Mum assaulted staff at Hightown Primary School in Southampton

Hightown Primary School in Southampton

Hightown Primary School in Southampton

First published in News Daily Echo: Photograph of the Author by , Education Reporter

A MUM has been convicted of assaulting four members of staff in front of children at a Southampton school while under the influence of alcohol.

Kellie James pushed workers at Hightown Primary School as they tried to calm her down when she began aggressively banging on doors and windows.

The 29-year-old knocked one woman to the floor as staff attempted to coax her from the building.

Foul-mouthed Once back outside the school after she had been arrested, James then launched into a foul-mouthed tirade within earshot of youngsters, and racially abused a police officer.

James appeared at Southampton Magistrates’ Court after admitting four charges of assault by beating and another of using |racially-aggravated threatening words or behaviour.

Police were called to the Tunstall Road school, in Thornhill, at 5.20pm on November 7 following two 999 calls from staff, who said they had been assaulted.

Workers at the school told officers James appeared to have been drinking when she became aggressive, but attempts to placate her failed.

In one classroom she grabbed a woman much smaller than herself and threw her to the ground, before pushing a teacher.

They said staff repeatedly asked her to calm down and tried to lead her back out of the school, but without success. Police arrested James on suspicion of assault, but while they were waiting to take her into custody she was again verbally abusive, including making racially offensive comments to a PC.

James, whose address was given as Old School Close, Holbury, pleaded guilty to assaulting Sandy Ainslie, Sheena Salter, Michael Payne and Natalie Taylor.

Magistrates gave her a 12-month community supervision order. She was also ordered to pay £85 costs and £60 in victim surcharges.

After the sentencing, a spokesman for Hightown Primary said: “This was a very distressing incident, and one that everyone at the school wants to put behind them.

“Behaviour like this is completely unacceptable and should not be tolerated by anyone, especially hard working staff who only want the best for the school and the children. “Thankfully this was a very unusual occurrence.

“As always the safety of staff and pupils at the school is our main concern.”

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9:17am Sat 22 Dec 12

hulla baloo says...

Basically no punishment then.
Basically no punishment then. hulla baloo
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9:27am Sat 22 Dec 12

Inform Al says...

hulla baloo wrote:
Basically no punishment then.
The loss of £145 might keep her off booze for a couple of days.
[quote][p][bold]hulla baloo[/bold] wrote: Basically no punishment then.[/p][/quote]The loss of £145 might keep her off booze for a couple of days. Inform Al
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9:28am Sat 22 Dec 12

southy says...

Its the social condidions of today that cause the majority of problems.
No jobs, cheap drink.
Its the social condidions of today that cause the majority of problems. No jobs, cheap drink. southy
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9:33am Sat 22 Dec 12

freefinker says...

southy wrote:
Its the social condidions of today that cause the majority of problems.
No jobs, cheap drink.
Don’t be so daft southy.
According to your wholly inaccurate and exaggerated statistics there are over 9 million unemployed. They all have ‘cheap drink’ available.
Are there 9 million people acting like this?
No, of course not.
[quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: Its the social condidions of today that cause the majority of problems. No jobs, cheap drink.[/p][/quote]Don’t be so daft southy. According to your wholly inaccurate and exaggerated statistics there are over 9 million unemployed. They all have ‘cheap drink’ available. Are there 9 million people acting like this? No, of course not. freefinker
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9:43am Sat 22 Dec 12

Big Mac says...

Southy's been on the wine gums again.
Southy's been on the wine gums again. Big Mac
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10:03am Sat 22 Dec 12

cliffwalker says...

Outrageously lenient sentence for multiple assault and racist abuse. Presumably the magistrates who regard this sort of behaviour so lightly have never had to suffer it themselves
Outrageously lenient sentence for multiple assault and racist abuse. Presumably the magistrates who regard this sort of behaviour so lightly have never had to suffer it themselves cliffwalker
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10:19am Sat 22 Dec 12

MGRA says...

southy wrote:
Its the social condidions of today that cause the majority of problems.
No jobs, cheap drink.
Wake up Southy. This family are notorious.... do you homework before making stupid statements.
[quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: Its the social condidions of today that cause the majority of problems. No jobs, cheap drink.[/p][/quote]Wake up Southy. This family are notorious.... do you homework before making stupid statements. MGRA
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10:25am Sat 22 Dec 12

southy says...

freefinker wrote:
southy wrote:
Its the social condidions of today that cause the majority of problems.
No jobs, cheap drink.
Don’t be so daft southy.
According to your wholly inaccurate and exaggerated statistics there are over 9 million unemployed. They all have ‘cheap drink’ available.
Are there 9 million people acting like this?
No, of course not.
Freefinker doing what he best at, twisting words.

Every time theres a major recession or a depression in the job market, Then this one of the many problems that go on a major increase, Other things that go on the increase are suicide, Domestic Violence, illness, Homeless, poverity and robberys and murder.

Just to make it clear for nonefinkers just because lets say we have 9 million people unemployed it do not mean that they would all react in the same way, some it will not effect others it will effect as hope fades away and despair sets in.
[quote][p][bold]freefinker[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: Its the social condidions of today that cause the majority of problems. No jobs, cheap drink.[/p][/quote]Don’t be so daft southy. According to your wholly inaccurate and exaggerated statistics there are over 9 million unemployed. They all have ‘cheap drink’ available. Are there 9 million people acting like this? No, of course not.[/p][/quote]Freefinker doing what he best at, twisting words. Every time theres a major recession or a depression in the job market, Then this one of the many problems that go on a major increase, Other things that go on the increase are suicide, Domestic Violence, illness, Homeless, poverity and robberys and murder. Just to make it clear for nonefinkers just because lets say we have 9 million people unemployed it do not mean that they would all react in the same way, some it will not effect others it will effect as hope fades away and despair sets in. southy
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10:29am Sat 22 Dec 12

southy says...

MGRA that maybe so but what is the pass root cause of it to start happening in the first place.
MGRA that maybe so but what is the pass root cause of it to start happening in the first place. southy
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10:36am Sat 22 Dec 12

andysaints007 says...

southy wrote:
freefinker wrote:
southy wrote:
Its the social condidions of today that cause the majority of problems.
No jobs, cheap drink.
Don’t be so daft southy.
According to your wholly inaccurate and exaggerated statistics there are over 9 million unemployed. They all have ‘cheap drink’ available.
Are there 9 million people acting like this?
No, of course not.
Freefinker doing what he best at, twisting words.

Every time theres a major recession or a depression in the job market, Then this one of the many problems that go on a major increase, Other things that go on the increase are suicide, Domestic Violence, illness, Homeless, poverity and robberys and murder.

Just to make it clear for nonefinkers just because lets say we have 9 million people unemployed it do not mean that they would all react in the same way, some it will not effect others it will effect as hope fades away and despair sets in.
It would be interesting to hear your statistics on how many of these people were in the same situation BEFORE the recession!! Once a lazy p*sshead always a lazy p*sshead !!
[quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]freefinker[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: Its the social condidions of today that cause the majority of problems. No jobs, cheap drink.[/p][/quote]Don’t be so daft southy. According to your wholly inaccurate and exaggerated statistics there are over 9 million unemployed. They all have ‘cheap drink’ available. Are there 9 million people acting like this? No, of course not.[/p][/quote]Freefinker doing what he best at, twisting words. Every time theres a major recession or a depression in the job market, Then this one of the many problems that go on a major increase, Other things that go on the increase are suicide, Domestic Violence, illness, Homeless, poverity and robberys and murder. Just to make it clear for nonefinkers just because lets say we have 9 million people unemployed it do not mean that they would all react in the same way, some it will not effect others it will effect as hope fades away and despair sets in.[/p][/quote]It would be interesting to hear your statistics on how many of these people were in the same situation BEFORE the recession!! Once a lazy p*sshead always a lazy p*sshead !! andysaints007
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10:47am Sat 22 Dec 12

southy says...

andysaints007 wrote:
southy wrote:
freefinker wrote:
southy wrote:
Its the social condidions of today that cause the majority of problems.
No jobs, cheap drink.
Don’t be so daft southy.
According to your wholly inaccurate and exaggerated statistics there are over 9 million unemployed. They all have ‘cheap drink’ available.
Are there 9 million people acting like this?
No, of course not.
Freefinker doing what he best at, twisting words.

Every time theres a major recession or a depression in the job market, Then this one of the many problems that go on a major increase, Other things that go on the increase are suicide, Domestic Violence, illness, Homeless, poverity and robberys and murder.

Just to make it clear for nonefinkers just because lets say we have 9 million people unemployed it do not mean that they would all react in the same way, some it will not effect others it will effect as hope fades away and despair sets in.
It would be interesting to hear your statistics on how many of these people were in the same situation BEFORE the recession!! Once a lazy p*sshead always a lazy p*sshead !!
Are they or is it push on to them, For every action there is a reaction weather it be smaller or greater reaction. for some people this recession as lasted for 30 years
[quote][p][bold]andysaints007[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]freefinker[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: Its the social condidions of today that cause the majority of problems. No jobs, cheap drink.[/p][/quote]Don’t be so daft southy. According to your wholly inaccurate and exaggerated statistics there are over 9 million unemployed. They all have ‘cheap drink’ available. Are there 9 million people acting like this? No, of course not.[/p][/quote]Freefinker doing what he best at, twisting words. Every time theres a major recession or a depression in the job market, Then this one of the many problems that go on a major increase, Other things that go on the increase are suicide, Domestic Violence, illness, Homeless, poverity and robberys and murder. Just to make it clear for nonefinkers just because lets say we have 9 million people unemployed it do not mean that they would all react in the same way, some it will not effect others it will effect as hope fades away and despair sets in.[/p][/quote]It would be interesting to hear your statistics on how many of these people were in the same situation BEFORE the recession!! Once a lazy p*sshead always a lazy p*sshead !![/p][/quote]Are they or is it push on to them, For every action there is a reaction weather it be smaller or greater reaction. for some people this recession as lasted for 30 years southy
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10:57am Sat 22 Dec 12

MGRA says...

southy wrote:
MGRA that maybe so but what is the pass root cause of it to start happening in the first place.
lazy workshy parasites, that is the root cause.
[quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: MGRA that maybe so but what is the pass root cause of it to start happening in the first place.[/p][/quote]lazy workshy parasites, that is the root cause. MGRA
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11:08am Sat 22 Dec 12

mrblunt says...

She should have been jailed as an example to others to show that assaulting school staff and that kind of behaviour on school premises will not be tolerated.
All the other excuses are just hot air to try and excuse unacceptable behaviour
She should have been jailed as an example to others to show that assaulting school staff and that kind of behaviour on school premises will not be tolerated. All the other excuses are just hot air to try and excuse unacceptable behaviour mrblunt
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11:09am Sat 22 Dec 12

andysaints007 says...

southy wrote:
andysaints007 wrote:
southy wrote:
freefinker wrote:
southy wrote:
Its the social condidions of today that cause the majority of problems.
No jobs, cheap drink.
Don’t be so daft southy.
According to your wholly inaccurate and exaggerated statistics there are over 9 million unemployed. They all have ‘cheap drink’ available.
Are there 9 million people acting like this?
No, of course not.
Freefinker doing what he best at, twisting words.

Every time theres a major recession or a depression in the job market, Then this one of the many problems that go on a major increase, Other things that go on the increase are suicide, Domestic Violence, illness, Homeless, poverity and robberys and murder.

Just to make it clear for nonefinkers just because lets say we have 9 million people unemployed it do not mean that they would all react in the same way, some it will not effect others it will effect as hope fades away and despair sets in.
It would be interesting to hear your statistics on how many of these people were in the same situation BEFORE the recession!! Once a lazy p*sshead always a lazy p*sshead !!
Are they or is it push on to them, For every action there is a reaction weather it be smaller or greater reaction. for some people this recession as lasted for 30 years
spoken like a true idiot
[quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]andysaints007[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]freefinker[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: Its the social condidions of today that cause the majority of problems. No jobs, cheap drink.[/p][/quote]Don’t be so daft southy. According to your wholly inaccurate and exaggerated statistics there are over 9 million unemployed. They all have ‘cheap drink’ available. Are there 9 million people acting like this? No, of course not.[/p][/quote]Freefinker doing what he best at, twisting words. Every time theres a major recession or a depression in the job market, Then this one of the many problems that go on a major increase, Other things that go on the increase are suicide, Domestic Violence, illness, Homeless, poverity and robberys and murder. Just to make it clear for nonefinkers just because lets say we have 9 million people unemployed it do not mean that they would all react in the same way, some it will not effect others it will effect as hope fades away and despair sets in.[/p][/quote]It would be interesting to hear your statistics on how many of these people were in the same situation BEFORE the recession!! Once a lazy p*sshead always a lazy p*sshead !![/p][/quote]Are they or is it push on to them, For every action there is a reaction weather it be smaller or greater reaction. for some people this recession as lasted for 30 years[/p][/quote]spoken like a true idiot andysaints007
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11:13am Sat 22 Dec 12

Donald2000 says...

MGRA wrote:
southy wrote:
MGRA that maybe so but what is the pass root cause of it to start happening in the first place.
lazy workshy parasites, that is the root cause.
You don't know anything of the kind though. You don't know the individual circumstances of these unemployed people and basically what you are doing is trying to impose your "values" on others. One day you will be unemployed and people will do the same to you.

Let me tell you a morality tale. One day you might be involved in a road accident. I have a choice of how to deal with you. I could leave you there to bleed out and die, or I could administer first aid and call an ambulance, thereby saving your life. I am on pension credit and I assume you are calling me a lazy workshy parasite. What would you have me do when you have the said accident?
[quote][p][bold]MGRA[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: MGRA that maybe so but what is the pass root cause of it to start happening in the first place.[/p][/quote]lazy workshy parasites, that is the root cause.[/p][/quote]You don't know anything of the kind though. You don't know the individual circumstances of these unemployed people and basically what you are doing is trying to impose your "values" on others. One day you will be unemployed and people will do the same to you. Let me tell you a morality tale. One day you might be involved in a road accident. I have a choice of how to deal with you. I could leave you there to bleed out and die, or I could administer first aid and call an ambulance, thereby saving your life. I am on pension credit and I assume you are calling me a lazy workshy parasite. What would you have me do when you have the said accident? Donald2000
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11:24am Sat 22 Dec 12

Torchie1 says...

southy wrote:
freefinker wrote:
southy wrote:
Its the social condidions of today that cause the majority of problems.
No jobs, cheap drink.
Don’t be so daft southy.
According to your wholly inaccurate and exaggerated statistics there are over 9 million unemployed. They all have ‘cheap drink’ available.
Are there 9 million people acting like this?
No, of course not.
Freefinker doing what he best at, twisting words.

Every time theres a major recession or a depression in the job market, Then this one of the many problems that go on a major increase, Other things that go on the increase are suicide, Domestic Violence, illness, Homeless, poverity and robberys and murder.

Just to make it clear for nonefinkers just because lets say we have 9 million people unemployed it do not mean that they would all react in the same way, some it will not effect others it will effect as hope fades away and despair sets in.
In a way Southy is right. Russia had a dreadful reputation for unemployment, despair and the availability of dirt cheap vodka before the yoke of communism was thrown off. Tight border controls prevented people escaping to the West but it was an open secret that the country was falling to bits.
[quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]freefinker[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: Its the social condidions of today that cause the majority of problems. No jobs, cheap drink.[/p][/quote]Don’t be so daft southy. According to your wholly inaccurate and exaggerated statistics there are over 9 million unemployed. They all have ‘cheap drink’ available. Are there 9 million people acting like this? No, of course not.[/p][/quote]Freefinker doing what he best at, twisting words. Every time theres a major recession or a depression in the job market, Then this one of the many problems that go on a major increase, Other things that go on the increase are suicide, Domestic Violence, illness, Homeless, poverity and robberys and murder. Just to make it clear for nonefinkers just because lets say we have 9 million people unemployed it do not mean that they would all react in the same way, some it will not effect others it will effect as hope fades away and despair sets in.[/p][/quote]In a way Southy is right. Russia had a dreadful reputation for unemployment, despair and the availability of dirt cheap vodka before the yoke of communism was thrown off. Tight border controls prevented people escaping to the West but it was an open secret that the country was falling to bits. Torchie1
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11:31am Sat 22 Dec 12

AndyAndrews says...

Bring on the price increases for booze: it's not as if it's a necessity of life so the poor can't complain...
Bring on the price increases for booze: it's not as if it's a necessity of life so the poor can't complain... AndyAndrews
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11:55am Sat 22 Dec 12

hulla baloo says...

AndyAndrews wrote:
Bring on the price increases for booze: it's not as if it's a necessity of life so the poor can't complain...
Just commit more crime to fund it.
[quote][p][bold]AndyAndrews[/bold] wrote: Bring on the price increases for booze: it's not as if it's a necessity of life so the poor can't complain...[/p][/quote]Just commit more crime to fund it. hulla baloo
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12:01pm Sat 22 Dec 12

andysaints007 says...

AndyAndrews wrote:
Bring on the price increases for booze: it's not as if it's a necessity of life so the poor can't complain...
cigarettes are more expensive but they still somehow manage to find the money for them !!
[quote][p][bold]AndyAndrews[/bold] wrote: Bring on the price increases for booze: it's not as if it's a necessity of life so the poor can't complain...[/p][/quote]cigarettes are more expensive but they still somehow manage to find the money for them !! andysaints007
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12:05pm Sat 22 Dec 12

chavfreezone says...

Sterilise the Jeremy Kyle generation
Sterilise the Jeremy Kyle generation chavfreezone
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12:06pm Sat 22 Dec 12

ohec says...

mrblunt wrote:
She should have been jailed as an example to others to show that assaulting school staff and that kind of behaviour on school premises will not be tolerated.
All the other excuses are just hot air to try and excuse unacceptable behaviour
100% agree mrblunt this is the second case of school staff being assaulted i have read in two days, yet once again our judiciary have let us down we need to send a firm message out to the likes of Kellie James that this sort of behaviour will not be tolerated and the best way to do that is harsh sentencing, as for southy and his usual stupid comments why do people respond to his garbage he is either as thick as sh*t or does it as a wind up.
[quote][p][bold]mrblunt[/bold] wrote: She should have been jailed as an example to others to show that assaulting school staff and that kind of behaviour on school premises will not be tolerated. All the other excuses are just hot air to try and excuse unacceptable behaviour[/p][/quote]100% agree mrblunt this is the second case of school staff being assaulted i have read in two days, yet once again our judiciary have let us down we need to send a firm message out to the likes of Kellie James that this sort of behaviour will not be tolerated and the best way to do that is harsh sentencing, as for southy and his usual stupid comments why do people respond to his garbage he is either as thick as sh*t or does it as a wind up. ohec
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12:44pm Sat 22 Dec 12

loosehead says...

southy wrote:
freefinker wrote:
southy wrote:
Its the social condidions of today that cause the majority of problems.
No jobs, cheap drink.
Don’t be so daft southy.
According to your wholly inaccurate and exaggerated statistics there are over 9 million unemployed. They all have ‘cheap drink’ available.
Are there 9 million people acting like this?
No, of course not.
Freefinker doing what he best at, twisting words.

Every time theres a major recession or a depression in the job market, Then this one of the many problems that go on a major increase, Other things that go on the increase are suicide, Domestic Violence, illness, Homeless, poverity and robberys and murder.

