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Discussion in 'Politics, Religion, Social Issues' started by ct2k7, May 4, 2013.
A breeding program. Somehow reminiscent of a similar idea propagated some years ago to produce all those nifty little Aryans.
Of course, if all these lovely folks are spending all their time breeding, they're not burning a cross on your lawn, or whatever your (UK) white supremacists do for amusement.
Indeed. Not only that, but parties which espouse such glorious nonsense tend to have a pronounced preference for older, traditional and naturally, more limited - roles for women - the old kitchen, children, church matrix so beloved of some from that end of the spectrum.
Making babies may well be fun, but bearing them and rearing them often presents a bit of challenge........
So this is a documentary now?
All us super smart, eugenics spouting, immigrant hating, racists know that a woman's place is in the home...taking care of all our needs, and bearing our spawn uncomplainingly.
Barefoot in the summer, pregnant in the winter.
And if you don't agree, and think women have a place in guiding the world...well, then you're probably some kind of commie, anyway.
Take note...uppity female!!
So does the OP approve or disapprove?
Yep, guilty as charged. That's me: An uppity (and mouthy), pen-wielding, opinionated, argumentative, uber-political, coffee-drinking (as now) - and yes, some sort of pink-hued, crimson shaded, commie female, one (marginally) tamed by excessive education....
Is there a way to be involved with the impregnation, but none of the responsibility that follows?
There are plenty of men who manage that in the face of all legal and social ramifications...
Sure, just be the BNP husband of the poor woman you have impregnated. The issue of that union is HER problem...you have more important things to do, like spew hateful rhetoric.
I think what the BNP is suggesting is more in line with indoctrination. It's easier to brainwash new people into accepting their racist and xenophobic platform than convert existing people.
The comments from that article are amusing but very disconcerting at the same time.
Good thing, or we would all be forced to mock you mercilessly.
I'm in that 51%
I'm surprised nobody mentioned Mitt Romney's recent commencement address on this subject. Nothing explicitly racist or nationalist about it, but, there is definitely a bit of "Quiverfull" movement in this:
UKIP are just BNP light, moronic and inherently racist.
Bit harsh i reckon.
But That doesn't mean there aren't racist tendancies from some party members.
I'm not of Anglo-Saxon decent but I'd like to take part in this, where do I sign up? (I'm just looking to breed is all hehehehe)
On one side it sounds racist, but on another I wonder if anyone would have an issue with it if it was a minority group trying to get its members to breed to broaden their base. Most religions do this already.
I don't really mind being a minority.
What a silly suggestion, of course there would be people taking issue with that.
I doubt it, not on here anyways.
If the BNP want to breed more thats between them and their cousins. We shouldn't get involved
Actually, it is my understanding that they don't really like going that far out of the immediate family to breed.