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Balcombe drill site arrests top 100 as poet Simon Welsh held

The Argus: Balcombe drill site arrests top 100 as poet Simon Welsh held Balcombe drill site arrests top 100 as poet Simon Welsh held

The total number of arrests made at a controversial drilling site in Balcombe has passed the 100 mark with the arrest of the first Balcombe resident.

Poet Simon Welsh, 34, was arrested on Tuesday on suspicion of breaching a Section 14 order imposed by police outside energy firm Cuadrilla’s drilling site on the B2036 London Road.

He said: “I wasn’t looking to, or expecting to be arrested – I didn’t even think about it.


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“The officers in the station were so nice and although I had to wear paper trousers because mine had a string in them, I was allowed some paper and a pencil so I got scribbling a poem about the experience of being arrested.”

Mr Welsh, who organised Belt it Out at Balcombe on September 1, was one of six people arrested at the camp on Tuesday, including a man who locked himself to a caravan by his neck.

The new Section 14 order issued on Monday gives officers the power to immediately arrest anyone in a group of two or more people congregating on the road or outside the site entrance.

West Sussex County Council has also imposed an eviction notice and is currently seeking High Court approval to move the protesters with the help of bailiffs.

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9:45am Thu 12 Sep 13

pachallis says...

Poet Simon Welsh says "I wasn’t looking to, or expecting to be arrested – I didn’t even think about it".

Sorry Simon - arrest and charging is what you have to expect if you cause "Civil Disobedience" - check the definition.

BTW "Peaceful Protest" is perfectly okay.
Poet Simon Welsh says "I wasn’t looking to, or expecting to be arrested – I didn’t even think about it". Sorry Simon - arrest and charging is what you have to expect if you cause "Civil Disobedience" - check the definition. BTW "Peaceful Protest" is perfectly okay. pachallis
  • Score: -12

9:56am Thu 12 Sep 13

ThinkBrighton says...

100 people arrested, lets hope the scale of fines reflect the cost of policing this bunch of law breakers
100 people arrested, lets hope the scale of fines reflect the cost of policing this bunch of law breakers ThinkBrighton
  • Score: -15

9:59am Thu 12 Sep 13

ThinkBrighton says...

"Poet" is that another name for long term unemployed!
"Poet" is that another name for long term unemployed! ThinkBrighton
  • Score: -10

10:21am Thu 12 Sep 13

Bob Day says...

I wonder if there is anything at all some of the idiots posting on here would stand up and risk their freedom for. Well done Simon.
I wonder if there is anything at all some of the idiots posting on here would stand up and risk their freedom for. Well done Simon. Bob Day
  • Score: 12

10:48am Thu 12 Sep 13

JHunty says...

Bob Day wrote:
I wonder if there is anything at all some of the idiots posting on here would stand up and risk their freedom for. Well done Simon.
Yes I would stand up for the right to have a different opinion to you without being verbally abused for holding a different opinion. You seem to think that having a strongly held belief gives you the moral high ground and a right to verbally abuse anyone who challenges that belief. You are wrong.
I don't support fracking but nor do I support the protestors who turn up at every event from the Dale Farm evictions to Balcombe and assume a right to prevent perfectly lawful activities taking place.
[quote][p][bold]Bob Day[/bold] wrote: I wonder if there is anything at all some of the idiots posting on here would stand up and risk their freedom for. Well done Simon.[/p][/quote]Yes I would stand up for the right to have a different opinion to you without being verbally abused for holding a different opinion. You seem to think that having a strongly held belief gives you the moral high ground and a right to verbally abuse anyone who challenges that belief. You are wrong. I don't support fracking but nor do I support the protestors who turn up at every event from the Dale Farm evictions to Balcombe and assume a right to prevent perfectly lawful activities taking place. JHunty
  • Score: -15

10:49am Thu 12 Sep 13

whatevernext2013 says...

ThinkBrighton wrote:
"Poet" is that another name for long term unemployed!
but he did get a free ad from the argus
[quote][p][bold]ThinkBrighton[/bold] wrote: "Poet" is that another name for long term unemployed![/p][/quote]but he did get a free ad from the argus whatevernext2013
  • Score: 1

10:55am Thu 12 Sep 13

Fight_Back says...

pachallis wrote:
Poet Simon Welsh says "I wasn’t looking to, or expecting to be arrested – I didn’t even think about it".

Sorry Simon - arrest and charging is what you have to expect if you cause "Civil Disobedience" - check the definition.

BTW "Peaceful Protest" is perfectly okay.
From the TV pictures and paper reports I've seen no violence from the protestors - only from the police. Of course now the police have enacted a section 14 order there is no right to peaceful protest there.
[quote][p][bold]pachallis[/bold] wrote: Poet Simon Welsh says "I wasn’t looking to, or expecting to be arrested – I didn’t even think about it". Sorry Simon - arrest and charging is what you have to expect if you cause "Civil Disobedience" - check the definition. BTW "Peaceful Protest" is perfectly okay.[/p][/quote]From the TV pictures and paper reports I've seen no violence from the protestors - only from the police. Of course now the police have enacted a section 14 order there is no right to peaceful protest there. Fight_Back
  • Score: 13

10:57am Thu 12 Sep 13

Somethingsarejustwrong says...

Delighted that we have over a 100 arrested now. Lets see if we can hit 150!
Delighted that we have over a 100 arrested now. Lets see if we can hit 150! Somethingsarejustwrong
  • Score: -13

11:10am Thu 12 Sep 13

Bob Day says...