Just to make it clear for nonefinkers just because lets say we have 9 million people unemployed it do not mean that they would all react in the same way, some it will not effect others it will effect as hope fades away and despair sets in.
Southy I totally object to you categorising people in this way.
My father was in prison my mum was on Social bringing up 11 kids.
my mum never drank ( smoked like a trooper) she looked at it if the teachers or police told us off we must be doing wrong.
she would never attack a teacher or police officer so why blame unemployment ( 2.5million) on this woman's actions?
This has nothing to do with this persons financial situation but this womans attitude & respect of other people.
You've over stepped the mark on this YOU are saying if your on the dole you get drunk & violent HOW DARE YOU?
[quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]freefinker[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: Its the social condidions of today that cause the majority of problems. No jobs, cheap drink.[/p][/quote]Don’t be so daft southy. According to your wholly inaccurate and exaggerated statistics there are over 9 million unemployed. They all have ‘cheap drink’ available. Are there 9 million people acting like this? No, of course not.[/p][/quote]Freefinker doing what he best at, twisting words. Every time theres a major recession or a depression in the job market, Then this one of the many problems that go on a major increase, Other things that go on the increase are suicide, Domestic Violence, illness, Homeless, poverity and robberys and murder. Just to make it clear for nonefinkers just because lets say we have 9 million people unemployed it do not mean that they would all react in the same way, some it will not effect others it will effect as hope fades away and despair sets in.[/p][/quote]Southy I totally object to you categorising people in this way. My father was in prison my mum was on Social bringing up 11 kids. my mum never drank ( smoked like a trooper) she looked at it if the teachers or police told us off we must be doing wrong. she would never attack a teacher or police officer so why blame unemployment ( 2.5million) on this woman's actions? This has nothing to do with this persons financial situation but this womans attitude & respect of other people. You've over stepped the mark on this YOU are saying if your on the dole you get drunk & violent HOW DARE YOU? loosehead
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12:48pm Sat 22 Dec 12

Stu J says...

Stuff all this cr*p about the root cause, everybody knows that was disgusting behaviour and there are no lame excuses that should have allowed her to get away with virtually no punishment. This is like an advert letting people know they can get away with it. Assault, violent behaviour and bad language in front of kids AND throwing racism into the mix and that's all she got, what a joke.
Stuff all this cr*p about the root cause, everybody knows that was disgusting behaviour and there are no lame excuses that should have allowed her to get away with virtually no punishment. This is like an advert letting people know they can get away with it. Assault, violent behaviour and bad language in front of kids AND throwing racism into the mix and that's all she got, what a joke. Stu J
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1:07pm Sat 22 Dec 12

elvisimo says...

Scummy mummy should have the kids taken away. Let her ruin her life not theirs. Repulsive piece of s@@t. Lets see a picture. You can imagine, smoking Berkeley menthol and the size of a bus. Pointless existence
Scummy mummy should have the kids taken away. Let her ruin her life not theirs. Repulsive piece of s@@t. Lets see a picture. You can imagine, smoking Berkeley menthol and the size of a bus. Pointless existence elvisimo
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1:19pm Sat 22 Dec 12

Paramjit Bahia says...

southy wrote:
freefinker wrote:
southy wrote:
Its the social condidions of today that cause the majority of problems.
No jobs, cheap drink.
Don’t be so daft southy.
According to your wholly inaccurate and exaggerated statistics there are over 9 million unemployed. They all have ‘cheap drink’ available.
Are there 9 million people acting like this?
No, of course not.
Freefinker doing what he best at, twisting words.

Every time theres a major recession or a depression in the job market, Then this one of the many problems that go on a major increase, Other things that go on the increase are suicide, Domestic Violence, illness, Homeless, poverity and robberys and murder.

Just to make it clear for nonefinkers just because lets say we have 9 million people unemployed it do not mean that they would all react in the same way, some it will not effect others it will effect as hope fades away and despair sets in.
Southy you are partly right that there is link between crime and economic crisis.

BUT there is difference between a mother without any money forced into crime to feed her starving kids AND somebody having enough for spending upon Booz and physically assaulting staff in school in front of small children, and even after falling in the hands of cops go on throwing racially motivated abuse and threats.

Since when socialism has started to endorse that kind of very serious criminal behaviour?

As a trade unionist and socialist I am very disappointed in you for miserably failing to express any sympathy with workers, who were the victims in this case, but opting to side with a criminal.

Why could you not bring yourself to condemn the magistrate who let this lady get away so lightly?

Considering I have in the past exposed your Trotskyist comrades recruiting members of National Front into Labour Party, perhaps I should not be shocked with your love for criminals and no consideration for workers, unless they go on strike.

In Calcutta section of criminals tend to worship their goddess 'Kali Mata' (Black Mother) I am starting to wonder if here in Southampton you are trying to become Father Xmas for criminals!
[quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]freefinker[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: Its the social condidions of today that cause the majority of problems. No jobs, cheap drink.[/p][/quote]Don’t be so daft southy. According to your wholly inaccurate and exaggerated statistics there are over 9 million unemployed. They all have ‘cheap drink’ available. Are there 9 million people acting like this? No, of course not.[/p][/quote]Freefinker doing what he best at, twisting words. Every time theres a major recession or a depression in the job market, Then this one of the many problems that go on a major increase, Other things that go on the increase are suicide, Domestic Violence, illness, Homeless, poverity and robberys and murder. Just to make it clear for nonefinkers just because lets say we have 9 million people unemployed it do not mean that they would all react in the same way, some it will not effect others it will effect as hope fades away and despair sets in.[/p][/quote]Southy you are partly right that there is link between crime and economic crisis. BUT there is difference between a mother without any money forced into crime to feed her starving kids AND somebody having enough for spending upon Booz and physically assaulting staff in school in front of small children, and even after falling in the hands of cops go on throwing racially motivated abuse and threats. Since when socialism has started to endorse that kind of very serious criminal behaviour? As a trade unionist and socialist I am very disappointed in you for miserably failing to express any sympathy with workers, who were the victims in this case, but opting to side with a criminal. Why could you not bring yourself to condemn the magistrate who let this lady get away so lightly? Considering I have in the past exposed your Trotskyist comrades recruiting members of National Front into Labour Party, perhaps I should not be shocked with your love for criminals and no consideration for workers, unless they go on strike. In Calcutta section of criminals tend to worship their goddess 'Kali Mata' (Black Mother) I am starting to wonder if here in Southampton you are trying to become Father Xmas for criminals! Paramjit Bahia
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1:36pm Sat 22 Dec 12

cantthinkofone says...

loosehead wrote:
southy wrote:
freefinker wrote:
southy wrote:
Its the social condidions of today that cause the majority of problems.
No jobs, cheap drink.
Don’t be so daft southy.
According to your wholly inaccurate and exaggerated statistics there are over 9 million unemployed. They all have ‘cheap drink’ available.
Are there 9 million people acting like this?
No, of course not.
Freefinker doing what he best at, twisting words.

Every time theres a major recession or a depression in the job market, Then this one of the many problems that go on a major increase, Other things that go on the increase are suicide, Domestic Violence, illness, Homeless, poverity and robberys and murder.

Just to make it clear for nonefinkers just because lets say we have 9 million people unemployed it do not mean that they would all react in the same way, some it will not effect others it will effect as hope fades away and despair sets in.
Southy I totally object to you categorising people in this way.
My father was in prison my mum was on Social bringing up 11 kids.
my mum never drank ( smoked like a trooper) she looked at it if the teachers or police told us off we must be doing wrong.
she would never attack a teacher or police officer so why blame unemployment ( 2.5million) on this woman's actions?
This has nothing to do with this persons financial situation but this womans attitude & respect of other people.
You've over stepped the mark on this YOU are saying if your on the dole you get drunk & violent HOW DARE YOU?
Don't be silly. He's not saying that EVERYONE will respond to social deprivation in the same way. It's that SOME people will feel unable to cope and with their lives and resort to behaviours that they would not otherwise exhibit. Your mum sounds like a very strong woman. Not everyone is as strong though, or has themself been brought up to have such standards.

Pete talks a lot of drivel on some things, but I'm with him on this.

You rarely see behaviour like this in affluent areas. It's not a coincidence.
[quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]freefinker[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: Its the social condidions of today that cause the majority of problems. No jobs, cheap drink.[/p][/quote]Don’t be so daft southy. According to your wholly inaccurate and exaggerated statistics there are over 9 million unemployed. They all have ‘cheap drink’ available. Are there 9 million people acting like this? No, of course not.[/p][/quote]Freefinker doing what he best at, twisting words. Every time theres a major recession or a depression in the job market, Then this one of the many problems that go on a major increase, Other things that go on the increase are suicide, Domestic Violence, illness, Homeless, poverity and robberys and murder. Just to make it clear for nonefinkers just because lets say we have 9 million people unemployed it do not mean that they would all react in the same way, some it will not effect others it will effect as hope fades away and despair sets in.[/p][/quote]Southy I totally object to you categorising people in this way. My father was in prison my mum was on Social bringing up 11 kids. my mum never drank ( smoked like a trooper) she looked at it if the teachers or police told us off we must be doing wrong. she would never attack a teacher or police officer so why blame unemployment ( 2.5million) on this woman's actions? This has nothing to do with this persons financial situation but this womans attitude & respect of other people. You've over stepped the mark on this YOU are saying if your on the dole you get drunk & violent HOW DARE YOU?[/p][/quote]Don't be silly. He's not saying that EVERYONE will respond to social deprivation in the same way. It's that SOME people will feel unable to cope and with their lives and resort to behaviours that they would not otherwise exhibit. Your mum sounds like a very strong woman. Not everyone is as strong though, or has themself been brought up to have such standards. Pete talks a lot of drivel on some things, but I'm with him on this. You rarely see behaviour like this in affluent areas. It's not a coincidence. cantthinkofone
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1:39pm Sat 22 Dec 12

cantthinkofone says...

I'll add that I think the sentence was too lenient. I agree with Pete on the root cause, but that doesn't mean it's acceptable.

Ps - Paramjit, when are you going to apologise for your racism ("Uncle Tom", "Coconut") some months back? It's been some time now. All it needs is an admission of fault and an apology. Why won't you do that?
I'll add that I think the sentence was too lenient. I agree with Pete on the root cause, but that doesn't mean it's acceptable. Ps - Paramjit, when are you going to apologise for your racism ("Uncle Tom", "Coconut") some months back? It's been some time now. All it needs is an admission of fault and an apology. Why won't you do that? cantthinkofone
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1:40pm Sat 22 Dec 12

MGRA says...

Donald2000 wrote:
MGRA wrote:
southy wrote:
MGRA that maybe so but what is the pass root cause of it to start happening in the first place.
lazy workshy parasites, that is the root cause.
You don't know anything of the kind though. You don't know the individual circumstances of these unemployed people and basically what you are doing is trying to impose your "values" on others. One day you will be unemployed and people will do the same to you.

Let me tell you a morality tale. One day you might be involved in a road accident. I have a choice of how to deal with you. I could leave you there to bleed out and die, or I could administer first aid and call an ambulance, thereby saving your life. I am on pension credit and I assume you are calling me a lazy workshy parasite. What would you have me do when you have the said accident?
you are stupid. read my post properly. I know more than you and I know certain families and certainly know the parasites from the the non-parasites.
[quote][p][bold]Donald2000[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MGRA[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: MGRA that maybe so but what is the pass root cause of it to start happening in the first place.[/p][/quote]lazy workshy parasites, that is the root cause.[/p][/quote]You don't know anything of the kind though. You don't know the individual circumstances of these unemployed people and basically what you are doing is trying to impose your "values" on others. One day you will be unemployed and people will do the same to you. Let me tell you a morality tale. One day you might be involved in a road accident. I have a choice of how to deal with you. I could leave you there to bleed out and die, or I could administer first aid and call an ambulance, thereby saving your life. I am on pension credit and I assume you are calling me a lazy workshy parasite. What would you have me do when you have the said accident?[/p][/quote]you are stupid. read my post properly. I know more than you and I know certain families and certainly know the parasites from the the non-parasites. MGRA
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1:44pm Sat 22 Dec 12

Paramjit Bahia says...

loosehead wrote:
southy wrote:
freefinker wrote:
southy wrote:
Its the social condidions of today that cause the majority of problems.
No jobs, cheap drink.
Don’t be so daft southy.
According to your wholly inaccurate and exaggerated statistics there are over 9 million unemployed. They all have ‘cheap drink’ available.
Are there 9 million people acting like this?
No, of course not.
Freefinker doing what he best at, twisting words.

Every time theres a major recession or a depression in the job market, Then this one of the many problems that go on a major increase, Other things that go on the increase are suicide, Domestic Violence, illness, Homeless, poverity and robberys and murder.

Just to make it clear for nonefinkers just because lets say we have 9 million people unemployed it do not mean that they would all react in the same way, some it will not effect others it will effect as hope fades away and despair sets in.
Southy I totally object to you categorising people in this way.
My father was in prison my mum was on Social bringing up 11 kids.
my mum never drank ( smoked like a trooper) she looked at it if the teachers or police told us off we must be doing wrong.
she would never attack a teacher or police officer so why blame unemployment ( 2.5million) on this woman's actions?
This has nothing to do with this persons financial situation but this womans attitude & respect of other people.
You've over stepped the mark on this YOU are saying if your on the dole you get drunk & violent HOW DARE YOU?
Wow... Your dad produced complete football team when he was not the guest of the state.... And your mum still had the time and energy left to do anything else? She deserves admiration

Is there any link between your dad ding birdy and you joining Tories, the party of crooks?

Seriously, I feel sorry for your mum who had to look after 11 kids while on 'Social'. I hope you think of that when your beloved party attacks welfare benefits for vulnerable people and attack single mothers.



O
[quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]freefinker[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: Its the social condidions of today that cause the majority of problems. No jobs, cheap drink.[/p][/quote]Don’t be so daft southy. According to your wholly inaccurate and exaggerated statistics there are over 9 million unemployed. They all have ‘cheap drink’ available. Are there 9 million people acting like this? No, of course not.[/p][/quote]Freefinker doing what he best at, twisting words. Every time theres a major recession or a depression in the job market, Then this one of the many problems that go on a major increase, Other things that go on the increase are suicide, Domestic Violence, illness, Homeless, poverity and robberys and murder. Just to make it clear for nonefinkers just because lets say we have 9 million people unemployed it do not mean that they would all react in the same way, some it will not effect others it will effect as hope fades away and despair sets in.[/p][/quote]Southy I totally object to you categorising people in this way. My father was in prison my mum was on Social bringing up 11 kids. my mum never drank ( smoked like a trooper) she looked at it if the teachers or police told us off we must be doing wrong. she would never attack a teacher or police officer so why blame unemployment ( 2.5million) on this woman's actions? This has nothing to do with this persons financial situation but this womans attitude & respect of other people. You've over stepped the mark on this YOU are saying if your on the dole you get drunk & violent HOW DARE YOU?[/p][/quote]Wow... Your dad produced complete football team when he was not the guest of the state.... And your mum still had the time and energy left to do anything else? She deserves admiration Is there any link between your dad ding birdy and you joining Tories, the party of crooks? Seriously, I feel sorry for your mum who had to look after 11 kids while on 'Social'. I hope you think of that when your beloved party attacks welfare benefits for vulnerable people and attack single mothers. O Paramjit Bahia
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2:01pm Sat 22 Dec 12

Minger1 says...

my grandson goes to that school and his dad went there for a while,
i am a sinlge mum and brought 5 children up on my own as no fault of my own, arsehole of a dad. but thats another story,
how can people afford to drink and smoke on benefits and still wear nice clothes too, i have never smoked or drank alcohol, and still went without while trying by best at bringing my children up, i bet this mother does not teacher her children right from wrong if she is drinking i feel sorry for all these children that have parents that think of themselves all the time children should be thought of first.
if you have children you should bring them up properly, and teach them manners and right from wrong.
my grandson goes to that school and his dad went there for a while, i am a sinlge mum and brought 5 children up on my own as no fault of my own, arsehole of a dad. but thats another story, how can people afford to drink and smoke on benefits and still wear nice clothes too, i have never smoked or drank alcohol, and still went without while trying by best at bringing my children up, i bet this mother does not teacher her children right from wrong if she is drinking i feel sorry for all these children that have parents that think of themselves all the time children should be thought of first. if you have children you should bring them up properly, and teach them manners and right from wrong. Minger1
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2:11pm Sat 22 Dec 12

Paramjit Bahia says...

cantthinkofone wrote:
I'll add that I think the sentence was too lenient. I agree with Pete on the root cause, but that doesn't mean it's acceptable.

Ps - Paramjit, when are you going to apologise for your racism ("Uncle Tom", "Coconut") some months back? It's been some time now. All it needs is an admission of fault and an apology. Why won't you do that?
Answer to you self appointed do gooding nameless patronising so and so is NEVER.

These are commonly used words by us in so called 'black communities' for traitors.

And on top of that I have never been member of church going liberal lefty or SWP types 'politically correct' hypocrite brigades.

I have always fought against both black and white racism, and never hesitated to confront my bosses with my sincerely held views, unlike rat like you who boasts on having walked in a march but 5hit scared if colleagues at work find out what you may stand for. My mistake was to respect you marching and trying to encourage to stand for what you believe in at work.

If you stop being coward and come out with your real name, we may be able to compare our records. And know the truths.

Low life self appointed masters of political correctness, the two faced lots like you have picked holes even in Mahatma Gandhi's language, so to a minor person like me it's no surprise.
[quote][p][bold]cantthinkofone[/bold] wrote: I'll add that I think the sentence was too lenient. I agree with Pete on the root cause, but that doesn't mean it's acceptable. Ps - Paramjit, when are you going to apologise for your racism ("Uncle Tom", "Coconut") some months back? It's been some time now. All it needs is an admission of fault and an apology. Why won't you do that?[/p][/quote]Answer to you self appointed do gooding nameless patronising so and so is NEVER. These are commonly used words by us in so called 'black communities' for traitors. And on top of that I have never been member of church going liberal lefty or SWP types 'politically correct' hypocrite brigades. I have always fought against both black and white racism, and never hesitated to confront my bosses with my sincerely held views, unlike rat like you who boasts on having walked in a march but 5hit scared if colleagues at work find out what you may stand for. My mistake was to respect you marching and trying to encourage to stand for what you believe in at work. If you stop being coward and come out with your real name, we may be able to compare our records. And know the truths. Low life self appointed masters of political correctness, the two faced lots like you have picked holes even in Mahatma Gandhi's language, so to a minor person like me it's no surprise. Paramjit Bahia
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2:31pm Sat 22 Dec 12

cantthinkofone says...

Paramjit Bahia wrote:
cantthinkofone wrote:
I'll add that I think the sentence was too lenient. I agree with Pete on the root cause, but that doesn't mean it's acceptable.

Ps - Paramjit, when are you going to apologise for your racism ("Uncle Tom", "Coconut") some months back? It's been some time now. All it needs is an admission of fault and an apology. Why won't you do that?
Answer to you self appointed do gooding nameless patronising so and so is NEVER.

These are commonly used words by us in so called 'black communities' for traitors.

And on top of that I have never been member of church going liberal lefty or SWP types 'politically correct' hypocrite brigades.

I have always fought against both black and white racism, and never hesitated to confront my bosses with my sincerely held views, unlike rat like you who boasts on having walked in a march but 5hit scared if colleagues at work find out what you may stand for. My mistake was to respect you marching and trying to encourage to stand for what you believe in at work.

If you stop being coward and come out with your real name, we may be able to compare our records. And know the truths.

Low life self appointed masters of political correctness, the two faced lots like you have picked holes even in Mahatma Gandhi's language, so to a minor person like me it's no surprise.
Even Iron Lady called for you to apologise for your racism.

