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mm40 Posted on 16/10/2009 09:33
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how on earth our government is going to allow this in London is beyond belief, could you imagine what the US would do - no chance. I am for equality etc but this is simply wrong, if you want Shariah Law then go back to your homeland this is Great Britain with great traditions and is not a muslim state.


Link: unbelievable

towz Posted on 16/10/2009 09:36
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Cool! When does it start?

bororeddaz Posted on 16/10/2009 09:37
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mm40 in censorship shocker

wokingmassive Posted on 16/10/2009 09:39
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Personally I think its very dangerous - dont they cut your hands off for theft?

If they introduced this in the U.K no one would have any hands left in Liverpool after it had been in force for a few hours.

flar Posted on 16/10/2009 09:41
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People against this are probably the same people who say UK law is too soft?

captain5 Posted on 16/10/2009 09:43
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Well, there are about 2.4 million Muslims in this country.

Let's see how many turn out and then we'll be able to gauge how much support this actually has amongst them.


Piggy Posted on 16/10/2009 09:45
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It's about time we got Lamb Chop back on telly.

pedro30 Posted on 16/10/2009 09:46
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I like the bit "Muslims stand united in saying ENOUGH IS ENOUGH" if you don't like our ways of life XXXXXX off to some country that gives a XXXXXX.

mm40 Posted on 16/10/2009 09:46
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People died on the beaches of Normandy and in trenches in both world wars for freedom, they have a cheek to come to our county and attemopt to introdcue their way of life on us.

Manfriday Posted on 16/10/2009 09:48
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Is that link a XXXXXXtake? If not then they should be arrested for stirring up racial hatred

wokingmassive Posted on 16/10/2009 09:55
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If you want Sharia law - them move to a country were it is in place.

Simples

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Nero Posted on 16/10/2009 09:55
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This was mentioned on Question Time last night and I thought it was a dangerous thing to allow then...

We're too liberal at times in this country.

I've got absolutely nothing against Islam, but if Muslims in the UK want to adhere to the strictest form of Islam, then they should move to Saudi Arabia and other practicing countries.

The UK is a Western Christian Democracy, with it's own culture, rules and ethics. People of different backgrounds and religion should respect that.

mm40 Posted on 16/10/2009 09:55
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Anjem Choudary is a very real threat to our way of life, as he is the main instigator to introduce shariah law and wants to see the muslim flag fly from from the houses of parliament. Have a listen to his audio vidoes, unbelievable[V]. One for sure if the government does not tackle this threat then ther will be serious consequences.

The_same_as_before Posted on 16/10/2009 09:56
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People should listen to Mr Friday.

As for the Normandy thingy MM, my dad was there, have a chat with him. His view is completely different to you. He went because he was told to.

towz Posted on 16/10/2009 09:57
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"The UK is a Western Christian Democracy, with it's own culture, rules and ethics"

Western, yes, Christian errr not really, Democratic, in name only.

mm40 Posted on 16/10/2009 10:00
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my dad served in the navy during the 2nd world war but I know one thing for sure he would never want to see this way of life imposed in our country. As for mr friday Islam4UK are promoting their ideas through the internet amd it is them who need arresting for racial hatred.

Manfriday Posted on 16/10/2009 10:01
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Seriously i had to stop reading that link as it was starting to rile me. If that site is not stirring up racial hatred then i dont know what is

towz Posted on 16/10/2009 10:01
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*Sigh* do we have to go through this again? Islam is a RELIGION, not a race

two_banks_of_four Posted on 16/10/2009 10:01
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Why is 'too liberal' to allow people to march in support of something?

Lets see how many turn up, will there be more police than protesters? If nobody, or a couple of hundred turn up, who cares. If thousands turn out, then they have a popular movement that the have they right to protest in support of. Hundreds of thousands turned out to stop the Iraq war and got nowhere, how many people would it take to influence the government into establishing sharia law?

Don't believe the hype.

