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This is just so wrong!

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    This is just so wrong!

    I really, really dont know where to begin.

    People need to realise that it may be acceptable to wear these things in countries other than the UK but when you are here, whether you are born here, come here and settle here, you abide by our rules and dont try and impose your rules on us.

    Frankly, its no wonder some 'political' parties are starting to make inroads in our society.


    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/news...ian-judge.html

    Sir Mota Singh QC spoke out after a number of Sikhs were refused entry to schools and other venues because they were wearing the Kirpan or other religious artefacts.

    Last year, a 14-year-old Sikh boy was refused entry to the Compton School in Barnet after governors ruled his Kirpan was a health and safety risk.
    I couldn't give two fornicators! Yes, really!

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    KUATB

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      #3
      Wham! have split up.
      Rule #76: No excuses. Play like a champion.

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        #4
        Originally posted by BolshieBastard View Post
        .....People need to realise that it may be acceptable to wear these things in countries other than the UK but when you are here, whether you are born here, come here and settle here, you abide by our rules and dont try and impose your rules on us. ......
        er...it is legal to carry a kirpan in public in the uk.
        Last edited by DS23; 8 February 2010, 13:08.

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          #5
          Originally posted by DS23 View Post
          er...it is legal to carry a kirpan in public in the uk.
          Yes, and a Sgian Dubh if it is part of your ethnic dress.

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            #6
            Originally posted by BolshieBastard View Post
            People need to realise that it may be acceptable to wear these things in countries other than the UK but when you are here, whether you are born here, come here and settle here, you abide by our rules and dont try and impose your rules on us.
            I'm sure these fellows would fit in much better.
            And what exactly is wrong with an "ad hominem" argument? Dodgy Agent, 16-5-2014

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              #7
              Originally posted by DS23 View Post
              er...it is legal to carry a kirpan in public in the uk.
              Er, proves my point exactly! Anyone else carry a knife in public would be charged as being in possession of an offensive weapon.
              I couldn't give two fornicators! Yes, really!

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                #8
                Originally posted by BolshieBastard View Post
                Er, proves my point exactly! Anyone else carry a knife in public would be charged as being in possession of an offensive weapon.
                Not if it is part of your ethnic dress.

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                  #9
                  right. should i be charged for owning and carrying a swiss army penknife?

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                    #10
                    Originally posted by Churchill View Post
                    Not if it is part of your ethnic dress.
                    Exactly. One rule for some. What next, the burkha!? Sorry, if you want to wear your ethnic dress, you're free to do this in the comfort of your own home.

                    Out in public, no way.
                    I couldn't give two fornicators! Yes, really!

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