JHunty wrote:
Bob Day wrote:
I wonder if there is anything at all some of the idiots posting on here would stand up and risk their freedom for. Well done Simon.
Yes I would stand up for the right to have a different opinion to you without being verbally abused for holding a different opinion. You seem to think that having a strongly held belief gives you the moral high ground and a right to verbally abuse anyone who challenges that belief. You are wrong.
I don't support fracking but nor do I support the protestors who turn up at every event from the Dale Farm evictions to Balcombe and assume a right to prevent perfectly lawful activities taking place.
I'm pretty certain this man is a local but you'd have to ask him yourself and if he was at Dale Farm. Like the idiot who made assumptions about his work status you are also making them.
[quote][p][bold]JHunty[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bob Day[/bold] wrote: I wonder if there is anything at all some of the idiots posting on here would stand up and risk their freedom for. Well done Simon.[/p][/quote]Yes I would stand up for the right to have a different opinion to you without being verbally abused for holding a different opinion. You seem to think that having a strongly held belief gives you the moral high ground and a right to verbally abuse anyone who challenges that belief. You are wrong. I don't support fracking but nor do I support the protestors who turn up at every event from the Dale Farm evictions to Balcombe and assume a right to prevent perfectly lawful activities taking place.[/p][/quote]I'm pretty certain this man is a local but you'd have to ask him yourself and if he was at Dale Farm. Like the idiot who made assumptions about his work status you are also making them. Bob Day
  • Score: 11

11:15am Thu 12 Sep 13

Bob Day says...

Somethingsarejustwro
ng
wrote:
Delighted that we have over a 100 arrested now. Lets see if we can hit 150!
Amazing how freely some people support wasting public money. Do you realise how much each arrest costs? Money wasted in pursuing the legal cases and the inevitable huge compensation claims against the police that will result as they frequently do once many of the cases are dropped.

A nice little earner for some.
[quote][p][bold]Somethingsarejustwro ng[/bold] wrote: Delighted that we have over a 100 arrested now. Lets see if we can hit 150![/p][/quote]Amazing how freely some people support wasting public money. Do you realise how much each arrest costs? Money wasted in pursuing the legal cases and the inevitable huge compensation claims against the police that will result as they frequently do once many of the cases are dropped. A nice little earner for some. Bob Day
  • Score: 7

11:45am Thu 12 Sep 13

Fight_Back says...

Bob Day wrote:
Somethingsarejustwro

ng
wrote:
Delighted that we have over a 100 arrested now. Lets see if we can hit 150!
Amazing how freely some people support wasting public money. Do you realise how much each arrest costs? Money wasted in pursuing the legal cases and the inevitable huge compensation claims against the police that will result as they frequently do once many of the cases are dropped.

A nice little earner for some.
Then blame the police and council - it was a perfectly peaceful protest but now they've enacted a section 14 and the council have gone to court the costs will rack up. They should have left as was.
[quote][p][bold]Bob Day[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Somethingsarejustwro ng[/bold] wrote: Delighted that we have over a 100 arrested now. Lets see if we can hit 150![/p][/quote]Amazing how freely some people support wasting public money. Do you realise how much each arrest costs? Money wasted in pursuing the legal cases and the inevitable huge compensation claims against the police that will result as they frequently do once many of the cases are dropped. A nice little earner for some.[/p][/quote]Then blame the police and council - it was a perfectly peaceful protest but now they've enacted a section 14 and the council have gone to court the costs will rack up. They should have left as was. Fight_Back
  • Score: 10

11:50am Thu 12 Sep 13

billy goat-gruff says...

Some of the Argus moaners need a Section 14!
Some of the Argus moaners need a Section 14! billy goat-gruff
  • Score: -2

11:53am Thu 12 Sep 13

Somethingsarejustwrong says...

Fight_Back wrote:
Bob Day wrote:
Somethingsarejustwro


ng
wrote:
Delighted that we have over a 100 arrested now. Lets see if we can hit 150!
Amazing how freely some people support wasting public money. Do you realise how much each arrest costs? Money wasted in pursuing the legal cases and the inevitable huge compensation claims against the police that will result as they frequently do once many of the cases are dropped.

A nice little earner for some.
Then blame the police and council - it was a perfectly peaceful protest but now they've enacted a section 14 and the council have gone to court the costs will rack up. They should have left as was.
Public money well spent.

I have no problem seeing my taxes being used to address anti social issues and would like to see more prisons and much tougher sentencing of these types of wasters.
[quote][p][bold]Fight_Back[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bob Day[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Somethingsarejustwro ng[/bold] wrote: Delighted that we have over a 100 arrested now. Lets see if we can hit 150![/p][/quote]Amazing how freely some people support wasting public money. Do you realise how much each arrest costs? Money wasted in pursuing the legal cases and the inevitable huge compensation claims against the police that will result as they frequently do once many of the cases are dropped. A nice little earner for some.[/p][/quote]Then blame the police and council - it was a perfectly peaceful protest but now they've enacted a section 14 and the council have gone to court the costs will rack up. They should have left as was.[/p][/quote]Public money well spent. I have no problem seeing my taxes being used to address anti social issues and would like to see more prisons and much tougher sentencing of these types of wasters. Somethingsarejustwrong
  • Score: -6

12:08pm Thu 12 Sep 13

Bob Day says...

Somethingsarejustwro
ng
wrote:
Fight_Back wrote:
Bob Day wrote:
Somethingsarejustwro



ng
wrote:
Delighted that we have over a 100 arrested now. Lets see if we can hit 150!
Amazing how freely some people support wasting public money. Do you realise how much each arrest costs? Money wasted in pursuing the legal cases and the inevitable huge compensation claims against the police that will result as they frequently do once many of the cases are dropped.

A nice little earner for some.
Then blame the police and council - it was a perfectly peaceful protest but now they've enacted a section 14 and the council have gone to court the costs will rack up. They should have left as was.
Public money well spent.

I have no problem seeing my taxes being used to address anti social issues and would like to see more prisons and much tougher sentencing of these types of wasters.
You seem to be under the impression that these arrests might have some impact on the protesters. They don't - except to make some of them a lot richer eventually.