Nero Posted on 16/10/2009 10:03
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towz - stop being so pedantic.

This main religion in this country is Christian. Has been since it was forced on the Pagan Anglo-Saxons centuries ago.

As for democracy. I guess being able to vote in elections isn't democracy then.

The_same_as_before Posted on 16/10/2009 10:03
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For them to impose it they need the will of the people. As less than 2% of these shores are Muslim and probably 2% of Muslims know who these characters are they have a long way to go.

Have you noticed the lack of anti-war marches in Luton? thats because the Muslim's living in Luton stopped them.

ThePrisoner Posted on 16/10/2009 10:04
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A five year old could tell that site is a fake.

Though spomeone might have to spell it out to Rodney.[^]

towz Posted on 16/10/2009 10:05
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Do you feel that the politicians put in front of you represent you and give you a real voice? Do our politicians have our best interests at heart? This country is run by civil servants who don't change with governments in general. It's a beaurocracy led by capital

chorleyphil Posted on 16/10/2009 10:06
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The message should be given out that there are plenty of countries that practise Sharia Law.
If you are so agreived at UK/EU Law, then either STFU or leave.

BTW. Why are they so upset by the current law?

chorleyphil Posted on 16/10/2009 10:08
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towz.........whatever!

wokingmassive Posted on 16/10/2009 10:08
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chorleyphil - well said - top post


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Nero Posted on 16/10/2009 10:10
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Yeah, towz...

whatever.

Ya jerk.

towz Posted on 16/10/2009 10:12
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Well reasoned argument Nero. I certainly don't agree with Shariah law but I also don't think this country is so great. If a few idiots want to march for Shariah law let them embarass themselves (assuming this isn't just a wind-up, BNP scaremongering etc)

bororeddaz Posted on 16/10/2009 10:14
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No your not allowed to have an opinion that differs from MM40

speckyget Posted on 16/10/2009 10:19
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Pity there was no internet in the 19th Century. Universal suffrage? If these peasants want to have a vote why don't they fcuk off to some country that allows that sort of thing?

chorleyphil Posted on 16/10/2009 10:20
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oh please!

speckyget Posted on 16/10/2009 10:21
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Please what?

chorleyphil Posted on 16/10/2009 10:25
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sir?

sasboro1 Posted on 16/10/2009 10:25
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We live in a country that allows free speech. If you want to start censoring people then go live in china or russia. Some people just worry about stuff far too much. Shariah law will not come in.

Go worry about Gareth southgate as a poor manager. that wil have more effect on people on here

That website has had only 2400 hits, not going to change the country is it

mm40 Posted on 16/10/2009 10:26
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No your not allowed to have an opinion that differs from MM40 borodaz whats wrong are you wanting someone to notice you?

Pasty Posted on 16/10/2009 10:26
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im starting to hate england, isnt there any small countries we can take over and make it our own [:D]

Grumpy_Paul Posted on 16/10/2009 10:27
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Quote Piggy
"It's about time we got Lamb Chop back on telly."
Unqote

How about we really make a stand against these boogars and change his name to Pork Chop

Piggy Posted on 16/10/2009 10:30
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I couldnt condone anything like that Paul. I'm glad someone noticed it though.

chorleyphil Posted on 16/10/2009 10:30
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Sas, somethings need to be censored.

I am sure you, like I get p!ssed off with the BNP marches.

It must work both ways surely?


TheBoy007 Posted on 16/10/2009 10:32
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What the fcuk has suffrage got to do with a few crackpot fundamentalists wanting to impose religious law on the majority?

Buddy Posted on 16/10/2009 10:32
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"how on earth our government is going to allow this in London is beyond belief, could you imagine what the US would do - no chance"

"People died on the beaches of Normandy and in trenches in both world wars for freedom"

Erm.....

speckyget Posted on 16/10/2009 10:36
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'What the fcuk has suffrage got to do with a few crackpot fundamentalists wanting to impose religious law on the majority?'


