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March for England 2014 route confirmed

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Next month's March for England is set to take place along last year's controversial seafront route - despite strong opposition.

Hundreds of nationalists and anti-fascist protesters are set to descend on Brighton and Hove for the event on April 27.

Last year's march saw battles across the city despite Sussex Police embarking on one of their largest ever operations, costing £500,000.

With the route stretching from the Aquarium roundabout to West Street, seafront traders were forced to either close or faced a severely disrupted service for the day.

It was hoped an alternative site could be found this year with the racecourse being among the suggestions.

Colin Burt, manager of two gift shops along King's Road, said: “We were given little notice last year. We tried to stay open but nobody could get to use. We lost out on pretty much a full day's trade.

“In this country we have the freedom to march and the freedom to say what we like.

“That is important and should be protected. But I also have the freedom to trade.”

Councillor Geoffrey Theobald, leader of the city council's Conservative group, last year issued a notice of motion calling on the event to be moved away from the city centre.

He said: “We are very much against this and I have emailed those in charge to say as much.

“I don't think it is appropriate in our city centre. This is our shop window and this event no doubt puts people off coming to our city and spending money.

“It's also a disastrous day for those businesses along the front.”

Adam Chinery, of Brighton Watersports in King's Road, added that while it was far from ideal at least businesses were safe.

He said: “There was a huge number of police on the seafront so we felt well protected.

“Groups looking for trouble went away from the main route and elsewhere in the city.

“We miss out on a day of business but at least we are protected.”

Superintendent Steve Whitton confirmed officers had been speaking to businesses ahead of next month's march.

He said: “We have been engaging with people to talk about arrangements, including the route, which is currently being planned to be along the seafront from the Aquarium roundabout to West Street.

“We will continue to talk to residents, businesses and community groups to ensure that, as far as possible, people can continue to go about their normal business and there is minimal disruption in the city.”

In January The Argus reported that nationalist and far-right groups has taken to social media websites to arrange the annual meet up.

Some members of the groups, such as the Casuals United and English Defence League, pledged violence.

 

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6:53am Tue 4 Mar 14

JHunty says...

Well the greens in the form of Ben Duncan invited demonstrators to this town promising them a welcome. When they decided they didn't like who came the greens stood shoulder to shoulder with the red fascists and we have had to watch as our town gets turned into a play ground for two sets of extremists that almost no one wants.
Cue Andy R telling us all how he single handedly saved Brighton from right wing, no facist, no Nazi hordes all the while singing comedy songs about St George whilst at the same time he tries to over throw our democratic system and replace it with communism. How is the fourth international going? Any takers yet?
Well the greens in the form of Ben Duncan invited demonstrators to this town promising them a welcome. When they decided they didn't like who came the greens stood shoulder to shoulder with the red fascists and we have had to watch as our town gets turned into a play ground for two sets of extremists that almost no one wants. Cue Andy R telling us all how he single handedly saved Brighton from right wing, no facist, no Nazi hordes all the while singing comedy songs about St George whilst at the same time he tries to over throw our democratic system and replace it with communism. How is the fourth international going? Any takers yet? JHunty
  • Score: 3

6:54am Tue 4 Mar 14

juleshove says...

Totally inappropriate for our city. Both sides have extremists in their ranks. I don't know anyone who lives in our lovely city who actually wants this march to go ahead. Yet again another tiny minority interest event forced upon the vast majority by the idiotic green party. Another good reason to say goodbye and good riddance to the Greens on voting day.
Totally inappropriate for our city. Both sides have extremists in their ranks. I don't know anyone who lives in our lovely city who actually wants this march to go ahead. Yet again another tiny minority interest event forced upon the vast majority by the idiotic green party. Another good reason to say goodbye and good riddance to the Greens on voting day. juleshove
  • Score: 20

7:45am Tue 4 Mar 14

Fight_Back says...

Oh good - so yet again we have to pay huge police costs just so one group of right wing brainless knuckle dragging morons can fight with a group of left wing brainless knuckle dragging morons.
Oh good - so yet again we have to pay huge police costs just so one group of right wing brainless knuckle dragging morons can fight with a group of left wing brainless knuckle dragging morons. Fight_Back
  • Score: 20

7:51am Tue 4 Mar 14

Eugenius says...

They've been holding this racist march since 2008. They're not at all welcome but the council has to take police advice on safety. Announcing a ban would have little effect in practice, and the risk of trying to corral them away from the city centre is that this managed event would be used as a decoy with the main group still heading into town for a fight.
They've been holding this racist march since 2008. They're not at all welcome but the council has to take police advice on safety. Announcing a ban would have little effect in practice, and the risk of trying to corral them away from the city centre is that this managed event would be used as a decoy with the main group still heading into town for a fight. Eugenius
  • Score: -6

8:59am Tue 4 Mar 14

asbojim says...

on another point,
i see the greens and especially KITCRAPS mates have parked up at black rock, madeira drive again, i walked past yesterday and it was utterly disgusting, rubbish everywhere including gas bottles dumped,
not only are the scum parked illegally again but they have severely damaged the barrier to the car park entrance so this will cost thousands to repair and thats on top of the thousands of pounds these idiot greens will be chucking at them

greens out NOW
on another point, i see the greens and especially KITCRAPS mates have parked up at black rock, madeira drive again, i walked past yesterday and it was utterly disgusting, rubbish everywhere including gas bottles dumped, not only are the scum parked illegally again but they have severely damaged the barrier to the car park entrance so this will cost thousands to repair and thats on top of the thousands of pounds these idiot greens will be chucking at them greens out NOW asbojim
  • Score: 13

