - technically left wing, socialist party, strongly linked to the unions.  Under Blair they have moved away to a more Democrat "Third Way" stance.

Liberal Democrats - Social liberals. Like Libertarians on social issues, and lefties on economic ones.  Powerful at the local level.

Conservatives - right wing, party of the landowners, very rich and clergy.  Generally divided into a libertarian/constitutionalist wing (small) and traditionalist wing (large).

Green Party - left wing environmental group, not very popular

UK Independence Party - right wing, xenophobic, libertarian economics, opposed to the European Union and immigration, probably not racist though.

RESPECT- left wing socialist environmentalist group, main member being George Galloway MP, friend of Saddam Hussein.

And of course, the BNP.  Those are the largest parties.

Thanks again Cain.
Title: Re: Russel Brand pwns BNP knobs
Post by: adouglasmhor on January 16, 2007, 06:20:08 pm
You can add solidarity and Scottish Socialist parties in with Respect on the left/
Title: Re: Russel Brand pwns BNP knobs
Post by: Cain on January 16, 2007, 06:22:12 pm
Yeah, thats true.  I tend to avoid Scottish politics though, unless forced to do otherwise. 
Title: Re: Russel Brand pwns BNP knobs
Post by: P3nT4gR4m on January 16, 2007, 07:18:45 pm
Yeah, thats true.  I tend to avoid Scottish politics though, unless forced to do otherwise. 

Scottish politics has been going down hill ever since the clans disbanded. Fkin english sponsored franchise now.