Because once upon a time universal suffrage was seen as the preserve of a few crackpot fundamentalists. Basically, if you only allow people to demonstrate in favour of those things you agree with, you are kicking democracy in the nads.

towz Posted on 16/10/2009 10:39
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Buddy [^]

Mind you I don't know if people died in the trenches or on the beaches for freedom. The first world war was a spat between relations that sent millions of the working class form all nations to bloody, largely pointless deaths and WWII was largely as a result of the German reaction to the treaty of Versailles

Mojo Posted on 16/10/2009 10:43
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"Western, yes, Christian errr not really, Democratic, in name only. "

We're a Christian country. Deal with it.

TheBoy007 Posted on 16/10/2009 10:45
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"Because once upon a time universal suffrage was seen as the preserve of a few crackpot fundamentalists. Basically, if you only allow people to demonstrate in favour of those things you agree with, you are kicking democracy in the nads."

There's a bg difference between not allowing the whole of a sex to vote and a minority of a minority wanting to force their religious views on others.

I do agree they should be allowed to protest if they wish though.

Protest is the cornerstone of democracy.

towz Posted on 16/10/2009 10:46
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How many practicing Christians are there in this country? Is gay marriage allowed? Is having children out of wedlock acceptable? Is Christianity forced on children in school? This is a secular country, not a Christian country

Kilburn Posted on 16/10/2009 10:47
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Suppressing a march like this would only drive more people into the hands of the genuinely dangerous extremists. Let them have their march, let off a bit of steam, and go home happily deluded into believing that they have achieved something.

speckyget Posted on 16/10/2009 10:49
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In which case Boy007 we're in violent agreement.

Don't incidentally confuse this nonsense with the - in my view sensible - proposal that certain civil disputes can be resolved in a Sharia court if both parties agree.

mm40 Posted on 16/10/2009 10:50
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and what do you think would have happened if we had lost the 2nd world war? hardly pointless.

The_same_as_before Posted on 16/10/2009 10:51
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Secular my backside, less than 5% of people profess to be anything but Christian in the UK.

They might not believe in it, but it is what they admit to being.

For secular look at Turkey.

chorleyphil Posted on 16/10/2009 10:57
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we are secular, meaning religion is not law

towz Posted on 16/10/2009 10:58
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A Christian country implies that we would live under Christian law, like an Islamic country implies that the country abides by Islamic (or Shariah) law.

We live under the English legal system where state and church are separated therefore we are secular

bororeddaz Posted on 16/10/2009 11:00
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"whats wrong are you wanting someone to notice you? "

Go back to your Daily Mail. Find something else to press the autoscare button

The_same_as_before Posted on 16/10/2009 11:06
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Er, I know, but, The Queen (you have know the woman) is Head of the CoE and just might, not 100% sure, no , sorry, yes I am, Head of our Legislature.


TheBoy007 Posted on 16/10/2009 11:07
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Towz i disagree that WW1 was pointless. Yes the trigger was miniscule and the alliance system was a guarentee of war at some point but the underlying issue was the same as the WW2, the Germans wanted to dominate Europe. Germany was a coalition of some very war like states (Bavaria, Prussia ect) and this never dissapeared from their thinking. Under the Kaiser Wilhelm II the hunger for expansion and war reach fever pitch and the Chieftan plan was adopted as almost a goverment policy.

WW1 was pretty much in the vain of the Nepoleonic wars, ie stopping one country totally dominate Europe. For that reason i don't believe Allied soldiers died in vain. Maybe had we not fought life would be better now under Germanic rule, maybe it would be worse, who knows but i'm happy living in a sovereign country ruled by our own and not a German in Berlin.

If either war was in vain it was WW2. If we'd invaded Germany at the end of WW1, its very unlikely WW2 would have happened. It may have cost approx 1 million men to have invaded but it would have saved 60 million. Its always easy with hindsight though.

