The streets of Walthamstow were alive with singing, drumming and dancing last night as Algerian football fans celebrated their team's World Cup win against South Korea

Algerian football fans celebrate victory in Walthamstow

Algerian fans in Walthamstow (pictures by Adrian Callaghan)

Algerian fans in Walthamstow (pictures by Adrian Callaghan)

Algerian fans in Walthamstow (pictures by Adrian Callaghan)

Algerian fans in Walthamstow (pictures by Adrian Callaghan)

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The streets of Walthamstow came alive last night as members of the Algerian community celebrated their World Cup victory over South Korea.

Despite England’s worst World Cup campaign since 1958 the spirit of the tournament is still very much alive for football fans of varying nationalities across the borough.

Photographer Adrian Callaghan captured the euphoric fans as they sang and danced along Hoe Street last night after their team won 4-2 in Brazil.

For more pictures from the Walthamstow photographer whose work is currently being showcased in the Veg Hut, visit www.adriancallaghanphotography.com.

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3:27pm Mon 23 Jun 14

Villagecranberry says...

According to Cameron, they should be supporting England with British Values and integrating but then again with England so hopeless they do not help matters.
According to Cameron, they should be supporting England with British Values and integrating but then again with England so hopeless they do not help matters. Villagecranberry
  • Score: -12

9:36pm Mon 23 Jun 14

Sara999 says...

How utterly ridiculous - in response to the above comment. If this was really said by cameron i find it absurd. I am from algerian origin,but born in london, however as much as i am british, i of course have a mix and best of both worlds, i am still in touch with my north african culture as they are my roots. When algeria played against england last world cup, i supported algeria ! And thats because that is my blood, my generations, and being born and growing up in england, doesnt make me english. I think the same can be said for anyone whose background is elsewhere. It does not in any way imply we have not integrated. I am ecstatic about our victory with korea and being the first african nation to score 4 goals in a single world cup game, proud of my country. Of course i want england to do well, and after being a supporter of algeria primarily, i am definately still a supporter of england. But that comment is just plain dumb !
How utterly ridiculous - in response to the above comment. If this was really said by cameron i find it absurd. I am from algerian origin,but born in london, however as much as i am british, i of course have a mix and best of both worlds, i am still in touch with my north african culture as they are my roots. When algeria played against england last world cup, i supported algeria ! And thats because that is my blood, my generations, and being born and growing up in england, doesnt make me english. I think the same can be said for anyone whose background is elsewhere. It does not in any way imply we have not integrated. I am ecstatic about our victory with korea and being the first african nation to score 4 goals in a single world cup game, proud of my country. Of course i want england to do well, and after being a supporter of algeria primarily, i am definately still a supporter of england. But that comment is just plain dumb ! Sara999
  • Score: 6

9:54pm Mon 23 Jun 14

Villagecranberry says...

Sara999 wrote:
How utterly ridiculous - in response to the above comment. If this was really said by cameron i find it absurd. I am from algerian origin,but born in london, however as much as i am british, i of course have a mix and best of both worlds, i am still in touch with my north african culture as they are my roots. When algeria played against england last world cup, i supported algeria ! And thats because that is my blood, my generations, and being born and growing up in england, doesnt make me english. I think the same can be said for anyone whose background is elsewhere. It does not in any way imply we have not integrated. I am ecstatic about our victory with korea and being the first african nation to score 4 goals in a single world cup game, proud of my country. Of course i want england to do well, and after being a supporter of algeria primarily, i am definately still a supporter of england. But that comment is just plain dumb !
You are either British or Algerian.

Where do you draw the line when it comes to world events?

Seems like you are picking the best cherries.

British values, you are typical as to what is wrong with multiculturalism. When the muck hits the fan true colours are shown.
[quote][p][bold]Sara999[/bold] wrote: How utterly ridiculous - in response to the above comment. If this was really said by cameron i find it absurd. I am from algerian origin,but born in london, however as much as i am british, i of course have a mix and best of both worlds, i am still in touch with my north african culture as they are my roots. When algeria played against england last world cup, i supported algeria ! And thats because that is my blood, my generations, and being born and growing up in england, doesnt make me english. I think the same can be said for anyone whose background is elsewhere. It does not in any way imply we have not integrated. I am ecstatic about our victory with korea and being the first african nation to score 4 goals in a single world cup game, proud of my country. Of course i want england to do well, and after being a supporter of algeria primarily, i am definately still a supporter of england. But that comment is just plain dumb ![/p][/quote]You are either British or Algerian. Where do you draw the line when it comes to world events? Seems like you are picking the best cherries. British values, you are typical as to what is wrong with multiculturalism. When the muck hits the fan true colours are shown. Villagecranberry
  • Score: -8

6:02am Tue 24 Jun 14

faro0485 says...

