Revolting Students Part II

#1
Any sightings of the unwashed hoards?
I was due to see a chap in London today.He called last night to say he was staying at home,"in case it all kicks off"
 
#5
I'm in Liverpool & there's hundreds of the soap dodging cnuts being chased around the streets by plod. Takes me back to NI training & rubber bricks. Anyone got a spare maraklon shield & dick gun?

Do we have a Pig sat in someones lock up we can get going with a shove or two?
 
#7
I'm in Liverpool & there's hundreds of the soap dodging cnuts being chased around the streets by plod. Takes me back to NI training & rubber bricks. Anyone got a spare maraklon shield & dick gun?

Do we have a Pig sat in someones lock up we can get going with a shove or two?
Lets do the job properly and send in 2 para. :nod:
 
#9
Saw them on Sky News attacking and trashing a police van (that for some reason had been abandoned)

Nothing a volley of CS gas, rubber bullets, watercannons and a mounted charge couldn't have sorted though.
 
#10
Don't think it was abandoned - just a bloody stupid place to leave two Transits parked up, right where you are kettling. Maybe they were iffy vehicles and some bright copper hit on a way to justify getting two working replacements. Certainly going to need a bit of a respray...
 
#11
Saw them on Sky News attacking and trashing a police van (that for some reason had been abandoned)

Nothing a volley of CS gas, rubber bullets, watercannons and a mounted charge couldn't have sorted though.
True, but then we'd have a never ending outrage bus trip to contend with. The angst over Sgt smellie slapping that harpy during the G20 was bad enough. Imagine if some student got malleted by a baton round?

Never mind Balthazar will be here soon to tell us it's ok for the students to smash london up as "it's only a bit of glass" or similar bollocks.
 
#12
True, but then we'd have a never ending outrage bus trip to contend with.
As this is the NAAFI we are allowed some out of the box suggestions with regards to crowd control!

I'd read the riot act to the gathering, then send the Household Cavalry Mounted Regiment at them, with sabres drawn and buglers sounding the charge.
 

ancienturion

LE
Book Reviewer
#13
As this is the NAAFI we are allowed some out of the box suggestions with regards to crowd control!

I'd read the riot act to the gathering, then send the Household Cavalry Mounted Regiment at them, with sabres drawn and buglers sounding the charge.
Only after blocking off all the exits these overgrown schoolchildren might try and use to run away.
 
#14
Simples answer for the great unwashed layabouts that are kicking off. Water cannon with red dye in it. Spray over revolting timewasters. Wait outside students union over the next fortnight and pick them up 1 at a time.
Then apply the jump leads to various parts of body.
 
#15
I've had a shit week with some bad family news and I'd be more than happy to pick up a helmet and a baton and wade into some students at the moment...idle feckers...

Rodney2q
 
#16
As this is the NAAFI we are allowed some out of the box suggestions with regards to crowd control!
I didn't notice that it was in the NAAFI.

In that case plod should get down to the imperial war museum and see if there's any Sherman Crocodile tanks, portable flamethrowers, and zyklon B lying around.
 

skid2

LE
Book Reviewer
#18
As this is the NAAFI we are allowed some out of the box suggestions with regards to crowd control!

I'd read the riot act to the gathering, then send the Household Cavalry Mounted Regiment at them, with sabres drawn and buglers sounding the charge.
I'd watch that especially the bit where the NIrish students start dumping handfuls of marbles and ballbearings on the road.
Speaking as one who cheerfully abused his student grant 30 odd years ago
 
#19
As this is the NAAFI we are allowed some out of the box suggestions with regards to crowd control!

I'd read the riot act to the gathering, then send the Household Cavalry Mounted Regiment at them, with sabres drawn and buglers sounding the charge.
As a former Household Cavalry member I would like to point out that the majority of the Cavalry is dual trained, thereofe to make the most of the unit, I believe that all 4 mounted divisions (possibly muster a good 6 divisons if we nick the coppers nags) on trustworthy steeds, armed with SA80's would make a handsome headline for tomorrows papers!
Further more there might be a few of the old "Nasty" (and they were nasty) German throwback horses that might be willing to have a GPMG bi-pod mounted on their heads!
 
#20
As this is the NAAFI we are allowed some out of the box suggestions with regards to crowd control!

I'd read the riot act to the gathering, then send the Household Cavalry Mounted Regiment at them, with sabres drawn and buglers sounding the charge.
Good point. Seeing as students dont wear a uniform (jeans hanging off you arrse dont count) can we break out the thermobaric weapons?
 

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