XR Hijack Cenotaph, claim "Climate Change" is war

Bubbles_Barker

LE
Book Reviewer
Kindly expand on this, all I'm seeing is waffle.
Why? Can't you read? Think about the Union, not just England, you haven't done so for years.

You're happily proving my point too. Amazing.
 
Ignored by the media?

Daily mail, The Sun, The Independent, Telegraph, The BBC news app and Sky news covered it.
I stand corrected, but it wasn’t on the BBC news earlier today (unless I missed the mention )

But it’s still not the most offensive goings on at the cenotaph recently
 

Bubbles_Barker

LE
Book Reviewer
And my counterpoint is that they‘ve not been allowed to be. The licence plate example is a small but typical one. How is - according to a Westminster government - fine for a Scotsman but racist for an Englishman?

Billy Bragg was crapping on a few years ago about taking the English flag back from the racists. It was the Left that called it racist in the first place.
I wonder how many English flag wearing racists voted for Labour though? I honestly don't know, but it might have had the slightest effect on the Labour government's view at the time. Add that to their normal socialist ideals and they are only doing what their doctrine tells them so no surprise.

None of which addresses the fact that flag wearing nationalism is pretty much always a bad thing, whatever 'side' you're on.
 

Bubbles_Barker

LE
Book Reviewer
You seem to ignore the massive minority in England doing nothing integrate and everything to destroy our way of life. I'm a Scot.
Who's 'destroying your way of life'?
 

Bubbles_Barker

LE
Book Reviewer
Daily Mail states “As a young infantryman in the British Army, he was hit by shrapnel from an IRA car bomb that killed two other soldiers in Stewartstown in 1974.

Mr Bell completed four tours of duty with the Royal Anglican Regiment.

These days, he is fighting climate change.”

He sounds like a right laugh. Wasn’t old @ugly Anglian? Sure I read he is ex poacher?

Sutton Index of deaths has two Army fatalities at an incident just outside Stewartstown on 7 November 1974; the news story below (source not known as image 'borrowed' from a Facebook page).

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endure

GCM
I beg to differ. I have posted several times on here already and mentioned the time they had a 'dress as a pirate' day and my young lad's school - and he wanted to wear my navy cap.
They were a bit worried about the effect of the rum, bum and gramophone records on the kids...
 
I stand corrected, but it wasn’t on the BBC news earlier today (unless I missed the mention )

But it’s still not the most offensive goings on at the cenotaph recently
It's a lead phone in on Julie Hartley Brewer's show on Talk Radio and might be a lead on the station all day if anyone wants to phone in
 
Its like Monty Python and the judean peoples front versus the peoples front of judea... We have only just got rid of BLM, as racism is now solved with President Trump on his way out of the door and its back to the climate change lot, who I expect this to be an opening spectacular.

COP26 - means, I expect next year we can look forward to a host of antics and our Police will as ever stand back and quote 'its peoples rights', whilst going after lockdown protesters and in the past football fans with relish.
 
Its like Monty Python and the judean peoples front versus the peoples front of judea... We have only just got rid of BLM, as racism is now solved with President Trump on his way out of the door and its back to the climate change lot, who I expect this to be an opening spectacular.

COP26 - means, I expect next year we can look forward to a host of antics and our Police will as ever stand back and quote 'its peoples rights', whilst going after lockdown protesters and in the past football fans with relish.

I was at (reasonably close to) the Cenotaph yesterday morning.
On Sunday, I got no closer than Parliament Square – view blocked out by absurdly placed six-foot screens.

Both times, there were abundant numbers of police, some of them quite intrusive – notably on Sunday.

I was also there on the second Saturday of the black violence matters demonstration/protest.
While there was a high number of officers that day, they were much less proactive.

So, I tried to explain to one Inspector on Sunday of the risk they are running by policing their natural supporters more rigorously than instinctive lawbreakers.
 
How ever it is all too easy to blame the English, Westminster etc.

Just look at the devolved nations approach to covid, it’s like they are hedging there bets and cry fowl when they’ve ran out of funding.

And wait and see what the UK government does in regard of Covid rules etc, and then they do something different, and then whinge about the UK government doing something different
 
I was at (reasonably close to) the Cenotaph yesterday morning.
On Sunday, I got no closer than Parliament Square – view blocked out by absurdly placed six-foot screens.

Both times, there were abundant numbers of police, some of them quite intrusive – notably on Sunday.

I was also there on the second Saturday of the black violence matters demonstration/protest.
While there was a high number of officers that day, they were much less proactive.

So, I tried to explain to one Inspector on Sunday of the risk they are running by policing their natural supporters more rigorously than instinctive lawbreakers.
I think we are all behind the times with the plod, as the ones we've known are retired or retiring and the new breed are a different gravy..... As an aside, I used to listen to some of the new recruit banter as they're came into our office building for breakfast and the thing that stuck out was how much they're sounded like a posse of graduates.
 
The utter twunt is on Telly this morning .... they need to stop giving it publicity, that's what he's after. Pity he wasn't arrested after a swift beating
 

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