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  • About 100 nationalists are in Brighton today to take part in this year's March for England
  • Scores of anti-fascists are also in the city to protest at the march, which they describe as racist
  • A ring of steel has been put up on roads leading up from the seafront into The Lanes in anticipation of trouble
  • There have been clashes in West Street, where nationalists and anti-fascists shouted at each other from either side of the street
  • The march is starting at 12.30pm from the bottom of Middle Street along the seafront to Pool Valley
  • The march itself has passed with little trouble - but there have been several clashes as the nationalists made their way back to Brighton Station
  • Queens Road came to a standstill and Brighton Station could not be accessed as both nationalists and anti-fascists were kettled by police
  • The marchers finally left Brighton at around 3pm. Skirmishes between police and anti-fascists are continuing.

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And with that, this liveblog is now closing. Come back tomorrow and we'll have more reaction for you. In the meantime, I hope you've found this liveblog useful and informative. 

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To decode some of the legal jargon, section 60AA relates to not uncovering your face when required to do so by a police officer. 

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Here are details 27 arrests:

  • A 39-year-old man from Halifax, West Yorkshire arrested for affray.
  • A 28-year-old man from Bristol arrested for affray.
  • A 28-year-old man from Tonbridge arrested for affray.
  • A 44-year-old woman from Hastings arrested for affray.
  • A 49-year-old man from Littlehampton arrested for ABH.
  • A 33-year-old man, of no fixed address arrested for offensive weapons.
  • A 49-year-old man from Littlehampton arrested for using threatening / abusive / insulting words / behaviour with intent to cause fear of / provoke unlawful violence
  • A 22-year-old man of no fixed address arrested for using threatening / abusive / insulting words / behaviour with intent to cause fear of / provoke unlawful violence.
  • A 22-year-old man from London arresting for failing to give officer name and address after acting in an anti-social manner.
  • A 32-year-old man from London arrested for common assault.
  • A 16-year-old boy from Brighton arrested failing to comply with section 60AA.
  • A 45-year-old man from Portsmouth arrested for affray.
  • A 21-year-old man from Sittingbourne arrested for affray.
  • A 41-year-old man from Brighton arrested for affray.
  • A 23-year-old man from Bodmin, Cornwall arrested for affray.
  • A 37-year-old man from Hove arrested for drunk and disorderly.
  • A 27-year-old woman from London arrested for violent disorder.
  • A 21-year-old man from Portsmouth arrested for drunk and disorderly.
  • A 39-year-old man from Fareham arrested for drunk and disorderly.
  • A 25-year-old man from Hove arrested for breach of section 14.
  • One woman is also in custody for failing to comply with section 60AA and one man has been arrested for obstructing an officer. Both are refusing to give their details.
  • One person has been arrested for a drug related offence and four people for public order offences.

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Sussex Police said that the march today passed without any significant incident. 

Supintendent Steve Whitton said: "The main march and counter protest passed relatively peacefully, with smaller numbers on both sides than previous years.  There were between 400 and 500 counter protesters and around 200 for the March for England.

"While there have been a few incidents around the city these were swiftly dealt with. There were a few minor injuries, and one person who was arrested was treated at hospital."

"Elsewhere around the city centre, there were small incidents of disorder, and there were people blocking the road to the station along Queen's Road and Surrey Street.

"During this time two police officers, working as protest liaison officers, were assaulted. Although they weren't injured they were knocked to the floor and had items thrown at them, leaving them extremely shaken.

"Thankfully there were no serious injuries and I am satisfied with the initial assessment of the way it was policed.

"However, I know there was disruption to the seafront and the city and it is very important we work in partnership with the businesses and city council to look at the impact it has for any future events.

"I would especially like to thank residents, traders and visitors for the their patience and co-operation and in particular our colleagues in local authorities, transport providers and other emergency services for their assistance.

"This was a significant policing operation, but I am satisfied that the results show that it was proportionate and appropriate in keeping the city relatively peaceful and free from serious disorder."

The march started around 12.30pm on the A259 at the junction with Middle Street and went as far as Pool Valley before returning.

Police officers from Sussex and Surrey were deployed on the operation with mutual aid officers attending from a dozen other forces, including police horse units.

Although the main operation concluded about 6.30pm, we will be keeping additional officers on in the city during the evening.

Sussex Police reported that 27 arrests had been made for offences including affray, ABH, possession of offensive weapons and other public order offences.

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Sussex Police say there have been 27 arrests made today in connection with the March for England. 

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Here's a video shot by someone inside the pub of the violence at the Dorset this afternoon:

And here's another taken from North Road by Mila Brazzi, who was almost hit by one of the flying glasses.

She told The Argus: “It was incredibly scary, I was shaking. I was over the other side of the road and just started filming. I didn’t think I was posing much of a threat so thought I would be fine.

“I think someone saw me filming and got a bit annoyed and they chucked a glass directly at me. It touched me, it was really close.”

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We're currently trying to get some video on the site of the fight outside the Dorset earlier this afternoon. While our servers groan under the pressure, here's some stills: 

The Argus:

 

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Sussex Police are investigating reports a female police liaison officer was knocked to the ground by protesters.

A spokeswoman for the force said she was knocked to the pavement and had items thrown at her.

She is not thought to be badly injured.

Reports suggest she had become separated from a colleague when she was set upon.
It is thought anti-fascist protesters were involved.

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And here's one of the kettle at Brighton Station earlier: 

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While we wait for official figures from Sussex Police to round off the liveblog, here's a video of some anti-fascist disco dancing on the seafront: 

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Sussex Police has just told us that there have been around 20 arrests in connection with today's march. The force will issue a definitive figure later today. 

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There's a rumour that the police have escorted the nationalist marchers to a pub in Coldean Lane. We've just spoken to the manager of the only pub in that road, who tells us there are no nationalists there. 

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Brighton Station has now reopened.

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A staff member at Infinity Foods opposite the Dorset pub has just contacted us to say their store was damaged too when nationalists and anti-fascists clashed there. 

Liz Cotton said: "We have had one of our windows smashed during a confrontation.

"We had to close the shop for a bit to clear up and everyone here is quite shocked at how quickly it all happened."

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Chris Ridges, manager of the Prince Albert pub, said: "We were blocked off for a little while, while the police cordoned off the road, but it's quite quiet now. 

"They've still cordoned off the road which goes up to the station but they seem to have slowed down a bit. 

"We just kept an eye on the door while it was getting a bit fraught."

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As I cautioned earlier, this tweet is from the anti-fascist protesters, so we cannot verify it ourselves at the moment.

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And one more: 

The Argus:

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Ruari's picture of the makeshift barrier on Queen's Road - more being uploaded to the picture gallery

 

The Argus:

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Ruari Barratt has just emailed to clarify Sam Hogbin's earlier tweet about the kettle outside Brighton station. He says: "At the moment counter-protesters are penned on three sides by the station - it's still possible to get out via Guildford Road."

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Ruari Barratt spoke to a woman who witnessed an earlier clash near the Alice in Wonderland mural in Middle Street. 

Kayliegh Adams said: "it was really scary for someone who hasn't been to a protest like this before.

"There was a group of about twenty of the counter protesters all dressed in black. They just went for the nationalist lot and thenationalist lot had a go back at them."

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Ben James reports that the Dorset pub on the corner of North Street and Gardner Street has been smashed up. 

He said: "There's glass everywhere. Tables are being thrown over and people are bottling each other."

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Wetherspoons have just shut its Bright Helm pub on West Street, Post and Telegraph pub on North Street and Cliftonville pub on George Street. The West Quay Wetherspoons at Brighton Marina will remain open. 

Wether Eddie Gershon said: "Our Brighton pubs remained open earlier at the request of the police. There was an incident inside the Bright Helm where I think most of the trouble was."

He added that the England flags were already up in the pub for a St George's Day promotion and had no connection with the march. 

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Liz Finlayson said there are running scuffles in Queen's Road - as one ends, another will begin. 

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Argus photographer Simon Dack is reporting that anti-fascist protestors are clashing with police in Queen’s Road.

He says that a female protestor is on the floor claiming to have been injured by a police horse.

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Adrian added: "Nationalists are coming up Duke Street to go to West Street at the moment. "

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Reporter Adrian Imms said: "Separate groups came together in Queens Road with lots of shouting, but no violence and police were quickly brought in to separate them."

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Looks like it might yet kick off in Queen's Road . . .

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We've had almost 17,000 hits on this liveblog so far - I hope you're finding it useful. Last year's got more than 40,000 in the end, so clearly there's a lot of interest in the impact of the march on the city. 

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Reporter Ben James says he is now at East Street, and cannot see any trouble. If this changes, we'll of course let you know. 

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We're sending a reporter and photographer to Castle Street to check out the bus company's reports . . .

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And here's a video from Ruari Barratt of anti-fascists chanting at the marchers:

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(Castle Square is at the top of East Street).

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Another video from Simon Dack of chanting at the March for England: 

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Well I didn't ever think I'd be using a celebrity's tweets in this particular liveblog, but here's Alison Moyet's take on the march!

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Sadly, Ben James's phone has been invaded by technical gremlins, but fortunately he's bumped into Argus colleague Adrian Imms, who is now tweeting on his behalf: 

 

 

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Reporter Ben James at the scene said: “We are midway through the march now, there are about 150 nationalists taking part and at least double that number of anti-fascists gathered by the Odeon with more elsewhere along the route.
“There are about ten police horses that pushing the march onwards.
“I saw two nationalists try and make a break for the anti-fascist lines but police soon stepped in and took the two men away.
“There are police here from all over the south of England, Hampshire, Devon and Cornwall, Thames Valley, Surrey, City of London and the Met.”

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This tweet is from the anti-fascists and not confirmed, but gives their estimate of how many March for England nationalists there are: 

 

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The march is due to start at 12.30pm. Liz Finlayson has just taken this photo of the marchers at the bottom of West Street, making their way to their assembly point at the bottom of Middle Street.

The Argus:

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Reporter Ben James from the scene said: “There are about 100 nationalists holed up in the Bright Helm pub in West Street.

“The anti-fascists surrounded the pub and now about 100 police with at least 4 police horses are trying to move the anti-fascists down to the seafront so that the march can begin.

“There has been some homophobic chanting from the March for England participants and our photographer Simon Dack was called granddad which he isn’t happy about.”

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Mel Shock says

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Are you still having trouble Mel? I've checked at this end, and they seem to be working fine. They do take a few moments to load . . .

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And here's Simon Dack's video of the scuffle opposite the Brighthelm Pub:

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The Argus:

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Liz Finlayson is in West Street, and says the marchers are currrently in the Brighthelm Pub, and the anti-facists are on the other side of the street, with a police van separating them. Picture to follow. 

11:53am

Some great work by Sussex Police reassuring people via social media today:

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A picture of the large police presence outside the Brighthelm by Liz Finlayson - a video showing the scuffle by Simon Dack is coming soon too:

The Argus:

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And this of the English Disco Lovers making their protest: 

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Some videos from Ruari Barratt - this first of the section 14 area: 

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A picture from Simon Dack of Green Party anti-fascist protesters at the Clocktower: 

 

The Argus:

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Another photograph from Liz Finlayson, of the Ring of Steel in East Street. 

The Argus:

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Some pictures from Argus photographer Liz Finlayson follow - first the Section 14 notice: 

 

The Argus:

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11:11am Sun 27 Apr 14

clubrob6 says

pperrin wrote:
UAF/HnH/SWP etc - first they came for the March for England parade, but I wasn't a marcher, then they came...

I am not a marcher, but I won't stand by while the fascists left try to control free speech.
That's why you have got to give police the credit,they are not letting groups hiding behind a name like UAF deny free speech to people the UAF disagree with.I am also not going near due to the violent element from both sides,but I certainly don't support the UAF.

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In response to rolivan - part of reason why Madeira Drive not an option as it is due to host a Jaguar Car Run today with more than 1500 car enthusiasts expected.

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11:06am Sun 27 Apr 14

rolivan says

Could a journalist find out why the march has to be held in Kings rd and not Madeira Drive where it would not cause a disruption to Businesses?

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11:03am Sun 27 Apr 14

hey mongo says

I fully support the marchers..unlike the hippy grass smoking and worsed of all green voting anti protesters who have really destroyed this city...

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10:59am Sun 27 Apr 14

clubrob6 says

pperrin wrote:
Every year anti-march protestors get arrested and your reports try to make out it was marchers who were arrested - assuming no marchers are arrested (which I am sure you will reprot in full) will you be continuing this style of reporting this year?
In response to the Argus comment where you say you report correctly,why was your headline the other day MFE to receive a frosty reception?should it not read GOVERNMENT FUNDED UAF,Unite Against Freedom to receive a frosty reception.Its sad that these events do now attract this violent element from both sides but further north on the 23rd in Cumbria flags were out everywhere and pubs had party nights,its sad our Flag now upsets certain elements of the community.

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pperrin says

UAF/HnH/SWP etc - first they came for the March for England parade, but I wasn't a marcher, then they came...

I am not a marcher, but I won't stand by while the fascists left try to control free speech.

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stoner1690 says

Unlike Andy Winter I don't vote for terrorists.

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Metro Reader says

This vile scum will NOT stop me from going out in to Brighton today, the opposite actually.

Only hope that the Argus don't over report what is happening or sensationalise like they normally do.

As for the £500k police cost it is time that the local elected councillors put a stop to this annual closure of Brighton. The true cost of this 'event' will me much much more.

WHY are the police not able to stop this from happening in the first place?

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JHunty says

Maxwell's Ghost wrote:
Two groups of blokes who just want a brawl and shout opposing words at each other while the rest of the population would like to enjoy the weekend in town.
Can't they go and do their play fighting and chanting in a farmers field somewhere and pay for the privilege
It's tiresome. The majority of the public don't give a toss about either group.
Indeed

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From beer to uncertainty says

Let's hope the March for Morons does not clash with Morons United against the March for Morons and all other moron affiliations on opposing moronic sides. Many moronic comments from all groups of morons to follow. By the way, I believe the collective noun for morons is morass.
To think of all the public money being wasted on preventing the collective tantrums and nappy soiling on both sides.

Brighton has enough to deal with considering all the balsamic ice-creamists that come down here from muesli hill for fun...with all their laughter and insufficient clothing...spending money in restaurants, hotels and pubs. I commend the council in it's seemingly tireless efforts to promote protest marches and crack down on tourist and visitor frivolity so that they can finally give us long-suffering residents the Bognor they obviously think we deserve.

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clubrob6 says

pperrin wrote:
Every year anti-march protestors get arrested and your reports try to make out it was marchers who were arrested - assuming no marchers are arrested (which I am sure you will reprot in full) will you be continuing this style of reporting this year?
All media in the UK report like this,for example at a EDL march only two got arrested from EDL but more than 100 from the government funded UAF.The media don't report on arrests or violence from the UAF side.The media also makes it look like the people with there faces covered are on the march for England when most of them are UAF.Which comes to my point BOTH sides attract an extremist element just there to be violent.This year the police are making people take face covering off,which I 100% agree with,if they cant show there face in public they lose the right to be involved in the event in public both the MFE and UAF.Im not really in favour of this event today as it attracts the violent extremist element on both sides but the police are quite correct in allowing it to happen as the UAF are trying to remove the rights of anyone they don't agree with.I was shouted at at hove town hall by UAF when I attended a UKIP event,i just went to see what it was about.Im not racist in the slightest.But one thing for sure UNITE AGAINST FREEDOM as I call them are not what they seem.

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Great pic here from our photographer Simon Dack as preparations continue ahead of the march.The Argus:

 

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Some great shots from our reporter @ruaribarratt

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10:10am Sun 27 Apr 14

Maxwell's Ghost says

Two groups of blokes who just want a brawl and shout opposing words at each other while the rest of the population would like to enjoy the weekend in town.
Can't they go and do their play fighting and chanting in a farmers field somewhere and pay for the privilege
It's tiresome. The majority of the public don't give a toss about either group.

10:26am

In response to pperrin's comments, I have looked through our archive for previous report and I have to say I can't find evidence of this supposed bias.

We will be reporting on what we see on the ground today and what the police tell us, there is no ideological slant.

From last year's coverage:

Although Sunday’s parade of around 250 marchers passed off largely peacefully, there were injuries when clashes between some nationalists and groups of the 1,000 anti-fascist demonstrators spilled over into back streets.

The protesters and marchers were separated along the route of the parade, between the Palace Pier and Ship Street, by lines of police and steel fences.

People were prevented from reaching the seafront from The Lanes by giant barriers.

By the end of the day, 19 arrests had been made for offences including affray, assaulting police and possession of offensive weapons.

A Sussex Police spokesman blamed most of the disorder on “a small minority from within those who were there to oppose the march”.

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pperrin says

Every year anti-march protestors get arrested and your reports try to make out it was marchers who were arrested - assuming no marchers are arrested (which I am sure you will reprot in full) will you be continuing this style of reporting this year?

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Both sides will be well-prepared for what lies in store today.

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City councillors are calling for restraint on both sides of the political divide today.

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This is just an indication of the size of the operation.
 

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It is a big day for Sussex Police today in attempting to ensure that all goes off without a hitch.

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There are alternative evnts today if marching is not your bag.

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The march has a big impact on scores of local businesses as this following tweet shows.

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9:58am Sun 27 Apr 14

We love Red Billy says

So are they fair weather Facists?

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Our reporter @BenJames22 is already braving the elements to bring the latest on the start of the march with the March for England followers expected to arrive by train any minute now.

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This year's march has been slightly altered from last year's route following Friday's dramatic subsidence along King's Road.

Here are more details on the route - or you can also click here for Sussex Police's online fact sheet.

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Hello and welcome to The Argus' live blog of today's March for England along Brighton's seafront.

We have reporters @BenJames22 and @ruaribarratt in and amongst the action this morning and throughout the day reporting back as the march unfolds.

We also have our team of award-winning photographers to capture every moment.

Let us know your (printable) thoughts on the march in the comments section below.

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9:58am Sun 27 Apr 14

We love Red Billy says...

So are they fair weather Facists?
So are they fair weather Facists? We love Red Billy
  • Score: -2

10:05am Sun 27 Apr 14

pperrin says...

Every year anti-march protestors get arrested and your reports try to make out it was marchers who were arrested - assuming no marchers are arrested (which I am sure you will reprot in full) will you be continuing this style of reporting this year?
Every year anti-march protestors get arrested and your reports try to make out it was marchers who were arrested - assuming no marchers are arrested (which I am sure you will reprot in full) will you be continuing this style of reporting this year? pperrin
  • Score: 5

10:10am Sun 27 Apr 14

Maxwell's Ghost says...

Two groups of blokes who just want a brawl and shout opposing words at each other while the rest of the population would like to enjoy the weekend in town.
Can't they go and do their play fighting and chanting in a farmers field somewhere and pay for the privilege
It's tiresome. The majority of the public don't give a toss about either group.
Two groups of blokes who just want a brawl and shout opposing words at each other while the rest of the population would like to enjoy the weekend in town. Can't they go and do their play fighting and chanting in a farmers field somewhere and pay for the privilege It's tiresome. The majority of the public don't give a toss about either group. Maxwell's Ghost
  • Score: 37

10:27am Sun 27 Apr 14

JHunty says...

Maxwell's Ghost wrote:
Two groups of blokes who just want a brawl and shout opposing words at each other while the rest of the population would like to enjoy the weekend in town.
Can't they go and do their play fighting and chanting in a farmers field somewhere and pay for the privilege
It's tiresome. The majority of the public don't give a toss about either group.
Indeed
[quote][p][bold]Maxwell's Ghost[/bold] wrote: Two groups of blokes who just want a brawl and shout opposing words at each other while the rest of the population would like to enjoy the weekend in town. Can't they go and do their play fighting and chanting in a farmers field somewhere and pay for the privilege It's tiresome. The majority of the public don't give a toss about either group.[/p][/quote]Indeed JHunty
  • Score: 11

10:31am Sun 27 Apr 14

From beer to uncertainty says...

Let's hope the March for Morons does not clash with Morons United against the March for Morons and all other moron affiliations on opposing moronic sides. Many moronic comments from all groups of morons to follow. By the way, I believe the collective noun for morons is morass.
To think of all the public money being wasted on preventing the collective tantrums and nappy soiling on both sides.

Brighton has enough to deal with considering all the balsamic ice-creamists that come down here from muesli hill for fun...with all their laughter and insufficient clothing...spending money in restaurants, hotels and pubs. I commend the council in it's seemingly tireless efforts to promote protest marches and crack down on tourist and visitor frivolity so that they can finally give us long-suffering residents the Bognor they obviously think we deserve.
Let's hope the March for Morons does not clash with Morons United against the March for Morons and all other moron affiliations on opposing moronic sides. Many moronic comments from all groups of morons to follow. By the way, I believe the collective noun for morons is morass. To think of all the public money being wasted on preventing the collective tantrums and nappy soiling on both sides. Brighton has enough to deal with considering all the balsamic ice-creamists that come down here from muesli hill for fun...with all their laughter and insufficient clothing...spending money in restaurants, hotels and pubs. I commend the council in it's seemingly tireless efforts to promote protest marches and crack down on tourist and visitor frivolity so that they can finally give us long-suffering residents the Bognor they obviously think we deserve. From beer to uncertainty
  • Score: 11

10:35am Sun 27 Apr 14

clubrob6 says...

pperrin wrote:
Every year anti-march protestors get arrested and your reports try to make out it was marchers who were arrested - assuming no marchers are arrested (which I am sure you will reprot in full) will you be continuing this style of reporting this year?
All media in the UK report like this,for example at a EDL march only two got arrested from EDL but more than 100 from the government funded UAF.The media don't report on arrests or violence from the UAF side.The media also makes it look like the people with there faces covered are on the march for England when most of them are UAF.Which comes to my point BOTH sides attract an extremist element just there to be violent.This year the police are making people take face covering off,which I 100% agree with,if they cant show there face in public they lose the right to be involved in the event in public both the MFE and UAF.Im not really in favour of this event today as it attracts the violent extremist element on both sides but the police are quite correct in allowing it to happen as the UAF are trying to remove the rights of anyone they don't agree with.I was shouted at at hove town hall by UAF when I attended a UKIP event,i just went to see what it was about.Im not racist in the slightest.But one thing for sure UNITE AGAINST FREEDOM as I call them are not what they seem.
[quote][p][bold]pperrin[/bold] wrote: Every year anti-march protestors get arrested and your reports try to make out it was marchers who were arrested - assuming no marchers are arrested (which I am sure you will reprot in full) will you be continuing this style of reporting this year?[/p][/quote]All media in the UK report like this,for example at a EDL march only two got arrested from EDL but more than 100 from the government funded UAF.The media don't report on arrests or violence from the UAF side.The media also makes it look like the people with there faces covered are on the march for England when most of them are UAF.Which comes to my point BOTH sides attract an extremist element just there to be violent.This year the police are making people take face covering off,which I 100% agree with,if they cant show there face in public they lose the right to be involved in the event in public both the MFE and UAF.Im not really in favour of this event today as it attracts the violent extremist element on both sides but the police are quite correct in allowing it to happen as the UAF are trying to remove the rights of anyone they don't agree with.I was shouted at at hove town hall by UAF when I attended a UKIP event,i just went to see what it was about.Im not racist in the slightest.But one thing for sure UNITE AGAINST FREEDOM as I call them are not what they seem. clubrob6
  • Score: 8

10:47am Sun 27 Apr 14

Metro Reader says...

This vile scum will NOT stop me from going out in to Brighton today, the opposite actually.

Only hope that the Argus don't over report what is happening or sensationalise like they normally do.

As for the £500k police cost it is time that the local elected councillors put a stop to this annual closure of Brighton. The true cost of this 'event' will me much much more.

WHY are the police not able to stop this from happening in the first place?
This vile scum will NOT stop me from going out in to Brighton today, the opposite actually. Only hope that the Argus don't over report what is happening or sensationalise like they normally do. As for the £500k police cost it is time that the local elected councillors put a stop to this annual closure of Brighton. The true cost of this 'event' will me much much more. WHY are the police not able to stop this from happening in the first place? Metro Reader
  • Score: 3

10:51am Sun 27 Apr 14

pperrin says...

UAF/HnH/SWP etc - first they came for the March for England parade, but I wasn't a marcher, then they came...

I am not a marcher, but I won't stand by while the fascists left try to control free speech.
UAF/HnH/SWP etc - first they came for the March for England parade, but I wasn't a marcher, then they came... I am not a marcher, but I won't stand by while the fascists left try to control free speech. pperrin
  • Score: -6

10:57am Sun 27 Apr 14

stoner1690 says...

Unlike Andy Winter I don't vote for terrorists.
Unlike Andy Winter I don't vote for terrorists. stoner1690
  • Score: -4

10:59am Sun 27 Apr 14

clubrob6 says...

pperrin wrote:
Every year anti-march protestors get arrested and your reports try to make out it was marchers who were arrested - assuming no marchers are arrested (which I am sure you will reprot in full) will you be continuing this style of reporting this year?
In response to the Argus comment where you say you report correctly,why was your headline the other day MFE to receive a frosty reception?should it not read GOVERNMENT FUNDED UAF,Unite Against Freedom to receive a frosty reception.Its sad that these events do now attract this violent element from both sides but further north on the 23rd in Cumbria flags were out everywhere and pubs had party nights,its sad our Flag now upsets certain elements of the community.
[quote][p][bold]pperrin[/bold] wrote: Every year anti-march protestors get arrested and your reports try to make out it was marchers who were arrested - assuming no marchers are arrested (which I am sure you will reprot in full) will you be continuing this style of reporting this year?[/p][/quote]In response to the Argus comment where you say you report correctly,why was your headline the other day MFE to receive a frosty reception?should it not read GOVERNMENT FUNDED UAF,Unite Against Freedom to receive a frosty reception.Its sad that these events do now attract this violent element from both sides but further north on the 23rd in Cumbria flags were out everywhere and pubs had party nights,its sad our Flag now upsets certain elements of the community. clubrob6
  • Score: 1

11:03am Sun 27 Apr 14

hey mongo says...

I fully support the marchers..unlike the hippy grass smoking and worsed of all green voting anti protesters who have really destroyed this city...
I fully support the marchers..unlike the hippy grass smoking and worsed of all green voting anti protesters who have really destroyed this city... hey mongo
  • Score: -17

11:06am Sun 27 Apr 14

rolivan says...

