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Were you in The Dorset and did you film a March for England fight?

The Argus: Were you in The Dorset and did you film a March for England fight? Were you in The Dorset and did you film a March for England fight?

Police are hunting pubgoers who might have filmed a fight connected to March for England on Sunday. 

It took place in the North Laine area of Brighton.

Shortly after 2pm two groups of people were involved in serious disorder between The Dorset pub and Infinity Foods at the junction of North Street and Gardner Street.

A Sussex Police statement said: "This serious incident is believed to have been in connection with the march and counter protest which had taken place on the seafront earlier on in the day."

Detective Chief Inspector Carwyn Hughes said: "We have already made 27 arrests connected to the disorder in the city and our attention is now focused on this particularly nasty incident.

"We already know that video footage of the incident was taken by someone in The Dorset pub and would appeal to this person to come forward to the police, as we would to anyone else who witnessed it.

"We will not tolerate this sort of behaviour and will be making every effort to find those people involved and bring them to justice."

The march and counter protest were largely peaceful, however there were small incidents of disorder elsewhere in the city.

Superintendent Steve Whitton, who led the operation, said: "Our investigations team are now looking into the incidents of disorder around the city to bring people responsible to justice.

"We have had no reports of anyone seriously injured, but I know there was disruption to the traders in the city.

"Officers will be visiting premises we know were affected on Sunday throughout the city.

"I would like to thank residents, traders and visitors for their patience and co-operation. It is now very important we work in partnership with the businesses and city council to look at the impact it has for any future events."

If anyone has any details on the fight please contact police on 101 or email 101@sussex.pnn.police.uk quoting reference 474 of 27/4.

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6:15pm Mon 28 Apr 14

JHunty says...

Try youtube, it's not rocket science looks like the UAF might need to change their name to IRA as in I Ran Away.
Try youtube, it's not rocket science looks like the UAF might need to change their name to IRA as in I Ran Away. JHunty
  • Score: 7

6:54pm Mon 28 Apr 14

ZeeGee, ffs says...

More bias from The Argus. The March had ended, and the fight was caused by some UAF-supporting thugs objecting to Englishmen having a day out at the seaside. The youtube footage shows the unprovoked attack quite clearly.

https://www.youtube.
com/watch?v=uU8TnvCg
BqQ
More bias from The Argus. The March had ended, and the fight was caused by some UAF-supporting thugs objecting to Englishmen having a day out at the seaside. The youtube footage shows the unprovoked attack quite clearly. https://www.youtube. com/watch?v=uU8TnvCg BqQ ZeeGee, ffs
  • Score: -1

7:15pm Mon 28 Apr 14

roystony says...

ZeeGee, ffs wrote:
More bias from The Argus. The March had ended, and the fight was caused by some UAF-supporting thugs objecting to Englishmen having a day out at the seaside. The youtube footage shows the unprovoked attack quite clearly.

https://www.youtube.

com/watch?v=uU8TnvCg

BqQ
That clearly shows that the hippies started.

They are always the first to start the argument but always too lazy to finish it.

If it was up to them this country would be DOOMED.
[quote][p][bold]ZeeGee, ffs[/bold] wrote: More bias from The Argus. The March had ended, and the fight was caused by some UAF-supporting thugs objecting to Englishmen having a day out at the seaside. The youtube footage shows the unprovoked attack quite clearly. https://www.youtube. com/watch?v=uU8TnvCg BqQ[/p][/quote]That clearly shows that the hippies started. They are always the first to start the argument but always too lazy to finish it. If it was up to them this country would be DOOMED. roystony
  • Score: 1

7:42pm Mon 28 Apr 14

Lord Hamilton says...

Lefties and righties need to Foxtrot Oscar and leave are beautiful city to the centrally aligned majority. In other words rope headed soap dodging anti everything and the bigoted hate all should be banned from our city based on past behaviour. Stop tolerating this illegally show of so called human rights. It's ****.
Lefties and righties need to Foxtrot Oscar and leave are beautiful city to the centrally aligned majority. In other words rope headed soap dodging anti everything and the bigoted hate all should be banned from our city based on past behaviour. Stop tolerating this illegally show of so called human rights. It's ****. Lord Hamilton
  • Score: 7

8:07pm Mon 28 Apr 14

thevoiceoftruth says...

ZeeGee, ffs wrote:
More bias from The Argus. The March had ended, and the fight was caused by some UAF-supporting thugs objecting to Englishmen having a day out at the seaside. The youtube footage shows the unprovoked attack quite clearly.

https://www.youtube.

com/watch?v=uU8TnvCg

BqQ
It shows an MfE thug throwing pint glasses. Although not his own, of course. Luckily no one was seriously injured by this moron.

By the way, do you not have a life? You seem to have spent the past couple of days commenting on the Argus.

