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    Quote Originally Posted by Arundelred
    The trouble is that you can not have a legetimate debate without being branded a racist..
    Oh ! and the cap does not fit in my case. I will refrain from calling you an idiot because i believe you are not..Anag..I might be wrong though..
    Surely if you express racist views , you must expect to be branded as such and while you are cleaning up your act stop circumventing the swear filter. Like you it's there for a purpose, although in your case I've yet to discover what that purpose is. :/ [/quote]Fkin mard @rse..Are you saying i am a racist ? libel..

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    Quote Originally Posted by AnagRam
    With respect gaz, I'd say that describing those who disrupt an Easter Sunday peace gathering to 'confront Muslim women, make nazi salutes and chant anti-immigrant slogans' as 'hooligans' is not entirely unreasonable.
    As for TMS, laz...who it appears wasn't banned at all and as I'm sure you'll be able to confirm...I have made absolutely no complaint about at all, he may be the 'salt of the earth' but it would help if he could get through a post without telling me to ph*** *** and use terms which were generally identified as being unhelpfully unacceptable over half a century ago.
    They are classing them as football hooligans
    You or I don't see the whole story so we are ill equipped to make informed decisions

    So people decide to believe the media

    You have to understand TMS as you call him is never likely to change his ways for anyone and if you get such a reply it is credit to you that he has bothered to read your post :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by alfinyalcabo
    Who's doing the complaining Laz? and shame them.. Or better still let them tell us themselves the cowardly conts
    Complaints are confidential

    But it aint you Alfie

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    Quote Originally Posted by AnagRam
    With respect gaz, I'd say that describing those who disrupt an Easter Sunday peace gathering to 'confront Muslim women, make nazi salutes and chant anti-immigrant slogans' as 'hooligans' is not entirely unreasonable.
    As for TMS, laz...who it appears wasn't banned at all and as I'm sure you'll be able to confirm...I have made absolutely no complaint about at all, he may be the 'salt of the earth' but it would help if he could get through a post without telling me to ph*** *** and use terms which were generally identified as being unhelpfully unacceptable over half a century ago.
    I can confirm that AnagRam has not made any complaints. Alf we can't divulge who has been complaining or we would be in serious trouble with Footymad, but I hope that person reads this and stops complaining. Spirit does use the word phuck quite often which is his own version to get around the swear filter and I often use it myself now, believe me he has used

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    Quote Originally Posted by AnagRam
    With respect gaz, I'd say that describing those who disrupt an Easter Sunday peace gathering to 'confront Muslim women, make nazi salutes and chant anti-immigrant slogans' as 'hooligans' is not entirely unreasonable.
    As for TMS, laz...who it appears wasn't banned at all and as I'm sure you'll be able to confirm...I have made absolutely no complaint about at all, he may be the 'salt of the earth' but it would help if he could get through a post without telling me to ph*** *** and use terms which were generally identified as being unhelpfully unacceptable over half a century ago.
    Screamer !

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    Quote Originally Posted by lazaat
    With respect gaz, I'd say that describing those who disrupt an Easter Sunday peace gathering to 'confront Muslim women, make nazi salutes and chant anti-immigrant slogans' as 'hooligans' is not entirely unreasonable.
    As for TMS, laz...who it appears wasn't banned at all and as I'm sure you'll be able to confirm...I have made absolutely no complaint about at all, he may be the 'salt of the earth' but it would help if he could get through a post without telling me to ph*** *** and use terms which were generally identified as being unhelpfully unacceptable over half a century ago.
    I can confirm that AnagRam has not made any complaints. Alf we can't divulge who has been complaining or we would be in serious trouble with Footymad, but I hope that person reads this and stops complaining. Spirit does use the word phuck quite often which is his own version to get around the swear filter and I ofte

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    Cowardly bastids - view external link

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    Quote Originally Posted by alfinyalcabo
    You can never defeat terrorism ,just defend against it.. Just look at Mandela , a true terrorist at heart who has many African people's lives on his hands but the world seemed to idolise the murderous terrorist for some reason.. It's a strange world we live in...