Now I'm sure you'd even support the death penalty and long sentances for protesters but until you get to rule the world that's not going to happen. In the mean time a lot of public money is being squandered with you for some reason cheering it on.
[quote][p][bold]Somethingsarejustwro ng[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Fight_Back[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bob Day[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Somethingsarejustwro ng[/bold] wrote: Delighted that we have over a 100 arrested now. Lets see if we can hit 150![/p][/quote]Amazing how freely some people support wasting public money. Do you realise how much each arrest costs? Money wasted in pursuing the legal cases and the inevitable huge compensation claims against the police that will result as they frequently do once many of the cases are dropped. A nice little earner for some.[/p][/quote]Then blame the police and council - it was a perfectly peaceful protest but now they've enacted a section 14 and the council have gone to court the costs will rack up. They should have left as was.[/p][/quote]Public money well spent. I have no problem seeing my taxes being used to address anti social issues and would like to see more prisons and much tougher sentencing of these types of wasters.[/p][/quote]You seem to be under the impression that these arrests might have some impact on the protesters. They don't - except to make some of them a lot richer eventually. Now I'm sure you'd even support the death penalty and long sentances for protesters but until you get to rule the world that's not going to happen. In the mean time a lot of public money is being squandered with you for some reason cheering it on. Bob Day
  • Score: 8

12:20pm Thu 12 Sep 13

Somethingsarejustwrong says...

Bob Day wrote:
Somethingsarejustwro

ng
wrote:
Fight_Back wrote:
Bob Day wrote:
Somethingsarejustwro




ng
wrote:
Delighted that we have over a 100 arrested now. Lets see if we can hit 150!
Amazing how freely some people support wasting public money. Do you realise how much each arrest costs? Money wasted in pursuing the legal cases and the inevitable huge compensation claims against the police that will result as they frequently do once many of the cases are dropped.

A nice little earner for some.
Then blame the police and council - it was a perfectly peaceful protest but now they've enacted a section 14 and the council have gone to court the costs will rack up. They should have left as was.
Public money well spent.

I have no problem seeing my taxes being used to address anti social issues and would like to see more prisons and much tougher sentencing of these types of wasters.
You seem to be under the impression that these arrests might have some impact on the protesters. They don't - except to make some of them a lot richer eventually.

Now I'm sure you'd even support the death penalty and long sentances for protesters but until you get to rule the world that's not going to happen. In the mean time a lot of public money is being squandered with you for some reason cheering it on.
Any action that targets these miscreants I support.

Ultimately its a numbers game and whilst there may be some 'leakage' the good news is over time we get to criminalize some of these wasters.

I think our collective challenge is to increase the tariff for these types of offences and have minimum mandatory sentences that become custodial at the earliest opportunity.

In the interim, lets hope we get to the 150 level
[quote][p][bold]Bob Day[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Somethingsarejustwro ng[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Fight_Back[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bob Day[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Somethingsarejustwro ng[/bold] wrote: Delighted that we have over a 100 arrested now. Lets see if we can hit 150![/p][/quote]Amazing how freely some people support wasting public money. Do you realise how much each arrest costs? Money wasted in pursuing the legal cases and the inevitable huge compensation claims against the police that will result as they frequently do once many of the cases are dropped. A nice little earner for some.[/p][/quote]Then blame the police and council - it was a perfectly peaceful protest but now they've enacted a section 14 and the council have gone to court the costs will rack up. They should have left as was.[/p][/quote]Public money well spent. I have no problem seeing my taxes being used to address anti social issues and would like to see more prisons and much tougher sentencing of these types of wasters.[/p][/quote]You seem to be under the impression that these arrests might have some impact on the protesters. They don't - except to make some of them a lot richer eventually. Now I'm sure you'd even support the death penalty and long sentances for protesters but until you get to rule the world that's not going to happen. In the mean time a lot of public money is being squandered with you for some reason cheering it on.[/p][/quote]Any action that targets these miscreants I support. Ultimately its a numbers game and whilst there may be some 'leakage' the good news is over time we get to criminalize some of these wasters. I think our collective challenge is to increase the tariff for these types of offences and have minimum mandatory sentences that become custodial at the earliest opportunity. In the interim, lets hope we get to the 150 level Somethingsarejustwrong
  • Score: -11

1:07pm Thu 12 Sep 13

roystony says...

Hippies - how are they earning a living? they have been there for weeks. Don't they have bills to pay?
Hippies - how are they earning a living? they have been there for weeks. Don't they have bills to pay? roystony
  • Score: -7

1:36pm Thu 12 Sep 13

ThinkBrighton says...

Bob Day wrote:
JHunty wrote:
Bob Day wrote:
I wonder if there is anything at all some of the idiots posting on here would stand up and risk their freedom for. Well done Simon.
Yes I would stand up for the right to have a different opinion to you without being verbally abused for holding a different opinion. You seem to think that having a strongly held belief gives you the moral high ground and a right to verbally abuse anyone who challenges that belief. You are wrong.
I don't support fracking but nor do I support the protestors who turn up at every event from the Dale Farm evictions to Balcombe and assume a right to prevent perfectly lawful activities taking place.
I'm pretty certain this man is a local but you'd have to ask him yourself and if he was at Dale Farm. Like the idiot who made assumptions about his work status you are also making them.
Never make assumptions about a persons IQ level it just shows your own ignorance, what a person thinks does not give him a free hand to break the law, even a person with an attitude like you
[quote][p][bold]Bob Day[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]JHunty[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bob Day[/bold] wrote: I wonder if there is anything at all some of the idiots posting on here would stand up and risk their freedom for. Well done Simon.[/p][/quote]Yes I would stand up for the right to have a different opinion to you without being verbally abused for holding a different opinion. You seem to think that having a strongly held belief gives you the moral high ground and a right to verbally abuse anyone who challenges that belief. You are wrong. I don't support fracking but nor do I support the protestors who turn up at every event from the Dale Farm evictions to Balcombe and assume a right to prevent perfectly lawful activities taking place.[/p][/quote]I'm pretty certain this man is a local but you'd have to ask him yourself and if he was at Dale Farm. Like the idiot who made assumptions about his work status you are also making them.[/p][/quote]Never make assumptions about a persons IQ level it just shows your own ignorance, what a person thinks does not give him a free hand to break the law, even a person with an attitude like you ThinkBrighton
  • Score: -11

1:37pm Thu 12 Sep 13

roystony says...

roystony wrote:
Hippies - how are they earning a living? they have been there for weeks. Don't they have bills to pay?
Must be drug dealers!!
[quote][p][bold]roystony[/bold] wrote: Hippies - how are they earning a living? they have been there for weeks. Don't they have bills to pay?[/p][/quote]Must be drug dealers!! roystony
  • Score: -10

1:49pm Thu 12 Sep 13

Bob Day says...

