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MONTY you arse!



 
 
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Old July 29th 03, 06:08 PM posted to uk.telecom.broadband
Simon Harvey
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Monty,


You need to have lived through the late forties and fifties to realize
just what a crap country the UK has been turned into. Damn it back
then if you saw a black or brown face once a year it was an happening
now in 2003 its an happening if you see a bloody white face once a
year.


Keep your ignorant racisit **** off our board.

This county is all the better for the diversity of culture, skin colour and
creed, and all the worse for idiots like you. I actually thought the country
was doing a a pretty good job of getting rid of the attitudes of idiot
minorities likes yours. Yours in one culture this planet could do with out
as a whole. Thank god some people are smart enough to realise that.

Watch yourself.

Simon

Definition: - I'd sooner die

[n] a person who has conservative ideas or opinions

[adj] resistant to change

[adj] conforming to the standards and conventions of the middle class; "a
bourgeois mentality"

[adj] unimaginatively conventional; "a colorful character in the
buttoned-down, dull-gray world of business"- Newsweek

[adj] avoiding excess; "a conservative estimate"

[adj] opposed to liberal reforms



Synonyms: blimpish, bourgeois, button-down, buttoned-down, buttoned-up,
cautious, conservativist, conventional, fusty, hidebound, materialistic,
middle-class, moderate, nonprogressive, standpat(a), traditionalist,
ultraconservative, unprogressive



Antonyms: liberal, liberal, progressive



Definition:

[n] a person who favors a political philosophy of progress and reform and
the protection of civil liberties

[n] a person who favors an economic theory of laissez-faire and
self-regulating markets

[adj] tolerant of change; not bound by authoritarianism, orthodoxy, or
tradition

[adj] showing or characterized by broad-mindedness; "a broad political
stance"; "generous and broad sympathies"; "a liberal newspaper"; "tolerant
of his opponent's opinions"

[adj] not literal; "a loose interpretation of what she had been told"; "a
free translation of the poem"

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of God"; "bountiful compliments"; "a freehanded host"; "a handsome
allowance"; "Saturday's child is loving and giving"; "a liberal backer of
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[adj] having political or social views favoring reform and progress







Synonyms: big, bighearted, bounteous, bountiful, broad, broad-minded,
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liberalistic, loose, neoliberal, openhanded, progressive, progressive,
reformist, socialised, socialized, tolerant, welfare(a), welfare-statist,
welfarist



Antonyms: conservative, conservative, conservativist


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Old July 29th 03, 07:33 PM posted to uk.telecom.broadband
Simon Harvey
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Oh,
I forgot to mention, that as for the EU, regardless of its problems, of
which there are many, intelligent liberal people are doing their darndest to
make sure that monkeys like you can have genuine input into the system and
have access to any information you want.

Regardless of that, the EU is the most powerful single body on the planet
(if they could coordinate policy) and the fact that I can go into any number
of countries without a passport, work, live and play there without any
questions asked, is a truly incredible thing.

If it were up to people with your "ideology" women, black people and those
who don't own property wouldnt be able to vote and slavery would be common
place even in places like America that thinks its the best and most wise
democracy on earth. Maybe you should go and help Bush trash that company and
leave the rest of us muddle through in our own backwards little way.

Sorry to everyone (apart from Monty and his supporters) for the OT nature of
this post but I think sorting this little c$%t out will serve all our
interests instead of letting him print his midless drivel on our largely
decent and cool board.

I'm sorry if you disagree, but I doubt you've been caused any
inconvienience. You decided to read this

Take care everyone (apart from monty and his supporters)
Kindest Regards

Simon


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Old July 29th 03, 10:14 PM posted to uk.telecom.broadband
peter
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"Simon Harvey" wrote in message
...
Oh,
I forgot to mention, that as for the EU, regardless of its problems, of
which there are many, intelligent liberal people are doing their darndest

to
make sure that monkeys like you can have genuine input into the system and
have access to any information you want.

Regardless of that, the EU is the most powerful single body on the planet
(if they could coordinate policy) and the fact that I can go into any

number
of countries without a passport, work, live and play there without any
questions asked, is a truly incredible thing.

If it were up to people with your "ideology" women, black people and those
who don't own property wouldnt be able to vote and slavery would be common
place even in places like America that thinks its the best and most wise
democracy on earth. Maybe you should go and help Bush trash that company

and
leave the rest of us muddle through in our own backwards little way.

Sorry to everyone (apart from Monty and his supporters) for the OT nature

of
this post but I think sorting this little c$%t out will serve all our
interests instead of letting him print his midless drivel on our largely
decent and cool board.

I'm sorry if you disagree, but I doubt you've been caused any
inconvienience. You decided to read this

Take care everyone (apart from monty and his supporters)
Kindest Regards

Simon

Some may argue that it has been 'liberalism' that helped define many of

our current ills. From your 1st para. I can now understand.
They have been unintelligent liberals. Right?

Peter


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Old July 29th 03, 10:47 PM posted to uk.telecom.broadband
Jason Russell
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Default MONTY you arse!

