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And the Pap begins....

Discussion in 'New members introductions' started by Shplarf, Oct 21, 2020.

  1. Shplarf

    ShplarfNew Member New Member


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    Hi guys, i just ambled upon this site by accident and was gobsmacked to discover a politically based punk forum / social media kinda thingamajig. I don't like social media to be honest but I've found this site really interesting. Ive not a clue what I may end up blithering on about and I can only sympathise and thank any of you who may mistakingly end up reading my drivel in the vain hope that I might actually be leading on to something relevant as opposed to the
    mindless pap i'm sure you'll be inflicted with. Well, i'm only 52 but it's gone passed 10pm now so I'd better get my Horlicks on the go. Take care and if you can't be good then be careful.
    Mark
     
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  2. punkmar77

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    Welcome to APN
     
  3. Shplarf

    ShplarfNew Member New Member


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    People will chew the cud and get het up over this till the end of time. It will always be beheld in a rosier light than being tried to understand by a heart of contradiction. I tend to prefer this
    explanation :

    Derived from the Greek root anarchos meaning “without authority,” anarchism, anarchist, and anarchy are used to express both approval and disapproval. In early usage all these terms were pejorative: for example, during the English Civil War, (1642–51) the radical Levellers, who called for universal manhood Suffrage, were referred to by their opponents as “Switzerising anarchists,” and during the French Revelution, the leader of the moderate Girondin faction of Parliament, Jacques-Pierre Brissot, accused his most extreme rivals, the Enrages, of being the advocates of “anarchy”.

    It seems very much to me that its a bit like when someone is trying really hard to get you to watch a certain programme on the telly, convinced that your gonna love it, when you've
    seen it already and thought it was rubbish.
    Very much a case of each to their own.
     

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