    As for people complaining to footymad they really ought to get a life. FFS it's a forum to air your views whether racist or not,if you don't like what people say, say so, but don't go telling tales out of school to footymad ..whoever complained wants to get a life and give up posting on here..
    This site has always been known for saying what you think without fear of banning
    Mm theres a world of difference between someone fighting an oppressive regime in their country - unless you consider white South African rule over the black majority as legitimate and a bunch of cowards who suicide bomb innocent civilians for no reason whatsoever!

    I take it if the UK beca

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    People should expect others to have different views and indeed different ways of expressing them

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    We must ban narrow mindness eh ! ????????

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    Eh?

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    Quote Originally Posted by gaz1959
    Eh?
    Yeh ! ban eh aswell..

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    when I find him / her i will say eh up lad / lass

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    Maybe we should stop posting about such 'heavy' topics and get back to more lighthearted things like football? It's obvious we all have different views and opinions and that is ok, I think we should be pleased that on SM we have a board where we can air our views and everyone is entitled to do that. As Alf said if you don't like or agree with what someone's has said then tell them but to keep hitting the complaint button is really a last resort?

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    London pays respect to Brussels - view external link

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    Quote Originally Posted by Turfmoorspirit
    With respect gaz, I'd say that describing those who disrupt an Easter Sunday peace gathering to 'confront Muslim women, make nazi salutes and chant anti-immigrant slogans' as 'hooligans' is not entirely unreasonable.
    As for TMS, laz...who it appears wasn't banned at all and as I'm sure you'll be able to confirm...I have made absolutely no complaint about at all, he may be the 'salt of the earth' but it would help if he could get through a post without telling me to ph*** *** and use terms which were generally identified as being unhelpfully unacceptable over half a century ago.
    I can confirm that AnagRam has not made any complaints. Alf we can't divulge who has been complaining or we would be in serious trouble with Footymad, but I hope that person reads this and stops complaining. Spirit does use the word phuck quite often which is his own

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    Seems The heading was correct and there were English fans there also joining forces with the Germans
    Not going to help the cause in the long run but do these guys think they are making a good protest. Surely they never intended to see it get out of hand

    If some were directly insulting Muslim females then of course that is very wrong

    Where the hell are we headed is the real question.

    Just on this little forum it seems to cause issue where debate is not being had but forced views are expressed :-/

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    Quote Originally Posted by lazaat
    Maybe we should stop posting about such 'heavy' topics and get back to more lighthearted things like football? It's obvious we all have different views and opinions and that is ok, I think we should be pleased that on SM we have a board where we can air our views and everyone is entitled to do that. As Alf said if you don't like or agree with what someone's has said then tell them but to keep hitting the complaint button is really a last resort?
    It would be a shame if we had to stop none football related topics as there are many topics that go hand in hand with football.. It would kill footymad..
    Just my opinion.. On the subject of killing.. It should be banned..

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    Quote Originally Posted by AnagRam
    With respect gaz, I'd say that describing those who disrupt an Easter Sunday peace gathering to 'confront Muslim women, make nazi salutes and chant anti-immigrant slogans' as 'hooligans' is not entirely unreasonable.
    As for TMS, laz...who it appears wasn't banned at all and as I'm sure you'll be able to confirm...I have made absolutely no complaint about at all, he may be the 'salt of the earth' but it would help if he could get through a post without telling me to ph*** *** and use terms which were generally identified as being unhelpfully unacceptable over half a century ago.
    I can confirm that AnagRam has not made any complaints. Alf we can't divulge who has been complaining or we would be in serious trouble with Footymad, but I hope that person reads this and stops complaining. Spirit does use th

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    I agree Mark but some on here are taking other posters views too seriously and thats because unlike me, gaz and the Burnley boys some don't know you are on a big wind up LOL

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