Coming to Brixton: anti-abortion protests

Discussion in 'Brixton' started by el-ahrairah, Aug 16, 2012.

  1. el-ahrairah

    el-ahrairah forward communism, forward gerbils!

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  2. Gramsci

    Gramsci Well-Known Member

    I used to give them a piece of my mind when they were outside BPAS in Bedord sq.

    Saw some ( not sure if its same group) outside Marie Stopes in West End (Cleveland street). They are out there praying with there rosaries. Its all Catholics in this country. They can fuck off. As I told them:).

    The ones in UK are part of "40 days for Life" that started in US of fucking A. Home of religious nutters.

    Here its dominated by Catholics:p. Not so in US.

    There whole thing is to set up long vigils and try to get places to close down. Its a form of intimidation. Fair enough its a free country. So I am free to go and tell these fuckers to fuck off. Id advise any one to do the same. They really do not like it. Its why they started filming people.
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  3. geminisnake

    geminisnake a complex mass of conflicting ideas

    Oh please let it be while I'm down!! I detest those narrow minded twats!!
  4. nagapie

    nagapie Well-Known Member

    I have shouted abuse at the ones outside Marie Stopes on Brixton Hill, with my son in his pushchair by my side. But it doesn't really deter them. I'd like to do something more if they are coming. Wonder how one finds out their location dates...
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  5. Gramsci

    Gramsci Well-Known Member

    Yes its on website 26th September to November 4. Does not say where. You have to sign up to website to find out that.

    Also Catholic Herald does its bit by having a go at Guardian readers and The Royal Mail.

    Stope is a racist anti semite and anti Catholic according to them. Whilst I assume those in the vigil in Whitfield street are defenders of human rights.:rolleyes:
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  6. Gramsci

    Gramsci Well-Known Member

    From El-ahrairah first post they are extending there vigils from Whitfield street to Brixton. Looks like should start on 26th September.

    Address of Marie Stopes Brixton is 1a Raleigh Gardens Brixton Hill
    Cant wait. These people think they can have the success of the anti abortion movement in US. I hate them. This is not USA.

    Nor is this doing Catholics a lot of good either. I have friends from Poland where the Catholic church has a lot of influence. So Ive heard all about there malign influence on Polish society. Why some of my Polish friends like this country. Give the Catholic church an inch and they will take a mile.
  7. ajdown

    ajdown Posting in this thread

    Never mind "not going Catholics a lot of good", it doesn't necessarily reflect well on Christianity as a whole either.
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  8. Gramsci

    Gramsci Well-Known Member

    Well done. They hate it.

    40 days for life conducts a peaceful, prayerful and legal vigil in London. The central point of our vigil is to pray for an end to abortion and show that that is a love in community that can help a woman to choose life for her unborn child. Since our campaign started in September 2010, we estimate that more than 30 women have chosen life for their unborn children as a result of our campaign through prayer and also through an offer of love, help and support during a difficult time.
    We have a statement of peace that sets the tone and ethos of our prayer vigil as a peaceful and prayerful event. Since our campaign started, we have received a very large number of insults and threats. :D At times, members of the vigil have filmed themselves in order to protect themselves from these threats. We do not encourage anybody to film members of the public during our campaign.
    this is by Robert Colquhoun, Campaign Director, 40 days for life London.
    He is on FB if you want to check him out. He is right wing Catholic
  9. Gramsci

    Gramsci Well-Known Member

    Really? I do not have problems with Quakers for example . Catholic church in this country was and is socially conservative . So it can fuck off as far as Im concerned. This is not Catholic country.
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  10. newbie

    newbie undisambiguated

    nah, they just tell you they'll pray for you.:rolleyes:

    I don't really get this though, there's regularly one or more loons outside the place on BH. Are they going to turn up mob handed?
  11. Gramsci

    Gramsci Well-Known Member

    Depends on how forthright one is with ones opinions. I dont think they prayed for me.:D The more passers by who give them a hard time the better. This does not happen in USA. I think the level of abuse set them back a bit. Which is why they complain about it.

    They ask for it. I think it was a mistake of Stopes to go down the legal road. I think Stopes should ask people to tell them (peacefully and politely:rolleyes::p) why they think they are right wing religious bigots:cool: abortion should be on demand.

