Monday, 25 July 2011

Are you an extreme right-wing threat?

Wondering whether you should turn yourself into the police as an extreme right-wing fanatic? Here are five questions that can help you decide:-


1. I mostly read
(a) The Daily Mail
(b) Mein Kampf
(c) I can't read 


2. I think Moslem immigrants should be
(a) Assimilated fully into British society
(b) Sent back to where they came from
(c) Fighting us on the streets


3. East European migrant workers are
(a) Cheap and reliable labour
(b) An EU plot to destroy Britain
(c) Taking our women


4. Christianity is
(a) The bedrock of European civilisation
(b) A delusion about the sky-fairy
(c) Poofs, innit?


5. The ballot-box or the H&K?
(a) The ballot-box
(b) The Heckler & Koch
(c) KFC Bucket Box, please


Results
Mostly 'a's - You're an absolutely normal middle-Englander and have seriously thought about buying string-back driving gloves from the Daily Express readers' offers. The backbone of the nation. 
Mostly 'b's - You're a disturbed individual living a fantasy life, a 'Walt', who has failed to achieve any success in life at all and should immediately consider surrendering yourself to the police
Mostly 'c's - As a probable member of the BNP you present a minimum threat to national security. You have the flag of St George hanging from your bedroom window and subscribe to satellite TV for the football. You shout in the pub. 

25 comments:

Gallovidian said...

Straight from the pages of the Guardian.

Quiet_Man said...

Oh hell, mostly b's.

Then again considering the people I generally mix with I'm positively well adjusted :D

Harvey said...

Maybe the deaths of nearly a hundred people is not the best background for infantile humour.

Bill Sticker said...

Harvey, it's not the murders, but the bland assertion that everyone who might agree with a couple of the assassins beliefs should be automatically as guilty as he. That is fair game.

Mnaganese said...

Paradoxically, when "C" isn't voting BNP, he is voting Labour.

Greg Tingey said...

M<ostly "a" - BUT.
I wouldn't go near the "Daily Nazi" oops mail ...
I drive a Land-Rover, and ...
Mslem immigrants should be weaned off this religion stupidity - as should everyone else.

After all, fundamentalist extremist lunacy, especially if "religious" will bring forth more of the same on the "other side".

Which is one reason I'm an atheist .....
Brevik was/is as sane or as mad as the 7/7 bombers, and for the same reasons.

Manganese said...

With the Left-Wing controlling the Guardian and Mirror - that's the middle and working classes catered for - and the BBC mopping up anyone that they missed, we need a strong counter-balance.

The Mail does a fine job in redressing the balance. It's success at this task can be measured by the howls of protest it wrings from the Left.

Raedwald said...

Harvey - Bill's quite right. Listening to the poisonous BBC this morning, and as one who strongly argues against the apartheid of multiculturalism, a Christian , and one who sees Islamism as fundamentally incompatible with a liberal Western society, I suddenly find I'm no longer centre-right but a right wing extremist. Which of course I'm not. It's laughable.

BrianSJ said...

Do you have a link for that driving glove offer?

James Higham said...

What about someone who's become disillusioned with Radio 4, reads the Telegraph first, the Mail second and the Daily Mash third?

And who blogs?

Robert Edwards said...

^^^

That would be me, then...

welshguru said...

I might be classed as a 'frustrated nationalist'. Should I hand myself in?

Anonymous said...

Anybody who even looks at [this site], still less - who has it in the bookmarks, will be watched.

Paranoid of the Shires.

Span Ows said...

I suddenly find I'm no longer centre-right but a right wing extremist. Which of course I'm not. It's laughable.

Ditto, even more laughable when on the Political Compass (OK, OK!) I have always ended up -just - in the bottom LEFT-hand corner.

Liberista said...

if you get mostly B, no need to surrender yourself to the police. they are probably already investigating on you, reading your mail and listening to your phone calls, soon a SWAT team in full paramilitary gear will smash your door, arrest you, confiscate all your computers, deliver you to a court that will convict you for hate crimes on the basis of some thing you might have written on a forum or blog or said during a private conversation on the phone.

Gallovidian said...

Sadly true. And this is all grist to their mill.

Caedmon's Cat said...

I am a Christian who has a settled contempt and distrust of all politicians (of whatever party) and of the mainstream media, who are mere handmaidens of a corrupt, self-serving and controlling establishment. I believe that the state is the greatest enemy of individual liberty; that would class me as a socially conservative anarchist. I'm awaiting that rap on the door...

Dave_G said...

I recall similar multiple-choice tests prior to the last election to 'help' you chose the correct party to vote for.

Practically everyone I know 'should have' voted BNP based on the results they obtained.

What went wrong?

Harvey said...

@Bill Sticker and Raedwald. Yes, I see your point and should have seen it myself in the original post. I suppose that I have seen so much posturing over this tragedy that I momentarily blinded myself with a little self-righteousness. Apologies.

Anonymous said...

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Anonymous said...

Throughout history - assasins have poften started thing rolling.
Nut case or not.

Greg Tingey said...

Readwald @ 8.15
WRONG
Christianity, just like islam is comppletely incompatible with a liberal Western society.

I suggest that you actually don't know your bible, or the history of intolerance and blood that christianty has. Just like islam, in fact.
One is Bronze-Age goatherders' myths, and the other is Dark-Ages camelherders' myths.

Alternatively, come and argue with the church just on our street corner, whose inhabitants, and especially their preachers, are hated by every local resident, whatever those residents' religous or cultural backgrounds.

P.S. What is this "posonous BBC" of which you speak?
I find radios 3 & 4 perfectly OK, thank you very much.

Oh, "Daily Mail" yes, well TRY HERE - a much fairer view....

Span Ows said...

Greg, the Daily Mail is a choice, the BBC isn't. The Mail doesn't claim nonpartisanship, the BBC does. The DM is apid for by it's owners and those taht want to buy the newspaper, BBC is paid for by a tax on everyone with a TV. 70% of people get their news from TV, BBC is BY FAR the biggest TV network and the only network for some areas. The BBC and DM cannot be compared in the way you attempt.

Greg Tingey said...

What's a "TV" ??

You seem to be making the same wrong assumptions as the TV-licence-fascists - that everyone has one, or even wants one ....

Tony Harrison said...

Mention of a Heckler & Koch really caught my eye - gimme one of those and I couldn't care less if I'm categorised as a right-wing extremist...
The Daily Mail? You're kidding! It's unreadable, as is The Guardian of course, but for very different reasons. I looked at The Mail on Sunday recently, for the first time, and was staggered that so much newsprint could be devoted to minor "celebrities" and suchlike trivia.