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    Who is up for it? I am frankly sickened by these idiots who think that by smashing windows and attacking the police that somehow this validates their argument. How wrong, how stupid and just how little are these people after today's events? Indeed, stupid Miliband will stress it was a 'minority' that were involved (bull****, did you see that street?).

    It seems that by provoking a protest on the lines of the Poll Tax riots, Labour are to blame for today.

    I hope that Cameron passes a new law banning these demonstrations, and firmly attacks these idiots in the Commons and blames Miliband for it.

    So who wants to organise an anti-anti-cuts demonstration? Instead of attacking Conservative party HQ, we will firebomb and destroy Labour's HQ. Hey, if they can do it to them, we can do it to Labour. And we will also attack any pro-Labour business that we come across. This, again, is in line with what these anti-government people are doing to pro-government businesses. So if they can do it, why not us?

    Who is up for it? Our line shall be "Reality is King!", as well as "I am NOT with stupid. I know economics...and that debt is a bad thing!".
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    Well, i'd be with you on a peaceful protest, sure.

    But, I wouldn't think that sinking to their level will make us seem much better to be honest. We need to show them that we have the mandate to do this, and that we have a more mature outlook.
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    What street? Most of the stuff that was happening on Oxford St did not involve people smashing **** up or throwing paint at the police.

    Your slogans are even stupider than the **** slogans on our demos btw.

    Labour didn't provoke these demonstrations either. Labour in NO way want to be associated with anti-capitalist violence. Out of the MASSES of people who are demonstrating today a relatively tiny number attacked property. The proportion was bigger along Oxford street but occupations, street / shop blocking and the performance protests that took up a lot of it were not violent.

    Tbh I don't even give a **** about the property damage but to make out that made up the bulk of the protest is retarded.
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    new law banning these demonstrations?

    wow.
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    If this goes ahead, I'll stage a demo against yours, just for the sake of grammatical ambiguity.
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    (Original post by Stanley Baldwin)
    Who is up for it? I am frankly sickened by these idiots who think that by smashing windows and attacking the police that somehow this validates their argument. How wrong, how stupid and just how little are these people after today's events? Indeed, stupid Miliband will stress it was a 'minority' that were involved (bull****, did you see that street?).

    It seems that by provoking a protest on the lines of the Poll Tax riots, Labour are to blame for today.

    I hope that Cameron passes a new law banning these demonstrations, and firmly attacks these idiots in the Commons and blames Miliband for it.

    So who wants to organise an anti-anti-cuts demonstration? Instead of attacking Conservative party HQ, we will firebomb and destroy Labour's HQ. Hey, if they can do it to them, we can do it to Labour. And we will also attack any pro-Labour business that we come across. This, again, is in line with what these anti-government people are doing to pro-government businesses. So if they can do it, why not us?

    Who is up for it? Our line shall be "Reality is King!", as well as "I am NOT with stupid. I know economics...and that debt is a bad thing!".
    I would support you. However, I fear the socialist mob will counter it with violent means.


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    I would join it. Watch as all the lefties here get their knickers in a twist because they think they're the only ones who can stage a protest.
    This. But the lefties would start using violence as usual. Can't protest but can riot!
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    I would join it. Watch as all the lefties here get their knickers in a twist because they think they're the only ones who can stage a protest. However, violence like the socialist mob in Oxford Street would just put you down to their level.
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    (Original post by fibrebiz)
    If this goes ahead, I'll stage a demo against yours, just for the sake of grammatical ambiguity.
    I don't think that is not not a good idea. Or is it perhaps in the instance a substancially correct move in a correct way? I am copying Sir Humphrey by being unintelligible in my response, apologies.