Could a journalist find out why the march has to be held in Kings rd and not Madeira Drive where it would not cause a disruption to Businesses?
Could a journalist find out why the march has to be held in Kings rd and not Madeira Drive where it would not cause a disruption to Businesses? rolivan
  • Score: 8

11:11am Sun 27 Apr 14

clubrob6 says...

pperrin wrote:
UAF/HnH/SWP etc - first they came for the March for England parade, but I wasn't a marcher, then they came...

I am not a marcher, but I won't stand by while the fascists left try to control free speech.
That's why you have got to give police the credit,they are not letting groups hiding behind a name like UAF deny free speech to people the UAF disagree with.I am also not going near due to the violent element from both sides,but I certainly don't support the UAF.
[quote][p][bold]pperrin[/bold] wrote: UAF/HnH/SWP etc - first they came for the March for England parade, but I wasn't a marcher, then they came... I am not a marcher, but I won't stand by while the fascists left try to control free speech.[/p][/quote]That's why you have got to give police the credit,they are not letting groups hiding behind a name like UAF deny free speech to people the UAF disagree with.I am also not going near due to the violent element from both sides,but I certainly don't support the UAF. clubrob6
  • Score: 9

11:15am Sun 27 Apr 14

Mel Shock says...

Good luck to all who are opposing MFE today, stay safe stay alert.
Good luck to all who are opposing MFE today, stay safe stay alert. Mel Shock
  • Score: -7

11:27am Sun 27 Apr 14

Ashles says...

clubrob6 wrote:
pperrin wrote:
Every year anti-march protestors get arrested and your reports try to make out it was marchers who were arrested - assuming no marchers are arrested (which I am sure you will reprot in full) will you be continuing this style of reporting this year?
All media in the UK report like this,for example at a EDL march only two got arrested from EDL but more than 100 from the government funded UAF.The media don't report on arrests or violence from the UAF side.The media also makes it look like the people with there faces covered are on the march for England when most of them are UAF.Which comes to my point BOTH sides attract an extremist element just there to be violent.This year the police are making people take face covering off,which I 100% agree with,if they cant show there face in public they lose the right to be involved in the event in public both the MFE and UAF.Im not really in favour of this event today as it attracts the violent extremist element on both sides but the police are quite correct in allowing it to happen as the UAF are trying to remove the rights of anyone they don't agree with.I was shouted at at hove town hall by UAF when I attended a UKIP event,i just went to see what it was about.Im not racist in the slightest.But one thing for sure UNITE AGAINST FREEDOM as I call them are not what they seem.
Still waiting for you to evidence that 2 vs 100 arrest claim.

Where did you read that if not the media?
[quote][p][bold]clubrob6[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]pperrin[/bold] wrote: Every year anti-march protestors get arrested and your reports try to make out it was marchers who were arrested - assuming no marchers are arrested (which I am sure you will reprot in full) will you be continuing this style of reporting this year?[/p][/quote]All media in the UK report like this,for example at a EDL march only two got arrested from EDL but more than 100 from the government funded UAF.The media don't report on arrests or violence from the UAF side.The media also makes it look like the people with there faces covered are on the march for England when most of them are UAF.Which comes to my point BOTH sides attract an extremist element just there to be violent.This year the police are making people take face covering off,which I 100% agree with,if they cant show there face in public they lose the right to be involved in the event in public both the MFE and UAF.Im not really in favour of this event today as it attracts the violent extremist element on both sides but the police are quite correct in allowing it to happen as the UAF are trying to remove the rights of anyone they don't agree with.I was shouted at at hove town hall by UAF when I attended a UKIP event,i just went to see what it was about.Im not racist in the slightest.But one thing for sure UNITE AGAINST FREEDOM as I call them are not what they seem.[/p][/quote]Still waiting for you to evidence that 2 vs 100 arrest claim. Where did you read that if not the media? Ashles
  • Score: 1

11:38am Sun 27 Apr 14

the red head says...

Police arrive at hove station and George street to oversee the arrival and premarch drink at wetherspoons. Last year this group were vile to the families and oaps out for a Sunday shop. Personally witnessed four skinheads in white shirts scream at a lady on a mobility scooter who always has a plastic Union Jack waving from her side mirror. It should have been the George cross apparently.
A pre march drink? Dutch courage? How very English.
Police arrive at hove station and George street to oversee the arrival and premarch drink at wetherspoons. Last year this group were vile to the families and oaps out for a Sunday shop. Personally witnessed four skinheads in white shirts scream at a lady on a mobility scooter who always has a plastic Union Jack waving from her side mirror. It should have been the George cross apparently. A pre march drink? Dutch courage? How very English. the red head
  • Score: 4

11:39am Sun 27 Apr 14

JHunty says...

Metro Reader wrote:
This vile scum will NOT stop me from going out in to Brighton today, the opposite actually.

Only hope that the Argus don't over report what is happening or sensationalise like they normally do.

As for the £500k police cost it is time that the local elected councillors put a stop to this annual closure of Brighton. The true cost of this 'event' will me much much more.

WHY are the police not able to stop this from happening in the first place?
Yeah, actually it wasn't one of our elected councillors Ben Duncan who called for protestors to come to Brighton. Remember him? He spent years denying he was supporter of Smashedo, who by the way have cost the tax payer far more than the MFE ever have, but as soon as he stopped being a member of The Sussex Police Authority all of a sudden he came out in support of Smashedo. Amazing for years he claimed not to support them despite attending their marches and handing in petitions on their behalf and constantly criticising the police on their behalf and then as if by magic as soon as he is not on the SPA he reverses his previous position and claims to support them.
Luckily we don't live in a police state so your comment about the police not being able to stop this happening is answered by the fact that they don't get to decide who has a right to protest and who doesn't.
As for your comment about vile scum, I suppose if you dehumanise someone you disagree with it makes it easier to throw bricks and rocks at them.
Calling people vile scum then criticising the Argus for sensationalising this march smacks a little of hypocrisy or at best an amazing lack of self awareness.
[quote][p][bold]Metro Reader[/bold] wrote: This vile scum will NOT stop me from going out in to Brighton today, the opposite actually. Only hope that the Argus don't over report what is happening or sensationalise like they normally do. As for the £500k police cost it is time that the local elected councillors put a stop to this annual closure of Brighton. The true cost of this 'event' will me much much more. WHY are the police not able to stop this from happening in the first place?[/p][/quote]Yeah, actually it wasn't one of our elected councillors Ben Duncan who called for protestors to come to Brighton. Remember him? He spent years denying he was supporter of Smashedo, who by the way have cost the tax payer far more than the MFE ever have, but as soon as he stopped being a member of The Sussex Police Authority all of a sudden he came out in support of Smashedo. Amazing for years he claimed not to support them despite attending their marches and handing in petitions on their behalf and constantly criticising the police on their behalf and then as if by magic as soon as he is not on the SPA he reverses his previous position and claims to support them. Luckily we don't live in a police state so your comment about the police not being able to stop this happening is answered by the fact that they don't get to decide who has a right to protest and who doesn't. As for your comment about vile scum, I suppose if you dehumanise someone you disagree with it makes it easier to throw bricks and rocks at them. Calling people vile scum then criticising the Argus for sensationalising this march smacks a little of hypocrisy or at best an amazing lack of self awareness. JHunty
  • Score: 14

11:39am Sun 27 Apr 14

Phillip Smith says...

hey mongo wrote:
I fully support the marchers..unlike the hippy grass smoking and worsed of all green voting anti protesters who have really destroyed this city...
Why don't you try posting under your real name then? Judging by your spelling and use of grammar I think you need to go back to school for some education.
[quote][p][bold]hey mongo[/bold] wrote: I fully support the marchers..unlike the hippy grass smoking and worsed of all green voting anti protesters who have really destroyed this city...[/p][/quote]Why don't you try posting under your real name then? Judging by your spelling and use of grammar I think you need to go back to school for some education. Phillip Smith
  • Score: 6

11:40am Sun 27 Apr 14

JHunty says...

Sorry that should read it was one of our elected councillors not it wasn't.
Sorry that should read it was one of our elected councillors not it wasn't. JHunty
  • Score: 0

11:42am Sun 27 Apr 14

JHunty says...

Phillip Smith wrote:
hey mongo wrote:
I fully support the marchers..unlike the hippy grass smoking and worsed of all green voting anti protesters who have really destroyed this city...
Why don't you try posting under your real name then? Judging by your spelling and use of grammar I think you need to go back to school for some education.
Possibly because he doesn't want to be beaten up by the heroes of the UAF self appointed arbiters of who does and who doesn't have rights in this country.
[quote][p][bold]Phillip Smith[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hey mongo[/bold] wrote: I fully support the marchers..unlike the hippy grass smoking and worsed of all green voting anti protesters who have really destroyed this city...[/p][/quote]Why don't you try posting under your real name then? Judging by your spelling and use of grammar I think you need to go back to school for some education.[/p][/quote]Possibly because he doesn't want to be beaten up by the heroes of the UAF self appointed arbiters of who does and who doesn't have rights in this country. JHunty
  • Score: 13

11:43am Sun 27 Apr 14

Fercri Sakes says...

Remember, not everybody protesting against the EDL/MFE is a member of an anti-fascist organisation. I know many people going down to protest who have no political association whatsoever.

To find out what the real local sentiment is you need to find out how many in the MFE group are local, and how many of those who oppose them are local. My money is on a lot more Brightonians in the anti-march group.
Remember, not everybody protesting against the EDL/MFE is a member of an anti-fascist organisation. I know many people going down to protest who have no political association whatsoever. To find out what the real local sentiment is you need to find out how many in the MFE group are local, and how many of those who oppose them are local. My money is on a lot more Brightonians in the anti-march group. Fercri Sakes
  • Score: 4

11:52am Sun 27 Apr 14

Arrggh says...

Half the city closed down for a hundred people to march four hundred yards and back again? I wouldn't support any group having that much impact on the cities businesses but for so few it makes no sense at all.
For those crying bias reporting on the day last year the Argus reported a hundred marchers and then when the police said there were twice that the Argus did the same despite having photos proving their original estimate.
I expect the same tomorrow.
Half the city closed down for a hundred people to march four hundred yards and back again? I wouldn't support any group having that much impact on the cities businesses but for so few it makes no sense at all. For those crying bias reporting on the day last year the Argus reported a hundred marchers and then when the police said there were twice that the Argus did the same despite having photos proving their original estimate. I expect the same tomorrow. Arrggh
  • Score: 8

12:02pm Sun 27 Apr 14

Mel Shock says...

Video links not appearing
Video links not appearing Mel Shock
  • Score: 0

12:13pm Sun 27 Apr 14

photosynthesize says...

Mel Shock wrote:
Video links not appearing
agree with mel. I'm using Safari and there's simply nothing on the page underneath the line describing the video.
[quote][p][bold]Mel Shock[/bold] wrote: Video links not appearing[/p][/quote]agree with mel. I'm using Safari and there's simply nothing on the page underneath the line describing the video. photosynthesize
  • Score: 0

12:15pm Sun 27 Apr 14

photosynthesize says...

I'm rather disgusted with the Brighthelm for serving the fascists, frankly.
I'm rather disgusted with the Brighthelm for serving the fascists, frankly. photosynthesize
  • Score: 4

12:15pm Sun 27 Apr 14

braigieben says...

They are not racists !!! God people are thick ! If the antis didn't turn up they would probably go elsewhere but they won't now
They are not racists !!! God people are thick ! If the antis didn't turn up they would probably go elsewhere but they won't now braigieben
  • Score: -4

12:20pm Sun 27 Apr 14

Arrggh says...

braigieben wrote:
They are not racists !!! God people are thick ! If the antis didn't turn up they would probably go elsewhere but they won't now
Why do you think the police have felt the need to point out that nazi salutes wont be tolerated then?
[quote][p][bold]braigieben[/bold] wrote: They are not racists !!! God people are thick ! If the antis didn't turn up they would probably go elsewhere but they won't now[/p][/quote]Why do you think the police have felt the need to point out that nazi salutes wont be tolerated then? Arrggh
  • Score: 11

12:20pm Sun 27 Apr 14

clubrob6 says...

Simon Dack called granddad by fascists he isn't happy about SO FUNNY sorry had to laugth .
Simon Dack called granddad by fascists he isn't happy about SO FUNNY sorry had to laugth . clubrob6
  • Score: 5

12:23pm Sun 27 Apr 14

Mel Shock says...

Links are now working.....took around ten minutes to appear.

EDL and MFE are racist, they do not just oppose extremist Muslim groups, read further than a sun headline or the groups frontpage slogans, dig deeper......
Links are now working.....took around ten minutes to appear. EDL and MFE are racist, they do not just oppose extremist Muslim groups, read further than a sun headline or the groups frontpage slogans, dig deeper...... Mel Shock
  • Score: 3

12:24pm Sun 27 Apr 14

SimonS says...

Glad to see actual pictures accompanying the report rather than a library image of some police tape.
Glad to see actual pictures accompanying the report rather than a library image of some police tape. SimonS
  • Score: 3

12:35pm Sun 27 Apr 14

ourcoalition says...

They are not racists - of course not!!!!!?????

But they are fascists - "No Surrender" flags/homophobic chants/their websites.

Do me a favour - they are scum!
They are not racists - of course not!!!!!????? But they are fascists - "No Surrender" flags/homophobic chants/their websites. Do me a favour - they are scum! ourcoalition
  • Score: -2

12:36pm Sun 27 Apr 14

Arrggh says...

Metro Reader wrote:
This vile scum will NOT stop me from going out in to Brighton today, the opposite actually.

Only hope that the Argus don't over report what is happening or sensationalise like they normally do.

As for the £500k police cost it is time that the local elected councillors put a stop to this annual closure of Brighton. The true cost of this 'event' will me much much more.

WHY are the police not able to stop this from happening in the first place?
I am in favour of free speech but half a million plus lost trade is a long way from free. I've seen an estimate of 70 so called patriots- can we get an estimate from the Argus? Shouldn't be too difficult they're all surrounded by boys in blue.
[quote][p][bold]Metro Reader[/bold] wrote: This vile scum will NOT stop me from going out in to Brighton today, the opposite actually. Only hope that the Argus don't over report what is happening or sensationalise like they normally do. As for the £500k police cost it is time that the local elected councillors put a stop to this annual closure of Brighton. The true cost of this 'event' will me much much more. WHY are the police not able to stop this from happening in the first place?[/p][/quote]I am in favour of free speech but half a million plus lost trade is a long way from free. I've seen an estimate of 70 so called patriots- can we get an estimate from the Argus? Shouldn't be too difficult they're all surrounded by boys in blue. Arrggh
  • Score: 5

12:38pm Sun 27 Apr 14

John H. West says...

I appreciate it's reassuring that only 70 out-of-town fascists turn up, with their numbers having dwindled year on year. I also appreciate it is really good to see that the people of Brighton are united and do not want their town to be overrun and used as a playground by racist football hooligans looking for a fight. Given the tiny number of out of towners holding our fine city to randsom each year though, is it now not time to call an end to this and let this be the last year? The £500.000 could be spent on something we care about, support our local citizens who need it, instead of facilitating hooligans to come provoke and insult the locals?
I appreciate it's reassuring that only 70 out-of-town fascists turn up, with their numbers having dwindled year on year. I also appreciate it is really good to see that the people of Brighton are united and do not want their town to be overrun and used as a playground by racist football hooligans looking for a fight. Given the tiny number of out of towners holding our fine city to randsom each year though, is it now not time to call an end to this and let this be the last year? The £500.000 could be spent on something we care about, support our local citizens who need it, instead of facilitating hooligans to come provoke and insult the locals? John H. West
  • Score: 5

12:40pm Sun 27 Apr 14

whatevernext2013 says...

oh there s the pop up soon to be FORMER MP ,if i had known she would have been there i would have popped down and marched with EDL ,
oh there s the pop up soon to be FORMER MP ,if i had known she would have been there i would have popped down and marched with EDL , whatevernext2013
  • Score: 4

12:44pm Sun 27 Apr 14

Arrggh says...

whatevernext2013 wrote:
oh there s the pop up soon to be FORMER MP ,if i had known she would have been there i would have popped down and marched with EDL ,
Shush now- MfE claim to be nothing to do with EDL- thanks for clearing that up for anyone still unsure.
[quote][p][bold]whatevernext2013[/bold] wrote: oh there s the pop up soon to be FORMER MP ,if i had known she would have been there i would have popped down and marched with EDL ,[/p][/quote]Shush now- MfE claim to be nothing to do with EDL- thanks for clearing that up for anyone still unsure. Arrggh
  • Score: 5

12:44pm Sun 27 Apr 14

hey mongo says...

the red head wrote:
Police arrive at hove station and George street to oversee the arrival and premarch drink at wetherspoons. Last year this group were vile to the families and oaps out for a Sunday shop. Personally witnessed four skinheads in white shirts scream at a lady on a mobility scooter who always has a plastic Union Jack waving from her side mirror. It should have been the George cross apparently.
A pre march drink? Dutch courage? How very English.
This is such an obvious lie its untrue...at least make something up half believable
[quote][p][bold]the red head[/bold] wrote: Police arrive at hove station and George street to oversee the arrival and premarch drink at wetherspoons. Last year this group were vile to the families and oaps out for a Sunday shop. Personally witnessed four skinheads in white shirts scream at a lady on a mobility scooter who always has a plastic Union Jack waving from her side mirror. It should have been the George cross apparently. A pre march drink? Dutch courage? How very English.[/p][/quote]This is such an obvious lie its untrue...at least make something up half believable hey mongo
  • Score: -4

12:45pm Sun 27 Apr 14

clubrob6 says...

Arrggh wrote:
braigieben wrote:
They are not racists !!! God people are thick ! If the antis didn't turn up they would probably go elsewhere but they won't now
Why do you think the police have felt the need to point out that nazi salutes wont be tolerated then?
Because there is a element of that unfortunately,but that does not mean everyone on the MFE should be tied with the same brush.Anyway there are more important things to discuss one of the Argus photographers has been called a GRANDDAD and he is NOT happy.
[quote][p][bold]Arrggh[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]braigieben[/bold] wrote: They are not racists !!! God people are thick ! If the antis didn't turn up they would probably go elsewhere but they won't now[/p][/quote]Why do you think the police have felt the need to point out that nazi salutes wont be tolerated then?[/p][/quote]Because there is a element of that unfortunately,but that does not mean everyone on the MFE should be tied with the same brush.Anyway there are more important things to discuss one of the Argus photographers has been called a GRANDDAD and he is NOT happy. clubrob6
  • Score: 1

12:48pm Sun 27 Apr 14

hey mongo says...

Phillip Smith wrote:
hey mongo wrote:
I fully support the marchers..unlike the hippy grass smoking and worsed of all green voting anti protesters who have really destroyed this city...
Why don't you try posting under your real name then? Judging by your spelling and use of grammar I think you need to go back to school for some education.
Oh ere we go its the dictionary police....go and smoke a joint whilst banging one out over caroline lucas you toby lol
[quote][p][bold]Phillip Smith[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hey mongo[/bold] wrote: I fully support the marchers..unlike the hippy grass smoking and worsed of all green voting anti protesters who have really destroyed this city...[/p][/quote]Why don't you try posting under your real name then? Judging by your spelling and use of grammar I think you need to go back to school for some education.[/p][/quote]Oh ere we go its the dictionary police....go and smoke a joint whilst banging one out over caroline lucas you toby lol hey mongo
  • Score: -12

12:51pm Sun 27 Apr 14

From beer to uncertainty says...

Perhaps a good time for nearly all of those involved in the march and counter demo to thank the impoverished child labourers in foreign sweatshops for providing them with the low-cost and cosy footwear that made today possible?
Anyway, I'm off to do some fracking while rent-a-mobs are busy waving flags made in China and the rent-a-gobs tweet green-speak about freedom whilst forcing the i360 loan farce on residents as the rest of the city crumbles into the sea.
Perhaps a good time for nearly all of those involved in the march and counter demo to thank the impoverished child labourers in foreign sweatshops for providing them with the low-cost and cosy footwear that made today possible? Anyway, I'm off to do some fracking while rent-a-mobs are busy waving flags made in China and the rent-a-gobs tweet green-speak about freedom whilst forcing the i360 loan farce on residents as the rest of the city crumbles into the sea. From beer to uncertainty
  • Score: 8

12:54pm Sun 27 Apr 14

clubrob6 says...

Mel Shock wrote:
Links are now working.....took around ten minutes to appear.

EDL and MFE are racist, they do not just oppose extremist Muslim groups, read further than a sun headline or the groups frontpage slogans, dig deeper......
EDL are racist as is a element of the MFE ,but the Unite Against Freedom UAF group have now unfortunately attracted the violent extremist element.So I am against them too.But members of the public with banners in there own name opposing the fascist element of the march I support but NOT the UAF they like a certain element of the MFE are just here for trouble.Like you say dig deeper and the true extent of the violence of the UAF will be found.
[quote][p][bold]Mel Shock[/bold] wrote: Links are now working.....took around ten minutes to appear. EDL and MFE are racist, they do not just oppose extremist Muslim groups, read further than a sun headline or the groups frontpage slogans, dig deeper......[/p][/quote]EDL are racist as is a element of the MFE ,but the Unite Against Freedom UAF group have now unfortunately attracted the violent extremist element.So I am against them too.But members of the public with banners in there own name opposing the fascist element of the march I support but NOT the UAF they like a certain element of the MFE are just here for trouble.Like you say dig deeper and the true extent of the violence of the UAF will be found. clubrob6
  • Score: 2

12:56pm Sun 27 Apr 14

Arrggh says...

hey mongo wrote:
Phillip Smith wrote:
hey mongo wrote:
I fully support the marchers..unlike the hippy grass smoking and worsed of all green voting anti protesters who have really destroyed this city...
Why don't you try posting under your real name then? Judging by your spelling and use of grammar I think you need to go back to school for some education.
Oh ere we go its the dictionary police....go and smoke a joint whilst banging one out over caroline lucas you toby lol
Why aren't you there with them then? Could you not come up with a more thoughtful retort?
[quote][p][bold]hey mongo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Phillip Smith[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hey mongo[/bold] wrote: I fully support the marchers..unlike the hippy grass smoking and worsed of all green voting anti protesters who have really destroyed this city...[/p][/quote]Why don't you try posting under your real name then? Judging by your spelling and use of grammar I think you need to go back to school for some education.[/p][/quote]Oh ere we go its the dictionary police....go and smoke a joint whilst banging one out over caroline lucas you toby lol[/p][/quote]Why aren't you there with them then? Could you not come up with a more thoughtful retort? Arrggh
  • Score: 3

1:04pm Sun 27 Apr 14

StevieD says...

Only 150? Arrest them all and charge them with inciting racial hatred and violence. Why is this allowed to happen at all?
Only 150? Arrest them all and charge them with inciting racial hatred and violence. Why is this allowed to happen at all? StevieD
  • Score: -14

1:38pm Sun 27 Apr 14

clubrob6 says...

hey mongo wrote:
the red head wrote:
Police arrive at hove station and George street to oversee the arrival and premarch drink at wetherspoons. Last year this group were vile to the families and oaps out for a Sunday shop. Personally witnessed four skinheads in white shirts scream at a lady on a mobility scooter who always has a plastic Union Jack waving from her side mirror. It should have been the George cross apparently.
A pre march drink? Dutch courage? How very English.
This is such an obvious lie its untrue...at least make something up half believable
I know this is what you call stirring up hatred,how does he know its same group as last year,why would a group of skinheads abuse a pensioner with a flag,surely it would be the other way round.False statement using families and oap to back it up.Plus at the time off this posting they would be too late for the march anyway.
[quote][p][bold]hey mongo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]the red head[/bold] wrote: Police arrive at hove station and George street to oversee the arrival and premarch drink at wetherspoons. Last year this group were vile to the families and oaps out for a Sunday shop. Personally witnessed four skinheads in white shirts scream at a lady on a mobility scooter who always has a plastic Union Jack waving from her side mirror. It should have been the George cross apparently. A pre march drink? Dutch courage? How very English.[/p][/quote]This is such an obvious lie its untrue...at least make something up half believable[/p][/quote]I know this is what you call stirring up hatred,how does he know its same group as last year,why would a group of skinheads abuse a pensioner with a flag,surely it would be the other way round.False statement using families and oap to back it up.Plus at the time off this posting they would be too late for the march anyway. clubrob6
  • Score: 3

1:42pm Sun 27 Apr 14

clubrob6 says...

StevieD wrote:
Only 150? Arrest them all and charge them with inciting racial hatred and violence. Why is this allowed to happen at all?
I agree we should arrest anyone in the UAF for inciting racial hatred as in reality that's what the group stands for these days.
[quote][p][bold]StevieD[/bold] wrote: Only 150? Arrest them all and charge them with inciting racial hatred and violence. Why is this allowed to happen at all?[/p][/quote]I agree we should arrest anyone in the UAF for inciting racial hatred as in reality that's what the group stands for these days. clubrob6
  • Score: 4

1:44pm Sun 27 Apr 14

SmileyD says...

clubrob6 wrote:
hey mongo wrote:
the red head wrote:
Police arrive at hove station and George street to oversee the arrival and premarch drink at wetherspoons. Last year this group were vile to the families and oaps out for a Sunday shop. Personally witnessed four skinheads in white shirts scream at a lady on a mobility scooter who always has a plastic Union Jack waving from her side mirror. It should have been the George cross apparently.
A pre march drink? Dutch courage? How very English.
This is such an obvious lie its untrue...at least make something up half believable
I know this is what you call stirring up hatred,how does he know its same group as last year,why would a group of skinheads abuse a pensioner with a flag,surely it would be the other way round.False statement using families and oap to back it up.Plus at the time off this posting they would be too late for the march anyway.
I saw them too in Gerge Street abusing passers-by while police stood by & did nothing - very brave, very patriotic!
[quote][p][bold]clubrob6[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hey mongo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]the red head[/bold] wrote: Police arrive at hove station and George street to oversee the arrival and premarch drink at wetherspoons. Last year this group were vile to the families and oaps out for a Sunday shop. Personally witnessed four skinheads in white shirts scream at a lady on a mobility scooter who always has a plastic Union Jack waving from her side mirror. It should have been the George cross apparently. A pre march drink? Dutch courage? How very English.[/p][/quote]This is such an obvious lie its untrue...at least make something up half believable[/p][/quote]I know this is what you call stirring up hatred,how does he know its same group as last year,why would a group of skinheads abuse a pensioner with a flag,surely it would be the other way round.False statement using families and oap to back it up.Plus at the time off this posting they would be too late for the march anyway.[/p][/quote]I saw them too in Gerge Street abusing passers-by while police stood by & did nothing - very brave, very patriotic! SmileyD
  • Score: -9

1:46pm Sun 27 Apr 14

SmileyD says...

