Tuesday, 10 March 2009

G20 Meltdown

A lot of people are pushing this march on 1st April, including Old Holborn, but I'm in two minds at the moment.

Firstly, yes I believe the bankers and MPs should be protested against, I'd be the first to do that.

But the people organising this march appear to be of the Marxist/Class War/Communist type and my beliefs do clash rather badly with theirs, myself being staunchly anti-communist and all. I think some of the comments on OH's post (which he is ignoring, seeing this as the only chance to get at MPs) have it bang on, especially Revolution Harry, with this:
Having said all that going on this particular 'march' will indeed be counter productive. It will undoubtedly end in violence which is exactly what the authorities want and it'll get us nowhere fast.. We need to be far more creative than tagging along with Class War and Socialist Worker types.

Hmmmm, what to do?


Obnoxio The Clown said...

I'm giving it a wide berth. I think the bankers are playing the role of scapegoat here and Old Felchborn is only pissed off with them because they make more money than he does. :o)

it's either banned or compulsory said...

Likewise, I see no point in bumping up the numbers in this years annual anti-capitalism beano.

Let plod get stuck in.

Old Holborn said...


"Old Felchborn is only pissed off with them because they make more money than he does. "

No they fucking don't.

I'm going to watch police tactics.

AngryDave said...

I have to agree that thi will only end in violence.
Let the plod kick the shit out of all the hippies and commies, and the inteligent ones should wait to play our hand.
Otherwise we are only giving them an excuse to take our dna, our fingerprints, and stick us on every database known to man.

it's either banned or compulsory said...

I'm having second thoughts amd might attend to demand entry to the smoking lounge so thoughtfully supplied to our betters.

Anonymous said...

ist April will be the best event of the year...what sad sad sad gits u lot are, the heroic 'oh lets watch it on telly' brigade...better grab the sofa tight before the bailiffs come round for it after your savings goes up in a puff of cigar smoke