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Lumpay forget about the spelling or the grammar it makes no difference I just think it's strange that the Syrians opposed to their government are called freedom fighters, but the Bahrainians opposed to theirs are called terrorists? Is it because one supports British/US interests and one doesn't? Me I think one day everything will be in Bahrain, Dubai or Qatar anyway, it's all about money.
once again someone pulls out a personal attack because there isno sensable argument so you turn the personal attacks. dyslexia has nothing to do with not knowing the words, and maybe its not that hard whne you have to see it written down all your young life on forms and that! just cos i cant spell does not have any relavence on the facts and to try and use it to argue with me is proper pathetic! why dont you grow up and look at yourself, i may suck at english but at least im not such an idiot that i need to resort to dissing people as i dont have a clue about what is going on like you.
why is it people with dyslexia can spell dyslexia but not words such as, people , their and disability? does lumpay actually have dyslexia or is he just trying to play the dyslexia card because he can't spell and doesn't know the difference between there they're and their?
Ronsenglish, Um do you know what day it is???? The whole issue came because they siad they would target the F1!!! So what about the 3 british drivers and all the british teams who have british staff??? And thats just me in england what about the italians, spanish brazilians etc. Im not saying anything about there struggle thats there beef i was explaining why it would cas tthem in a bad light like you asked. If they stuck to there own then nobody would care.
Lumpay do you know what day it is? How are they threatening anyone from England by protesting in their own country?
@Tel So my dyslexia insults you so i have to shut up. Its amazing how poeple reply to me until they have nothing good to say and then attack me for a dissability. Would you tell someone who is blind to stay in there house because they cant get around so easy. The level of petty prejedise on yahoo is amazing. You may not agree with me but there is no need to be a di
lumpay, your English, particularly your spelling is so bad I can't understand the points you're making. Sort it out please or shut up!
@David, if they are not terrorists then why are they thretaning and commiting violance, terrorisem is attacking a group of pepole for there domestic or religius views. So yes they are terrorists the ones who do not threten or carry out violance are not the onse in question as they have no impact on this issue.
Lumpay, the group as you call them are the majority of the people in the country, they are not terrorists, most of them are ordinary people protesting for democracy.
@ronsenglish, it puts them in a bad light because they are tageting inosent people that have nothing to do with there struggle. They are attacking people from outside the issue its the same as if we had a problem with our govenment and going to attack the french say. As a group they have the sympathy of the world as the underdo but see how that would change if they kiled our people. Would you support anyone who attacked your country or its people for something that has nothing to do with you? Put it this way would you sympfise with someone who killed your mum because someone not realted to you in any way attecked theres?
So people you agree with "like the US Government agreed with the IRA" aren't terrorists. But people who carry out demonstrations because they want democracy are terrorists if you do disagree with them?
You still haven't answered the question "why does it put them in rather a bad light Red Ears"?
@David the point is that sport has nothing to do with the politics and as such should run acordingly. Im not saying one side is right another wrong BUT this group are still terrorists right or wrong. The point is the same as negotiating with hostage takers, you dont do it because it opens the floodgates to others. In reality this should never have been an issue as it should never have been schedualed at all, but as it was it has to go ahead just as all other events. If you have to raise security thats fair play but dont show you can be bullied into there will.
Ronsenglish, they won't let an internationally watched event happen without drama. Media are making an easy mountain out of a molehill in Bahrain. If they wanted a real story they'd head to Syria.
Lumpay, I bet you supported the cricketers in South Africa or are you to young to remember the last time sport ignored a minority government dictating to a majority people?
I think Force India should reconsider there stance in not running! If you let events like this be pushed around and dictated to by gangs of terrorists then your on a slippery slope. By holding this event in full your showing them and the world that terrorist cant win but hideing and bending to them or showing fear encourages not just this group but all terrorist organisations around the world that we can hbe held to ransom. Force India should be ashamed and so to should anyone calling for it to be cancelled.
michael, he's still ahead of Force India. Hope FI don't get lost going back to the motel.
But why put them in rather a bad light Red Ears?
Ronenglish, this is a motorsport event.
Why's that Red Ears?
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