"@sussex_police can confirm, saw several nazi salutes from marchers"

still maintain that they're not fascists & racists then do you - pathetic!
"@sussex_police can confirm, saw several nazi salutes from marchers" still maintain that they're not fascists & racists then do you - pathetic! SmileyD
  • Score: 1

1:47pm Sun 27 Apr 14

SmileyD says...

...and you maintain that AFA / UAF is financed by the government? Priceless! ( hope you've remembered to put your tin foil hats on...)
...and you maintain that AFA / UAF is financed by the government? Priceless! ( hope you've remembered to put your tin foil hats on...) SmileyD
  • Score: 0

1:50pm Sun 27 Apr 14

Wide Bertha says...

https://www.picfair.
com/pics/i-cant-wait
-to-go-home
https://www.picfair. com/pics/i-cant-wait -to-go-home Wide Bertha
  • Score: 1

1:54pm Sun 27 Apr 14

braigieben says...

Why is a nazi salute rascist ?? It maybe offensive just like seeing fat girls walking out of macdonalds is In the summer months wearing t shirts they once fit in but nobody is up and arms about it?Freedom of speech surely ? I don't get offended If I meet a vegetarian , I say fair enough each to the own and carrying on eating my steak ! Is a Muslim allowed to chant Taliban stuff? Is that not offensive / racist? That happens here many times? Why don't you go and protest them ? If this was taking place in another country I could see the anger but why are people angry about English people who are proud to be English instead of the huge dumping ground that we have become with no identity that we all get to pay for ? I'd like to know if polish people would be happy if millions of people flocked to live in Poland ( personally I have my doubts that they would be)
Why is a nazi salute rascist ?? It maybe offensive just like seeing fat girls walking out of macdonalds is In the summer months wearing t shirts they once fit in but nobody is up and arms about it?Freedom of speech surely ? I don't get offended If I meet a vegetarian , I say fair enough each to the own and carrying on eating my steak ! Is a Muslim allowed to chant Taliban stuff? Is that not offensive / racist? That happens here many times? Why don't you go and protest them ? If this was taking place in another country I could see the anger but why are people angry about English people who are proud to be English instead of the huge dumping ground that we have become with no identity that we all get to pay for ? I'd like to know if polish people would be happy if millions of people flocked to live in Poland ( personally I have my doubts that they would be) braigieben
  • Score: -4

2:03pm Sun 27 Apr 14

Psssst says...

braigieben wrote:
Why is a nazi salute rascist ?? It maybe offensive just like seeing fat girls walking out of macdonalds is In the summer months wearing t shirts they once fit in but nobody is up and arms about it?Freedom of speech surely ? I don't get offended If I meet a vegetarian , I say fair enough each to the own and carrying on eating my steak ! Is a Muslim allowed to chant Taliban stuff? Is that not offensive / racist? That happens here many times? Why don't you go and protest them ? If this was taking place in another country I could see the anger but why are people angry about English people who are proud to be English instead of the huge dumping ground that we have become with no identity that we all get to pay for ? I'd like to know if polish people would be happy if millions of people flocked to live in Poland ( personally I have my doubts that they would be)
Why don't you go and learn a bit about what the Nazis did. Then maybe you wouldn't embarrass yourself by showing everyone what an absolute idiot you are.
[quote][p][bold]braigieben[/bold] wrote: Why is a nazi salute rascist ?? It maybe offensive just like seeing fat girls walking out of macdonalds is In the summer months wearing t shirts they once fit in but nobody is up and arms about it?Freedom of speech surely ? I don't get offended If I meet a vegetarian , I say fair enough each to the own and carrying on eating my steak ! Is a Muslim allowed to chant Taliban stuff? Is that not offensive / racist? That happens here many times? Why don't you go and protest them ? If this was taking place in another country I could see the anger but why are people angry about English people who are proud to be English instead of the huge dumping ground that we have become with no identity that we all get to pay for ? I'd like to know if polish people would be happy if millions of people flocked to live in Poland ( personally I have my doubts that they would be)[/p][/quote]Why don't you go and learn a bit about what the Nazis did. Then maybe you wouldn't embarrass yourself by showing everyone what an absolute idiot you are. Psssst
  • Score: 4

2:11pm Sun 27 Apr 14

braigieben says...

Psssst wrote:
braigieben wrote:
Why is a nazi salute rascist ?? It maybe offensive just like seeing fat girls walking out of macdonalds is In the summer months wearing t shirts they once fit in but nobody is up and arms about it?Freedom of speech surely ? I don't get offended If I meet a vegetarian , I say fair enough each to the own and carrying on eating my steak ! Is a Muslim allowed to chant Taliban stuff? Is that not offensive / racist? That happens here many times? Why don't you go and protest them ? If this was taking place in another country I could see the anger but why are people angry about English people who are proud to be English instead of the huge dumping ground that we have become with no identity that we all get to pay for ? I'd like to know if polish people would be happy if millions of people flocked to live in Poland ( personally I have my doubts that they would be)
Why don't you go and learn a bit about what the Nazis did. Then maybe you wouldn't embarrass yourself by showing everyone what an absolute idiot you are.
Right so are you also saying you hate germans/Germany because of world war ? Cos that is rascist and nazis were in the war and not the same ones in weatherspoons brighton today? Come on back it up with an actual opinion your just proud about being walked over and how everything is so pc ( can't say this .. Can't say that) why were there no anti Palestine protests outside waitrose? Pointless protest and People ( who weren't Palestines ) just got on with it. If you think EDL is stupid that's fine but let them have their day just like most protests do I don't see anyone other than hippy middle class do gooders getting offended so can't be rascist
[quote][p][bold]Psssst[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]braigieben[/bold] wrote: Why is a nazi salute rascist ?? It maybe offensive just like seeing fat girls walking out of macdonalds is In the summer months wearing t shirts they once fit in but nobody is up and arms about it?Freedom of speech surely ? I don't get offended If I meet a vegetarian , I say fair enough each to the own and carrying on eating my steak ! Is a Muslim allowed to chant Taliban stuff? Is that not offensive / racist? That happens here many times? Why don't you go and protest them ? If this was taking place in another country I could see the anger but why are people angry about English people who are proud to be English instead of the huge dumping ground that we have become with no identity that we all get to pay for ? I'd like to know if polish people would be happy if millions of people flocked to live in Poland ( personally I have my doubts that they would be)[/p][/quote]Why don't you go and learn a bit about what the Nazis did. Then maybe you wouldn't embarrass yourself by showing everyone what an absolute idiot you are.[/p][/quote]Right so are you also saying you hate germans/Germany because of world war ? Cos that is rascist and nazis were in the war and not the same ones in weatherspoons brighton today? Come on back it up with an actual opinion your just proud about being walked over and how everything is so pc ( can't say this .. Can't say that) why were there no anti Palestine protests outside waitrose? Pointless protest and People ( who weren't Palestines ) just got on with it. If you think EDL is stupid that's fine but let them have their day just like most protests do I don't see anyone other than hippy middle class do gooders getting offended so can't be rascist braigieben
  • Score: -1

2:12pm Sun 27 Apr 14

JHunty says...

Arrggh wrote:
Metro Reader wrote:
This vile scum will NOT stop me from going out in to Brighton today, the opposite actually.

Only hope that the Argus don't over report what is happening or sensationalise like they normally do.

As for the £500k police cost it is time that the local elected councillors put a stop to this annual closure of Brighton. The true cost of this 'event' will me much much more.

WHY are the police not able to stop this from happening in the first place?
I am in favour of free speech but half a million plus lost trade is a long way from free. I've seen an estimate of 70 so called patriots- can we get an estimate from the Argus? Shouldn't be too difficult they're all surrounded by boys in blue.
So can we all stop the protestors we don't agree with? The worst and most violent demo I have seen in Brighton by far was the May Day Smashedo demo, look it up on the argus site, they have cost us millions and on that day physically attacked banks and restaurants. Yet Ben Duncan Caroline Lucas, Andy R all actively support them. Now Brightons trade unions are it seems working hand in hand with them as they are the same people who are behind stopthemfe. So why is ok to support SmashEdos violent and costly demos but you want 70 rather lost looking souls to have their rights taken away from them? At every Smashedo demo the arrest records showed the majority weren't from Brighton. Yet their violent demos were supported by many of those now calling for MFE to be banned.
Strange to see scrapper Duncan blogging. I thought he had given that up after embarrassing himself so badly with his vituperative and shamefully personal attacks on the labour candidate in Hanover on behalf of the greens.
[quote][p][bold]Arrggh[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Metro Reader[/bold] wrote: This vile scum will NOT stop me from going out in to Brighton today, the opposite actually. Only hope that the Argus don't over report what is happening or sensationalise like they normally do. As for the £500k police cost it is time that the local elected councillors put a stop to this annual closure of Brighton. The true cost of this 'event' will me much much more. WHY are the police not able to stop this from happening in the first place?[/p][/quote]I am in favour of free speech but half a million plus lost trade is a long way from free. I've seen an estimate of 70 so called patriots- can we get an estimate from the Argus? Shouldn't be too difficult they're all surrounded by boys in blue.[/p][/quote]So can we all stop the protestors we don't agree with? The worst and most violent demo I have seen in Brighton by far was the May Day Smashedo demo, look it up on the argus site, they have cost us millions and on that day physically attacked banks and restaurants. Yet Ben Duncan Caroline Lucas, Andy R all actively support them. Now Brightons trade unions are it seems working hand in hand with them as they are the same people who are behind stopthemfe. So why is ok to support SmashEdos violent and costly demos but you want 70 rather lost looking souls to have their rights taken away from them? At every Smashedo demo the arrest records showed the majority weren't from Brighton. Yet their violent demos were supported by many of those now calling for MFE to be banned. Strange to see scrapper Duncan blogging. I thought he had given that up after embarrassing himself so badly with his vituperative and shamefully personal attacks on the labour candidate in Hanover on behalf of the greens. JHunty
  • Score: 8

2:13pm Sun 27 Apr 14

Psssst says...

braigieben wrote:
Psssst wrote:
braigieben wrote:
Why is a nazi salute rascist ?? It maybe offensive just like seeing fat girls walking out of macdonalds is In the summer months wearing t shirts they once fit in but nobody is up and arms about it?Freedom of speech surely ? I don't get offended If I meet a vegetarian , I say fair enough each to the own and carrying on eating my steak ! Is a Muslim allowed to chant Taliban stuff? Is that not offensive / racist? That happens here many times? Why don't you go and protest them ? If this was taking place in another country I could see the anger but why are people angry about English people who are proud to be English instead of the huge dumping ground that we have become with no identity that we all get to pay for ? I'd like to know if polish people would be happy if millions of people flocked to live in Poland ( personally I have my doubts that they would be)
Why don't you go and learn a bit about what the Nazis did. Then maybe you wouldn't embarrass yourself by showing everyone what an absolute idiot you are.
Right so are you also saying you hate germans/Germany because of world war ? Cos that is rascist and nazis were in the war and not the same ones in weatherspoons brighton today? Come on back it up with an actual opinion your just proud about being walked over and how everything is so pc ( can't say this .. Can't say that) why were there no anti Palestine protests outside waitrose? Pointless protest and People ( who weren't Palestines ) just got on with it. If you think EDL is stupid that's fine but let them have their day just like most protests do I don't see anyone other than hippy middle class do gooders getting offended so can't be rascist
Oh still proving you are an idiot not all Germans were Nazis why would you say they were?
[quote][p][bold]braigieben[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Psssst[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]braigieben[/bold] wrote: Why is a nazi salute rascist ?? It maybe offensive just like seeing fat girls walking out of macdonalds is In the summer months wearing t shirts they once fit in but nobody is up and arms about it?Freedom of speech surely ? I don't get offended If I meet a vegetarian , I say fair enough each to the own and carrying on eating my steak ! Is a Muslim allowed to chant Taliban stuff? Is that not offensive / racist? That happens here many times? Why don't you go and protest them ? If this was taking place in another country I could see the anger but why are people angry about English people who are proud to be English instead of the huge dumping ground that we have become with no identity that we all get to pay for ? I'd like to know if polish people would be happy if millions of people flocked to live in Poland ( personally I have my doubts that they would be)[/p][/quote]Why don't you go and learn a bit about what the Nazis did. Then maybe you wouldn't embarrass yourself by showing everyone what an absolute idiot you are.[/p][/quote]Right so are you also saying you hate germans/Germany because of world war ? Cos that is rascist and nazis were in the war and not the same ones in weatherspoons brighton today? Come on back it up with an actual opinion your just proud about being walked over and how everything is so pc ( can't say this .. Can't say that) why were there no anti Palestine protests outside waitrose? Pointless protest and People ( who weren't Palestines ) just got on with it. If you think EDL is stupid that's fine but let them have their day just like most protests do I don't see anyone other than hippy middle class do gooders getting offended so can't be rascist[/p][/quote]Oh still proving you are an idiot not all Germans were Nazis why would you say they were? Psssst
  • Score: 7

2:14pm Sun 27 Apr 14

Ashles says...

braigieben wrote:
Why is a nazi salute rascist ?? It maybe offensive just like seeing fat girls walking out of macdonalds is In the summer months wearing t shirts they once fit in but nobody is up and arms about it?Freedom of speech surely ? I don't get offended If I meet a vegetarian , I say fair enough each to the own and carrying on eating my steak ! Is a Muslim allowed to chant Taliban stuff? Is that not offensive / racist? That happens here many times? Why don't you go and protest them ? If this was taking place in another country I could see the anger but why are people angry about English people who are proud to be English instead of the huge dumping ground that we have become with no identity that we all get to pay for ? I'd like to know if polish people would be happy if millions of people flocked to live in Poland ( personally I have my doubts that they would be)
"Why is a Nazi salute racist?"

Stupidest question of the year?

Really, I'm genuinely amazed you are able to even dress yourself.
[quote][p][bold]braigieben[/bold] wrote: Why is a nazi salute rascist ?? It maybe offensive just like seeing fat girls walking out of macdonalds is In the summer months wearing t shirts they once fit in but nobody is up and arms about it?Freedom of speech surely ? I don't get offended If I meet a vegetarian , I say fair enough each to the own and carrying on eating my steak ! Is a Muslim allowed to chant Taliban stuff? Is that not offensive / racist? That happens here many times? Why don't you go and protest them ? If this was taking place in another country I could see the anger but why are people angry about English people who are proud to be English instead of the huge dumping ground that we have become with no identity that we all get to pay for ? I'd like to know if polish people would be happy if millions of people flocked to live in Poland ( personally I have my doubts that they would be)[/p][/quote]"Why is a Nazi salute racist?" Stupidest question of the year? Really, I'm genuinely amazed you are able to even dress yourself. Ashles
  • Score: 11

2:17pm Sun 27 Apr 14

braigieben says...

Ashles wrote:
braigieben wrote:
Why is a nazi salute rascist ?? It maybe offensive just like seeing fat girls walking out of macdonalds is In the summer months wearing t shirts they once fit in but nobody is up and arms about it?Freedom of speech surely ? I don't get offended If I meet a vegetarian , I say fair enough each to the own and carrying on eating my steak ! Is a Muslim allowed to chant Taliban stuff? Is that not offensive / racist? That happens here many times? Why don't you go and protest them ? If this was taking place in another country I could see the anger but why are people angry about English people who are proud to be English instead of the huge dumping ground that we have become with no identity that we all get to pay for ? I'd like to know if polish people would be happy if millions of people flocked to live in Poland ( personally I have my doubts that they would be)
"Why is a Nazi salute racist?"

Stupidest question of the year?

Really, I'm genuinely amazed you are able to even dress yourself.
I can't ! ( just like you can't type more than three lines without double spacing)
[quote][p][bold]Ashles[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]braigieben[/bold] wrote: Why is a nazi salute rascist ?? It maybe offensive just like seeing fat girls walking out of macdonalds is In the summer months wearing t shirts they once fit in but nobody is up and arms about it?Freedom of speech surely ? I don't get offended If I meet a vegetarian , I say fair enough each to the own and carrying on eating my steak ! Is a Muslim allowed to chant Taliban stuff? Is that not offensive / racist? That happens here many times? Why don't you go and protest them ? If this was taking place in another country I could see the anger but why are people angry about English people who are proud to be English instead of the huge dumping ground that we have become with no identity that we all get to pay for ? I'd like to know if polish people would be happy if millions of people flocked to live in Poland ( personally I have my doubts that they would be)[/p][/quote]"Why is a Nazi salute racist?" Stupidest question of the year? Really, I'm genuinely amazed you are able to even dress yourself.[/p][/quote]I can't ! ( just like you can't type more than three lines without double spacing) braigieben
  • Score: -8

2:20pm Sun 27 Apr 14

pperrin says...

SmileyD wrote:
"@sussex_police can confirm, saw several nazi salutes from marchers"

still maintain that they're not fascists & racists then do you - pathetic!
The only purpose of a 'nazi salute' nowdays is to wind up people who wet themsevles at the sight of a nazi salute. It seems pretty effective.
[quote][p][bold]SmileyD[/bold] wrote: "@sussex_police can confirm, saw several nazi salutes from marchers" still maintain that they're not fascists & racists then do you - pathetic![/p][/quote]The only purpose of a 'nazi salute' nowdays is to wind up people who wet themsevles at the sight of a nazi salute. It seems pretty effective. pperrin
  • Score: 6

2:24pm Sun 27 Apr 14

braigieben says...

Psssst wrote:
braigieben wrote:
Psssst wrote:
braigieben wrote:
Why is a nazi salute rascist ?? It maybe offensive just like seeing fat girls walking out of macdonalds is In the summer months wearing t shirts they once fit in but nobody is up and arms about it?Freedom of speech surely ? I don't get offended If I meet a vegetarian , I say fair enough each to the own and carrying on eating my steak ! Is a Muslim allowed to chant Taliban stuff? Is that not offensive / racist? That happens here many times? Why don't you go and protest them ? If this was taking place in another country I could see the anger but why are people angry about English people who are proud to be English instead of the huge dumping ground that we have become with no identity that we all get to pay for ? I'd like to know if polish people would be happy if millions of people flocked to live in Poland ( personally I have my doubts that they would be)
Why don't you go and learn a bit about what the Nazis did. Then maybe you wouldn't embarrass yourself by showing everyone what an absolute idiot you are.
Right so are you also saying you hate germans/Germany because of world war ? Cos that is rascist and nazis were in the war and not the same ones in weatherspoons brighton today? Come on back it up with an actual opinion your just proud about being walked over and how everything is so pc ( can't say this .. Can't say that) why were there no anti Palestine protests outside waitrose? Pointless protest and People ( who weren't Palestines ) just got on with it. If you think EDL is stupid that's fine but let them have their day just like most protests do I don't see anyone other than hippy middle class do gooders getting offended so can't be rascist
Oh still proving you are an idiot not all Germans were Nazis why would you say they were?
Calling me names now ? So your a name caller ! I'm gonna protest :) anyway can't be bothered to type as you clearly can't be bothered to either. I never knew hitler hired a feminine anti nazi reserve team but thanks for enlightening me. My point is I find someone letting off a silent **** in a supermarket more offensive than one day a year a bunch of skin heads from this is England want to do there thing. Nobody else I know is upset by it apart from you
[quote][p][bold]Psssst[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]braigieben[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Psssst[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]braigieben[/bold] wrote: Why is a nazi salute rascist ?? It maybe offensive just like seeing fat girls walking out of macdonalds is In the summer months wearing t shirts they once fit in but nobody is up and arms about it?Freedom of speech surely ? I don't get offended If I meet a vegetarian , I say fair enough each to the own and carrying on eating my steak ! Is a Muslim allowed to chant Taliban stuff? Is that not offensive / racist? That happens here many times? Why don't you go and protest them ? If this was taking place in another country I could see the anger but why are people angry about English people who are proud to be English instead of the huge dumping ground that we have become with no identity that we all get to pay for ? I'd like to know if polish people would be happy if millions of people flocked to live in Poland ( personally I have my doubts that they would be)[/p][/quote]Why don't you go and learn a bit about what the Nazis did. Then maybe you wouldn't embarrass yourself by showing everyone what an absolute idiot you are.[/p][/quote]Right so are you also saying you hate germans/Germany because of world war ? Cos that is rascist and nazis were in the war and not the same ones in weatherspoons brighton today? Come on back it up with an actual opinion your just proud about being walked over and how everything is so pc ( can't say this .. Can't say that) why were there no anti Palestine protests outside waitrose? Pointless protest and People ( who weren't Palestines ) just got on with it. If you think EDL is stupid that's fine but let them have their day just like most protests do I don't see anyone other than hippy middle class do gooders getting offended so can't be rascist[/p][/quote]Oh still proving you are an idiot not all Germans were Nazis why would you say they were?[/p][/quote]Calling me names now ? So your a name caller ! I'm gonna protest :) anyway can't be bothered to type as you clearly can't be bothered to either. I never knew hitler hired a feminine anti nazi reserve team but thanks for enlightening me. My point is I find someone letting off a silent **** in a supermarket more offensive than one day a year a bunch of skin heads from this is England want to do there thing. Nobody else I know is upset by it apart from you braigieben
  • Score: 1

2:25pm Sun 27 Apr 14

Ashles says...

It's a method by which one can attempt to make posts easier to read.

Not something you concern yourself with, clearly.

I love reading all the many things in the world that irritate ignorant, impotently angry, frustrated, inadequate little losers: Foreigners, the EU, fair job application systems, complicated politics, welfare systems, the Media...

And now, double spacing.
It's a method by which one can attempt to make posts easier to read. Not something you concern yourself with, clearly. I love reading all the many things in the world that irritate ignorant, impotently angry, frustrated, inadequate little losers: Foreigners, the EU, fair job application systems, complicated politics, welfare systems, the Media... And now, double spacing. Ashles
  • Score: 3

2:29pm Sun 27 Apr 14

braigieben says...

Ashles wrote:
It's a method by which one can attempt to make posts easier to read.

Not something you concern yourself with, clearly.

I love reading all the many things in the world that irritate ignorant, impotently angry, frustrated, inadequate little losers: Foreigners, the EU, fair job application systems, complicated politics, welfare systems, the Media...

And now, double spacing.
Yep or could it be a **** take ? Ill let you think about that as I google " how to get dressed by myself "
[quote][p][bold]Ashles[/bold] wrote: It's a method by which one can attempt to make posts easier to read. Not something you concern yourself with, clearly. I love reading all the many things in the world that irritate ignorant, impotently angry, frustrated, inadequate little losers: Foreigners, the EU, fair job application systems, complicated politics, welfare systems, the Media... And now, double spacing.[/p][/quote]Yep or could it be a **** take ? Ill let you think about that as I google " how to get dressed by myself " braigieben
  • Score: -4

2:39pm Sun 27 Apr 14

clubrob6 says...

SmileyD wrote:
clubrob6 wrote:
hey mongo wrote:
the red head wrote:
Police arrive at hove station and George street to oversee the arrival and premarch drink at wetherspoons. Last year this group were vile to the families and oaps out for a Sunday shop. Personally witnessed four skinheads in white shirts scream at a lady on a mobility scooter who always has a plastic Union Jack waving from her side mirror. It should have been the George cross apparently.
A pre march drink? Dutch courage? How very English.
This is such an obvious lie its untrue...at least make something up half believable
I know this is what you call stirring up hatred,how does he know its same group as last year,why would a group of skinheads abuse a pensioner with a flag,surely it would be the other way round.False statement using families and oap to back it up.Plus at the time off this posting they would be too late for the march anyway.
I saw them too in Gerge Street abusing passers-by while police stood by & did nothing - very brave, very patriotic!
Unfortunately there is that element but not all can be tied with the same brush.Wait and see as the day goes on I bet there are more Unite Against Freedom UAF arrests made as they are the most violent group in the country.
[quote][p][bold]SmileyD[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]clubrob6[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hey mongo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]the red head[/bold] wrote: Police arrive at hove station and George street to oversee the arrival and premarch drink at wetherspoons. Last year this group were vile to the families and oaps out for a Sunday shop. Personally witnessed four skinheads in white shirts scream at a lady on a mobility scooter who always has a plastic Union Jack waving from her side mirror. It should have been the George cross apparently. A pre march drink? Dutch courage? How very English.[/p][/quote]This is such an obvious lie its untrue...at least make something up half believable[/p][/quote]I know this is what you call stirring up hatred,how does he know its same group as last year,why would a group of skinheads abuse a pensioner with a flag,surely it would be the other way round.False statement using families and oap to back it up.Plus at the time off this posting they would be too late for the march anyway.[/p][/quote]I saw them too in Gerge Street abusing passers-by while police stood by & did nothing - very brave, very patriotic![/p][/quote]Unfortunately there is that element but not all can be tied with the same brush.Wait and see as the day goes on I bet there are more Unite Against Freedom UAF arrests made as they are the most violent group in the country. clubrob6
  • Score: 0

2:39pm Sun 27 Apr 14

Ashles says...

braigieben wrote:
Ashles wrote:
It's a method by which one can attempt to make posts easier to read.

Not something you concern yourself with, clearly.

I love reading all the many things in the world that irritate ignorant, impotently angry, frustrated, inadequate little losers: Foreigners, the EU, fair job application systems, complicated politics, welfare systems, the Media...

And now, double spacing.
Yep or could it be a **** take ? Ill let you think about that as I google " how to get dressed by myself "
Looks like I hit a nerve. :)
[quote][p][bold]braigieben[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Ashles[/bold] wrote: It's a method by which one can attempt to make posts easier to read. Not something you concern yourself with, clearly. I love reading all the many things in the world that irritate ignorant, impotently angry, frustrated, inadequate little losers: Foreigners, the EU, fair job application systems, complicated politics, welfare systems, the Media... And now, double spacing.[/p][/quote]Yep or could it be a **** take ? Ill let you think about that as I google " how to get dressed by myself "[/p][/quote]Looks like I hit a nerve. :) Ashles
  • Score: 1

2:42pm Sun 27 Apr 14

Bubble Me says...