Paramjit Bahia - racist.
[quote][p][bold]Paramjit Bahia[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]cantthinkofone[/bold] wrote: I'll add that I think the sentence was too lenient. I agree with Pete on the root cause, but that doesn't mean it's acceptable. Ps - Paramjit, when are you going to apologise for your racism ("Uncle Tom", "Coconut") some months back? It's been some time now. All it needs is an admission of fault and an apology. Why won't you do that?[/p][/quote]Answer to you self appointed do gooding nameless patronising so and so is NEVER. These are commonly used words by us in so called 'black communities' for traitors. And on top of that I have never been member of church going liberal lefty or SWP types 'politically correct' hypocrite brigades. I have always fought against both black and white racism, and never hesitated to confront my bosses with my sincerely held views, unlike rat like you who boasts on having walked in a march but 5hit scared if colleagues at work find out what you may stand for. My mistake was to respect you marching and trying to encourage to stand for what you believe in at work. If you stop being coward and come out with your real name, we may be able to compare our records. And know the truths. Low life self appointed masters of political correctness, the two faced lots like you have picked holes even in Mahatma Gandhi's language, so to a minor person like me it's no surprise.[/p][/quote]Even Iron Lady called for you to apologise for your racism. Paramjit Bahia - racist. cantthinkofone
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2:32pm Sat 22 Dec 12

cantthinkofone says...

http://en.wikipedia.
org/wiki/List_of_eth
nic_slurs
http://en.wikipedia. org/wiki/List_of_eth nic_slurs cantthinkofone
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2:40pm Sat 22 Dec 12

cantthinkofone says...

Comic aside:

I started a thread on Urban75 about your use of those ethnic slurs Paramjit - but I didn't mention you by name.

Another poster responded:

"Do you live in Southampton? Is that "barmy" Parmi the taxi driver?

If it is his election leaflet in 2001 was a joy to behold, it was one page of closely typed A5 about how his dad was mates with Ghandi... "

You're famous! :-D
Comic aside: I started a thread on Urban75 about your use of those ethnic slurs Paramjit - but I didn't mention you by name. Another poster responded: "Do you live in Southampton? Is that "barmy" Parmi the taxi driver? If it is his election leaflet in 2001 was a joy to behold, it was one page of closely typed A5 about how his dad was mates with Ghandi... " You're famous! :-D cantthinkofone
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2:43pm Sat 22 Dec 12

southy says...

loosehead wrote:
southy wrote:
freefinker wrote:
southy wrote:
Its the social condidions of today that cause the majority of problems.
No jobs, cheap drink.
Don’t be so daft southy.
According to your wholly inaccurate and exaggerated statistics there are over 9 million unemployed. They all have ‘cheap drink’ available.
Are there 9 million people acting like this?
No, of course not.
Freefinker doing what he best at, twisting words.

Every time theres a major recession or a depression in the job market, Then this one of the many problems that go on a major increase, Other things that go on the increase are suicide, Domestic Violence, illness, Homeless, poverity and robberys and murder.

Just to make it clear for nonefinkers just because lets say we have 9 million people unemployed it do not mean that they would all react in the same way, some it will not effect others it will effect as hope fades away and despair sets in.
Southy I totally object to you categorising people in this way.
My father was in prison my mum was on Social bringing up 11 kids.
my mum never drank ( smoked like a trooper) she looked at it if the teachers or police told us off we must be doing wrong.
she would never attack a teacher or police officer so why blame unemployment ( 2.5million) on this woman's actions?
This has nothing to do with this persons financial situation but this womans attitude & respect of other people.
You've over stepped the mark on this YOU are saying if your on the dole you get drunk & violent HOW DARE YOU?
Now go back and reread what I said.

"people unemployed it do not mean that they would all react in the same way, some it will not effect others it will effect as hope fades away and despair sets in"

now do you under stand that bit well enough note the bit some it will effect and others will not effect.
The last 100 years of History is proff enough, Look at the figures they speak for them selfs, as more and more people lose there jobs and recession starts to bite, so do those anti-social things increase, you can not expect every one to react the same way.
[quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]freefinker[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: Its the social condidions of today that cause the majority of problems. No jobs, cheap drink.[/p][/quote]Don’t be so daft southy. According to your wholly inaccurate and exaggerated statistics there are over 9 million unemployed. They all have ‘cheap drink’ available. Are there 9 million people acting like this? No, of course not.[/p][/quote]Freefinker doing what he best at, twisting words. Every time theres a major recession or a depression in the job market, Then this one of the many problems that go on a major increase, Other things that go on the increase are suicide, Domestic Violence, illness, Homeless, poverity and robberys and murder. Just to make it clear for nonefinkers just because lets say we have 9 million people unemployed it do not mean that they would all react in the same way, some it will not effect others it will effect as hope fades away and despair sets in.[/p][/quote]Southy I totally object to you categorising people in this way. My father was in prison my mum was on Social bringing up 11 kids. my mum never drank ( smoked like a trooper) she looked at it if the teachers or police told us off we must be doing wrong. she would never attack a teacher or police officer so why blame unemployment ( 2.5million) on this woman's actions? This has nothing to do with this persons financial situation but this womans attitude & respect of other people. You've over stepped the mark on this YOU are saying if your on the dole you get drunk & violent HOW DARE YOU?[/p][/quote]Now go back and reread what I said. "people unemployed it do not mean that they would all react in the same way, some it will not effect others it will effect as hope fades away and despair sets in" now do you under stand that bit well enough note the bit some it will effect and others will not effect. The last 100 years of History is proff enough, Look at the figures they speak for them selfs, as more and more people lose there jobs and recession starts to bite, so do those anti-social things increase, you can not expect every one to react the same way. southy
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2:50pm Sat 22 Dec 12

HillsidePaul says...

Three good posts in a row from Paramjit.
Three good posts in a row from Paramjit. HillsidePaul
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2:50pm Sat 22 Dec 12

southy says...

cantthinkofone wrote:
Paramjit Bahia wrote:
cantthinkofone wrote:
I'll add that I think the sentence was too lenient. I agree with Pete on the root cause, but that doesn't mean it's acceptable.

Ps - Paramjit, when are you going to apologise for your racism ("Uncle Tom", "Coconut") some months back? It's been some time now. All it needs is an admission of fault and an apology. Why won't you do that?
Answer to you self appointed do gooding nameless patronising so and so is NEVER.

These are commonly used words by us in so called 'black communities' for traitors.

And on top of that I have never been member of church going liberal lefty or SWP types 'politically correct' hypocrite brigades.

I have always fought against both black and white racism, and never hesitated to confront my bosses with my sincerely held views, unlike rat like you who boasts on having walked in a march but 5hit scared if colleagues at work find out what you may stand for. My mistake was to respect you marching and trying to encourage to stand for what you believe in at work.

If you stop being coward and come out with your real name, we may be able to compare our records. And know the truths.

Low life self appointed masters of political correctness, the two faced lots like you have picked holes even in Mahatma Gandhi's language, so to a minor person like me it's no surprise.
Even Iron Lady called for you to apologise for your racism.

Paramjit Bahia - racist.
Apple and coconut are terms to discript a person, there skin colour do not match what they are inside, the old term of western orotate gentleman do not get used as much now days
[quote][p][bold]cantthinkofone[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Paramjit Bahia[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]cantthinkofone[/bold] wrote: I'll add that I think the sentence was too lenient. I agree with Pete on the root cause, but that doesn't mean it's acceptable. Ps - Paramjit, when are you going to apologise for your racism ("Uncle Tom", "Coconut") some months back? It's been some time now. All it needs is an admission of fault and an apology. Why won't you do that?[/p][/quote]Answer to you self appointed do gooding nameless patronising so and so is NEVER. These are commonly used words by us in so called 'black communities' for traitors. And on top of that I have never been member of church going liberal lefty or SWP types 'politically correct' hypocrite brigades. I have always fought against both black and white racism, and never hesitated to confront my bosses with my sincerely held views, unlike rat like you who boasts on having walked in a march but 5hit scared if colleagues at work find out what you may stand for. My mistake was to respect you marching and trying to encourage to stand for what you believe in at work. If you stop being coward and come out with your real name, we may be able to compare our records. And know the truths. Low life self appointed masters of political correctness, the two faced lots like you have picked holes even in Mahatma Gandhi's language, so to a minor person like me it's no surprise.[/p][/quote]Even Iron Lady called for you to apologise for your racism. Paramjit Bahia - racist.[/p][/quote]Apple and coconut are terms to discript a person, there skin colour do not match what they are inside, the old term of western orotate gentleman do not get used as much now days southy
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3:08pm Sat 22 Dec 12

southy says...

Paramjit Bahia wrote:
southy wrote:
freefinker wrote:
southy wrote:
Its the social condidions of today that cause the majority of problems.
No jobs, cheap drink.
Don’t be so daft southy.
According to your wholly inaccurate and exaggerated statistics there are over 9 million unemployed. They all have ‘cheap drink’ available.
Are there 9 million people acting like this?
No, of course not.
Freefinker doing what he best at, twisting words.

Every time theres a major recession or a depression in the job market, Then this one of the many problems that go on a major increase, Other things that go on the increase are suicide, Domestic Violence, illness, Homeless, poverity and robberys and murder.

Just to make it clear for nonefinkers just because lets say we have 9 million people unemployed it do not mean that they would all react in the same way, some it will not effect others it will effect as hope fades away and despair sets in.
Southy you are partly right that there is link between crime and economic crisis.

BUT there is difference between a mother without any money forced into crime to feed her starving kids AND somebody having enough for spending upon Booz and physically assaulting staff in school in front of small children, and even after falling in the hands of cops go on throwing racially motivated abuse and threats.

Since when socialism has started to endorse that kind of very serious criminal behaviour?

As a trade unionist and socialist I am very disappointed in you for miserably failing to express any sympathy with workers, who were the victims in this case, but opting to side with a criminal.

Why could you not bring yourself to condemn the magistrate who let this lady get away so lightly?

Considering I have in the past exposed your Trotskyist comrades recruiting members of National Front into Labour Party, perhaps I should not be shocked with your love for criminals and no consideration for workers, unless they go on strike.

In Calcutta section of criminals tend to worship their goddess 'Kali Mata' (Black Mother) I am starting to wonder if here in Southampton you are trying to become Father Xmas for criminals!
Paramjit your forgetting, some will turn to drink or maybe drugs just to forget for a short while.
Then also take this into account also, Some people can react voilently when drunk, drink it self will effect people different way.
so come on Paramjit think abit about it all, and yes I know what she done was well out of order and should of been lock up, But I am not the judge over the matter
[quote][p][bold]Paramjit Bahia[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]freefinker[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: Its the social condidions of today that cause the majority of problems. No jobs, cheap drink.[/p][/quote]Don’t be so daft southy. According to your wholly inaccurate and exaggerated statistics there are over 9 million unemployed. They all have ‘cheap drink’ available. Are there 9 million people acting like this? No, of course not.[/p][/quote]Freefinker doing what he best at, twisting words. Every time theres a major recession or a depression in the job market, Then this one of the many problems that go on a major increase, Other things that go on the increase are suicide, Domestic Violence, illness, Homeless, poverity and robberys and murder. Just to make it clear for nonefinkers just because lets say we have 9 million people unemployed it do not mean that they would all react in the same way, some it will not effect others it will effect as hope fades away and despair sets in.[/p][/quote]Southy you are partly right that there is link between crime and economic crisis. BUT there is difference between a mother without any money forced into crime to feed her starving kids AND somebody having enough for spending upon Booz and physically assaulting staff in school in front of small children, and even after falling in the hands of cops go on throwing racially motivated abuse and threats. Since when socialism has started to endorse that kind of very serious criminal behaviour? As a trade unionist and socialist I am very disappointed in you for miserably failing to express any sympathy with workers, who were the victims in this case, but opting to side with a criminal. Why could you not bring yourself to condemn the magistrate who let this lady get away so lightly? Considering I have in the past exposed your Trotskyist comrades recruiting members of National Front into Labour Party, perhaps I should not be shocked with your love for criminals and no consideration for workers, unless they go on strike. In Calcutta section of criminals tend to worship their goddess 'Kali Mata' (Black Mother) I am starting to wonder if here in Southampton you are trying to become Father Xmas for criminals![/p][/quote]Paramjit your forgetting, some will turn to drink or maybe drugs just to forget for a short while. Then also take this into account also, Some people can react voilently when drunk, drink it self will effect people different way. so come on Paramjit think abit about it all, and yes I know what she done was well out of order and should of been lock up, But I am not the judge over the matter southy
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3:13pm Sat 22 Dec 12

cantthinkofone says...

southy wrote:
cantthinkofone wrote:
Paramjit Bahia wrote:
cantthinkofone wrote:
I'll add that I think the sentence was too lenient. I agree with Pete on the root cause, but that doesn't mean it's acceptable.

Ps - Paramjit, when are you going to apologise for your racism ("Uncle Tom", "Coconut") some months back? It's been some time now. All it needs is an admission of fault and an apology. Why won't you do that?
Answer to you self appointed do gooding nameless patronising so and so is NEVER.

These are commonly used words by us in so called 'black communities' for traitors.

And on top of that I have never been member of church going liberal lefty or SWP types 'politically correct' hypocrite brigades.

I have always fought against both black and white racism, and never hesitated to confront my bosses with my sincerely held views, unlike rat like you who boasts on having walked in a march but 5hit scared if colleagues at work find out what you may stand for. My mistake was to respect you marching and trying to encourage to stand for what you believe in at work.

If you stop being coward and come out with your real name, we may be able to compare our records. And know the truths.

Low life self appointed masters of political correctness, the two faced lots like you have picked holes even in Mahatma Gandhi's language, so to a minor person like me it's no surprise.
Even Iron Lady called for you to apologise for your racism.

Paramjit Bahia - racist.
Apple and coconut are terms to discript a person, there skin colour do not match what they are inside, the old term of western orotate gentleman do not get used as much now days
Which by definition implies that there is a "black" way or acting, or a "white" way of acting. That's racism southy, plain and simple. It's inexcusable.
[quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]cantthinkofone[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Paramjit Bahia[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]cantthinkofone[/bold] wrote: I'll add that I think the sentence was too lenient. I agree with Pete on the root cause, but that doesn't mean it's acceptable. Ps - Paramjit, when are you going to apologise for your racism ("Uncle Tom", "Coconut") some months back? It's been some time now. All it needs is an admission of fault and an apology. Why won't you do that?[/p][/quote]Answer to you self appointed do gooding nameless patronising so and so is NEVER. These are commonly used words by us in so called 'black communities' for traitors. And on top of that I have never been member of church going liberal lefty or SWP types 'politically correct' hypocrite brigades. I have always fought against both black and white racism, and never hesitated to confront my bosses with my sincerely held views, unlike rat like you who boasts on having walked in a march but 5hit scared if colleagues at work find out what you may stand for. My mistake was to respect you marching and trying to encourage to stand for what you believe in at work. If you stop being coward and come out with your real name, we may be able to compare our records. And know the truths. Low life self appointed masters of political correctness, the two faced lots like you have picked holes even in Mahatma Gandhi's language, so to a minor person like me it's no surprise.[/p][/quote]Even Iron Lady called for you to apologise for your racism. Paramjit Bahia - racist.[/p][/quote]Apple and coconut are terms to discript a person, there skin colour do not match what they are inside, the old term of western orotate gentleman do not get used as much now days[/p][/quote]Which by definition implies that there is a "black" way or acting, or a "white" way of acting. That's racism southy, plain and simple. It's inexcusable. cantthinkofone
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3:25pm Sat 22 Dec 12

southy says...

cantthinkofone wrote:
southy wrote:
cantthinkofone wrote:
Paramjit Bahia wrote:
cantthinkofone wrote:
I'll add that I think the sentence was too lenient. I agree with Pete on the root cause, but that doesn't mean it's acceptable.

Ps - Paramjit, when are you going to apologise for your racism ("Uncle Tom", "Coconut") some months back? It's been some time now. All it needs is an admission of fault and an apology. Why won't you do that?
Answer to you self appointed do gooding nameless patronising so and so is NEVER.

These are commonly used words by us in so called 'black communities' for traitors.

And on top of that I have never been member of church going liberal lefty or SWP types 'politically correct' hypocrite brigades.

I have always fought against both black and white racism, and never hesitated to confront my bosses with my sincerely held views, unlike rat like you who boasts on having walked in a march but 5hit scared if colleagues at work find out what you may stand for. My mistake was to respect you marching and trying to encourage to stand for what you believe in at work.

If you stop being coward and come out with your real name, we may be able to compare our records. And know the truths.

Low life self appointed masters of political correctness, the two faced lots like you have picked holes even in Mahatma Gandhi's language, so to a minor person like me it's no surprise.
Even Iron Lady called for you to apologise for your racism.

Paramjit Bahia - racist.
Apple and coconut are terms to discript a person, there skin colour do not match what they are inside, the old term of western orotate gentleman do not get used as much now days
Which by definition implies that there is a "black" way or acting, or a "white" way of acting. That's racism southy, plain and simple. It's inexcusable.
Its not racism, it means that some one as forgotten the culture.
[quote][p][bold]cantthinkofone[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]cantthinkofone[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Paramjit Bahia[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]cantthinkofone[/bold] wrote: I'll add that I think the sentence was too lenient. I agree with Pete on the root cause, but that doesn't mean it's acceptable. Ps - Paramjit, when are you going to apologise for your racism ("Uncle Tom", "Coconut") some months back? It's been some time now. All it needs is an admission of fault and an apology. Why won't you do that?[/p][/quote]Answer to you self appointed do gooding nameless patronising so and so is NEVER. These are commonly used words by us in so called 'black communities' for traitors. And on top of that I have never been member of church going liberal lefty or SWP types 'politically correct' hypocrite brigades. I have always fought against both black and white racism, and never hesitated to confront my bosses with my sincerely held views, unlike rat like you who boasts on having walked in a march but 5hit scared if colleagues at work find out what you may stand for. My mistake was to respect you marching and trying to encourage to stand for what you believe in at work. If you stop being coward and come out with your real name, we may be able to compare our records. And know the truths. Low life self appointed masters of political correctness, the two faced lots like you have picked holes even in Mahatma Gandhi's language, so to a minor person like me it's no surprise.[/p][/quote]Even Iron Lady called for you to apologise for your racism. Paramjit Bahia - racist.[/p][/quote]Apple and coconut are terms to discript a person, there skin colour do not match what they are inside, the old term of western orotate gentleman do not get used as much now days[/p][/quote]Which by definition implies that there is a "black" way or acting, or a "white" way of acting. That's racism southy, plain and simple. It's inexcusable.[/p][/quote]Its not racism, it means that some one as forgotten the culture. southy
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3:50pm Sat 22 Dec 12

mossar says...

Kellie James' home address was given as Holbury, why was she in a school in Hightown?
Kellie James' home address was given as Holbury, why was she in a school in Hightown? mossar
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3:52pm Sat 22 Dec 12

IronLady2010 says...

mossar wrote:
Kellie James' home address was given as Holbury, why was she in a school in Hightown?
She was under the influence and probably lost haha.
[quote][p][bold]mossar[/bold] wrote: Kellie James' home address was given as Holbury, why was she in a school in Hightown?[/p][/quote]She was under the influence and probably lost haha. IronLady2010
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4:23pm Sat 22 Dec 12

Donald2000 says...

MGRA wrote:
Donald2000 wrote:
MGRA wrote:
southy wrote:
MGRA that maybe so but what is the pass root cause of it to start happening in the first place.
lazy workshy parasites, that is the root cause.
You don't know anything of the kind though. You don't know the individual circumstances of these unemployed people and basically what you are doing is trying to impose your "values" on others. One day you will be unemployed and people will do the same to you.

