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steve1984 03 Feb 19 8.19am

Originally posted by Stirlingsays

So I can go to the British Museum can I and tell then that they celebrate white history and are specifically about white people?

No I can't....and you know why that is.

Because it's about being British.....not white.

So why is it full of foreign stuff like Egyptian sarcophagi and The Elgin marbles?

 

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View Lombardos barber's Profile Lombardos barber Flag 03 Feb 19 8.25am Send a Private Message to Lombardos barber Add Lombardos barber as a friend

Originally posted by Stirlingsays

?

It's been up for two hours and had about ten different posters.

There is no such thing as 'white supremacy'.....just more anti white propaganda that you have been brain washed into believing.

That you believe that a museum of black culture is a threat to you as a white person makes you highly likely to be a screaming racist.

What part of our culture as white brits isn’t covered by the many, many, many museums or other cultural locations throughout the country?

“There’s nothing celebrating skinheads!”

Ok. Fair point.

 

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steve1984 03 Feb 19 8.44am

He isn't a racist. He's merely a self appointed defender of our indigenous British culture.

That and the fact that he had the s*** kicked out of him as a kid on the mean streets of Stockwell makes his opinions on race somewhat unpalatable to members of our multi-cultural 21st Century British society.

I propose he takes his kids on a day trip to the British Museum where he can acquaint them with the cultural spoils of our former empire and all the knick-knacks and curios collected by countless British travelers to foreign climes.

Edited by steve1984 (03 Feb 2019 8.47am)

 

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Pussay Patrol Flag 03 Feb 19 8.57am

Originally posted by Lombardos barber

That you believe that a museum of black culture is a threat to you as a white person makes you highly likely to be a screaming racist.

What part of our culture as white brits isn’t covered by the many, many, many museums or other cultural locations throughout the country?

“There’s nothing celebrating skinheads!”

Ok. Fair point.

Nail.... Head

 


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I have often wondered why people of colour choose to live here when they say our society was built on slavery and stealing from the commonwealth. Yet still more and more people from Africa and the west indies choose to live here.

 

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Originally posted by dannyboy1978

I have often wondered why people of colour choose to live here when they say our society was built on slavery and stealing from the commonwealth. Yet still more and more people from Africa and the west indies choose to live here.

Because it's better than living in a hut without electricy or sanitation which is what half of Africa is.

 


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Originally posted by Tom-the-eagle

Because it's better than living in a hut without electricy or sanitation which is what half of Africa is.

This is why many choose to settle in Thornton Heath. Makes Africans feel they are at home

 


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steve1984 03 Feb 19 9.28am

Originally posted by dannyboy1978

I have often wondered why people of colour choose to live here when they say our society was built on slavery and stealing from the commonwealth.

Perhaps it's because we succeeded?

 

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View Mr Palaceman's Profile Mr Palaceman Flag 03 Feb 19 9.42am Send a Private Message to Mr Palaceman Add Mr Palaceman as a friend

I retract my post.

Edited by Mr Palaceman (03 Feb 2019 10.10am)

 


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View Midlands Eagle's Profile Midlands Eagle Flag 03 Feb 19 9.53am Send a Private Message to Midlands Eagle Add Midlands Eagle as a friend

Originally posted by Lombardos barber


That you believe that a museum of black culture is a threat to you as a white person makes you highly likely to be a screaming racist.

I must be missing something as having read his posts I can't find anything that he feels is a threat to him and wonder whether it's all just wishful thinking on your part

 

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steve1984 03 Feb 19 10.10am

Originally posted by Mr Palaceman

I retrack my post.

Edited by Mr Palaceman (03 Feb 2019 10.09am)

then so do I.

Edited by steve1984 (03 Feb 2019 10.11am)

 

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Originally posted by steve1984

So why is it full of foreign stuff like Egyptian sarcophagi and The Elgin marbles?

Because the British went and took them. It's the British Museum, not the British Isles Museum.

 

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