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how i feel tonight

Post by Guest on Thu Oct 20, 2011 9:10 pm


confused,/betrayed/abused/ sometimes truth hurts,
it seems a fact of life that the more you try and help people the more they take the piss
people seem to take you for granted. this seems to happen a lot in life.i see myself as a caring person
although i am stubborn as my wife says, i always seem to go against the grain,
people say to me just go with the flow and why put yourself in a a position where its going to make life harder .
i feel that my principles cause me more trouble than ought.and they cost me money.

The wrongs that i encounter during my life, should i just give in and throw my principles out of the window
and just have a easier life, or carry on fighting, i get told weekly i cannot beat the system , but still i carry on
my heart seems to rule my head,

i think this also comes into play with my support that i gave to the bnp and do now, although i am not a member
and not a racist or homophobe for that matter, i will continue to support them , well why do i do it, simple
really, those bloody principles come into play. i do not like the blatant attempts by the media and the press
and the constant smear campaigns that go on, i do not agree with kicking some one when they are down
i have a lot of respect for the man not just for what he stands for but for the abbuse he and his family have
put up with through the years, i think many would have given up years ago, but no like me his principles get in the way.

do you posters get like that or is it just me.(thank god i got that off my chest)

ps if i dont have principles what sort of a person would that make me Sad



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Re: how i feel tonight

Post by Guest on Thu Oct 20, 2011 9:17 pm

tom sawyer wrote:
confused,/betrayed/abused/ sometimes truth hurts,
it seems a fact of life that the more you try and help people the more they take the piss
people seem to take you for granted. this seems to happen a lot in life.i see myself as a caring person
although i am stubborn as my wife says, i always seem to go against the grain,
people say to me just go with the flow and why put yourself in a a position where its going to make life harder .
i feel that my principles cause me more trouble than ought.and they cost me money.

The wrongs that i encounter during my life, should i just give in and throw my principles out of the window
and just have a easier life, or carry on fighting, i get told weekly i cannot beat the system , but still i carry on
my heart seems to rule my head,

i think this also comes into play with my support that i gave to the bnp and do now, although i am not a member
and not a racist or homophobe for that matter, i will continue to support them , well why do i do it, simple
really, those bloody principles come into play. i do not like the blatant attempts by the media and the press
and the constant smear campaigns that go on, i do not agree with kicking some one when they are down
i have a lot of respect for the man not just for what he stands for but for the abbuse he and his family have
put up with through the years, i think many would have given up years ago, but no like me his principles get in the way.

do you posters get like that or is it just me.(thank god i got that off my chest)

ps if i dont have principles what sort of a person would that make me Sad



Tom, if you are talking about Nick Griffin, you need a new brain, never mind principles. The man is a shyster, most of his party thinks so, he is as, or more, corrupt than the MPs who fiddled their expenses. Now I don't like Andrew Brons, ex National Front etc, but even he has been appalled at what Nick has done, read a few of the BNP offshoots, BNP Reform, BNP Ideas etc. If you carry on believing this man, you really have put the wool over your eyes yourself.

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Re: how i feel tonight

Post by Guest on Thu Oct 20, 2011 11:27 pm

sassy1261 wrote:

Tom, if you are talking about Nick Griffin, you need a new brain, never mind principles. The man is a shyster, most of his party thinks so, he is as, or more, corrupt than the MPs who fiddled their expenses. Now I don't like Andrew Brons, ex National Front etc, but even he has been appalled at what Nick has done, read a few of the BNP offshoots, BNP Reform, BNP Ideas etc. If you carry on believing this man, you really have put the wool over your eyes yourself.

i would sooner have Andrew brons as i think he is more articulate in his speaking and nick should take a back seat.

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