'Police are busking it'? Where's their instruments then journo John Keenan?
'Police are busking it'? Where's their instruments then journo John Keenan? Bubble Me
  • Score: 4

2:51pm Sun 27 Apr 14

peteb21 says...

I think people need to realise and appreciate that it's the EDL who cause all the trouble. Last year all 104 of the EDL protesters were arrested, compared with 0 of the 10,000 anti protesters
I think people need to realise and appreciate that it's the EDL who cause all the trouble. Last year all 104 of the EDL protesters were arrested, compared with 0 of the 10,000 anti protesters peteb21
  • Score: -9

2:55pm Sun 27 Apr 14

clubrob6 says...

braigieben wrote:
Why is a nazi salute rascist ?? It maybe offensive just like seeing fat girls walking out of macdonalds is In the summer months wearing t shirts they once fit in but nobody is up and arms about it?Freedom of speech surely ? I don't get offended If I meet a vegetarian , I say fair enough each to the own and carrying on eating my steak ! Is a Muslim allowed to chant Taliban stuff? Is that not offensive / racist? That happens here many times? Why don't you go and protest them ? If this was taking place in another country I could see the anger but why are people angry about English people who are proud to be English instead of the huge dumping ground that we have become with no identity that we all get to pay for ? I'd like to know if polish people would be happy if millions of people flocked to live in Poland ( personally I have my doubts that they would be)
The reason groups like EDL formed is because our troops were getting openly abused by muslims on there coming home parades,but such groups also turned too extreme.But also worryingly people with extremist views are hiding behind the UAF name.The UAF even cause trouble at UKIP events.To me the people making the point about fascists was the one's with there own banners not connected to extreme groups like the UAF who no doubt will now go on and attack people in our city.
[quote][p][bold]braigieben[/bold] wrote: Why is a nazi salute rascist ?? It maybe offensive just like seeing fat girls walking out of macdonalds is In the summer months wearing t shirts they once fit in but nobody is up and arms about it?Freedom of speech surely ? I don't get offended If I meet a vegetarian , I say fair enough each to the own and carrying on eating my steak ! Is a Muslim allowed to chant Taliban stuff? Is that not offensive / racist? That happens here many times? Why don't you go and protest them ? If this was taking place in another country I could see the anger but why are people angry about English people who are proud to be English instead of the huge dumping ground that we have become with no identity that we all get to pay for ? I'd like to know if polish people would be happy if millions of people flocked to live in Poland ( personally I have my doubts that they would be)[/p][/quote]The reason groups like EDL formed is because our troops were getting openly abused by muslims on there coming home parades,but such groups also turned too extreme.But also worryingly people with extremist views are hiding behind the UAF name.The UAF even cause trouble at UKIP events.To me the people making the point about fascists was the one's with there own banners not connected to extreme groups like the UAF who no doubt will now go on and attack people in our city. clubrob6
  • Score: 3

3:01pm Sun 27 Apr 14

PorkyChopper says...

SmileyD wrote:
...and you maintain that AFA / UAF is financed by the government? Priceless! ( hope you've remembered to put your tin foil hats on...)
It is fully supported and controlled by the British Establishment and they are wheeled out at every opportunity. It's (common) purpose is to cause chaos, division and disruption, by opposing imaginary powerless "fascists" in every corner and under every bed, which keeps people distracted from the very real fascists who wield power in government and big business. Cameron, Blair, Brown plus a multitude of MPs from all parties (including our dear Mx Lucas) are all signatories and supporters, plus the usual suspects from the world of entertainment and the meedja. It's called "controlled opposition". It gives the zombified and brain dead majority of the population the impression we live in a free and democratic country. Fascism isn't tattooed bully boys making rude noises and kicking people in the head. It's an economic system whereby big business is in control of the state, for the benefit of a small elite, and the state uses it's power to enforce the will of big business. We've moved on from strutting dictators in fancy uniforms giving speeches to ranks of uniformed men. They have learned their lessons and are a lot more subtle about it these days. And they have great PR people. Sound familiar? Keep up old chap, the world's moving on without you.
[quote][p][bold]SmileyD[/bold] wrote: ...and you maintain that AFA / UAF is financed by the government? Priceless! ( hope you've remembered to put your tin foil hats on...)[/p][/quote]It is fully supported and controlled by the British Establishment and they are wheeled out at every opportunity. It's (common) purpose is to cause chaos, division and disruption, by opposing imaginary powerless "fascists" in every corner and under every bed, which keeps people distracted from the very real fascists who wield power in government and big business. Cameron, Blair, Brown plus a multitude of MPs from all parties (including our dear Mx Lucas) are all signatories and supporters, plus the usual suspects from the world of entertainment and the meedja. It's called "controlled opposition". It gives the zombified and brain dead majority of the population the impression we live in a free and democratic country. Fascism isn't tattooed bully boys making rude noises and kicking people in the head. It's an economic system whereby big business is in control of the state, for the benefit of a small elite, and the state uses it's power to enforce the will of big business. We've moved on from strutting dictators in fancy uniforms giving speeches to ranks of uniformed men. They have learned their lessons and are a lot more subtle about it these days. And they have great PR people. Sound familiar? Keep up old chap, the world's moving on without you. PorkyChopper
  • Score: 9

3:02pm Sun 27 Apr 14

clubrob6 says...

Psssst wrote:
braigieben wrote:
Psssst wrote:
braigieben wrote:
Why is a nazi salute rascist ?? It maybe offensive just like seeing fat girls walking out of macdonalds is In the summer months wearing t shirts they once fit in but nobody is up and arms about it?Freedom of speech surely ? I don't get offended If I meet a vegetarian , I say fair enough each to the own and carrying on eating my steak ! Is a Muslim allowed to chant Taliban stuff? Is that not offensive / racist? That happens here many times? Why don't you go and protest them ? If this was taking place in another country I could see the anger but why are people angry about English people who are proud to be English instead of the huge dumping ground that we have become with no identity that we all get to pay for ? I'd like to know if polish people would be happy if millions of people flocked to live in Poland ( personally I have my doubts that they would be)
Why don't you go and learn a bit about what the Nazis did. Then maybe you wouldn't embarrass yourself by showing everyone what an absolute idiot you are.
Right so are you also saying you hate germans/Germany because of world war ? Cos that is rascist and nazis were in the war and not the same ones in weatherspoons brighton today? Come on back it up with an actual opinion your just proud about being walked over and how everything is so pc ( can't say this .. Can't say that) why were there no anti Palestine protests outside waitrose? Pointless protest and People ( who weren't Palestines ) just got on with it. If you think EDL is stupid that's fine but let them have their day just like most protests do I don't see anyone other than hippy middle class do gooders getting offended so can't be rascist
Oh still proving you are an idiot not all Germans were Nazis why would you say they were?
Try telling my 97 yr old dad that.
[quote][p][bold]Psssst[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]braigieben[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Psssst[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]braigieben[/bold] wrote: Why is a nazi salute rascist ?? It maybe offensive just like seeing fat girls walking out of macdonalds is In the summer months wearing t shirts they once fit in but nobody is up and arms about it?Freedom of speech surely ? I don't get offended If I meet a vegetarian , I say fair enough each to the own and carrying on eating my steak ! Is a Muslim allowed to chant Taliban stuff? Is that not offensive / racist? That happens here many times? Why don't you go and protest them ? If this was taking place in another country I could see the anger but why are people angry about English people who are proud to be English instead of the huge dumping ground that we have become with no identity that we all get to pay for ? I'd like to know if polish people would be happy if millions of people flocked to live in Poland ( personally I have my doubts that they would be)[/p][/quote]Why don't you go and learn a bit about what the Nazis did. Then maybe you wouldn't embarrass yourself by showing everyone what an absolute idiot you are.[/p][/quote]Right so are you also saying you hate germans/Germany because of world war ? Cos that is rascist and nazis were in the war and not the same ones in weatherspoons brighton today? Come on back it up with an actual opinion your just proud about being walked over and how everything is so pc ( can't say this .. Can't say that) why were there no anti Palestine protests outside waitrose? Pointless protest and People ( who weren't Palestines ) just got on with it. If you think EDL is stupid that's fine but let them have their day just like most protests do I don't see anyone other than hippy middle class do gooders getting offended so can't be rascist[/p][/quote]Oh still proving you are an idiot not all Germans were Nazis why would you say they were?[/p][/quote]Try telling my 97 yr old dad that. clubrob6
  • Score: 0

3:08pm Sun 27 Apr 14

clubrob6 says...

peteb21 wrote:
I think people need to realise and appreciate that it's the EDL who cause all the trouble. Last year all 104 of the EDL protesters were arrested, compared with 0 of the 10,000 anti protesters
WRONG the other way around.Most arrests at these events are with members of the Unite Against Freedom UAF,as with most events of this nature.
[quote][p][bold]peteb21[/bold] wrote: I think people need to realise and appreciate that it's the EDL who cause all the trouble. Last year all 104 of the EDL protesters were arrested, compared with 0 of the 10,000 anti protesters[/p][/quote]WRONG the other way around.Most arrests at these events are with members of the Unite Against Freedom UAF,as with most events of this nature. clubrob6
  • Score: 9

3:17pm Sun 27 Apr 14

hey mongo says...

Arrggh wrote:
hey mongo wrote:
Phillip Smith wrote:
hey mongo wrote:
I fully support the marchers..unlike the hippy grass smoking and worsed of all green voting anti protesters who have really destroyed this city...
Why don't you try posting under your real name then? Judging by your spelling and use of grammar I think you need to go back to school for some education.
Oh ere we go its the dictionary police....go and smoke a joint whilst banging one out over caroline lucas you toby lol
Why aren't you there with them then? Could you not come up with a more thoughtful retort?
Whats a retort?
[quote][p][bold]Arrggh[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hey mongo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Phillip Smith[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hey mongo[/bold] wrote: I fully support the marchers..unlike the hippy grass smoking and worsed of all green voting anti protesters who have really destroyed this city...[/p][/quote]Why don't you try posting under your real name then? Judging by your spelling and use of grammar I think you need to go back to school for some education.[/p][/quote]Oh ere we go its the dictionary police....go and smoke a joint whilst banging one out over caroline lucas you toby lol[/p][/quote]Why aren't you there with them then? Could you not come up with a more thoughtful retort?[/p][/quote]Whats a retort? hey mongo
  • Score: -3

3:19pm Sun 27 Apr 14

peteb21 says...

clubrob6 wrote:
peteb21 wrote:
I think people need to realise and appreciate that it's the EDL who cause all the trouble. Last year all 104 of the EDL protesters were arrested, compared with 0 of the 10,000 anti protesters
WRONG the other way around.Most arrests at these events are with members of the Unite Against Freedom UAF,as with most events of this nature.
I think you will find you are WRONG actually but don't let small things such as facts get in the way of any points you wish to make!
[quote][p][bold]clubrob6[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]peteb21[/bold] wrote: I think people need to realise and appreciate that it's the EDL who cause all the trouble. Last year all 104 of the EDL protesters were arrested, compared with 0 of the 10,000 anti protesters[/p][/quote]WRONG the other way around.Most arrests at these events are with members of the Unite Against Freedom UAF,as with most events of this nature.[/p][/quote]I think you will find you are WRONG actually but don't let small things such as facts get in the way of any points you wish to make! peteb21
  • Score: 0

3:22pm Sun 27 Apr 14

clubrob6 says...

PorkyChopper wrote:
SmileyD wrote:
...and you maintain that AFA / UAF is financed by the government? Priceless! ( hope you've remembered to put your tin foil hats on...)
It is fully supported and controlled by the British Establishment and they are wheeled out at every opportunity. It's (common) purpose is to cause chaos, division and disruption, by opposing imaginary powerless "fascists" in every corner and under every bed, which keeps people distracted from the very real fascists who wield power in government and big business. Cameron, Blair, Brown plus a multitude of MPs from all parties (including our dear Mx Lucas) are all signatories and supporters, plus the usual suspects from the world of entertainment and the meedja. It's called "controlled opposition". It gives the zombified and brain dead majority of the population the impression we live in a free and democratic country. Fascism isn't tattooed bully boys making rude noises and kicking people in the head. It's an economic system whereby big business is in control of the state, for the benefit of a small elite, and the state uses it's power to enforce the will of big business. We've moved on from strutting dictators in fancy uniforms giving speeches to ranks of uniformed men. They have learned their lessons and are a lot more subtle about it these days. And they have great PR people. Sound familiar? Keep up old chap, the world's moving on without you.
This is why the government funded Unite Against Freedom UAF is sent to UKIP events too,as the powers that be don't want there bubble burst.Its not by chance that the people at the top of politics in the three main parties are millionaires.
[quote][p][bold]PorkyChopper[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SmileyD[/bold] wrote: ...and you maintain that AFA / UAF is financed by the government? Priceless! ( hope you've remembered to put your tin foil hats on...)[/p][/quote]It is fully supported and controlled by the British Establishment and they are wheeled out at every opportunity. It's (common) purpose is to cause chaos, division and disruption, by opposing imaginary powerless "fascists" in every corner and under every bed, which keeps people distracted from the very real fascists who wield power in government and big business. Cameron, Blair, Brown plus a multitude of MPs from all parties (including our dear Mx Lucas) are all signatories and supporters, plus the usual suspects from the world of entertainment and the meedja. It's called "controlled opposition". It gives the zombified and brain dead majority of the population the impression we live in a free and democratic country. Fascism isn't tattooed bully boys making rude noises and kicking people in the head. It's an economic system whereby big business is in control of the state, for the benefit of a small elite, and the state uses it's power to enforce the will of big business. We've moved on from strutting dictators in fancy uniforms giving speeches to ranks of uniformed men. They have learned their lessons and are a lot more subtle about it these days. And they have great PR people. Sound familiar? Keep up old chap, the world's moving on without you.[/p][/quote]This is why the government funded Unite Against Freedom UAF is sent to UKIP events too,as the powers that be don't want there bubble burst.Its not by chance that the people at the top of politics in the three main parties are millionaires. clubrob6
  • Score: 9

3:27pm Sun 27 Apr 14

clubrob6 says...

peteb21 wrote:
clubrob6 wrote:
peteb21 wrote:
I think people need to realise and appreciate that it's the EDL who cause all the trouble. Last year all 104 of the EDL protesters were arrested, compared with 0 of the 10,000 anti protesters
WRONG the other way around.Most arrests at these events are with members of the Unite Against Freedom UAF,as with most events of this nature.
I think you will find you are WRONG actually but don't let small things such as facts get in the way of any points you wish to make!
You believe what you read the media only mentions arrests from the MFG side but usually arrests are far greater from such extremist groups Unite Against Freedom.
[quote][p][bold]peteb21[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]clubrob6[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]peteb21[/bold] wrote: I think people need to realise and appreciate that it's the EDL who cause all the trouble. Last year all 104 of the EDL protesters were arrested, compared with 0 of the 10,000 anti protesters[/p][/quote]WRONG the other way around.Most arrests at these events are with members of the Unite Against Freedom UAF,as with most events of this nature.[/p][/quote]I think you will find you are WRONG actually but don't let small things such as facts get in the way of any points you wish to make![/p][/quote]You believe what you read the media only mentions arrests from the MFG side but usually arrests are far greater from such extremist groups Unite Against Freedom. clubrob6
  • Score: 6

3:36pm Sun 27 Apr 14

John H. West says...

Just had fascists walk down Buckingham Road, where I live and was born, insulting and screaming obscenities at me & my neihbours. People visibly shocked and outraged. What a disgrace. What are the police doing?
Just had fascists walk down Buckingham Road, where I live and was born, insulting and screaming obscenities at me & my neihbours. People visibly shocked and outraged. What a disgrace. What are the police doing? John H. West
  • Score: 6

3:41pm Sun 27 Apr 14

Arrggh says...

hey mongo wrote:
Arrggh wrote:
hey mongo wrote:
Phillip Smith wrote:
hey mongo wrote:
I fully support the marchers..unlike the hippy grass smoking and worsed of all green voting anti protesters who have really destroyed this city...
Why don't you try posting under your real name then? Judging by your spelling and use of grammar I think you need to go back to school for some education.
Oh ere we go its the dictionary police....go and smoke a joint whilst banging one out over caroline lucas you toby lol
Why aren't you there with them then? Could you not come up with a more thoughtful retort?
Whats a retort?
Response, reply, retort- if you highlight a word and right click you should get a definition.
[quote][p][bold]hey mongo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Arrggh[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hey mongo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Phillip Smith[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hey mongo[/bold] wrote: I fully support the marchers..unlike the hippy grass smoking and worsed of all green voting anti protesters who have really destroyed this city...[/p][/quote]Why don't you try posting under your real name then? Judging by your spelling and use of grammar I think you need to go back to school for some education.[/p][/quote]Oh ere we go its the dictionary police....go and smoke a joint whilst banging one out over caroline lucas you toby lol[/p][/quote]Why aren't you there with them then? Could you not come up with a more thoughtful retort?[/p][/quote]Whats a retort?[/p][/quote]Response, reply, retort- if you highlight a word and right click you should get a definition. Arrggh
  • Score: 4

3:50pm Sun 27 Apr 14

Arrggh says...

JHunty wrote:
Arrggh wrote:
Metro Reader wrote:
This vile scum will NOT stop me from going out in to Brighton today, the opposite actually.

Only hope that the Argus don't over report what is happening or sensationalise like they normally do.

As for the £500k police cost it is time that the local elected councillors put a stop to this annual closure of Brighton. The true cost of this 'event' will me much much more.

WHY are the police not able to stop this from happening in the first place?
I am in favour of free speech but half a million plus lost trade is a long way from free. I've seen an estimate of 70 so called patriots- can we get an estimate from the Argus? Shouldn't be too difficult they're all surrounded by boys in blue.
So can we all stop the protestors we don't agree with? The worst and most violent demo I have seen in Brighton by far was the May Day Smashedo demo, look it up on the argus site, they have cost us millions and on that day physically attacked banks and restaurants. Yet Ben Duncan Caroline Lucas, Andy R all actively support them. Now Brightons trade unions are it seems working hand in hand with them as they are the same people who are behind stopthemfe. So why is ok to support SmashEdos violent and costly demos but you want 70 rather lost looking souls to have their rights taken away from them? At every Smashedo demo the arrest records showed the majority weren't from Brighton. Yet their violent demos were supported by many of those now calling for MFE to be banned.
Strange to see scrapper Duncan blogging. I thought he had given that up after embarrassing himself so badly with his vituperative and shamefully personal attacks on the labour candidate in Hanover on behalf of the greens.
I tried to be as clear as possible that I don't support any group being that disruptive- why would it have infringed their free speech to have the demo away from the city centre?
Since it began MfE has cost millions to police and more in lost trade.
[quote][p][bold]JHunty[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Arrggh[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Metro Reader[/bold] wrote: This vile scum will NOT stop me from going out in to Brighton today, the opposite actually. Only hope that the Argus don't over report what is happening or sensationalise like they normally do. As for the £500k police cost it is time that the local elected councillors put a stop to this annual closure of Brighton. The true cost of this 'event' will me much much more. WHY are the police not able to stop this from happening in the first place?[/p][/quote]I am in favour of free speech but half a million plus lost trade is a long way from free. I've seen an estimate of 70 so called patriots- can we get an estimate from the Argus? Shouldn't be too difficult they're all surrounded by boys in blue.[/p][/quote]So can we all stop the protestors we don't agree with? The worst and most violent demo I have seen in Brighton by far was the May Day Smashedo demo, look it up on the argus site, they have cost us millions and on that day physically attacked banks and restaurants. Yet Ben Duncan Caroline Lucas, Andy R all actively support them. Now Brightons trade unions are it seems working hand in hand with them as they are the same people who are behind stopthemfe. So why is ok to support SmashEdos violent and costly demos but you want 70 rather lost looking souls to have their rights taken away from them? At every Smashedo demo the arrest records showed the majority weren't from Brighton. Yet their violent demos were supported by many of those now calling for MFE to be banned. Strange to see scrapper Duncan blogging. I thought he had given that up after embarrassing himself so badly with his vituperative and shamefully personal attacks on the labour candidate in Hanover on behalf of the greens.[/p][/quote]I tried to be as clear as possible that I don't support any group being that disruptive- why would it have infringed their free speech to have the demo away from the city centre? Since it began MfE has cost millions to police and more in lost trade. Arrggh
  • Score: 7

3:51pm Sun 27 Apr 14

clubrob6 says...

John H. West wrote:
Just had fascists walk down Buckingham Road, where I live and was born, insulting and screaming obscenities at me & my neihbours. People visibly shocked and outraged. What a disgrace. What are the police doing?
That's what the police are here for to stop this,are you sure they were Fascists or more probably the anti=fascists.The police cant do anything if they don't know about it.
[quote][p][bold]John H. West[/bold] wrote: Just had fascists walk down Buckingham Road, where I live and was born, insulting and screaming obscenities at me & my neihbours. People visibly shocked and outraged. What a disgrace. What are the police doing?[/p][/quote]That's what the police are here for to stop this,are you sure they were Fascists or more probably the anti=fascists.The police cant do anything if they don't know about it. clubrob6
  • Score: 2

3:55pm Sun 27 Apr 14

Arrggh says...

If you have any complaints about how today was policed get in touch with the Chief Inspector in Lewes. If you've lost trade send them an estimate.
Ask who was responsible for the decision to hold the event- such things should be open to democratic scrutiny.
If you have any complaints about how today was policed get in touch with the Chief Inspector in Lewes. If you've lost trade send them an estimate. Ask who was responsible for the decision to hold the event- such things should be open to democratic scrutiny. Arrggh
  • Score: 0

4:05pm Sun 27 Apr 14

clubrob6 says...

Arrggh wrote:
If you have any complaints about how today was policed get in touch with the Chief Inspector in Lewes. If you've lost trade send them an estimate.
Ask who was responsible for the decision to hold the event- such things should be open to democratic scrutiny.
I popped into pub for couple of pints in hove before my sunday lunch they were quite busy most in support of the march.
[quote][p][bold]Arrggh[/bold] wrote: If you have any complaints about how today was policed get in touch with the Chief Inspector in Lewes. If you've lost trade send them an estimate. Ask who was responsible for the decision to hold the event- such things should be open to democratic scrutiny.[/p][/quote]I popped into pub for couple of pints in hove before my sunday lunch they were quite busy most in support of the march. clubrob6
  • Score: 0

4:05pm Sun 27 Apr 14

braigieben says...

peteb21 wrote:
I think people need to realise and appreciate that it's the EDL who cause all the trouble. Last year all 104 of the EDL protesters were arrested, compared with 0 of the 10,000 anti protesters
Haha what an absolute load of rubbish? The antis caused the trouble last year ask the police
[quote][p][bold]peteb21[/bold] wrote: I think people need to realise and appreciate that it's the EDL who cause all the trouble. Last year all 104 of the EDL protesters were arrested, compared with 0 of the 10,000 anti protesters[/p][/quote]Haha what an absolute load of rubbish? The antis caused the trouble last year ask the police braigieben
  • Score: 1

4:09pm Sun 27 Apr 14

Arrggh says...

clubrob6 wrote:
Arrggh wrote:
If you have any complaints about how today was policed get in touch with the Chief Inspector in Lewes. If you've lost trade send them an estimate.
Ask who was responsible for the decision to hold the event- such things should be open to democratic scrutiny.
I popped into pub for couple of pints in hove before my sunday lunch they were quite busy most in support of the march.
Then they wont have any complaints- did you ask them why they weren't on it?
[quote][p][bold]clubrob6[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Arrggh[/bold] wrote: If you have any complaints about how today was policed get in touch with the Chief Inspector in Lewes. If you've lost trade send them an estimate. Ask who was responsible for the decision to hold the event- such things should be open to democratic scrutiny.[/p][/quote]I popped into pub for couple of pints in hove before my sunday lunch they were quite busy most in support of the march.[/p][/quote]Then they wont have any complaints- did you ask them why they weren't on it? Arrggh
  • Score: 0

4:13pm Sun 27 Apr 14

NathanAdler says...

The Marxist filth are the problem. I saw one of them take a poo in public earlier. What filthy people the anti-fascists are. At least the MforEs looked clean.
The Marxist filth are the problem. I saw one of them take a poo in public earlier. What filthy people the anti-fascists are. At least the MforEs looked clean. NathanAdler
  • Score: 3

4:33pm Sun 27 Apr 14

Darius23 says...

just seen footage shot from inside dorset pub on gardener st of edl hurling tables, bottles and glasses at protestors. what do police do?restrain edl louts? no. they go after protestors whilst edl continue to hurl objects at protestors until a hit is scored. why? because police and edl are on the same oppresive team. what did they do to edl? made them pick the tables up. if this was a protest against fracking with people quietly sitting the police would have been all over them like an unwelcome rash, tweaking ears and making arrests. deeply depressing if unsurprising
just seen footage shot from inside dorset pub on gardener st of edl hurling tables, bottles and glasses at protestors. what do police do?restrain edl louts? no. they go after protestors whilst edl continue to hurl objects at protestors until a hit is scored. why? because police and edl are on the same oppresive team. what did they do to edl? made them pick the tables up. if this was a protest against fracking with people quietly sitting the police would have been all over them like an unwelcome rash, tweaking ears and making arrests. deeply depressing if unsurprising Darius23
  • Score: 4

4:39pm Sun 27 Apr 14

thelieshurts says...

Am I right from a distance I saw a German flag being carried by one of the anti EDL, there was another flag as well can be sure about that one.
Am thinking what would happen if a English flag was taken to Germany at a N F march.
Be glad when they've all left Brighton.
Am I right from a distance I saw a German flag being carried by one of the anti EDL, there was another flag as well can be sure about that one. Am thinking what would happen if a English flag was taken to Germany at a N F march. Be glad when they've all left Brighton. thelieshurts
  • Score: 1

4:42pm Sun 27 Apr 14

clubrob6 says...