ThinkBrighton wrote:
Bob Day wrote:
JHunty wrote:
Bob Day wrote:
I wonder if there is anything at all some of the idiots posting on here would stand up and risk their freedom for. Well done Simon.
Yes I would stand up for the right to have a different opinion to you without being verbally abused for holding a different opinion. You seem to think that having a strongly held belief gives you the moral high ground and a right to verbally abuse anyone who challenges that belief. You are wrong.
I don't support fracking but nor do I support the protestors who turn up at every event from the Dale Farm evictions to Balcombe and assume a right to prevent perfectly lawful activities taking place.
I'm pretty certain this man is a local but you'd have to ask him yourself and if he was at Dale Farm. Like the idiot who made assumptions about his work status you are also making them.
Never make assumptions about a persons IQ level it just shows your own ignorance, what a person thinks does not give him a free hand to break the law, even a person with an attitude like you
Well OK you stop making assumptions about people's working status based on no information whatsoever then I might stop making assumptions about people's IQ based on silly stuff they've written.
[quote][p][bold]ThinkBrighton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bob Day[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]JHunty[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bob Day[/bold] wrote: I wonder if there is anything at all some of the idiots posting on here would stand up and risk their freedom for. Well done Simon.[/p][/quote]Yes I would stand up for the right to have a different opinion to you without being verbally abused for holding a different opinion. You seem to think that having a strongly held belief gives you the moral high ground and a right to verbally abuse anyone who challenges that belief. You are wrong. I don't support fracking but nor do I support the protestors who turn up at every event from the Dale Farm evictions to Balcombe and assume a right to prevent perfectly lawful activities taking place.[/p][/quote]I'm pretty certain this man is a local but you'd have to ask him yourself and if he was at Dale Farm. Like the idiot who made assumptions about his work status you are also making them.[/p][/quote]Never make assumptions about a persons IQ level it just shows your own ignorance, what a person thinks does not give him a free hand to break the law, even a person with an attitude like you[/p][/quote]Well OK you stop making assumptions about people's working status based on no information whatsoever then I might stop making assumptions about people's IQ based on silly stuff they've written. Bob Day
  • Score: 7

3:40pm Thu 12 Sep 13

gaz scott says...

Somethingsarejustwro
ng
wrote:
Bob Day wrote:
Somethingsarejustwro


ng
wrote:
Fight_Back wrote:
Bob Day wrote:
Somethingsarejustwro





ng
wrote:
Delighted that we have over a 100 arrested now. Lets see if we can hit 150!
Amazing how freely some people support wasting public money. Do you realise how much each arrest costs? Money wasted in pursuing the legal cases and the inevitable huge compensation claims against the police that will result as they frequently do once many of the cases are dropped.

A nice little earner for some.
Then blame the police and council - it was a perfectly peaceful protest but now they've enacted a section 14 and the council have gone to court the costs will rack up. They should have left as was.
Public money well spent.

I have no problem seeing my taxes being used to address anti social issues and would like to see more prisons and much tougher sentencing of these types of wasters.
You seem to be under the impression that these arrests might have some impact on the protesters. They don't - except to make some of them a lot richer eventually.

Now I'm sure you'd even support the death penalty and long sentances for protesters but until you get to rule the world that's not going to happen. In the mean time a lot of public money is being squandered with you for some reason cheering it on.
Any action that targets these miscreants I support.

Ultimately its a numbers game and whilst there may be some 'leakage' the good news is over time we get to criminalize some of these wasters.

I think our collective challenge is to increase the tariff for these types of offences and have minimum mandatory sentences that become custodial at the earliest opportunity.

In the interim, lets hope we get to the 150 level
So many words so little said.
[quote][p][bold]Somethingsarejustwro ng[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bob Day[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Somethingsarejustwro ng[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Fight_Back[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bob Day[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Somethingsarejustwro ng[/bold] wrote: Delighted that we have over a 100 arrested now. Lets see if we can hit 150![/p][/quote]Amazing how freely some people support wasting public money. Do you realise how much each arrest costs? Money wasted in pursuing the legal cases and the inevitable huge compensation claims against the police that will result as they frequently do once many of the cases are dropped. A nice little earner for some.[/p][/quote]Then blame the police and council - it was a perfectly peaceful protest but now they've enacted a section 14 and the council have gone to court the costs will rack up. They should have left as was.[/p][/quote]Public money well spent. I have no problem seeing my taxes being used to address anti social issues and would like to see more prisons and much tougher sentencing of these types of wasters.[/p][/quote]You seem to be under the impression that these arrests might have some impact on the protesters. They don't - except to make some of them a lot richer eventually. Now I'm sure you'd even support the death penalty and long sentances for protesters but until you get to rule the world that's not going to happen. In the mean time a lot of public money is being squandered with you for some reason cheering it on.[/p][/quote]Any action that targets these miscreants I support. Ultimately its a numbers game and whilst there may be some 'leakage' the good news is over time we get to criminalize some of these wasters. I think our collective challenge is to increase the tariff for these types of offences and have minimum mandatory sentences that become custodial at the earliest opportunity. In the interim, lets hope we get to the 150 level[/p][/quote]So many words so little said. gaz scott
  • Score: 5

4:08pm Thu 12 Sep 13

gaz scott says...

gaz scott wrote:
Somethingsarejustwro

ng
wrote:
Bob Day wrote:
Somethingsarejustwro



ng
wrote:
Fight_Back wrote:
Bob Day wrote:
Somethingsarejustwro






ng
wrote:
Delighted that we have over a 100 arrested now. Lets see if we can hit 150!
Amazing how freely some people support wasting public money. Do you realise how much each arrest costs? Money wasted in pursuing the legal cases and the inevitable huge compensation claims against the police that will result as they frequently do once many of the cases are dropped.

A nice little earner for some.
Then blame the police and council - it was a perfectly peaceful protest but now they've enacted a section 14 and the council have gone to court the costs will rack up. They should have left as was.
Public money well spent.

I have no problem seeing my taxes being used to address anti social issues and would like to see more prisons and much tougher sentencing of these types of wasters.
You seem to be under the impression that these arrests might have some impact on the protesters. They don't - except to make some of them a lot richer eventually.

