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PostPosted: Tue Jun 06, 2017 1:18 pm 
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General Election 2017: Police to guard polling stations in Tower Hamlets to stop voter intimidation

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Britain goes to the polls on Thursday PA

Exclusion zones will be set up outside almost all of Tower Hamlet’s 75 polling stations to stop potential voter intimidation.

All leave has been cancelled for Met police working in the borough so that each venue can have an officer stationed outside for Thursday's election. The exclusion zones will extend up to 30 metres.

The extra security aims to stop campaigners trying to influence voters in the Bethnal Green & Bow and Poplar & Limehouse seats. Labour candidate for Poplar & Limehouse, Jim Fitzpatrick, said the police presence was justified as you “can’t put a price on democracy”.

He said: “There’s different ways to campaign on polling day and in certain communities the culture is to get a number of supporters outside polling stations to demonstrate the support that they have. For most of us, that’s intimidating and should be discouraged. The police are there to make sure the area around the polling station is completely sterile.”

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You gotta get to paragraph 3 before the nettle is grasped.

Certain shitty third world cultures don't really do this free and fair voting thing. And now we've imported these cultures and pretended that they are our cultural equals, all of a sudden we have dismal third world practices in British polling stations.

And STILL certain mongs will bleat on about how 10,000 Ahmed's are no different from 10,000 English.

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The Anglo experience is a unique product of a long history of culture's clashing, people annihilating, raping and pillaging each other, and eventually realizing: fuck, they hate us when we do that and then expect to rule over them like demi-Gods. We better figure out a better way to insure due process and individual rights.

It isn't that Anglish are different by nature than any other clan of big-brained bipedal apes. They've just been fortunate to have a history that taught them, very slowly, erratically and saltatorily, that the golden rule is not just nice, it is pragmatic.

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Anthropoid wrote:
The Anglo experience is a unique product of a long history of culture's clashing, people annihilating, raping and pillaging each other, and eventually realizing: fuck, they hate us when we do that and then expect to rule over them like demi-Gods. We better figure out a better way to insure due process and individual rights.

It isn't that Anglish are different by nature than any other clan of big-brained bipedal apes. They've just been fortunate to have a history that taught them, very slowly, erratically and saltatorily, that the golden rule is not just nice, it is pragmatic.


Indeed. Which merely underlines the fragility of what we have.

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EUBanana wrote:
Anthropoid wrote:
The Anglo experience is a unique product of a long history of culture's clashing, people annihilating, raping and pillaging each other, and eventually realizing: fuck, they hate us when we do that and then expect to rule over them like demi-Gods. We better figure out a better way to insure due process and individual rights.

It isn't that Anglish are different by nature than any other clan of big-brained bipedal apes. They've just been fortunate to have a history that taught them, very slowly, erratically and saltatorily, that the golden rule is not just nice, it is pragmatic.


Indeed. Which merely underlines the fragility of what we have.


Yep. Cherish your culture. It is one of the most important and time-honored and in truth, probably the single most important in human history. Oh sure, let whoever wants to join it, and contribute do so, but insure that they actually DO join and DO contribute; it only makes sense.

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