    You know what - let us all stage these protests. I will be a 'CAMERON IS KL' protest, someone else can do a 'FREE MONEY!!!' protest, and someone else can do a 'ED MILIBAND IS A C0CKEND' one. Then we can form a coalition.
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    (Original post by Archaos)
    I would join it. Watch as all the lefties here get their knickers in a twist because they think they're the only ones who can stage a protest. However, violence like the socialist mob in Oxford Street would just put you down to their level.
    If this keeps on going on, we should form a London demonstration. I would happily work with Conservatives and other sensibles. Funny thing is, my former party was quite similar to labour. Hence the 'former' note - I fitted in as well as a sumo wrestler in a XXS dress.
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    (Original post by Stanley Baldwin)
    And we will also attack any pro-Labour business that we come across.
    First one that came to my mind was the BBC, while I don't actually think they have a bias. Go protest outside the Guardian's headquarters, they've been doing their own tax dodging lately.
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    (Original post by Stanley Baldwin)
    Who is up for it? I am frankly sickened by these idiots who think that by smashing windows and attacking the police that somehow this validates their argument. How wrong, how stupid and just how little are these people after today's events? Indeed, stupid Miliband will stress it was a 'minority' that were involved (bull****, did you see that street?).

    It seems that by provoking a protest on the lines of the Poll Tax riots, Labour are to blame for today.

    I hope that Cameron passes a new law banning these demonstrations, and firmly attacks these idiots in the Commons and blames Miliband for it.

    So who wants to organise an anti-anti-cuts demonstration? Instead of attacking Conservative party HQ, we will firebomb and destroy Labour's HQ. Hey, if they can do it to them, we can do it to Labour. And we will also attack any pro-Labour business that we come across. This, again, is in line with what these anti-government people are doing to pro-government businesses. So if they can do it, why not us?

    Who is up for it? Our line shall be "Reality is King!", as well as "I am NOT with stupid. I know economics...and that debt is a bad thing!".

    so much for living in a democracy where people get to express their opinions.

    if i had the opportunity i would gladly punch david cameron and nick clegg, it wouldn't get me anywhere but it would sure make me feel better!

    of course it's a minority, but i'm not going to convince you of that because you're one of those people who likes to see things in a certain (untrue) way just because it validates your point. i will say i don't know what you were watching though because from most of what i saw on the news and internet was peaceful with only a few vandalising. if i were at those marches today as soon as that started to happen i would walk away, as much as a dislike the police they're just doing their job and the cuts aren't their fault, and smashing property is mindless and wrong.


    i'm ignoring the rest of your post, you can't reason with stupidity.
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    (Original post by The_Male_Melons)
    I would support you. However, I fear the socialist mob will counter it with violent means.



    This. But the lefties would start using violence as usual. Can't protest but can riot!
    We should do this though - do a 'WE HEART COALITION' demonstration at the front of Labour HQ. We should all dress up as Ed Miliband/Wallace/F5CKface for 'humour'. Try to imitate him too at our speeches - "This just isn't fayuuuuuu, this is barbaric moves by the cooooalition'.

    I hate this man so much - which is funny because my family has a long lineage of supporting Labour. I was the first to break away, and I sure as hell am not going to ever vote for them. I would sooner vote for a Communist - because at least they believe something (though I hate it).
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    (Original post by Bellissima)
    so much for living in a democracy where people get to express their opinions.

    if i had the opportunity i would gladly punch david cameron and nick clegg, it wouldn't get me anywhere but it would sure make me feel better!

    of course it's a minority, but i'm not going to convince you of that because you're one of those people who likes to see things in a certain (untrue) way just because it validates your point. i will say i don't know what you were watching though because from most of what i saw on the news and internet was peaceful with only a few vandalising. if i were at those marches today as soon as that started to happen i would walk away, as much as a dislike the police they're just doing their job and the cuts aren't their fault, and smashing property is mindless and wrong.