Village cranberry your treason is already known when the muck comes against you, you said you did not care for UKIP. But when you want to defend Cameron's inquisition you do that against those who come from a land where Queen Elizabeth I had many of English sailors settle and marry there.
No rigjteous peraon wants to force ribs to be straight like Elizabeth's enemies the inquisitors, who were totalitarian tyrants.
We will rather have England's round table. And not force others to bend over snapping division in the UK.
Village cranberry your treason is already known when the muck comes against you, you said you did not care for UKIP. But when you want to defend Cameron's inquisition you do that against those who come from a land where Queen Elizabeth I had many of English sailors settle and marry there. No rigjteous peraon wants to force ribs to be straight like Elizabeth's enemies the inquisitors, who were totalitarian tyrants. We will rather have England's round table. And not force others to bend over snapping division in the UK. faro0485
  • Score: 1

8:46am Tue 24 Jun 14

Villagecranberry says...

faro0485 wrote:
Village cranberry your treason is already known when the muck comes against you, you said you did not care for UKIP. But when you want to defend Cameron's inquisition you do that against those who come from a land where Queen Elizabeth I had many of English sailors settle and marry there.
No rigjteous peraon wants to force ribs to be straight like Elizabeth's enemies the inquisitors, who were totalitarian tyrants.
We will rather have England's round table. And not force others to bend over snapping division in the UK.
I have read your input three times now and cannot understand it still except that you accuse me of treason which I am am finding very amusing whilst sitting having coffee in an Algerian Cafe in Hoe Street which is decorated with English football flags and banners. Hahaha!
[quote][p][bold]faro0485[/bold] wrote: Village cranberry your treason is already known when the muck comes against you, you said you did not care for UKIP. But when you want to defend Cameron's inquisition you do that against those who come from a land where Queen Elizabeth I had many of English sailors settle and marry there. No rigjteous peraon wants to force ribs to be straight like Elizabeth's enemies the inquisitors, who were totalitarian tyrants. We will rather have England's round table. And not force others to bend over snapping division in the UK.[/p][/quote]I have read your input three times now and cannot understand it still except that you accuse me of treason which I am am finding very amusing whilst sitting having coffee in an Algerian Cafe in Hoe Street which is decorated with English football flags and banners. Hahaha! Villagecranberry
  • Score: -14

11:58am Tue 24 Jun 14

stickmanny says...

The British and the Algerians are both human.

Anyone who doesn't like multiculturalism can go and live in Norfolk. Or better still get an education.
The British and the Algerians are both human. Anyone who doesn't like multiculturalism can go and live in Norfolk. Or better still get an education. stickmanny
  • Score: 12

1:30pm Tue 24 Jun 14

Villagecranberry says...

faro0485 wrote:
Village cranberry your treason is already known when the muck comes against you, you said you did not care for UKIP. But when you want to defend Cameron's inquisition you do that against those who come from a land where Queen Elizabeth I had many of English sailors settle and marry there.
No rigjteous peraon wants to force ribs to be straight like Elizabeth's enemies the inquisitors, who were totalitarian tyrants.
We will rather have England's round table. And not force others to bend over snapping division in the UK.
I would have gone to a traditional British Greasy Spoon to be a tad more patriotic but there are none left in Walthamstow. The cafés around here do not even sell bacon.
[quote][p][bold]faro0485[/bold] wrote: Village cranberry your treason is already known when the muck comes against you, you said you did not care for UKIP. But when you want to defend Cameron's inquisition you do that against those who come from a land where Queen Elizabeth I had many of English sailors settle and marry there. No rigjteous peraon wants to force ribs to be straight like Elizabeth's enemies the inquisitors, who were totalitarian tyrants. We will rather have England's round table. And not force others to bend over snapping division in the UK.[/p][/quote]I would have gone to a traditional British Greasy Spoon to be a tad more patriotic but there are none left in Walthamstow. The cafés around here do not even sell bacon. Villagecranberry
  • Score: -7

3:11pm Tue 24 Jun 14

Alan_1976 says...

