Police protect the far right - from milkshakes Watch

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Farage was speaking to his supporters in Edinburgh yesterday - not too many of them presumably - and the police helped him out by banning sales of milkshakes in the locality.
https://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/sho....php?t=5951476

This seems unreasonable. Surely it is the right of all British citizens to throw milkshakes at people appealing to racism in order to manipulate people to support the agendas of foreign oligarchs and Donald Trump, who want to destroy Europe's economic strength?

Tommy Robinson looked better under milk. Why not Nigel?

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My milkshake brings all the left to the right
Damn right, it's better than yours
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My milkshake brings all the left to the right
Damn right, it's better than yours
The trick is in how you chuck it.
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Time to deploy the tactical assault Frijj.
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Farage ≠ far right.
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Robinson's face haha - cant endorse this, but can laugh
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Time to deploy the tactical assault Frijj.
Yes! They will be guarded on the left flank by Yakult Storm Troopers.
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Robinson's face haha - cant endorse this, but can laugh
In a strange way, it's reminiscent of When Harry Met Sally.
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(Original post by Fullofsurprises)
Farage was speaking to his supporters in Edinburgh yesterday - not too many of them presumably - and the police helped him out by banning sales of milkshakes in the locality.
https://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/sho....php?t=5951476

This seems unreasonable. Surely it is the right of all British citizens to throw milkshakes at people appealing to racism in order to manipulate people to support the agendas of foreign oligarchs and Donald Trump, who want to destroy Europe's economic strength?

Tommy Robinson looked better under milk. Why not Nigel?

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It would be nice if the left could just behave themselves and simply debate with people attending or the politicians themselves.

But hey, what do I know I’m sure throwing stuff at people is a far better solution.
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Better bang out the Nesquik powder, lads
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It would be nice if the left could just behave themselves and simply debate with people attending or the politicians themselves.

But hey, what do I know I’m sure throwing stuff at people is a far better solution.
Perhaps we should leave them alone to cover their faces in the usual white powder without adding any dairy products.
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Perhaps we should leave them alone to cover their faces in the usual white powder without adding any dairy products.
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Perhaps we should leave them alone to cover their faces in the usual white powder without adding any dairy products.
So now Farage takes drugs? I hope you get well soon.
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The left get more and more deluded every day. Comical.
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Perhaps we should leave them alone to cover their faces in the usual white powder without adding any dairy products.
No idea what you are in about but I encourage you to talk to people you disagree with.
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Police stop candidate being attacked. Good on them I say.
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Police stop candidate being attacked. Good on them I say.
They failed yesterday so looks like this is becoming a "thing" for certain types,
I can only image the outrage if a leaver were to throw a milkshake onto Anna Soubry.
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-tyne-48339711

Fwiw I don't condone this kind of thing towards anyone as it's childish and worse, who's to know what's going to end up being thrown at people if the police allow this kind of thing to continue.
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Banning just milkshakes is a ridiculous rule because if someone wants to throw something there are a variety of alternatives to throw; so what are they going to do? Ban the sale of all food and drinks within a certain radius? Ridiculous
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I’m shocked to see people promoting this after what happened to jo cox. It will start with milkshakes then it will just escalate and get worse until people start to get hurt.
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I’m shocked to see people promoting this after what happened to jo cox. It will start with milkshakes then it will just escalate and get worse until people start to get hurt.
Already has - I remember when those Class War thugs were shouting at Jacob Rees-Mogg's children.
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