Let me tell you a morality tale. One day you might be involved in a road accident. I have a choice of how to deal with you. I could leave you there to bleed out and die, or I could administer first aid and call an ambulance, thereby saving your life. I am on pension credit and I assume you are calling me a lazy workshy parasite. What would you have me do when you have the said accident?
you are stupid. read my post properly. I know more than you and I know certain families and certainly know the parasites from the the non-parasites.
I bet your brains and accompanying intelligence make you the pride of your community, do they not? I am so glad that you are cleverer than everybody else and know so much more than anybody else and obviously wish you luck with it. Happy Xmas.
[quote][p][bold]MGRA[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Donald2000[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MGRA[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: MGRA that maybe so but what is the pass root cause of it to start happening in the first place.[/p][/quote]lazy workshy parasites, that is the root cause.[/p][/quote]You don't know anything of the kind though. You don't know the individual circumstances of these unemployed people and basically what you are doing is trying to impose your "values" on others. One day you will be unemployed and people will do the same to you. Let me tell you a morality tale. One day you might be involved in a road accident. I have a choice of how to deal with you. I could leave you there to bleed out and die, or I could administer first aid and call an ambulance, thereby saving your life. I am on pension credit and I assume you are calling me a lazy workshy parasite. What would you have me do when you have the said accident?[/p][/quote]you are stupid. read my post properly. I know more than you and I know certain families and certainly know the parasites from the the non-parasites.[/p][/quote]I bet your brains and accompanying intelligence make you the pride of your community, do they not? I am so glad that you are cleverer than everybody else and know so much more than anybody else and obviously wish you luck with it. Happy Xmas. Donald2000
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4:53pm Sat 22 Dec 12

cantthinkofone says...

southy wrote:
cantthinkofone wrote:
southy wrote:
cantthinkofone wrote:
Paramjit Bahia wrote:
cantthinkofone wrote:
I'll add that I think the sentence was too lenient. I agree with Pete on the root cause, but that doesn't mean it's acceptable.

Ps - Paramjit, when are you going to apologise for your racism ("Uncle Tom", "Coconut") some months back? It's been some time now. All it needs is an admission of fault and an apology. Why won't you do that?
Answer to you self appointed do gooding nameless patronising so and so is NEVER.

These are commonly used words by us in so called 'black communities' for traitors.

And on top of that I have never been member of church going liberal lefty or SWP types 'politically correct' hypocrite brigades.

I have always fought against both black and white racism, and never hesitated to confront my bosses with my sincerely held views, unlike rat like you who boasts on having walked in a march but 5hit scared if colleagues at work find out what you may stand for. My mistake was to respect you marching and trying to encourage to stand for what you believe in at work.

If you stop being coward and come out with your real name, we may be able to compare our records. And know the truths.

Low life self appointed masters of political correctness, the two faced lots like you have picked holes even in Mahatma Gandhi's language, so to a minor person like me it's no surprise.
Even Iron Lady called for you to apologise for your racism.

Paramjit Bahia - racist.
Apple and coconut are terms to discript a person, there skin colour do not match what they are inside, the old term of western orotate gentleman do not get used as much now days
Which by definition implies that there is a "black" way or acting, or a "white" way of acting. That's racism southy, plain and simple. It's inexcusable.
Its not racism, it means that some one as forgotten the culture.
Oh right.

So black people all ought to like hip-hop then. Stuff like that.

Not racist at all, that. No siree.

Why does a black person in Britain have to subscribe to some sort of black 'culture'?

Don't be an apologist for racism pete, it demeans you.
[quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]cantthinkofone[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]cantthinkofone[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Paramjit Bahia[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]cantthinkofone[/bold] wrote: I'll add that I think the sentence was too lenient. I agree with Pete on the root cause, but that doesn't mean it's acceptable. Ps - Paramjit, when are you going to apologise for your racism ("Uncle Tom", "Coconut") some months back? It's been some time now. All it needs is an admission of fault and an apology. Why won't you do that?[/p][/quote]Answer to you self appointed do gooding nameless patronising so and so is NEVER. These are commonly used words by us in so called 'black communities' for traitors. And on top of that I have never been member of church going liberal lefty or SWP types 'politically correct' hypocrite brigades. I have always fought against both black and white racism, and never hesitated to confront my bosses with my sincerely held views, unlike rat like you who boasts on having walked in a march but 5hit scared if colleagues at work find out what you may stand for. My mistake was to respect you marching and trying to encourage to stand for what you believe in at work. If you stop being coward and come out with your real name, we may be able to compare our records. And know the truths. Low life self appointed masters of political correctness, the two faced lots like you have picked holes even in Mahatma Gandhi's language, so to a minor person like me it's no surprise.[/p][/quote]Even Iron Lady called for you to apologise for your racism. Paramjit Bahia - racist.[/p][/quote]Apple and coconut are terms to discript a person, there skin colour do not match what they are inside, the old term of western orotate gentleman do not get used as much now days[/p][/quote]Which by definition implies that there is a "black" way or acting, or a "white" way of acting. That's racism southy, plain and simple. It's inexcusable.[/p][/quote]Its not racism, it means that some one as forgotten the culture.[/p][/quote]Oh right. So black people all ought to like hip-hop then. Stuff like that. Not racist at all, that. No siree. Why does a black person in Britain have to subscribe to some sort of black 'culture'? Don't be an apologist for racism pete, it demeans you. cantthinkofone
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5:02pm Sat 22 Dec 12

G0Rf says...

schools should have much tighter security.
Good job she didnt have a gun like that idiot in usa the other day!
schools should have much tighter security. Good job she didnt have a gun like that idiot in usa the other day! G0Rf
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5:13pm Sat 22 Dec 12

fireman9 says...

How do we expect the children to behave at school, if the parents are like this. No wonder there are so many criminals around. No punishment around anymore.
How do we expect the children to behave at school, if the parents are like this. No wonder there are so many criminals around. No punishment around anymore. fireman9
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5:14pm Sat 22 Dec 12

loosehead says...

Paramjit Bahia wrote:
loosehead wrote:
southy wrote:
freefinker wrote:
southy wrote:
Its the social condidions of today that cause the majority of problems.
No jobs, cheap drink.
Don’t be so daft southy.
According to your wholly inaccurate and exaggerated statistics there are over 9 million unemployed. They all have ‘cheap drink’ available.
Are there 9 million people acting like this?
No, of course not.
Freefinker doing what he best at, twisting words.

Every time theres a major recession or a depression in the job market, Then this one of the many problems that go on a major increase, Other things that go on the increase are suicide, Domestic Violence, illness, Homeless, poverity and robberys and murder.

Just to make it clear for nonefinkers just because lets say we have 9 million people unemployed it do not mean that they would all react in the same way, some it will not effect others it will effect as hope fades away and despair sets in.
Southy I totally object to you categorising people in this way.
My father was in prison my mum was on Social bringing up 11 kids.
my mum never drank ( smoked like a trooper) she looked at it if the teachers or police told us off we must be doing wrong.
she would never attack a teacher or police officer so why blame unemployment ( 2.5million) on this woman's actions?
This has nothing to do with this persons financial situation but this womans attitude & respect of other people.
You've over stepped the mark on this YOU are saying if your on the dole you get drunk & violent HOW DARE YOU?
Wow... Your dad produced complete football team when he was not the guest of the state.... And your mum still had the time and energy left to do anything else? She deserves admiration

Is there any link between your dad ding birdy and you joining Tories, the party of crooks?

Seriously, I feel sorry for your mum who had to look after 11 kids while on 'Social'. I hope you think of that when your beloved party attacks welfare benefits for vulnerable people and attack single mothers.



O
Paramjit you've got it very wrong.
My father went to prison when I was 11 all the family had been born by then.
My Dad worked in the Merchant Navy & then for Bartholomew's.
He'd lost brother's to TB in the 30's & most working class families had a lot of kids when I was growing up. I know of one family that had 15 kids.
As soon as the youngest was old enough my mum found work at BAT so no we didn't live the life of Riley on the Social.
In all my family not including the eldest who was/is my step brother have any been to prison most own their own home.
I can't go into what my Father did & I don't know how to put it.
I vote Tory after seeing all the hypocritical Socialists out there,
When oH When have Labour ever asked the working class what they want?
Middle class boys & a Corrupt Union Leader who became deputy leader of their party doesn't really make them the party of the people does it?
When did the working man ask for taxes on beer & their wages to rise as much as it did under Labour?
This woman is a disgrace no matter what her circumstances but what do we expect when a mother can break the law & get off Scot free every time?
[quote][p][bold]Paramjit Bahia[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]freefinker[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: Its the social condidions of today that cause the majority of problems. No jobs, cheap drink.[/p][/quote]Don’t be so daft southy. According to your wholly inaccurate and exaggerated statistics there are over 9 million unemployed. They all have ‘cheap drink’ available. Are there 9 million people acting like this? No, of course not.[/p][/quote]Freefinker doing what he best at, twisting words. Every time theres a major recession or a depression in the job market, Then this one of the many problems that go on a major increase, Other things that go on the increase are suicide, Domestic Violence, illness, Homeless, poverity and robberys and murder. Just to make it clear for nonefinkers just because lets say we have 9 million people unemployed it do not mean that they would all react in the same way, some it will not effect others it will effect as hope fades away and despair sets in.[/p][/quote]Southy I totally object to you categorising people in this way. My father was in prison my mum was on Social bringing up 11 kids. my mum never drank ( smoked like a trooper) she looked at it if the teachers or police told us off we must be doing wrong. she would never attack a teacher or police officer so why blame unemployment ( 2.5million) on this woman's actions? This has nothing to do with this persons financial situation but this womans attitude & respect of other people. You've over stepped the mark on this YOU are saying if your on the dole you get drunk & violent HOW DARE YOU?[/p][/quote]Wow... Your dad produced complete football team when he was not the guest of the state.... And your mum still had the time and energy left to do anything else? She deserves admiration Is there any link between your dad ding birdy and you joining Tories, the party of crooks? Seriously, I feel sorry for your mum who had to look after 11 kids while on 'Social'. I hope you think of that when your beloved party attacks welfare benefits for vulnerable people and attack single mothers. O[/p][/quote]Paramjit you've got it very wrong. My father went to prison when I was 11 all the family had been born by then. My Dad worked in the Merchant Navy & then for Bartholomew's. He'd lost brother's to TB in the 30's & most working class families had a lot of kids when I was growing up. I know of one family that had 15 kids. As soon as the youngest was old enough my mum found work at BAT so no we didn't live the life of Riley on the Social. In all my family not including the eldest who was/is my step brother have any been to prison most own their own home. I can't go into what my Father did & I don't know how to put it. I vote Tory after seeing all the hypocritical Socialists out there, When oH When have Labour ever asked the working class what they want? Middle class boys & a Corrupt Union Leader who became deputy leader of their party doesn't really make them the party of the people does it? When did the working man ask for taxes on beer & their wages to rise as much as it did under Labour? This woman is a disgrace no matter what her circumstances but what do we expect when a mother can break the law & get off Scot free every time? loosehead
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5:42pm Sat 22 Dec 12

IronLady2010 says...

cantthinkofone wrote:
southy wrote:
cantthinkofone wrote:
southy wrote:
cantthinkofone wrote:
Paramjit Bahia wrote:
cantthinkofone wrote:
I'll add that I think the sentence was too lenient. I agree with Pete on the root cause, but that doesn't mean it's acceptable.

Ps - Paramjit, when are you going to apologise for your racism ("Uncle Tom", "Coconut") some months back? It's been some time now. All it needs is an admission of fault and an apology. Why won't you do that?
Answer to you self appointed do gooding nameless patronising so and so is NEVER.

These are commonly used words by us in so called 'black communities' for traitors.

And on top of that I have never been member of church going liberal lefty or SWP types 'politically correct' hypocrite brigades.

I have always fought against both black and white racism, and never hesitated to confront my bosses with my sincerely held views, unlike rat like you who boasts on having walked in a march but 5hit scared if colleagues at work find out what you may stand for. My mistake was to respect you marching and trying to encourage to stand for what you believe in at work.

If you stop being coward and come out with your real name, we may be able to compare our records. And know the truths.

Low life self appointed masters of political correctness, the two faced lots like you have picked holes even in Mahatma Gandhi's language, so to a minor person like me it's no surprise.
Even Iron Lady called for you to apologise for your racism.

Paramjit Bahia - racist.
Apple and coconut are terms to discript a person, there skin colour do not match what they are inside, the old term of western orotate gentleman do not get used as much now days
Which by definition implies that there is a "black" way or acting, or a "white" way of acting. That's racism southy, plain and simple. It's inexcusable.
Its not racism, it means that some one as forgotten the culture.
Oh right.

So black people all ought to like hip-hop then. Stuff like that.

Not racist at all, that. No siree.

Why does a black person in Britain have to subscribe to some sort of black 'culture'?

Don't be an apologist for racism pete, it demeans you.
It's Christmas, let's all be nice to one another.

Mr Bahia has made some great posts recently, let's move on from the past.

I admit, I considered the posts racist, although I don't feel Mr Bahia meant them to be.

Let us move on......
[quote][p][bold]cantthinkofone[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]cantthinkofone[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]cantthinkofone[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Paramjit Bahia[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]cantthinkofone[/bold] wrote: I'll add that I think the sentence was too lenient. I agree with Pete on the root cause, but that doesn't mean it's acceptable. Ps - Paramjit, when are you going to apologise for your racism ("Uncle Tom", "Coconut") some months back? It's been some time now. All it needs is an admission of fault and an apology. Why won't you do that?[/p][/quote]Answer to you self appointed do gooding nameless patronising so and so is NEVER. These are commonly used words by us in so called 'black communities' for traitors. And on top of that I have never been member of church going liberal lefty or SWP types 'politically correct' hypocrite brigades. I have always fought against both black and white racism, and never hesitated to confront my bosses with my sincerely held views, unlike rat like you who boasts on having walked in a march but 5hit scared if colleagues at work find out what you may stand for. My mistake was to respect you marching and trying to encourage to stand for what you believe in at work. If you stop being coward and come out with your real name, we may be able to compare our records. And know the truths. Low life self appointed masters of political correctness, the two faced lots like you have picked holes even in Mahatma Gandhi's language, so to a minor person like me it's no surprise.[/p][/quote]Even Iron Lady called for you to apologise for your racism. Paramjit Bahia - racist.[/p][/quote]Apple and coconut are terms to discript a person, there skin colour do not match what they are inside, the old term of western orotate gentleman do not get used as much now days[/p][/quote]Which by definition implies that there is a "black" way or acting, or a "white" way of acting. That's racism southy, plain and simple. It's inexcusable.[/p][/quote]Its not racism, it means that some one as forgotten the culture.[/p][/quote]Oh right. So black people all ought to like hip-hop then. Stuff like that. Not racist at all, that. No siree. Why does a black person in Britain have to subscribe to some sort of black 'culture'? Don't be an apologist for racism pete, it demeans you.[/p][/quote]It's Christmas, let's all be nice to one another. Mr Bahia has made some great posts recently, let's move on from the past. I admit, I considered the posts racist, although I don't feel Mr Bahia meant them to be. Let us move on...... IronLady2010
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5:49pm Sat 22 Dec 12

IronLady2010 says...

I find it hard to believe that any person can go into a school and assault others in front of young children and not get imprisoned. What message does this send out to those youngsters who witnessed this?

Teachers should be fully protected against incidents like this and the Law should be upheld with a strong message.

This (I won't say lady as she clearly is not) person should be taken out of society until she can behave like a normal human being!
I find it hard to believe that any person can go into a school and assault others in front of young children and not get imprisoned. What message does this send out to those youngsters who witnessed this? Teachers should be fully protected against incidents like this and the Law should be upheld with a strong message. This (I won't say lady as she clearly is not) person should be taken out of society until she can behave like a normal human being! IronLady2010
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5:49pm Sat 22 Dec 12

Paramjit Bahia says...

southy wrote:
Paramjit Bahia wrote:
southy wrote:
freefinker wrote:
southy wrote:
Its the social condidions of today that cause the majority of problems.
No jobs, cheap drink.
Don’t be so daft southy.
According to your wholly inaccurate and exaggerated statistics there are over 9 million unemployed. They all have ‘cheap drink’ available.
Are there 9 million people acting like this?
No, of course not.
Freefinker doing what he best at, twisting words.

Every time theres a major recession or a depression in the job market, Then this one of the many problems that go on a major increase, Other things that go on the increase are suicide, Domestic Violence, illness, Homeless, poverity and robberys and murder.

Just to make it clear for nonefinkers just because lets say we have 9 million people unemployed it do not mean that they would all react in the same way, some it will not effect others it will effect as hope fades away and despair sets in.
Southy you are partly right that there is link between crime and economic crisis.

BUT there is difference between a mother without any money forced into crime to feed her starving kids AND somebody having enough for spending upon Booz and physically assaulting staff in school in front of small children, and even after falling in the hands of cops go on throwing racially motivated abuse and threats.

Since when socialism has started to endorse that kind of very serious criminal behaviour?

As a trade unionist and socialist I am very disappointed in you for miserably failing to express any sympathy with workers, who were the victims in this case, but opting to side with a criminal.

Why could you not bring yourself to condemn the magistrate who let this lady get away so lightly?

Considering I have in the past exposed your Trotskyist comrades recruiting members of National Front into Labour Party, perhaps I should not be shocked with your love for criminals and no consideration for workers, unless they go on strike.

In Calcutta section of criminals tend to worship their goddess 'Kali Mata' (Black Mother) I am starting to wonder if here in Southampton you are trying to become Father Xmas for criminals!
Paramjit your forgetting, some will turn to drink or maybe drugs just to forget for a short while.
Then also take this into account also, Some people can react voilently when drunk, drink it self will effect people different way.
so come on Paramjit think abit about it all, and yes I know what she done was well out of order and should of been lock up, But I am not the judge over the matter
Southy I agree with you that drink can be contributory cause for criminal behaviour. But I beg to differ with your well intentioned but misplaced sympathy with criminals, whichever class they may belong to.

Why can't these people think before hitting the bottle? If they have mental health problems, while I sympathise with their medical condition or alcohol addiction, I believe they should approach professionals for help. Yes those services are under pressure due to cuts, but then how many of such criminals join likes of you in opposing cuts? Not most of them, I think.

For me life is very simple, those committing crime should be made accountable for their actions. Compassionate liberal minded attitudes in my opinion have contributed to many problems.

Sooner we on the left face facts the better, otherwise we could be unwittingly leaving this field open for right wing hang and shoot brigades who will exploit such examples for beating the hell out of all unemployed and under privileged victims of their own economic and social policies.
[quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Paramjit Bahia[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]freefinker[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: Its the social condidions of today that cause the majority of problems. No jobs, cheap drink.[/p][/quote]Don’t be so daft southy. According to your wholly inaccurate and exaggerated statistics there are over 9 million unemployed. They all have ‘cheap drink’ available. Are there 9 million people acting like this? No, of course not.[/p][/quote]Freefinker doing what he best at, twisting words. Every time theres a major recession or a depression in the job market, Then this one of the many problems that go on a major increase, Other things that go on the increase are suicide, Domestic Violence, illness, Homeless, poverity and robberys and murder. Just to make it clear for nonefinkers just because lets say we have 9 million people unemployed it do not mean that they would all react in the same way, some it will not effect others it will effect as hope fades away and despair sets in.[/p][/quote]Southy you are partly right that there is link between crime and economic crisis. BUT there is difference between a mother without any money forced into crime to feed her starving kids AND somebody having enough for spending upon Booz and physically assaulting staff in school in front of small children, and even after falling in the hands of cops go on throwing racially motivated abuse and threats. Since when socialism has started to endorse that kind of very serious criminal behaviour? As a trade unionist and socialist I am very disappointed in you for miserably failing to express any sympathy with workers, who were the victims in this case, but opting to side with a criminal. Why could you not bring yourself to condemn the magistrate who let this lady get away so lightly? Considering I have in the past exposed your Trotskyist comrades recruiting members of National Front into Labour Party, perhaps I should not be shocked with your love for criminals and no consideration for workers, unless they go on strike. In Calcutta section of criminals tend to worship their goddess 'Kali Mata' (Black Mother) I am starting to wonder if here in Southampton you are trying to become Father Xmas for criminals![/p][/quote]Paramjit your forgetting, some will turn to drink or maybe drugs just to forget for a short while. Then also take this into account also, Some people can react voilently when drunk, drink it self will effect people different way. so come on Paramjit think abit about it all, and yes I know what she done was well out of order and should of been lock up, But I am not the judge over the matter[/p][/quote]Southy I agree with you that drink can be contributory cause for criminal behaviour. But I beg to differ with your well intentioned but misplaced sympathy with criminals, whichever class they may belong to. Why can't these people think before hitting the bottle? If they have mental health problems, while I sympathise with their medical condition or alcohol addiction, I believe they should approach professionals for help. Yes those services are under pressure due to cuts, but then how many of such criminals join likes of you in opposing cuts? Not most of them, I think. For me life is very simple, those committing crime should be made accountable for their actions. Compassionate liberal minded attitudes in my opinion have contributed to many problems. Sooner we on the left face facts the better, otherwise we could be unwittingly leaving this field open for right wing hang and shoot brigades who will exploit such examples for beating the hell out of all unemployed and under privileged victims of their own economic and social policies. Paramjit Bahia
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6:29pm Sat 22 Dec 12

cantthinkofone says...

