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The UK march agaimst Bush



 
 
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Old November 13th 03, 11:39 AM posted to uk.rec.models.radio-control.air,uk.rec.models.radio-control.land,uk.rec.models.rail,uk.rec.motorcaravans,uk.rec.motorcycles
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Default The UK march agaimst Bush


wrote in message
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http://www.stopwar.org.uk/


Go on then I'll go first...

When I saw the title of this post I thought it was an all male gay march
:-)))

D


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Old November 13th 03, 12:19 PM posted to uk.rec.models.radio-control.air,uk.rec.models.radio-control.land,uk.rec.models.rail,uk.rec.motorcaravans,uk.rec.motorcycles
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"David Thomas" wrote in message
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wrote in message
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http://www.stopwar.org.uk/


Go on then I'll go first...

When I saw the title of this post I thought it was an all male gay march


Have you seen the members of their "steering" committee at the bottom of
this page?

http://www.stopwar.org.uk/about.asp

About 90% of them sound like refuges from the 1970s - "Morning Star", CND,
Socialist Workers party ...

FFS, for two pins the whole lot of them would be organising a march to save
lesbian quiches.

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Old November 13th 03, 02:08 PM posted to uk.rec.models.radio-control.air,uk.rec.models.radio-control.land,uk.rec.models.rail,uk.rec.motorcaravans,uk.rec.motorcycles
Red Scholefield
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Default The UK march agaimst Bush

On the "steering committee" - is this web site to be a joke?

"Massoud Shadjareh (chair Islamic Human Rights Commission) "

Red S.

Have you seen the members of their "steering" committee at the bottom of
this page?

http://www.stopwar.org.uk/about.asp

About 90% of them sound like refuges from the 1970s - "Morning Star", CND,
Socialist Workers party ...

FFS, for two pins the whole lot of them would be organising a march to

save
lesbian quiches.

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Old November 13th 03, 05:27 PM posted to uk.rec.models.radio-control.air,uk.rec.models.radio-control.land,uk.rec.models.rail,uk.rec.motorcaravans,uk.rec.motorcycles
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Default The UK march agaimst Bush

Red Scholefield wrote:

On the "steering committee" - is this web site to be a joke?

"Massoud Shadjareh (chair Islamic Human Rights Commission) "



No, I would think its deadly serious actually Red.

There are a lot of people who both uphold and try to advance the
principles of human rights within the international Muslim community,
but who also would rather a texan who has never been in a mosque in his
life, wasn't casting his judgement over how its to be done...


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Old November 13th 03, 06:26 PM posted to uk.rec.models.radio-control.air,uk.rec.models.radio-control.land,uk.rec.models.rail,uk.rec.motorcaravans,
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The Natural Philosopher wrote:

On the "steering committee" - is this web site to be a joke?

"Massoud Shadjareh (chair Islamic Human Rights Commission) "



No, I would think its deadly serious actually Red.

There are a lot of people who both uphold and try to advance the
principles of human rights within the international Muslim community,
but who also would rather a texan who has never been in a mosque in his
life, wasn't casting his judgement over how its to be done...


applause

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Old November 13th 03, 06:34 PM posted to uk.rec.models.radio-control.air,uk.rec.models.radio-control.land,uk.rec.models.rail,uk.rec.motorcaravans,uk.rec.motorcycles
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The Natural Philosopher writes:

There are a lot of people who both uphold and try to advance the
principles of human rights within the international Muslim community,


Furthermore, in some Muslim countries the Islamic political parties
are the ones that are most vocal about democratization and basic human
rights.

but who also would rather a texan who has never been in a mosque in
his life, wasn't casting his judgement over how its to be done...


This, of course, is a part of the central problem of the plummeting
popularity of the United States around the world, and especially in
the Muslim countries.

