Sickening racist attack

#3
razorman said:
What are the BNP going to say about this?

Racists who beat Asian to death face life in jail

Minutes later Christopher Murphy, 18, who had stamped on Mr Parvaiz's head, inspected blood stains on his shoe and remarked to a friend in a pub: "I wonder if I've got Paki juice on the bottom of my shoes?"
Despicable.
I'm sure we could find smiliar stories about racist attacks to ask all types of ethnic minioritys.
 
#5
razorman

I see David Cameron has been making comparisons with the BNP and Islamic fundamentalists.

BBC

Say what you mean and explain yourself razorman.

I would like to believe that the BNP would deplore this cowardly act.
What do you think or wish to imply?
 

Fugly

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DirtyBAT
#8
Civpop, you obviously feel strongly about this, but why have you launched a sudden tirade against razorman?

razorman said:
What are the BNP going to say about this?

Racists who beat Asian to death face life in jail

Quote::
Minutes later Christopher Murphy, 18, who had stamped on Mr Parvaiz's head, inspected blood stains on his shoe and remarked to a friend in a pub: "I wonder if I've got Paki juice on the bottom of my shoes?"

Despicable.
It is obvious that razorman deplores this horrible act, as do I.

civpop42 said:
I would like to believe that the BNP would deplore this cowardly act.
So there you go.

What are YOU trying to imply?
 
#9
Fugly

I had just read the piece with cameron making comparisons of the BNP with Islamic fundamentalists and lost it with more smearing from razorman.
 

Fugly

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DirtyBAT
#10
Fair enough.

I don't have a lot of time for the BNP, they go a bit to far for my liking - bordering, even crossing into, the extreme - the point Cameron was making.

On topic though, this was a horrific act. It was horrific even if you paint all the subjects grey and totally remove the race issue.

The fact that this man was targeted purely because of his race - and a pathetic tenuous connection between rival gangs - makes it even worse.

The w@nkers who did this are as bad as the w@nkers blowing themselves up on the underground.

I think THAT was what Cameron was getting at.

The BNP take a far too extreme line on things.
 

Fugly

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DirtyBAT
#12
civpop42 said:
Fugly

You think it is right to link a political party with a racist attack?

Does that suit you?
No. I do not think it is right.

But in the case of the BNP, yes i do think it is right.

They often use racist incidents as part of their propaganda. Live by the sword, die by the sword.

I have no time for the BNP because of their inherant hatred.
 
#13
civpop42 said:
Fugly

You think it is right to link a political party with a racist attack?

Does that suit you?
Most people think that the BNp incite racial hatred and violence.
Maybe you were unaware of that...?
 
#15
Well I'm amazed. Nice red herring, and some lovely smoke laid, Civpop.

Fugly actually spotted what you were really about early on. However, you managed to talk your way out of it, by taking a totally different tack.

Let's look at what was actually said...

Razorman said

What are the BNP going to say about this?

Racists who beat Asian to death face life in jail


Minutes later Christopher Murphy, 18, who had stamped on Mr Parvaiz's head, inspected blood stains on his shoe and remarked to a friend in a pub: "I wonder if I've got Paki juice on the bottom of my shoes?"
Despicable.

That was his comment. I am going to make the presumption that Razorman actually meant that as the BNP are not slow to comment on other race crimes, he wondered what the BNP would have to say about this dreadful incident. Nowhere does he link the BNP with fundamentalism

You however do , and seek to obsfucate the issue into the bargain.

razorman

I see David Cameron has been making comparisons with the BNP and Islamic fundamentalists.
What has that to do with wondering if the BNP will make any sort of statement on this wicked murder? In fact, not only has it nothing whatsoever to do with Razormans post, it's a red herring that you introduce yourself.

In addition -
Say what you mean and explain yourself razorman.
You are trying to create an issue out of thin air here , and a distraction from the real question.You then further compound it with

Fugly

I had just read the piece with cameron making comparisons of the BNP with Islamic fundamentalists and lost it with more smearing from razorman.
Razorman has already said what he means,and nowhere has he said the BNP are responsible, or even smeared them. You are trying to sidetrack the thread, as noted by Fugly.Why I have no idea but you are enjoying some success as....

Razorman
You've just took a random dispicable racist attack and linked it to the BNP.
He did no such thing,

However, the BNP haven't wasted any time linking themselves to and exploiting attacks allegedly racist in origin , have they?

http://www.arrse.co.uk/cpgn2/Forums/viewtopic/t=56523

So yes, I'd be interested to hear what the BNP have to say about this attack too.



On a seperate note, don't make yourself comfortable Jacques , you won't be here long.
 
#17
Hullo Mark.

Razorman wondered if the BNP were going to make a statement about the murder, seeing as they're normally mad keen to stick their gobs all over 'colour-related incidents'

Civpop then accused him of 'smearing the BNP' , and it kind of went from there.

I notice the BNP has councillors (Or has Roberts been sacked again?) in Huddersfield, though they sit in 'Heckmondwike bah gum lad' one also sits on several committees.

I would think the BNP would love to make a statement,what with local council elections coming up, even if it's only poor misunderstood spliff smoking Special Brew chugging anglo-saxon chav scum little lambs from broken homes, and we must do more for them etc etc. what with them being the future and all.

Actually, the chav scum accusation is not quite accurate. At least 1 of them had a reasonable education and a comfortable background.

Yes I'm sure the BNP would like to make a statement, what with the victim being a tax-paying hard working contributor to society , and his murders being the sort of scum normally villified on Arrse.

The BNP are tough on crime aren't they? I would think this is a message they will be wanting to get out, in advance of the May elections.
 
#18
Point taken PTP, but everyone knows that the BNP, although now modernising and turning into a legit political party have a large racist element in their ranks, I doubt they would respond to a racist attack against a non-white through fear of alienating those racist mongs who are still amongst them.

So it's not suprising they havent responded as it doesn't fit the agenda of the "old BNP" whilst they would respond to a white kid being beaten.

That being said, it's poor form to link the BNP to this attack, they have nothing to do with it, none of the chavmongs were members and there are probably a fair ammount of people who would vote and support the BNP who would have jumped in to help the poor bloke, I know I would and I was considering a BNP "shock vote" but have now decided on UKIP.
 
#19
This is an extremely amusing thread. As PTP has pointed out, nowhere did I accuse the BNP of being responsible for this attack. However, as we can see from this thread, the BNP has made a habit of making a fuss over alleged racist incidents, so I would have thought that this supposed 'respectable' party would have been making a huge outcry over this sickening racist attack on an innocent Asian man by these thugs. And it has not escaped my attention that this civpop character was one of those who was complaining the most about racism on the previous thread, and yet here he is hardly bothered about the attack itself, instead preferring to create some ridiculous conspiracy about me supposedly blaming the BNP for this attack. Telling, very telling.
 
#20
Lets call a spade a spade here, the BNP is still a largly racist party, however they are not campeigning racists policies, they, at least at the moment are preaching common sense which the tory party should be preaching if they wern't trying to emulate nu-labour to win labour votes.

That doesn't mean that they would be a good party in power, I for one would think they would be disasterous, but as a few bods in parliament, they would bring a bit of balance to this rabid left wing sh!thole we call Britain.

Look at the state of the country today, particulary the criminal justice system and armed forces and try and tell me left wing liberal policies arn't ruining this country, I have had to resort to being a vigilante now several times and Im sick of it, I shouldn't have to, we should have a police force and a criminal justice system that works.

How long before the LiberalLabourtives ( a composite name for the one political party that realisticly has a chance of getting elected) give in to islamic terrorists and introduce sharia law?
 
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