IronLady2010 wrote:
cantthinkofone wrote:
southy wrote:
cantthinkofone wrote:
southy wrote:
cantthinkofone wrote:
Paramjit Bahia wrote:
cantthinkofone wrote:
I'll add that I think the sentence was too lenient. I agree with Pete on the root cause, but that doesn't mean it's acceptable.

Ps - Paramjit, when are you going to apologise for your racism ("Uncle Tom", "Coconut") some months back? It's been some time now. All it needs is an admission of fault and an apology. Why won't you do that?
Answer to you self appointed do gooding nameless patronising so and so is NEVER.

These are commonly used words by us in so called 'black communities' for traitors.

And on top of that I have never been member of church going liberal lefty or SWP types 'politically correct' hypocrite brigades.

I have always fought against both black and white racism, and never hesitated to confront my bosses with my sincerely held views, unlike rat like you who boasts on having walked in a march but 5hit scared if colleagues at work find out what you may stand for. My mistake was to respect you marching and trying to encourage to stand for what you believe in at work.

If you stop being coward and come out with your real name, we may be able to compare our records. And know the truths.

Low life self appointed masters of political correctness, the two faced lots like you have picked holes even in Mahatma Gandhi's language, so to a minor person like me it's no surprise.
Even Iron Lady called for you to apologise for your racism.

Paramjit Bahia - racist.
Apple and coconut are terms to discript a person, there skin colour do not match what they are inside, the old term of western orotate gentleman do not get used as much now days
Which by definition implies that there is a "black" way or acting, or a "white" way of acting. That's racism southy, plain and simple. It's inexcusable.
Its not racism, it means that some one as forgotten the culture.
Oh right.

So black people all ought to like hip-hop then. Stuff like that.

Not racist at all, that. No siree.

Why does a black person in Britain have to subscribe to some sort of black 'culture'?

Don't be an apologist for racism pete, it demeans you.
It's Christmas, let's all be nice to one another.

Mr Bahia has made some great posts recently, let's move on from the past.

I admit, I considered the posts racist, although I don't feel Mr Bahia meant them to be.

Let us move on......
I'd be very happy to let it drop, permanently.

All that requires is for Bahia to apologise for his racist remarks.
[quote][p][bold]IronLady2010[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]cantthinkofone[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]cantthinkofone[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]cantthinkofone[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Paramjit Bahia[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]cantthinkofone[/bold] wrote: I'll add that I think the sentence was too lenient. I agree with Pete on the root cause, but that doesn't mean it's acceptable. Ps - Paramjit, when are you going to apologise for your racism ("Uncle Tom", "Coconut") some months back? It's been some time now. All it needs is an admission of fault and an apology. Why won't you do that?[/p][/quote]Answer to you self appointed do gooding nameless patronising so and so is NEVER. These are commonly used words by us in so called 'black communities' for traitors. And on top of that I have never been member of church going liberal lefty or SWP types 'politically correct' hypocrite brigades. I have always fought against both black and white racism, and never hesitated to confront my bosses with my sincerely held views, unlike rat like you who boasts on having walked in a march but 5hit scared if colleagues at work find out what you may stand for. My mistake was to respect you marching and trying to encourage to stand for what you believe in at work. If you stop being coward and come out with your real name, we may be able to compare our records. And know the truths. Low life self appointed masters of political correctness, the two faced lots like you have picked holes even in Mahatma Gandhi's language, so to a minor person like me it's no surprise.[/p][/quote]Even Iron Lady called for you to apologise for your racism. Paramjit Bahia - racist.[/p][/quote]Apple and coconut are terms to discript a person, there skin colour do not match what they are inside, the old term of western orotate gentleman do not get used as much now days[/p][/quote]Which by definition implies that there is a "black" way or acting, or a "white" way of acting. That's racism southy, plain and simple. It's inexcusable.[/p][/quote]Its not racism, it means that some one as forgotten the culture.[/p][/quote]Oh right. So black people all ought to like hip-hop then. Stuff like that. Not racist at all, that. No siree. Why does a black person in Britain have to subscribe to some sort of black 'culture'? Don't be an apologist for racism pete, it demeans you.[/p][/quote]It's Christmas, let's all be nice to one another. Mr Bahia has made some great posts recently, let's move on from the past. I admit, I considered the posts racist, although I don't feel Mr Bahia meant them to be. Let us move on......[/p][/quote]I'd be very happy to let it drop, permanently. All that requires is for Bahia to apologise for his racist remarks. cantthinkofone
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6:44pm Sat 22 Dec 12

Paramjit Bahia says...

cantthinkofone wrote:
southy wrote:
cantthinkofone wrote:
southy wrote:
cantthinkofone wrote:
Paramjit Bahia wrote:
cantthinkofone wrote:
I'll add that I think the sentence was too lenient. I agree with Pete on the root cause, but that doesn't mean it's acceptable.

Ps - Paramjit, when are you going to apologise for your racism ("Uncle Tom", "Coconut") some months back? It's been some time now. All it needs is an admission of fault and an apology. Why won't you do that?
Answer to you self appointed do gooding nameless patronising so and so is NEVER.

These are commonly used words by us in so called 'black communities' for traitors.

And on top of that I have never been member of church going liberal lefty or SWP types 'politically correct' hypocrite brigades.

I have always fought against both black and white racism, and never hesitated to confront my bosses with my sincerely held views, unlike rat like you who boasts on having walked in a march but 5hit scared if colleagues at work find out what you may stand for. My mistake was to respect you marching and trying to encourage to stand for what you believe in at work.

If you stop being coward and come out with your real name, we may be able to compare our records. And know the truths.

Low life self appointed masters of political correctness, the two faced lots like you have picked holes even in Mahatma Gandhi's language, so to a minor person like me it's no surprise.
Even Iron Lady called for you to apologise for your racism.

Paramjit Bahia - racist.
Apple and coconut are terms to discript a person, there skin colour do not match what they are inside, the old term of western orotate gentleman do not get used as much now days
Which by definition implies that there is a "black" way or acting, or a "white" way of acting. That's racism southy, plain and simple. It's inexcusable.
Its not racism, it means that some one as forgotten the culture.
Oh right.

So black people all ought to like hip-hop then. Stuff like that.

Not racist at all, that. No siree.

Why does a black person in Britain have to subscribe to some sort of black 'culture'?

Don't be an apologist for racism pete, it demeans you.
"Why does a black person in Britain have to subscribe to some sort of black culture?" asks self appointed guardian of fight against racism, a coward rat who hides behind adopted ID.

Does he/ she agrees with fascists scare mongering of their assumed Britishness in danger?

Is that what he/she or whatever the creature may be went on marching against i.e. Multi cultural tolerant society based on live and let live ideas?

I suppose distorting spells of my name and viewing the type of work I may do for my living is ok for do gooding snobbish scum, who obviously has no brain to understand what evil of racism is all about, and that it is the cancer of all societies.

Because these do gooders patronising people found it easy to divert attention from real problems of British society, which make misery of everybody's life regardless of their race or gender, but they tried to look good by dividing and dominating so called minorities by complaining about what was the label on jam jar, dolls for children or even silliest possible attempts to rename Xmas.

In my opinion such parasites of fight against racism are worse than even fascists.

Hardly surprising first time ever I got physically attacked for defending the right of a West Indian man's right to express his view at an anti racism meeting was by members of Socialist Workers Party, who were apologised for their liberal minded friends.

I may disagree with Southy sometime, but he is right, my advice to him will be to ignore likes of such contributors with contempt.
[quote][p][bold]cantthinkofone[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]cantthinkofone[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]cantthinkofone[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Paramjit Bahia[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]cantthinkofone[/bold] wrote: I'll add that I think the sentence was too lenient. I agree with Pete on the root cause, but that doesn't mean it's acceptable. Ps - Paramjit, when are you going to apologise for your racism ("Uncle Tom", "Coconut") some months back? It's been some time now. All it needs is an admission of fault and an apology. Why won't you do that?[/p][/quote]Answer to you self appointed do gooding nameless patronising so and so is NEVER. These are commonly used words by us in so called 'black communities' for traitors. And on top of that I have never been member of church going liberal lefty or SWP types 'politically correct' hypocrite brigades. I have always fought against both black and white racism, and never hesitated to confront my bosses with my sincerely held views, unlike rat like you who boasts on having walked in a march but 5hit scared if colleagues at work find out what you may stand for. My mistake was to respect you marching and trying to encourage to stand for what you believe in at work. If you stop being coward and come out with your real name, we may be able to compare our records. And know the truths. Low life self appointed masters of political correctness, the two faced lots like you have picked holes even in Mahatma Gandhi's language, so to a minor person like me it's no surprise.[/p][/quote]Even Iron Lady called for you to apologise for your racism. Paramjit Bahia - racist.[/p][/quote]Apple and coconut are terms to discript a person, there skin colour do not match what they are inside, the old term of western orotate gentleman do not get used as much now days[/p][/quote]Which by definition implies that there is a "black" way or acting, or a "white" way of acting. That's racism southy, plain and simple. It's inexcusable.[/p][/quote]Its not racism, it means that some one as forgotten the culture.[/p][/quote]Oh right. So black people all ought to like hip-hop then. Stuff like that. Not racist at all, that. No siree. Why does a black person in Britain have to subscribe to some sort of black 'culture'? Don't be an apologist for racism pete, it demeans you.[/p][/quote]"Why does a black person in Britain have to subscribe to some sort of black culture?" asks self appointed guardian of fight against racism, a coward rat who hides behind adopted ID. Does he/ she agrees with fascists scare mongering of their assumed Britishness in danger? Is that what he/she or whatever the creature may be went on marching against i.e. Multi cultural tolerant society based on live and let live ideas? I suppose distorting spells of my name and viewing the type of work I may do for my living is ok for do gooding snobbish scum, who obviously has no brain to understand what evil of racism is all about, and that it is the cancer of all societies. Because these do gooders patronising people found it easy to divert attention from real problems of British society, which make misery of everybody's life regardless of their race or gender, but they tried to look good by dividing and dominating so called minorities by complaining about what was the label on jam jar, dolls for children or even silliest possible attempts to rename Xmas. In my opinion such parasites of fight against racism are worse than even fascists. Hardly surprising first time ever I got physically attacked for defending the right of a West Indian man's right to express his view at an anti racism meeting was by members of Socialist Workers Party, who were apologised for their liberal minded friends. I may disagree with Southy sometime, but he is right, my advice to him will be to ignore likes of such contributors with contempt. Paramjit Bahia
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8:42pm Sat 22 Dec 12

MGRA says...

loads of hot air... foul mouthed drunk **** scum need to be locked up.. there it took me a few lines....
loads of hot air... foul mouthed drunk **** scum need to be locked up.. there it took me a few lines.... MGRA
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8:48pm Sat 22 Dec 12

Shoong says...

southy wrote:
cantthinkofone wrote:
southy wrote:
cantthinkofone wrote:
Paramjit Bahia wrote:
cantthinkofone wrote:
I'll add that I think the sentence was too lenient. I agree with Pete on the root cause, but that doesn't mean it's acceptable.

Ps - Paramjit, when are you going to apologise for your racism ("Uncle Tom", "Coconut") some months back? It's been some time now. All it needs is an admission of fault and an apology. Why won't you do that?
Answer to you self appointed do gooding nameless patronising so and so is NEVER.

These are commonly used words by us in so called 'black communities' for traitors.

And on top of that I have never been member of church going liberal lefty or SWP types 'politically correct' hypocrite brigades.

I have always fought against both black and white racism, and never hesitated to confront my bosses with my sincerely held views, unlike rat like you who boasts on having walked in a march but 5hit scared if colleagues at work find out what you may stand for. My mistake was to respect you marching and trying to encourage to stand for what you believe in at work.

If you stop being coward and come out with your real name, we may be able to compare our records. And know the truths.

Low life self appointed masters of political correctness, the two faced lots like you have picked holes even in Mahatma Gandhi's language, so to a minor person like me it's no surprise.
Even Iron Lady called for you to apologise for your racism.

Paramjit Bahia - racist.
Apple and coconut are terms to discript a person, there skin colour do not match what they are inside, the old term of western orotate gentleman do not get used as much now days
Which by definition implies that there is a "black" way or acting, or a "white" way of acting. That's racism southy, plain and simple. It's inexcusable.
Its not racism, it means that some one as forgotten the culture.
Making excuses for criminals I see Peter, just to score political points. Deary me, just when I think you're lower than a snakes belly you manage to plumb deeper depths yet again.
[quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]cantthinkofone[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]cantthinkofone[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Paramjit Bahia[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]cantthinkofone[/bold] wrote: I'll add that I think the sentence was too lenient. I agree with Pete on the root cause, but that doesn't mean it's acceptable. Ps - Paramjit, when are you going to apologise for your racism ("Uncle Tom", "Coconut") some months back? It's been some time now. All it needs is an admission of fault and an apology. Why won't you do that?[/p][/quote]Answer to you self appointed do gooding nameless patronising so and so is NEVER. These are commonly used words by us in so called 'black communities' for traitors. And on top of that I have never been member of church going liberal lefty or SWP types 'politically correct' hypocrite brigades. I have always fought against both black and white racism, and never hesitated to confront my bosses with my sincerely held views, unlike rat like you who boasts on having walked in a march but 5hit scared if colleagues at work find out what you may stand for. My mistake was to respect you marching and trying to encourage to stand for what you believe in at work. If you stop being coward and come out with your real name, we may be able to compare our records. And know the truths. Low life self appointed masters of political correctness, the two faced lots like you have picked holes even in Mahatma Gandhi's language, so to a minor person like me it's no surprise.[/p][/quote]Even Iron Lady called for you to apologise for your racism. Paramjit Bahia - racist.[/p][/quote]Apple and coconut are terms to discript a person, there skin colour do not match what they are inside, the old term of western orotate gentleman do not get used as much now days[/p][/quote]Which by definition implies that there is a "black" way or acting, or a "white" way of acting. That's racism southy, plain and simple. It's inexcusable.[/p][/quote]Its not racism, it means that some one as forgotten the culture.[/p][/quote]Making excuses for criminals I see Peter, just to score political points. Deary me, just when I think you're lower than a snakes belly you manage to plumb deeper depths yet again. Shoong
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8:50pm Sat 22 Dec 12

Nicole23 says...

Doesn't matter what you think about it, someone will just verbally attack you. The clue for me is in the surname, that's all I'll say and think back to the pile of industrial waste that damaged the drainage system in Sholing.
Doesn't matter what you think about it, someone will just verbally attack you. The clue for me is in the surname, that's all I'll say and think back to the pile of industrial waste that damaged the drainage system in Sholing. Nicole23
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9:03pm Sat 22 Dec 12

loosehead says...

Nicole23 wrote:
Doesn't matter what you think about it, someone will just verbally attack you. The clue for me is in the surname, that's all I'll say and think back to the pile of industrial waste that damaged the drainage system in Sholing.
So it's not because she's poor? she's just a toe rag then?
[quote][p][bold]Nicole23[/bold] wrote: Doesn't matter what you think about it, someone will just verbally attack you. The clue for me is in the surname, that's all I'll say and think back to the pile of industrial waste that damaged the drainage system in Sholing.[/p][/quote]So it's not because she's poor? she's just a toe rag then? loosehead
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9:15pm Sat 22 Dec 12

Nicole23 says...

loosehead wrote:
Nicole23 wrote:
Doesn't matter what you think about it, someone will just verbally attack you. The clue for me is in the surname, that's all I'll say and think back to the pile of industrial waste that damaged the drainage system in Sholing.
So it's not because she's poor? she's just a toe rag then?
How do you interpret any thing I said with being poor, get a life.
[quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nicole23[/bold] wrote: Doesn't matter what you think about it, someone will just verbally attack you. The clue for me is in the surname, that's all I'll say and think back to the pile of industrial waste that damaged the drainage system in Sholing.[/p][/quote]So it's not because she's poor? she's just a toe rag then?[/p][/quote]How do you interpret any thing I said with being poor, get a life. Nicole23
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11:57pm Sat 22 Dec 12

Sir Ad E Noid says...

Nicole23 wrote:
loosehead wrote:
Nicole23 wrote:
Doesn't matter what you think about it, someone will just verbally attack you. The clue for me is in the surname, that's all I'll say and think back to the pile of industrial waste that damaged the drainage system in Sholing.
So it's not because she's poor? she's just a toe rag then?
How do you interpret any thing I said with being poor, get a life.
Ohh, she is a James.
[quote][p][bold]Nicole23[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nicole23[/bold] wrote: Doesn't matter what you think about it, someone will just verbally attack you. The clue for me is in the surname, that's all I'll say and think back to the pile of industrial waste that damaged the drainage system in Sholing.[/p][/quote]So it's not because she's poor? she's just a toe rag then?[/p][/quote]How do you interpret any thing I said with being poor, get a life.[/p][/quote]Ohh, she is a James. Sir Ad E Noid
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8:20am Sun 23 Dec 12

loosehead says...

Nicole23 wrote:
loosehead wrote:
Nicole23 wrote:
Doesn't matter what you think about it, someone will just verbally attack you. The clue for me is in the surname, that's all I'll say and think back to the pile of industrial waste that damaged the drainage system in Sholing.
So it's not because she's poor? she's just a toe rag then?
How do you interpret any thing I said with being poor, get a life.
Nicole I wasn't . I read your post & understood exactly what you were saying.
many ( southy) on here are putting it down to her being unemployed & after your bit of information I was just pointing out it wasn't because of her financial situation it was her that was & is the problem okay?
MERRY CHRISTMAS & A HAPPY NEW YEAR!
[quote][p][bold]Nicole23[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nicole23[/bold] wrote: Doesn't matter what you think about it, someone will just verbally attack you. The clue for me is in the surname, that's all I'll say and think back to the pile of industrial waste that damaged the drainage system in Sholing.[/p][/quote]So it's not because she's poor? she's just a toe rag then?[/p][/quote]How do you interpret any thing I said with being poor, get a life.[/p][/quote]Nicole I wasn't . I read your post & understood exactly what you were saying. many ( southy) on here are putting it down to her being unemployed & after your bit of information I was just pointing out it wasn't because of her financial situation it was her that was & is the problem okay? MERRY CHRISTMAS & A HAPPY NEW YEAR! loosehead
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8:24am Sun 23 Dec 12

dogbruce says...

Pure bred scum got a way with yet another crime ,.
Pure bred scum got a way with yet another crime ,. dogbruce
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9:46am Sun 23 Dec 12

southy says...

cantthinkofone wrote:
southy wrote:
cantthinkofone wrote:
southy wrote:
cantthinkofone wrote:
Paramjit Bahia wrote:
cantthinkofone wrote:
I'll add that I think the sentence was too lenient. I agree with Pete on the root cause, but that doesn't mean it's acceptable.