Now I'm sure you'd even support the death penalty and long sentances for protesters but until you get to rule the world that's not going to happen. In the mean time a lot of public money is being squandered with you for some reason cheering it on.
Any action that targets these miscreants I support.

Ultimately its a numbers game and whilst there may be some 'leakage' the good news is over time we get to criminalize some of these wasters.

I think our collective challenge is to increase the tariff for these types of offences and have minimum mandatory sentences that become custodial at the earliest opportunity.

In the interim, lets hope we get to the 150 level
So many words so little said.
It's really funny to do a google search with some of his oft repeated tell-tale phrases. For example try: "somethingsarejustwr
ong interim" You can try "miscreants" as well and quite a few others. Then try the same thing with some of his other names ("bladesboy" amongst others).

Hours of fun for the whole family.
[quote][p][bold]gaz scott[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Somethingsarejustwro ng[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bob Day[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Somethingsarejustwro ng[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Fight_Back[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bob Day[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Somethingsarejustwro ng[/bold] wrote: Delighted that we have over a 100 arrested now. Lets see if we can hit 150![/p][/quote]Amazing how freely some people support wasting public money. Do you realise how much each arrest costs? Money wasted in pursuing the legal cases and the inevitable huge compensation claims against the police that will result as they frequently do once many of the cases are dropped. A nice little earner for some.[/p][/quote]Then blame the police and council - it was a perfectly peaceful protest but now they've enacted a section 14 and the council have gone to court the costs will rack up. They should have left as was.[/p][/quote]Public money well spent. I have no problem seeing my taxes being used to address anti social issues and would like to see more prisons and much tougher sentencing of these types of wasters.[/p][/quote]You seem to be under the impression that these arrests might have some impact on the protesters. They don't - except to make some of them a lot richer eventually. Now I'm sure you'd even support the death penalty and long sentances for protesters but until you get to rule the world that's not going to happen. In the mean time a lot of public money is being squandered with you for some reason cheering it on.[/p][/quote]Any action that targets these miscreants I support. Ultimately its a numbers game and whilst there may be some 'leakage' the good news is over time we get to criminalize some of these wasters. I think our collective challenge is to increase the tariff for these types of offences and have minimum mandatory sentences that become custodial at the earliest opportunity. In the interim, lets hope we get to the 150 level[/p][/quote]So many words so little said.[/p][/quote]It's really funny to do a google search with some of his oft repeated tell-tale phrases. For example try: "somethingsarejustwr ong interim" You can try "miscreants" as well and quite a few others. Then try the same thing with some of his other names ("bladesboy" amongst others). Hours of fun for the whole family. gaz scott
  • Score: 5

5:00pm Thu 12 Sep 13

Somethingsarejustwrong says...

gaz scott wrote:
gaz scott wrote:
Somethingsarejustwro ng wrote:
Bob Day wrote:
Somethingsarejustwro ng wrote:
Fight_Back wrote:
Bob Day wrote:
Somethingsarejustwro ng wrote: Delighted that we have over a 100 arrested now. Lets see if we can hit 150!
Amazing how freely some people support wasting public money. Do you realise how much each arrest costs? Money wasted in pursuing the legal cases and the inevitable huge compensation claims against the police that will result as they frequently do once many of the cases are dropped. A nice little earner for some.
Then blame the police and council - it was a perfectly peaceful protest but now they've enacted a section 14 and the council have gone to court the costs will rack up. They should have left as was.
Public money well spent. I have no problem seeing my taxes being used to address anti social issues and would like to see more prisons and much tougher sentencing of these types of wasters.
You seem to be under the impression that these arrests might have some impact on the protesters. They don't - except to make some of them a lot richer eventually. Now I'm sure you'd even support the death penalty and long sentances for protesters but until you get to rule the world that's not going to happen. In the mean time a lot of public money is being squandered with you for some reason cheering it on.
Any action that targets these miscreants I support. Ultimately its a numbers game and whilst there may be some 'leakage' the good news is over time we get to criminalize some of these wasters. I think our collective challenge is to increase the tariff for these types of offences and have minimum mandatory sentences that become custodial at the earliest opportunity. In the interim, lets hope we get to the 150 level
So many words so little said.
It's really funny to do a google search with some of his oft repeated tell-tale phrases. For example try: "somethingsarej
ustwr ong interim" You can try "miscreants" as well and quite a few others. Then try the same thing with some of his other names ("bladesboy" amongst others). Hours of fun for the whole family.
Not as much fun as trying to understand why anyone would wish, or need to have a plethora of posting names when it's the same cr@p that gets posted

Gaz Scott

AlanPare

Gaz Scott in a Marxist squat

All 9 of me

RickH

Need I go on... You are very odd to say the least and most posters are laughing at you and others are very keen to understand your motives

I just think you are a fool... Quite sad really!
[quote][p][bold]gaz scott[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]gaz scott[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Somethingsarejustwro ng[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bob Day[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Somethingsarejustwro ng[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Fight_Back[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bob Day[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Somethingsarejustwro ng[/bold] wrote: Delighted that we have over a 100 arrested now. Lets see if we can hit 150![/p][/quote]Amazing how freely some people support wasting public money. Do you realise how much each arrest costs? Money wasted in pursuing the legal cases and the inevitable huge compensation claims against the police that will result as they frequently do once many of the cases are dropped. A nice little earner for some.[/p][/quote]Then blame the police and council - it was a perfectly peaceful protest but now they've enacted a section 14 and the council have gone to court the costs will rack up. They should have left as was.[/p][/quote]Public money well spent. I have no problem seeing my taxes being used to address anti social issues and would like to see more prisons and much tougher sentencing of these types of wasters.[/p][/quote]You seem to be under the impression that these arrests might have some impact on the protesters. They don't - except to make some of them a lot richer eventually. Now I'm sure you'd even support the death penalty and long sentances for protesters but until you get to rule the world that's not going to happen. In the mean time a lot of public money is being squandered with you for some reason cheering it on.[/p][/quote]Any action that targets these miscreants I support. Ultimately its a numbers game and whilst there may be some 'leakage' the good news is over time we get to criminalize some of these wasters. I think our collective challenge is to increase the tariff for these types of offences and have minimum mandatory sentences that become custodial at the earliest opportunity. In the interim, lets hope we get to the 150 level[/p][/quote]So many words so little said.[/p][/quote]It's really funny to do a google search with some of his oft repeated tell-tale phrases. For example try: "somethingsarej ustwr ong interim" You can try "miscreants" as well and quite a few others. Then try the same thing with some of his other names ("bladesboy" amongst others). Hours of fun for the whole family.[/p][/quote]Not as much fun as trying to understand why anyone would wish, or need to have a plethora of posting names when it's the same cr@p that gets posted Gaz Scott AlanPare Gaz Scott in a Marxist squat All 9 of me RickH Need I go on... You are very odd to say the least and most posters are laughing at you and others are very keen to understand your motives I just think you are a fool... Quite sad really! Somethingsarejustwrong
  • Score: -5