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Old November 13th 03, 06:42 PM posted to uk.rec.models.radio-control.air,uk.rec.models.radio-control.land,uk.rec.models.rail,uk.rec.motorcaravans,uk.rec.motorcycles
steve auvache
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Default The UK march agaimst Bush

Tom Ivar Helbekkmo wrote
The Natural Philosopher writes:

There are a lot of people who both uphold and try to advance the
principles of human rights within the international Muslim community,


Furthermore, in some Muslim countries the Islamic political parties
are the ones that are most vocal about democratization and basic human
rights.

but who also would rather a texan who has never been in a mosque in
his life, wasn't casting his judgement over how its to be done...


This, of course, is a part of the central problem of the plummeting
popularity of the United States around the world, and especially in
the Muslim countries.


Rubbish. The throwback is just a symptom not a bloody cause. The
merkins are a bunch of self obsessed ******s, always were and always
will be and nowhere near as good at it as the rest of us but they try
harder. That is why they are not popular.



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Old November 13th 03, 07:17 PM posted to uk.rec.models.radio-control.air,uk.rec.models.radio-control.land,uk.rec.models.rail,uk.rec.motorcaravans,uk.rec.motorcycles
John Turner[_2_]
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Default The UK march agaimst Bush


"Tom Ivar Helbekkmo" wrote in message
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The Natural Philosopher writes:

There are a lot of people who both uphold and try to advance the
principles of human rights within the international Muslim community,


Furthermore, in some Muslim countries the Islamic political parties
are the ones that are most vocal about democratization and basic human
rights.

but who also would rather a texan who has never been in a mosque in
his life, wasn't casting his judgement over how its to be done...


This, of course, is a part of the central problem of the plummeting
popularity of the United States around the world, and especially in
the Muslim countries.


I'm certainly not a supporter of Bush, but there are events in the last year
or two which have done little to further the Muslim cause in the West, and
let's not forget the thousands who died on 11th September.

Having said that, this debate should be taking place on uk.politics and not
on specific interest groups.

John.



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Old November 13th 03, 07:49 PM posted to uk.rec.models.radio-control.air,uk.rec.models.radio-control.land,uk.rec.models.rail,uk.rec.motorcaravans,uk.rec.motorcycles
acomm
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why not , this groups charter i beleive says words to the efect it is for
the discusion of subjects within the interests of modelers , and as i am a
modeler who is interested in this thread i will have my say also .

i think bush has led us down the garden path on this one , by now the iraqis
should have there own rule fully in place , so why havn`t they .

trevor

"John Turner" wrote in message
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"Tom Ivar Helbekkmo" wrote in message
...
The Natural Philosopher writes:

There are a lot of people who both uphold and try to advance the
principles of human rights within the international Muslim community,


Furthermore, in some Muslim countries the Islamic political parties
are the ones that are most vocal about democratization and basic human
rights.

but who also would rather a texan who has never been in a mosque in
his life, wasn't casting his judgement over how its to be done...


This, of course, is a part of the central problem of the plummeting
popularity of the United States around the world, and especially in
the Muslim countries.


I'm certainly not a supporter of Bush, but there are events in the last

year
or two which have done little to further the Muslim cause in the West, and
let's not forget the thousands who died on 11th September.

Having said that, this debate should be taking place on uk.politics and

not
on specific interest groups.

John.





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Old November 13th 03, 08:08 PM posted to uk.rec.models.radio-control.air,uk.rec.models.radio-control.land,uk.rec.models.rail,uk.rec.motorcaravans,uk.rec.motorcycles
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On Thu, 13 Nov 2003 19:49:57 -0000, "acomm"
wrote:

why not , this groups charter


Which group might that be, then?

i beleive says words to the efect it is for
the discusion of subjects within the interests of modelers , and as i am a
modeler who is interested in this thread i will have my say also .


Oh, I see. One of the American modelling groups. Nice.

i think bush has led us down the garden path on this one , by now the iraqis
should have there own rule fully in place , so why havn`t they .


Perhaps because they are all semi-literate top-posting ****wits?

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