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    mhaiti wrote: March for england = a peaceful family friendly "parade" Hence why on their facebook page they have a flyer for the march of a st george's cross background with a skeleton clutching a burning union flag and a knife that says "we are ready" on it... Real wholesome family fun by the way nuttyju - WE probably get more of a kick from reading you and your pals' posts on facebook, one of which states that english people are suffering "oppression that has not been seen since the holocaust" Morons...absolute morons
    Maybe it's because of the threat of violence from the unwashed Lefties who hater this country and hate those who love it? If the UAF/Antifa/whatever ignored such events, there would be no need for the massive police presence increasing costs for the ratepayers of the host city. I shall be walking proudly from the railway station down Queen's Road on Sunday, and I will not take kindly to any intimidation from the scum bent on stopping me.
    Do you honestly believe what you write? If you geneuinely think that the only residents of Brighton that oppose your sham march are "unwashed lefties" then you must be mad. Brighton is a liberal city, in that we have a level of tolerance and understanding that you would obviously never understand. We take pride in our town and our way of thinking as do MILLIONS of our fellow countrymen and women in their own towns and cities. We have pride in a nation of toleratance and oppose a minority of narrow minded bullies who are fed paranoid drivel by the daily mail and the express and the "plethora of other websites" that you mentioned in a previous post. We know we are right and we hope that one day you come to your senses and realise just how silly you look to the vast majority of the country you proclaim to love. 100 turned up last year...100! If that doesn't tell you anything about your support then nothing will...
    Maybe the threat of violence splashed all over the media keeps some of them away? Can you explain why patriotism by the English isn't welcome'?
    When it comes packaged in a group of gentlemen who in their midst have some doing nazi salutes, shout E-E-EDL, they sing "no surrender to the IRA" shout homophobic abuse to the residents of the city they are visiting, confuse a city landmark for a massive mosque and get smashed at 10 in the morning.... if you can guarantee that none of that will happen then I'm all for patriotism, I'm patriotic but I'd just rather share that with people of a like mind not those that would go on this sham of a march...
    "confuse a city landmark for a massive mosque" Wasn't The Pavilion designed to resemble such a building? "and get smashed at 10 in the morning...." Like no holidaymakers have ever done, right? Blimey, people in Brighton are drunk at 10am from the previous evening after leaving Revenge etc totally smashed.
    So out of all that you picked on the two most innocuous two elements, nothing about the chants or homophobia? Not disputing those? P.s. FYI - The pavilion owes it's look to oriental origins (not to resemble a mosque).
    So now you dictate what I reply to? You sound like a Nazi......funny, that. FYI I shall write my posts, not you.
    I know you write your posts, you really do. I would need to go through some kind of massive head trauma to enable me to put such idiocy into words. No I don't dictate what you reply to...I just challenge you on your response. It's called debate... I sound like a nazi? That's my favourite yet....good one
    You pointed out that I hadn't responded to every point you had made.
    yeah, that sounds just like what a nazi would do...

    pesky nazis and their quest for concise feedback"
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March for England route to be reviewed after Brighton road collapse

March for England route to be reviewed after Brighton road collapse

March for England route to be reviewed after road collapse

March for England route to be reviewed after road collapse

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Sunday's March for England event may be moved following the collapse of a road, police have confirmed.

The annual nationalist march is due to be held along the A259 King’s Road, Brighton.

Earlier this morning (April 25) part of the road collapsed.

Workmen had been fixing a fire exit at the Fortune of War pub, situated below the road.

The hole is located where nationalists are due to congregate ahead of the march on Sunday.

A Sussex Police spokeswoman said experts were on the scene carrying out an inspection.

She added a decision would be made later today or tomorrow into whether the march should be moved further down the road.

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