Arrggh wrote:
clubrob6 wrote:
Arrggh wrote:
If you have any complaints about how today was policed get in touch with the Chief Inspector in Lewes. If you've lost trade send them an estimate.
Ask who was responsible for the decision to hold the event- such things should be open to democratic scrutiny.
I popped into pub for couple of pints in hove before my sunday lunch they were quite busy most in support of the march.
Then they wont have any complaints- did you ask them why they weren't on it?
Because both sides especially the Unite Against Freedom UAF now attracts an extremist element.But speaking to normal people in the pub not many are against the march.The danger to the city now is the UAF supporters but hopefully the police will keep a visable element to stop innocent members of the public becoming victims of them.
[quote][p][bold]Arrggh[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]clubrob6[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Arrggh[/bold] wrote: If you have any complaints about how today was policed get in touch with the Chief Inspector in Lewes. If you've lost trade send them an estimate. Ask who was responsible for the decision to hold the event- such things should be open to democratic scrutiny.[/p][/quote]I popped into pub for couple of pints in hove before my sunday lunch they were quite busy most in support of the march.[/p][/quote]Then they wont have any complaints- did you ask them why they weren't on it?[/p][/quote]Because both sides especially the Unite Against Freedom UAF now attracts an extremist element.But speaking to normal people in the pub not many are against the march.The danger to the city now is the UAF supporters but hopefully the police will keep a visable element to stop innocent members of the public becoming victims of them. clubrob6
  • Score: -1

4:49pm Sun 27 Apr 14

John H. West says...

clubrob6 wrote:
John H. West wrote:
Just had fascists walk down Buckingham Road, where I live and was born, insulting and screaming obscenities at me & my neihbours. People visibly shocked and outraged. What a disgrace. What are the police doing?
That's what the police are here for to stop this,are you sure they were Fascists or more probably the anti=fascists.The police cant do anything if they don't know about it.
Hi Rob - they were definitely the fascists, easily identified by the flags they carried and their chants. Hooligan types, insulting people. Some of the stuff they screamed at the women was pretty terrible. I know none of these people are actually from Brighton and they just come here because they hate us for the open and accepting nice city we have, and I appreciate it's a very hard job for our police, but it's still sad to see this. Remembering my parents who lived here, I can only imagine what my dad would have felt seeing nazis march on English soil through his neighbourhood.
[quote][p][bold]clubrob6[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]John H. West[/bold] wrote: Just had fascists walk down Buckingham Road, where I live and was born, insulting and screaming obscenities at me & my neihbours. People visibly shocked and outraged. What a disgrace. What are the police doing?[/p][/quote]That's what the police are here for to stop this,are you sure they were Fascists or more probably the anti=fascists.The police cant do anything if they don't know about it.[/p][/quote]Hi Rob - they were definitely the fascists, easily identified by the flags they carried and their chants. Hooligan types, insulting people. Some of the stuff they screamed at the women was pretty terrible. I know none of these people are actually from Brighton and they just come here because they hate us for the open and accepting nice city we have, and I appreciate it's a very hard job for our police, but it's still sad to see this. Remembering my parents who lived here, I can only imagine what my dad would have felt seeing nazis march on English soil through his neighbourhood. John H. West
  • Score: 13

4:49pm Sun 27 Apr 14

Arrggh says...

clubrob6 wrote:
Arrggh wrote:
clubrob6 wrote:
Arrggh wrote:
If you have any complaints about how today was policed get in touch with the Chief Inspector in Lewes. If you've lost trade send them an estimate.
Ask who was responsible for the decision to hold the event- such things should be open to democratic scrutiny.
I popped into pub for couple of pints in hove before my sunday lunch they were quite busy most in support of the march.
Then they wont have any complaints- did you ask them why they weren't on it?
Because both sides especially the Unite Against Freedom UAF now attracts an extremist element.But speaking to normal people in the pub not many are against the march.The danger to the city now is the UAF supporters but hopefully the police will keep a visable element to stop innocent members of the public becoming victims of them.
clubrob6- the anti brigade that was most active has retired to the Mash Tun- feel free to ask them if they are UAF because most anti-fascists aren't and don't understand the obsession with them. I've seen youtube videos of people I know accusing them of belonging to UAF for no other reason than opposing MfE. I guess that's easier than accepting that a variety of people turn out.
Why are you so upset that I've passed on advice from a policeman today about where people can address their complaints?
[quote][p][bold]clubrob6[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Arrggh[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]clubrob6[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Arrggh[/bold] wrote: If you have any complaints about how today was policed get in touch with the Chief Inspector in Lewes. If you've lost trade send them an estimate. Ask who was responsible for the decision to hold the event- such things should be open to democratic scrutiny.[/p][/quote]I popped into pub for couple of pints in hove before my sunday lunch they were quite busy most in support of the march.[/p][/quote]Then they wont have any complaints- did you ask them why they weren't on it?[/p][/quote]Because both sides especially the Unite Against Freedom UAF now attracts an extremist element.But speaking to normal people in the pub not many are against the march.The danger to the city now is the UAF supporters but hopefully the police will keep a visable element to stop innocent members of the public becoming victims of them.[/p][/quote]clubrob6- the anti brigade that was most active has retired to the Mash Tun- feel free to ask them if they are UAF because most anti-fascists aren't and don't understand the obsession with them. I've seen youtube videos of people I know accusing them of belonging to UAF for no other reason than opposing MfE. I guess that's easier than accepting that a variety of people turn out. Why are you so upset that I've passed on advice from a policeman today about where people can address their complaints? Arrggh
  • Score: 7

4:52pm Sun 27 Apr 14

John H. West says...

clubrob6 wrote:
Arrggh wrote:
clubrob6 wrote:
Arrggh wrote:
If you have any complaints about how today was policed get in touch with the Chief Inspector in Lewes. If you've lost trade send them an estimate.
Ask who was responsible for the decision to hold the event- such things should be open to democratic scrutiny.
I popped into pub for couple of pints in hove before my sunday lunch they were quite busy most in support of the march.
Then they wont have any complaints- did you ask them why they weren't on it?
Because both sides especially the Unite Against Freedom UAF now attracts an extremist element.But speaking to normal people in the pub not many are against the march.The danger to the city now is the UAF supporters but hopefully the police will keep a visable element to stop innocent members of the public becoming victims of them.
I think you might have been had there Rob. There is no support for this march in this city at all. There's a reason why all the marchers are lead to the station by the police, and that's that none of them are actually from here. They come to pick a fight and provoke the locals as they hate the nice tolerant easy-going city we all built and love together.
[quote][p][bold]clubrob6[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Arrggh[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]clubrob6[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Arrggh[/bold] wrote: If you have any complaints about how today was policed get in touch with the Chief Inspector in Lewes. If you've lost trade send them an estimate. Ask who was responsible for the decision to hold the event- such things should be open to democratic scrutiny.[/p][/quote]I popped into pub for couple of pints in hove before my sunday lunch they were quite busy most in support of the march.[/p][/quote]Then they wont have any complaints- did you ask them why they weren't on it?[/p][/quote]Because both sides especially the Unite Against Freedom UAF now attracts an extremist element.But speaking to normal people in the pub not many are against the march.The danger to the city now is the UAF supporters but hopefully the police will keep a visable element to stop innocent members of the public becoming victims of them.[/p][/quote]I think you might have been had there Rob. There is no support for this march in this city at all. There's a reason why all the marchers are lead to the station by the police, and that's that none of them are actually from here. They come to pick a fight and provoke the locals as they hate the nice tolerant easy-going city we all built and love together. John H. West
  • Score: 13

4:55pm Sun 27 Apr 14

clubrob6 says...

Darius23 wrote:
just seen footage shot from inside dorset pub on gardener st of edl hurling tables, bottles and glasses at protestors. what do police do?restrain edl louts? no. they go after protestors whilst edl continue to hurl objects at protestors until a hit is scored. why? because police and edl are on the same oppresive team. what did they do to edl? made them pick the tables up. if this was a protest against fracking with people quietly sitting the police would have been all over them like an unwelcome rash, tweaking ears and making arrests. deeply depressing if unsurprising
Or was it that as you say EDL were in the pub having a pint when Unite Against Freedom UAF came crashing in to attack them?The police on these occasions have a difficult job.I cant see why you think the police are on the EDL side even though its not even a EDL march perhaps the police were simply keeping law and order.If it was the other way round i'm quite sure the police would have come down heavy on the MFE.
[quote][p][bold]Darius23[/bold] wrote: just seen footage shot from inside dorset pub on gardener st of edl hurling tables, bottles and glasses at protestors. what do police do?restrain edl louts? no. they go after protestors whilst edl continue to hurl objects at protestors until a hit is scored. why? because police and edl are on the same oppresive team. what did they do to edl? made them pick the tables up. if this was a protest against fracking with people quietly sitting the police would have been all over them like an unwelcome rash, tweaking ears and making arrests. deeply depressing if unsurprising[/p][/quote]Or was it that as you say EDL were in the pub having a pint when Unite Against Freedom UAF came crashing in to attack them?The police on these occasions have a difficult job.I cant see why you think the police are on the EDL side even though its not even a EDL march perhaps the police were simply keeping law and order.If it was the other way round i'm quite sure the police would have come down heavy on the MFE. clubrob6
  • Score: -1

5:02pm Sun 27 Apr 14

clubrob6 says...

John H. West wrote:
clubrob6 wrote:
John H. West wrote:
Just had fascists walk down Buckingham Road, where I live and was born, insulting and screaming obscenities at me & my neihbours. People visibly shocked and outraged. What a disgrace. What are the police doing?
That's what the police are here for to stop this,are you sure they were Fascists or more probably the anti=fascists.The police cant do anything if they don't know about it.
Hi Rob - they were definitely the fascists, easily identified by the flags they carried and their chants. Hooligan types, insulting people. Some of the stuff they screamed at the women was pretty terrible. I know none of these people are actually from Brighton and they just come here because they hate us for the open and accepting nice city we have, and I appreciate it's a very hard job for our police, but it's still sad to see this. Remembering my parents who lived here, I can only imagine what my dad would have felt seeing nazis march on English soil through his neighbourhood.
Hi John H.West you should have called the police they would have been there in no time as they wont allow this sort of behaviour from any side.Unfortunately the MFE and UAF have now an extremist element.I hope the police are out in force for the rest of the day as both groups have probably gone to the pub now.
[quote][p][bold]John H. West[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]clubrob6[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]John H. West[/bold] wrote: Just had fascists walk down Buckingham Road, where I live and was born, insulting and screaming obscenities at me & my neihbours. People visibly shocked and outraged. What a disgrace. What are the police doing?[/p][/quote]That's what the police are here for to stop this,are you sure they were Fascists or more probably the anti=fascists.The police cant do anything if they don't know about it.[/p][/quote]Hi Rob - they were definitely the fascists, easily identified by the flags they carried and their chants. Hooligan types, insulting people. Some of the stuff they screamed at the women was pretty terrible. I know none of these people are actually from Brighton and they just come here because they hate us for the open and accepting nice city we have, and I appreciate it's a very hard job for our police, but it's still sad to see this. Remembering my parents who lived here, I can only imagine what my dad would have felt seeing nazis march on English soil through his neighbourhood.[/p][/quote]Hi John H.West you should have called the police they would have been there in no time as they wont allow this sort of behaviour from any side.Unfortunately the MFE and UAF have now an extremist element.I hope the police are out in force for the rest of the day as both groups have probably gone to the pub now. clubrob6
  • Score: 1

5:21pm Sun 27 Apr 14

clubrob6 says...

Arrggh wrote:
clubrob6 wrote:
Arrggh wrote:
clubrob6 wrote:
Arrggh wrote:
If you have any complaints about how today was policed get in touch with the Chief Inspector in Lewes. If you've lost trade send them an estimate.
Ask who was responsible for the decision to hold the event- such things should be open to democratic scrutiny.
I popped into pub for couple of pints in hove before my sunday lunch they were quite busy most in support of the march.
Then they wont have any complaints- did you ask them why they weren't on it?
Because both sides especially the Unite Against Freedom UAF now attracts an extremist element.But speaking to normal people in the pub not many are against the march.The danger to the city now is the UAF supporters but hopefully the police will keep a visable element to stop innocent members of the public becoming victims of them.
clubrob6- the anti brigade that was most active has retired to the Mash Tun- feel free to ask them if they are UAF because most anti-fascists aren't and don't understand the obsession with them. I've seen youtube videos of people I know accusing them of belonging to UAF for no other reason than opposing MfE. I guess that's easier than accepting that a variety of people turn out.
Why are you so upset that I've passed on advice from a policeman today about where people can address their complaints?
Im not upset people have a right to complain,i even agree with some of your earlier comments that the march could be staged where it would cause less disruption.My main point with my comments was both sides now attract the violent extremist element.People assume that the UAF is a peacefull movement its anything but I call them Unite Against Freedom.I am pleased the police made people of both sides take there face coverings off as I think you don't have a right to protest is you cant show your face.Other groups were there today like the green party peacefully putting there point across,the UAF which is government funded is trying to stop people having a say on anything it disagrees with.They even go to UKIP events now shouting racists.Hopefully no one got hurt today and we can get on with our normal lives.
[quote][p][bold]Arrggh[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]clubrob6[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Arrggh[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]clubrob6[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Arrggh[/bold] wrote: If you have any complaints about how today was policed get in touch with the Chief Inspector in Lewes. If you've lost trade send them an estimate. Ask who was responsible for the decision to hold the event- such things should be open to democratic scrutiny.[/p][/quote]I popped into pub for couple of pints in hove before my sunday lunch they were quite busy most in support of the march.[/p][/quote]Then they wont have any complaints- did you ask them why they weren't on it?[/p][/quote]Because both sides especially the Unite Against Freedom UAF now attracts an extremist element.But speaking to normal people in the pub not many are against the march.The danger to the city now is the UAF supporters but hopefully the police will keep a visable element to stop innocent members of the public becoming victims of them.[/p][/quote]clubrob6- the anti brigade that was most active has retired to the Mash Tun- feel free to ask them if they are UAF because most anti-fascists aren't and don't understand the obsession with them. I've seen youtube videos of people I know accusing them of belonging to UAF for no other reason than opposing MfE. I guess that's easier than accepting that a variety of people turn out. Why are you so upset that I've passed on advice from a policeman today about where people can address their complaints?[/p][/quote]Im not upset people have a right to complain,i even agree with some of your earlier comments that the march could be staged where it would cause less disruption.My main point with my comments was both sides now attract the violent extremist element.People assume that the UAF is a peacefull movement its anything but I call them Unite Against Freedom.I am pleased the police made people of both sides take there face coverings off as I think you don't have a right to protest is you cant show your face.Other groups were there today like the green party peacefully putting there point across,the UAF which is government funded is trying to stop people having a say on anything it disagrees with.They even go to UKIP events now shouting racists.Hopefully no one got hurt today and we can get on with our normal lives. clubrob6
  • Score: 1

5:29pm Sun 27 Apr 14

clubrob6 says...

Arrggh wrote:
clubrob6 wrote:
Arrggh wrote:
clubrob6 wrote:
Arrggh wrote:
If you have any complaints about how today was policed get in touch with the Chief Inspector in Lewes. If you've lost trade send them an estimate.
Ask who was responsible for the decision to hold the event- such things should be open to democratic scrutiny.
I popped into pub for couple of pints in hove before my sunday lunch they were quite busy most in support of the march.
Then they wont have any complaints- did you ask them why they weren't on it?
Because both sides especially the Unite Against Freedom UAF now attracts an extremist element.But speaking to normal people in the pub not many are against the march.The danger to the city now is the UAF supporters but hopefully the police will keep a visable element to stop innocent members of the public becoming victims of them.
clubrob6- the anti brigade that was most active has retired to the Mash Tun- feel free to ask them if they are UAF because most anti-fascists aren't and don't understand the obsession with them. I've seen youtube videos of people I know accusing them of belonging to UAF for no other reason than opposing MfE. I guess that's easier than accepting that a variety of people turn out.
Why are you so upset that I've passed on advice from a policeman today about where people can address their complaints?
I suppose the true can be said for the MFE most people think they are EDL but are not.You are correct a variety of people turn out I don't go to such events as ALL sides attract the violent element.I just wish it could be like further north where you can show your pride for your country and everyone join in without it upsetting certain elements of the community.
[quote][p][bold]Arrggh[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]clubrob6[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Arrggh[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]clubrob6[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Arrggh[/bold] wrote: If you have any complaints about how today was policed get in touch with the Chief Inspector in Lewes. If you've lost trade send them an estimate. Ask who was responsible for the decision to hold the event- such things should be open to democratic scrutiny.[/p][/quote]I popped into pub for couple of pints in hove before my sunday lunch they were quite busy most in support of the march.[/p][/quote]Then they wont have any complaints- did you ask them why they weren't on it?[/p][/quote]Because both sides especially the Unite Against Freedom UAF now attracts an extremist element.But speaking to normal people in the pub not many are against the march.The danger to the city now is the UAF supporters but hopefully the police will keep a visable element to stop innocent members of the public becoming victims of them.[/p][/quote]clubrob6- the anti brigade that was most active has retired to the Mash Tun- feel free to ask them if they are UAF because most anti-fascists aren't and don't understand the obsession with them. I've seen youtube videos of people I know accusing them of belonging to UAF for no other reason than opposing MfE. I guess that's easier than accepting that a variety of people turn out. Why are you so upset that I've passed on advice from a policeman today about where people can address their complaints?[/p][/quote]I suppose the true can be said for the MFE most people think they are EDL but are not.You are correct a variety of people turn out I don't go to such events as ALL sides attract the violent element.I just wish it could be like further north where you can show your pride for your country and everyone join in without it upsetting certain elements of the community. clubrob6
  • Score: 2

5:39pm Sun 27 Apr 14

Fercri Sakes says...

NathanAdler wrote:
The Marxist filth are the problem. I saw one of them take a poo in public earlier. What filthy people the anti-fascists are. At least the MforEs looked clean.
I agree. A bit like those snappily dressed Nazis in WWII. Why so many of our ancestors lost their lives fighting Germany I'll never know. Hitler, Himmler, Goebbels & Göring were always immaculately turned out unlike our scruffy Churchill.
[quote][p][bold]NathanAdler[/bold] wrote: The Marxist filth are the problem. I saw one of them take a poo in public earlier. What filthy people the anti-fascists are. At least the MforEs looked clean.[/p][/quote]I agree. A bit like those snappily dressed Nazis in WWII. Why so many of our ancestors lost their lives fighting Germany I'll never know. Hitler, Himmler, Goebbels & Göring were always immaculately turned out unlike our scruffy Churchill. Fercri Sakes
  • Score: -2

5:46pm Sun 27 Apr 14

nuttyju says...

Note to the scum ! 3 UKIP meetings next month please don't bother coming, no-one is interested in any of the rubbish you have to say. Members of UKIP are not racist and you make your selves look really silly by saying it (I know you used to it but hey humour me yeah !) Perhaps you could do something useful like "working" for example !! That would be novel eh !!
Note to the scum ! 3 UKIP meetings next month please don't bother coming, no-one is interested in any of the rubbish you have to say. Members of UKIP are not racist and you make your selves look really silly by saying it (I know you used to it but hey humour me yeah !) Perhaps you could do something useful like "working" for example !! That would be novel eh !! nuttyju
  • Score: 4

6:28pm Sun 27 Apr 14

Arrggh says...

nuttyju wrote:
Note to the scum ! 3 UKIP meetings next month please don't bother coming, no-one is interested in any of the rubbish you have to say. Members of UKIP are not racist and you make your selves look really silly by saying it (I know you used to it but hey humour me yeah !) Perhaps you could do something useful like "working" for example !! That would be novel eh !!
Those recent comments by a candidate about Lenny Henry were just retro then? And the guy in their advert and Geoffrey Bloom and so on- I suppose you think the BNP aren't racist either?
[quote][p][bold]nuttyju[/bold] wrote: Note to the scum ! 3 UKIP meetings next month please don't bother coming, no-one is interested in any of the rubbish you have to say. Members of UKIP are not racist and you make your selves look really silly by saying it (I know you used to it but hey humour me yeah !) Perhaps you could do something useful like "working" for example !! That would be novel eh !![/p][/quote]Those recent comments by a candidate about Lenny Henry were just retro then? And the guy in their advert and Geoffrey Bloom and so on- I suppose you think the BNP aren't racist either? Arrggh
  • Score: -5

6:52pm Sun 27 Apr 14

Arrggh says...

clubrob6 wrote:
Arrggh wrote:
clubrob6 wrote:
Arrggh wrote:
clubrob6 wrote:
Arrggh wrote:
If you have any complaints about how today was policed get in touch with the Chief Inspector in Lewes. If you've lost trade send them an estimate.
Ask who was responsible for the decision to hold the event- such things should be open to democratic scrutiny.
I popped into pub for couple of pints in hove before my sunday lunch they were quite busy most in support of the march.
Then they wont have any complaints- did you ask them why they weren't on it?
Because both sides especially the Unite Against Freedom UAF now attracts an extremist element.But speaking to normal people in the pub not many are against the march.The danger to the city now is the UAF supporters but hopefully the police will keep a visable element to stop innocent members of the public becoming victims of them.
clubrob6- the anti brigade that was most active has retired to the Mash Tun- feel free to ask them if they are UAF because most anti-fascists aren't and don't understand the obsession with them. I've seen youtube videos of people I know accusing them of belonging to UAF for no other reason than opposing MfE. I guess that's easier than accepting that a variety of people turn out.
Why are you so upset that I've passed on advice from a policeman today about where people can address their complaints?
I suppose the true can be said for the MFE most people think they are EDL but are not.You are correct a variety of people turn out I don't go to such events as ALL sides attract the violent element.I just wish it could be like further north where you can show your pride for your country and everyone join in without it upsetting certain elements of the community.
clubrob6- The march was called EDL by someone on these threads who regretted not attending because Lucas protested against it. Same people different name and while I didn't hear it today when I walked past in other years E-E-EDL could be heard for some distance. The idea that an extremist element couldn't be found and prevented from returning to a march involving only a hundred is risible.
[quote][p][bold]clubrob6[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Arrggh[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]clubrob6[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Arrggh[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]clubrob6[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Arrggh[/bold] wrote: If you have any complaints about how today was policed get in touch with the Chief Inspector in Lewes. If you've lost trade send them an estimate. Ask who was responsible for the decision to hold the event- such things should be open to democratic scrutiny.[/p][/quote]I popped into pub for couple of pints in hove before my sunday lunch they were quite busy most in support of the march.[/p][/quote]Then they wont have any complaints- did you ask them why they weren't on it?[/p][/quote]Because both sides especially the Unite Against Freedom UAF now attracts an extremist element.But speaking to normal people in the pub not many are against the march.The danger to the city now is the UAF supporters but hopefully the police will keep a visable element to stop innocent members of the public becoming victims of them.[/p][/quote]clubrob6- the anti brigade that was most active has retired to the Mash Tun- feel free to ask them if they are UAF because most anti-fascists aren't and don't understand the obsession with them. I've seen youtube videos of people I know accusing them of belonging to UAF for no other reason than opposing MfE. I guess that's easier than accepting that a variety of people turn out. Why are you so upset that I've passed on advice from a policeman today about where people can address their complaints?[/p][/quote]I suppose the true can be said for the MFE most people think they are EDL but are not.You are correct a variety of people turn out I don't go to such events as ALL sides attract the violent element.I just wish it could be like further north where you can show your pride for your country and everyone join in without it upsetting certain elements of the community.[/p][/quote]clubrob6- The march was called EDL by someone on these threads who regretted not attending because Lucas protested against it. Same people different name and while I didn't hear it today when I walked past in other years E-E-EDL could be heard for some distance. The idea that an extremist element couldn't be found and prevented from returning to a march involving only a hundred is risible. Arrggh
  • Score: 0

7:17pm Sun 27 Apr 14

clubrob6 says...

Arrggh wrote:
nuttyju wrote:
Note to the scum ! 3 UKIP meetings next month please don't bother coming, no-one is interested in any of the rubbish you have to say. Members of UKIP are not racist and you make your selves look really silly by saying it (I know you used to it but hey humour me yeah !) Perhaps you could do something useful like "working" for example !! That would be novel eh !!
Those recent comments by a candidate about Lenny Henry were just retro then? And the guy in their advert and Geoffrey Bloom and so on- I suppose you think the BNP aren't racist either?
The three main parties are trying every dirty trick in the book to turn voters away from UKIP,but its just giving UKIP more support.UKIP are NOT racist and the government funded Unite Against Freedom have started to cause trouble at there events,The issues there main paries are doing about UKIP are so minor,this wek the expences plot but it was an allowance ALL mep's get and quite low £15000/yr,but that went quiet when Miller gained over £1M for a house that the mortgage was falsely paid for by the tax payer,then Farages wife taking someone's job because she is german,then because they used a actor on a poster something all parties do.Basically they cant find any major dirt to dish so we get a constant flow of bully boy tactics.Even the government funded UAF are sent.I will be voting UKIP.
[quote][p][bold]Arrggh[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]nuttyju[/bold] wrote: Note to the scum ! 3 UKIP meetings next month please don't bother coming, no-one is interested in any of the rubbish you have to say. Members of UKIP are not racist and you make your selves look really silly by saying it (I know you used to it but hey humour me yeah !) Perhaps you could do something useful like "working" for example !! That would be novel eh !![/p][/quote]Those recent comments by a candidate about Lenny Henry were just retro then? And the guy in their advert and Geoffrey Bloom and so on- I suppose you think the BNP aren't racist either?[/p][/quote]The three main parties are trying every dirty trick in the book to turn voters away from UKIP,but its just giving UKIP more support.UKIP are NOT racist and the government funded Unite Against Freedom have started to cause trouble at there events,The issues there main paries are doing about UKIP are so minor,this wek the expences plot but it was an allowance ALL mep's get and quite low £15000/yr,but that went quiet when Miller gained over £1M for a house that the mortgage was falsely paid for by the tax payer,then Farages wife taking someone's job because she is german,then because they used a actor on a poster something all parties do.Basically they cant find any major dirt to dish so we get a constant flow of bully boy tactics.Even the government funded UAF are sent.I will be voting UKIP. clubrob6
  • Score: 4

7:21pm Sun 27 Apr 14

stoner1690 says...