5:04pm Thu 12 Sep 13

Somethingsarejustwrong says...

Bob Day wrote:
ThinkBrighton wrote:
Bob Day wrote:
JHunty wrote:
Bob Day wrote: I wonder if there is anything at all some of the idiots posting on here would stand up and risk their freedom for. Well done Simon.
Yes I would stand up for the right to have a different opinion to you without being verbally abused for holding a different opinion. You seem to think that having a strongly held belief gives you the moral high ground and a right to verbally abuse anyone who challenges that belief. You are wrong. I don't support fracking but nor do I support the protestors who turn up at every event from the Dale Farm evictions to Balcombe and assume a right to prevent perfectly lawful activities taking place.
I'm pretty certain this man is a local but you'd have to ask him yourself and if he was at Dale Farm. Like the idiot who made assumptions about his work status you are also making them.
Never make assumptions about a persons IQ level it just shows your own ignorance, what a person thinks does not give him a free hand to break the law, even a person with an attitude like you
Well OK you stop making assumptions about people's working status based on no information whatsoever then I might stop making assumptions about people's IQ based on silly stuff they've written.
Fantastic Is this another Gaz Scott posting name

Ha ha ha
[quote][p][bold]Bob Day[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ThinkBrighton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bob Day[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]JHunty[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bob Day[/bold] wrote: I wonder if there is anything at all some of the idiots posting on here would stand up and risk their freedom for. Well done Simon.[/p][/quote]Yes I would stand up for the right to have a different opinion to you without being verbally abused for holding a different opinion. You seem to think that having a strongly held belief gives you the moral high ground and a right to verbally abuse anyone who challenges that belief. You are wrong. I don't support fracking but nor do I support the protestors who turn up at every event from the Dale Farm evictions to Balcombe and assume a right to prevent perfectly lawful activities taking place.[/p][/quote]I'm pretty certain this man is a local but you'd have to ask him yourself and if he was at Dale Farm. Like the idiot who made assumptions about his work status you are also making them.[/p][/quote]Never make assumptions about a persons IQ level it just shows your own ignorance, what a person thinks does not give him a free hand to break the law, even a person with an attitude like you[/p][/quote]Well OK you stop making assumptions about people's working status based on no information whatsoever then I might stop making assumptions about people's IQ based on silly stuff they've written.[/p][/quote]Fantastic Is this another Gaz Scott posting name Ha ha ha Somethingsarejustwrong
  • Score: -6

5:15pm Thu 12 Sep 13

gaz scott says...

Somethingsarejustwro
ng
wrote:
gaz scott wrote:
gaz scott wrote:
Somethingsarejustwro ng wrote:
Bob Day wrote:
Somethingsarejustwro ng wrote:
Fight_Back wrote:
Bob Day wrote:
Somethingsarejustwro ng wrote: Delighted that we have over a 100 arrested now. Lets see if we can hit 150!
Amazing how freely some people support wasting public money. Do you realise how much each arrest costs? Money wasted in pursuing the legal cases and the inevitable huge compensation claims against the police that will result as they frequently do once many of the cases are dropped. A nice little earner for some.
Then blame the police and council - it was a perfectly peaceful protest but now they've enacted a section 14 and the council have gone to court the costs will rack up. They should have left as was.
Public money well spent. I have no problem seeing my taxes being used to address anti social issues and would like to see more prisons and much tougher sentencing of these types of wasters.
You seem to be under the impression that these arrests might have some impact on the protesters. They don't - except to make some of them a lot richer eventually. Now I'm sure you'd even support the death penalty and long sentances for protesters but until you get to rule the world that's not going to happen. In the mean time a lot of public money is being squandered with you for some reason cheering it on.
Any action that targets these miscreants I support. Ultimately its a numbers game and whilst there may be some 'leakage' the good news is over time we get to criminalize some of these wasters. I think our collective challenge is to increase the tariff for these types of offences and have minimum mandatory sentences that become custodial at the earliest opportunity. In the interim, lets hope we get to the 150 level
So many words so little said.
It's really funny to do a google search with some of his oft repeated tell-tale phrases. For example try: "somethingsarej

ustwr ong interim" You can try "miscreants" as well and quite a few others. Then try the same thing with some of his other names ("bladesboy" amongst others). Hours of fun for the whole family.
Not as much fun as trying to understand why anyone would wish, or need to have a plethora of posting names when it's the same cr@p that gets posted

Gaz Scott

AlanPare

Gaz Scott in a Marxist squat

All 9 of me

RickH

Need I go on... You are very odd to say the least and most posters are laughing at you and others are very keen to understand your motives

I just think you are a fool... Quite sad really!
The only one you got right is "Gaz Scott in a Marxist squat". Gosh how did you guess? Too smart for me.

