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    Default UK Expelling Dirtbags - Bravo UK

    Much to the dismay of some Great Britain is tossing out some of the hate mongers from within its borders. No doubt the ACLU - London Division(it's a joke) would love to represent those sent packing.
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    If they would do that in the US, there would be two less members on these Forums.

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    - Just two George?
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    WHere are they sending them? Australia still?

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    Quote Originally Posted by adamkhalil
    WHere are they sending them? Australia still?
    You beat me to it lol.
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    Maybe we could learn something from our brothers across the pond.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fireguy919
    You beat me to it lol.
    If this is the case and I lived in London I'd probably be outside Buckingham Palace with a "Death to the Infidel" sign this afternoon j/k
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    Learn from us!!!!!

    If anything our wet pussy-whipped Liberal Leaders need to take a lesson from you Guys.

    Anyone of these preachers has stood on UK soil, outside of their mosques and preached hate to the UK and her Citizens.... for years... with the Police standing there looking on powerless to act.

    We (Brits) have always said..."If they tried that outside of a mosque in the US they would have been shot, there would have been a riot"

    We are way, way to soft on these people, we consider ourselves the laughing stock of Europe (our so called friends) who push all the ***** they don't want across the Channel to us, we suffer it because of their EUROPEAN Human rights bull***** we signed up to...then they call us things like 'Londonistan'

    Man...don't get me going on this. I really feel this once proud Nation is on it's knees due to liberalism and right for everyone bar the decent people. Believe me...I'd be over there with you like a shot if I had the opportunity.

    We have many, many Lessons to learn from the USA...how to take pride in the Country, the flag and not to be ashamed of our History would be a good start.
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    Steve:

    Thank you for your view which is refreshing.

    Many Liberals are the same the world over - Modern day Neville's without the backbone of a small mammal.
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    That image is funny.
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    I don't think its funny, I am glad that everyone back then stood behind what needed to be done. There is a reason they are called the greatest generation.
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    Quote Originally Posted by F18Wub
    I don't think its funny, I am glad that everyone back then stood behind what needed to be done. There is a reason they are called the greatest generation.
    lighten up bro its mocking liberals not the ww2 vets !
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    I know what its mocking. I think that there are better ways of mocking both liberals and conservatives that by using D-Day as an example.
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    I don't think its funny, I am glad that everyone back then stood behind what needed to be done. There is a reason they are called the greatest generation.
    EVERYONE supported D-Day? Have you read the history of World War II? Everyone did not support that invasion nor the war. Was it the Greatest generation? YES. Did everyone support it? No.
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    Quote Originally Posted by F18Wub
    I know what its mocking. I think that there are better ways of mocking both liberals and conservatives that by using D-Day as an example.

    bud you realy need to lighten up that in no way mocks conservatives !
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    Quote Originally Posted by JackTee09
    EVERYONE supported D-Day? Have you read the history of World War II? Everyone did not support that invasion nor the war. Was it the Greatest generation? YES. Did everyone support it? No.
    I think that is a point that is lost on alot of younger people today. It was not the 100% popular opinion that we should liberate the world. There were anti-US maggots back then, too. It was also in the immediate aftermath of a sucker punch on the US that killed thousands.

    But what happened was that our government leaders made decisions not based on opinion polls, but based on what was right and what was ultimately going to be best for the US. Only the most anti-US maggots could argue that the world was not better off w/o Aryan totalitarianism and Japanese imperialism.

    What has bothered me lately is the difference in the American Spirit in 2005 vs. 1942. Could we devote the sacrifice and effort to a war like they did in WWII? Industry converted to the war machine. Women stepping up and keeping the country in business. War bonds. 2 million person military.

    The answer, if I really analyzed it, scares me.

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    Ditto George.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BFDNJFF
    bud you realy need to lighten up that in no way mocks conservatives !

    I really don't care who it mocks. I don't think that something as significant as D-Day should be used to mock anyone. Your opinion may be that I need to lighten up and roll your eyes at me, but I really don't care.

    Have you read the history of World War II?
    Yes. And I have gone far above that. My Grandfather was scheduled to be among the first to go on D-Day, but his unit's orders were changed at the last minute. Having listened to him talk about D-Day and the aftermath was history first hand. It's something that a lot of people today could stand to listen to.
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    Well up to now, this had been a friendly disagreement. Guess you couldn't let it go without stirring something up.

    I deleted a statement on here which would have drug me down to his immature level.
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    Robert:

    No one said that it was only certain people hitting the beaches in 1944. It was a cross section of our country and our allies that stormed ashore and each of us should give thanks to them all. My point was that not everyone was for it but I mentioned no party because it was not germane to what I was TRYING to say.

    Let's not get this thread banned.
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    Default This is meandering..

    Well, this kinda got off course in a quicky!
    My dad served in both theaters(for the younguns, there was the Pacific and European theaters) during WW II. I can't say that I'm sorry he missed D-Day after hearing other vets describe it who were there.
    As far as whether or not there was wide sweeping support or dissent for our involvement in WW II, I fail to see the connection to Great Britain deporting bad guys. If there was an anti-war sentiment in 1942, it went most unnoticed. And besides; with soooooo many supporting the war, I think anyone speaking against it would have had their head handed to them.
    The problem today is that people thought that since we were always the Super Country coming to everyone's aid in their times of need that we couldn't possibly have anyone wanting to hurt us, let alone invade our country. Who could be so anti American as to randomly kill people that they didn't know?
    There I go. I was complaining of this thread being off track and I just did it.
    When you consider that the major acts of terrorism committed since 1968 have been committed by Muslim males between the ages of 17-40, that pretty much speaks for itself.
    So; should we target/profile certain types to round up and deport? Well, insert your own opinion here.
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    Chief Reason :

    I have a great deal of respect for you. However, I would be remiss if I didn't comment on this:

    If there was an anti-war sentiment in 1942, it went most unnoticed. And besides; with soooooo many supporting the war, I think anyone speaking against it would have had their head handed to them.
    It did not go unnoticed. People were speaking out. FDR was being attacked for being an interventionist and American Communists were looking at the situation as a chance to insert themselves further into our government. This I know from reading and talking to many veterans of that era as well as political memoirs and historical records of major newspapers.

    You are correct that in most places if you spoke out against our men in uniform you had a great chance of having your head handed to you on a silver platter. That generation fought on three fronts - Europe, the Pacific, and to a much smaller degree but also important - the rise of socialism in our country. They were successful.

    The people now who speak out against our country-against our men and women - are... well lets say that I can't say what I really feel because this is not the place.

    It is so ludicrous to hear "I support our troops - but not the war." Really? Thats like saying you support the New York Giants - except when they have to play the game. (Not saying war is a game) But - anyway...if we let these yahoos bring America down where they think it belongs it will be the end of the Republic. We can't stand for that - nor should we.

    Okay - now this will get ugly but I am not responding to personal attacks as the WT has rightly stated that shouldn't happen. I will be glad to debate but if it turns personal - this thread will get zapped. Which is something I think at least one person knows - so he attempts to turn it into that and then waits for the thread to be closed.
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    Jack:
    I understand what you are saying. Many of us who read volumes on WW II know that the political climate was changing in this country during that time.
    The point that I was trying to make is that, by comparison, for instance, you do not see the tag line "was an unpopular war" attached to WW II in the history books. You have to dig deep to find the anti-war references and they are few. However; if you have read anything on Vietnam, you will notice that much discussion is given to the politics and the anti-war movement that was afoot in this country at that time.
    Whoops; there I go again.
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