Monday, 30 June 2008

Latest YouTube posting

I've actually posted a few videos to YouTube since my last post.  The videos I've posted I think represent my political evolution somewhat.  I'm becoming less ignorant of the things happening around me, and around the world.  My post regarding Condell having lots of friends in the BNP took me off on a tangent which led to the video below.

It is my shortest video yet, so gets to the point quickly.  The point being that the BNP is not run as a democracy, so why would anybody expect the BNP to run a democratic government if they actually took power in the UK?  For once, this is not a video about fascists or racists or bigots inhabiting the BNP, though undoubtedly there are such people in the upper echelons of the BNP command structure.  This video is about how the BNP is run, and how members of the BNP actually get very little say in how the organisation is run.

The BNP constitution is not available on the BNP site at the time of writing.  If I was a BNP member, I'd want to know why.


DrMaxtor said...

Asalam Aliakum,
Hope all's well on your side. I notice the BNP mascot Condell has made a new video with plenty of links to the Daily Mail tabloid used as reference material.
The apple doesn't fall from the tree.

dink said...

hi, kidz! seems noone comments this poor blog. or maybe someone does but unlike Pat you put heavy censorship. But even then the silence CAN speak. And it tells that you "peaceloving" muslims get no attention in virtual life which leads me to delightful conclusion that in real life you'll get no attention, too. peace!

DrMaxtor said...

Seems to you're the one lacking a life, dink? The webmaster has proven his point, Pat is a fraud, and an unfunny one at that. Deal with it. Why not email the man through his YouTube account and carp like a bitter idiot here? Typical Condell fan...
Funny how the degenerates and violent racists Pat caters to complain about lack of peace from Muslims.

DrMaxtor said...

As for the supposed censorship here, how did your utterly inane comment get through, Dink?

skydog said...

''Funny how the degenerates and violent racists Pat caters to complain about lack of peace from Muslims.''

Who's complaining about a lack of peace from peaceful Muslims? It's a lack of peace from violent Islamic extremists that we're complaining about.

whypatcondellisntfunny said...

Skydog, again with the obfuscation.

"It's a lack of peace from violent Islamic extremists that we're complaining about."

Aren't we all complaining about that? Aren't we all complaining about violent [insert any political/religious doctrine here] extremists in general?

dink said...

Well, I've never complained about violent atheists. Even violent catholics are rather mild comparing to muslims blowing themselves on the streets, stoning their women for whatever reason and chasing artists for either some novel or cartoon.

skydog said...

''Aren't we all complaining about that?''

Yeah, the silence from moderate muslims is deafening.

whypatcondellisntfunny said...

"Yeah, the silence from moderate muslims is deafening."

Yawn. Oh. Wait. You were being serious?

Two years ago I made a video addressing this very issue, proving beyond a shadow of a doubt that there is a huge consensus in the global Muslim community against terrorism.

It is such a shame you appear to be recycling years old fallacies. Do you have anything original or at all positive to add to any debate you participate in on this blog?

skydog said...

Sorry, we aren't allowed access to YouTube here in Turkey. Something about someone 'insulting' your so-called prophet. Might have been Pat Condell. LMAO!

whypatcondellisntfunny said...

"orry, we aren't allowed access to YouTube here in Turkey. Something about someone 'insulting' your so-called prophet."

YouTube ban in Turkey hey? Gadzooks! That must mean that all Muslims are against open debate on YouTube, even the thousands, like me, who post on it.

Lets take a look at the latest on this particular issue, shall we?

"Turkey's censorship of the internet dates back to 2007, when a law was passed to tackle child pornography and websites that encourage suicide, drug use, gambling or prostitution. The law broadened state powers by creating a government office with the authority to shut down websites without a court order.

YouTube was banned in 2008 after a video was posted on the site showing Greek football fans taunting Turks and making claims about the country's founder, Mustafa Kemal Atatürk.

But the site still regularly scores among the top 10 most visited in Turkey, largely due to the use of proxy servers to circumvent the ban."

So not only were you wrong on the reasons why YouTube was banned - it was nothing to do with the Prophet Muhammed or even the withering insults of Pat Condell - but the misuse of broad legal powers brought in for valid reasons.

Want more?

"...[Turkish] President Abdullah Gul expressed his opposition in a series of tweets, saying free speech restrictions were preventing Turkey from "integrating with the world". He said he has instructed officials to look into ways to overcome the ban."

You are merely compounding evidence of your outdated arguments.

The fact that Turkey has banned YouTube is in no way related to the argument - which you have tried to sidestep but which I've roundly demolished - that Muslims do not denounce terrorism.

My government took my country into an illegal war, that does not mean that I agree with what they did. So to with the Turkish government and the banning of YouTube.

skydog said...

OK.I bow to your greater google on this one ;o)