Clown.
[quote][p][bold]Somethingsarejustwro ng[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]gaz scott[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]gaz scott[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Somethingsarejustwro ng[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bob Day[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Somethingsarejustwro ng[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Fight_Back[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bob Day[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Somethingsarejustwro ng[/bold] wrote: Delighted that we have over a 100 arrested now. Lets see if we can hit 150![/p][/quote]Amazing how freely some people support wasting public money. Do you realise how much each arrest costs? Money wasted in pursuing the legal cases and the inevitable huge compensation claims against the police that will result as they frequently do once many of the cases are dropped. A nice little earner for some.[/p][/quote]Then blame the police and council - it was a perfectly peaceful protest but now they've enacted a section 14 and the council have gone to court the costs will rack up. They should have left as was.[/p][/quote]Public money well spent. I have no problem seeing my taxes being used to address anti social issues and would like to see more prisons and much tougher sentencing of these types of wasters.[/p][/quote]You seem to be under the impression that these arrests might have some impact on the protesters. They don't - except to make some of them a lot richer eventually. Now I'm sure you'd even support the death penalty and long sentances for protesters but until you get to rule the world that's not going to happen. In the mean time a lot of public money is being squandered with you for some reason cheering it on.[/p][/quote]Any action that targets these miscreants I support. Ultimately its a numbers game and whilst there may be some 'leakage' the good news is over time we get to criminalize some of these wasters. I think our collective challenge is to increase the tariff for these types of offences and have minimum mandatory sentences that become custodial at the earliest opportunity. In the interim, lets hope we get to the 150 level[/p][/quote]So many words so little said.[/p][/quote]It's really funny to do a google search with some of his oft repeated tell-tale phrases. For example try: "somethingsarej ustwr ong interim" You can try "miscreants" as well and quite a few others. Then try the same thing with some of his other names ("bladesboy" amongst others). Hours of fun for the whole family.[/p][/quote]Not as much fun as trying to understand why anyone would wish, or need to have a plethora of posting names when it's the same cr@p that gets posted Gaz Scott AlanPare Gaz Scott in a Marxist squat All 9 of me RickH Need I go on... You are very odd to say the least and most posters are laughing at you and others are very keen to understand your motives I just think you are a fool... Quite sad really![/p][/quote]The only one you got right is "Gaz Scott in a Marxist squat". Gosh how did you guess? Too smart for me. Clown. gaz scott
  • Score: 5

5:51pm Thu 12 Sep 13

saraman says...

Don't stand in the doorway, don't block up the hall. You'll be arrested.
Don't stand in the doorway, don't block up the hall. You'll be arrested. saraman
  • Score: 1

7:14pm Thu 12 Sep 13

pachallis says...

Fight_Back wrote:
Bob Day wrote:
Somethingsarejustwro


ng
wrote:
Delighted that we have over a 100 arrested now. Lets see if we can hit 150!
Amazing how freely some people support wasting public money. Do you realise how much each arrest costs? Money wasted in pursuing the legal cases and the inevitable huge compensation claims against the police that will result as they frequently do once many of the cases are dropped.

A nice little earner for some.
Then blame the police and council - it was a perfectly peaceful protest but now they've enacted a section 14 and the council have gone to court the costs will rack up. They should have left as was.
Of course if all the protestors just b*ggered off and left Cuadrilla to close down the Balcombe site then this would cut costs even more.

According to his web site, Simon Welsh was one of the main organisers of the latest "Belt it out @ Balcombe" protest, and should have known all the legal ramifications before he was involved in blocking the entrance to the site. But he still went ahead and then says he wasn't expecting to get arrested?

The press are getting less and less interested in what antics the anti-fracking protestors are doing - I am not sure how much having a poet (I see he is indeed a real one) rewrite (badly) several words to Jerusalem really supports their cause?

Never mind - as they say "any advertising is good advertising" and I suppose this will help bring him some more business.
[quote][p][bold]Fight_Back[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bob Day[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Somethingsarejustwro ng[/bold] wrote: Delighted that we have over a 100 arrested now. Lets see if we can hit 150![/p][/quote]Amazing how freely some people support wasting public money. Do you realise how much each arrest costs? Money wasted in pursuing the legal cases and the inevitable huge compensation claims against the police that will result as they frequently do once many of the cases are dropped. A nice little earner for some.[/p][/quote]Then blame the police and council - it was a perfectly peaceful protest but now they've enacted a section 14 and the council have gone to court the costs will rack up. They should have left as was.[/p][/quote]Of course if all the protestors just b*ggered off and left Cuadrilla to close down the Balcombe site then this would cut costs even more. According to his web site, Simon Welsh was one of the main organisers of the latest "Belt it out @ Balcombe" protest, and should have known all the legal ramifications before he was involved in blocking the entrance to the site. But he still went ahead and then says he wasn't expecting to get arrested? The press are getting less and less interested in what antics the anti-fracking protestors are doing - I am not sure how much having a poet (I see he is indeed a real one) rewrite (badly) several words to Jerusalem really supports their cause? Never mind - as they say "any advertising is good advertising" and I suppose this will help bring him some more business. pachallis
  • Score: 1

8:48pm Thu 12 Sep 13

Gaz Scott in a Marxist Squat says...

gaz scott wrote:
Somethingsarejustwro

ng
wrote:
gaz scott wrote:
gaz scott wrote:
Somethingsarejustwro ng wrote:
Bob Day wrote:
Somethingsarejustwro ng wrote:
Fight_Back wrote:
Bob Day wrote:
Somethingsarejustwro ng wrote: Delighted that we have over a 100 arrested now. Lets see if we can hit 150!
Amazing how freely some people support wasting public money. Do you realise how much each arrest costs? Money wasted in pursuing the legal cases and the inevitable huge compensation claims against the police that will result as they frequently do once many of the cases are dropped. A nice little earner for some.
Then blame the police and council - it was a perfectly peaceful protest but now they've enacted a section 14 and the council have gone to court the costs will rack up. They should have left as was.
Public money well spent. I have no problem seeing my taxes being used to address anti social issues and would like to see more prisons and much tougher sentencing of these types of wasters.
You seem to be under the impression that these arrests might have some impact on the protesters. They don't - except to make some of them a lot richer eventually. Now I'm sure you'd even support the death penalty and long sentances for protesters but until you get to rule the world that's not going to happen. In the mean time a lot of public money is being squandered with you for some reason cheering it on.
Any action that targets these miscreants I support. Ultimately its a numbers game and whilst there may be some 'leakage' the good news is over time we get to criminalize some of these wasters. I think our collective challenge is to increase the tariff for these types of offences and have minimum mandatory sentences that become custodial at the earliest opportunity. In the interim, lets hope we get to the 150 level
So many words so little said.
It's really funny to do a google search with some of his oft repeated tell-tale phrases. For example try: "somethingsarej


ustwr ong interim" You can try "miscreants" as well and quite a few others. Then try the same thing with some of his other names ("bladesboy" amongst others). Hours of fun for the whole family.
Not as much fun as trying to understand why anyone would wish, or need to have a plethora of posting names when it's the same cr@p that gets posted

Gaz Scott

AlanPare

Gaz Scott in a Marxist squat

All 9 of me

RickH

Need I go on... You are very odd to say the least and most posters are laughing at you and others are very keen to understand your motives

I just think you are a fool... Quite sad really!
The only one you got right is "Gaz Scott in a Marxist squat". Gosh how did you guess? Too smart for me.

