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Thread #124666   Message #2754512
Posted By: Don(Wyziwyg)T
28-Oct-09 - 08:53 PM
Thread Name: BS: The problem at Mudcat? Moderated thread
Subject: RE: BS: The problem at Mudcat? Moderated thread
""I don't give a rat's ass how evil the BNP is, Dick. If all we can do is fight evil with evil, then we've sold our souls to them. We've conpromised our own integrity, and then what good are we?""

With regard to that Joe, I have just one question. How would you propose to expose the evil of an organisation?

1) By ignoring it, in the hope that it will go away?
2) By telling the man who is advocating the sinking of boatloads of human beings that he shouldn't be so naughty, and slapping his wrist?

or would you agree that there is nothing evil about confronting and attacking the organisation at every turn, exposing the racism and bigotry, and YES, attacking the veracity and the ethical and moral compass of one who takes a position of power in said organisation?

I have a dossier of 40 A4 pages printed off from discussion boards and profiles on Facebook, Bebo, and Myspace, all of which pages are solely devoted to personal attacks on, and lies about, Mudcat members.


Richard Bridge, Myself, Jeddy Rose, Virginia Tam, Peace, Katlaughing, Owen Woodson, Houston Diamond, Royston, John Barden, Fred mcCormick, Lox, Lizzie Cornish, and passing references to you, Joe, and Max.

As I have pointed out before, the Nazi Party was as insignificant in 1930 as the BNP is today. Ten years later it ruled most of Europe, and was starting on a policy of ethnic extermination.

The BNP deny that this ever took place, and if we simply ignore them, we are asking for another dose, this time against Muslims in particular, and dark skinned people in general.

Would you accord them the right of free speech, and try to curtail OUR right to the same?


On the subject of Christianity, I consider myself a Christian, but in the way I live my life, not in the place I spend Sunday mornings.

Christianity is not a building with a cross, nor is it a man in a black frock. It is, as I read Jesus' message, how you live, how you treat your neighbour, and how you place the interests of others at the same level as your own.

Don T.