Caroline Lucas is one ugly woman.
Caroline Lucas is one ugly woman. stoner1690
  • Score: 2

7:23pm Sun 27 Apr 14

Arrggh says...

clubrob6 wrote:
Arrggh wrote:
nuttyju wrote:
Note to the scum ! 3 UKIP meetings next month please don't bother coming, no-one is interested in any of the rubbish you have to say. Members of UKIP are not racist and you make your selves look really silly by saying it (I know you used to it but hey humour me yeah !) Perhaps you could do something useful like "working" for example !! That would be novel eh !!
Those recent comments by a candidate about Lenny Henry were just retro then? And the guy in their advert and Geoffrey Bloom and so on- I suppose you think the BNP aren't racist either?
The three main parties are trying every dirty trick in the book to turn voters away from UKIP,but its just giving UKIP more support.UKIP are NOT racist and the government funded Unite Against Freedom have started to cause trouble at there events,The issues there main paries are doing about UKIP are so minor,this wek the expences plot but it was an allowance ALL mep's get and quite low £15000/yr,but that went quiet when Miller gained over £1M for a house that the mortgage was falsely paid for by the tax payer,then Farages wife taking someone's job because she is german,then because they used a actor on a poster something all parties do.Basically they cant find any major dirt to dish so we get a constant flow of bully boy tactics.Even the government funded UAF are sent.I will be voting UKIP.
All three of the main parties MEPs submit their expenses to independent auditors to avoid the kind of charge levelled at Farage but he refuses.
I'm not claiming any of the main three are saintly but the idea that UKIP are different and anti-establishment doesn't hold water.
He and his party are just less organised- he can't seem to get anyone else to talk to the media without embarrassing themselves.
[quote][p][bold]clubrob6[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Arrggh[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]nuttyju[/bold] wrote: Note to the scum ! 3 UKIP meetings next month please don't bother coming, no-one is interested in any of the rubbish you have to say. Members of UKIP are not racist and you make your selves look really silly by saying it (I know you used to it but hey humour me yeah !) Perhaps you could do something useful like "working" for example !! That would be novel eh !![/p][/quote]Those recent comments by a candidate about Lenny Henry were just retro then? And the guy in their advert and Geoffrey Bloom and so on- I suppose you think the BNP aren't racist either?[/p][/quote]The three main parties are trying every dirty trick in the book to turn voters away from UKIP,but its just giving UKIP more support.UKIP are NOT racist and the government funded Unite Against Freedom have started to cause trouble at there events,The issues there main paries are doing about UKIP are so minor,this wek the expences plot but it was an allowance ALL mep's get and quite low £15000/yr,but that went quiet when Miller gained over £1M for a house that the mortgage was falsely paid for by the tax payer,then Farages wife taking someone's job because she is german,then because they used a actor on a poster something all parties do.Basically they cant find any major dirt to dish so we get a constant flow of bully boy tactics.Even the government funded UAF are sent.I will be voting UKIP.[/p][/quote]All three of the main parties MEPs submit their expenses to independent auditors to avoid the kind of charge levelled at Farage but he refuses. I'm not claiming any of the main three are saintly but the idea that UKIP are different and anti-establishment doesn't hold water. He and his party are just less organised- he can't seem to get anyone else to talk to the media without embarrassing themselves. Arrggh
  • Score: 4

7:37pm Sun 27 Apr 14

SmileyD says...

clubrob6 wrote:
Arrggh wrote:
nuttyju wrote:
Note to the scum ! 3 UKIP meetings next month please don't bother coming, no-one is interested in any of the rubbish you have to say. Members of UKIP are not racist and you make your selves look really silly by saying it (I know you used to it but hey humour me yeah !) Perhaps you could do something useful like "working" for example !! That would be novel eh !!
Those recent comments by a candidate about Lenny Henry were just retro then? And the guy in their advert and Geoffrey Bloom and so on- I suppose you think the BNP aren't racist either?
The three main parties are trying every dirty trick in the book to turn voters away from UKIP,but its just giving UKIP more support.UKIP are NOT racist and the government funded Unite Against Freedom have started to cause trouble at there events,The issues there main paries are doing about UKIP are so minor,this wek the expences plot but it was an allowance ALL mep's get and quite low £15000/yr,but that went quiet when Miller gained over £1M for a house that the mortgage was falsely paid for by the tax payer,then Farages wife taking someone's job because she is german,then because they used a actor on a poster something all parties do.Basically they cant find any major dirt to dish so we get a constant flow of bully boy tactics.Even the government funded UAF are sent.I will be voting UKIP.
So UKIP are ok then? I guess all the stories about their dodgy expenses, and racist comments made by their members/ candidaters /elected representatives are just smears engineered by the 'British Establishment' and the 3 main parties too then? Thanks for enlightening us.
[quote][p][bold]clubrob6[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Arrggh[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]nuttyju[/bold] wrote: Note to the scum ! 3 UKIP meetings next month please don't bother coming, no-one is interested in any of the rubbish you have to say. Members of UKIP are not racist and you make your selves look really silly by saying it (I know you used to it but hey humour me yeah !) Perhaps you could do something useful like "working" for example !! That would be novel eh !![/p][/quote]Those recent comments by a candidate about Lenny Henry were just retro then? And the guy in their advert and Geoffrey Bloom and so on- I suppose you think the BNP aren't racist either?[/p][/quote]The three main parties are trying every dirty trick in the book to turn voters away from UKIP,but its just giving UKIP more support.UKIP are NOT racist and the government funded Unite Against Freedom have started to cause trouble at there events,The issues there main paries are doing about UKIP are so minor,this wek the expences plot but it was an allowance ALL mep's get and quite low £15000/yr,but that went quiet when Miller gained over £1M for a house that the mortgage was falsely paid for by the tax payer,then Farages wife taking someone's job because she is german,then because they used a actor on a poster something all parties do.Basically they cant find any major dirt to dish so we get a constant flow of bully boy tactics.Even the government funded UAF are sent.I will be voting UKIP.[/p][/quote]So UKIP are ok then? I guess all the stories about their dodgy expenses, and racist comments made by their members/ candidaters /elected representatives are just smears engineered by the 'British Establishment' and the 3 main parties too then? Thanks for enlightening us. SmileyD
  • Score: -7

7:53pm Sun 27 Apr 14

ZeeGee, ffs says...

Brilliant day out!!

The police were marvelous, they kept ther UAF/Antifa/etc thugs at bay, and they were very supportive at all levels.

I was able to wave my flag and smile in sympathy at the scum who opposed us AND I was able to drink and watch the footy in the Prince Albert exactly as I had planned.

Great result for Chelsea...great result for true Englishmen.
Brilliant day out!! The police were marvelous, they kept ther UAF/Antifa/etc thugs at bay, and they were very supportive at all levels. I was able to wave my flag and smile in sympathy at the scum who opposed us AND I was able to drink and watch the footy in the Prince Albert exactly as I had planned. Great result for Chelsea...great result for true Englishmen. ZeeGee, ffs
  • Score: 0

8:54pm Sun 27 Apr 14

Arrggh says...

ZeeGee, ffs wrote:
Brilliant day out!!

The police were marvelous, they kept ther UAF/Antifa/etc thugs at bay, and they were very supportive at all levels.

I was able to wave my flag and smile in sympathy at the scum who opposed us AND I was able to drink and watch the footy in the Prince Albert exactly as I had planned.

Great result for Chelsea...great result for true Englishmen.
Why don't you want to do a show for the fringe with a power point presentation of why you're superior and your coherent beliefs?
So many need educating, in your humble opinion, that surely it makes sense.
If you want I'll do it for you, maybe just quoting your posts on here but provide a script if you like.
[quote][p][bold]ZeeGee, ffs[/bold] wrote: Brilliant day out!! The police were marvelous, they kept ther UAF/Antifa/etc thugs at bay, and they were very supportive at all levels. I was able to wave my flag and smile in sympathy at the scum who opposed us AND I was able to drink and watch the footy in the Prince Albert exactly as I had planned. Great result for Chelsea...great result for true Englishmen.[/p][/quote]Why don't you want to do a show for the fringe with a power point presentation of why you're superior and your coherent beliefs? So many need educating, in your humble opinion, that surely it makes sense. If you want I'll do it for you, maybe just quoting your posts on here but provide a script if you like. Arrggh
  • Score: -1

9:00pm Sun 27 Apr 14

Arrggh says...

ZeeGee, ffs- you could call it 'how I fell in love with myself.' HTH
ZeeGee, ffs- you could call it 'how I fell in love with myself.' HTH Arrggh
  • Score: 1

9:01pm Sun 27 Apr 14

clubrob6 says...

SmileyD wrote:
clubrob6 wrote:
Arrggh wrote:
nuttyju wrote:
Note to the scum ! 3 UKIP meetings next month please don't bother coming, no-one is interested in any of the rubbish you have to say. Members of UKIP are not racist and you make your selves look really silly by saying it (I know you used to it but hey humour me yeah !) Perhaps you could do something useful like "working" for example !! That would be novel eh !!
Those recent comments by a candidate about Lenny Henry were just retro then? And the guy in their advert and Geoffrey Bloom and so on- I suppose you think the BNP aren't racist either?
The three main parties are trying every dirty trick in the book to turn voters away from UKIP,but its just giving UKIP more support.UKIP are NOT racist and the government funded Unite Against Freedom have started to cause trouble at there events,The issues there main paries are doing about UKIP are so minor,this wek the expences plot but it was an allowance ALL mep's get and quite low £15000/yr,but that went quiet when Miller gained over £1M for a house that the mortgage was falsely paid for by the tax payer,then Farages wife taking someone's job because she is german,then because they used a actor on a poster something all parties do.Basically they cant find any major dirt to dish so we get a constant flow of bully boy tactics.Even the government funded UAF are sent.I will be voting UKIP.
So UKIP are ok then? I guess all the stories about their dodgy expenses, and racist comments made by their members/ candidaters /elected representatives are just smears engineered by the 'British Establishment' and the 3 main parties too then? Thanks for enlightening us.
ALL petty little things,lets see how the public vote next month.So far all the petty dirty tricks have backfired as the three main parties are much much worse.Lets face it ,its because the three main parties now think they have a right to tell us what and what not we can vote on is why UKIP has gained strength.The main parties are now running scared making promises that we all know will be forgot about if get in power.Talking about immigration is not racist like the three main parties thought up until now,all we want is controlled immigration not it stopped.I could go on but I will leave you to see what petty dirty tricks the three main parties bring up tomorrow.
[quote][p][bold]SmileyD[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]clubrob6[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Arrggh[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]nuttyju[/bold] wrote: Note to the scum ! 3 UKIP meetings next month please don't bother coming, no-one is interested in any of the rubbish you have to say. Members of UKIP are not racist and you make your selves look really silly by saying it (I know you used to it but hey humour me yeah !) Perhaps you could do something useful like "working" for example !! That would be novel eh !![/p][/quote]Those recent comments by a candidate about Lenny Henry were just retro then? And the guy in their advert and Geoffrey Bloom and so on- I suppose you think the BNP aren't racist either?[/p][/quote]The three main parties are trying every dirty trick in the book to turn voters away from UKIP,but its just giving UKIP more support.UKIP are NOT racist and the government funded Unite Against Freedom have started to cause trouble at there events,The issues there main paries are doing about UKIP are so minor,this wek the expences plot but it was an allowance ALL mep's get and quite low £15000/yr,but that went quiet when Miller gained over £1M for a house that the mortgage was falsely paid for by the tax payer,then Farages wife taking someone's job because she is german,then because they used a actor on a poster something all parties do.Basically they cant find any major dirt to dish so we get a constant flow of bully boy tactics.Even the government funded UAF are sent.I will be voting UKIP.[/p][/quote]So UKIP are ok then? I guess all the stories about their dodgy expenses, and racist comments made by their members/ candidaters /elected representatives are just smears engineered by the 'British Establishment' and the 3 main parties too then? Thanks for enlightening us.[/p][/quote]ALL petty little things,lets see how the public vote next month.So far all the petty dirty tricks have backfired as the three main parties are much much worse.Lets face it ,its because the three main parties now think they have a right to tell us what and what not we can vote on is why UKIP has gained strength.The main parties are now running scared making promises that we all know will be forgot about if get in power.Talking about immigration is not racist like the three main parties thought up until now,all we want is controlled immigration not it stopped.I could go on but I will leave you to see what petty dirty tricks the three main parties bring up tomorrow. clubrob6
  • Score: 2

9:10pm Sun 27 Apr 14

sugar man says...

braigieben wrote:
Why is a nazi salute rascist ?? It maybe offensive just like seeing fat girls walking out of macdonalds is In the summer months wearing t shirts they once fit in but nobody is up and arms about it?Freedom of speech surely ? I don't get offended If I meet a vegetarian , I say fair enough each to the own and carrying on eating my steak ! Is a Muslim allowed to chant Taliban stuff? Is that not offensive / racist? That happens here many times? Why don't you go and protest them ? If this was taking place in another country I could see the anger but why are people angry about English people who are proud to be English instead of the huge dumping ground that we have become with no identity that we all get to pay for ? I'd like to know if polish people would be happy if millions of people flocked to live in Poland ( personally I have my doubts that they would be)
what on earth are you blabbering about?!!
[quote][p][bold]braigieben[/bold] wrote: Why is a nazi salute rascist ?? It maybe offensive just like seeing fat girls walking out of macdonalds is In the summer months wearing t shirts they once fit in but nobody is up and arms about it?Freedom of speech surely ? I don't get offended If I meet a vegetarian , I say fair enough each to the own and carrying on eating my steak ! Is a Muslim allowed to chant Taliban stuff? Is that not offensive / racist? That happens here many times? Why don't you go and protest them ? If this was taking place in another country I could see the anger but why are people angry about English people who are proud to be English instead of the huge dumping ground that we have become with no identity that we all get to pay for ? I'd like to know if polish people would be happy if millions of people flocked to live in Poland ( personally I have my doubts that they would be)[/p][/quote]what on earth are you blabbering about?!! sugar man
  • Score: 0

9:12pm Sun 27 Apr 14

ZeeGee, ffs says...

Arrggh wrote:
ZeeGee, ffs wrote:
Brilliant day out!!

The police were marvelous, they kept ther UAF/Antifa/etc thugs at bay, and they were very supportive at all levels.

I was able to wave my flag and smile in sympathy at the scum who opposed us AND I was able to drink and watch the footy in the Prince Albert exactly as I had planned.

Great result for Chelsea...great result for true Englishmen.
Why don't you want to do a show for the fringe with a power point presentation of why you're superior and your coherent beliefs?
So many need educating, in your humble opinion, that surely it makes sense.
If you want I'll do it for you, maybe just quoting your posts on here but provide a script if you like.
My day went exactly as planned except for the couple of showers. My suit was soaking at one point, but I didn't give a fig. I didn't intend to have a beer beforehand, but being directed to the Bright Helm, it would have been rude not to, lol.

The police were just awesome. They had no control over the couple of missiles you scum threw, but they cannot be everywhere. The officers were friendly polite yet authoritative...we did exactly as they suggested, and their banter with us diffused a potentially stressful situation. They were just as wonderful as we dispersed, and were even on hand outside the Albert when one or two of the unwashed got aggressive.

Good to see so many of the UAF crowd being dragged off West Street BEFORE the march had begun.

And Well Done to Chelsea!!
[quote][p][bold]Arrggh[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ZeeGee, ffs[/bold] wrote: Brilliant day out!! The police were marvelous, they kept ther UAF/Antifa/etc thugs at bay, and they were very supportive at all levels. I was able to wave my flag and smile in sympathy at the scum who opposed us AND I was able to drink and watch the footy in the Prince Albert exactly as I had planned. Great result for Chelsea...great result for true Englishmen.[/p][/quote]Why don't you want to do a show for the fringe with a power point presentation of why you're superior and your coherent beliefs? So many need educating, in your humble opinion, that surely it makes sense. If you want I'll do it for you, maybe just quoting your posts on here but provide a script if you like.[/p][/quote]My day went exactly as planned except for the couple of showers. My suit was soaking at one point, but I didn't give a fig. I didn't intend to have a beer beforehand, but being directed to the Bright Helm, it would have been rude not to, lol. The police were just awesome. They had no control over the couple of missiles you scum threw, but they cannot be everywhere. The officers were friendly polite yet authoritative...we did exactly as they suggested, and their banter with us diffused a potentially stressful situation. They were just as wonderful as we dispersed, and were even on hand outside the Albert when one or two of the unwashed got aggressive. Good to see so many of the UAF crowd being dragged off West Street BEFORE the march had begun. And Well Done to Chelsea!! ZeeGee, ffs
  • Score: 3

9:16pm Sun 27 Apr 14

clubrob6 says...

27 arrests be interesting to see which side they were on.The police have got the balance right by dealing with law breakers from both sides.Hopefully anyone that broke the law can now be traced as face covering were banned.Im off out for a pint now hope its safe out there.
27 arrests be interesting to see which side they were on.The police have got the balance right by dealing with law breakers from both sides.Hopefully anyone that broke the law can now be traced as face covering were banned.Im off out for a pint now hope its safe out there. clubrob6
  • Score: 2

9:21pm Sun 27 Apr 14

ZeeGee, ffs says...

Arrggh wrote:
If you have any complaints about how today was policed get in touch with the Chief Inspector in Lewes. If you've lost trade send them an estimate.
Ask who was responsible for the decision to hold the event- such things should be open to democratic scrutiny.
They are.

The police find it easier to allow the march rather than risk having uncontrolled marchers turning up ad hoc in Brighton. Even someone as stupid as you should have worked that one out, ffs.
[quote][p][bold]Arrggh[/bold] wrote: If you have any complaints about how today was policed get in touch with the Chief Inspector in Lewes. If you've lost trade send them an estimate. Ask who was responsible for the decision to hold the event- such things should be open to democratic scrutiny.[/p][/quote]They are. The police find it easier to allow the march rather than risk having uncontrolled marchers turning up ad hoc in Brighton. Even someone as stupid as you should have worked that one out, ffs. ZeeGee, ffs
  • Score: 5

9:22pm Sun 27 Apr 14

ZeeGee, ffs says...

clubrob6 wrote:
27 arrests be interesting to see which side they were on.The police have got the balance right by dealing with law breakers from both sides.Hopefully anyone that broke the law can now be traced as face covering were banned.Im off out for a pint now hope its safe out there.
ALL arrests are the fault of the anti-marchers. If it wasn't for them, a day out in Brighton would be enjoyed by everyone.

HTH
[quote][p][bold]clubrob6[/bold] wrote: 27 arrests be interesting to see which side they were on.The police have got the balance right by dealing with law breakers from both sides.Hopefully anyone that broke the law can now be traced as face covering were banned.Im off out for a pint now hope its safe out there.[/p][/quote]ALL arrests are the fault of the anti-marchers. If it wasn't for them, a day out in Brighton would be enjoyed by everyone. HTH ZeeGee, ffs
  • Score: 0

9:23pm Sun 27 Apr 14

clubrob6 says...

ZeeGee, ffs wrote:
Arrggh wrote:
ZeeGee, ffs wrote:
Brilliant day out!!

The police were marvelous, they kept ther UAF/Antifa/etc thugs at bay, and they were very supportive at all levels.

I was able to wave my flag and smile in sympathy at the scum who opposed us AND I was able to drink and watch the footy in the Prince Albert exactly as I had planned.

Great result for Chelsea...great result for true Englishmen.
Why don't you want to do a show for the fringe with a power point presentation of why you're superior and your coherent beliefs?
So many need educating, in your humble opinion, that surely it makes sense.
If you want I'll do it for you, maybe just quoting your posts on here but provide a script if you like.
My day went exactly as planned except for the couple of showers. My suit was soaking at one point, but I didn't give a fig. I didn't intend to have a beer beforehand, but being directed to the Bright Helm, it would have been rude not to, lol.

The police were just awesome. They had no control over the couple of missiles you scum threw, but they cannot be everywhere. The officers were friendly polite yet authoritative...we did exactly as they suggested, and their banter with us diffused a potentially stressful situation. They were just as wonderful as we dispersed, and were even on hand outside the Albert when one or two of the unwashed got aggressive.

Good to see so many of the UAF crowd being dragged off West Street BEFORE the march had begun.

And Well Done to Chelsea!!
Im also pleased that the police have now realised the UAF is a violent group just out for trouble.Its a point I have been making all day.I hope the government removes its funding from it as its obviously been taken over by an extremist element.
[quote][p][bold]ZeeGee, ffs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Arrggh[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ZeeGee, ffs[/bold] wrote: Brilliant day out!! The police were marvelous, they kept ther UAF/Antifa/etc thugs at bay, and they were very supportive at all levels. I was able to wave my flag and smile in sympathy at the scum who opposed us AND I was able to drink and watch the footy in the Prince Albert exactly as I had planned. Great result for Chelsea...great result for true Englishmen.[/p][/quote]Why don't you want to do a show for the fringe with a power point presentation of why you're superior and your coherent beliefs? So many need educating, in your humble opinion, that surely it makes sense. If you want I'll do it for you, maybe just quoting your posts on here but provide a script if you like.[/p][/quote]My day went exactly as planned except for the couple of showers. My suit was soaking at one point, but I didn't give a fig. I didn't intend to have a beer beforehand, but being directed to the Bright Helm, it would have been rude not to, lol. The police were just awesome. They had no control over the couple of missiles you scum threw, but they cannot be everywhere. The officers were friendly polite yet authoritative...we did exactly as they suggested, and their banter with us diffused a potentially stressful situation. They were just as wonderful as we dispersed, and were even on hand outside the Albert when one or two of the unwashed got aggressive. Good to see so many of the UAF crowd being dragged off West Street BEFORE the march had begun. And Well Done to Chelsea!![/p][/quote]Im also pleased that the police have now realised the UAF is a violent group just out for trouble.Its a point I have been making all day.I hope the government removes its funding from it as its obviously been taken over by an extremist element. clubrob6
  • Score: 5

9:28pm Sun 27 Apr 14

ZeeGee, ffs says...

Arrggh wrote:
Metro Reader wrote:
This vile scum will NOT stop me from going out in to Brighton today, the opposite actually.

Only hope that the Argus don't over report what is happening or sensationalise like they normally do.

As for the £500k police cost it is time that the local elected councillors put a stop to this annual closure of Brighton. The true cost of this 'event' will me much much more.

WHY are the police not able to stop this from happening in the first place?
I am in favour of free speech but half a million plus lost trade is a long way from free. I've seen an estimate of 70 so called patriots- can we get an estimate from the Argus? Shouldn't be too difficult they're all surrounded by boys in blue.
No, don't lie. You HATE freedom of speech. That's why you've spent all week complaining about this march AND you probably turned up to chant abuse at the marchers.

That's the trouble with you lefty filth - the truth is something that only happens to other people.
[quote][p][bold]Arrggh[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Metro Reader[/bold] wrote: This vile scum will NOT stop me from going out in to Brighton today, the opposite actually. Only hope that the Argus don't over report what is happening or sensationalise like they normally do. As for the £500k police cost it is time that the local elected councillors put a stop to this annual closure of Brighton. The true cost of this 'event' will me much much more. WHY are the police not able to stop this from happening in the first place?[/p][/quote]I am in favour of free speech but half a million plus lost trade is a long way from free. I've seen an estimate of 70 so called patriots- can we get an estimate from the Argus? Shouldn't be too difficult they're all surrounded by boys in blue.[/p][/quote]No, don't lie. You HATE freedom of speech. That's why you've spent all week complaining about this march AND you probably turned up to chant abuse at the marchers. That's the trouble with you lefty filth - the truth is something that only happens to other people. ZeeGee, ffs
  • Score: 3

9:34pm Sun 27 Apr 14

Arrggh says...

ZeeGee, ffs wrote:
Arrggh wrote:
Metro Reader wrote:
This vile scum will NOT stop me from going out in to Brighton today, the opposite actually.

Only hope that the Argus don't over report what is happening or sensationalise like they normally do.

As for the £500k police cost it is time that the local elected councillors put a stop to this annual closure of Brighton. The true cost of this 'event' will me much much more.

WHY are the police not able to stop this from happening in the first place?
I am in favour of free speech but half a million plus lost trade is a long way from free. I've seen an estimate of 70 so called patriots- can we get an estimate from the Argus? Shouldn't be too difficult they're all surrounded by boys in blue.
No, don't lie. You HATE freedom of speech. That's why you've spent all week complaining about this march AND you probably turned up to chant abuse at the marchers.

That's the trouble with you lefty filth - the truth is something that only happens to other people.
Didn't chant anything just thought 'what a waste of money' when the police are facing cutbacks. Attempting to debate with you has been amusing but you don't have responses, apart from repeating yourself. Why would your freedom of speech have been affected if the march was away from the city centre?
[quote][p][bold]ZeeGee, ffs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Arrggh[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Metro Reader[/bold] wrote: This vile scum will NOT stop me from going out in to Brighton today, the opposite actually. Only hope that the Argus don't over report what is happening or sensationalise like they normally do. As for the £500k police cost it is time that the local elected councillors put a stop to this annual closure of Brighton. The true cost of this 'event' will me much much more. WHY are the police not able to stop this from happening in the first place?[/p][/quote]I am in favour of free speech but half a million plus lost trade is a long way from free. I've seen an estimate of 70 so called patriots- can we get an estimate from the Argus? Shouldn't be too difficult they're all surrounded by boys in blue.[/p][/quote]No, don't lie. You HATE freedom of speech. That's why you've spent all week complaining about this march AND you probably turned up to chant abuse at the marchers. That's the trouble with you lefty filth - the truth is something that only happens to other people.[/p][/quote]Didn't chant anything just thought 'what a waste of money' when the police are facing cutbacks. Attempting to debate with you has been amusing but you don't have responses, apart from repeating yourself. Why would your freedom of speech have been affected if the march was away from the city centre? Arrggh
  • Score: 3

9:38pm Sun 27 Apr 14

Wide Bertha says...

ZeeGee, ffs wrote:
Brilliant day out!!

The police were marvelous, they kept ther UAF/Antifa/etc thugs at bay, and they were very supportive at all levels.

I was able to wave my flag and smile in sympathy at the scum who opposed us AND I was able to drink and watch the footy in the Prince Albert exactly as I had planned.