Clown.
Yep You stupid laughing boy

Ha ha
[quote][p][bold]gaz scott[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Somethingsarejustwro ng[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]gaz scott[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]gaz scott[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Somethingsarejustwro ng[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bob Day[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Somethingsarejustwro ng[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Fight_Back[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bob Day[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Somethingsarejustwro ng[/bold] wrote: Delighted that we have over a 100 arrested now. Lets see if we can hit 150![/p][/quote]Amazing how freely some people support wasting public money. Do you realise how much each arrest costs? Money wasted in pursuing the legal cases and the inevitable huge compensation claims against the police that will result as they frequently do once many of the cases are dropped. A nice little earner for some.[/p][/quote]Then blame the police and council - it was a perfectly peaceful protest but now they've enacted a section 14 and the council have gone to court the costs will rack up. They should have left as was.[/p][/quote]Public money well spent. I have no problem seeing my taxes being used to address anti social issues and would like to see more prisons and much tougher sentencing of these types of wasters.[/p][/quote]You seem to be under the impression that these arrests might have some impact on the protesters. They don't - except to make some of them a lot richer eventually. Now I'm sure you'd even support the death penalty and long sentances for protesters but until you get to rule the world that's not going to happen. In the mean time a lot of public money is being squandered with you for some reason cheering it on.[/p][/quote]Any action that targets these miscreants I support. Ultimately its a numbers game and whilst there may be some 'leakage' the good news is over time we get to criminalize some of these wasters. I think our collective challenge is to increase the tariff for these types of offences and have minimum mandatory sentences that become custodial at the earliest opportunity. In the interim, lets hope we get to the 150 level[/p][/quote]So many words so little said.[/p][/quote]It's really funny to do a google search with some of his oft repeated tell-tale phrases. For example try: "somethingsarej ustwr ong interim" You can try "miscreants" as well and quite a few others. Then try the same thing with some of his other names ("bladesboy" amongst others). Hours of fun for the whole family.[/p][/quote]Not as much fun as trying to understand why anyone would wish, or need to have a plethora of posting names when it's the same cr@p that gets posted Gaz Scott AlanPare Gaz Scott in a Marxist squat All 9 of me RickH Need I go on... You are very odd to say the least and most posters are laughing at you and others are very keen to understand your motives I just think you are a fool... Quite sad really![/p][/quote]The only one you got right is "Gaz Scott in a Marxist squat". Gosh how did you guess? Too smart for me. Clown.[/p][/quote]Yep You stupid laughing boy Ha ha Gaz Scott in a Marxist Squat
  • Score: 5

9:22pm Thu 12 Sep 13

Somethingsarejustwrong says...

Sad tw@t
Sad tw@t Somethingsarejustwrong
  • Score: -5

10:06am Fri 13 Sep 13

Jermery says...

I see he got some paper trousers to wear-he could have written his poems on them.
I see he got some paper trousers to wear-he could have written his poems on them. Jermery
  • Score: 0

11:06am Fri 13 Sep 13

Gaz Scott-Gaz Scott in a Marxist Squat-RickH-AlanPare-Bob Day-All 9 of me-I am a waster says...

Jermery wrote:
I see he got some paper trousers to wear-he could have written his poems on them.
Well, you say that but that is just an example of how environmentally friendly most of the assembled group are. We won't let this one go
[quote][p][bold]Jermery[/bold] wrote: I see he got some paper trousers to wear-he could have written his poems on them.[/p][/quote]Well, you say that but that is just an example of how environmentally friendly most of the assembled group are. We won't let this one go Gaz Scott-Gaz Scott in a Marxist Squat-RickH-AlanPare-Bob Day-All 9 of me-I am a waster
  • Score: 1

7:13am Sat 14 Sep 13

KarenT says...

Is anyone playing bongos there?
Is anyone playing bongos there? KarenT
  • Score: 0

2:48pm Sat 14 Sep 13

PorkBoat says...

I've heard the process of Fracking described as trying to get alcohol in a pub by extracting it from the carpets. Surely its an incredibly energy intensive process? By the time you've drilled, lined, fractured, refined and distributed its hard to see where the net fuel gain comes from? Has anyone considered this?
I've heard the process of Fracking described as trying to get alcohol in a pub by extracting it from the carpets. Surely its an incredibly energy intensive process? By the time you've drilled, lined, fractured, refined and distributed its hard to see where the net fuel gain comes from? Has anyone considered this? PorkBoat
  • Score: 1

8:23pm Sat 14 Sep 13

Gaz Scott-Gaz Scott in a Marxist Squat-RickH-AlanPare-Bob Day-All 9 of me-I am a waster says...

PorkBoat wrote:
I've heard the process of Fracking described as trying to get alcohol in a pub by extracting it from the carpets. Surely its an incredibly energy intensive process? By the time you've drilled, lined, fractured, refined and distributed its hard to see where the net fuel gain comes from? Has anyone considered this?
You know sweet fu£k all
[quote][p][bold]PorkBoat[/bold] wrote: I've heard the process of Fracking described as trying to get alcohol in a pub by extracting it from the carpets. Surely its an incredibly energy intensive process? By the time you've drilled, lined, fractured, refined and distributed its hard to see where the net fuel gain comes from? Has anyone considered this?[/p][/quote]You know sweet fu£k all Gaz Scott-Gaz Scott in a Marxist Squat-RickH-AlanPare-Bob Day-All 9 of me-I am a waster
  • Score: 1

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