WW2 could have been stopped in the 30's but for the 'peace' movement. If Britain and France had imposed the conditions of Versailles on Germany to the letter WW2 wouldn't have happened. The key was when Germany took back the Rhineland. Germany was still military weak at this point and a strong show of force from the Allies at this point could have headed off war. Not responding gave Hitler the green light for his next moves wich ultimately lead to the invasion of Poland.

Hitler didn't expect Britain to go to war. After our previous poor showings he thought he could take Poland and we wouldn't say a word. To reinterate this, when Ribentroff told Hitler Britain had declared war, Hitler's responce was "what do we do now?".

towz Posted on 16/10/2009 11:10
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"Er, I know, but, The Queen (you have know the woman) is Head of the CoE and just might, not 100% sure, no , sorry, yes I am, Head of our Legislature"

In name only

chorleyphil Posted on 16/10/2009 11:12
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No where is more secular than the UK..and USA

towz Posted on 16/10/2009 11:13
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The boy007, I accept your views. However, I see WWI as a war of capital and privilege where all the working class of Europe were the victims. WWII was a war between fascism on one side and capital and "communism" on the other. History is written by the victor and all wars are ultimately fought for resources and power, not for the working people but for the owners and elites

The_same_as_before Posted on 16/10/2009 11:14
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That makes me wrong then.

10hickton Posted on 16/10/2009 11:15
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It will go ahead because the gov't are scared to do anything else !! Time to make a stand !!!!

Bernie_was_right Posted on 16/10/2009 11:21
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I hope the EDL turn up in numbers and give them a good hiding.

chorleyphil Posted on 16/10/2009 11:27
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There will be potential for that Bernie.
After all, these groups and the BNP are mainly about stirring the sh!t.

Bernie_was_right Posted on 16/10/2009 11:28
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Don`t support the BNP, but the EDL seem to have a point. Radical Islam needs reigning in in the UK, before we have major civil unrest.

chorleyphil Posted on 16/10/2009 11:30
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I agree. I meant all radical factions.

Freedom of speach is one thing, racial/religous incitement is another!

speckyget Posted on 16/10/2009 11:31
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'before we have major civil unrest'

What, like turning up at demos to hand out good hidings?

mickbrown Posted on 16/10/2009 11:33
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Jesus, some of you don't half over react.

Storm in a teacup. Let em march.

ridsdale Posted on 16/10/2009 11:40
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If you don't do anything wrong, you have nothing to be frightened of.

TheSmogMonster Posted on 16/10/2009 11:41
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How can anyone say the UK isn't secular?

Its been heading so rapidly down that road for such a long time, and the church doesn't have an influence on political/legal life anymore.

Anyhow, 2400 hits on that site, and 90% of them will be us going over to have a peak.

These guys are just like the BNP, a pack of far right nutters who are an embarressment to most in their community.

When you think about it, if it wasn't for skin colour, these guys and the BNP would probably have a lot to talk about....

parrot Posted on 16/10/2009 19:54
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speckyget said

"'What the fcuk has suffrage got to do with a few crackpot fundamentalists wanting to impose religious law on the majority?'


Because once upon a time universal suffrage was seen as the preserve of a few crackpot fundamentalists. Basically, if you only allow people to demonstrate in favour of those things you agree with, you are kicking democracy in the nads. "

so you would be ok with bnp marching for their beliefs and demands?

CHEVY_CHASE Posted on 16/10/2009 20:00
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How about a "British Law" for all asian countries.

mattrich Posted on 16/10/2009 20:04
?????

Why would Sharia law be so bad? Why not try it in certain area's to judge it's success?

UKLL1981 Posted on 16/10/2009 20:10
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They can march/demand all they want for all I care, as long as I have breath in my body I will not follow their laws or customs.


10hickton Posted on 16/10/2009 21:36
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Do unto them, what they would do unto us !!!

NedKat Posted on 16/10/2009 21:44
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Shariah law would be the start of a downward spiral that will end in civil war in the UK ..