Great result for Chelsea...great result for true Englishmen.
except for the fact that they don't show football matches in the Prince Albert .....
[quote][p][bold]ZeeGee, ffs[/bold] wrote: Brilliant day out!! The police were marvelous, they kept ther UAF/Antifa/etc thugs at bay, and they were very supportive at all levels. I was able to wave my flag and smile in sympathy at the scum who opposed us AND I was able to drink and watch the footy in the Prince Albert exactly as I had planned. Great result for Chelsea...great result for true Englishmen.[/p][/quote]except for the fact that they don't show football matches in the Prince Albert ..... Wide Bertha
  • Score: 3

9:38pm Sun 27 Apr 14

yaddab says...

In an earlier decade the MFE crowd would have been creating havoc at Millwall Fc. That is all they are. Hooligans out for a fight .. march for England and ...


God save donald duck, vaudeville and variety
In an earlier decade the MFE crowd would have been creating havoc at Millwall Fc. That is all they are. Hooligans out for a fight .. march for England and ... God save donald duck, vaudeville and variety yaddab
  • Score: 2

9:40pm Sun 27 Apr 14

Maxwell's Ghost says...

The majority of those arrested were not locals. Let's hope their sentencing includes a ban from this city as football hooligans receive when they play up.
We don't need what is really a very small group of fat blokes wanting to play wrestling games with each other on both sides making Brighton a no-go area for ordinary families.
They should stay in their own communities. Come on magistrates, clean up the city.
The majority of those arrested were not locals. Let's hope their sentencing includes a ban from this city as football hooligans receive when they play up. We don't need what is really a very small group of fat blokes wanting to play wrestling games with each other on both sides making Brighton a no-go area for ordinary families. They should stay in their own communities. Come on magistrates, clean up the city. Maxwell's Ghost
  • Score: 6

9:51pm Sun 27 Apr 14

clubrob6 says...

clubrob6 wrote:
ZeeGee, ffs wrote:
Arrggh wrote:
ZeeGee, ffs wrote:
Brilliant day out!!

The police were marvelous, they kept ther UAF/Antifa/etc thugs at bay, and they were very supportive at all levels.

I was able to wave my flag and smile in sympathy at the scum who opposed us AND I was able to drink and watch the footy in the Prince Albert exactly as I had planned.

Great result for Chelsea...great result for true Englishmen.
Why don't you want to do a show for the fringe with a power point presentation of why you're superior and your coherent beliefs?
So many need educating, in your humble opinion, that surely it makes sense.
If you want I'll do it for you, maybe just quoting your posts on here but provide a script if you like.
My day went exactly as planned except for the couple of showers. My suit was soaking at one point, but I didn't give a fig. I didn't intend to have a beer beforehand, but being directed to the Bright Helm, it would have been rude not to, lol.

The police were just awesome. They had no control over the couple of missiles you scum threw, but they cannot be everywhere. The officers were friendly polite yet authoritative...we did exactly as they suggested, and their banter with us diffused a potentially stressful situation. They were just as wonderful as we dispersed, and were even on hand outside the Albert when one or two of the unwashed got aggressive.

Good to see so many of the UAF crowd being dragged off West Street BEFORE the march had begun.

And Well Done to Chelsea!!
Im also pleased that the police have now realised the UAF is a violent group just out for trouble.Its a point I have been making all day.I hope the government removes its funding from it as its obviously been taken over by an extremist element.
In fact to close on todays proceeding which was very well managed by the police,i think things have gone in a full circle the people that used to give abuse to our troops on coming home marches are now with the UAF hiding behind the name.After all one of Brave LEE RIGBYs murderers was a speaker at UAF events.Just a thought.Hope i'm wrong.
[quote][p][bold]clubrob6[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ZeeGee, ffs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Arrggh[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ZeeGee, ffs[/bold] wrote: Brilliant day out!! The police were marvelous, they kept ther UAF/Antifa/etc thugs at bay, and they were very supportive at all levels. I was able to wave my flag and smile in sympathy at the scum who opposed us AND I was able to drink and watch the footy in the Prince Albert exactly as I had planned. Great result for Chelsea...great result for true Englishmen.[/p][/quote]Why don't you want to do a show for the fringe with a power point presentation of why you're superior and your coherent beliefs? So many need educating, in your humble opinion, that surely it makes sense. If you want I'll do it for you, maybe just quoting your posts on here but provide a script if you like.[/p][/quote]My day went exactly as planned except for the couple of showers. My suit was soaking at one point, but I didn't give a fig. I didn't intend to have a beer beforehand, but being directed to the Bright Helm, it would have been rude not to, lol. The police were just awesome. They had no control over the couple of missiles you scum threw, but they cannot be everywhere. The officers were friendly polite yet authoritative...we did exactly as they suggested, and their banter with us diffused a potentially stressful situation. They were just as wonderful as we dispersed, and were even on hand outside the Albert when one or two of the unwashed got aggressive. Good to see so many of the UAF crowd being dragged off West Street BEFORE the march had begun. And Well Done to Chelsea!![/p][/quote]Im also pleased that the police have now realised the UAF is a violent group just out for trouble.Its a point I have been making all day.I hope the government removes its funding from it as its obviously been taken over by an extremist element.[/p][/quote]In fact to close on todays proceeding which was very well managed by the police,i think things have gone in a full circle the people that used to give abuse to our troops on coming home marches are now with the UAF hiding behind the name.After all one of Brave LEE RIGBYs murderers was a speaker at UAF events.Just a thought.Hope i'm wrong. clubrob6
  • Score: 3

9:56pm Sun 27 Apr 14

clubrob6 says...

Wide Bertha wrote:
ZeeGee, ffs wrote:
Brilliant day out!!

The police were marvelous, they kept ther UAF/Antifa/etc thugs at bay, and they were very supportive at all levels.

I was able to wave my flag and smile in sympathy at the scum who opposed us AND I was able to drink and watch the footy in the Prince Albert exactly as I had planned.

Great result for Chelsea...great result for true Englishmen.
except for the fact that they don't show football matches in the Prince Albert .....
You not got any mod cons?Technology I think you call it.
[quote][p][bold]Wide Bertha[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ZeeGee, ffs[/bold] wrote: Brilliant day out!! The police were marvelous, they kept ther UAF/Antifa/etc thugs at bay, and they were very supportive at all levels. I was able to wave my flag and smile in sympathy at the scum who opposed us AND I was able to drink and watch the footy in the Prince Albert exactly as I had planned. Great result for Chelsea...great result for true Englishmen.[/p][/quote]except for the fact that they don't show football matches in the Prince Albert .....[/p][/quote]You not got any mod cons?Technology I think you call it. clubrob6
  • Score: 4

9:58pm Sun 27 Apr 14

ZeeGee, ffs says...

yaddab wrote:
In an earlier decade the MFE crowd would have been creating havoc at Millwall Fc. That is all they are. Hooligans out for a fight .. march for England and ...


God save donald duck, vaudeville and variety
So how many of the MFE were involved in violent acts?

I was there......I witnessed and was subject to vile comments and threats of violence, right up until I decided my afternoon in Brighton should come to an end.

Watch the videos.....the protesters were the scum, not the patriots.
[quote][p][bold]yaddab[/bold] wrote: In an earlier decade the MFE crowd would have been creating havoc at Millwall Fc. That is all they are. Hooligans out for a fight .. march for England and ... God save donald duck, vaudeville and variety[/p][/quote]So how many of the MFE were involved in violent acts? I was there......I witnessed and was subject to vile comments and threats of violence, right up until I decided my afternoon in Brighton should come to an end. Watch the videos.....the protesters were the scum, not the patriots. ZeeGee, ffs
  • Score: 2

9:59pm Sun 27 Apr 14

clubrob6 says...

yaddab wrote:
In an earlier decade the MFE crowd would have been creating havoc at Millwall Fc. That is all they are. Hooligans out for a fight .. march for England and ...


God save donald duck, vaudeville and variety
Except it was not the MFE crowd that caused the trouble.It was as normal the Unite Against Freedom.UAF.
[quote][p][bold]yaddab[/bold] wrote: In an earlier decade the MFE crowd would have been creating havoc at Millwall Fc. That is all they are. Hooligans out for a fight .. march for England and ... God save donald duck, vaudeville and variety[/p][/quote]Except it was not the MFE crowd that caused the trouble.It was as normal the Unite Against Freedom.UAF. clubrob6
  • Score: 1

10:01pm Sun 27 Apr 14

ZeeGee, ffs says...

Wide Bertha wrote:
ZeeGee, ffs wrote:
Brilliant day out!!

The police were marvelous, they kept ther UAF/Antifa/etc thugs at bay, and they were very supportive at all levels.

I was able to wave my flag and smile in sympathy at the scum who opposed us AND I was able to drink and watch the footy in the Prince Albert exactly as I had planned.

Great result for Chelsea...great result for true Englishmen.
except for the fact that they don't show football matches in the Prince Albert .....
They showed the Liverpo/Chelsea and Palarse/Man City games on Greek TV, with a possible ten minute time delay......so stfu.
[quote][p][bold]Wide Bertha[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ZeeGee, ffs[/bold] wrote: Brilliant day out!! The police were marvelous, they kept ther UAF/Antifa/etc thugs at bay, and they were very supportive at all levels. I was able to wave my flag and smile in sympathy at the scum who opposed us AND I was able to drink and watch the footy in the Prince Albert exactly as I had planned. Great result for Chelsea...great result for true Englishmen.[/p][/quote]except for the fact that they don't show football matches in the Prince Albert .....[/p][/quote]They showed the Liverpo/Chelsea and Palarse/Man City games on Greek TV, with a possible ten minute time delay......so stfu. ZeeGee, ffs
  • Score: 0

10:23pm Sun 27 Apr 14

Arrggh says...

ZeeGee, ffs wrote:
Wide Bertha wrote:
ZeeGee, ffs wrote:
Brilliant day out!!

The police were marvelous, they kept ther UAF/Antifa/etc thugs at bay, and they were very supportive at all levels.

I was able to wave my flag and smile in sympathy at the scum who opposed us AND I was able to drink and watch the footy in the Prince Albert exactly as I had planned.

Great result for Chelsea...great result for true Englishmen.
except for the fact that they don't show football matches in the Prince Albert .....
They showed the Liverpo/Chelsea and Palarse/Man City games on Greek TV, with a possible ten minute time delay......so stfu.
No answer as to why your freedom of speech would have been affected by the march being away from the centre?
[quote][p][bold]ZeeGee, ffs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Wide Bertha[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ZeeGee, ffs[/bold] wrote: Brilliant day out!! The police were marvelous, they kept ther UAF/Antifa/etc thugs at bay, and they were very supportive at all levels. I was able to wave my flag and smile in sympathy at the scum who opposed us AND I was able to drink and watch the footy in the Prince Albert exactly as I had planned. Great result for Chelsea...great result for true Englishmen.[/p][/quote]except for the fact that they don't show football matches in the Prince Albert .....[/p][/quote]They showed the Liverpo/Chelsea and Palarse/Man City games on Greek TV, with a possible ten minute time delay......so stfu.[/p][/quote]No answer as to why your freedom of speech would have been affected by the march being away from the centre? Arrggh
  • Score: 0

10:25pm Sun 27 Apr 14

ZeeGee, ffs says...

Maxwell's Ghost wrote:
The majority of those arrested were not locals. Let's hope their sentencing includes a ban from this city as football hooligans receive when they play up.
We don't need what is really a very small group of fat blokes wanting to play wrestling games with each other on both sides making Brighton a no-go area for ordinary families.
They should stay in their own communities. Come on magistrates, clean up the city.
Start with the druggies if you want your city clean. The place is awash with them.

Then the homos.....
[quote][p][bold]Maxwell's Ghost[/bold] wrote: The majority of those arrested were not locals. Let's hope their sentencing includes a ban from this city as football hooligans receive when they play up. We don't need what is really a very small group of fat blokes wanting to play wrestling games with each other on both sides making Brighton a no-go area for ordinary families. They should stay in their own communities. Come on magistrates, clean up the city.[/p][/quote]Start with the druggies if you want your city clean. The place is awash with them. Then the homos..... ZeeGee, ffs
  • Score: -5

10:28pm Sun 27 Apr 14

Arrggh says...

ZeeGee, ffs wrote:
Maxwell's Ghost wrote:
The majority of those arrested were not locals. Let's hope their sentencing includes a ban from this city as football hooligans receive when they play up.
We don't need what is really a very small group of fat blokes wanting to play wrestling games with each other on both sides making Brighton a no-go area for ordinary families.
They should stay in their own communities. Come on magistrates, clean up the city.
Start with the druggies if you want your city clean. The place is awash with them.

Then the homos.....
Zeegee ffs- 'Start with the druggies if you want your city clean. The place is awash with them. Then the homos..'
And you wonder why you aren't welcome here.
[quote][p][bold]ZeeGee, ffs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Maxwell's Ghost[/bold] wrote: The majority of those arrested were not locals. Let's hope their sentencing includes a ban from this city as football hooligans receive when they play up. We don't need what is really a very small group of fat blokes wanting to play wrestling games with each other on both sides making Brighton a no-go area for ordinary families. They should stay in their own communities. Come on magistrates, clean up the city.[/p][/quote]Start with the druggies if you want your city clean. The place is awash with them. Then the homos.....[/p][/quote]Zeegee ffs- 'Start with the druggies if you want your city clean. The place is awash with them. Then the homos..' And you wonder why you aren't welcome here. Arrggh
  • Score: 3

10:45pm Sun 27 Apr 14

Arrggh says...

ZeeGee, ffs wrote:
yaddab wrote:
In an earlier decade the MFE crowd would have been creating havoc at Millwall Fc. That is all they are. Hooligans out for a fight .. march for England and ...


God save donald duck, vaudeville and variety
So how many of the MFE were involved in violent acts?

I was there......I witnessed and was subject to vile comments and threats of violence, right up until I decided my afternoon in Brighton should come to an end.

Watch the videos.....the protesters were the scum, not the patriots.
From the man who doesn't like immigrants- unless they score for my favourite team.
[quote][p][bold]ZeeGee, ffs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]yaddab[/bold] wrote: In an earlier decade the MFE crowd would have been creating havoc at Millwall Fc. That is all they are. Hooligans out for a fight .. march for England and ... God save donald duck, vaudeville and variety[/p][/quote]So how many of the MFE were involved in violent acts? I was there......I witnessed and was subject to vile comments and threats of violence, right up until I decided my afternoon in Brighton should come to an end. Watch the videos.....the protesters were the scum, not the patriots.[/p][/quote]From the man who doesn't like immigrants- unless they score for my favourite team. Arrggh
  • Score: 1

11:28pm Sun 27 Apr 14

ZeeGee, ffs says...

Arrggh wrote:
ZeeGee, ffs wrote:
Maxwell's Ghost wrote:
The majority of those arrested were not locals. Let's hope their sentencing includes a ban from this city as football hooligans receive when they play up.
We don't need what is really a very small group of fat blokes wanting to play wrestling games with each other on both sides making Brighton a no-go area for ordinary families.
They should stay in their own communities. Come on magistrates, clean up the city.
Start with the druggies if you want your city clean. The place is awash with them.

Then the homos.....
Zeegee ffs- 'Start with the druggies if you want your city clean. The place is awash with them. Then the homos..'
And you wonder why you aren't welcome here.
And you think those classes of people are?

Really?

Have you any idea of what a negative reputation Brighton has because of them?

Oh dear......you're not terribly aware of anything, are you?
[quote][p][bold]Arrggh[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ZeeGee, ffs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Maxwell's Ghost[/bold] wrote: The majority of those arrested were not locals. Let's hope their sentencing includes a ban from this city as football hooligans receive when they play up. We don't need what is really a very small group of fat blokes wanting to play wrestling games with each other on both sides making Brighton a no-go area for ordinary families. They should stay in their own communities. Come on magistrates, clean up the city.[/p][/quote]Start with the druggies if you want your city clean. The place is awash with them. Then the homos.....[/p][/quote]Zeegee ffs- 'Start with the druggies if you want your city clean. The place is awash with them. Then the homos..' And you wonder why you aren't welcome here.[/p][/quote]And you think those classes of people are? Really? Have you any idea of what a negative reputation Brighton has because of them? Oh dear......you're not terribly aware of anything, are you? ZeeGee, ffs
  • Score: -2

11:29pm Sun 27 Apr 14

braigieben says...

sugar man wrote:
braigieben wrote:
Why is a nazi salute rascist ?? It maybe offensive just like seeing fat girls walking out of macdonalds is In the summer months wearing t shirts they once fit in but nobody is up and arms about it?Freedom of speech surely ? I don't get offended If I meet a vegetarian , I say fair enough each to the own and carrying on eating my steak ! Is a Muslim allowed to chant Taliban stuff? Is that not offensive / racist? That happens here many times? Why don't you go and protest them ? If this was taking place in another country I could see the anger but why are people angry about English people who are proud to be English instead of the huge dumping ground that we have become with no identity that we all get to pay for ? I'd like to know if polish people would be happy if millions of people flocked to live in Poland ( personally I have my doubts that they would be)
what on earth are you blabbering about?!!
To you? Absolutely nothing ! Now get on with making your patchwork balaclava ready for next year so your uni tutor doesn't spot you ( or worse .. Mummy and daddy)
[quote][p][bold]sugar man[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]braigieben[/bold] wrote: Why is a nazi salute rascist ?? It maybe offensive just like seeing fat girls walking out of macdonalds is In the summer months wearing t shirts they once fit in but nobody is up and arms about it?Freedom of speech surely ? I don't get offended If I meet a vegetarian , I say fair enough each to the own and carrying on eating my steak ! Is a Muslim allowed to chant Taliban stuff? Is that not offensive / racist? That happens here many times? Why don't you go and protest them ? If this was taking place in another country I could see the anger but why are people angry about English people who are proud to be English instead of the huge dumping ground that we have become with no identity that we all get to pay for ? I'd like to know if polish people would be happy if millions of people flocked to live in Poland ( personally I have my doubts that they would be)[/p][/quote]what on earth are you blabbering about?!![/p][/quote]To you? Absolutely nothing ! Now get on with making your patchwork balaclava ready for next year so your uni tutor doesn't spot you ( or worse .. Mummy and daddy) braigieben
  • Score: -2

11:31pm Sun 27 Apr 14

ZeeGee, ffs says...

Arrggh wrote:
ZeeGee, ffs wrote:
Wide Bertha wrote:
ZeeGee, ffs wrote:
Brilliant day out!!

The police were marvelous, they kept ther UAF/Antifa/etc thugs at bay, and they were very supportive at all levels.

I was able to wave my flag and smile in sympathy at the scum who opposed us AND I was able to drink and watch the footy in the Prince Albert exactly as I had planned.

Great result for Chelsea...great result for true Englishmen.
except for the fact that they don't show football matches in the Prince Albert .....
They showed the Liverpo/Chelsea and Palarse/Man City games on Greek TV, with a possible ten minute time delay......so stfu.
No answer as to why your freedom of speech would have been affected by the march being away from the centre?
I had no say in the location of the march, but I suspect it was held in the centre so that the UAF could find it more easily.

I bet it was quite a shock for the students to be up before midday on a Sunday.....or had they simply taken whizz and stayed up all night?
[quote][p][bold]Arrggh[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ZeeGee, ffs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Wide Bertha[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ZeeGee, ffs[/bold] wrote: Brilliant day out!! The police were marvelous, they kept ther UAF/Antifa/etc thugs at bay, and they were very supportive at all levels. I was able to wave my flag and smile in sympathy at the scum who opposed us AND I was able to drink and watch the footy in the Prince Albert exactly as I had planned. Great result for Chelsea...great result for true Englishmen.[/p][/quote]except for the fact that they don't show football matches in the Prince Albert .....[/p][/quote]They showed the Liverpo/Chelsea and Palarse/Man City games on Greek TV, with a possible ten minute time delay......so stfu.[/p][/quote]No answer as to why your freedom of speech would have been affected by the march being away from the centre?[/p][/quote]I had no say in the location of the march, but I suspect it was held in the centre so that the UAF could find it more easily. I bet it was quite a shock for the students to be up before midday on a Sunday.....or had they simply taken whizz and stayed up all night? ZeeGee, ffs
  • Score: -2

11:41pm Sun 27 Apr 14

Maxwell's Ghost says...

Well if you don't like druggies and homos, don't come here. Why don't you stick to other places where they don't like them. Try Russia or Iraq. I am sure you will be very welcome as the locals don't want you here. I am baffled why you come here if you don't like it. You are clearly a little bit thick.
Well if you don't like druggies and homos, don't come here. Why don't you stick to other places where they don't like them. Try Russia or Iraq. I am sure you will be very welcome as the locals don't want you here. I am baffled why you come here if you don't like it. You are clearly a little bit thick. Maxwell's Ghost
  • Score: 5

11:52pm Sun 27 Apr 14

ZeeGee, ffs says...

Maxwell's Ghost wrote:
Well if you don't like druggies and homos, don't come here. Why don't you stick to other places where they don't like them. Try Russia or Iraq. I am sure you will be very welcome as the locals don't want you here. I am baffled why you come here if you don't like it. You are clearly a little bit thick.
Brighton residents don't like them, either. They spoil the city for everyone, and give it a negative reputation.

Me, I tend not to associate with either on my frequent visits there.
[quote][p][bold]Maxwell's Ghost[/bold] wrote: Well if you don't like druggies and homos, don't come here. Why don't you stick to other places where they don't like them. Try Russia or Iraq. I am sure you will be very welcome as the locals don't want you here. I am baffled why you come here if you don't like it. You are clearly a little bit thick.[/p][/quote]Brighton residents don't like them, either. They spoil the city for everyone, and give it a negative reputation. Me, I tend not to associate with either on my frequent visits there. ZeeGee, ffs
  • Score: -8

4:43am Mon 28 Apr 14

Gribbet says...

ZeeGee, ffs wrote:
Wide Bertha wrote:
ZeeGee, ffs wrote:
Brilliant day out!!

The police were marvelous, they kept ther UAF/Antifa/etc thugs at bay, and they were very supportive at all levels.

I was able to wave my flag and smile in sympathy at the scum who opposed us AND I was able to drink and watch the footy in the Prince Albert exactly as I had planned.

Great result for Chelsea...great result for true Englishmen.
except for the fact that they don't show football matches in the Prince Albert .....
They showed the Liverpo/Chelsea and Palarse/Man City games on Greek TV, with a possible ten minute time delay......so stfu.
Funny you mention Chelsea's win.

How many of their goals were scored by what you like to think of as 'true Englishmen'?

How many of the actual team were what you like to think of as 'true Englishmen'?
[quote][p][bold]ZeeGee, ffs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Wide Bertha[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ZeeGee, ffs[/bold] wrote: Brilliant day out!! The police were marvelous, they kept ther UAF/Antifa/etc thugs at bay, and they were very supportive at all levels. I was able to wave my flag and smile in sympathy at the scum who opposed us AND I was able to drink and watch the footy in the Prince Albert exactly as I had planned. Great result for Chelsea...great result for true Englishmen.[/p][/quote]except for the fact that they don't show football matches in the Prince Albert .....[/p][/quote]They showed the Liverpo/Chelsea and Palarse/Man City games on Greek TV, with a possible ten minute time delay......so stfu.[/p][/quote]Funny you mention Chelsea's win. How many of their goals were scored by what you like to think of as 'true Englishmen'? How many of the actual team were what you like to think of as 'true Englishmen'? Gribbet
  • Score: -1

6:46am Mon 28 Apr 14

B rian Tawses left foot says...

Thank God decent, right thinking English men and women are prepared to stand up for their country and it's traditional values and march for these things. A pity that the ruling class of this country have taken it down the road of mass immigration and - the only 'beneficiaries' are employers who now preside over a 'minimum wage' economy. The rest of us are forced to live in a 'multi-cultural' hell hole where even using public transport is akin to being forced into a mobile Tower of Babel - English being the one tongue you are unlikely to hear.,
Thank God decent, right thinking English men and women are prepared to stand up for their country and it's traditional values and march for these things. A pity that the ruling class of this country have taken it down the road of mass immigration and - the only 'beneficiaries' are employers who now preside over a 'minimum wage' economy. The rest of us are forced to live in a 'multi-cultural' hell hole where even using public transport is akin to being forced into a mobile Tower of Babel - English being the one tongue you are unlikely to hear., B rian Tawses left foot
  • Score: 3

7:14am Mon 28 Apr 14

Maxwell's Ghost says...

You clearly don't know local people. I suggest you go back to where you come from but judging from your comments, a nice sharia law country would suit you. How about Afghanistan or Saudi? Brighton is the last place on earth for you.
Just think though, if you wen to a nice sharia law country, You could probably even start calling yourself Prince. I think you would like that. Being a Prince and bossing people about giving your missus a thick ear and being allowed to.
I can see it now, you sitting in your footy shirt with your belly spilling over on your throne shouting obscenities to homos and druggies, women and children. Yes, you could be a very important man.
Maybe you could get a big angry dog and a tattoo and a range rover, although it would be 15 years old as money is probably tight for you.
You are funny.
You clearly don't know local people. I suggest you go back to where you come from but judging from your comments, a nice sharia law country would suit you. How about Afghanistan or Saudi? Brighton is the last place on earth for you. Just think though, if you wen to a nice sharia law country, You could probably even start calling yourself Prince. I think you would like that. Being a Prince and bossing people about giving your missus a thick ear and being allowed to. I can see it now, you sitting in your footy shirt with your belly spilling over on your throne shouting obscenities to homos and druggies, women and children. Yes, you could be a very important man. Maybe you could get a big angry dog and a tattoo and a range rover, although it would be 15 years old as money is probably tight for you. You are funny. Maxwell's Ghost
  • Score: 4

8:25am Mon 28 Apr 14

B rian Tawses left foot says...

Maxwell's Ghost says...

You clearly don't know local people. I suggest you go back to where you come from but judging from your comments, a nice sharia law country would suit you. How about Afghanistan or Saudi? Brighton is the last place on earth for you.
Just think though, if you wen to a nice sharia law country, You could probably even start calling yourself Prince. I think you would like that. Being a Prince and bossing people about giving your missus a thick ear and being allowed to.
I can see it now, you sitting in your footy shirt with your belly spilling over on your throne shouting obscenities to homos and druggies, women and children. Yes, you could be a very important man.
Maybe you could get a big angry dog and a tattoo and a range rover, although it would be 15 years old as money is probably tight for you.
You are funny.