9:15am Tue 4 Mar 14

Eugenius says...

asbojim wrote:
on another point,
i see the greens and especially KITCRAPS mates have parked up at black rock, madeira drive again, i walked past yesterday and it was utterly disgusting, rubbish everywhere including gas bottles dumped,
not only are the scum parked illegally again but they have severely damaged the barrier to the car park entrance so this will cost thousands to repair and thats on top of the thousands of pounds these idiot greens will be chucking at them

greens out NOW
Hope you realise that cutting the budget in this area as Labour and Tories propose won't actually solve the problem, it will actually make it harder to move them on and to repair any damage.
[quote][p][bold]asbojim[/bold] wrote: on another point, i see the greens and especially KITCRAPS mates have parked up at black rock, madeira drive again, i walked past yesterday and it was utterly disgusting, rubbish everywhere including gas bottles dumped, not only are the scum parked illegally again but they have severely damaged the barrier to the car park entrance so this will cost thousands to repair and thats on top of the thousands of pounds these idiot greens will be chucking at them greens out NOW[/p][/quote]Hope you realise that cutting the budget in this area as Labour and Tories propose won't actually solve the problem, it will actually make it harder to move them on and to repair any damage. Eugenius
  • Score: -21

9:28am Tue 4 Mar 14

Saltdean Resident says...

JHunty wrote:
Well the greens in the form of Ben Duncan invited demonstrators to this town promising them a welcome. When they decided they didn't like who came the greens stood shoulder to shoulder with the red fascists and we have had to watch as our town gets turned into a play ground for two sets of extremists that almost no one wants.
Cue Andy R telling us all how he single handedly saved Brighton from right wing, no facist, no Nazi hordes all the while singing comedy songs about St George whilst at the same time he tries to over throw our democratic system and replace it with communism. How is the fourth international going? Any takers yet?
This march started in Brighton way before the Greens came to power, i can remember when they used to use the King and Queen and there was a line of police all along the old steine, that must have been about 6 or 7 years ago.
[quote][p][bold]JHunty[/bold] wrote: Well the greens in the form of Ben Duncan invited demonstrators to this town promising them a welcome. When they decided they didn't like who came the greens stood shoulder to shoulder with the red fascists and we have had to watch as our town gets turned into a play ground for two sets of extremists that almost no one wants. Cue Andy R telling us all how he single handedly saved Brighton from right wing, no facist, no Nazi hordes all the while singing comedy songs about St George whilst at the same time he tries to over throw our democratic system and replace it with communism. How is the fourth international going? Any takers yet?[/p][/quote]This march started in Brighton way before the Greens came to power, i can remember when they used to use the King and Queen and there was a line of police all along the old steine, that must have been about 6 or 7 years ago. Saltdean Resident
  • Score: 18

10:56am Tue 4 Mar 14

Fight_Back says...

Eugenius wrote:
asbojim wrote:
on another point,
i see the greens and especially KITCRAPS mates have parked up at black rock, madeira drive again, i walked past yesterday and it was utterly disgusting, rubbish everywhere including gas bottles dumped,
not only are the scum parked illegally again but they have severely damaged the barrier to the car park entrance so this will cost thousands to repair and thats on top of the thousands of pounds these idiot greens will be chucking at them

greens out NOW
Hope you realise that cutting the budget in this area as Labour and Tories propose won't actually solve the problem, it will actually make it harder to move them on and to repair any damage.
If the council bothered to issue a section 61 within the first 24 hours then the budget for travellers could actually be cut. Unfortunately for the Greens, Liz Wakefield's speech last Thursday highlighted how much you want to support this group rather than deal with the illegal actions.
[quote][p][bold]Eugenius[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]asbojim[/bold] wrote: on another point, i see the greens and especially KITCRAPS mates have parked up at black rock, madeira drive again, i walked past yesterday and it was utterly disgusting, rubbish everywhere including gas bottles dumped, not only are the scum parked illegally again but they have severely damaged the barrier to the car park entrance so this will cost thousands to repair and thats on top of the thousands of pounds these idiot greens will be chucking at them greens out NOW[/p][/quote]Hope you realise that cutting the budget in this area as Labour and Tories propose won't actually solve the problem, it will actually make it harder to move them on and to repair any damage.[/p][/quote]If the council bothered to issue a section 61 within the first 24 hours then the budget for travellers could actually be cut. Unfortunately for the Greens, Liz Wakefield's speech last Thursday highlighted how much you want to support this group rather than deal with the illegal actions. Fight_Back
  • Score: 11

12:38pm Tue 4 Mar 14

thevoiceoftruth says...

March for England supporters obviously haven't noticed this story yet. Just waiting for their illiterate ramblings about 'saving are country from muslamics.'
March for England supporters obviously haven't noticed this story yet. Just waiting for their illiterate ramblings about 'saving are country from muslamics.' thevoiceoftruth
  • Score: 0

1:22pm Tue 4 Mar 14

qm says...

