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BLM march Brighton

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On Sun 7 Jun at 7:21pm Jez wrote:
For those that would like to support the BLM march on Saturday 13th June, but may not want to or be able to travel to the city, has anyone heard of any plans to gather in Lewes?
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On Sun 7 Jun at 10:16pm Tom Pain wrote:
One nasty thug kills another nasty thug and everyone wants to go on a march about it because the manipulating media calls it something it's not.
Corvid cabin fever strikes again.
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On Sun 7 Jun at 10:31pm pickle wrote:
Jez, there’s one planned tomorrow in Cliffe from 7pm
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On Mon 8 Jun at 9:18am Huey Lewes wrote:
Lewes resident takes the name of a local activist and revolutionary, then moans about protests... pipe down.
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On Mon 8 Jun at 11:00am Jez wrote:
Thanks Pickle, what's the plan for Cliffe, is it a a silent vigil? Assuming that it's not a march.
7pm tonight?
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On Mon 8 Jun at 2:00pm David Stanley wrote:
Covid gives criminal rioters perfect cover for concealing their identity while destroying or damaging monuments that have a meaning for the silent majority.
Meanwhile thousands of enablers travelled to London spreading Virus and bringing it back to their families. So brave!
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On Mon 8 Jun at 4:43pm endoftheouse wrote:
I just hope that a few members of each Lewes Bonfire Society will be looking over and protecting the School Hill War Memorial throughout the evening as no doubt some dinlo will want to leave their mark on it tonight.
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On Mon 8 Jun at 5:11pm Sensible wrote:
We can only hope for a massive show of force by our Sussex Police, ready to launch angrily and overwhelmingly on behalf of the silent, law-abiding majority, against the imported violent far-left offenders who make up this proposed illegal action.
Assembly: illegal
Vandalism of the War Memorial: illegal
Violence: illegal
Disturbance of the Queen's Peace: illegal
Obstruction of the highway: illegal
Police, get tough. Uphold the Law.
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On Mon 8 Jun at 11:22pm Basil wrote:
I assume you were masturbating when you wrote that, Sensible.
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On Tue 9 Jun at 7:30am Sensible wrote:
We must crush anti-government sentiment. The UKBLM crowdfunding page states the funds raised go to "Developing and delivering training, police monitoring and strategies for the abolition of police".
It is the aim of the "UKBLM Fund", clearly given on its crowdfunding page via "GoFundMe" and is still there this morning.
Every hard-lefty deviant you know who is supporting protest marches is funding "the abolition of police". And they walk among people. And the police with our support must utterly destroy this threat to Order. Prisons are ready.
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On Tue 9 Jun at 1:11pm Tom Pain wrote:
Good old sensible is giving a good demonstration, pun unintended, of how to totally confuse the narrative and lead it down countless blind alleys, I hope greenie and nev are taking notes. Latest figures are showing that,since the lockdown, the obscene fortunes of the 1% have risen by 17%,not bad going. Even the Guardian are reporting that myriad evictions are awaiting tenants for unpaid rent due to lockdown work loss. They don't mention how their scaremongering helped it along,of course. Thousands of small to medium businesses are having to close. The full cost of the lockdown is yet to be seen but you can bet the NHS will be hit hard by the scarcity of cash caused by a lack of tax revenue,the paying back of loans and the ensuing lack of employment. No wonder Johnson made a volte face on his no lockdown decision,his sponsors are really making a killing,pun intended this time. Isn't it odd how mass gatherings are suddenly OK and are no threat to the vulnerable any more? Austerity is on it's way,though it may be a little more austere than you thought, but you can take comfort in the thought that you begged for it,even if it was in a rather covert guise. Happy virtue signalling. One thing, I don't think Paine organised any demonstrations, he'd have laughed at the idea.
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On Tue 9 Jun at 1:48pm I say Ding Dong wrote:
My dog is desperate to join in, "Black Labs Matter!"
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On Tue 9 Jun at 2:20pm Tom Pain wrote:
Here I go again,just noticed this~ FBI crime statistics for 2013 censored by instagram. That's seven years ago but the figures are per capita so it's fair and I doubt if things have changed much.
"Murders of blacks and whites in the US per million of the murderer's race"~
Black by black~ 53.94. White by white~10.22. Black by white~0.77.White by black~9.83.
So what's all the fuss about? Who's trying to cause division between the races and to what despicable end? Please don't reply with the usual mud slinging knee jerk reaction. This is a serious situation that calls for balanced scrutiny.
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On Wed 10 Jun at 9:49am Green Sleeves wrote:
How can you have "balanced scrutiny" when you are seemingly drawing conclusions based on one set of statistics? Who is trying to cause division between races? People who declare that racism is over, and use stats like these to "prove" it, perhaps.

I'm sure black people in America will be relieved that some ageing white conspiracy theorist, from a predominantly white county in a predominantly white country, has looked at these stats and concluded "what is all the fuss about?" when he explains that its black people mainly killing black people. Its a civil war between the blacks, clearly. Us white folks can rest easy that we played no part in any of this.....and this isn't "mud-slinging", by the way. I'm just pointing out the fragility of drawing conclusions based on just one set of numbers for one "category" on such a complex issue. Some people just don't get it, and never will get it.
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On Wed 10 Jun at 5:13pm Tom Pain wrote:
The idea was that people could draw their own conclusions without being "nudged" by a sensationalist media or bigoted comments, larded with baseless suppositions intended only to make such a thing impossible.


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