    i'm ignoring the rest of your post, you can't reason with stupidity.of other tory supporters
    Hi, I was watching the protests from 14:50 till around 15:10, and there was a 'splinter movement' of the protesters. They engulfed a very large street near the Ritz Hotel. Now if this was a 'splinter group', it would have been around 100 people. This was closer to 3000. They were baiting the police and smashing windows. How on earth is that a good thing for democracy if, when you can't win a debate, you start using violence? You socialists depend on violence when you can't get your own way. Like Lenin, when a socialist can't win a debate they use violence.
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    (Original post by Stanley Baldwin)
    Hi, I was watching the protests from 14:50 till around 15:10, and there was a 'splinter movement' of the protesters. They engulfed a very large street near the Ritz Hotel. Now if this was a 'splinter group', it would have been around 100 people. This was closer to 3000. They were baiting the police and smashing windows. How on earth is that a good thing for democracy if, when you can't win a debate, you start using violence? You socialists depend on violence when you can't get your own way. Like Lenin, when a socialist can't win a debate they use violence.

    Lenin and the russian revolution has nothing to do with this, definitely standing by my last sentence.
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    Go for it mate we need balance. Look at Egypt they always had the pro Mubarak supporters and Gaddafi has his own rent-a-mob who demonstrate in Tripoli to support Gaddafi.

    It would be LOLs if the rest of the world gets to report on "Pro-Cameron demonstrators" staging a protest.
    WHADDAWE WANT? CUT AIRCRAFT CARRIERS! WHEN DO WE WANT IT! NOW!!
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    (Original post by Stanley Baldwin)
    We should do this though - do a 'WE HEART COALITION' demonstration at the front of Labour HQ. We should all dress up as Ed Miliband/Wallace/F5CKface for 'humour'. Try to imitate him too at our speeches - "This just isn't fayuuuuuu, this is barbaric moves by the cooooalition'.

    I hate this man so much - which is funny because my family has a long lineage of supporting Labour. I was the first to break away, and I sure as hell am not going to ever vote for them. I would sooner vote for a Communist - because at least they believe something (though I hate it).
    hahaha this made me laugh. My family support Labour just because they have done. I am the first one to support tory because I actually looked at the policies, and found myself agreeing to the tory manifesto.

    As much I would love to march in support of the coalition- I don't want to see violence which will be instigated by the socialist lefties mob.
    I would love to march to show that actually a march can be peaceful instead of a riot.
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    I agree with the aims of a demo like this and I would go if somebody organized one, but I still think it's a bad idea. Right wing people couldn't move as many people as trade unions have, plus I think most of us would work or study or trying to rest from those. I doubt if more than a few thousand people would go for something like this and so the left would use it to say that they are a majority.
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    The problem with lefties is that they actually dont understand how reality works.

    Everything-costs-money

    It's hardly rocket science!


    They describe lazy people who didnt succeed at school as 'vulnerable'! You get out of life what you put in, if you **** about at school and end up at a public civil servant with your job on the line- only you to blame!
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    (Original post by Kr1tya3)
    I agree with the aims of a demo like this and I would go if somebody organized one, but I still think it's a bad idea. Right wing people couldn't move as many people as trade unions have, plus I think most of us would work or study or trying to rest from those. I doubt if more than a few thousand people would go for something like this and so the left would use it to say that they are a majority.
    'the left' are a majority in this country. After 12 years, 2 unpopular wars, a global financial crisis and the widely unpopular Gordon Brown, the Conservatives STILL couldn't win an election. The left leaning Lib Dems and Labour got more votes than the centre-right conservatives.

    What does that suggest to you about the general leanings in this country? That after those 12 years, Iraq and recession, the Conservatives still couldn't win an election? Embarrasing.
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    (Original post by MagicNMedicine)
    Go for it mate we need balance. Look at Egypt they always had the pro Mubarak supporters and Gaddafi has his own rent-a-mob who demonstrate in Tripoli to support Gaddafi.

    It would be LOLs if the rest of the world gets to report on "Pro-Cameron demonstrators" staging a protest.
    WHADDAWE WANT? CUT AIRCRAFT CARRIERS! WHEN DO WE WANT IT! NOW!!
    Maybe Cameron should call up Gadaffi and Mubarak find out where these dictators rent their mobs from.

    Or we could use this http://www.toms-place.lovelandnet.co...-mob/index.htm
 
 
 
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