What on earth is a "muslamic"? Donal Colm Eoin Bin Laden?
What on earth is a "muslamic"? Donal Colm Eoin Bin Laden? qm
  • Score: 4

2:13pm Tue 4 Mar 14

ronrostog says...

Ah, the annual meeting of a group of mostly heading to or already middle-aged blokes on the sauce yelling 'ingerland' v the mostly studently or younger lads in black who, along with lots of self righteous middle-class ****, will yell 'fascist scum' and outnumber the other mob by 5-1. Comfy in my own skin I am so never felt the need to march for my birth country and it would be a much happier day for Brighton if they went elsewhere. However, if it annoys the Unite Against Anything That I Don't Agree With Unless It's Left-Wing brigade and Caroline 'I'm still a silly little student' Lucas then it may just be worth it.
Ah, the annual meeting of a group of mostly heading to or already middle-aged blokes on the sauce yelling 'ingerland' v the mostly studently or younger lads in black who, along with lots of self righteous middle-class ****, will yell 'fascist scum' and outnumber the other mob by 5-1. Comfy in my own skin I am so never felt the need to march for my birth country and it would be a much happier day for Brighton if they went elsewhere. However, if it annoys the Unite Against Anything That I Don't Agree With Unless It's Left-Wing brigade and Caroline 'I'm still a silly little student' Lucas then it may just be worth it. ronrostog
  • Score: 5

3:45pm Tue 4 Mar 14

malcolm tester says...

the group south yorkshire casuals have pledged that they are 'bringing our own brand of mayhem to the left wing scum of antifa and UAF' (despite the fact that antifa ceased to exist about 10 years ago). may i also suggest that if they do not like the people of brighton that much, then they should save their bus fare. i don't like partially-witted repeat offenders from south yorkshire which is why i dont go there. this is just attention seeking of a juvenile manner.
the group south yorkshire casuals have pledged that they are 'bringing our own brand of mayhem to the left wing scum of antifa and UAF' (despite the fact that antifa ceased to exist about 10 years ago). may i also suggest that if they do not like the people of brighton that much, then they should save their bus fare. i don't like partially-witted repeat offenders from south yorkshire which is why i dont go there. this is just attention seeking of a juvenile manner. malcolm tester
  • Score: 7

3:58pm Tue 4 Mar 14

PorkyChopper says...

Can't they slyly divert both groups to say, about 3 miles offshore? Anyone who manages to get back to the beach gets a free train ticket back home.
Can't they slyly divert both groups to say, about 3 miles offshore? Anyone who manages to get back to the beach gets a free train ticket back home. PorkyChopper
  • Score: 5

7:48pm Tue 4 Mar 14

Idontbelieveit1948 says...

asbojim wrote:
on another point,
i see the greens and especially KITCRAPS mates have parked up at black rock, madeira drive again, i walked past yesterday and it was utterly disgusting, rubbish everywhere including gas bottles dumped,
not only are the scum parked illegally again but they have severely damaged the barrier to the car park entrance so this will cost thousands to repair and thats on top of the thousands of pounds these idiot greens will be chucking at them

greens out NOW
Perhaps we can send the March for England out that way and solve two problems at once as it were !
[quote][p][bold]asbojim[/bold] wrote: on another point, i see the greens and especially KITCRAPS mates have parked up at black rock, madeira drive again, i walked past yesterday and it was utterly disgusting, rubbish everywhere including gas bottles dumped, not only are the scum parked illegally again but they have severely damaged the barrier to the car park entrance so this will cost thousands to repair and thats on top of the thousands of pounds these idiot greens will be chucking at them greens out NOW[/p][/quote]Perhaps we can send the March for England out that way and solve two problems at once as it were ! Idontbelieveit1948
  • Score: -3

8:39pm Tue 4 Mar 14

slick1765 says...

Can't wait to march for the Patron saint of England. Should be a cracking day with the Infidels. Oh I do like a day out by the sea :D
Can't wait to march for the Patron saint of England. Should be a cracking day with the Infidels. Oh I do like a day out by the sea :D slick1765
  • Score: 4

10:50am Wed 5 Mar 14

Andy R says...

thevoiceoftruth wrote:
March for England supporters obviously haven't noticed this story yet. Just waiting for their illiterate ramblings about 'saving are country from muslamics.'
Indeed. "Respect are-country, Speek English" and "Pull down that massive mosque at the bottom of Edward St" will be the key slogans.
[quote][p][bold]thevoiceoftruth[/bold] wrote: March for England supporters obviously haven't noticed this story yet. Just waiting for their illiterate ramblings about 'saving are country from muslamics.'[/p][/quote]Indeed. "Respect are-country, Speek English" and "Pull down that massive mosque at the bottom of Edward St" will be the key slogans. Andy R
  • Score: 4

11:06am Wed 5 Mar 14

thevoiceoftruth says...

slick1765 wrote:
Can't wait to march for the Patron saint of England. Should be a cracking day with the Infidels. Oh I do like a day out by the sea :D
Where do you live slick? While you are here on your tourist visa, can you also celebrate the patron saint of India, Palestine, Iraq, Lebanon, Romania, Greece, Ethiopia etc?
[quote][p][bold]slick1765[/bold] wrote: Can't wait to march for the Patron saint of England. Should be a cracking day with the Infidels. Oh I do like a day out by the sea :D[/p][/quote]Where do you live slick? While you are here on your tourist visa, can you also celebrate the patron saint of India, Palestine, Iraq, Lebanon, Romania, Greece, Ethiopia etc? thevoiceoftruth
  • Score: 1

2:49pm Wed 5 Mar 14

spa301 says...