If the boot was on the other foot, and someone from Switzerland wanted to introduce Swizz law into a Muslim country, would you really believe he'd get very far ?

If the Muslim people want to live in different countries, that's fine ... But, they must learn to abide by that country's laws and be tolerant of other people's beliefs and faiths ...

End of ...

Bren_MFC Posted on 16/10/2009 21:44
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is this some kind of joke? a march for sharia law, what was it before, certain council in the midlands calling Christmas 'Wintertide'.....has everyone gone mad, what country are we in again????

SplendidStuff Posted on 16/10/2009 21:45
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"Swizz law"

[:D]

NedKat Posted on 16/10/2009 21:46
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Sorry, Mr Stuff.... I've had a few Dark and Stormies .. .Hic!

speckyget Posted on 16/10/2009 21:47
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parrot

Yes.

xxlshirts_fit_all Posted on 16/10/2009 21:52
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they want sharia law (or elements of it) to be used in muslim only incidents. british law (or "christian" as some like to call it) will still be the over riding element


borolad259 Posted on 16/10/2009 21:55
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There is a difference between "the right to choose" and "imposition". It's quite a simple one, but granted, perhaps a little too complex for the reactionary idiots that get all moist about this sort of thing.

NedKat Posted on 16/10/2009 21:55
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It's a mistake to allow any aspect of Sharia law into Britain. It'll start off with small Muslim problems being dealt with by using Sharia, then it'll grow completely out of control ... Before yer know it, we'll be having public viewing at Earls Court, while we all watch some poor wretch get his hands chopped off for nicking next door's Daily Mirror ...

borolad259 Posted on 16/10/2009 22:01
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As opposed to just pumping people full of letha chemicals like they do in err....the USA.

NedKat Posted on 16/10/2009 22:06
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leather chemicals ... ?

NedKat Posted on 16/10/2009 22:09
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Lethal chemicals ... Oh, you mean the death penalty. TBH, I don't agree with that at all, but I abide by the wants of the people.

Although, my point was more to do with the population taking back the streets ... Or was it ? Oh bolllllocks, these Dark and Stormies have me all a doo-lallly ...

NedKat Posted on 16/10/2009 22:10
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and they don't give yer leather chemicals for nicking next door's daily Mirror ..

SplendidStuff Posted on 16/10/2009 22:11
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"I don't agree with that at all, but I abide by the wants of the people."


Are you allowed to vote as a US citizen Ned?

MY_NAMES_NOBODY Posted on 16/10/2009 22:11
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Its about time a voice of reason came in on this arguement......does this mean there'll be no keebab shops open on the 31st then?[sad]

NedKat Posted on 16/10/2009 22:12
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No, I'm an alien ... No voting for me.

The_Dude Posted on 16/10/2009 22:14
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[V] gormless asians still believing in fairy stories even though there grown up, and our weak government darent say get XXXXXXed as too many liberal fannies who smell roses all day long and think drinking california asda wine and talking about the ozone layer makes them sophisticated might take umbrige

MY_NAMES_NOBODY Posted on 16/10/2009 22:14
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"No, I'm an alien"
Maybe Holgay was right afterall about your little hand Neders![:O]

[:P][:D]

borolad259 Posted on 16/10/2009 22:17
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All that will happen, if anything at all, is that Shariah courts will be an option for consenting parties...a bit like family courts, or industrial tribunals, or arbitration. That is all.
No-one will be having their hands chopped off, because, let's face it...the most common complaint about our criminal justice system is that it isn't tough enough. To involve Islamic courts in criminal proceedings would involve changes in the law....ie acts of parliament, that would have to get through the commons and the Lords several times. It just ain't going to happen.
You can all sleep easy, and enjoy the spectacle of democracy at work.

southwestupperman Posted on 16/10/2009 22:24
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It's proof that the UK is well and truly FCUK'd.
Here are the Muslim’s marching through London wanting to change our law and the majority of the country are saying ‘nice chaps’, yet mention the BNP – now that’s a different story.