I'm glad my post brightened your otherwise undoubtedly dull and pointless day. Unfortunately your 'observations' are very well wide of the mark. Your remark about me knowing 'nothing about local people' is rather ill informed as my family has been based in Brighton since the 19th century. I have a mother, aunts, uncles and cousins all Brighton born and bred. None of them have any time at all for the great unwashed, unwaged and frankly unhinged left wing rabble who claim 'free speech' for themselves but deny it to others.
Your imaginings of my physical appearance are also well off target - I do not own - a football shirt, tattoos or a beer belly. I'm 6ft 5, 17 stone and very fit. But of course unlike yourself I don't sit around boozing/drugging at the taxpayers expense.
Thanks for your concern about my financial situation but really I'm fine. I retired early, change my car for a new model every year and holiday abroad as and when I feel like. It's called success - something you should aspire to as you stumble around the stinking bedsit that you call 'home'.
Maxwell's Ghost says... You clearly don't know local people. I suggest you go back to where you come from but judging from your comments, a nice sharia law country would suit you. How about Afghanistan or Saudi? Brighton is the last place on earth for you. Just think though, if you wen to a nice sharia law country, You could probably even start calling yourself Prince. I think you would like that. Being a Prince and bossing people about giving your missus a thick ear and being allowed to. I can see it now, you sitting in your footy shirt with your belly spilling over on your throne shouting obscenities to homos and druggies, women and children. Yes, you could be a very important man. Maybe you could get a big angry dog and a tattoo and a range rover, although it would be 15 years old as money is probably tight for you. You are funny. I'm glad my post brightened your otherwise undoubtedly dull and pointless day. Unfortunately your 'observations' are very well wide of the mark. Your remark about me knowing 'nothing about local people' is rather ill informed as my family has been based in Brighton since the 19th century. I have a mother, aunts, uncles and cousins all Brighton born and bred. None of them have any time at all for the great unwashed, unwaged and frankly unhinged left wing rabble who claim 'free speech' for themselves but deny it to others. Your imaginings of my physical appearance are also well off target - I do not own - a football shirt, tattoos or a beer belly. I'm 6ft 5, 17 stone and very fit. But of course unlike yourself I don't sit around boozing/drugging at the taxpayers expense. Thanks for your concern about my financial situation but really I'm fine. I retired early, change my car for a new model every year and holiday abroad as and when I feel like. It's called success - something you should aspire to as you stumble around the stinking bedsit that you call 'home'. B rian Tawses left foot
  • Score: -2

8:29am Mon 28 Apr 14

Gribbet says...

Free money wrote:
Gribbet wrote:
ZeeGee, ffs wrote:
Wide Bertha wrote:
ZeeGee, ffs wrote:
Brilliant day out!!

The police were marvelous, they kept ther UAF/Antifa/etc thugs at bay, and they were very supportive at all levels.

I was able to wave my flag and smile in sympathy at the scum who opposed us AND I was able to drink and watch the footy in the Prince Albert exactly as I had planned.

Great result for Chelsea...great result for true Englishmen.
except for the fact that they don't show football matches in the Prince Albert .....
They showed the Liverpo/Chelsea and Palarse/Man City games on Greek TV, with a possible ten minute time delay......so stfu.
Funny you mention Chelsea's win.

How many of their goals were scored by what you like to think of as 'true Englishmen'?

How many of the actual team were what you like to think of as 'true Englishmen'?
I didn't know MFE or the EDL ever said to play for Chelsea or any other club for that fact that you needed to be a true Englishmen.Also on the MFE up north there was loads of black guys with the EDL.In a country of free speech the MFE group should be free to have their say.I note the UAF group don't care about muslim groups marching in Luton shouting burn British police officers.
But why do these EDL guys, on the one hand, like to bang on about foreigners 'coming over here and stealing our jobs', but then, on the other hand, worship and praise their football team (Chelsea in this case), when the team is mostly made up of (and successful because of) players from overseas? By the EDLs logic, are these Brazilian, Senegalese, etc, etc players not stealing English player's jobs?
[quote][p][bold]Free money[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Gribbet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ZeeGee, ffs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Wide Bertha[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ZeeGee, ffs[/bold] wrote: Brilliant day out!! The police were marvelous, they kept ther UAF/Antifa/etc thugs at bay, and they were very supportive at all levels. I was able to wave my flag and smile in sympathy at the scum who opposed us AND I was able to drink and watch the footy in the Prince Albert exactly as I had planned. Great result for Chelsea...great result for true Englishmen.[/p][/quote]except for the fact that they don't show football matches in the Prince Albert .....[/p][/quote]They showed the Liverpo/Chelsea and Palarse/Man City games on Greek TV, with a possible ten minute time delay......so stfu.[/p][/quote]Funny you mention Chelsea's win. How many of their goals were scored by what you like to think of as 'true Englishmen'? How many of the actual team were what you like to think of as 'true Englishmen'?[/p][/quote]I didn't know MFE or the EDL ever said to play for Chelsea or any other club for that fact that you needed to be a true Englishmen.Also on the MFE up north there was loads of black guys with the EDL.In a country of free speech the MFE group should be free to have their say.I note the UAF group don't care about muslim groups marching in Luton shouting burn British police officers.[/p][/quote]But why do these EDL guys, on the one hand, like to bang on about foreigners 'coming over here and stealing our jobs', but then, on the other hand, worship and praise their football team (Chelsea in this case), when the team is mostly made up of (and successful because of) players from overseas? By the EDLs logic, are these Brazilian, Senegalese, etc, etc players not stealing English player's jobs? Gribbet
  • Score: 2

10:06am Mon 28 Apr 14

Arrggh says...

ZeeGee, ffs wrote:
Arrggh wrote:
ZeeGee, ffs wrote:
Maxwell's Ghost wrote:
The majority of those arrested were not locals. Let's hope their sentencing includes a ban from this city as football hooligans receive when they play up.
We don't need what is really a very small group of fat blokes wanting to play wrestling games with each other on both sides making Brighton a no-go area for ordinary families.
They should stay in their own communities. Come on magistrates, clean up the city.
Start with the druggies if you want your city clean. The place is awash with them.

Then the homos.....
Zeegee ffs- 'Start with the druggies if you want your city clean. The place is awash with them. Then the homos..'
And you wonder why you aren't welcome here.
And you think those classes of people are?

Really?

Have you any idea of what a negative reputation Brighton has because of them?

Oh dear......you're not terribly aware of anything, are you?
Negative reputation with the far-right- not something I'm worried about. The city gets visitors from around the country and abroad who love the place.
[quote][p][bold]ZeeGee, ffs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Arrggh[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ZeeGee, ffs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Maxwell's Ghost[/bold] wrote: The majority of those arrested were not locals. Let's hope their sentencing includes a ban from this city as football hooligans receive when they play up. We don't need what is really a very small group of fat blokes wanting to play wrestling games with each other on both sides making Brighton a no-go area for ordinary families. They should stay in their own communities. Come on magistrates, clean up the city.[/p][/quote]Start with the druggies if you want your city clean. The place is awash with them. Then the homos.....[/p][/quote]Zeegee ffs- 'Start with the druggies if you want your city clean. The place is awash with them. Then the homos..' And you wonder why you aren't welcome here.[/p][/quote]And you think those classes of people are? Really? Have you any idea of what a negative reputation Brighton has because of them? Oh dear......you're not terribly aware of anything, are you?[/p][/quote]Negative reputation with the far-right- not something I'm worried about. The city gets visitors from around the country and abroad who love the place. Arrggh
  • Score: 1

11:01am Mon 28 Apr 14

ZeeGee, ffs says...

Gribbet wrote:
ZeeGee, ffs wrote:
Wide Bertha wrote:
ZeeGee, ffs wrote:
Brilliant day out!!

The police were marvelous, they kept ther UAF/Antifa/etc thugs at bay, and they were very supportive at all levels.

I was able to wave my flag and smile in sympathy at the scum who opposed us AND I was able to drink and watch the footy in the Prince Albert exactly as I had planned.

Great result for Chelsea...great result for true Englishmen.
except for the fact that they don't show football matches in the Prince Albert .....
They showed the Liverpo/Chelsea and Palarse/Man City games on Greek TV, with a possible ten minute time delay......so stfu.
Funny you mention Chelsea's win.

How many of their goals were scored by what you like to think of as 'true Englishmen'?

How many of the actual team were what you like to think of as 'true Englishmen'?
Trying to bring race into the discussion?

Shame on you.

I have no idea what nationalities constituted Chelsea's squad, as there were several players I didn't recognise and the commentary was in Greek as far as I could tell.
[quote][p][bold]Gribbet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ZeeGee, ffs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Wide Bertha[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ZeeGee, ffs[/bold] wrote: Brilliant day out!! The police were marvelous, they kept ther UAF/Antifa/etc thugs at bay, and they were very supportive at all levels. I was able to wave my flag and smile in sympathy at the scum who opposed us AND I was able to drink and watch the footy in the Prince Albert exactly as I had planned. Great result for Chelsea...great result for true Englishmen.[/p][/quote]except for the fact that they don't show football matches in the Prince Albert .....[/p][/quote]They showed the Liverpo/Chelsea and Palarse/Man City games on Greek TV, with a possible ten minute time delay......so stfu.[/p][/quote]Funny you mention Chelsea's win. How many of their goals were scored by what you like to think of as 'true Englishmen'? How many of the actual team were what you like to think of as 'true Englishmen'?[/p][/quote]Trying to bring race into the discussion? Shame on you. I have no idea what nationalities constituted Chelsea's squad, as there were several players I didn't recognise and the commentary was in Greek as far as I could tell. ZeeGee, ffs
  • Score: 0

11:45am Mon 28 Apr 14

Arrggh says...

ZeeGee, ffs wrote:
Gribbet wrote:
ZeeGee, ffs wrote:
Wide Bertha wrote:
ZeeGee, ffs wrote:
Brilliant day out!!

The police were marvelous, they kept ther UAF/Antifa/etc thugs at bay, and they were very supportive at all levels.

I was able to wave my flag and smile in sympathy at the scum who opposed us AND I was able to drink and watch the footy in the Prince Albert exactly as I had planned.

Great result for Chelsea...great result for true Englishmen.
except for the fact that they don't show football matches in the Prince Albert .....
They showed the Liverpo/Chelsea and Palarse/Man City games on Greek TV, with a possible ten minute time delay......so stfu.
Funny you mention Chelsea's win.

How many of their goals were scored by what you like to think of as 'true Englishmen'?

How many of the actual team were what you like to think of as 'true Englishmen'?
Trying to bring race into the discussion?

Shame on you.

I have no idea what nationalities constituted Chelsea's squad, as there were several players I didn't recognise and the commentary was in Greek as far as I could tell.
You don't follow them much then- the scorers were Demba Ba, Senegalese and Willian, Brazillain. HTH
[quote][p][bold]ZeeGee, ffs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Gribbet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ZeeGee, ffs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Wide Bertha[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ZeeGee, ffs[/bold] wrote: Brilliant day out!! The police were marvelous, they kept ther UAF/Antifa/etc thugs at bay, and they were very supportive at all levels. I was able to wave my flag and smile in sympathy at the scum who opposed us AND I was able to drink and watch the footy in the Prince Albert exactly as I had planned. Great result for Chelsea...great result for true Englishmen.[/p][/quote]except for the fact that they don't show football matches in the Prince Albert .....[/p][/quote]They showed the Liverpo/Chelsea and Palarse/Man City games on Greek TV, with a possible ten minute time delay......so stfu.[/p][/quote]Funny you mention Chelsea's win. How many of their goals were scored by what you like to think of as 'true Englishmen'? How many of the actual team were what you like to think of as 'true Englishmen'?[/p][/quote]Trying to bring race into the discussion? Shame on you. I have no idea what nationalities constituted Chelsea's squad, as there were several players I didn't recognise and the commentary was in Greek as far as I could tell.[/p][/quote]You don't follow them much then- the scorers were Demba Ba, Senegalese and Willian, Brazillain. HTH Arrggh
  • Score: 0

1:30pm Mon 28 Apr 14

PorkyChopper says...

I've just looked at the Argus pics from yesterday. For people who are always preaching about the "benefits" of diversity, the anti MfE lot aren't very...diverse, are they?
I've just looked at the Argus pics from yesterday. For people who are always preaching about the "benefits" of diversity, the anti MfE lot aren't very...diverse, are they? PorkyChopper
  • Score: 2

6:05pm Mon 28 Apr 14

Maxwell's Ghost says...

Go on holiday abroad and buy a new car. Rubbish. Eating a ham toastie in Malaga isn't really going abroad is it. And I actually thought that most of the blokes on the march looked liked like long term unemployed folk which I think explains their anger at being disenfranchised from society. Some looked as if they were possibly even homeless. Years ago these guys would have been working in factories and employed but as we no longer manufacture in the UK and now even the people who wipe dog **** from the streets need a degree, these people who aren't very well educated are becoming disenfranchised from British society and they look to minority groups to blame. Most of the MfE blokes looked as if they didn't have a fiver between them. It was like a Jeremy Kyle live roadshow on tour. Feckless fathers unite may be a better description.
Go on holiday abroad and buy a new car. Rubbish. Eating a ham toastie in Malaga isn't really going abroad is it. And I actually thought that most of the blokes on the march looked liked like long term unemployed folk which I think explains their anger at being disenfranchised from society. Some looked as if they were possibly even homeless. Years ago these guys would have been working in factories and employed but as we no longer manufacture in the UK and now even the people who wipe dog **** from the streets need a degree, these people who aren't very well educated are becoming disenfranchised from British society and they look to minority groups to blame. Most of the MfE blokes looked as if they didn't have a fiver between them. It was like a Jeremy Kyle live roadshow on tour. Feckless fathers unite may be a better description. Maxwell's Ghost
  • Score: 2

8:22pm Mon 28 Apr 14

braigieben says...

Gribbet wrote:
Free money wrote:
Gribbet wrote:
ZeeGee, ffs wrote:
Wide Bertha wrote:
ZeeGee, ffs wrote:
Brilliant day out!!

The police were marvelous, they kept ther UAF/Antifa/etc thugs at bay, and they were very supportive at all levels.

I was able to wave my flag and smile in sympathy at the scum who opposed us AND I was able to drink and watch the footy in the Prince Albert exactly as I had planned.

Great result for Chelsea...great result for true Englishmen.
except for the fact that they don't show football matches in the Prince Albert .....
They showed the Liverpo/Chelsea and Palarse/Man City games on Greek TV, with a possible ten minute time delay......so stfu.
Funny you mention Chelsea's win.

How many of their goals were scored by what you like to think of as 'true Englishmen'?

How many of the actual team were what you like to think of as 'true Englishmen'?
I didn't know MFE or the EDL ever said to play for Chelsea or any other club for that fact that you needed to be a true Englishmen.Also on the MFE up north there was loads of black guys with the EDL.In a country of free speech the MFE group should be free to have their say.I note the UAF group don't care about muslim groups marching in Luton shouting burn British police officers.
But why do these EDL guys, on the one hand, like to bang on about foreigners 'coming over here and stealing our jobs', but then, on the other hand, worship and praise their football team (Chelsea in this case), when the team is mostly made up of (and successful because of) players from overseas? By the EDLs logic, are these Brazilian, Senegalese, etc, etc players not stealing English player's jobs?
11 employed players versus hundreds of thousands coming over claiming benefits.That's why
[quote][p][bold]Gribbet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Free money[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Gribbet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ZeeGee, ffs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Wide Bertha[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ZeeGee, ffs[/bold] wrote: Brilliant day out!! The police were marvelous, they kept ther UAF/Antifa/etc thugs at bay, and they were very supportive at all levels. I was able to wave my flag and smile in sympathy at the scum who opposed us AND I was able to drink and watch the footy in the Prince Albert exactly as I had planned. Great result for Chelsea...great result for true Englishmen.[/p][/quote]except for the fact that they don't show football matches in the Prince Albert .....[/p][/quote]They showed the Liverpo/Chelsea and Palarse/Man City games on Greek TV, with a possible ten minute time delay......so stfu.[/p][/quote]Funny you mention Chelsea's win. How many of their goals were scored by what you like to think of as 'true Englishmen'? How many of the actual team were what you like to think of as 'true Englishmen'?[/p][/quote]I didn't know MFE or the EDL ever said to play for Chelsea or any other club for that fact that you needed to be a true Englishmen.Also on the MFE up north there was loads of black guys with the EDL.In a country of free speech the MFE group should be free to have their say.I note the UAF group don't care about muslim groups marching in Luton shouting burn British police officers.[/p][/quote]But why do these EDL guys, on the one hand, like to bang on about foreigners 'coming over here and stealing our jobs', but then, on the other hand, worship and praise their football team (Chelsea in this case), when the team is mostly made up of (and successful because of) players from overseas? By the EDLs logic, are these Brazilian, Senegalese, etc, etc players not stealing English player's jobs?[/p][/quote]11 employed players versus hundreds of thousands coming over claiming benefits.That's why braigieben
  • Score: 0

8:30pm Mon 28 Apr 14

braigieben says...

Gribbet wrote:
ZeeGee, ffs wrote:
Wide Bertha wrote:
ZeeGee, ffs wrote:
Brilliant day out!!

The police were marvelous, they kept ther UAF/Antifa/etc thugs at bay, and they were very supportive at all levels.

I was able to wave my flag and smile in sympathy at the scum who opposed us AND I was able to drink and watch the footy in the Prince Albert exactly as I had planned.

Great result for Chelsea...great result for true Englishmen.
except for the fact that they don't show football matches in the Prince Albert .....
They showed the Liverpo/Chelsea and Palarse/Man City games on Greek TV, with a possible ten minute time delay......so stfu.
Funny you mention Chelsea's win.

How many of their goals were scored by what you like to think of as 'true Englishmen'?

How many of the actual team were what you like to think of as 'true Englishmen'?
And that's business ? If it makes a club better ? James Bond is English but made with American money and has been for years ? Why do you assume its race ? Maybe the huge numbers that flock here is the problem not where they are from , if it carries on like this there won't be anyone or anything English left , we need borders and a limit on the giant influx of immigrants
[quote][p][bold]Gribbet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ZeeGee, ffs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Wide Bertha[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ZeeGee, ffs[/bold] wrote: Brilliant day out!! The police were marvelous, they kept ther UAF/Antifa/etc thugs at bay, and they were very supportive at all levels. I was able to wave my flag and smile in sympathy at the scum who opposed us AND I was able to drink and watch the footy in the Prince Albert exactly as I had planned. Great result for Chelsea...great result for true Englishmen.[/p][/quote]except for the fact that they don't show football matches in the Prince Albert .....[/p][/quote]They showed the Liverpo/Chelsea and Palarse/Man City games on Greek TV, with a possible ten minute time delay......so stfu.[/p][/quote]Funny you mention Chelsea's win. How many of their goals were scored by what you like to think of as 'true Englishmen'? How many of the actual team were what you like to think of as 'true Englishmen'?[/p][/quote]And that's business ? If it makes a club better ? James Bond is English but made with American money and has been for years ? Why do you assume its race ? Maybe the huge numbers that flock here is the problem not where they are from , if it carries on like this there won't be anyone or anything English left , we need borders and a limit on the giant influx of immigrants braigieben
  • Score: 0

8:37pm Mon 28 Apr 14

PorkyChopper says...

I've always found people who are very vocal about how "anti-racist" they are, and who get terribly worked up to the point that they scream abuse and threaten (sometimes even do) violence to people they claim are "fascists" or "racists" a bit suspect. Change the words "racist" and "fascist" to "gay" or "homosexual" and you will see what I mean. Same rules apply.
I've always found people who are very vocal about how "anti-racist" they are, and who get terribly worked up to the point that they scream abuse and threaten (sometimes even do) violence to people they claim are "fascists" or "racists" a bit suspect. Change the words "racist" and "fascist" to "gay" or "homosexual" and you will see what I mean. Same rules apply. PorkyChopper
  • Score: 1

11:54pm Mon 28 Apr 14

ZeeGee, ffs says...

braigieben wrote:
Gribbet wrote:
Free money wrote:
Gribbet wrote:
ZeeGee, ffs wrote:
Wide Bertha wrote:
ZeeGee, ffs wrote:
Brilliant day out!!

The police were marvelous, they kept ther UAF/Antifa/etc thugs at bay, and they were very supportive at all levels.

I was able to wave my flag and smile in sympathy at the scum who opposed us AND I was able to drink and watch the footy in the Prince Albert exactly as I had planned.

Great result for Chelsea...great result for true Englishmen.
except for the fact that they don't show football matches in the Prince Albert .....
They showed the Liverpo/Chelsea and Palarse/Man City games on Greek TV, with a possible ten minute time delay......so stfu.
Funny you mention Chelsea's win.

How many of their goals were scored by what you like to think of as 'true Englishmen'?

How many of the actual team were what you like to think of as 'true Englishmen'?
I didn't know MFE or the EDL ever said to play for Chelsea or any other club for that fact that you needed to be a true Englishmen.Also on the MFE up north there was loads of black guys with the EDL.In a country of free speech the MFE group should be free to have their say.I note the UAF group don't care about muslim groups marching in Luton shouting burn British police officers.
But why do these EDL guys, on the one hand, like to bang on about foreigners 'coming over here and stealing our jobs', but then, on the other hand, worship and praise their football team (Chelsea in this case), when the team is mostly made up of (and successful because of) players from overseas? By the EDLs logic, are these Brazilian, Senegalese, etc, etc players not stealing English player's jobs?
11 employed players versus hundreds of thousands coming over claiming benefits.That's why
My team isn't Chelsea..........as with most seasons when it comes to tiles and trophies, it's anyone but Liverpoo.

HTH
[quote][p][bold]braigieben[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Gribbet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Free money[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Gribbet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ZeeGee, ffs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Wide Bertha[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ZeeGee, ffs[/bold] wrote: Brilliant day out!! The police were marvelous, they kept ther UAF/Antifa/etc thugs at bay, and they were very supportive at all levels. I was able to wave my flag and smile in sympathy at the scum who opposed us AND I was able to drink and watch the footy in the Prince Albert exactly as I had planned. Great result for Chelsea...great result for true Englishmen.[/p][/quote]except for the fact that they don't show football matches in the Prince Albert .....[/p][/quote]They showed the Liverpo/Chelsea and Palarse/Man City games on Greek TV, with a possible ten minute time delay......so stfu.[/p][/quote]Funny you mention Chelsea's win. How many of their goals were scored by what you like to think of as 'true Englishmen'? How many of the actual team were what you like to think of as 'true Englishmen'?[/p][/quote]I didn't know MFE or the EDL ever said to play for Chelsea or any other club for that fact that you needed to be a true Englishmen.Also on the MFE up north there was loads of black guys with the EDL.In a country of free speech the MFE group should be free to have their say.I note the UAF group don't care about muslim groups marching in Luton shouting burn British police officers.[/p][/quote]But why do these EDL guys, on the one hand, like to bang on about foreigners 'coming over here and stealing our jobs', but then, on the other hand, worship and praise their football team (Chelsea in this case), when the team is mostly made up of (and successful because of) players from overseas? By the EDLs logic, are these Brazilian, Senegalese, etc, etc players not stealing English player's jobs?[/p][/quote]11 employed players versus hundreds of thousands coming over claiming benefits.That's why[/p][/quote]My team isn't Chelsea..........as with most seasons when it comes to tiles and trophies, it's anyone but Liverpoo. HTH ZeeGee, ffs
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11:56pm Mon 28 Apr 14

ZeeGee, ffs says...

Arrggh wrote:
ZeeGee, ffs wrote:
Gribbet wrote:
ZeeGee, ffs wrote:
Wide Bertha wrote:
ZeeGee, ffs wrote:
Brilliant day out!!

The police were marvelous, they kept ther UAF/Antifa/etc thugs at bay, and they were very supportive at all levels.

I was able to wave my flag and smile in sympathy at the scum who opposed us AND I was able to drink and watch the footy in the Prince Albert exactly as I had planned.

Great result for Chelsea...great result for true Englishmen.
except for the fact that they don't show football matches in the Prince Albert .....
They showed the Liverpo/Chelsea and Palarse/Man City games on Greek TV, with a possible ten minute time delay......so stfu.
Funny you mention Chelsea's win.

How many of their goals were scored by what you like to think of as 'true Englishmen'?

How many of the actual team were what you like to think of as 'true Englishmen'?
Trying to bring race into the discussion?

Shame on you.

I have no idea what nationalities constituted Chelsea's squad, as there were several players I didn't recognise and the commentary was in Greek as far as I could tell.
You don't follow them much then- the scorers were Demba Ba, Senegalese and Willian, Brazillain. HTH
I'm not a Chelsea fan by any stretch of the imagination, and I have never claimed to be.


You really do have problems with reality.
[quote][p][bold]Arrggh[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ZeeGee, ffs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Gribbet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ZeeGee, ffs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Wide Bertha[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ZeeGee, ffs[/bold] wrote: Brilliant day out!! The police were marvelous, they kept ther UAF/Antifa/etc thugs at bay, and they were very supportive at all levels. I was able to wave my flag and smile in sympathy at the scum who opposed us AND I was able to drink and watch the footy in the Prince Albert exactly as I had planned. Great result for Chelsea...great result for true Englishmen.[/p][/quote]except for the fact that they don't show football matches in the Prince Albert .....[/p][/quote]They showed the Liverpo/Chelsea and Palarse/Man City games on Greek TV, with a possible ten minute time delay......so stfu.[/p][/quote]Funny you mention Chelsea's win. How many of their goals were scored by what you like to think of as 'true Englishmen'? How many of the actual team were what you like to think of as 'true Englishmen'?[/p][/quote]Trying to bring race into the discussion? Shame on you. I have no idea what nationalities constituted Chelsea's squad, as there were several players I didn't recognise and the commentary was in Greek as far as I could tell.[/p][/quote]You don't follow them much then- the scorers were Demba Ba, Senegalese and Willian, Brazillain. HTH[/p][/quote]I'm not a Chelsea fan by any stretch of the imagination, and I have never claimed to be. You really do have problems with reality. ZeeGee, ffs
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