Doesn't a year pass quick? Only seems yesterday that this comments section was alive with the insults and threats from the right and left with the vast level headed middle left shaking their heads at the whole shabby mess. Spring is in the air.
Doesn't a year pass quick? Only seems yesterday that this comments section was alive with the insults and threats from the right and left with the vast level headed middle left shaking their heads at the whole shabby mess. Spring is in the air. spa301
  • Score: 0

3:41pm Wed 5 Mar 14

Arrggh says...

I would love to know the criteria by which last year was judged a success. Hundreds of thousands wasted on an unnecessary police operation- if it really is about free speech let them gather away from the town centre in a place that is easier to steward. At least as much lost by local businesses as a result of most visitors avoiding the seafront.
I say most because about one hundred and fifty at most will be given a mobile kettle at tax-payers expense even after again promising violence in the run up. If this was a football match with thousands attending I could understand ensuring that it goes ahead. The numbers turning up will probably be smaller as the far-right is imploding- lets hope this is the last.
I would love to know the criteria by which last year was judged a success. Hundreds of thousands wasted on an unnecessary police operation- if it really is about free speech let them gather away from the town centre in a place that is easier to steward. At least as much lost by local businesses as a result of most visitors avoiding the seafront. I say most because about one hundred and fifty at most will be given a mobile kettle at tax-payers expense even after again promising violence in the run up. If this was a football match with thousands attending I could understand ensuring that it goes ahead. The numbers turning up will probably be smaller as the far-right is imploding- lets hope this is the last. Arrggh
  • Score: -1

6:53pm Wed 5 Mar 14

Andy R says...

Saltdean Resident wrote:
JHunty wrote:
Well the greens in the form of Ben Duncan invited demonstrators to this town promising them a welcome. When they decided they didn't like who came the greens stood shoulder to shoulder with the red fascists and we have had to watch as our town gets turned into a play ground for two sets of extremists that almost no one wants.
Cue Andy R telling us all how he single handedly saved Brighton from right wing, no facist, no Nazi hordes all the while singing comedy songs about St George whilst at the same time he tries to over throw our democratic system and replace it with communism. How is the fourth international going? Any takers yet?
This march started in Brighton way before the Greens came to power, i can remember when they used to use the King and Queen and there was a line of police all along the old steine, that must have been about 6 or 7 years ago.
Correct, but don't expect JHunty to know what he's talking about. Nowadays he just cuts and pastes the same old drivel from one post to the next.
[quote][p][bold]Saltdean Resident[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]JHunty[/bold] wrote: Well the greens in the form of Ben Duncan invited demonstrators to this town promising them a welcome. When they decided they didn't like who came the greens stood shoulder to shoulder with the red fascists and we have had to watch as our town gets turned into a play ground for two sets of extremists that almost no one wants. Cue Andy R telling us all how he single handedly saved Brighton from right wing, no facist, no Nazi hordes all the while singing comedy songs about St George whilst at the same time he tries to over throw our democratic system and replace it with communism. How is the fourth international going? Any takers yet?[/p][/quote]This march started in Brighton way before the Greens came to power, i can remember when they used to use the King and Queen and there was a line of police all along the old steine, that must have been about 6 or 7 years ago.[/p][/quote]Correct, but don't expect JHunty to know what he's talking about. Nowadays he just cuts and pastes the same old drivel from one post to the next. Andy R
  • Score: -1

9:11pm Wed 5 Mar 14

tez1959 says...

as long as theres no violence the protesters are only speaking up for the vast majority of this country where as the government and all the local councils throughout this country are to scared to speak up and say what they really would love to say .. its funny how other fanatics in this country can protest and knowone says boo to a goose about it .
as long as theres no violence the protesters are only speaking up for the vast majority of this country where as the government and all the local councils throughout this country are to scared to speak up and say what they really would love to say .. its funny how other fanatics in this country can protest and knowone says boo to a goose about it . tez1959
  • Score: 1

9:52pm Wed 5 Mar 14

Arrggh says...

tez1959 wrote:
as long as theres no violence the protesters are only speaking up for the vast majority of this country where as the government and all the local councils throughout this country are to scared to speak up and say what they really would love to say .. its funny how other fanatics in this country can protest and knowone says boo to a goose about it .
They always claim to be the majority so why such a tiny turnout? Would you support other fanatics being given such expensive help by the police, or just right-wing ones? What are they protesting about? Why so many threats to bash the reds?
[quote][p][bold]tez1959[/bold] wrote: as long as theres no violence the protesters are only speaking up for the vast majority of this country where as the government and all the local councils throughout this country are to scared to speak up and say what they really would love to say .. its funny how other fanatics in this country can protest and knowone says boo to a goose about it .[/p][/quote]They always claim to be the majority so why such a tiny turnout? Would you support other fanatics being given such expensive help by the police, or just right-wing ones? What are they protesting about? Why so many threats to bash the reds? Arrggh
  • Score: 3