Villagecranberry wrote:
faro0485 wrote:
Village cranberry your treason is already known when the muck comes against you, you said you did not care for UKIP. But when you want to defend Cameron's inquisition you do that against those who come from a land where Queen Elizabeth I had many of English sailors settle and marry there.
No rigjteous peraon wants to force ribs to be straight like Elizabeth's enemies the inquisitors, who were totalitarian tyrants.
We will rather have England's round table. And not force others to bend over snapping division in the UK.
I would have gone to a traditional British Greasy Spoon to be a tad more patriotic but there are none left in Walthamstow. The cafés around here do not even sell bacon.
Are you sure you live in Walthamstow?

https://www.google.c
om/maps/place/Tommy'
s+Tuc+Inn+Cafe/@51.5
90593,-0.021741,17z/
data=!3m1!4b1!4m2!3m
1!1s0x0:0xf783312664
db2e23

Pure nonsense as always...
[quote][p][bold]Villagecranberry[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]faro0485[/bold] wrote: Village cranberry your treason is already known when the muck comes against you, you said you did not care for UKIP. But when you want to defend Cameron's inquisition you do that against those who come from a land where Queen Elizabeth I had many of English sailors settle and marry there. No rigjteous peraon wants to force ribs to be straight like Elizabeth's enemies the inquisitors, who were totalitarian tyrants. We will rather have England's round table. And not force others to bend over snapping division in the UK.[/p][/quote]I would have gone to a traditional British Greasy Spoon to be a tad more patriotic but there are none left in Walthamstow. The cafés around here do not even sell bacon.[/p][/quote]Are you sure you live in Walthamstow? https://www.google.c om/maps/place/Tommy' s+Tuc+Inn+Cafe/@51.5 90593,-0.021741,17z/ data=!3m1!4b1!4m2!3m 1!1s0x0:0xf783312664 db2e23 Pure nonsense as always... Alan_1976
  • Score: 11

1:31am Wed 25 Jun 14

mdj says...

' being born and growing up in england, doesnt make me english. '

This phrase might be described as an unfortunate hostage to fortune; aren't British people vilified as racist for saying such things?
' being born and growing up in england, doesnt make me english. ' This phrase might be described as an unfortunate hostage to fortune; aren't British people vilified as racist for saying such things? mdj
  • Score: 2

3:41pm Wed 25 Jun 14

Alan_1976 says...

mdj wrote:
' being born and growing up in england, doesnt make me english. '

This phrase might be described as an unfortunate hostage to fortune; aren't British people vilified as racist for saying such things?
Only by people who don't understand the meaning of the word racist I would assume.
[quote][p][bold]mdj[/bold] wrote: ' being born and growing up in england, doesnt make me english. ' This phrase might be described as an unfortunate hostage to fortune; aren't British people vilified as racist for saying such things?[/p][/quote]Only by people who don't understand the meaning of the word racist I would assume. Alan_1976
  • Score: 6

5:08pm Wed 25 Jun 14

Villagecranberry says...

Alan_1976 wrote:
mdj wrote:
' being born and growing up in england, doesnt make me english. '

This phrase might be described as an unfortunate hostage to fortune; aren't British people vilified as racist for saying such things?
Only by people who don't understand the meaning of the word racist I would assume.
You accuse people of being racist as a cheap shot to undermine genuine concerns of people in this country who feel treated by the recent mass invasion.
[quote][p][bold]Alan_1976[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mdj[/bold] wrote: ' being born and growing up in england, doesnt make me english. ' This phrase might be described as an unfortunate hostage to fortune; aren't British people vilified as racist for saying such things?[/p][/quote]Only by people who don't understand the meaning of the word racist I would assume.[/p][/quote]You accuse people of being racist as a cheap shot to undermine genuine concerns of people in this country who feel treated by the recent mass invasion. Villagecranberry
  • Score: -5

6:44pm Wed 25 Jun 14

Alan_1976 says...

