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edit: as i am only 15 my political stance may chnage easily with the next decade.

Believe me, we ALL hope and pray for this!  crazy_o.gif

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Hehe... I was just in a scientific conference, where a 28-year old scientist from UK was telling me how terrible it was when Hitler's Germany invaded Finland during WWII. Needless to say, I had to educate him about the history of WWII.

I think Iäm worried about the education system in UK. tounge_o.gif

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Hehe... I was just in a scientific conference, where a 28-year old scientist from UK was telling me how terrible it was when Hitler's Germany invaded Finland during WWII. Needless to say, I had to educate him about the history of WWII.

Hehehe... tounge_o.gif

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For our foreign friends, the BNP are our resident far right pseudo nazi movement.

Actually, the BNPs economic systems are left wing, however they are classed as far right because they are very authoritarian and their racial beliefs are similar to Hitlers.

If they ever come to power, it will be through cheating. Most of them have criminal records....

We may be getting into semantics here, but I believe your statement to be slightly incorrect.

Whilst the BNP's political and economic aims are left-wing (rebuilding the NHS, improve the benefit system, improve housing situation, etc.), they want to achieve this (ie pay for all this) by using fascist methods - removing all non-whites and non-English from Britain.

The sad thing about this is that there are a lot of people that are voting the BNP out of "protest" against Labour crazy_o.gif I still don't understand that logic. Oh well, funny wee island tounge_o.gifbiggrin_o.gif

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Lately it seems like most people here don't think us under 20 can have opinions. So I'm glad you replied in a mature way Bordoy.

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Lately it seems like most people here don't think us under 20 can have opinions. So I'm glad you replied in a mature way Bordoy.

You are free to have opinions, but they don't really matter as minimum voting age is generally 18. smile_o.gif

Of course this is not absolute. There are younger persons who can be smarter and more clear sighted than adults. In general however adults have more experience and more interest in politics. And teenagers are notoriously unreliable due to the rapid psychical changes they go through in that age.

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The sad thing about this is that there are a lot of people that are voting the BNP out of "protest" against Labour  crazy_o.gif I still don't understand that logic. Oh well, funny wee island tounge_o.gifbiggrin_o.gif

It's because people think that New Labours being soft on those dang evil asylum seekers, stealing our jobs, pillaging our towns and raping our women! tounge_o.gif

(Needless to say these views are actually very flawed, and most arguments come from dodgy Daily Mail statistics)

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There are younger persons who can be smarter and more clear sighted than adults. In general however adults have more experience and more interest in politics. And teenagers are notoriously unreliable due to the rapid psychical changes they go through in that age.

Very true, but how nice is this:

Quote[/b] ]

Birthday Date 11 April 1988 (15)

British National Party Join Now!!

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Edit - Just discovered your only 15. That would explain a few things.

Etc.

Not to mention last week.

Free to have opinions maybe, but you don't get a lot of respect with them as under-18 here.

Oh well.

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Erm...quoting someone´s sig and public profile is mean? wink_o.gif

But this is just pointless...sorry if anyone thought it was insulting... smile_o.gif

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Birthday Date 11 April 1988 (15)

He's older than me, (by 1 month 5 days) but no-one ever comments on my age on some of my more garbled posts; while I strongly disagree with Bordoy, you have to admit it's political bias which is leading to him not being taken seriously.

But hopefully his views will change if he participates in more of the political discussions.

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Yer. no harm done Gollum, just wondering my age mattered.

Like i said i may have my information wrong anout that dude.

Anyway, i asked denoir where i can get more info about different political parties (not your local co-op), and i may be changing my mind soon, and i'm getting alot of info which i didn't get before.

Thankyou Denoir.

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Nice to see people questioning their on beliefs on the Net. Not everyday you see that smile_o.gif

This is what these forums are best for; it's the only place I've seen people change their minds in the Iraq topic.

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Erm...quoting someone´s sig and public profile is mean? wink_o.gif

But this is just pointless...sorry if anyone thought it was insulting... smile_o.gif

You fattened "15" to point out that his opinions were dumb because of his age... I'd take that as an insult.

He's older than me, (by 1 month 5 days) but no-one ever comments on my age on some of my more garbled posts; while I strongly disagree with Bordoy, you have to admit it's political bias which is leading to him not being taken seriously.

Then why was his age pointed out at least twice.

I'm not saying that someone is right and someone else is wrong, but that behavior is bs.

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I totally agree with u INeo.

People are being Ageist these days but i can and anyone else my age can have strong views about anything.

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I totally agree with u INeo.

People are being Ageist these days but i can and anyone else my age can have strong views about anything.

I agree entirely! I'm sick of elderly people complaning that the youth are ageist, but we can't even enter a supermarket without the security cameras following us, or walk down a street without getting a dirty look, and when some people my age were on the streets protesting the war in Iraq there were comments in my local newspaper like, "Since when are 16 year olds experts in world politics?" I bet I knew a lot more about the situation than that person.....

The trouble is, by the time people are adults, they stop caring about the youth being treated badly and the young aren't taken seriously enough.

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BBC Brussels Brainbuster
Quote[/b] ]Test your knowledge of the European Union and your grasp of the trivia of the Brussels bureaucracy in our lighthearted quiz.

I scored 5/10....not bad for a Brit smile_o.gif

8/10 wink_o.gif

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Damn, I fecked up with the flag and the bank seat (mixed it up with Frankfurt, but that's not the investment bank there). Still 8/10 with all important things right is fine with me. smile_o.gif

I like those BBC riddles, you always learn something new!

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