10:10pm Tue 11 Mar 14

malcolm tester says...

this article shows that these fascists have no intention of having a 'peaceeful family st george's day out. they are threatening violence! why are they allowed here?
http://malatesta32.w
ordpress.com/2014/03
/10/march-for-eejits
-2014/
this article shows that these fascists have no intention of having a 'peaceeful family st george's day out. they are threatening violence! why are they allowed here? http://malatesta32.w ordpress.com/2014/03 /10/march-for-eejits -2014/ malcolm tester
  • Score: 0

10:28am Thu 20 Mar 14

St.Dunstan says...

thevoiceoftruth wrote:
slick1765 wrote:
Can't wait to march for the Patron saint of England. Should be a cracking day with the Infidels. Oh I do like a day out by the sea :D
Where do you live slick? While you are here on your tourist visa, can you also celebrate the patron saint of India, Palestine, Iraq, Lebanon, Romania, Greece, Ethiopia etc?
The day is for the celebration of St George as part of English culture. Yes, I know you made the comment to suggest that the saint is celebrated by others non-English, but even in that attempt you got it wrong. I'll leave it to you to figure out and correct your mistake.

To those taking part in the march in celebration of St George; I wish you all stay safe and have as much fun as is possible whilst surrounded by the minions of the devil. Just please don't spoil it by reacting to their twisted baits for violence.
[quote][p][bold]thevoiceoftruth[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slick1765[/bold] wrote: Can't wait to march for the Patron saint of England. Should be a cracking day with the Infidels. Oh I do like a day out by the sea :D[/p][/quote]Where do you live slick? While you are here on your tourist visa, can you also celebrate the patron saint of India, Palestine, Iraq, Lebanon, Romania, Greece, Ethiopia etc?[/p][/quote]The day is for the celebration of St George as part of English culture. Yes, I know you made the comment to suggest that the saint is celebrated by others non-English, but even in that attempt you got it wrong. I'll leave it to you to figure out and correct your mistake. To those taking part in the march in celebration of St George; I wish you all stay safe and have as much fun as is possible whilst surrounded by the minions of the devil. Just please don't spoil it by reacting to their twisted baits for violence. St.Dunstan
  • Score: 1

11:57am Sat 22 Mar 14

Arrggh says...

St.Dunstan wrote:
thevoiceoftruth wrote:
slick1765 wrote:
Can't wait to march for the Patron saint of England. Should be a cracking day with the Infidels. Oh I do like a day out by the sea :D
Where do you live slick? While you are here on your tourist visa, can you also celebrate the patron saint of India, Palestine, Iraq, Lebanon, Romania, Greece, Ethiopia etc?
The day is for the celebration of St George as part of English culture. Yes, I know you made the comment to suggest that the saint is celebrated by others non-English, but even in that attempt you got it wrong. I'll leave it to you to figure out and correct your mistake.

To those taking part in the march in celebration of St George; I wish you all stay safe and have as much fun as is possible whilst surrounded by the minions of the devil. Just please don't spoil it by reacting to their twisted baits for violence.
There have been threats of violence from those wanting to smash the reds on their day out. If this was a football match with as many threats it would either be played without spectators or cancelled.
How will those attending identify reds? Anyone they think looks a bit different.
Stay safe you say- they will have an escort at a ratio of four policemen for every marcher- can you see that happening at any lefty protest?
[quote][p][bold]St.Dunstan[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thevoiceoftruth[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slick1765[/bold] wrote: Can't wait to march for the Patron saint of England. Should be a cracking day with the Infidels. Oh I do like a day out by the sea :D[/p][/quote]Where do you live slick? While you are here on your tourist visa, can you also celebrate the patron saint of India, Palestine, Iraq, Lebanon, Romania, Greece, Ethiopia etc?[/p][/quote]The day is for the celebration of St George as part of English culture. Yes, I know you made the comment to suggest that the saint is celebrated by others non-English, but even in that attempt you got it wrong. I'll leave it to you to figure out and correct your mistake. To those taking part in the march in celebration of St George; I wish you all stay safe and have as much fun as is possible whilst surrounded by the minions of the devil. Just please don't spoil it by reacting to their twisted baits for violence.[/p][/quote]There have been threats of violence from those wanting to smash the reds on their day out. If this was a football match with as many threats it would either be played without spectators or cancelled. How will those attending identify reds? Anyone they think looks a bit different. Stay safe you say- they will have an escort at a ratio of four policemen for every marcher- can you see that happening at any lefty protest? Arrggh
  • Score: 0

2:12pm Mon 24 Mar 14

St.Dunstan says...

Arrggh wrote:
St.Dunstan wrote:
thevoiceoftruth wrote:
slick1765 wrote:
Can't wait to march for the Patron saint of England. Should be a cracking day with the Infidels. Oh I do like a day out by the sea :D
Where do you live slick? While you are here on your tourist visa, can you also celebrate the patron saint of India, Palestine, Iraq, Lebanon, Romania, Greece, Ethiopia etc?
The day is for the celebration of St George as part of English culture. Yes, I know you made the comment to suggest that the saint is celebrated by others non-English, but even in that attempt you got it wrong. I'll leave it to you to figure out and correct your mistake.