Villagecranberry wrote:
Alan_1976 wrote:
mdj wrote:
' being born and growing up in england, doesnt make me english. '

This phrase might be described as an unfortunate hostage to fortune; aren't British people vilified as racist for saying such things?
Only by people who don't understand the meaning of the word racist I would assume.
You accuse people of being racist as a cheap shot to undermine genuine concerns of people in this country who feel treated by the recent mass invasion.
You seem to have issues following a basic conversational thread. The one thing I didn't do in my comment is call someone a racist. It's only one sentence Village. Surely even you can keep up with that?

I call someone a racist when they are being racist. You know expressing views about the superiority of one over another based on their race.
[quote][p][bold]Villagecranberry[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Alan_1976[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mdj[/bold] wrote: ' being born and growing up in england, doesnt make me english. ' This phrase might be described as an unfortunate hostage to fortune; aren't British people vilified as racist for saying such things?[/p][/quote]Only by people who don't understand the meaning of the word racist I would assume.[/p][/quote]You accuse people of being racist as a cheap shot to undermine genuine concerns of people in this country who feel treated by the recent mass invasion.[/p][/quote]You seem to have issues following a basic conversational thread. The one thing I didn't do in my comment is call someone a racist. It's only one sentence Village. Surely even you can keep up with that? I call someone a racist when they are being racist. You know expressing views about the superiority of one over another based on their race. Alan_1976
  • Score: 8

8:33pm Wed 25 Jun 14

Villagecranberry says...

Alan_1976 wrote:
Villagecranberry wrote:
Alan_1976 wrote:
mdj wrote:
' being born and growing up in england, doesnt make me english. '

This phrase might be described as an unfortunate hostage to fortune; aren't British people vilified as racist for saying such things?
Only by people who don't understand the meaning of the word racist I would assume.
You accuse people of being racist as a cheap shot to undermine genuine concerns of people in this country who feel treated by the recent mass invasion.
You seem to have issues following a basic conversational thread. The one thing I didn't do in my comment is call someone a racist. It's only one sentence Village. Surely even you can keep up with that?

I call someone a racist when they are being racist. You know expressing views about the superiority of one over another based on their race.
You are a tool. Work it out.

And a cheap shot at that. One dimensional.
[quote][p][bold]Alan_1976[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Villagecranberry[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Alan_1976[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mdj[/bold] wrote: ' being born and growing up in england, doesnt make me english. ' This phrase might be described as an unfortunate hostage to fortune; aren't British people vilified as racist for saying such things?[/p][/quote]Only by people who don't understand the meaning of the word racist I would assume.[/p][/quote]You accuse people of being racist as a cheap shot to undermine genuine concerns of people in this country who feel treated by the recent mass invasion.[/p][/quote]You seem to have issues following a basic conversational thread. The one thing I didn't do in my comment is call someone a racist. It's only one sentence Village. Surely even you can keep up with that? I call someone a racist when they are being racist. You know expressing views about the superiority of one over another based on their race.[/p][/quote]You are a tool. Work it out. And a cheap shot at that. One dimensional. Villagecranberry
  • Score: -11

9:03pm Wed 25 Jun 14

Alan_1976 says...

Villagecranberry wrote:
Alan_1976 wrote:
Villagecranberry wrote:
Alan_1976 wrote:
mdj wrote:
' being born and growing up in england, doesnt make me english. '

This phrase might be described as an unfortunate hostage to fortune; aren't British people vilified as racist for saying such things?
Only by people who don't understand the meaning of the word racist I would assume.
You accuse people of being racist as a cheap shot to undermine genuine concerns of people in this country who feel treated by the recent mass invasion.
You seem to have issues following a basic conversational thread. The one thing I didn't do in my comment is call someone a racist. It's only one sentence Village. Surely even you can keep up with that?

I call someone a racist when they are being racist. You know expressing views about the superiority of one over another based on their race.
You are a tool. Work it out.

