You won't see me coming....
Paint-splattered police officers look on as protesters attack Topshop on Oxford Street during the anti-cuts march in London.
"Lightbulbs filled with ammonia thrown at officers by protesters."From the same Guardian report. Telegraph has simialr tales. BBC yet to notice.It is simply a disgrace taht Labour and the media are allowed to pretend the cuts are the cause and not the medicine.
Through all of this I am yet to see any of the shotgun toting 10 year olds that the BBC were so worried about.
from BBC news:'There were some scuffles in the West End, where a small breakaway group of masked protesters threw paint and missiles at shops and banks in Oxford Street.Windows at Topshop and HSBC were smashed, while paint and glass bottles were thrown at a Royal Bank of Scotland branch'.Just a few people then, nothing to worry about?'A very small group of protesters, maybe three to four hundred people, stopped outside Topshop'.
Far be it from me to suggest anything staged here."Aaaand give me bundles of dignity; great, great, super. One more dah-ling. Now profile that beautiful pout. A little more peach flavoured yoghurt on the helmet, Quintin.”
I see that Melvin has emerged from his lair under 'Troll Bridge' again.
The sight of Millipede Minor cheerfully ignoring the inconvenient little fact that he was at the heart of the government responsible for the mess we are in, thereby making cutbacks a necessity, was an emetic.Some very short memories or huge hypocrisy in that crowd.Yes, cut more and cut harder.
Fleas Protest Against Scratching By DogAngry scenes occurred on the back today when the dog evicted several fleas in an entirely unprovoked attack. Said one flea, "I was just quietly sucking the dog's lifeblood, when he unleashed this giant claw thing and I had to jump for my life."Where am I supposed to get fresh, red blood from if not the dog? I have a thousand eggs to support. The dog is acting like he owns his blood."And said protest leader Bob Flea, "It's time the dog realised how lucky he is to have all that blood. It's time he gave back something to society."
I'd like to see the Government cut its own throat.
News reports quote the police saying that 150 'troublemakers' responsoble for the violent disorder, damage, assaults etc - looks a lot more but then tehre are 50 photographers/film crews to each scumbag. I want the government to cut it's throat too, but I'd like the Old Bill to get in there hard and surgically remove these scumbags, the courts to convict them and then bang them up for 10 years each.
Most of the protestors are lower middle class women in low grade istate sector office jobs trying to protect their mollycoddled workstyle of generous salaries, easy sickies, plentiful holidays and unfunded pensions. I hope plod gives them a good kettling.
I fully expect the bloated TUC leadership to cheerfully pay for the damage caused to property and to express the fullest regret for the attacks on police officers (not).Once again they prove that they are a Marxist collection of Gobs, Yobs and Slobs.At least the dinosaurs had the grace to die out when their time came.
@ Banned,I hope plod gives them a good kettling. Kettling? I'd use water cannons, and some of that mob certainly could do with a good wash.
Water cannon? Loaded with 'Smart-water'(TM)
Anonymous said ..."I see that Melvin has emerged from his lair under 'Troll Bridge' again" ...Pavlov would have been proud of whoever trained Melvin ..One mention of the "P" word & out he trots, regular as clockwork, obediently slavering ..
Mjolinir said ..."Water cannon? Loaded with 'Smart-water'(TM)" ..And a healthy dose of concentrated Jeyes Fluid ..
As a member of the civil service, can I just say Julia, spot on. Cut harder, cut deeper, cut faster. Though I would also suggest cut wiser. Cuts to the armed forces which leave us with an aircraft carrier with no aircraft, while serviceable planes are mothballed do not look sensible. Neither does protecting a budget as massive as the NHS from scrutiny, nor ringfencing international aid. And so on.
Extremists generally turn out to be tools of the powers that be, what handier way to delegitmise the march in the eyes of the TV viewing public?I seriously doubt that any of these arseholes is a worker or a member of any union. Much more like;y to be nice middle class trots, anarchists etc
"It is simply a disgrace taht Labour and the media are allowed to pretend the cuts are the cause and not the medicine." It's a disgrace that so many are wilfully blind to the truth, and want to go on picking everyone else's pockets..."Through all of this I am yet to see any of the shotgun toting 10 year olds that the BBC were so worried about." Heh!"Just a few people then, nothing to worry about?" Both the Beeb and Sky were carrying the progressives water by pointing out that this was 'not representative' of the march.Which prompted a Tweet: “So 0.05% of people marching for no cuts is representative of the whole country, yet when 20% of them riot, the left-wingers rush to assure us that they aren’t representative?”"Some very short memories or huge hypocrisy in that crowd."They clearly believe in the fabled money tree...
"...I'd like the Old Bill to get in there hard and surgically remove these scumbags.." I think most of them would like that too. Lions led by donkeys, indeed."Though I would also suggest cut wiser. Cuts to the armed forces which leave us with an aircraft carrier with no aircraft, while serviceable planes are mothballed do not look sensible." Indeed. I'd like to see Ministers coming down much harder on the mandarins, pointing out that cutting front-line services is not acceptable while they maintain huge back-room empires.
Both the Beeb and Sky were carrying the progressives water by pointing out that this was 'not representative' of the march.Which of course it wasnt.The purpose of the MSM is concentrate on the approved agenda, which is an unruly mob doing bad stuff. The 'progressives' delivered and so did the MSM. Which was no doubt the whole purpose.A lovely little false flag operation.Would the actions taken yesterday in any way further the 'progressive' cause? Of course not, not now, not ever. So one has to ask who benefits?Finally, why are supposed anarchists protesting about taxation and cuts in state spending? Surely its of no interest to them?
How come the police didn't escort them to the offices of the exotically tax-planned Guardian newspaper?Such a wasted opportunity.
"A lovely little false flag operation." Suuuure! I'll always remember a scene in the 'X-Files', where Scully pooh-poohs the notion of a grand far-reaching conspiracy theory by pointing out how hopeless the government is at everything else it tries to keep secret."How come the police didn't escort them to the offices of the exotically tax-planned Guardian newspaper?"That would have been fun!
Cut more, cut harder?Cut at all would be a start, would it not?
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