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V for vendetta was on TV tonight, good film and all, product of a leftie mind ofc.

We are told in the story that it was the conservative government that introduced fascism. They used fears of avian flu to restlessly crack down on civil liberties. To engineer fears of terrorism to introduce legislation that they then use to rub out anything they don't approve of.

I then wonder how hollow that must seem now to all the labour party members watching.

By the way I heartily reconomend this book to anyone wanting to learn about fascism and its history: http://www.amazon.co.uk/Liberal-Fascism-Hi...4515&sr=8-1

It charts the history of fascism and its grounding on the left, and points out liberals are so desperate to tell us how fascism will be attacking at any moment from the right, that we won't see it creap up on us from the left.

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Isn't anyone going to show astonishment that this film was shown on the BBC. <_<

I'm fairly certain they are the ones least likely to catch the irony.

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Isn't anyone going to show astonishment that this film was shown on the BBC. <_<

:P

there are different subliminal levels of training one has to go through.

to the sheeple this looks like entertainment and sci-fi.

the PTB are pissing themselves laughing because it's already here...and it won't grab the attention of the people until it's way too obvious....cue another bombing??...get the fear factor in.THEN implement the real agenda.

9/11 was just a warm-up.

people are panic-stricken(allegedly) about swine flu.

....it's all mind games!frankly I'm getting a bit fed up with it.

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We're all gonna DIE!!!!!

Certainly puts the credit crunch into perspective doesn't it.

And aren't the Government handling the crisis well?

FFS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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We're all gonna DIE!!!!!

Certainly puts the credit crunch into perspective doesn't it.

And aren't the Government handling the crisis well?

FFS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

two things in life are certain.death and taxes.

but yes,you are quite correct in stating there is a depopulation exercise under way.

soft-kill or otherwise.

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yes,you are quite correct in stating there is a depopulation exercise under way.

soft-kill or otherwise.

Are they using the concepts outlined in John P Holdren’s 1977 book Ecoscience, population, resources enviroment ?

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those captive egg toasties are delicious and contain much fat.

do not try those at home boys and girls. you risk addiction and obesity within a week.

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V for vendetta was on TV tonight, good film and all, product of a leftie mind ofc.

We are told in the story that it was the conservative government that introduced fascism. They used fears of avian flu to restlessly crack down on civil liberties. To engineer fears of terrorism to introduce legislation that they then use to rub out anything they don't approve of.

I then wonder how hollow that must seem now to all the labour party members watching.

I thought it was a new party that rose to power after a terrorist incident, crushing both Conservative and Labour? I seem to remember there was a pie-chart distribution of votes and red and blue were both represented. Unless they changed it to reflect more current day events..

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I thought it was a new party that rose to power after a terrorist incident, crushing both Conservative and Labour? I seem to remember there was a pie-chart distribution of votes and red and blue were both represented. Unless they changed it to reflect more current day events..

Alan Moore wrote the story about the rise of Thatcher, but the film probably tried to make it more about Bush's America.

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Isn't anyone going to show astonishment that this film was shown on the BBC. <_<

What, a film about George W. Bush based on a comic book about Maggie?

Hello? Is this thing on? Tap-tap-tap.

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What, a film about George W. Bush based on a comic book about Maggie?

Hello? Is this thing on? Tap-tap-tap.

I had no idea it was about Maggie/ Bush. I thought it reflected Brownian misrule

I suppose they're three cheeks of the same a*se (five if you count Blair and Obama)

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The author of the original graphic novel has commented on his prescience but notes wryly that he got the party wrong.

Its not about left Vs right its about individualism Vs statism.

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two things in life are certain.death and taxes.

but yes,you are quite correct in stating there is a depopulation exercise under way.

soft-kill or otherwise.

I wish you'd make your mind up and stick to one fantasy. You have always said that we are going to be wiped out by an asteroid in 2012.