In ,
Simon Harvey typed:
and the fact that I can go

into any number of countries without a passport, work, live and play
there without any questions asked, is a truly incredible thing.

Not true. Just try going into any european country without your passport.
At the minimum you need some form of recognised ID.

Jason





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Old July 29th 03, 11:36 PM posted to uk.telecom.broadband
Alastair
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"Jason Russell" wrote in
message ...
In ,
Simon Harvey typed:
and the fact that I can go

into any number of countries without a passport, work, live and play
there without any questions asked, is a truly incredible thing.

Not true. Just try going into any european country without your passport.
At the minimum you need some form of recognised ID.


When I lived in Germany I came and went without my passport, though
I did occasionally need my driving licence or similar. Coming back into
Britain was the only time a passport was essential.


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Old July 30th 03, 12:11 AM posted to uk.telecom.broadband
Dave F
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Monty offered the following:

On Tue, 29 Jul 2003 22:47:37 +0100, "Jason Russell"
wrote:
Not true. Just try going into any european country without your
passport. At the minimum you need some form of recognised ID.

And try trotting over to the US with no money in your pocket no where
to stay and no prospects of a job and what will Bush say to you !!! .
"Get back on that 747 you have just got of and get back where you
have come from we are not a very soft touch like my friend Tony is" .
Hell fire you have to be 100% fit and in good health have enough cash
to keep yourself and your family for a minimum of six months and be
able to meet many other conditions of entry before you will be allowed
to stay. Here you can arrive at Heathrow or Dover in the nude and
Blair will stick you in a bloody taxi and wisk you off to Burtons
first then get the driver to take you to the free hand out office and
then give you the keys to a brand new house or flat depending on your
family circumstances .


Utter ********.


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Old July 30th 03, 01:27 AM posted to uk.telecom.broadband
Stephen A
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"Monty" wrote in message
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| And try trotting over to the US with no money in your pocket no where
| to stay and no prospects of a job and what will Bush say to you !!! .
| "Get back on that 747 you have just got of and get back where you
| have come from we are not a very soft touch like my friend Tony is" .

Do you understand democracy, civility and human rights?


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Old July 30th 03, 01:40 AM posted to uk.telecom.broadband
Keith Roberts
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Monty wrote:
On Tue, 29 Jul 2003 22:47:37 +0100, "Jason Russell"
wrote:
Not true. Just try going into any european country without your
passport. At the minimum you need some form of recognised ID.

And try trotting over to the US with no money in your pocket no where
to stay and no prospects of a job and what will Bush say to you !!! .
"Get back on that 747 you have just got of and get back where you
have come from we are not a very soft touch like my friend Tony is" .
Hell fire you have to be 100% fit and in good health have enough cash
to keep yourself and your family for a minimum of six months and be
able to meet many other conditions of entry before you will be allowed
to stay. Here you can arrive at Heathrow or Dover in the nude and
Blair will stick you in a bloody taxi and wisk you off to Burtons
first then get the driver to take you to the free hand out office and
then give you the keys to a brand new house or flat depending on your
family circumstances .
Monty .


Why dont you go off to the states then - you dont like it here - dont bother
to send a postcard when you get there


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Old July 30th 03, 02:32 AM posted to uk.telecom.broadband
Monty
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On Wed, 30 Jul 2003 00:40:28 +0000 (UTC), "Keith Roberts"
wrote:
Why dont you go off to the states then - you dont like it here - dont bother
to send a postcard when you get there

What and loose the state pension that I have paid for over many
years so that Blair can give it someone from some forign land who
hasn't paid a penny into the kitty not on your life .
Things will be great here once we have a BMP member residing in No 10
and that day isn't so far off mark my words .
Monty .
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Old July 30th 03, 07:40 AM posted to uk.telecom.broadband
TEQ
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"Monty" wrote in message
...
On Wed, 30 Jul 2003 00:40:28 +0000 (UTC), "Keith Roberts"
wrote:
Why dont you go off to the states then - you dont like it here - dont

bother
to send a postcard when you get there

What and loose the state pension that I have paid for over many
years so that Blair can give it someone from some forign land who
hasn't paid a penny into the kitty not on your life .
Things will be great here once we have a BMP member residing in No 10
and that day isn't so far off mark my words .
Monty .


The day a BNP* member gets into number 10 is the day that Satan will be
skating to work. Although it was 50 years ago, people still remember WWII,
and although a few seats may get swayed by jingoistic rhetoric, the majority
of the voting public, they will never garner enough votes to win a majority.
The BNP are a bunch of losers**, always have been and always will be. I have
taken great delight in confronting these arseholes round the country when I
have encountered them, and to a man, they much prefer violence than reasoned
discourse.
When as a collective group,(what would the collective noun for a group of
BNP members be? Ah! I know - A bunch of thugs), you can stop dragging your
knuckles in the mud and string some coherent sentences together, with some
rationality behind them - you might stand a chance. Until that day? You're
just another lunatic fringe minority party.


*(note the N, not an M.)
**(note the single 'o' in lose. You can let LOOSE the dogs of war, or you
can lose your pension.)


 




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