Ps - Paramjit, when are you going to apologise for your racism ("Uncle Tom", "Coconut") some months back? It's been some time now. All it needs is an admission of fault and an apology. Why won't you do that?
Answer to you self appointed do gooding nameless patronising so and so is NEVER.

These are commonly used words by us in so called 'black communities' for traitors.

And on top of that I have never been member of church going liberal lefty or SWP types 'politically correct' hypocrite brigades.

I have always fought against both black and white racism, and never hesitated to confront my bosses with my sincerely held views, unlike rat like you who boasts on having walked in a march but 5hit scared if colleagues at work find out what you may stand for. My mistake was to respect you marching and trying to encourage to stand for what you believe in at work.

If you stop being coward and come out with your real name, we may be able to compare our records. And know the truths.

Low life self appointed masters of political correctness, the two faced lots like you have picked holes even in Mahatma Gandhi's language, so to a minor person like me it's no surprise.
Even Iron Lady called for you to apologise for your racism.

Paramjit Bahia - racist.
Apple and coconut are terms to discript a person, there skin colour do not match what they are inside, the old term of western orotate gentleman do not get used as much now days
Which by definition implies that there is a "black" way or acting, or a "white" way of acting. That's racism southy, plain and simple. It's inexcusable.
Its not racism, it means that some one as forgotten the culture.
Oh right.

So black people all ought to like hip-hop then. Stuff like that.

Not racist at all, that. No siree.

Why does a black person in Britain have to subscribe to some sort of black 'culture'?

Don't be an apologist for racism pete, it demeans you.
Its Racism when its ment to hurt in one from or another, when its used to give a description its not, like when a Native American calls another Native American an Apple, He just saying "my friend you might have a red skin, but your a white capitalist inside, and have forgotten your roots" and the same would apply in the manor of the word coconut, but a white person can not use these words, it would wrong and would be racism, the prober words to use is "western orotate gentleman".
Do you get my drift now.
[quote][p][bold]cantthinkofone[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]cantthinkofone[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]cantthinkofone[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Paramjit Bahia[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]cantthinkofone[/bold] wrote: I'll add that I think the sentence was too lenient. I agree with Pete on the root cause, but that doesn't mean it's acceptable. Ps - Paramjit, when are you going to apologise for your racism ("Uncle Tom", "Coconut") some months back? It's been some time now. All it needs is an admission of fault and an apology. Why won't you do that?[/p][/quote]Answer to you self appointed do gooding nameless patronising so and so is NEVER. These are commonly used words by us in so called 'black communities' for traitors. And on top of that I have never been member of church going liberal lefty or SWP types 'politically correct' hypocrite brigades. I have always fought against both black and white racism, and never hesitated to confront my bosses with my sincerely held views, unlike rat like you who boasts on having walked in a march but 5hit scared if colleagues at work find out what you may stand for. My mistake was to respect you marching and trying to encourage to stand for what you believe in at work. If you stop being coward and come out with your real name, we may be able to compare our records. And know the truths. Low life self appointed masters of political correctness, the two faced lots like you have picked holes even in Mahatma Gandhi's language, so to a minor person like me it's no surprise.[/p][/quote]Even Iron Lady called for you to apologise for your racism. Paramjit Bahia - racist.[/p][/quote]Apple and coconut are terms to discript a person, there skin colour do not match what they are inside, the old term of western orotate gentleman do not get used as much now days[/p][/quote]Which by definition implies that there is a "black" way or acting, or a "white" way of acting. That's racism southy, plain and simple. It's inexcusable.[/p][/quote]Its not racism, it means that some one as forgotten the culture.[/p][/quote]Oh right. So black people all ought to like hip-hop then. Stuff like that. Not racist at all, that. No siree. Why does a black person in Britain have to subscribe to some sort of black 'culture'? Don't be an apologist for racism pete, it demeans you.[/p][/quote]Its Racism when its ment to hurt in one from or another, when its used to give a description its not, like when a Native American calls another Native American an Apple, He just saying "my friend you might have a red skin, but your a white capitalist inside, and have forgotten your roots" and the same would apply in the manor of the word coconut, but a white person can not use these words, it would wrong and would be racism, the prober words to use is "western orotate gentleman". Do you get my drift now. southy
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9:59am Sun 23 Dec 12

southy says...

IronLady2010 wrote:
mossar wrote:
Kellie James' home address was given as Holbury, why was she in a school in Hightown?
She was under the influence and probably lost haha.
I did notice that my self, and your reply made me smile a little.
[quote][p][bold]IronLady2010[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mossar[/bold] wrote: Kellie James' home address was given as Holbury, why was she in a school in Hightown?[/p][/quote]She was under the influence and probably lost haha.[/p][/quote]I did notice that my self, and your reply made me smile a little. southy
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10:14am Sun 23 Dec 12

southy says...

MGRA wrote:
southy wrote:
Its the social condidions of today that cause the majority of problems.
No jobs, cheap drink.
Wake up Southy. This family are notorious.... do you homework before making stupid statements.
Question MGRA do you know this family personally I don't, Is James her maiden name or is it married name.

I know 2 Jimmy James over this side of town, well did do 1 died a number of years ago now and the other as a mental health issue and its sad to see the state he is in now days, these 2 Jimmy James where not related.
[quote][p][bold]MGRA[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: Its the social condidions of today that cause the majority of problems. No jobs, cheap drink.[/p][/quote]Wake up Southy. This family are notorious.... do you homework before making stupid statements.[/p][/quote]Question MGRA do you know this family personally I don't, Is James her maiden name or is it married name. I know 2 Jimmy James over this side of town, well did do 1 died a number of years ago now and the other as a mental health issue and its sad to see the state he is in now days, these 2 Jimmy James where not related. southy
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10:24am Sun 23 Dec 12

southy says...

loosehead said
"many ( southy) on here are putting it down to her being unemployed"

Now where did I said I was putting it down to her being unemployed, I said this.

"Its the social condidions of today that cause the majority of problems.
No jobs, cheap drink."

And that is a general open statement of the conditions of today that effects many people, the social conditions have change a great deal in the last 30 years and there reasons behind it
loosehead said "many ( southy) on here are putting it down to her being unemployed" Now where did I said I was putting it down to her being unemployed, I said this. "Its the social condidions of today that cause the majority of problems. No jobs, cheap drink." And that is a general open statement of the conditions of today that effects many people, the social conditions have change a great deal in the last 30 years and there reasons behind it southy
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11:37am Sun 23 Dec 12

rightway says...

southy wrote:
cantthinkofone wrote:
southy wrote:
cantthinkofone wrote:
southy wrote:
cantthinkofone wrote:
Paramjit Bahia wrote:
cantthinkofone wrote: I'll add that I think the sentence was too lenient. I agree with Pete on the root cause, but that doesn't mean it's acceptable. Ps - Paramjit, when are you going to apologise for your racism ("Uncle Tom", "Coconut") some months back? It's been some time now. All it needs is an admission of fault and an apology. Why won't you do that?
Answer to you self appointed do gooding nameless patronising so and so is NEVER. These are commonly used words by us in so called 'black communities' for traitors. And on top of that I have never been member of church going liberal lefty or SWP types 'politically correct' hypocrite brigades. I have always fought against both black and white racism, and never hesitated to confront my bosses with my sincerely held views, unlike rat like you who boasts on having walked in a march but 5hit scared if colleagues at work find out what you may stand for. My mistake was to respect you marching and trying to encourage to stand for what you believe in at work. If you stop being coward and come out with your real name, we may be able to compare our records. And know the truths. Low life self appointed masters of political correctness, the two faced lots like you have picked holes even in Mahatma Gandhi's language, so to a minor person like me it's no surprise.
Even Iron Lady called for you to apologise for your racism. Paramjit Bahia - racist.
Apple and coconut are terms to discript a person, there skin colour do not match what they are inside, the old term of western orotate gentleman do not get used as much now days
Which by definition implies that there is a "black" way or acting, or a "white" way of acting. That's racism southy, plain and simple. It's inexcusable.
Its not racism, it means that some one as forgotten the culture.
Oh right. So black people all ought to like hip-hop then. Stuff like that. Not racist at all, that. No siree. Why does a black person in Britain have to subscribe to some sort of black 'culture'? Don't be an apologist for racism pete, it demeans you.
Its Racism when its ment to hurt in one from or another, when its used to give a description its not, like when a Native American calls another Native American an Apple, He just saying "my friend you might have a red skin, but your a white capitalist inside, and have forgotten your roots" and the same would apply in the manor of the word coconut, but a white person can not use these words, it would wrong and would be racism, the prober words to use is "western orotate gentleman". Do you get my drift now.
I find it much easier just to hate everyone equally, regardless of colour or greed.
[quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]cantthinkofone[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]cantthinkofone[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]cantthinkofone[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Paramjit Bahia[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]cantthinkofone[/bold] wrote: I'll add that I think the sentence was too lenient. I agree with Pete on the root cause, but that doesn't mean it's acceptable. Ps - Paramjit, when are you going to apologise for your racism ("Uncle Tom", "Coconut") some months back? It's been some time now. All it needs is an admission of fault and an apology. Why won't you do that?[/p][/quote]Answer to you self appointed do gooding nameless patronising so and so is NEVER. These are commonly used words by us in so called 'black communities' for traitors. And on top of that I have never been member of church going liberal lefty or SWP types 'politically correct' hypocrite brigades. I have always fought against both black and white racism, and never hesitated to confront my bosses with my sincerely held views, unlike rat like you who boasts on having walked in a march but 5hit scared if colleagues at work find out what you may stand for. My mistake was to respect you marching and trying to encourage to stand for what you believe in at work. If you stop being coward and come out with your real name, we may be able to compare our records. And know the truths. Low life self appointed masters of political correctness, the two faced lots like you have picked holes even in Mahatma Gandhi's language, so to a minor person like me it's no surprise.[/p][/quote]Even Iron Lady called for you to apologise for your racism. Paramjit Bahia - racist.[/p][/quote]Apple and coconut are terms to discript a person, there skin colour do not match what they are inside, the old term of western orotate gentleman do not get used as much now days[/p][/quote]Which by definition implies that there is a "black" way or acting, or a "white" way of acting. That's racism southy, plain and simple. It's inexcusable.[/p][/quote]Its not racism, it means that some one as forgotten the culture.[/p][/quote]Oh right. So black people all ought to like hip-hop then. Stuff like that. Not racist at all, that. No siree. Why does a black person in Britain have to subscribe to some sort of black 'culture'? Don't be an apologist for racism pete, it demeans you.[/p][/quote]Its Racism when its ment to hurt in one from or another, when its used to give a description its not, like when a Native American calls another Native American an Apple, He just saying "my friend you might have a red skin, but your a white capitalist inside, and have forgotten your roots" and the same would apply in the manor of the word coconut, but a white person can not use these words, it would wrong and would be racism, the prober words to use is "western orotate gentleman". Do you get my drift now.[/p][/quote]I find it much easier just to hate everyone equally, regardless of colour or greed. rightway
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12:49pm Sun 23 Dec 12

cantthinkofone says...

southy wrote:
cantthinkofone wrote:
southy wrote:
cantthinkofone wrote:
southy wrote:
cantthinkofone wrote:
Paramjit Bahia wrote:
cantthinkofone wrote:
I'll add that I think the sentence was too lenient. I agree with Pete on the root cause, but that doesn't mean it's acceptable.

Ps - Paramjit, when are you going to apologise for your racism ("Uncle Tom", "Coconut") some months back? It's been some time now. All it needs is an admission of fault and an apology. Why won't you do that?
Answer to you self appointed do gooding nameless patronising so and so is NEVER.

These are commonly used words by us in so called 'black communities' for traitors.

And on top of that I have never been member of church going liberal lefty or SWP types 'politically correct' hypocrite brigades.

I have always fought against both black and white racism, and never hesitated to confront my bosses with my sincerely held views, unlike rat like you who boasts on having walked in a march but 5hit scared if colleagues at work find out what you may stand for. My mistake was to respect you marching and trying to encourage to stand for what you believe in at work.

If you stop being coward and come out with your real name, we may be able to compare our records. And know the truths.

Low life self appointed masters of political correctness, the two faced lots like you have picked holes even in Mahatma Gandhi's language, so to a minor person like me it's no surprise.
Even Iron Lady called for you to apologise for your racism.

Paramjit Bahia - racist.
Apple and coconut are terms to discript a person, there skin colour do not match what they are inside, the old term of western orotate gentleman do not get used as much now days
Which by definition implies that there is a "black" way or acting, or a "white" way of acting. That's racism southy, plain and simple. It's inexcusable.
Its not racism, it means that some one as forgotten the culture.
Oh right.

So black people all ought to like hip-hop then. Stuff like that.

Not racist at all, that. No siree.

Why does a black person in Britain have to subscribe to some sort of black 'culture'?

Don't be an apologist for racism pete, it demeans you.
Its Racism when its ment to hurt in one from or another, when its used to give a description its not, like when a Native American calls another Native American an Apple, He just saying "my friend you might have a red skin, but your a white capitalist inside, and have forgotten your roots" and the same would apply in the manor of the word coconut, but a white person can not use these words, it would wrong and would be racism, the prober words to use is "western orotate gentleman".
Do you get my drift now.
I get your drift perfectly.

It's racism.

The expectation that people of a certain ethnicity have a duty to act in a set manner is a blight that has disempowered ethnic minorities for decades.

My word. Southampton really is about 20 years behind the rest of developed world isn't it. Stultifying levels of ignorance on display from you and Bahia here.
[quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]cantthinkofone[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]cantthinkofone[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]cantthinkofone[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Paramjit Bahia[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]cantthinkofone[/bold] wrote: I'll add that I think the sentence was too lenient. I agree with Pete on the root cause, but that doesn't mean it's acceptable. Ps - Paramjit, when are you going to apologise for your racism ("Uncle Tom", "Coconut") some months back? It's been some time now. All it needs is an admission of fault and an apology. Why won't you do that?[/p][/quote]Answer to you self appointed do gooding nameless patronising so and so is NEVER. These are commonly used words by us in so called 'black communities' for traitors. And on top of that I have never been member of church going liberal lefty or SWP types 'politically correct' hypocrite brigades. I have always fought against both black and white racism, and never hesitated to confront my bosses with my sincerely held views, unlike rat like you who boasts on having walked in a march but 5hit scared if colleagues at work find out what you may stand for. My mistake was to respect you marching and trying to encourage to stand for what you believe in at work. If you stop being coward and come out with your real name, we may be able to compare our records. And know the truths. Low life self appointed masters of political correctness, the two faced lots like you have picked holes even in Mahatma Gandhi's language, so to a minor person like me it's no surprise.[/p][/quote]Even Iron Lady called for you to apologise for your racism. Paramjit Bahia - racist.[/p][/quote]Apple and coconut are terms to discript a person, there skin colour do not match what they are inside, the old term of western orotate gentleman do not get used as much now days[/p][/quote]Which by definition implies that there is a "black" way or acting, or a "white" way of acting. That's racism southy, plain and simple. It's inexcusable.[/p][/quote]Its not racism, it means that some one as forgotten the culture.[/p][/quote]Oh right. So black people all ought to like hip-hop then. Stuff like that. Not racist at all, that. No siree. Why does a black person in Britain have to subscribe to some sort of black 'culture'? Don't be an apologist for racism pete, it demeans you.[/p][/quote]Its Racism when its ment to hurt in one from or another, when its used to give a description its not, like when a Native American calls another Native American an Apple, He just saying "my friend you might have a red skin, but your a white capitalist inside, and have forgotten your roots" and the same would apply in the manor of the word coconut, but a white person can not use these words, it would wrong and would be racism, the prober words to use is "western orotate gentleman". Do you get my drift now.[/p][/quote]I get your drift perfectly. It's racism. The expectation that people of a certain ethnicity have a duty to act in a set manner is a blight that has disempowered ethnic minorities for decades. My word. Southampton really is about 20 years behind the rest of developed world isn't it. Stultifying levels of ignorance on display from you and Bahia here. cantthinkofone
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1:03pm Sun 23 Dec 12

loosehead says...

cantthinkofone wrote:
southy wrote:
cantthinkofone wrote:
southy wrote:
cantthinkofone wrote:
southy wrote:
cantthinkofone wrote:
Paramjit Bahia wrote:
cantthinkofone wrote:
I'll add that I think the sentence was too lenient. I agree with Pete on the root cause, but that doesn't mean it's acceptable.

Ps - Paramjit, when are you going to apologise for your racism ("Uncle Tom", "Coconut") some months back? It's been some time now. All it needs is an admission of fault and an apology. Why won't you do that?
Answer to you self appointed do gooding nameless patronising so and so is NEVER.

These are commonly used words by us in so called 'black communities' for traitors.

And on top of that I have never been member of church going liberal lefty or SWP types 'politically correct' hypocrite brigades.

I have always fought against both black and white racism, and never hesitated to confront my bosses with my sincerely held views, unlike rat like you who boasts on having walked in a march but 5hit scared if colleagues at work find out what you may stand for. My mistake was to respect you marching and trying to encourage to stand for what you believe in at work.

If you stop being coward and come out with your real name, we may be able to compare our records. And know the truths.

Low life self appointed masters of political correctness, the two faced lots like you have picked holes even in Mahatma Gandhi's language, so to a minor person like me it's no surprise.
Even Iron Lady called for you to apologise for your racism.

Paramjit Bahia - racist.
Apple and coconut are terms to discript a person, there skin colour do not match what they are inside, the old term of western orotate gentleman do not get used as much now days
Which by definition implies that there is a "black" way or acting, or a "white" way of acting. That's racism southy, plain and simple. It's inexcusable.
Its not racism, it means that some one as forgotten the culture.
Oh right.

So black people all ought to like hip-hop then. Stuff like that.

Not racist at all, that. No siree.

Why does a black person in Britain have to subscribe to some sort of black 'culture'?

Don't be an apologist for racism pete, it demeans you.
Its Racism when its ment to hurt in one from or another, when its used to give a description its not, like when a Native American calls another Native American an Apple, He just saying "my friend you might have a red skin, but your a white capitalist inside, and have forgotten your roots" and the same would apply in the manor of the word coconut, but a white person can not use these words, it would wrong and would be racism, the prober words to use is "western orotate gentleman".
Do you get my drift now.
I get your drift perfectly.

It's racism.

The expectation that people of a certain ethnicity have a duty to act in a set manner is a blight that has disempowered ethnic minorities for decades.

