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Edl Tommys Best Speech Yet?

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^^^ :lol2: It's funny more than anything! I hope he was trying to attempt a bit of satire, but I doubt it.

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This aint a real EDL guy this guy is just trying to mock the EDL how they would tweet and think but in the process he's come off looking like a <banned word filter activated> inciting violence against Sikhs. Think he has since deleted his twitter profile cant seem to find it.

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firstly bhaji, this is not a speech but an interview.

For me the important part of this interview was when he reminded how british forces have been sent to places to PROTECT muslim communities such as Bosnia, Albania, and now the Muslim world is asking for assistance in Syria.

I would welcome the Uk govt telling them that there is going to be no assistance of any kind, military, financial or even medicinal. Sort it out yourselves, because then you will be accusing us of killing muslims.

The iraqi and afghan public loved the western forces when they got rid of saddam/taliban, but it soon changed when they realised that the west wanted the electoral process to dominate rather than fascism.

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Whatever your thoughts about EDL please do not take out your frustration on the Gas and Electricity giant EDF. Apparently, over the last few days, the French utility giant has been receiving hate mail from people demanding to know why they, as a public company, were out in the streets of Woolwich trying to convert people to facism. :biggrin2:

http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/woolwich-attack-twitter-users-confuse-1906011

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