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make your voice heard

Started by: curvykaz
On: 11/05/2015 | 23:11
Replies: 26

by: acetech
on: 12/05/2015 | 15:38 edited: 12/05/2015 | 15:39

Agreed @phil_72

Not that I am against (peaceful) protests in principal, but on an informed topic where the leaders and followers are aware of all the facts, anything else is borderline incitement, especially if some of the protestors then go on to turn things sour/unlawful as often happens in poorly planned/uninformed protest.

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Message 21 of 27
by: alancree
on: 12/05/2015 | 15:58
It an anti austerity protest
Message 22 of 27
by: loukulele
on: 12/05/2015 | 16:09
Good for you, @curvykaz . This is the only way to influence change : get involved and stand up for our human rights while we still have some.
Message 24 of 27
by: phil_72
on: 12/05/2015 | 16:14
So you're still going even though the act is proposed to be replaced by a British Bill of Rights, and you're still fired up about it?

How about waiting until you see what the proposals are before responding? Or is it just a bit of a day out? Maybe buy some fridge magnets?

It's just a proposal. Any sensible person would stop, think and suggest we wait until we know exactly how it impacts us.
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Message 25 of 27
by: amh3
on: 12/05/2015 | 16:16

@paramount7force wrote:
I sincerely hope it goes well. The best thing we can do right now is protest austerity as much as possible. As many people know austerity isn't necessary as the Tories are making out it is simply there choice to impose it on us. Be careful though, passions will be running high and things could easily get out of control.

You are probably the best advert for continued austerity there is:


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Message 26 of 27
by: leshin
on: 12/05/2015 | 23:04
i will be sleeping
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