NedKat Posted on 16/10/2009 22:25
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Yeh, let's all join the Klan !

Bren_MFC Posted on 16/10/2009 22:28
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yes, the liberals do seem to have swayed it a bit, one extreme seems acceptable, yet the other seems a tad more unpleasant...

The_Dude Posted on 16/10/2009 22:30
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yeh, the BNP get abused from pillar to post, and yet here we have a doctrine, islam, that promotes hatred, violence to women, stoning, inhouse murder etc and all the bleeding heart liberals are saying fair play because they have been brain washed into accepting culture and race no matter how draconian and sadistic is actually is, even if it would turn civilization back to the dark ages

_Holgate_Hero Posted on 16/10/2009 22:32
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[:D]

you have to laugh at all the fukking lies in here

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NedKat Posted on 16/10/2009 22:33
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eh ?

SplendidStuff Posted on 16/10/2009 22:36
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"and yet here we have a doctrine, islam, that promotes hatred, violence to women, stoning, inhouse murder etc "


Bet you watched that on DVD.

NedKat Posted on 16/10/2009 22:37
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Plenty of evidence to back his words up ...

borolad259 Posted on 16/10/2009 22:38
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Nothing to fear except fear itself...and all that, like.

The_Dude Posted on 16/10/2009 22:38
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[:D] yeh, it was an arnold schwarzenegger film

it was called, mungo

SplendidStuff Posted on 16/10/2009 22:39
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Ned being the well travelled, experienced fella you seem, surely you must understand there are bad elements to any organisation, religious or otherwise?

There is evidence of bad across all spectrums but you have to keep perspective.

NedKat Posted on 16/10/2009 22:41
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I understand where yer coming from, but perspectively wise, I think the Islamic methods of dealing with people who break the law, and the way they treat the lovely women folk, far outweigh any argument for ...

NedKat Posted on 16/10/2009 22:43
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I once saw a comedy sketch, about a blind black fella who became the leader of a chapter of the Klu Klux Klan. He didn't realise he was black cos he was blind, and all the other KKK blokes didn't know he was black cos he wore the big white hood ...

The_Dude Posted on 16/10/2009 22:44
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look at the civilizations that use islam and look at ours

look at the freedom of our democracy, would you sacrifice freedom for acceptance of others faith


get tae fcuk

SplendidStuff Posted on 16/10/2009 22:45
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We have people saying we aren't tough enough on criminals, then we have people attacking the brutality of islamic law.

Besides, its already been posted how this shariah law would not overide current law.

No hand chopping, no wife beating, infact i dont actually know what this would be bringing to the islamic community, anybody care to enlighten me?

Bren_MFC Posted on 16/10/2009 22:46
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straight choice...Taliban or BNP? which one would you go for?...

SplendidStuff Posted on 16/10/2009 22:47
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[:o)]

Bren_MFC Posted on 16/10/2009 22:49
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I thank you very much.....

NedKat Posted on 16/10/2009 22:49
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It's a foot in the door, an infringement on the rights of the British people ... We've been British since the year dot, and we've worked hard to produce something in a country that not only allows the freedom for people to march for what they believe in, but considers it's population and it's rights to their views and opinions. Why would we even consider changing that for a minority ?

Bren_MFC Posted on 16/10/2009 22:52
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exactly right Ned, sums it up perfectly.........dismiss this nonsense and move on now

The_Dude Posted on 16/10/2009 22:53
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if there so XXXXXXed at british democracy and so infatuated by sharia law and islam, why the XXXXXX do they come over here in the first frikkin place, why dont they move to pakistan or india, ill tell you why, because they want the gifts and freedom democracy brings but still want to use parts of there barbaric ancient god fearing XXXXXXe over here to keep their own imprisoned in religious cocoons


SplendidStuff Posted on 16/10/2009 22:53
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What is this 'something' you speak of?