And a cheap shot at that. One dimensional.
You seem very annoyed about something. Are you sure you're on the right thread? You seem to be just shouting random phrases now. There are many treatments available now for what appears to be ailing you. I heard that someone with Tourette's even managed to win Big Brother a while back so there is hope for you.
[quote][p][bold]Villagecranberry[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Alan_1976[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Villagecranberry[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Alan_1976[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mdj[/bold] wrote: ' being born and growing up in england, doesnt make me english. ' This phrase might be described as an unfortunate hostage to fortune; aren't British people vilified as racist for saying such things?[/p][/quote]Only by people who don't understand the meaning of the word racist I would assume.[/p][/quote]You accuse people of being racist as a cheap shot to undermine genuine concerns of people in this country who feel treated by the recent mass invasion.[/p][/quote]You seem to have issues following a basic conversational thread. The one thing I didn't do in my comment is call someone a racist. It's only one sentence Village. Surely even you can keep up with that? I call someone a racist when they are being racist. You know expressing views about the superiority of one over another based on their race.[/p][/quote]You are a tool. Work it out. And a cheap shot at that. One dimensional.[/p][/quote]You seem very annoyed about something. Are you sure you're on the right thread? You seem to be just shouting random phrases now. There are many treatments available now for what appears to be ailing you. I heard that someone with Tourette's even managed to win Big Brother a while back so there is hope for you. Alan_1976
  • Score: 14

12:48pm Thu 26 Jun 14

VillageIdiot69 says...

mdj wrote:
' being born and growing up in england, doesnt make me english. '

This phrase might be described as an unfortunate hostage to fortune; aren't British people vilified as racist for saying such things?
You see, I'm the other way round from Sara.

My parents are both Irish and moved over here in the 60's. I was born and raised in London. As much as I respect and admire my Irish heritage, I class myself as English as that is the country I was born in, educated me and provided me with the opportunities to work,etc.

I visit Ireland several times a year to see my relatives, attend weddings etc and I have explained this to my relatives on numerous occasions. Not one of them has a problem with my choice to be classed as English as they appreciate my argument.
[quote][p][bold]mdj[/bold] wrote: ' being born and growing up in england, doesnt make me english. ' This phrase might be described as an unfortunate hostage to fortune; aren't British people vilified as racist for saying such things?[/p][/quote]You see, I'm the other way round from Sara. My parents are both Irish and moved over here in the 60's. I was born and raised in London. As much as I respect and admire my Irish heritage, I class myself as English as that is the country I was born in, educated me and provided me with the opportunities to work,etc. I visit Ireland several times a year to see my relatives, attend weddings etc and I have explained this to my relatives on numerous occasions. Not one of them has a problem with my choice to be classed as English as they appreciate my argument. VillageIdiot69
  • Score: 10

8:03pm Thu 26 Jun 14

Toomanypeople says...

stickmanny wrote:
The British and the Algerians are both human. Anyone who doesn't like multiculturalism can go and live in Norfolk. Or better still get an education.
I do not like multi multi. Look at Western European Cities. All gone in 10 years.
[quote][p][bold]stickmanny[/bold] wrote: The British and the Algerians are both human. Anyone who doesn't like multiculturalism can go and live in Norfolk. Or better still get an education.[/p][/quote]I do not like multi multi. Look at Western European Cities. All gone in 10 years. Toomanypeople
  • Score: -5

8:51pm Thu 26 Jun 14

Toomanypeople says...

Housing crisis, school placement crisis. How about an immigration crisis ? Look on a map to see how big England is to other European countries. "There" game plan is working.
Housing crisis, school placement crisis. How about an immigration crisis ? Look on a map to see how big England is to other European countries. "There" game plan is working. Toomanypeople
  • Score: -3

9:21am Fri 27 Jun 14

Villagecranberry says...

Alan_1976 wrote:
Villagecranberry wrote:
Alan_1976 wrote:
Villagecranberry wrote:
Alan_1976 wrote:
mdj wrote:
' being born and growing up in england, doesnt make me english. '

This phrase might be described as an unfortunate hostage to fortune; aren't British people vilified as racist for saying such things?
Only by people who don't understand the meaning of the word racist I would assume.
You accuse people of being racist as a cheap shot to undermine genuine concerns of people in this country who feel treated by the recent mass invasion.
You seem to have issues following a basic conversational thread. The one thing I didn't do in my comment is call someone a racist. It's only one sentence Village. Surely even you can keep up with that?

I call someone a racist when they are being racist. You know expressing views about the superiority of one over another based on their race.
You are a tool. Work it out.