To those taking part in the march in celebration of St George; I wish you all stay safe and have as much fun as is possible whilst surrounded by the minions of the devil. Just please don't spoil it by reacting to their twisted baits for violence.
There have been threats of violence from those wanting to smash the reds on their day out. If this was a football match with as many threats it would either be played without spectators or cancelled.
How will those attending identify reds? Anyone they think looks a bit different.
Stay safe you say- they will have an escort at a ratio of four policemen for every marcher- can you see that happening at any lefty protest?
You really can't miss the Reds when they are out to spoil the traditions and cultural celebrations of England. It's the look of hate on their faces that really make them stick out like a sore thumb. Yes, the street goes two ways, but the hate of the rest is often a reaction to the biased hatred emanating from the Reds. In a sane and democratic society, the marchers wouldn't need a police escort, but those days are long gone and the hatred of the English, culture and religion is firmly entrenched and fed by those who really should know better. Regards to you. All the best.
[quote][p][bold]Arrggh[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St.Dunstan[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thevoiceoftruth[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slick1765[/bold] wrote: Can't wait to march for the Patron saint of England. Should be a cracking day with the Infidels. Oh I do like a day out by the sea :D[/p][/quote]Where do you live slick? While you are here on your tourist visa, can you also celebrate the patron saint of India, Palestine, Iraq, Lebanon, Romania, Greece, Ethiopia etc?[/p][/quote]The day is for the celebration of St George as part of English culture. Yes, I know you made the comment to suggest that the saint is celebrated by others non-English, but even in that attempt you got it wrong. I'll leave it to you to figure out and correct your mistake. To those taking part in the march in celebration of St George; I wish you all stay safe and have as much fun as is possible whilst surrounded by the minions of the devil. Just please don't spoil it by reacting to their twisted baits for violence.[/p][/quote]There have been threats of violence from those wanting to smash the reds on their day out. If this was a football match with as many threats it would either be played without spectators or cancelled. How will those attending identify reds? Anyone they think looks a bit different. Stay safe you say- they will have an escort at a ratio of four policemen for every marcher- can you see that happening at any lefty protest?[/p][/quote]You really can't miss the Reds when they are out to spoil the traditions and cultural celebrations of England. It's the look of hate on their faces that really make them stick out like a sore thumb. Yes, the street goes two ways, but the hate of the rest is often a reaction to the biased hatred emanating from the Reds. In a sane and democratic society, the marchers wouldn't need a police escort, but those days are long gone and the hatred of the English, culture and religion is firmly entrenched and fed by those who really should know better. Regards to you. All the best. St.Dunstan
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5:21am Wed 26 Mar 14

Arrggh says...

St.Dunstan wrote:
Arrggh wrote:
St.Dunstan wrote:
thevoiceoftruth wrote:
slick1765 wrote:
Can't wait to march for the Patron saint of England. Should be a cracking day with the Infidels. Oh I do like a day out by the sea :D
Where do you live slick? While you are here on your tourist visa, can you also celebrate the patron saint of India, Palestine, Iraq, Lebanon, Romania, Greece, Ethiopia etc?
The day is for the celebration of St George as part of English culture. Yes, I know you made the comment to suggest that the saint is celebrated by others non-English, but even in that attempt you got it wrong. I'll leave it to you to figure out and correct your mistake.

To those taking part in the march in celebration of St George; I wish you all stay safe and have as much fun as is possible whilst surrounded by the minions of the devil. Just please don't spoil it by reacting to their twisted baits for violence.
There have been threats of violence from those wanting to smash the reds on their day out. If this was a football match with as many threats it would either be played without spectators or cancelled.
How will those attending identify reds? Anyone they think looks a bit different.
Stay safe you say- they will have an escort at a ratio of four policemen for every marcher- can you see that happening at any lefty protest?
You really can't miss the Reds when they are out to spoil the traditions and cultural celebrations of England. It's the look of hate on their faces that really make them stick out like a sore thumb. Yes, the street goes two ways, but the hate of the rest is often a reaction to the biased hatred emanating from the Reds. In a sane and democratic society, the marchers wouldn't need a police escort, but those days are long gone and the hatred of the English, culture and religion is firmly entrenched and fed by those who really should know better. Regards to you. All the best.
Just so that anyone just on a day out wants to be sure they aren't mistaken for a red- how would they manage that?
For two hundred people on a lefty march- can you imagine that kind of assistance from the police?
Either people agree with you or they are anti-English- doesn't sound very open minded.
[quote][p][bold]St.Dunstan[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Arrggh[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St.Dunstan[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thevoiceoftruth[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slick1765[/bold] wrote: Can't wait to march for the Patron saint of England. Should be a cracking day with the Infidels. Oh I do like a day out by the sea :D[/p][/quote]Where do you live slick? While you are here on your tourist visa, can you also celebrate the patron saint of India, Palestine, Iraq, Lebanon, Romania, Greece, Ethiopia etc?[/p][/quote]The day is for the celebration of St George as part of English culture. Yes, I know you made the comment to suggest that the saint is celebrated by others non-English, but even in that attempt you got it wrong. I'll leave it to you to figure out and correct your mistake. To those taking part in the march in celebration of St George; I wish you all stay safe and have as much fun as is possible whilst surrounded by the minions of the devil. Just please don't spoil it by reacting to their twisted baits for violence.[/p][/quote]There have been threats of violence from those wanting to smash the reds on their day out. If this was a football match with as many threats it would either be played without spectators or cancelled. How will those attending identify reds? Anyone they think looks a bit different. Stay safe you say- they will have an escort at a ratio of four policemen for every marcher- can you see that happening at any lefty protest?[/p][/quote]You really can't miss the Reds when they are out to spoil the traditions and cultural celebrations of England. It's the look of hate on their faces that really make them stick out like a sore thumb. Yes, the street goes two ways, but the hate of the rest is often a reaction to the biased hatred emanating from the Reds. In a sane and democratic society, the marchers wouldn't need a police escort, but those days are long gone and the hatred of the English, culture and religion is firmly entrenched and fed by those who really should know better. Regards to you. All the best.[/p][/quote]Just so that anyone just on a day out wants to be sure they aren't mistaken for a red- how would they manage that? For two hundred people on a lefty march- can you imagine that kind of assistance from the police? Either people agree with you or they are anti-English- doesn't sound very open minded. Arrggh
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3:32pm Thu 27 Mar 14

