Stupid bastards

The government is investigating a possible ban on British National party members working as teachers in schools in a move that could challenge the legitimacy of the far-right party.

Why is it that these people cannot understand the most simple basic points about freedom and liberty?

You can think what you damn well like. It\’s only actions which are proscribed.

12 thoughts on “Stupid bastards”

  1. “You can think what you damn well like. “

    ‘Yeah, yeah, but we’re working on that! We need more time. And resources…’ – the progressives

  2. When are we going to get around to banning the Labour party members. Their party has actually damaged the country while the BNP so far has done little.

    It’s amazing the amount of fuss politicians make over the BNP. Shows they still cannot prioritise.

  3. What about the trots, marxists, maoists and other assorted apologists for terror.

    How can membership of a legal political party be used to ban someone from a job? They would insist on membership of UKIP or Tory parties to be banned as well if they thought they could get away with it.

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  6. Maybe, just Maybe if parents had choices over the school their children went to then the school would be faced with lots of parents removing their children from a School with BNP teachers….

    You know this freedom of choice and views of society thing might even be aligned somehow…

  7. “What about the trots, marxists, maoists and other assorted apologists for terror.”

    Well, that would halve the public pension liability at a stroke…

  8. Fuck ’em. If the Labour party insists in legitimising this kind of thing then they won’t have any room to complain about what DC might do after the next election…

    I say it again, fuck ’em. I used to believe in that old Voltaire saying (which apparently was not him at all) – I disagree with you but I will defend to the death your right to say it – well not any more. If you insist on spouting anything Labour supporting then you deserve to be fucking hung. In fact hangings far too good for you unless the rope is a bit short…

  9. “Fuck ‘em. If the Labour party insists in legitimising this kind of thing then they won’t have any room to complain about what DC might do after the next election…”

    Indeed. For a start, the new government should shut off that “modernising unions” fund (tax payer -> Government -> unions -> Labour Party). Then it should outlaw unions giving money to parties (along with corporate donations). See how far Labour gets with money from non-existent members.

    Then the screw can be tightened further: all those “charities” with bien pensant Guardianistas on the boards. Cut their state funding right out: only charities that bid for open Government tenders for services should receive Government cash. See if they can make up their reduced earnings from writing drivel for the Guardian when it no longer exists (shut down due to the lack of advertising revenue for all those governmental non-jobs that no longer exist).

  10. “Then it should outlaw unions giving money to parties (along with corporate donations).”

    Hey, that’s my idea! It really would be strategically clever. The Tories are not nearly as reliant on corporate money as Labour is on union money, and it would be politically unarguable that it would not sanitise politics to outlaw both. I think it’s an important part of reactivating Britain’s immune system against ever being infected by the Labour virus ever again.

  11. Teachers should not be bringing their politics, their religion, their sexual orientation, into the classroom.

    It is supposed to be their workplace, and they are supposed to be professionals.

    Unfortunately, a large sector of the teaching profession are ruled by a leftie doctrine of getting “down with the kids”, which has led to them spraying their personal views around like incontinent tomcats. While they were busily indoctrinating their pupils with gay pride, global warmening, international socialism, islamism, the innocence of sexual relations between the staff and the sixth form, and “sticking it to the man”, who was actually paying their wages, they failed to notice that they had opened a barn door.

    Any dork can walk through an open barn door.

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