And a cheap shot at that. One dimensional.
You seem very annoyed about something. Are you sure you're on the right thread? You seem to be just shouting random phrases now. There are many treatments available now for what appears to be ailing you. I heard that someone with Tourette's even managed to win Big Brother a while back so there is hope for you.
I do not have Tourette's but don't patronise and insult such sufferers, to give weight to your lame arguments.

If you think I am racist, I have suggested before, go down the police station, if you can find one open and make a report instead of blowing hot air trying to point score.

There is an immigration crisis in this country that many people are concerned about and are entitled to discuss without being accused of racism by people like you who may very well welcome mass immigration, that is your view, but many people including me have different opinions on the issue.
[quote][p][bold]Alan_1976[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Villagecranberry[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Alan_1976[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Villagecranberry[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Alan_1976[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mdj[/bold] wrote: ' being born and growing up in england, doesnt make me english. ' This phrase might be described as an unfortunate hostage to fortune; aren't British people vilified as racist for saying such things?[/p][/quote]Only by people who don't understand the meaning of the word racist I would assume.[/p][/quote]You accuse people of being racist as a cheap shot to undermine genuine concerns of people in this country who feel treated by the recent mass invasion.[/p][/quote]You seem to have issues following a basic conversational thread. The one thing I didn't do in my comment is call someone a racist. It's only one sentence Village. Surely even you can keep up with that? I call someone a racist when they are being racist. You know expressing views about the superiority of one over another based on their race.[/p][/quote]You are a tool. Work it out. And a cheap shot at that. One dimensional.[/p][/quote]You seem very annoyed about something. Are you sure you're on the right thread? You seem to be just shouting random phrases now. There are many treatments available now for what appears to be ailing you. I heard that someone with Tourette's even managed to win Big Brother a while back so there is hope for you.[/p][/quote]I do not have Tourette's but don't patronise and insult such sufferers, to give weight to your lame arguments. If you think I am racist, I have suggested before, go down the police station, if you can find one open and make a report instead of blowing hot air trying to point score. There is an immigration crisis in this country that many people are concerned about and are entitled to discuss without being accused of racism by people like you who may very well welcome mass immigration, that is your view, but many people including me have different opinions on the issue. Villagecranberry
  • Score: 0

9:34am Fri 27 Jun 14

Alan_1976 says...

Villagecranberry wrote:
Alan_1976 wrote:
Villagecranberry wrote:
Alan_1976 wrote:
Villagecranberry wrote:
Alan_1976 wrote:
mdj wrote:
' being born and growing up in england, doesnt make me english. '

This phrase might be described as an unfortunate hostage to fortune; aren't British people vilified as racist for saying such things?
Only by people who don't understand the meaning of the word racist I would assume.
You accuse people of being racist as a cheap shot to undermine genuine concerns of people in this country who feel treated by the recent mass invasion.
You seem to have issues following a basic conversational thread. The one thing I didn't do in my comment is call someone a racist. It's only one sentence Village. Surely even you can keep up with that?

I call someone a racist when they are being racist. You know expressing views about the superiority of one over another based on their race.
You are a tool. Work it out.

And a cheap shot at that. One dimensional.
You seem very annoyed about something. Are you sure you're on the right thread? You seem to be just shouting random phrases now. There are many treatments available now for what appears to be ailing you. I heard that someone with Tourette's even managed to win Big Brother a while back so there is hope for you.
I do not have Tourette's but don't patronise and insult such sufferers, to give weight to your lame arguments.

If you think I am racist, I have suggested before, go down the police station, if you can find one open and make a report instead of blowing hot air trying to point score.

There is an immigration crisis in this country that many people are concerned about and are entitled to discuss without being accused of racism by people like you who may very well welcome mass immigration, that is your view, but many people including me have different opinions on the issue.
You keep talking about something that I haven't said on this thread.

