How / where does she link religious belief to biology?
You know the word racist has been redefined by the woke to mean 'anyone who criticises mass immigration'.
I seldom do politics - it's often a futile affair in the context of 'chat' forums. That said, if Morrissey is taken out of the equation for a moment, can someone explain the actual real world threats / dangers people would be exposed to day to day by that marginal group with a few hundred votes total ever and what issues that poses to the majority of the populace.
I presume, as long as they don't cross the line in to 'extremism' and maintain being a "legitimate" electable party via the Electoral Commission then they have the right to exist (extremism here is defined as anything that would get their party removed from elections - not what people think they may be doing).
Isn't the point here that democracy is working as they never get any power or influence and remain marginalised.
Conversely, if 60% of the population suddenly voted for them then we're in to 'will of the people' territory and that would be equally valid in a democratic system.
I'm not getting the scale of vitriol aimed at them as I'm not seeing any huge consequences for having such an insignificant group bite at people's ankles or that anyone is at significant risk from their rhetoric.
Sensible replies welcomed rather than 'they think the opposite of me therefore they're the enemy & automatically wrong' arguments.
A. She directly links it to biology in the speech she gave to the Generation Identity conference.
B. How would immigration laws keep Islam out if you weren't assuming that everyone from a geographical location share the same beliefs?
C. She uses arguments about birth rates so assumes even the unborn have religious beliefs.
A. Haven't listened to that speech. Sounds like your take on it though.
B. Had a quick look at the immigration section of For Britain's manifesto on their website. Doesn't mention the word Muslim anywhere.
C. Let's see what the 2021 census shows. The 2011 census found that 1 in 10 babies and toddlers in England and Wales were Muslim.
Total and utter crap as always. They were blatantly a far-right party when he promoted them. The manifesto was out for all to see in March 2019 well before he wore that bloody pin. Slash taxes for the rich including abolishing inheritance tax, freeze immigration, scrap foreign aid and green taxes to spend billions more on military expenditure, deny the climate crisis. Classic far right policies - a bunch of truly nasty f***ers, and all clear to see in early 2019 on their website. Yes, that's right - he probably just chanced upon the pin. Where I live, you can't move for For Britain pins littering the ground.
Swords is a collection of B-sides. What are you expecting St. Pepper? The record had some good cuts on it as well. "Ganglord", "My Dearest Love", Christian Dior, Shame Is The Name" to name just a few.I don’t and won’t and haven’t in a long time, haven’t given that c*** a dime since 2009 in fact I want my 5 bucks back for that shit Swords album I last purchased.
And a dam fine collection of music it is... Rather underratedSwords is a collection of B-sides. What are you expecting St. Pepper? The record had some good cuts on it as well. "Ganglord", "My Dearest Love", Christian Dior, Shame Is The Name" to name just a few.
No offence, but, you've got to be kidding.No, it's not blindingly obvious Peanut.
They didn't have those immigration policies at the time he mentioned them.
She was heavily pushing opposition to halal slaughter, fgm, forced marriage, blasphemy laws, criminal justice failings & honour killings as a deliberate strategy to attract liberals who felt the left would never adequately tackle these issues.
So, no immigration would not be his primary attraction.
No offence, but, you've got to be kidding.
Anne Marie was too extreme for UKIP as far back as 2016 (including due to her immigration policies).
Moz mentions her at the 2017 Maida Vale recording, and wears his For Britain badge in 2019.
To suggest that he was unaware of her most controversial positions by that stage is ludicrous.
https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&sou...FjABegQIBRAC&usg=AOvVaw1AZEwQC4awvztFnMU0noQRNo it wasn't. She was still working on it.
& they're not classic far right policies.
He could get that from the Tory party.
What he couldn't get is the animal welfare stuff.
And he wouldn't get much about secularism either since nearly all parties like to woo local religious leaders.
Do you think Waters, Katsis and SER are f***ing him up big time. Katsist's comments are on every mainstream channel and there's not much support from any of them.
You are a total f***ing liar. Please see the manifesto at the above link dated March 2019 i.e. well before he wore their ugly badge. I remember looking it up at the time in utter disbelief that Morrissey would lend his support to this crap. The Conservatives wouldn't go anywhere near these policies these days. For Britain are massively to their right. The way you bend the truth in a desperate and delusional attempt to clear Morrissey of any wrongdoing is chilling.