Discussion in 'protest, direct action and demos' started by stuff_it, Jun 8, 2013.
Bit Pepsi for my tastes.
That made me smile. I don't like or drink Pepsi or Coke for various reasons and I see what you mean, still a good pic though imo.
Here is what he has to say about what is going on in that pic...
Something tells me he is lying....
Lot of vitriol there.
Lots of embarrassed bluster there.
Did she actually get arrested?
Blimey, if she did I am wondering why. If anyone needed arresting it was that nasty little piece of unpleasantness.
Ok people on fb are saying no she wasn't arrested, so 'escorted from the scene' or suchlike I suppose.
e2a probably from the interview with her here
The story behind that viral EDL photo
Imagine being humiliated by a woman, a woman who isn't white, a woman who has isn't scared by his seething anger and has the cheek to laugh at his impotent fury
She didn't humiliate him. He did that all by himself.
Not only is she heroic, but she also likes the Specials. Swoons!
ha ha...what a tit.
Cant access twitter by Tommy Bellend whatever his name is this week has said that she was standing up for another woman and not disrupting a minuets silence and everyone is going tits
This comes up in a google search but I am blocked from reading his feed.
A Muslim woman explains why she stood up to the EDL in Birmingham
Article with the lady who was surrounded in the first place.
Good work on getting blocked
Shame I can't remember why. That's how many fucks I give.
blocked also, probably for asking for coke or a dodgy mortgage.
Red London posting about sexual degeneracy eh? I wonder, have they forget just why they were expelled from the anarchist federation? And i wonder, did they also forget their anti-fascism when they did the door for friend of nazis, holocaust deniers racists and ant--semites Vanessa Beeley?
there was no minute' silence, it was a retro-excuse for being exposed as a misogynist fuckbucket and racist arse-crack. and wasnt it nice that the lady plod co-ordinated her outfit with saffiyah's t-shirt?
Please tell us more.
Agreed and even if he wasn't who asked him to organise a minute's silence? Like anyone wants to join theirs.
Like he was going to hit her in front of the Police - ooh hold me back comrades.
A reporter on the payroll of the Telegraph there.
Who is stupider, her or the EDL press office?
I suspect he's intimating about an ex poster from here.
It's doing the rounds that the Birmingham mobilisation didn't have much opposition, despite the iconic photo. Can anyone shed light on this?
Don't think that there was any kind of non UAF callout. Birmingham doesn't seem to really get it together to oppose the fash demos, apart from the very first one in 2009.
There were about 100 EDL (maybe a bit less). About 300 on the counter protest (mainly SWP and local Asian groups).
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