Pure gibberish...
[quote][p][bold]Villagecranberry[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Alan_1976[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Villagecranberry[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Alan_1976[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Villagecranberry[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Alan_1976[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mdj[/bold] wrote: ' being born and growing up in england, doesnt make me english. ' This phrase might be described as an unfortunate hostage to fortune; aren't British people vilified as racist for saying such things?[/p][/quote]Only by people who don't understand the meaning of the word racist I would assume.[/p][/quote]You accuse people of being racist as a cheap shot to undermine genuine concerns of people in this country who feel treated by the recent mass invasion.[/p][/quote]You seem to have issues following a basic conversational thread. The one thing I didn't do in my comment is call someone a racist. It's only one sentence Village. Surely even you can keep up with that? I call someone a racist when they are being racist. You know expressing views about the superiority of one over another based on their race.[/p][/quote]You are a tool. Work it out. And a cheap shot at that. One dimensional.[/p][/quote]You seem very annoyed about something. Are you sure you're on the right thread? You seem to be just shouting random phrases now. There are many treatments available now for what appears to be ailing you. I heard that someone with Tourette's even managed to win Big Brother a while back so there is hope for you.[/p][/quote]I do not have Tourette's but don't patronise and insult such sufferers, to give weight to your lame arguments. If you think I am racist, I have suggested before, go down the police station, if you can find one open and make a report instead of blowing hot air trying to point score. There is an immigration crisis in this country that many people are concerned about and are entitled to discuss without being accused of racism by people like you who may very well welcome mass immigration, that is your view, but many people including me have different opinions on the issue.[/p][/quote]You keep talking about something that I haven't said on this thread. Pure gibberish... Alan_1976
  • Score: 7

5:16pm Fri 27 Jun 14

stickmanny says...

Toomanypeople wrote:
stickmanny wrote:
The British and the Algerians are both human. Anyone who doesn't like multiculturalism can go and live in Norfolk. Or better still get an education.
I do not like multi multi. Look at Western European Cities. All gone in 10 years.
"I do not like multi multi. Look at Western European Cities. All gone in 10 years."

Then feel free to take my advice
[quote][p][bold]Toomanypeople[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]stickmanny[/bold] wrote: The British and the Algerians are both human. Anyone who doesn't like multiculturalism can go and live in Norfolk. Or better still get an education.[/p][/quote]I do not like multi multi. Look at Western European Cities. All gone in 10 years.[/p][/quote]"I do not like multi multi. Look at Western European Cities. All gone in 10 years." Then feel free to take my advice stickmanny
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11:29pm Fri 27 Jun 14

fed up man says...

Village cranberry and the other guy can argue till the cows come home, it doesnt change the fact that the engalnd team are rubbish!!!!

Good luck algeria and all the other teams who played well!!
Village cranberry and the other guy can argue till the cows come home, it doesnt change the fact that the engalnd team are rubbish!!!! Good luck algeria and all the other teams who played well!! fed up man
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12:27am Mon 30 Jun 14

faro0485 says...

Villagecranberry wrote:
faro0485 wrote:
Village cranberry your treason is already known when the muck comes against you, you said you did not care for UKIP. But when you want to defend Cameron's inquisition you do that against those who come from a land where Queen Elizabeth I had many of English sailors settle and marry there.
No rigjteous peraon wants to force ribs to be straight like Elizabeth's enemies the inquisitors, who were totalitarian tyrants.
We will rather have England's round table. And not force others to bend over snapping division in the UK.
I have read your input three times now and cannot understand it still except that you accuse me of treason which I am am finding very amusing whilst sitting having coffee in an Algerian Cafe in Hoe Street which is decorated with English football flags and banners. Hahaha!
The one person who comprehended either did it because the did not like you or they comprehended what I said. Perhaps you should ask them for answers since my time is limited.

Ummer Farooq
[quote][p][bold]Villagecranberry[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]faro0485[/bold] wrote: Village cranberry your treason is already known when the muck comes against you, you said you did not care for UKIP. But when you want to defend Cameron's inquisition you do that against those who come from a land where Queen Elizabeth I had many of English sailors settle and marry there. No rigjteous peraon wants to force ribs to be straight like Elizabeth's enemies the inquisitors, who were totalitarian tyrants. We will rather have England's round table. And not force others to bend over snapping division in the UK.[/p][/quote]I have read your input three times now and cannot understand it still except that you accuse me of treason which I am am finding very amusing whilst sitting having coffee in an Algerian Cafe in Hoe Street which is decorated with English football flags and banners. Hahaha![/p][/quote]The one person who comprehended either did it because the did not like you or they comprehended what I said. Perhaps you should ask them for answers since my time is limited. Ummer Farooq faro0485
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