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By the way I heartily reconomend this book to anyone wanting to learn about fascism and its history: http://www.amazon.co.uk/Liberal-Fascism-Hi...4515&sr=8-1

It charts the history of fascism and its grounding on the left, and points out liberals are so desperate to tell us how fascism will be attacking at any moment from the right, that we won't see it creap up on us from the left.

Yes, a really great and very accurate book. I've always known from reading history that Fascism is actually a left wing ideology and we are clearly seeing elements of Fascism (the FDR sort as referred to in the book) with the current Labour Government. Hopefully the next Conservative Government will roll back the tide of fascism that has been lapping at our feet since new Labour came to power.

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Yes, a really great and very accurate book. I've always known from reading history that Fascism is actually a left wing ideology and we are clearly seeing elements of Fascism (the FDR sort as referred to in the book) with the current Labour Government. Hopefully the next Conservative Government will roll back the tide of fascism that has been lapping at our feet since new Labour came to power.

It depends what you mean by fascism of course. Most Tories (esp. the Europhobes) are fairly unashamed fascists if you mean a national strength movement and a dislike of those who weaken it within and without. His book seems to be predicated on a strange argument that the term 'fascist' is over-used and that therefore... he will over-apply it himself.

I am amazed you discovered through your historical researches that the Roman Republic was left wing. ;)

Personally I find the US culture wars a bore and it is sad to see British people who should know better bandying around terminology like 'liberal' and 'leftist' as they do. I get the feeling a lot of Conservative and Labour party members would be much happier in the Republican and Democratic parties respectively where they can play their West Wing fantasies out more fully.

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I thought it was a new party that rose to power after a terrorist incident, crushing both Conservative and Labour? I seem to remember there was a pie-chart distribution of votes and red and blue were both represented. Unless they changed it to reflect more current day events..

You are correct, you must be a leftie conspirator for pointing that out though. :)

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The author of the original graphic novel has commented on his prescience but notes wryly that he got the party wrong.

Its not about left Vs right its about individualism Vs statism.

Alan Moore said he guessed that the Tories would lose in 1983, hence nuclear disarmament, hence the survival of Britain in a nuclear war (questionable but still).

During the Thatcher years, this was back in 1981 that I would have started writing "V for Vendetta," 1982 or something like that, the riots were kicking off at Southall and Toxteth and all of a sudden what had been a relatively stable country had now got very heavy handed riot police going in and beating up demonstrators. It was starting to look a bit futuristic and a bit grim. Basically, it was "V for Vendetta." I had got this fascist police state and this very romantic anarchist terrorist. There's still been some talk about doing a film of "V for Vendetta," but I don't know whether if America is ready for the terrorist hero just yet, you know. (audience laughs)

But of course he hates Blair, Brown, Blunkett, Straw and all that shower, the anarchists and the left always have anyway outside the feverish imaginations of certain posters here who have somehow convinced themselves that failing to regulate and then bailing out banks is the Sine qua non of socialist principles.

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Yes, a really great and very accurate book. I've always known from reading history that Fascism is actually a left wing ideology and we are clearly seeing elements of Fascism (the FDR sort as referred to in the book) with the current Labour Government. Hopefully the next Conservative Government will roll back the tide of fascism that has been lapping at our feet since new Labour came to power.

So does that put paid to the BNP be facists ?

Facts are people want to vote for a party that protects jobs without all the crap about gassing the jews being dragged up.

Corporations hate the BNP because it cut's off cheap imported labour for them to proft from and the 3 main parties are scared because the BNP are not in bed with them.

if you want less goverment, lower taxes and a job to go to then it's obvious who to vote for.

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I wish you'd make your mind up and stick to one fantasy. You have always said that we are going to be wiped out by an asteroid in 2012.

thought it was a hidden planet arising from the galaxy.

alignment and all that.

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Btw whatever happened to pig flu?

It seemed to go away once Parliament rose for the summer.

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