While I don't agree with violence from Antifa, I think claiming the moral high ground is a bit rich, considering the behaviour of Mr Pint Glasser.
[quote][p][bold]ZeeGee, ffs[/bold] wrote: More bias from The Argus. The March had ended, and the fight was caused by some UAF-supporting thugs objecting to Englishmen having a day out at the seaside. The youtube footage shows the unprovoked attack quite clearly. https://www.youtube. com/watch?v=uU8TnvCg BqQ[/p][/quote]It shows an MfE thug throwing pint glasses. Although not his own, of course. Luckily no one was seriously injured by this moron. By the way, do you not have a life? You seem to have spent the past couple of days commenting on the Argus. While I don't agree with violence from Antifa, I think claiming the moral high ground is a bit rich, considering the behaviour of Mr Pint Glasser. thevoiceoftruth
  • Score: -1

8:36pm Mon 28 Apr 14

Lord Hamilton says...

Can somebody start a Ban All Adult Marches in Brighton petition based on they can't behave. Kids parade no problem... Funny that isn't it!!!
Can somebody start a Ban All Adult Marches in Brighton petition based on they can't behave. Kids parade no problem... Funny that isn't it!!! Lord Hamilton
  • Score: 6

10:08pm Mon 28 Apr 14

KarenT says...

Why do people keep referring to Brighton as "our beautiful city"? What's beautiful about it? Aside from the lovely regency architecture along the seafront it's a slum full of addicts and beggars and smelly juggling hippies. "Our beautiful city".... Yeah right, it's so pretty, full of unicorns and pretty birdies in the trees and every single tree is covered in blossom, all year round... Kind of like "Camelot"... The leaves all fall in neat little piles every Autumn... time for a song...
Why do people keep referring to Brighton as "our beautiful city"? What's beautiful about it? Aside from the lovely regency architecture along the seafront it's a slum full of addicts and beggars and smelly juggling hippies. "Our beautiful city".... Yeah right, it's so pretty, full of unicorns and pretty birdies in the trees and every single tree is covered in blossom, all year round... Kind of like "Camelot"... The leaves all fall in neat little piles every Autumn... time for a song... KarenT
  • Score: 3

10:15pm Mon 28 Apr 14

KarenT says...

"They started it...", "No THEY started it!...", NO they started it!!!" Oops, the bell just rung, everyone back to their desks... "It's time for finger-painting!..." "Yay!!! Can I have some chocolate milk???" "After you go see the nurse and get a clean nappy..."
"They started it...", "No THEY started it!...", NO they started it!!!" Oops, the bell just rung, everyone back to their desks... "It's time for finger-painting!..." "Yay!!! Can I have some chocolate milk???" "After you go see the nurse and get a clean nappy..." KarenT
  • Score: -2

12:00am Tue 29 Apr 14

ZeeGee, ffs says...

Lord Hamilton wrote:
Can somebody start a Ban All Adult Marches in Brighton petition based on they can't behave. Kids parade no problem... Funny that isn't it!!!
And did the UAF state their intention to prevent that parade? No, so it went ahead without incident.

Funny, that.....
[quote][p][bold]Lord Hamilton[/bold] wrote: Can somebody start a Ban All Adult Marches in Brighton petition based on they can't behave. Kids parade no problem... Funny that isn't it!!![/p][/quote]And did the UAF state their intention to prevent that parade? No, so it went ahead without incident. Funny, that..... ZeeGee, ffs
  • Score: 1

12:02am Tue 29 Apr 14

ZeeGee, ffs says...

KarenT wrote:
Why do people keep referring to Brighton as "our beautiful city"? What's beautiful about it? Aside from the lovely regency architecture along the seafront it's a slum full of addicts and beggars and smelly juggling hippies. "Our beautiful city".... Yeah right, it's so pretty, full of unicorns and pretty birdies in the trees and every single tree is covered in blossom, all year round... Kind of like "Camelot"... The leaves all fall in neat little piles every Autumn... time for a song...
I pointed out that Brighton has a drug-problem which needs sorting if the city isn't going to continue heading down the pan. I got shouted at for saying so.

Funny, that.

It has many beautiful buildings and residents, some of whom were actually born in Sussex *gasp*.

I'm not certain that the bulk of its influx since 1970 has been all that impressive.
[quote][p][bold]KarenT[/bold] wrote: Why do people keep referring to Brighton as "our beautiful city"? What's beautiful about it? Aside from the lovely regency architecture along the seafront it's a slum full of addicts and beggars and smelly juggling hippies. "Our beautiful city".... Yeah right, it's so pretty, full of unicorns and pretty birdies in the trees and every single tree is covered in blossom, all year round... Kind of like "Camelot"... The leaves all fall in neat little piles every Autumn... time for a song...[/p][/quote]I pointed out that Brighton has a drug-problem which needs sorting if the city isn't going to continue heading down the pan. I got shouted at for saying so. Funny, that. It has many beautiful buildings and residents, some of whom were actually born in Sussex *gasp*. I'm not certain that the bulk of its influx since 1970 has been all that impressive. ZeeGee, ffs
  • Score: 1

12:04am Tue 29 Apr 14

ZeeGee, ffs says...

roystony wrote:
ZeeGee, ffs wrote:
More bias from The Argus. The March had ended, and the fight was caused by some UAF-supporting thugs objecting to Englishmen having a day out at the seaside. The youtube footage shows the unprovoked attack quite clearly.

https://www.youtube.


com/watch?v=uU8TnvCg


BqQ
That clearly shows that the hippies started.

They are always the first to start the argument but always too lazy to finish it.