NedKat Posted on 16/10/2009 22:55
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But why should it be down to a choice between BNP and Taliban EE Bingbong ?

I choose the laws of England ! Executed by those old blokes down at the Old Bailey ...

Not always right, but it's ours, and I love it !

SplendidStuff Posted on 16/10/2009 22:56
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Where do you live Ned?

Bren_MFC Posted on 16/10/2009 22:56
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Britishness.....thats the something

_Holgate_Hero Posted on 16/10/2009 22:56
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beadle you dont even live here

you decided to fukk off to florida so why is the issue any concern of yours?

actually its more of an issue regarding media knobheads and their scaremongering tactics preying upon the ignorant who seem to think islam and sharia law is going to sweep through britain like some sandstorm and have all our ladies robed head to toe in sheets and have them executed for daring to speak to a man who isnt their husband

get a fukking grip [rle]

NedKat Posted on 16/10/2009 22:57
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The "something" is the thousands of years of work that those before us put in to produce a fair and balanced system of justice in Britain. A system that is honourable and envied by the rest of the World ...

NedKat Posted on 16/10/2009 22:57
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Pish off, yer ugly little goblin shythead !

Bren_MFC Posted on 16/10/2009 22:58
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not saying that Taliban and BNP is the choice, just if it was the choice.....

Senor_Chester Posted on 16/10/2009 22:59
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EDL, Muslin Marchers, it's all a vicious circle. So one side form a group which just pushes the other people further toward the other side, this in turn ends uo wih more of these people having their minds twisted by these groups.

Load of XXXXXX if you ask me, don't worry about it. What are we saying Sharia law will become the mainstream law in the UK? Does anyone believe this? It'll never happen.

And don't forget about how barbaric it is, well it was only a couple of hundred years ago in the UK we were doing similar things.

mcyates Posted on 16/10/2009 23:00
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The only thing that will sort this out is RIOTS!!!

NedKat Posted on 16/10/2009 23:00
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If the choice was Talibaneeebingbong or BNP, I would choose BNP ..

NedKat Posted on 16/10/2009 23:02
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Only a couple of hundred years ago ...

I think that's one of the main points here. Why would we want to revert to methods we uses a couple of hundreds of years ago ?

SplendidStuff Posted on 16/10/2009 23:03
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Ned you think those thousands of years were nice and good and right?

People have been getting foooked over since dot.

Do you think the slavery trade and global domination made this country great?

_Holgate_Hero Posted on 16/10/2009 23:03
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chomp chomp beadle

calm down sunshine [^]

NedKat Posted on 16/10/2009 23:04
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Holgate Hero, you are one sad little dik'ead. I feel really sorry for you, no friends, yer own family hates you, and you're about as much good as a piece of dogshyt ...

_Holgate_Hero Posted on 16/10/2009 23:08
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if only i could host such wonderful and hilarious tv shows like you beadle [^]

id even be happy with a diddy hand ten chins and a silly beard to hide them all [cr]

Ditch86 Posted on 17/10/2009 00:22
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So are the BNP racist for wanting to prevent this (not that it will happen anyway)

Dibzzz Posted on 17/10/2009 00:27
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No!

When in fcukig Rome, do as the fcuking Romans!!!!

Imagine if we tried to pull that shiit over there? We'd be shot at dawn.

It's doing my head in this.

_Holgate_Hero Posted on 17/10/2009 00:35
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"Imagine if we tried to pull that shiit over there? We'd be shot at dawn."

over where exactly?

if you want some tit-for-tat approach to what the country allows its citizens to do then fukk off elsewhere

just because "over there" is intolerant of people demonstrating in the streets doesnt mean britain should theres plenty of tasteless demos and so on from all walks of life and giving them the unwarranted attention theyre completely undeserving of is exactly what they want

ProudToComeFromTeesside Posted on 17/10/2009 00:38
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"When in fcukig Rome, do as the fcuking Romans!!!!"