My word. Southampton really is about 20 years behind the rest of developed world isn't it. Stultifying levels of ignorance on display from you and Bahia here.
I thought Racism was when a person treated another bad either by colour or race?
Say like a woman only going out with a guy because of the colour of his skin or because of where he was born?
Refusing entry because they were Scottish,Irish, English.or Welsh.
Calling some one Taffy,Paddy Jock Strap or Sassenach are Racist.
As is the name calling from any one from Pakistan or India or Africa or Even calling the French FROGGIES
So once again Southy gets it wrong.
[quote][p][bold]cantthinkofone[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]cantthinkofone[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]cantthinkofone[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]cantthinkofone[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Paramjit Bahia[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]cantthinkofone[/bold] wrote: I'll add that I think the sentence was too lenient. I agree with Pete on the root cause, but that doesn't mean it's acceptable. Ps - Paramjit, when are you going to apologise for your racism ("Uncle Tom", "Coconut") some months back? It's been some time now. All it needs is an admission of fault and an apology. Why won't you do that?[/p][/quote]Answer to you self appointed do gooding nameless patronising so and so is NEVER. These are commonly used words by us in so called 'black communities' for traitors. And on top of that I have never been member of church going liberal lefty or SWP types 'politically correct' hypocrite brigades. I have always fought against both black and white racism, and never hesitated to confront my bosses with my sincerely held views, unlike rat like you who boasts on having walked in a march but 5hit scared if colleagues at work find out what you may stand for. My mistake was to respect you marching and trying to encourage to stand for what you believe in at work. If you stop being coward and come out with your real name, we may be able to compare our records. And know the truths. Low life self appointed masters of political correctness, the two faced lots like you have picked holes even in Mahatma Gandhi's language, so to a minor person like me it's no surprise.[/p][/quote]Even Iron Lady called for you to apologise for your racism. Paramjit Bahia - racist.[/p][/quote]Apple and coconut are terms to discript a person, there skin colour do not match what they are inside, the old term of western orotate gentleman do not get used as much now days[/p][/quote]Which by definition implies that there is a "black" way or acting, or a "white" way of acting. That's racism southy, plain and simple. It's inexcusable.[/p][/quote]Its not racism, it means that some one as forgotten the culture.[/p][/quote]Oh right. So black people all ought to like hip-hop then. Stuff like that. Not racist at all, that. No siree. Why does a black person in Britain have to subscribe to some sort of black 'culture'? Don't be an apologist for racism pete, it demeans you.[/p][/quote]Its Racism when its ment to hurt in one from or another, when its used to give a description its not, like when a Native American calls another Native American an Apple, He just saying "my friend you might have a red skin, but your a white capitalist inside, and have forgotten your roots" and the same would apply in the manor of the word coconut, but a white person can not use these words, it would wrong and would be racism, the prober words to use is "western orotate gentleman". Do you get my drift now.[/p][/quote]I get your drift perfectly. It's racism. The expectation that people of a certain ethnicity have a duty to act in a set manner is a blight that has disempowered ethnic minorities for decades. My word. Southampton really is about 20 years behind the rest of developed world isn't it. Stultifying levels of ignorance on display from you and Bahia here.[/p][/quote]I thought Racism was when a person treated another bad either by colour or race? Say like a woman only going out with a guy because of the colour of his skin or because of where he was born? Refusing entry because they were Scottish,Irish, English.or Welsh. Calling some one Taffy,Paddy Jock Strap or Sassenach are Racist. As is the name calling from any one from Pakistan or India or Africa or Even calling the French FROGGIES So once again Southy gets it wrong. loosehead
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1:15pm Sun 23 Dec 12

southy says...

cantthinkofone wrote:
southy wrote:
cantthinkofone wrote:
southy wrote:
cantthinkofone wrote:
southy wrote:
cantthinkofone wrote:
Paramjit Bahia wrote:
cantthinkofone wrote:
I'll add that I think the sentence was too lenient. I agree with Pete on the root cause, but that doesn't mean it's acceptable.

Ps - Paramjit, when are you going to apologise for your racism ("Uncle Tom", "Coconut") some months back? It's been some time now. All it needs is an admission of fault and an apology. Why won't you do that?
Answer to you self appointed do gooding nameless patronising so and so is NEVER.

These are commonly used words by us in so called 'black communities' for traitors.

And on top of that I have never been member of church going liberal lefty or SWP types 'politically correct' hypocrite brigades.

I have always fought against both black and white racism, and never hesitated to confront my bosses with my sincerely held views, unlike rat like you who boasts on having walked in a march but 5hit scared if colleagues at work find out what you may stand for. My mistake was to respect you marching and trying to encourage to stand for what you believe in at work.

If you stop being coward and come out with your real name, we may be able to compare our records. And know the truths.

Low life self appointed masters of political correctness, the two faced lots like you have picked holes even in Mahatma Gandhi's language, so to a minor person like me it's no surprise.
Even Iron Lady called for you to apologise for your racism.

Paramjit Bahia - racist.
Apple and coconut are terms to discript a person, there skin colour do not match what they are inside, the old term of western orotate gentleman do not get used as much now days
Which by definition implies that there is a "black" way or acting, or a "white" way of acting. That's racism southy, plain and simple. It's inexcusable.
Its not racism, it means that some one as forgotten the culture.
Oh right.

So black people all ought to like hip-hop then. Stuff like that.

Not racist at all, that. No siree.

Why does a black person in Britain have to subscribe to some sort of black 'culture'?

Don't be an apologist for racism pete, it demeans you.
Its Racism when its ment to hurt in one from or another, when its used to give a description its not, like when a Native American calls another Native American an Apple, He just saying "my friend you might have a red skin, but your a white capitalist inside, and have forgotten your roots" and the same would apply in the manor of the word coconut, but a white person can not use these words, it would wrong and would be racism, the prober words to use is "western orotate gentleman".
Do you get my drift now.
I get your drift perfectly.

It's racism.

The expectation that people of a certain ethnicity have a duty to act in a set manner is a blight that has disempowered ethnic minorities for decades.

My word. Southampton really is about 20 years behind the rest of developed world isn't it. Stultifying levels of ignorance on display from you and Bahia here.
Its not racism at all, what it is you are trying to do is put it in a nice tidy box, and not allowing any diffences in meaning. It don't work that way.
Racism is when the intent is to do harm in one form or another.
[quote][p][bold]cantthinkofone[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]cantthinkofone[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]cantthinkofone[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]cantthinkofone[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Paramjit Bahia[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]cantthinkofone[/bold] wrote: I'll add that I think the sentence was too lenient. I agree with Pete on the root cause, but that doesn't mean it's acceptable. Ps - Paramjit, when are you going to apologise for your racism ("Uncle Tom", "Coconut") some months back? It's been some time now. All it needs is an admission of fault and an apology. Why won't you do that?[/p][/quote]Answer to you self appointed do gooding nameless patronising so and so is NEVER. These are commonly used words by us in so called 'black communities' for traitors. And on top of that I have never been member of church going liberal lefty or SWP types 'politically correct' hypocrite brigades. I have always fought against both black and white racism, and never hesitated to confront my bosses with my sincerely held views, unlike rat like you who boasts on having walked in a march but 5hit scared if colleagues at work find out what you may stand for. My mistake was to respect you marching and trying to encourage to stand for what you believe in at work. If you stop being coward and come out with your real name, we may be able to compare our records. And know the truths. Low life self appointed masters of political correctness, the two faced lots like you have picked holes even in Mahatma Gandhi's language, so to a minor person like me it's no surprise.[/p][/quote]Even Iron Lady called for you to apologise for your racism. Paramjit Bahia - racist.[/p][/quote]Apple and coconut are terms to discript a person, there skin colour do not match what they are inside, the old term of western orotate gentleman do not get used as much now days[/p][/quote]Which by definition implies that there is a "black" way or acting, or a "white" way of acting. That's racism southy, plain and simple. It's inexcusable.[/p][/quote]Its not racism, it means that some one as forgotten the culture.[/p][/quote]Oh right. So black people all ought to like hip-hop then. Stuff like that. Not racist at all, that. No siree. Why does a black person in Britain have to subscribe to some sort of black 'culture'? Don't be an apologist for racism pete, it demeans you.[/p][/quote]Its Racism when its ment to hurt in one from or another, when its used to give a description its not, like when a Native American calls another Native American an Apple, He just saying "my friend you might have a red skin, but your a white capitalist inside, and have forgotten your roots" and the same would apply in the manor of the word coconut, but a white person can not use these words, it would wrong and would be racism, the prober words to use is "western orotate gentleman". Do you get my drift now.[/p][/quote]I get your drift perfectly. It's racism. The expectation that people of a certain ethnicity have a duty to act in a set manner is a blight that has disempowered ethnic minorities for decades. My word. Southampton really is about 20 years behind the rest of developed world isn't it. Stultifying levels of ignorance on display from you and Bahia here.[/p][/quote]Its not racism at all, what it is you are trying to do is put it in a nice tidy box, and not allowing any diffences in meaning. It don't work that way. Racism is when the intent is to do harm in one form or another. southy
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1:19pm Sun 23 Dec 12

southy says...

loosehead wrote:
cantthinkofone wrote:
southy wrote:
cantthinkofone wrote:
southy wrote:
cantthinkofone wrote:
southy wrote:
cantthinkofone wrote:
Paramjit Bahia wrote:
cantthinkofone wrote:
I'll add that I think the sentence was too lenient. I agree with Pete on the root cause, but that doesn't mean it's acceptable.

Ps - Paramjit, when are you going to apologise for your racism ("Uncle Tom", "Coconut") some months back? It's been some time now. All it needs is an admission of fault and an apology. Why won't you do that?
Answer to you self appointed do gooding nameless patronising so and so is NEVER.

These are commonly used words by us in so called 'black communities' for traitors.

And on top of that I have never been member of church going liberal lefty or SWP types 'politically correct' hypocrite brigades.

I have always fought against both black and white racism, and never hesitated to confront my bosses with my sincerely held views, unlike rat like you who boasts on having walked in a march but 5hit scared if colleagues at work find out what you may stand for. My mistake was to respect you marching and trying to encourage to stand for what you believe in at work.

If you stop being coward and come out with your real name, we may be able to compare our records. And know the truths.

Low life self appointed masters of political correctness, the two faced lots like you have picked holes even in Mahatma Gandhi's language, so to a minor person like me it's no surprise.
Even Iron Lady called for you to apologise for your racism.

Paramjit Bahia - racist.
Apple and coconut are terms to discript a person, there skin colour do not match what they are inside, the old term of western orotate gentleman do not get used as much now days
Which by definition implies that there is a "black" way or acting, or a "white" way of acting. That's racism southy, plain and simple. It's inexcusable.
Its not racism, it means that some one as forgotten the culture.
Oh right.

So black people all ought to like hip-hop then. Stuff like that.

Not racist at all, that. No siree.

Why does a black person in Britain have to subscribe to some sort of black 'culture'?

Don't be an apologist for racism pete, it demeans you.
Its Racism when its ment to hurt in one from or another, when its used to give a description its not, like when a Native American calls another Native American an Apple, He just saying "my friend you might have a red skin, but your a white capitalist inside, and have forgotten your roots" and the same would apply in the manor of the word coconut, but a white person can not use these words, it would wrong and would be racism, the prober words to use is "western orotate gentleman".
Do you get my drift now.
I get your drift perfectly.

It's racism.

The expectation that people of a certain ethnicity have a duty to act in a set manner is a blight that has disempowered ethnic minorities for decades.

My word. Southampton really is about 20 years behind the rest of developed world isn't it. Stultifying levels of ignorance on display from you and Bahia here.
I thought Racism was when a person treated another bad either by colour or race?
Say like a woman only going out with a guy because of the colour of his skin or because of where he was born?
Refusing entry because they were Scottish,Irish, English.or Welsh.
Calling some one Taffy,Paddy Jock Strap or Sassenach are Racist.
As is the name calling from any one from Pakistan or India or Africa or Even calling the French FROGGIES
So once again Southy gets it wrong.
And what is a jock calls another jock a jock is that racism no it is not. learn to be more open about things loose, and less of this PC correctness, being PC do more harm than good.
[quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]cantthinkofone[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]cantthinkofone[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]cantthinkofone[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]cantthinkofone[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Paramjit Bahia[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]cantthinkofone[/bold] wrote: I'll add that I think the sentence was too lenient. I agree with Pete on the root cause, but that doesn't mean it's acceptable. Ps - Paramjit, when are you going to apologise for your racism ("Uncle Tom", "Coconut") some months back? It's been some time now. All it needs is an admission of fault and an apology. Why won't you do that?[/p][/quote]Answer to you self appointed do gooding nameless patronising so and so is NEVER. These are commonly used words by us in so called 'black communities' for traitors. And on top of that I have never been member of church going liberal lefty or SWP types 'politically correct' hypocrite brigades. I have always fought against both black and white racism, and never hesitated to confront my bosses with my sincerely held views, unlike rat like you who boasts on having walked in a march but 5hit scared if colleagues at work find out what you may stand for. My mistake was to respect you marching and trying to encourage to stand for what you believe in at work. If you stop being coward and come out with your real name, we may be able to compare our records. And know the truths. Low life self appointed masters of political correctness, the two faced lots like you have picked holes even in Mahatma Gandhi's language, so to a minor person like me it's no surprise.[/p][/quote]Even Iron Lady called for you to apologise for your racism. Paramjit Bahia - racist.[/p][/quote]Apple and coconut are terms to discript a person, there skin colour do not match what they are inside, the old term of western orotate gentleman do not get used as much now days[/p][/quote]Which by definition implies that there is a "black" way or acting, or a "white" way of acting. That's racism southy, plain and simple. It's inexcusable.[/p][/quote]Its not racism, it means that some one as forgotten the culture.[/p][/quote]Oh right. So black people all ought to like hip-hop then. Stuff like that. Not racist at all, that. No siree. Why does a black person in Britain have to subscribe to some sort of black 'culture'? Don't be an apologist for racism pete, it demeans you.[/p][/quote]Its Racism when its ment to hurt in one from or another, when its used to give a description its not, like when a Native American calls another Native American an Apple, He just saying "my friend you might have a red skin, but your a white capitalist inside, and have forgotten your roots" and the same would apply in the manor of the word coconut, but a white person can not use these words, it would wrong and would be racism, the prober words to use is "western orotate gentleman". Do you get my drift now.[/p][/quote]I get your drift perfectly. It's racism. The expectation that people of a certain ethnicity have a duty to act in a set manner is a blight that has disempowered ethnic minorities for decades. My word. Southampton really is about 20 years behind the rest of developed world isn't it. Stultifying levels of ignorance on display from you and Bahia here.[/p][/quote]I thought Racism was when a person treated another bad either by colour or race? Say like a woman only going out with a guy because of the colour of his skin or because of where he was born? Refusing entry because they were Scottish,Irish, English.or Welsh. Calling some one Taffy,Paddy Jock Strap or Sassenach are Racist. As is the name calling from any one from Pakistan or India or Africa or Even calling the French FROGGIES So once again Southy gets it wrong.[/p][/quote]And what is a jock calls another jock a jock is that racism no it is not. learn to be more open about things loose, and less of this PC correctness, being PC do more harm than good. southy
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1:51pm Sun 23 Dec 12

cantthinkofone says...

southy wrote:
cantthinkofone wrote:
southy wrote:
cantthinkofone wrote:
southy wrote:
cantthinkofone wrote:
southy wrote:
cantthinkofone wrote:
Paramjit Bahia wrote:
cantthinkofone wrote:
I'll add that I think the sentence was too lenient. I agree with Pete on the root cause, but that doesn't mean it's acceptable.

Ps - Paramjit, when are you going to apologise for your racism ("Uncle Tom", "Coconut") some months back? It's been some time now. All it needs is an admission of fault and an apology. Why won't you do that?
Answer to you self appointed do gooding nameless patronising so and so is NEVER.

These are commonly used words by us in so called 'black communities' for traitors.

And on top of that I have never been member of church going liberal lefty or SWP types 'politically correct' hypocrite brigades.

I have always fought against both black and white racism, and never hesitated to confront my bosses with my sincerely held views, unlike rat like you who boasts on having walked in a march but 5hit scared if colleagues at work find out what you may stand for. My mistake was to respect you marching and trying to encourage to stand for what you believe in at work.

If you stop being coward and come out with your real name, we may be able to compare our records. And know the truths.

Low life self appointed masters of political correctness, the two faced lots like you have picked holes even in Mahatma Gandhi's language, so to a minor person like me it's no surprise.
Even Iron Lady called for you to apologise for your racism.

Paramjit Bahia - racist.
Apple and coconut are terms to discript a person, there skin colour do not match what they are inside, the old term of western orotate gentleman do not get used as much now days
Which by definition implies that there is a "black" way or acting, or a "white" way of acting. That's racism southy, plain and simple. It's inexcusable.
Its not racism, it means that some one as forgotten the culture.
Oh right.

So black people all ought to like hip-hop then. Stuff like that.

Not racist at all, that. No siree.

Why does a black person in Britain have to subscribe to some sort of black 'culture'?

Don't be an apologist for racism pete, it demeans you.
Its Racism when its ment to hurt in one from or another, when its used to give a description its not, like when a Native American calls another Native American an Apple, He just saying "my friend you might have a red skin, but your a white capitalist inside, and have forgotten your roots" and the same would apply in the manor of the word coconut, but a white person can not use these words, it would wrong and would be racism, the prober words to use is "western orotate gentleman".
Do you get my drift now.
I get your drift perfectly.

It's racism.

The expectation that people of a certain ethnicity have a duty to act in a set manner is a blight that has disempowered ethnic minorities for decades.

My word. Southampton really is about 20 years behind the rest of developed world isn't it. Stultifying levels of ignorance on display from you and Bahia here.
Its not racism at all, what it is you are trying to do is put it in a nice tidy box, and not allowing any diffences in meaning. It don't work that way.
Racism is when the intent is to do harm in one form or another.
"Racism is when the intent is to do harm in one form or another."

Absolute and utter rubbish.

Denying black people the vote wasn't "intended to cause harm". It was because the ruling class at the time believed that black people were not intellectually capable of considering such complex and important issues.

I'm sure they'll be very pleased to hear that they weren't being racist.

Denying a black person a job in a firm of middle-class whites because they "won't fit in and wouldn't be happy" isn't "intended to cause harm". So that's not racism either then, according to your definition.

There are a million other examples. I'm sure you can think of your own.

Buck your ideas up lad, you're a disgrace.
[quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]cantthinkofone[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]cantthinkofone[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]cantthinkofone[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]cantthinkofone[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Paramjit Bahia[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]cantthinkofone[/bold] wrote: I'll add that I think the sentence was too lenient. I agree with Pete on the root cause, but that doesn't mean it's acceptable. Ps - Paramjit, when are you going to apologise for your racism ("Uncle Tom", "Coconut") some months back? It's been some time now. All it needs is an admission of fault and an apology. Why won't you do that?[/p][/quote]Answer to you self appointed do gooding nameless patronising so and so is NEVER. These are commonly used words by us in so called 'black communities' for traitors. And on top of that I have never been member of church going liberal lefty or SWP types 'politically correct' hypocrite brigades. I have always fought against both black and white racism, and never hesitated to confront my bosses with my sincerely held views, unlike rat like you who boasts on having walked in a march but 5hit scared if colleagues at work find out what you may stand for. My mistake was to respect you marching and trying to encourage to stand for what you believe in at work. If you stop being coward and come out with your real name, we may be able to compare our records. And know the truths. Low life self appointed masters of political correctness, the two faced lots like you have picked holes even in Mahatma Gandhi's language, so to a minor person like me it's no surprise.[/p][/quote]Even Iron Lady called for you to apologise for your racism. Paramjit Bahia - racist.[/p][/quote]Apple and coconut are terms to discript a person, there skin colour do not match what they are inside, the old term of western orotate gentleman do not get used as much now days[/p][/quote]Which by definition implies that there is a "black" way or acting, or a "white" way of acting. That's racism southy, plain and simple. It's inexcusable.[/p][/quote]Its not racism, it means that some one as forgotten the culture.[/p][/quote]Oh right. So black people all ought to like hip-hop then. Stuff like that. Not racist at all, that. No siree. Why does a black person in Britain have to subscribe to some sort of black 'culture'? Don't be an apologist for racism pete, it demeans you.[/p][/quote]Its Racism when its ment to hurt in one from or another, when its used to give a description its not, like when a Native American calls another Native American an Apple, He just saying "my friend you might have a red skin, but your a white capitalist inside, and have forgotten your roots" and the same would apply in the manor of the word coconut, but a white person can not use these words, it would wrong and would be racism, the prober words to use is "western orotate gentleman". Do you get my drift now.[/p][/quote]I get your drift perfectly. It's racism. The expectation that people of a certain ethnicity have a duty to act in a set manner is a blight that has disempowered ethnic minorities for decades. My word. Southampton really is about 20 years behind the rest of developed world isn't it. Stultifying levels of ignorance on display from you and Bahia here.[/p][/quote]Its not racism at all, what it is you are trying to do is put it in a nice tidy box, and not allowing any diffences in meaning. It don't work that way. Racism is when the intent is to do harm in one form or another.[/p][/quote]"Racism is when the intent is to do harm in one form or another." Absolute and utter rubbish. Denying black people the vote wasn't "intended to cause harm". It was because the ruling class at the time believed that black people were not intellectually capable of considering such complex and important issues. I'm sure they'll be very pleased to hear that they weren't being racist. Denying a black person a job in a firm of middle-class whites because they "won't fit in and wouldn't be happy" isn't "intended to cause harm". So that's not racism either then, according to your definition. There are a million other examples. I'm sure you can think of your own. Buck your ideas up lad, you're a disgrace. cantthinkofone
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1:51pm Sun 23 Dec 12

Shoong says...

southy wrote:
loosehead wrote:
cantthinkofone wrote:
southy wrote:
cantthinkofone wrote:
southy wrote:
cantthinkofone wrote:
southy wrote:
cantthinkofone wrote:
Paramjit Bahia wrote:
cantthinkofone wrote:
I'll add that I think the sentence was too lenient. I agree with Pete on the root cause, but that doesn't mean it's acceptable.