If it was up to them this country would be DOOMED.
They'd want to stay in bed if war were declared.
[quote][p][bold]roystony[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ZeeGee, ffs[/bold] wrote: More bias from The Argus. The March had ended, and the fight was caused by some UAF-supporting thugs objecting to Englishmen having a day out at the seaside. The youtube footage shows the unprovoked attack quite clearly. https://www.youtube. com/watch?v=uU8TnvCg BqQ[/p][/quote]That clearly shows that the hippies started. They are always the first to start the argument but always too lazy to finish it. If it was up to them this country would be DOOMED.[/p][/quote]They'd want to stay in bed if war were declared. ZeeGee, ffs
  • Score: 1

12:42am Tue 29 Apr 14

clubrob6 says...

JHunty wrote:
Try youtube, it's not rocket science looks like the UAF might need to change their name to IRA as in I Ran Away.
UAF Unite Against Freedom I call them,they have been taken over by an extremist violent element hoping people wont notice hidden behind the name.I looked on there website even Cameron supports them but to be fair to him the group did have good intensions before it was took over.
[quote][p][bold]JHunty[/bold] wrote: Try youtube, it's not rocket science looks like the UAF might need to change their name to IRA as in I Ran Away.[/p][/quote]UAF Unite Against Freedom I call them,they have been taken over by an extremist violent element hoping people wont notice hidden behind the name.I looked on there website even Cameron supports them but to be fair to him the group did have good intensions before it was took over. clubrob6
  • Score: 2

2:54am Tue 29 Apr 14

ZeeGee, ffs says...

thevoiceoftruth wrote:
ZeeGee, ffs wrote:
More bias from The Argus. The March had ended, and the fight was caused by some UAF-supporting thugs objecting to Englishmen having a day out at the seaside. The youtube footage shows the unprovoked attack quite clearly.

https://www.youtube.


com/watch?v=uU8TnvCg


BqQ
It shows an MfE thug throwing pint glasses. Although not his own, of course. Luckily no one was seriously injured by this moron.

By the way, do you not have a life? You seem to have spent the past couple of days commenting on the Argus.

While I don't agree with violence from Antifa, I think claiming the moral high ground is a bit rich, considering the behaviour of Mr Pint Glasser.
Funny how the marchers weren't able to bring their drinks on the march.

At what time on the video does that occur?
[quote][p][bold]thevoiceoftruth[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ZeeGee, ffs[/bold] wrote: More bias from The Argus. The March had ended, and the fight was caused by some UAF-supporting thugs objecting to Englishmen having a day out at the seaside. The youtube footage shows the unprovoked attack quite clearly. https://www.youtube. com/watch?v=uU8TnvCg BqQ[/p][/quote]It shows an MfE thug throwing pint glasses. Although not his own, of course. Luckily no one was seriously injured by this moron. By the way, do you not have a life? You seem to have spent the past couple of days commenting on the Argus. While I don't agree with violence from Antifa, I think claiming the moral high ground is a bit rich, considering the behaviour of Mr Pint Glasser.[/p][/quote]Funny how the marchers weren't able to bring their drinks on the march. At what time on the video does that occur? ZeeGee, ffs
  • Score: 0

6:47am Tue 29 Apr 14

Lord Hamilton says...

KarenT wrote:
Why do people keep referring to Brighton as "our beautiful city"? What's beautiful about it? Aside from the lovely regency architecture along the seafront it's a slum full of addicts and beggars and smelly juggling hippies. "Our beautiful city".... Yeah right, it's so pretty, full of unicorns and pretty birdies in the trees and every single tree is covered in blossom, all year round... Kind of like "Camelot"... The leaves all fall in neat little piles every Autumn... time for a song...
All depends on your outlook on life and how you perceive. You are obviously sad and unhappy and hence see no beauty. I am such a lucky man.
[quote][p][bold]KarenT[/bold] wrote: Why do people keep referring to Brighton as "our beautiful city"? What's beautiful about it? Aside from the lovely regency architecture along the seafront it's a slum full of addicts and beggars and smelly juggling hippies. "Our beautiful city".... Yeah right, it's so pretty, full of unicorns and pretty birdies in the trees and every single tree is covered in blossom, all year round... Kind of like "Camelot"... The leaves all fall in neat little piles every Autumn... time for a song...[/p][/quote]All depends on your outlook on life and how you perceive. You are obviously sad and unhappy and hence see no beauty. I am such a lucky man. Lord Hamilton
  • Score: 7

8:24am Tue 29 Apr 14

sharpley says...

The video on youtube https://www.youtube.
com/watch?v=uU8TnvCg
BqQ clearly shows a group of MFE/EDL standing outside the Dorset throwing chairs, tables and glasses. All their faces are visible, so I'm hoping they'll be looking at the inside of a police cell soon.
The video on youtube https://www.youtube. com/watch?v=uU8TnvCg BqQ clearly shows a group of MFE/EDL standing outside the Dorset throwing chairs, tables and glasses. All their faces are visible, so I'm hoping they'll be looking at the inside of a police cell soon. sharpley
  • Score: 2

9:13am Tue 29 Apr 14

KarenT says...

