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Racist ex-priest Międlar tries to fly from Poland to U.K. again.



Ziemowit 8 | 2,637    
24 Jun 2017  #31

the radicalisation of the Poles in the UK

Is a revolt of Poles in England against Brexit possible then? The Poles may perhaps unite themselves with the Scots in the purpose of overthrowing the government of Theresa May and then restoring the full British membership in the EU? If a Scottish army could venture to England just as it was in the times of Charles II, this could provoke the revolt of the Poles eagerly awaiting the arrival of the new pro-EU "royalists" from Scotland. Thus a new battle of Worcester could be this time won by the Scots as I doubt that Theresa May would show the same military skills as Oliver Cromwell.


OP jon357 70 | 12,793    
24 Jun 2017  #32

I doubt that Theresa May would show the same military skills as Oliver Cromwell.

So do I.

Is a revolt of Poles in England against Brexit possible then?

Any who qualify as citizens (and plenty do) can certainly vote.

However none of that will stop the Home Office from denying entry to the outspokenly racist ex-priest Międlar, currently slinking back to Poland with his rosary between his legs.
weg04    
24 Jun 2017  #33

it's called freedom of speech.

There is no such thing, the words 'freedom of speech' are meaningless in the UK.

Foreign criminals and potential trouble makers can be denied entry to the UK( and most countries) on the whim of a border officer.
johnny reb 14 | 2,265    
24 Jun 2017  #34

When the Progressive Liberals spew their ilk it is called freedom of speech.
When someone disagrees with them they are called bigots, trouble makers, homophobes, racists.....you know, all the Progressive Liberals defensive names for anyone that disagrees with them.
OP jon357 70 | 12,793    
24 Jun 2017  #35

Foreign criminals and potential trouble makers can be denied entry to the UK( and most countries) on the whim of a border officer.

Of course. And this well-known exhibitionist who was banned before gave a press conference this time to say he was going to try again. Basically all about publicity for him at home than anything to do with the UK.
weg04    
24 Jun 2017  #36

You are talking about America, the land that worships the Dark Arts of Stupidity.
johnny reb 14 | 2,265    
24 Jun 2017  #37

You shouldn't talk so badly about a Country that saved Europe from extinction.
Not once but twice.
OP jon357 70 | 12,793    
24 Jun 2017  #38

America

Hard to know how that relates to the racist Międlar. Anyway, he's either back in Poland or still detained waiting to be put back on a flight. I'm surprised the airline carried him knowing he'd be sent straight back.

There was another deeply unsavoury character, Rybak, the one who was convicted of burning an effigy of a Jewish person, also turned away at the same time; they were travelling together with a third extremist.
Wulkan - | 3,218    
24 Jun 2017  #39

Hard to know how that relates to the racist Międlar

It doesn't relate, because "racist Międlar" doesn't exist.

I'm surprised the airline carried him knowing he'd be sent straight back.

They can't know that and if they did then he'll have to pay for the ticket again, not a business man are ya?
delphiandomine 87 | 15,756    
24 Jun 2017  #40

Anyway, he's either back in Poland or still detained waiting to be put back on a flight. I'm surprised the airline carried him knowing he'd be sent straight back.

Did he even get to the UK? Usually the UK stops them from even boarding the flight, though the idea of that little weasel spending a few hours in a detention cell awaiting deportation makes me laugh.
NoToForeigners 7 | 862    
25 Jun 2017  #41

Spot on.

youtube.com/watch?v=gerFRHjJizE
weg04    
25 Jun 2017  #42

theguardian.com/world/2017/jun/24/far-right-activists-detained-at-uk-border-before-britain-first-rally

The shitbag was detained at the UK border
Wulkan - | 3,218    
25 Jun 2017  #43

First time I read TheGuardian, feels like my IQ level already dropped.
delphiandomine 87 | 15,756    
25 Jun 2017  #44

The shitbag was detained at the UK border

Why the hell was he allowed on the plane to begin with? You have to give advance passenger data to the UK when booking, and it was obvious that the little creep would only be coming to stir up trouble.

