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Old 05-10-2012, 12:44 AM   #1
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'Kill-or-be-killed' self-defense guru Tim Larkin banned from UK

An American self-defense expert -- who teaches people how to deal with "kill-or-be-killed" situations -- has been banned from entering Britain. Officials say Tim Larkin's presence "was not conducive to the public good."

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Old 05-10-2012, 01:11 AM   #2
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The Nanny state is in full force. They don't want citizens, they want serfs.



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What part of 'shall not be infringed' confuses people?

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They are subjects not citizens.

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Their sandbox, their rules. Our sandbox, our rules.

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sucks to live in Britain

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Bingo. Years ago i turned down an otherwise fantastic job because living in London was required. The Brits can keep their sandbox.
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Guess the fella in the pub with the chainsaw is better. Hmmmm. They have cat scat in their sandbox.

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I certainly agree - their sandbox, their rules.

But I would argue that the fundamental right to defend one's property, family and life is universal and not bound to a set of man-made laws. Deliberately refusing someone entry into your country precisely because he teaches his students that fundamental right speaks volumes about that country's leaders.

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One has to wonder how many jerk-holes, lowlifes, and scumbags

the UK allowed into the country, while at the same time

stopping Mr Larkin...



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