Lord Hamilton wrote:
KarenT wrote:
Why do people keep referring to Brighton as "our beautiful city"? What's beautiful about it? Aside from the lovely regency architecture along the seafront it's a slum full of addicts and beggars and smelly juggling hippies. "Our beautiful city".... Yeah right, it's so pretty, full of unicorns and pretty birdies in the trees and every single tree is covered in blossom, all year round... Kind of like "Camelot"... The leaves all fall in neat little piles every Autumn... time for a song...
All depends on your outlook on life and how you perceive. You are obviously sad and unhappy and hence see no beauty. I am such a lucky man.
Can I have some of what you're smoking that makes everything soooooo purdy?
[quote][p][bold]Lord Hamilton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]KarenT[/bold] wrote: Why do people keep referring to Brighton as "our beautiful city"? What's beautiful about it? Aside from the lovely regency architecture along the seafront it's a slum full of addicts and beggars and smelly juggling hippies. "Our beautiful city".... Yeah right, it's so pretty, full of unicorns and pretty birdies in the trees and every single tree is covered in blossom, all year round... Kind of like "Camelot"... The leaves all fall in neat little piles every Autumn... time for a song...[/p][/quote]All depends on your outlook on life and how you perceive. You are obviously sad and unhappy and hence see no beauty. I am such a lucky man.[/p][/quote]Can I have some of what you're smoking that makes everything soooooo purdy? KarenT
  • Score: -2

11:52am Tue 29 Apr 14

ZeeGee, ffs says...

sharpley wrote:
The video on youtube https://www.youtube.

com/watch?v=uU8TnvCg

BqQ clearly shows a group of MFE/EDL standing outside the Dorset throwing chairs, tables and glasses. All their faces are visible, so I'm hoping they'll be looking at the inside of a police cell soon.
Scroll back to the start of the video, my blinkered friend, and see the group of UAF thugs threatening the marchers who were having beers in The Dorset causing no-one any bother. The police are clearly seen protecting THEM, not the UAF.
[quote][p][bold]sharpley[/bold] wrote: The video on youtube https://www.youtube. com/watch?v=uU8TnvCg BqQ clearly shows a group of MFE/EDL standing outside the Dorset throwing chairs, tables and glasses. All their faces are visible, so I'm hoping they'll be looking at the inside of a police cell soon.[/p][/quote]Scroll back to the start of the video, my blinkered friend, and see the group of UAF thugs threatening the marchers who were having beers in The Dorset causing no-one any bother. The police are clearly seen protecting THEM, not the UAF. ZeeGee, ffs
  • Score: 1

11:53am Tue 29 Apr 14

ZeeGee, ffs says...

KarenT wrote:
Lord Hamilton wrote:
KarenT wrote:
Why do people keep referring to Brighton as "our beautiful city"? What's beautiful about it? Aside from the lovely regency architecture along the seafront it's a slum full of addicts and beggars and smelly juggling hippies. "Our beautiful city".... Yeah right, it's so pretty, full of unicorns and pretty birdies in the trees and every single tree is covered in blossom, all year round... Kind of like "Camelot"... The leaves all fall in neat little piles every Autumn... time for a song...
All depends on your outlook on life and how you perceive. You are obviously sad and unhappy and hence see no beauty. I am such a lucky man.
Can I have some of what you're smoking that makes everything soooooo purdy?
It just goes to show that not everyone sees the same things in Brighton. I see both sides. There is utter squalor and there is opulence.
[quote][p][bold]KarenT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lord Hamilton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]KarenT[/bold] wrote: Why do people keep referring to Brighton as "our beautiful city"? What's beautiful about it? Aside from the lovely regency architecture along the seafront it's a slum full of addicts and beggars and smelly juggling hippies. "Our beautiful city".... Yeah right, it's so pretty, full of unicorns and pretty birdies in the trees and every single tree is covered in blossom, all year round... Kind of like "Camelot"... The leaves all fall in neat little piles every Autumn... time for a song...[/p][/quote]All depends on your outlook on life and how you perceive. You are obviously sad and unhappy and hence see no beauty. I am such a lucky man.[/p][/quote]Can I have some of what you're smoking that makes everything soooooo purdy?[/p][/quote]It just goes to show that not everyone sees the same things in Brighton. I see both sides. There is utter squalor and there is opulence. ZeeGee, ffs
  • Score: 0

12:31pm Tue 29 Apr 14

whatevernext2013 says...

such pretty face painting ,well done that man ,will he be back down for pride ?
such pretty face painting ,well done that man ,will he be back down for pride ? whatevernext2013
  • Score: 3

3:22pm Tue 29 Apr 14

Lord Hamilton says...

