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PERVERSITIES OF THE ENGLISH LEFTIST MENTALITY

 
 
Reply Sat 3 May, 2008 09:42 pm
Two unarmed detectives against five guys who had chains and hammers. Things looked grim, particularly when one of the gang became curious as to what the cops had eaten for breakfast and produced a knife to help him find out. But then help arrived in the form of a nondescript private citizen wielding a cheap samurai sword. "Leave him alone, he's a police officer!" he yelled, and charged the gang single-handedly. He fought bravely, if not particularly well, and managed to inflict a minor wound on one of the burglars. Criminals being a cowardly and superstitious lot, the gang broke and ran. The detectives managed to tackle and bag one criminal each, but by the time they had subdued their respective catches the good Samaritan had slipped away. That guy had balls as big as church bells, and I don't just mean that because he went toe-to-toe with a swarm of ne'er-do-wells. While self defense is not illegal in England, or at least it isn't technically illegal, it is against the law to use anything designed as a weapon to defend yourself.

Local Detective Inspector Peter Bent stated
"It needs to be said we cannot condone vigilantism
or people running around with swords or weapons.
It will be up to the Crown Prosecution Service whether
they see his actions as justified
or going beyond reasonable force
."

http://www.hellinahandbasket.net/


What is the appropriate criminal penalty
for this sord (not sword) waver ? how long in jail ?
maybe a big fine ? How about a ton of English sterling silver ?

I am under the impression that until some time around 1920,
the English had full freedom of self defense and of unquestioned access
to the equipment thereof. I believe that England was a very different place,
with much more personal freedom when my grandfather left Devonshire in the 1800s.
Perhaps our English (or Irish ?) friends can enlighten us more precisely about that.




David
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dlowan
 
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Reply Sat 3 May, 2008 09:54 pm
Hmmmm....is it possible that it is the departure of Omsig's ancestor to which the UK owes its blessed freedom from the appalling daily death and injury toll to which the citizens of the US are subjected to by their ridiculously over-armed fellow nationals, aided and abetted by those to whom the right to deal death unfettered is more important than a reasonable and civilised society?



If so, I suggest a national "Omsig-absence Day" for the UK to celebrate its freedom!!!
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ossobuco
 
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Reply Sat 3 May, 2008 10:08 pm
Oh, look look, look, look, he's yelling again.
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edgarblythe
 
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Reply Sat 3 May, 2008 10:52 pm
PERVERSITIES OF THE ENGLISH LEFTIST MENTALITY

As told by one of the idiots of all time
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OmSigDAVID
 
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Reply Sun 4 May, 2008 01:27 am
edgarblythe wrote:
PERVERSITIES OF THE ENGLISH LEFTIST MENTALITY

As told by one of the idiots of all time

Is THAT the worst u can do ?
I expected worse of u !

R u getting old, Ed ?
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OmSigDAVID
 
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Reply Sun 4 May, 2008 01:34 am
ossobuco wrote:
Oh, look look, look, look, he's yelling again.

I did not say that.
I hi lit the quotation from the bad guy:
the English Detective Inspector, setting it forth in red
to distinguish it from the facts of the story.

That makes it easier to demonstrate the point
of the English persecuting the heros.

C what I mean ?




David
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OmSigDAVID
 
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Reply Sun 4 May, 2008 02:00 am
dlowan wrote:
Hmmmm....is it possible that it is the departure of Omsig's ancestor to which the UK owes its blessed freedom from the appalling daily death and injury toll to which the citizens of the US are subjected to by their ridiculously over-armed fellow nationals, aided and abetted by those to whom the right to deal death unfettered is more important than a reasonable and civilised society?



If so, I suggest a national "Omsig-absence Day" for the UK to celebrate its freedom!!!

Its funny (tho a little off topic) but, since u bring it up,
however indirectly: I came close to not being an American.
That 's like being grazed by a bullet-burn.

My grandparents came to NY on their honeymoon of a year 's duration in 1897.
About a year later, my Uncle Bill was born here in NYC.
When he was 12, in 1910, he got into a quarrel with my grandfather (his father)
over proper English table manners, and whether or not he wud observe them,
which resulted in his being thrown out of the house.
Being an American citizen, by birthright, he took a ship to NY and
about 15 years later the rest of my family followed, such that
I was able to be born here too, and became an American;
otherwise, I 'd only be an Englishman; I 'd NOT like THAT !

I owe my American citizenship to my uncle 's spirit of libertarianism,
and to my grandfather 's intolerance.





David
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