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An encounter with the BBC
BlueJay Show this Post
07-31-2015, 06:48 AM #1
BlueJay Incognito Anonymous
 
When I was living in Tennessee in 2006...

A Reporter for the BBC asked me why the USA thinks it has the "moral justification" to make an ESPN documentary about Racist European soccer fans, and criticize Europe's racism and make note that there has never been anything akin to the American Civil Rights Movement in European history.

This is exactly what I told them, and I'll be glad to tell them again.

First of all, Because this is our country where we have the speech... NOT your country where you get to come here demand positive media coverage about Europe.
We have no Interest, nor any obligation to foster, promote or support and sustain Europe's reputation.

The American millionaires who spend their money in European hotels under American ownership and Five star management, who think that is typical Europe needs to know the truth of about Europe.

The truth of the matter is, the USA exists because of how disgusting and ignorant and bigoted Europe is.
The demographics all across Europe are artificial, and are the result of crimes against Humanity.


So don't come crying the blues to me, what you need to do is fix your shït... get some economic and industrial freedom, get your economy right, get yourself a powerful enough of a military to defend yourself...

Quit blaming blacks and muslims and American visitors and the Israelis for your problem....
and start blaming yourself.. that way you can fix your problems.


Until then, ğck off, get the ğck off my property...
And That's right... MY property... not the Government's property... MINE.
Get the concept wrapped around your head.
07-31-2015, 08:25 AM #2
Octo Mother Superior
Posts:42,612 Threads:1,469 Joined:Feb 2011
(07-31-2015, 06:48 AM)BlueJay Wrote:  A Reporter for the BBC asked me why the USA thinks it has the "moral justification" to make an ESPN documentary about Racist European soccer fans, and criticize Europe's racism and make note that there has never been anything akin to the American Civil Rights Movement in European history.

Why did he ask you that? Just randomly? popcorn2.gif
07-31-2015, 11:26 AM #3
Accidental Stoner Member
Posts:8,819 Threads:70 Joined:Feb 2011
None of my business.

And cut ol' Suomi out of your bullcrap.

Finland exists because Gramps & Gramps and their buddies
fought off Bolshevik imperialism in the trenches.

Oh, and did I mention they had to defend against Sherman
tanks, Bell P 39 fighters and Red Army troops brought to the
front in Studebaker trucks - while protecting the free North
against Communist aggression..?

Traitors in office is the current problem, not the modern
invaders themselves - you're right about thatone. "Racism"
a completely fabricated, imported pseudo-problem over here.

Finally:
Pohjanmaa rose out of the sea - our people made it what it is
without killing, deporting or enslaving bloody anybody. Not one
(1) single slave-trade ship ever set sail from here. So the
White Guilt horseshit does not fly 1 fekking inch with me, any
old case.

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And you Americans can be the best and the beautifullest all you
want, all the live long day, as long as I get to keep being a true-
born, lily white Finlander on my forefathers' holy ground.

Mehh.
07-31-2015, 11:37 AM #4
Accidental Stoner Member
Posts:8,819 Threads:70 Joined:Feb 2011
ğck .
shït like that makes my blood boil in the mornings, really.

What ğkking "Europe"?
Do you seriously think "we the European people" feel like
one big happy family..? Muahhahhahhahh! (Bet the elite does,
though. Capital always had free transition.)

Truth is I've got 1 000 times more in common with a guy
from Indiana or Canada than an Italian or friggin Frenchman.

Fekk, people are narrow in the head.

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And I shouldn't do this at all before lunch.
Blood pressure!

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BlueJay Show this Post
07-31-2015, 01:13 PM #5
BlueJay Incognito Anonymous
 
(07-31-2015, 08:25 AM)Octo Wrote:  
(07-31-2015, 06:48 AM)BlueJay Wrote:  A Reporter for the BBC asked me why the USA thinks it has the "moral justification" to make an ESPN documentary about Racist European soccer fans, and criticize Europe's racism and make note that there has never been anything akin to the American Civil Rights Movement in European history.

Why did he ask you that? Just randomly? popcorn2.gif

I worked for the Humboldt Chronicle newspaper



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