KarenT wrote:
Lord Hamilton wrote:
KarenT wrote:
Why do people keep referring to Brighton as "our beautiful city"? What's beautiful about it? Aside from the lovely regency architecture along the seafront it's a slum full of addicts and beggars and smelly juggling hippies. "Our beautiful city".... Yeah right, it's so pretty, full of unicorns and pretty birdies in the trees and every single tree is covered in blossom, all year round... Kind of like "Camelot"... The leaves all fall in neat little piles every Autumn... time for a song...
All depends on your outlook on life and how you perceive. You are obviously sad and unhappy and hence see no beauty. I am such a lucky man.
Can I have some of what you're smoking that makes everything soooooo purdy?
Fresh air is free to all.
[quote][p][bold]KarenT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lord Hamilton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]KarenT[/bold] wrote: Why do people keep referring to Brighton as "our beautiful city"? What's beautiful about it? Aside from the lovely regency architecture along the seafront it's a slum full of addicts and beggars and smelly juggling hippies. "Our beautiful city".... Yeah right, it's so pretty, full of unicorns and pretty birdies in the trees and every single tree is covered in blossom, all year round... Kind of like "Camelot"... The leaves all fall in neat little piles every Autumn... time for a song...[/p][/quote]All depends on your outlook on life and how you perceive. You are obviously sad and unhappy and hence see no beauty. I am such a lucky man.[/p][/quote]Can I have some of what you're smoking that makes everything soooooo purdy?[/p][/quote]Fresh air is free to all. Lord Hamilton
  • Score: 1

5:04pm Tue 29 Apr 14

KarenT says...

ZeeGee, ffs wrote:
KarenT wrote:
Lord Hamilton wrote:
KarenT wrote:
Why do people keep referring to Brighton as "our beautiful city"? What's beautiful about it? Aside from the lovely regency architecture along the seafront it's a slum full of addicts and beggars and smelly juggling hippies. "Our beautiful city".... Yeah right, it's so pretty, full of unicorns and pretty birdies in the trees and every single tree is covered in blossom, all year round... Kind of like "Camelot"... The leaves all fall in neat little piles every Autumn... time for a song...
All depends on your outlook on life and how you perceive. You are obviously sad and unhappy and hence see no beauty. I am such a lucky man.
Can I have some of what you're smoking that makes everything soooooo purdy?
It just goes to show that not everyone sees the same things in Brighton. I see both sides. There is utter squalor and there is opulence.
Oh yeah there's opulence alright, but there's opulence in most places. The more money you have the more you are able to surround yourself in opulence and pretty things, and the less you have, the more you have to come face to face with all the plebs and low-lifes. ;-) I've had both - I was much happier when I was able to lift myself up and out of the dregs of society.
[quote][p][bold]ZeeGee, ffs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]KarenT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lord Hamilton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]KarenT[/bold] wrote: Why do people keep referring to Brighton as "our beautiful city"? What's beautiful about it? Aside from the lovely regency architecture along the seafront it's a slum full of addicts and beggars and smelly juggling hippies. "Our beautiful city".... Yeah right, it's so pretty, full of unicorns and pretty birdies in the trees and every single tree is covered in blossom, all year round... Kind of like "Camelot"... The leaves all fall in neat little piles every Autumn... time for a song...[/p][/quote]All depends on your outlook on life and how you perceive. You are obviously sad and unhappy and hence see no beauty. I am such a lucky man.[/p][/quote]Can I have some of what you're smoking that makes everything soooooo purdy?[/p][/quote]It just goes to show that not everyone sees the same things in Brighton. I see both sides. There is utter squalor and there is opulence.[/p][/quote]Oh yeah there's opulence alright, but there's opulence in most places. The more money you have the more you are able to surround yourself in opulence and pretty things, and the less you have, the more you have to come face to face with all the plebs and low-lifes. ;-) I've had both - I was much happier when I was able to lift myself up and out of the dregs of society. KarenT
  • Score: -1

8:26pm Tue 29 Apr 14

ZeeGee, ffs says...

KarenT wrote:
ZeeGee, ffs wrote:
KarenT wrote:
Lord Hamilton wrote:
KarenT wrote:
Why do people keep referring to Brighton as "our beautiful city"? What's beautiful about it? Aside from the lovely regency architecture along the seafront it's a slum full of addicts and beggars and smelly juggling hippies. "Our beautiful city".... Yeah right, it's so pretty, full of unicorns and pretty birdies in the trees and every single tree is covered in blossom, all year round... Kind of like "Camelot"... The leaves all fall in neat little piles every Autumn... time for a song...
All depends on your outlook on life and how you perceive. You are obviously sad and unhappy and hence see no beauty. I am such a lucky man.
Can I have some of what you're smoking that makes everything soooooo purdy?
It just goes to show that not everyone sees the same things in Brighton. I see both sides. There is utter squalor and there is opulence.
Oh yeah there's opulence alright, but there's opulence in most places. The more money you have the more you are able to surround yourself in opulence and pretty things, and the less you have, the more you have to come face to face with all the plebs and low-lifes. ;-) I've had both - I was much happier when I was able to lift myself up and out of the dregs of society.
We're not disputing that. We're pointing out that Brighton's society goes from the fabulously wealthy to the guys who are lucky enough to find shelter each night.

You complained about the MFE turning up. It happens on one day a year. Your city is a mess 365 days a year thanks to those who either moved here to drop out or those born here who couldn't cope.