When I was at Uni, I had an Asian girlfriend (though not muslim, she was Zoronastrian) who had that very philosophy and she was very westernised.

Dibzzz Posted on 17/10/2009 00:39
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Ditch86

No, not at all, just the same as if we tried to impose a non muslim law in their country.

Nothing racist about in the slightest.

Ok, why don't we employ Sikh law? Or any other religious law?

No! It's what we do in this country;

If you want to live your life under a religious law, (as we probaly do) then perhaps you should live your life in a country that acceptes that law?

Muslim Pricks!

Dibzzz Posted on 17/10/2009 00:46
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HH

'over where exactly?'

I'm sorry if I didn't make myself clear, any country that did not recognise our law and wanted to replace with thier own.

_Holgate_Hero Posted on 17/10/2009 00:54
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makes no sense but whatever [^]

NedKat Posted on 17/10/2009 01:48
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Only to you, pencil dik !!

onthemap Posted on 17/10/2009 06:44
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I'm emrigrating. sick of foreigners.

sixtyniner69 Posted on 17/10/2009 08:24
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there should be an allowance for all peoples who want their religeous laws to be applied to themselves only on top of the laws of the country, but not to anyone else.

ie muslim alcholics recieve counceling from the state as well as 80 lashes.

christian people who commit adultary

Any Catholic explanation must take into account the defined truths of the omnipotence, omniscience, and goodness of God; free will on the part of man; and the fact that suffering is the penalty of sin.



Link: christian punishment

sixtyniner69 Posted on 17/10/2009 09:01
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alcohol is still banneded in some backward states of the USA and we have a fair few who would ban it in this country, it used to be banned on sundays in wales in my lifetime . i believe its sale at easter is banned in the highlands still if only voluntarily



The Twenty-first Amendment explicitly gives states the right to restrict or ban the purchase or sale of alcohol; this has led to a patchwork of laws, in which alcohol may be legally sold in some but not all towns or counties within a particular state. After the repeal of the national constitutional amendment, some states continued to enforce prohibition laws. Mississippi, which had made alcohol illegal in 1907, was the last state to repeal Prohibition, in 1966. Kansas did not allow sale of liquor "by the drink" (on-premises) until 1987. There are numerous "dry" counties or towns where no liquor is sold, even though liquor can often be brought in for private consumption

Senor_Chester Posted on 17/10/2009 09:13
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"Only a couple of hundred years ago ...
I think that's one of the main points here. Why would we want to revert to methods we uses a couple of hundreds of years ago ?"

We won't be reverting to any methods, my point was that in our history we have also been barbaric as well. Ffs people need to get a grip, it's only a few marchers.

Vosene Posted on 17/10/2009 09:24
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The mob who turned up to protest against that dutch right wing MP yesterday were all dressed like Taliban, with camouflage jackets and taliban head dress, one anti facist/ sharia law ethnic minority half caste thingy who was dressed like this pointed out that if the police were not here he would be 'dealt with innit know what i mean'' wink wink. As though he was trying to scare people, silly little turd


sixtyniner69 Posted on 17/10/2009 09:53
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Oral sex in Islam is controversial among Islamic scholars. Some allow the practice, and some disapprove. However, the generally known Islamic rule is that whatever is not haraam (forbidden) in the Qur'an, nor by a prophetic statement or behavior, is to be allowed; as principally everything is allowed;[citation needed] the exception is what was prohibited by Allah or by his messenger. Based on this principle, oral sex is an allowed act.


where as in the usa in michigan certainly before 2003 for a second offence as a hetrosexual or homosexual oral sex act you could be sent to jail for life imprisonment.

Vosene Posted on 17/10/2009 10:05
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bad news for XXXXXX suckers

sixtyniner69 Posted on 17/10/2009 10:09
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and our laws have been just as bad recently

In the United Kingdom, heterosexual buggery was decriminalised in 1996.

In the UK the punishment for buggery was reduced from hanging to life imprisonment in 1861