Ps - Paramjit, when are you going to apologise for your racism ("Uncle Tom", "Coconut") some months back? It's been some time now. All it needs is an admission of fault and an apology. Why won't you do that?
Answer to you self appointed do gooding nameless patronising so and so is NEVER.

These are commonly used words by us in so called 'black communities' for traitors.

And on top of that I have never been member of church going liberal lefty or SWP types 'politically correct' hypocrite brigades.

I have always fought against both black and white racism, and never hesitated to confront my bosses with my sincerely held views, unlike rat like you who boasts on having walked in a march but 5hit scared if colleagues at work find out what you may stand for. My mistake was to respect you marching and trying to encourage to stand for what you believe in at work.

If you stop being coward and come out with your real name, we may be able to compare our records. And know the truths.

Low life self appointed masters of political correctness, the two faced lots like you have picked holes even in Mahatma Gandhi's language, so to a minor person like me it's no surprise.
Even Iron Lady called for you to apologise for your racism.

Paramjit Bahia - racist.
Apple and coconut are terms to discript a person, there skin colour do not match what they are inside, the old term of western orotate gentleman do not get used as much now days
Which by definition implies that there is a "black" way or acting, or a "white" way of acting. That's racism southy, plain and simple. It's inexcusable.
Its not racism, it means that some one as forgotten the culture.
Oh right.

So black people all ought to like hip-hop then. Stuff like that.

Not racist at all, that. No siree.

Why does a black person in Britain have to subscribe to some sort of black 'culture'?

Don't be an apologist for racism pete, it demeans you.
Its Racism when its ment to hurt in one from or another, when its used to give a description its not, like when a Native American calls another Native American an Apple, He just saying "my friend you might have a red skin, but your a white capitalist inside, and have forgotten your roots" and the same would apply in the manor of the word coconut, but a white person can not use these words, it would wrong and would be racism, the prober words to use is "western orotate gentleman".
Do you get my drift now.
I get your drift perfectly.

It's racism.

The expectation that people of a certain ethnicity have a duty to act in a set manner is a blight that has disempowered ethnic minorities for decades.

My word. Southampton really is about 20 years behind the rest of developed world isn't it. Stultifying levels of ignorance on display from you and Bahia here.
I thought Racism was when a person treated another bad either by colour or race?
Say like a woman only going out with a guy because of the colour of his skin or because of where he was born?
Refusing entry because they were Scottish,Irish, English.or Welsh.
Calling some one Taffy,Paddy Jock Strap or Sassenach are Racist.
As is the name calling from any one from Pakistan or India or Africa or Even calling the French FROGGIES
So once again Southy gets it wrong.
And what is a jock calls another jock a jock is that racism no it is not. learn to be more open about things loose, and less of this PC correctness, being PC do more harm than good.
I think you'd best just shut up Peter, although we know you think getting the last word in makes you right.

Completely out of touch aren't we?
[quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]cantthinkofone[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]cantthinkofone[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]cantthinkofone[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]cantthinkofone[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Paramjit Bahia[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]cantthinkofone[/bold] wrote: I'll add that I think the sentence was too lenient. I agree with Pete on the root cause, but that doesn't mean it's acceptable. Ps - Paramjit, when are you going to apologise for your racism ("Uncle Tom", "Coconut") some months back? It's been some time now. All it needs is an admission of fault and an apology. Why won't you do that?[/p][/quote]Answer to you self appointed do gooding nameless patronising so and so is NEVER. These are commonly used words by us in so called 'black communities' for traitors. And on top of that I have never been member of church going liberal lefty or SWP types 'politically correct' hypocrite brigades. I have always fought against both black and white racism, and never hesitated to confront my bosses with my sincerely held views, unlike rat like you who boasts on having walked in a march but 5hit scared if colleagues at work find out what you may stand for. My mistake was to respect you marching and trying to encourage to stand for what you believe in at work. If you stop being coward and come out with your real name, we may be able to compare our records. And know the truths. Low life self appointed masters of political correctness, the two faced lots like you have picked holes even in Mahatma Gandhi's language, so to a minor person like me it's no surprise.[/p][/quote]Even Iron Lady called for you to apologise for your racism. Paramjit Bahia - racist.[/p][/quote]Apple and coconut are terms to discript a person, there skin colour do not match what they are inside, the old term of western orotate gentleman do not get used as much now days[/p][/quote]Which by definition implies that there is a "black" way or acting, or a "white" way of acting. That's racism southy, plain and simple. It's inexcusable.[/p][/quote]Its not racism, it means that some one as forgotten the culture.[/p][/quote]Oh right. So black people all ought to like hip-hop then. Stuff like that. Not racist at all, that. No siree. Why does a black person in Britain have to subscribe to some sort of black 'culture'? Don't be an apologist for racism pete, it demeans you.[/p][/quote]Its Racism when its ment to hurt in one from or another, when its used to give a description its not, like when a Native American calls another Native American an Apple, He just saying "my friend you might have a red skin, but your a white capitalist inside, and have forgotten your roots" and the same would apply in the manor of the word coconut, but a white person can not use these words, it would wrong and would be racism, the prober words to use is "western orotate gentleman". Do you get my drift now.[/p][/quote]I get your drift perfectly. It's racism. The expectation that people of a certain ethnicity have a duty to act in a set manner is a blight that has disempowered ethnic minorities for decades. My word. Southampton really is about 20 years behind the rest of developed world isn't it. Stultifying levels of ignorance on display from you and Bahia here.[/p][/quote]I thought Racism was when a person treated another bad either by colour or race? Say like a woman only going out with a guy because of the colour of his skin or because of where he was born? Refusing entry because they were Scottish,Irish, English.or Welsh. Calling some one Taffy,Paddy Jock Strap or Sassenach are Racist. As is the name calling from any one from Pakistan or India or Africa or Even calling the French FROGGIES So once again Southy gets it wrong.[/p][/quote]And what is a jock calls another jock a jock is that racism no it is not. learn to be more open about things loose, and less of this PC correctness, being PC do more harm than good.[/p][/quote]I think you'd best just shut up Peter, although we know you think getting the last word in makes you right. Completely out of touch aren't we? Shoong
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1:55pm Sun 23 Dec 12

cantthinkofone says...

Also, "coconut" and "uncle Tom" are insults anyway, so even by your bizarre definition fall within the bounds of racism.

Paramjit likes to insult other people of ethnicity by telling them that they act too much like white people.

And you're saying that's not a racist mindset. Staggering.
Also, "coconut" and "uncle Tom" are insults anyway, so even by your bizarre definition fall within the bounds of racism. Paramjit likes to insult other people of ethnicity by telling them that they act too much like white people. And you're saying that's not a racist mindset. Staggering. cantthinkofone
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10:10pm Sun 23 Dec 12

andysaints007 says...

cantthinkofone wrote:
southy wrote:
cantthinkofone wrote:
southy wrote:
cantthinkofone wrote:
southy wrote:
cantthinkofone wrote:
Paramjit Bahia wrote:
cantthinkofone wrote:
I'll add that I think the sentence was too lenient. I agree with Pete on the root cause, but that doesn't mean it's acceptable.

Ps - Paramjit, when are you going to apologise for your racism ("Uncle Tom", "Coconut") some months back? It's been some time now. All it needs is an admission of fault and an apology. Why won't you do that?
Answer to you self appointed do gooding nameless patronising so and so is NEVER.

These are commonly used words by us in so called 'black communities' for traitors.

And on top of that I have never been member of church going liberal lefty or SWP types 'politically correct' hypocrite brigades.

I have always fought against both black and white racism, and never hesitated to confront my bosses with my sincerely held views, unlike rat like you who boasts on having walked in a march but 5hit scared if colleagues at work find out what you may stand for. My mistake was to respect you marching and trying to encourage to stand for what you believe in at work.

If you stop being coward and come out with your real name, we may be able to compare our records. And know the truths.

Low life self appointed masters of political correctness, the two faced lots like you have picked holes even in Mahatma Gandhi's language, so to a minor person like me it's no surprise.
Even Iron Lady called for you to apologise for your racism.

Paramjit Bahia - racist.
Apple and coconut are terms to discript a person, there skin colour do not match what they are inside, the old term of western orotate gentleman do not get used as much now days
Which by definition implies that there is a "black" way or acting, or a "white" way of acting. That's racism southy, plain and simple. It's inexcusable.
Its not racism, it means that some one as forgotten the culture.
Oh right.

So black people all ought to like hip-hop then. Stuff like that.

Not racist at all, that. No siree.

Why does a black person in Britain have to subscribe to some sort of black 'culture'?

Don't be an apologist for racism pete, it demeans you.
Its Racism when its ment to hurt in one from or another, when its used to give a description its not, like when a Native American calls another Native American an Apple, He just saying "my friend you might have a red skin, but your a white capitalist inside, and have forgotten your roots" and the same would apply in the manor of the word coconut, but a white person can not use these words, it would wrong and would be racism, the prober words to use is "western orotate gentleman".
Do you get my drift now.
I get your drift perfectly.

It's racism.

The expectation that people of a certain ethnicity have a duty to act in a set manner is a blight that has disempowered ethnic minorities for decades.

My word. Southampton really is about 20 years behind the rest of developed world isn't it. Stultifying levels of ignorance on display from you and Bahia here.
It's nothing to do with 'Southampton' ! Don't make the mistake of lumping us all in with these couple of tw&ts having a childish argument !
[quote][p][bold]cantthinkofone[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]cantthinkofone[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]cantthinkofone[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]cantthinkofone[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Paramjit Bahia[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]cantthinkofone[/bold] wrote: I'll add that I think the sentence was too lenient. I agree with Pete on the root cause, but that doesn't mean it's acceptable. Ps - Paramjit, when are you going to apologise for your racism ("Uncle Tom", "Coconut") some months back? It's been some time now. All it needs is an admission of fault and an apology. Why won't you do that?[/p][/quote]Answer to you self appointed do gooding nameless patronising so and so is NEVER. These are commonly used words by us in so called 'black communities' for traitors. And on top of that I have never been member of church going liberal lefty or SWP types 'politically correct' hypocrite brigades. I have always fought against both black and white racism, and never hesitated to confront my bosses with my sincerely held views, unlike rat like you who boasts on having walked in a march but 5hit scared if colleagues at work find out what you may stand for. My mistake was to respect you marching and trying to encourage to stand for what you believe in at work. If you stop being coward and come out with your real name, we may be able to compare our records. And know the truths. Low life self appointed masters of political correctness, the two faced lots like you have picked holes even in Mahatma Gandhi's language, so to a minor person like me it's no surprise.[/p][/quote]Even Iron Lady called for you to apologise for your racism. Paramjit Bahia - racist.[/p][/quote]Apple and coconut are terms to discript a person, there skin colour do not match what they are inside, the old term of western orotate gentleman do not get used as much now days[/p][/quote]Which by definition implies that there is a "black" way or acting, or a "white" way of acting. That's racism southy, plain and simple. It's inexcusable.[/p][/quote]Its not racism, it means that some one as forgotten the culture.[/p][/quote]Oh right. So black people all ought to like hip-hop then. Stuff like that. Not racist at all, that. No siree. Why does a black person in Britain have to subscribe to some sort of black 'culture'? Don't be an apologist for racism pete, it demeans you.[/p][/quote]Its Racism when its ment to hurt in one from or another, when its used to give a description its not, like when a Native American calls another Native American an Apple, He just saying "my friend you might have a red skin, but your a white capitalist inside, and have forgotten your roots" and the same would apply in the manor of the word coconut, but a white person can not use these words, it would wrong and would be racism, the prober words to use is "western orotate gentleman". Do you get my drift now.[/p][/quote]I get your drift perfectly. It's racism. The expectation that people of a certain ethnicity have a duty to act in a set manner is a blight that has disempowered ethnic minorities for decades. My word. Southampton really is about 20 years behind the rest of developed world isn't it. Stultifying levels of ignorance on display from you and Bahia here.[/p][/quote]It's nothing to do with 'Southampton' ! Don't make the mistake of lumping us all in with these couple of tw&ts having a childish argument ! andysaints007
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10:29pm Sun 23 Dec 12

IronLady2010 says...

Mr Bahia is very much old school, no offence intended. The more modern approach is to be more respectable to each person.

The terms used are not accepted these days. Times have changed and we all change with the times.
Mr Bahia is very much old school, no offence intended. The more modern approach is to be more respectable to each person. The terms used are not accepted these days. Times have changed and we all change with the times. IronLady2010
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10:42pm Sun 23 Dec 12

IronLady2010 says...

Southy, you don't have to be direct with an insult to be a racist.

Why did they ban so many items which were not directed at a single person?

Why can't kids sing Baa Baa **** Sheep?

Anyway, this is going wayyyyyyy off topic!
Southy, you don't have to be direct with an insult to be a racist. Why did they ban so many items which were not directed at a single person? Why can't kids sing Baa Baa **** Sheep? Anyway, this is going wayyyyyyy off topic! IronLady2010
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11:28pm Sun 23 Dec 12

rich the stitch says...

Something tells me Southy will be lying low for a while. The other members of his party must cringe when he posts on here.
Something tells me Southy will be lying low for a while. The other members of his party must cringe when he posts on here. rich the stitch
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11:36pm Sun 23 Dec 12

IronLady2010 says...

rich the stitch wrote:
Something tells me Southy will be lying low for a while. The other members of his party must cringe when he posts on here.
No, Southy will pop up on the next news item like nothing happened.

He will forget his lies and just carry on.
[quote][p][bold]rich the stitch[/bold] wrote: Something tells me Southy will be lying low for a while. The other members of his party must cringe when he posts on here.[/p][/quote]No, Southy will pop up on the next news item like nothing happened. He will forget his lies and just carry on. IronLady2010
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10:22am Mon 24 Dec 12

Subject48 says...

I feel sorry for this womans family... 12 months community service for potentialy ruining an entire class of youngesters?

Very young children are really susceptible to behaviours of adults and will emulate them.

Certain things are/should be sacred. School is one of them I believe. Simple fact: No child should EVER have been exposed to this behaviour.

The sentencing clearly shows that as a social enviorment we find this behaviour reasonable.

I dont know if its the fact that we cant afford to have more inmates or what, but the recent judgments passed are frankly laughable.

As to the racism debate.... I wont bother. Most people just dont get it.
I feel sorry for this womans family... 12 months community service for potentialy ruining an entire class of youngesters? Very young children are really susceptible to behaviours of adults and will emulate them. Certain things are/should be sacred. School is one of them I believe. Simple fact: No child should EVER have been exposed to this behaviour. The sentencing clearly shows that as a social enviorment we find this behaviour reasonable. I dont know if its the fact that we cant afford to have more inmates or what, but the recent judgments passed are frankly laughable. As to the racism debate.... I wont bother. Most people just dont get it. Subject48
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11:25am Mon 24 Dec 12

loosehead says...

Make her scrub the floors of the school & let the children see the results of her attack.
Make her scrub the floors of the school & let the children see the results of her attack. loosehead
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7:46pm Mon 24 Dec 12

law1976 says...

loosehead wrote:
Make her scrub the floors of the school & let the children see the results of her attack.
i know this person very well and she as not had the best life . on the day it happend she was told her mum had past away that why she was drunk but she did send someone else to pick her kids up they would not that any one have them so she went up the school to get then and they called social services and took her kids in care that why she went off on one
[quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: Make her scrub the floors of the school & let the children see the results of her attack.[/p][/quote]i know this person very well and she as not had the best life . on the day it happend she was told her mum had past away that why she was drunk but she did send someone else to pick her kids up they would not that any one have them so she went up the school to get then and they called social services and took her kids in care that why she went off on one law1976
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7:50pm Mon 24 Dec 12

law1976 says...

IronLady2010 wrote:
mossar wrote:
Kellie James' home address was given as Holbury, why was she in a school in Hightown?
She was under the influence and probably lost haha.
she does not live in holbury she was staying with her family she now moved back over southampton
[quote][p][bold]IronLady2010[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mossar[/bold] wrote: Kellie James' home address was given as Holbury, why was she in a school in Hightown?[/p][/quote]She was under the influence and probably lost haha.[/p][/quote]she does not live in holbury she was staying with her family she now moved back over southampton law1976
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7:53pm Mon 24 Dec 12

law1976 says...

Sir Ad E Noid wrote:
Nicole23 wrote:
loosehead wrote:
Nicole23 wrote:
Doesn't matter what you think about it, someone will just verbally attack you. The clue for me is in the surname, that's all I'll say and think back to the pile of industrial waste that damaged the drainage system in Sholing.
So it's not because she's poor? she's just a toe rag then?
How do you interpret any thing I said with being poor, get a life.
Ohh, she is a James.
not all james are like that
[quote][p][bold]Sir Ad E Noid[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nicole23[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nicole23[/bold] wrote: Doesn't matter what you think about it, someone will just verbally attack you. The clue for me is in the surname, that's all I'll say and think back to the pile of industrial waste that damaged the drainage system in Sholing.[/p][/quote]So it's not because she's poor? she's just a toe rag then?[/p][/quote]How do you interpret any thing I said with being poor, get a life.[/p][/quote]Ohh, she is a James.[/p][/quote]not all james are like that law1976
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10:14pm Mon 24 Dec 12

IronLady2010 says...

law1976 wrote:
loosehead wrote:
Make her scrub the floors of the school & let the children see the results of her attack.
i know this person very well and she as not had the best life . on the day it happend she was told her mum had past away that why she was drunk but she did send someone else to pick her kids up they would not that any one have them so she went up the school to get then and they called social services and took her kids in care that why she went off on one
Ahhhhh, so let us all get this right. Her mother passed away, so she got drunk instead of being sensible and arranging a funeral, then went on to abuse Teachers in front of children.

Oh dear, we should all have some sympathy for a low life with no morals........
[quote][p][bold]law1976[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: Make her scrub the floors of the school & let the children see the results of her attack.[/p][/quote]i know this person very well and she as not had the best life . on the day it happend she was told her mum had past away that why she was drunk but she did send someone else to pick her kids up they would not that any one have them so she went up the school to get then and they called social services and took her kids in care that why she went off on one[/p][/quote]Ahhhhh, so let us all get this right. Her mother passed away, so she got drunk instead of being sensible and arranging a funeral, then went on to abuse Teachers in front of children. Oh dear, we should all have some sympathy for a low life with no morals........ IronLady2010
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1:14am Wed 26 Dec 12

sally208 says...

It was 5.20 p.m. so we can only assume all the other children were collected from school and only hers were left!
It was 5.20 p.m. so we can only assume all the other children were collected from school and only hers were left! sally208
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12:47pm Thu 3 Jan 13

Samib09 says...

It's utterly disgusting that a mother would act like that and be in a state of drunk mess knowing she has the responsibility of looking after her child/children.
I hope the welfare of the child/children are being looked at.
It's utterly disgusting that a mother would act like that and be in a state of drunk mess knowing she has the responsibility of looking after her child/children. I hope the welfare of the child/children are being looked at. Samib09
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