Don't get arsey with people for pointing out that Brighton isn't paradise.
[quote][p][bold]KarenT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ZeeGee, ffs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]KarenT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lord Hamilton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]KarenT[/bold] wrote: Why do people keep referring to Brighton as "our beautiful city"? What's beautiful about it? Aside from the lovely regency architecture along the seafront it's a slum full of addicts and beggars and smelly juggling hippies. "Our beautiful city".... Yeah right, it's so pretty, full of unicorns and pretty birdies in the trees and every single tree is covered in blossom, all year round... Kind of like "Camelot"... The leaves all fall in neat little piles every Autumn... time for a song...[/p][/quote]All depends on your outlook on life and how you perceive. You are obviously sad and unhappy and hence see no beauty. I am such a lucky man.[/p][/quote]Can I have some of what you're smoking that makes everything soooooo purdy?[/p][/quote]It just goes to show that not everyone sees the same things in Brighton. I see both sides. There is utter squalor and there is opulence.[/p][/quote]Oh yeah there's opulence alright, but there's opulence in most places. The more money you have the more you are able to surround yourself in opulence and pretty things, and the less you have, the more you have to come face to face with all the plebs and low-lifes. ;-) I've had both - I was much happier when I was able to lift myself up and out of the dregs of society.[/p][/quote]We're not disputing that. We're pointing out that Brighton's society goes from the fabulously wealthy to the guys who are lucky enough to find shelter each night. You complained about the MFE turning up. It happens on one day a year. Your city is a mess 365 days a year thanks to those who either moved here to drop out or those born here who couldn't cope. Don't get arsey with people for pointing out that Brighton isn't paradise. ZeeGee, ffs
  • Score: 0

10:14pm Tue 29 Apr 14

KarenT says...

ZeeGee, ffs wrote:
KarenT wrote:
ZeeGee, ffs wrote:
KarenT wrote:
Lord Hamilton wrote:
KarenT wrote:
Why do people keep referring to Brighton as "our beautiful city"? What's beautiful about it? Aside from the lovely regency architecture along the seafront it's a slum full of addicts and beggars and smelly juggling hippies. "Our beautiful city".... Yeah right, it's so pretty, full of unicorns and pretty birdies in the trees and every single tree is covered in blossom, all year round... Kind of like "Camelot"... The leaves all fall in neat little piles every Autumn... time for a song...
All depends on your outlook on life and how you perceive. You are obviously sad and unhappy and hence see no beauty. I am such a lucky man.
Can I have some of what you're smoking that makes everything soooooo purdy?
It just goes to show that not everyone sees the same things in Brighton. I see both sides. There is utter squalor and there is opulence.
Oh yeah there's opulence alright, but there's opulence in most places. The more money you have the more you are able to surround yourself in opulence and pretty things, and the less you have, the more you have to come face to face with all the plebs and low-lifes. ;-) I've had both - I was much happier when I was able to lift myself up and out of the dregs of society.
We're not disputing that. We're pointing out that Brighton's society goes from the fabulously wealthy to the guys who are lucky enough to find shelter each night.

You complained about the MFE turning up. It happens on one day a year. Your city is a mess 365 days a year thanks to those who either moved here to drop out or those born here who couldn't cope.

Don't get arsey with people for pointing out that Brighton isn't paradise.
You're confusing me with someone else! I haven't complained about the MFE turning up - in fact read my post on this thread (link below). It's the last post on this thread (at the moment):

http://www.theargus.
co.uk/news/11175736.
Violent_clashes_as_M
arch_for_England_ret
urns_to_Brighton/

And I didn't get arsey with anyone for pointing out that "Brighton isn't paradise"... In fact that was MY argument, and that I get sick of people referring to Brighton as 'our beautiful city' (barf). Read back dude!
[quote][p][bold]ZeeGee, ffs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]KarenT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ZeeGee, ffs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]KarenT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lord Hamilton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]KarenT[/bold] wrote: Why do people keep referring to Brighton as "our beautiful city"? What's beautiful about it? Aside from the lovely regency architecture along the seafront it's a slum full of addicts and beggars and smelly juggling hippies. "Our beautiful city".... Yeah right, it's so pretty, full of unicorns and pretty birdies in the trees and every single tree is covered in blossom, all year round... Kind of like "Camelot"... The leaves all fall in neat little piles every Autumn... time for a song...[/p][/quote]All depends on your outlook on life and how you perceive. You are obviously sad and unhappy and hence see no beauty. I am such a lucky man.[/p][/quote]Can I have some of what you're smoking that makes everything soooooo purdy?[/p][/quote]It just goes to show that not everyone sees the same things in Brighton. I see both sides. There is utter squalor and there is opulence.[/p][/quote]Oh yeah there's opulence alright, but there's opulence in most places. The more money you have the more you are able to surround yourself in opulence and pretty things, and the less you have, the more you have to come face to face with all the plebs and low-lifes. ;-) I've had both - I was much happier when I was able to lift myself up and out of the dregs of society.[/p][/quote]We're not disputing that. We're pointing out that Brighton's society goes from the fabulously wealthy to the guys who are lucky enough to find shelter each night. You complained about the MFE turning up. It happens on one day a year. Your city is a mess 365 days a year thanks to those who either moved here to drop out or those born here who couldn't cope. Don't get arsey with people for pointing out that Brighton isn't paradise.[/p][/quote]You're confusing me with someone else! I haven't complained about the MFE turning up - in fact read my post on this thread (link below). It's the last post on this thread (at the moment): http://www.theargus. co.uk/news/11175736. Violent_clashes_as_M arch_for_England_ret urns_to_Brighton/ And I didn't get arsey with anyone for pointing out that "Brighton isn't paradise"... In fact that was MY argument, and that I get sick of people referring to Brighton as 'our beautiful city' (barf). Read back dude! KarenT
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1:30pm Wed 30 Apr 14

ZeeGee, ffs says...

