Snitches get stitches .....
You allow blantant nonense to be posted, say FA about it , then get all Kenneth Williams on me for pointing the nonsense out via a regional vernacualr
I love a bit of Anarchy to be honest, saw my first real bit of it aged 16 when the Anti National Front Riots kicked off a mile or so from where i lived in Lewisham.
This coincided with my first Leave from the Army, and being unleased back into society after an intense and hectic couple of months of full on beasting was 'Inspiring'..........so I joined up with my sarf Lunden hoodlum civvy mates for a bit of chaotic 'fun'.
Even then i realised that the the shops, cars and buildings getting damaged and torched belonged to people like my family - not to those who were instigating or causing the havoc, and that *young fit, strong and angry - often stupid, people, commanded by hateful old to55ers, would prey on the weak and old if a genuine state of Anarchy ever existed .
*Bit like the Army really
Battle of Lewisham - Wikipedia
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French police are being urged close police stations on Wednesday as part of a protest over pay and conditions - including a demand to be paid the 23 million hours of overtime they are owed - as the government scrambles to quell growing unrest among the country's forces of law and order.
After the yellow vests, it's now the turn of the blue vests (gilets bleus) to show their anger as French police unions are calling on officers to picket France's police stations on Wednesday and only answer emergency calls as they fight for better working conditions and pay.