No doubt he'll now play the martyr because he was refused entry.
Polonius3 1,019 | 12,575    
25 Jun 2017  #45

turned away at the border

One hopes they also turn away neo-Trotzkyite scum of Michnik's ilk. Międlar would have made a speech and gone home. The real threat is posed by anarcho-leftist subversives who want to undermine and dismantle Western civilisation and promote Eurabia.
Ziemowit 8 | 2,637    
25 Jun 2017  #46

dismantle Western civilisation and promote Eurabia.

Britain may have already become one big Eurabia. Have you forgotten about the Rotherham scandal?
Polonius3 1,019 | 12,575    
25 Jun 2017  #47

Rotherham scandal?

In fact I had forgotten, but good ol' Prof, Googielski clued me in.
weg04    
25 Jun 2017  #48

Yeah, because its really, really relevant to a shitbag being barred from the UK
rozumiemnic 9 | 3,366    
25 Jun 2017  #49

Have you forgotten about the Rotherham scandal?

what is that relevant to? Do you mean, there are already s'hitt'y people in the UK so a few more won't matter?
OP jon357 70 | 12,793    
25 Jun 2017  #50

Do you mean, there are already s'hitt'y people in the UK so a few more won't matter?

Possibly that's what it means.

Anyway, that's twice now that Wizzair has had to cover the cost of taking him back so hopefully they'll ban him.
OP jon357 70 | 12,793    
17 Nov 2017  #51

deeply unsavoury character, Rybak, the one who was convicted of burning an effigy of a Jewish person,

He's fortunately been sent back to prison for breaching the terms of his house arrest. Good news.

wroclawuncut.com/2017/11/16/piotr-rybak-bound-for-prison-after-breaking-house-arrest-terms/
Ironside 46 | 8,406    
30 Nov 2017  #52

There was another deeply unsavoury character, Rybak, the one who was convicted of burning an effigy of a Jewish person,

of Soros.
Sadly in Poland there is no 1st amendment.

third extremist.

Real 'turd' extremists are in the EU Commission.
peterweg 36 | 2,292    
30 Nov 2017  #53

Sadly in Poland there is no 1st amendment.

WTF is that?
Ironside 46 | 8,406    
30 Nov 2017  #54

a law securing the freedom of speech.
Wulkan - | 3,218    
30 Nov 2017  #55

1st amendment.
WTF is that?

One of the things that makes America more civilized place than Europe.
OwCr - | 11    
1 Dec 2017  #56

I would be heavily concerned over the removal of the 1st amendment from the West, than some opinionated Polak wanting to visit England.

Also, f**k George Soros! ((((( TRIGGERED INTENSIFIES )))))
gumishu 11 | 4,661    
1 Dec 2017  #57

I would be heavily concerned over the removal of the 1st amendment from the West,

Britain never had anything in the form of the 1st amendment from what I can gather, and now they for the big part got rid of freedom of speech they ever had - you can be prosecuted for calling muslims names (according to some hate speech laws), people get fired from jobs for accidently putting pork on muslim kids' plates in school cantinas and you have to provide space and time for muslim prayers in a workplace if you employ any muslims (otherwise you are racist and in trouble)
Joker - | 365    
2 Dec 2017  #58

You are talking about America, the land that worships the Dark Arts of Stupidity.

Lets not forget about Brits that still that worship and throw millions of $$ annually to an irrelevant royal family whilst poverty levels increase and Islamic take over persists.

Britain never had anything in the form of the 1st amendment

Thats because they would get flogged by their glorious King or Queen
peterweg 36 | 2,292    
2 Dec 2017  #59

Lets not forget about Brits that still that worship and throw millions of $$ annually to an irrelevant royal family whilst poverty levels increase and Islamic take over persists.

They don't cost the British taxpayer anything, they swapped their lands and assets for a stable income from the government two hundred years ago. The income from the Crown Estates exceeds the amount the government gives to the Royal family.

Thats ignoring the income they generate, probably £250million per year.

One of the things that makes America more civilized place than Europe.

Right... I've seen a Chimp's tea party and that was more civilised than the USA.




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