KarenT wrote:
ZeeGee, ffs wrote:
KarenT wrote:
ZeeGee, ffs wrote:
KarenT wrote:
Lord Hamilton wrote:
KarenT wrote:
Why do people keep referring to Brighton as "our beautiful city"? What's beautiful about it? Aside from the lovely regency architecture along the seafront it's a slum full of addicts and beggars and smelly juggling hippies. "Our beautiful city".... Yeah right, it's so pretty, full of unicorns and pretty birdies in the trees and every single tree is covered in blossom, all year round... Kind of like "Camelot"... The leaves all fall in neat little piles every Autumn... time for a song...
All depends on your outlook on life and how you perceive. You are obviously sad and unhappy and hence see no beauty. I am such a lucky man.
Can I have some of what you're smoking that makes everything soooooo purdy?
It just goes to show that not everyone sees the same things in Brighton. I see both sides. There is utter squalor and there is opulence.
Oh yeah there's opulence alright, but there's opulence in most places. The more money you have the more you are able to surround yourself in opulence and pretty things, and the less you have, the more you have to come face to face with all the plebs and low-lifes. ;-) I've had both - I was much happier when I was able to lift myself up and out of the dregs of society.
We're not disputing that. We're pointing out that Brighton's society goes from the fabulously wealthy to the guys who are lucky enough to find shelter each night.

You complained about the MFE turning up. It happens on one day a year. Your city is a mess 365 days a year thanks to those who either moved here to drop out or those born here who couldn't cope.

Don't get arsey with people for pointing out that Brighton isn't paradise.
You're confusing me with someone else! I haven't complained about the MFE turning up - in fact read my post on this thread (link below). It's the last post on this thread (at the moment):

http://www.theargus.

co.uk/news/11175736.

Violent_clashes_as_M

arch_for_England_ret

urns_to_Brighton/

And I didn't get arsey with anyone for pointing out that "Brighton isn't paradise"... In fact that was MY argument, and that I get sick of people referring to Brighton as 'our beautiful city' (barf). Read back dude!
If I have misrepresented you, then I apologise, and it wasn't deliberate.

I clearly thought that you had expressed dismay that the March was allowed in the first place.

Tbh, I've loved Brighton since my first visit way back in 1974. I know it has a ripped backside, but even that adds a little to its character.

You wrote a very supportive post elsewhere about what England means to many.

Again, my apologies for my mistake.
[quote][p][bold]KarenT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ZeeGee, ffs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]KarenT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ZeeGee, ffs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]KarenT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lord Hamilton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]KarenT[/bold] wrote: Why do people keep referring to Brighton as "our beautiful city"? What's beautiful about it? Aside from the lovely regency architecture along the seafront it's a slum full of addicts and beggars and smelly juggling hippies. "Our beautiful city".... Yeah right, it's so pretty, full of unicorns and pretty birdies in the trees and every single tree is covered in blossom, all year round... Kind of like "Camelot"... The leaves all fall in neat little piles every Autumn... time for a song...[/p][/quote]All depends on your outlook on life and how you perceive. You are obviously sad and unhappy and hence see no beauty. I am such a lucky man.[/p][/quote]Can I have some of what you're smoking that makes everything soooooo purdy?[/p][/quote]It just goes to show that not everyone sees the same things in Brighton. I see both sides. There is utter squalor and there is opulence.[/p][/quote]Oh yeah there's opulence alright, but there's opulence in most places. The more money you have the more you are able to surround yourself in opulence and pretty things, and the less you have, the more you have to come face to face with all the plebs and low-lifes. ;-) I've had both - I was much happier when I was able to lift myself up and out of the dregs of society.[/p][/quote]We're not disputing that. We're pointing out that Brighton's society goes from the fabulously wealthy to the guys who are lucky enough to find shelter each night. You complained about the MFE turning up. It happens on one day a year. Your city is a mess 365 days a year thanks to those who either moved here to drop out or those born here who couldn't cope. Don't get arsey with people for pointing out that Brighton isn't paradise.[/p][/quote]You're confusing me with someone else! I haven't complained about the MFE turning up - in fact read my post on this thread (link below). It's the last post on this thread (at the moment): http://www.theargus. co.uk/news/11175736. Violent_clashes_as_M arch_for_England_ret urns_to_Brighton/ And I didn't get arsey with anyone for pointing out that "Brighton isn't paradise"... In fact that was MY argument, and that I get sick of people referring to Brighton as 'our beautiful city' (barf). Read back dude![/p][/quote]If I have misrepresented you, then I apologise, and it wasn't deliberate. I clearly thought that you had expressed dismay that the March was allowed in the first place. Tbh, I've loved Brighton since my first visit way back in 1974. I know it has a ripped backside, but even that adds a little to its character. You wrote a very supportive post elsewhere about what England means to many. Again, my apologies for my mistake. ZeeGee, ffs
  • Score: 1

6:40pm Wed 30 Apr 14

KarenT says...

