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Outragous racist atrocities

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On 25 Oct 2017 at 7:27pm Leif Erikson wrote:
Posted a few years ago....
Last year I had the misfortune to witness the so called Cliffe Bonfire procession, and as a practicing Viking, I took enormous offence to a number of people I saw dressed up in my national costume ! This was obviously a premeditated racist attack on not just Vikings but indiginous Scandinavian people in general, and must be stopped. Furthermore, I was horrified to witness the wearing of so many stripey jumpers in what was quite frankly only a beret and a string of onions away from an attack on our French friends. From what I understand these thinly veiled racist attacks were taking place all over the town, with people dressed as native American Indians, Mongols, Greeks, Samurai.. the list is endless.
Why, oh why, do we allow these Xenophobic 'traditions' to continue. Having recently come down from London, and therefore more intelligent than you Lewes lot, and having witnessed bonfire once, I obviously consider myself an expert on the subject and see no need for any further investigation into its origins and traditions, and would heartily recommend that these racist atrocities are stopped forthwith !
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On 25 Oct 2017 at 7:41pm Boring wrote:
Yes and it was dull the first time it was posted
Look Cliffe member, this current issue is not about you or your society. I know thatís hard to grasp but itís a fact
Crawl back to the Dorset and shave your knuckles
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On 25 Oct 2017 at 7:52pm Bob wrote:
The post-colonial white-privilege of Bonfire has convinced me that Lewes should be forced to become just like every other town in the South East of England with elevated property values:
An inoffensive carbon-copy safe-space where cultural diversity that cannot be safely controlled by the educated and affluent is kept firmly in check.
I mean local culture is one thing. But when it is locally grown and has historical origins that aren't easily explained to outsiders, it makes for awkward dinner-parties.
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On 25 Oct 2017 at 8:48pm Yawn wrote:
Boring - you are JUST that
Bob - Thankfully, old Lewesians will ensure that Lewes remains true to it's historical values of inclusiveness, diversity, acceptance and tolerance.
(I await the inevitable response from the handful of kn@bs on this forum)
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On 25 Oct 2017 at 8:53pm Leif Erikson wrote:
Sorry Boring, you couldnít have hotness it more wrong. I suggest you go back to whatever hole you crawled from, study the place between your toes where most of us have a space, and shut upz
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On 25 Oct 2017 at 8:58pm Leif Erikson wrote:
Hotness = got this , bloody spell check
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On 26 Oct 2017 at 8:38am Gus wrote:
Surely only knuckle draggers use (and then trust) spell check.
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On 26 Oct 2017 at 8:38am Thatís funny wrote:
Leif Erikson that was funny I must admit, accept you spelt Lewes correctly.
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On 26 Oct 2017 at 9:22am wasn't it ! wrote:
I accept his spelling too, yet wonder at yours. Kind regards.
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On 26 Oct 2017 at 1:15pm Leif Erikson wrote:
Iím terribly sorry tw@t, but my eyesight is not great , and I donít always notice words have been changed.
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On 26 Oct 2017 at 1:16pm Leif Erikson wrote:
Oops, should say Gus, not Tw@t, bloody spell check!


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