St.Dunstan says...

Arrggh wrote:
St.Dunstan wrote:
Arrggh wrote:
St.Dunstan wrote:
thevoiceoftruth wrote:
slick1765 wrote:
Can't wait to march for the Patron saint of England. Should be a cracking day with the Infidels. Oh I do like a day out by the sea :D
Where do you live slick? While you are here on your tourist visa, can you also celebrate the patron saint of India, Palestine, Iraq, Lebanon, Romania, Greece, Ethiopia etc?
The day is for the celebration of St George as part of English culture. Yes, I know you made the comment to suggest that the saint is celebrated by others non-English, but even in that attempt you got it wrong. I'll leave it to you to figure out and correct your mistake.

To those taking part in the march in celebration of St George; I wish you all stay safe and have as much fun as is possible whilst surrounded by the minions of the devil. Just please don't spoil it by reacting to their twisted baits for violence.
There have been threats of violence from those wanting to smash the reds on their day out. If this was a football match with as many threats it would either be played without spectators or cancelled.
How will those attending identify reds? Anyone they think looks a bit different.
Stay safe you say- they will have an escort at a ratio of four policemen for every marcher- can you see that happening at any lefty protest?
You really can't miss the Reds when they are out to spoil the traditions and cultural celebrations of England. It's the look of hate on their faces that really make them stick out like a sore thumb. Yes, the street goes two ways, but the hate of the rest is often a reaction to the biased hatred emanating from the Reds. In a sane and democratic society, the marchers wouldn't need a police escort, but those days are long gone and the hatred of the English, culture and religion is firmly entrenched and fed by those who really should know better. Regards to you. All the best.
Just so that anyone just on a day out wants to be sure they aren't mistaken for a red- how would they manage that?
For two hundred people on a lefty march- can you imagine that kind of assistance from the police?
Either people agree with you or they are anti-English- doesn't sound very open minded.
I'd suggest not to be near those who are shouting vile abuse and being bigoted towards an English celebration. Quite simple really. Much like your parents would tell you not to hang about with such and such as a child lest you be condemned alongside them.
[quote][p][bold]Arrggh[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St.Dunstan[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Arrggh[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St.Dunstan[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thevoiceoftruth[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slick1765[/bold] wrote: Can't wait to march for the Patron saint of England. Should be a cracking day with the Infidels. Oh I do like a day out by the sea :D[/p][/quote]Where do you live slick? While you are here on your tourist visa, can you also celebrate the patron saint of India, Palestine, Iraq, Lebanon, Romania, Greece, Ethiopia etc?[/p][/quote]The day is for the celebration of St George as part of English culture. Yes, I know you made the comment to suggest that the saint is celebrated by others non-English, but even in that attempt you got it wrong. I'll leave it to you to figure out and correct your mistake. To those taking part in the march in celebration of St George; I wish you all stay safe and have as much fun as is possible whilst surrounded by the minions of the devil. Just please don't spoil it by reacting to their twisted baits for violence.[/p][/quote]There have been threats of violence from those wanting to smash the reds on their day out. If this was a football match with as many threats it would either be played without spectators or cancelled. How will those attending identify reds? Anyone they think looks a bit different. Stay safe you say- they will have an escort at a ratio of four policemen for every marcher- can you see that happening at any lefty protest?[/p][/quote]You really can't miss the Reds when they are out to spoil the traditions and cultural celebrations of England. It's the look of hate on their faces that really make them stick out like a sore thumb. Yes, the street goes two ways, but the hate of the rest is often a reaction to the biased hatred emanating from the Reds. In a sane and democratic society, the marchers wouldn't need a police escort, but those days are long gone and the hatred of the English, culture and religion is firmly entrenched and fed by those who really should know better. Regards to you. All the best.[/p][/quote]Just so that anyone just on a day out wants to be sure they aren't mistaken for a red- how would they manage that? For two hundred people on a lefty march- can you imagine that kind of assistance from the police? Either people agree with you or they are anti-English- doesn't sound very open minded.[/p][/quote]I'd suggest not to be near those who are shouting vile abuse and being bigoted towards an English celebration. Quite simple really. Much like your parents would tell you not to hang about with such and such as a child lest you be condemned alongside them. St.Dunstan
  • Score: 1

4:44pm Thu 27 Mar 14

Arrggh says...