ZeeGee, ffs wrote:
KarenT wrote:
ZeeGee, ffs wrote:
KarenT wrote:
ZeeGee, ffs wrote:
KarenT wrote:
Lord Hamilton wrote:
KarenT wrote:
Why do people keep referring to Brighton as "our beautiful city"? What's beautiful about it? Aside from the lovely regency architecture along the seafront it's a slum full of addicts and beggars and smelly juggling hippies. "Our beautiful city".... Yeah right, it's so pretty, full of unicorns and pretty birdies in the trees and every single tree is covered in blossom, all year round... Kind of like "Camelot"... The leaves all fall in neat little piles every Autumn... time for a song...
All depends on your outlook on life and how you perceive. You are obviously sad and unhappy and hence see no beauty. I am such a lucky man.
Can I have some of what you're smoking that makes everything soooooo purdy?
It just goes to show that not everyone sees the same things in Brighton. I see both sides. There is utter squalor and there is opulence.
Oh yeah there's opulence alright, but there's opulence in most places. The more money you have the more you are able to surround yourself in opulence and pretty things, and the less you have, the more you have to come face to face with all the plebs and low-lifes. ;-) I've had both - I was much happier when I was able to lift myself up and out of the dregs of society.
We're not disputing that. We're pointing out that Brighton's society goes from the fabulously wealthy to the guys who are lucky enough to find shelter each night.

You complained about the MFE turning up. It happens on one day a year. Your city is a mess 365 days a year thanks to those who either moved here to drop out or those born here who couldn't cope.

Don't get arsey with people for pointing out that Brighton isn't paradise.
You're confusing me with someone else! I haven't complained about the MFE turning up - in fact read my post on this thread (link below). It's the last post on this thread (at the moment):

http://www.theargus.


co.uk/news/11175736.


Violent_clashes_as_M


arch_for_England_ret


urns_to_Brighton/

And I didn't get arsey with anyone for pointing out that "Brighton isn't paradise"... In fact that was MY argument, and that I get sick of people referring to Brighton as 'our beautiful city' (barf). Read back dude!
If I have misrepresented you, then I apologise, and it wasn't deliberate.

I clearly thought that you had expressed dismay that the March was allowed in the first place.

Tbh, I've loved Brighton since my first visit way back in 1974. I know it has a ripped backside, but even that adds a little to its character.

You wrote a very supportive post elsewhere about what England means to many.

Again, my apologies for my mistake.
No problem!
[quote][p][bold]ZeeGee, ffs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]KarenT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ZeeGee, ffs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]KarenT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ZeeGee, ffs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]KarenT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lord Hamilton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]KarenT[/bold] wrote: Why do people keep referring to Brighton as "our beautiful city"? What's beautiful about it? Aside from the lovely regency architecture along the seafront it's a slum full of addicts and beggars and smelly juggling hippies. "Our beautiful city".... Yeah right, it's so pretty, full of unicorns and pretty birdies in the trees and every single tree is covered in blossom, all year round... Kind of like "Camelot"... The leaves all fall in neat little piles every Autumn... time for a song...[/p][/quote]All depends on your outlook on life and how you perceive. You are obviously sad and unhappy and hence see no beauty. I am such a lucky man.[/p][/quote]Can I have some of what you're smoking that makes everything soooooo purdy?[/p][/quote]It just goes to show that not everyone sees the same things in Brighton. I see both sides. There is utter squalor and there is opulence.[/p][/quote]Oh yeah there's opulence alright, but there's opulence in most places. The more money you have the more you are able to surround yourself in opulence and pretty things, and the less you have, the more you have to come face to face with all the plebs and low-lifes. ;-) I've had both - I was much happier when I was able to lift myself up and out of the dregs of society.[/p][/quote]We're not disputing that. We're pointing out that Brighton's society goes from the fabulously wealthy to the guys who are lucky enough to find shelter each night. You complained about the MFE turning up. It happens on one day a year. Your city is a mess 365 days a year thanks to those who either moved here to drop out or those born here who couldn't cope. Don't get arsey with people for pointing out that Brighton isn't paradise.[/p][/quote]You're confusing me with someone else! I haven't complained about the MFE turning up - in fact read my post on this thread (link below). It's the last post on this thread (at the moment): http://www.theargus. co.uk/news/11175736. Violent_clashes_as_M arch_for_England_ret urns_to_Brighton/ And I didn't get arsey with anyone for pointing out that "Brighton isn't paradise"... In fact that was MY argument, and that I get sick of people referring to Brighton as 'our beautiful city' (barf). Read back dude![/p][/quote]If I have misrepresented you, then I apologise, and it wasn't deliberate. I clearly thought that you had expressed dismay that the March was allowed in the first place. Tbh, I've loved Brighton since my first visit way back in 1974. I know it has a ripped backside, but even that adds a little to its character. You wrote a very supportive post elsewhere about what England means to many. Again, my apologies for my mistake.[/p][/quote]No problem! KarenT
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