    If it is anything like Bedford sq (BPAS) was like then yes they will be "mob handed". Depending on time of day. Some days there were 8 of them with banners and models of foetus.

    The ones at Whitfield street (Stopes) , there now on regular basis, have increased. They put up religious pictures and kneel with there rosary beads praying etc whilst outside Stopes a couple of others offer "help" to those going in.
  12. joustmaster

    joustmaster offcumdun

    Shouldn't it be abortion protest.
    anti abortion protest is the opposite.

    Also, someone should go beat these cunts with long shitty sticks
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  13. nagapie

    nagapie Well-Known Member

    How much 'abuse' can one give without getting arrested? Can one for instance tear up their posters?
  14. ajdown

    ajdown Posting in this thread

    Every time I've been past on the bus and seen them there, there's usually several police standing with them, so if you do plan any sort of 'counter protest' or 'direct action' against them, do be careful.
  15. BigTom

    BigTom Well-Known Member

    They could nick you for Criminal damage, or possibly violent disorder or a similar charge, depending on the circumstances.
    Would depend on whether the police wanted to arrest you or not really and exactly how it happened.
    If you just walked past, saw them went over, ripped a poster then walked on it'd be less likely than if there was a counter demo happening or you hung around shouting at them
  16. Brixton Hatter

    Brixton Hatter Home is south London mate

    Rotten eggs and tomatoes at the ready.....
  17. Pickman's model

    Pickman's model Every man and every woman is a star

    40 days of life? All their parents should have allowed these bigots
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  18. gabi

    gabi Banned Banned

    I used to live opposite there and i never saw any coppers standing there when they were out/marching up the hill..? They're a very difficult crowd to avoid walking up to and telling them they're the best advert for post-natal abortion in existence. Never got stopped doing so.

    We also have them around where i work - they stand outside marie stopes and hassle young lasses on their way in. As if they don't have enough on their minds. Utter utter cunts.
  19. Badgers

    Badgers Mr Big Shrimp!

    Clarify the law here..

    Someone is walking down the road carrying an open can of red gloss paint. They are passing the religious cunt protest and trip over spilling the paint all over the cunts. Is there grounds for the paint carrier to be prosecuted?
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  20. BigTom

    BigTom Well-Known Member
    Criminal Damage law:

    So if it was considered that you were being reckless by walking down the street with an open can of paint, then yes you could still be prosecuted for criminal damage, even if it was genuinely accidental. So you'd need to be able to show a good reason for the can to have been open at that point I think, or it could/would be considered criminal damage.
  21. Badgers

    Badgers Mr Big Shrimp!

    So there would be a margin for doubt?
  22. Orang Utan


    I need to buy some flour from tesco and I am so very clumsy
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  23. Badgers

    Badgers Mr Big Shrimp!

    Get it from the market and save a few pence ;)
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  24. BigTom

    BigTom Well-Known Member

    In the situation you are describing I really think you'd need to come up with a pretty good reason why the can of paint was open, I wouldn't consider it usual to walk around the streets with an open can of paint.
    If, however, like OU is suggesting, you were coming back from a nearby shop with some flour, having decided not to take a bag for environmental reasons (after all, you have hands), heading home to make a cake, and fell over, covering them in flour, then I think there would be margin for doubt. It is hardly reckless to bring home food, and I would say rather responsible to do so without using bags wherever possible.

    I'm not sure I'd particularly want to stand up in court and claim I tripped accidentally though, lol :)
  25. nagapie

    nagapie Well-Known Member

    Let's just all give them a mass shouting at.
  26. Pickman's model

    Pickman's model Every man and every woman is a star

    they could get tarred and feathered and play a part in some sort of modern political street theatre.
  27. Pickman's model

    Pickman's model Every man and every woman is a star

    i can make quite a good pitch for that
  28. ajdown

    ajdown Posting in this thread

    Ready Brek and black poster paint would probably suffice. Just might be difficult explaining why you're carrying a bucketful in the street.
  29. Pickman's model

    Pickman's model Every man and every woman is a star

    i wouldn't be carrying a bucketful after i got to the demonstration
  30. Brixton Hatter

    Brixton Hatter Home is south London mate

    What about throwing buckets of water on them? Or could that be considered assault?

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