St.Dunstan wrote:
Arrggh wrote:
St.Dunstan wrote:
Arrggh wrote:
St.Dunstan wrote:
thevoiceoftruth wrote:
slick1765 wrote:
Can't wait to march for the Patron saint of England. Should be a cracking day with the Infidels. Oh I do like a day out by the sea :D
Where do you live slick? While you are here on your tourist visa, can you also celebrate the patron saint of India, Palestine, Iraq, Lebanon, Romania, Greece, Ethiopia etc?
The day is for the celebration of St George as part of English culture. Yes, I know you made the comment to suggest that the saint is celebrated by others non-English, but even in that attempt you got it wrong. I'll leave it to you to figure out and correct your mistake.

To those taking part in the march in celebration of St George; I wish you all stay safe and have as much fun as is possible whilst surrounded by the minions of the devil. Just please don't spoil it by reacting to their twisted baits for violence.
There have been threats of violence from those wanting to smash the reds on their day out. If this was a football match with as many threats it would either be played without spectators or cancelled.
How will those attending identify reds? Anyone they think looks a bit different.
Stay safe you say- they will have an escort at a ratio of four policemen for every marcher- can you see that happening at any lefty protest?
You really can't miss the Reds when they are out to spoil the traditions and cultural celebrations of England. It's the look of hate on their faces that really make them stick out like a sore thumb. Yes, the street goes two ways, but the hate of the rest is often a reaction to the biased hatred emanating from the Reds. In a sane and democratic society, the marchers wouldn't need a police escort, but those days are long gone and the hatred of the English, culture and religion is firmly entrenched and fed by those who really should know better. Regards to you. All the best.
Just so that anyone just on a day out wants to be sure they aren't mistaken for a red- how would they manage that?
For two hundred people on a lefty march- can you imagine that kind of assistance from the police?
Either people agree with you or they are anti-English- doesn't sound very open minded.
I'd suggest not to be near those who are shouting vile abuse and being bigoted towards an English celebration. Quite simple really. Much like your parents would tell you not to hang about with such and such as a child lest you be condemned alongside them.
So less than two hundred visitors will result in the entire city and tourists avoiding the sea front. Why can't they gather outside of the centre? Easier to police and less disruption.
I ask the question 'could you see a lefty march getting similar help from the police?' because if not then this isn't a matter of free speech.
My parents told me not to hang around with violent bigots who shout things like 'your mother was a camel' at folk they disagree with. The bloke was from Kent so that was not the most successful insult.
[quote][p][bold]St.Dunstan[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Arrggh[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St.Dunstan[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Arrggh[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]St.Dunstan[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thevoiceoftruth[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]slick1765[/bold] wrote: Can't wait to march for the Patron saint of England. Should be a cracking day with the Infidels. Oh I do like a day out by the sea :D[/p][/quote]Where do you live slick? While you are here on your tourist visa, can you also celebrate the patron saint of India, Palestine, Iraq, Lebanon, Romania, Greece, Ethiopia etc?[/p][/quote]The day is for the celebration of St George as part of English culture. Yes, I know you made the comment to suggest that the saint is celebrated by others non-English, but even in that attempt you got it wrong. I'll leave it to you to figure out and correct your mistake. To those taking part in the march in celebration of St George; I wish you all stay safe and have as much fun as is possible whilst surrounded by the minions of the devil. Just please don't spoil it by reacting to their twisted baits for violence.[/p][/quote]There have been threats of violence from those wanting to smash the reds on their day out. If this was a football match with as many threats it would either be played without spectators or cancelled. How will those attending identify reds? Anyone they think looks a bit different. Stay safe you say- they will have an escort at a ratio of four policemen for every marcher- can you see that happening at any lefty protest?[/p][/quote]You really can't miss the Reds when they are out to spoil the traditions and cultural celebrations of England. It's the look of hate on their faces that really make them stick out like a sore thumb. Yes, the street goes two ways, but the hate of the rest is often a reaction to the biased hatred emanating from the Reds. In a sane and democratic society, the marchers wouldn't need a police escort, but those days are long gone and the hatred of the English, culture and religion is firmly entrenched and fed by those who really should know better. Regards to you. All the best.[/p][/quote]Just so that anyone just on a day out wants to be sure they aren't mistaken for a red- how would they manage that? For two hundred people on a lefty march- can you imagine that kind of assistance from the police? Either people agree with you or they are anti-English- doesn't sound very open minded.[/p][/quote]I'd suggest not to be near those who are shouting vile abuse and being bigoted towards an English celebration. Quite simple really. Much like your parents would tell you not to hang about with such and such as a child lest you be condemned alongside them.[/p][/quote]So less than two hundred visitors will result in the entire city and tourists avoiding the sea front. Why can't they gather outside of the centre? Easier to police and less disruption. I ask the question 'could you see a lefty march getting similar help from the police?' because if not then this isn't a matter of free speech. My parents told me not to hang around with violent bigots who shout things like 'your mother was a camel' at folk they disagree with. The bloke was from Kent so that was not the most successful insult. Arrggh
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