EDL march through Bournemouth as counter demo for diversity takes place

Strong police presence as protest marches take place in Bournemouth town centre

Strong police presence as protest marches take place in Bournemouth town centre

Strong police presence as protest marches take place in Bournemouth town centre

Strong police presence as protest marches take place in Bournemouth town centre

Strong police presence as protest marches take place in Bournemouth town centre

Strong police presence as protest marches take place in Bournemouth town centre

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AN ENGLISH Defence League march through Bournemouth town centre has been taking place with approximately 200 demonstrators and a large police presence.

A counter march to celebrate the town's diversity has also been taking place on a different route.

It is believed around 200 people have been taking part in the counter march.

Community leaders Rev Dr Ian Terry, rector of Bournemouth town centre, and director of Bournemouth Islamic Centre Imam Majid Yasin, led the way by holding a large sign adorned with the words “We Are Bournemouth”. 

Imam Yasin said he was delighted with the turnout and wants all faith groups in the area to unite against the far-right protesters.

“We would like to protect our town from extreme people,” he added. “We consider Bournemouth as our home and want everyone here to live as one.”

There have been no reported incidents at either march and Dorset police has re-opened all affected roads.

It's been reported that police officers were drafted in from Devon, Cornwall, Wiltshire and Surrey.

A spokesperson for the EDL said more people had turned out than they expected.

The march, a regional event, rather than national, had gone well, he added.

"We have worked with the police to try and minimise disruption.

"We have had people from all across the south come join us today. We gave our speeches to the police first to vet them and we have worked with them all the way through.

"We've done everything we can to make sure it all went smoothly."

Before the event the EDL said people of all nationalities and beliefs were welcome.

The march went from Hamptons bar to an area behind the BIC. Police surrounded the group as they walked, with marchers chanting 'EDL'.

Many people who lined the streets were unaware of the reason for the strong police presence.

Some holidaymakers and visitors said they hadn't been told there was a march.

Coming to a halt behind the BIC, the EDL group held a rally with speeches for around an hour before turning back towards the town centre. 

Mounted police and police dogs were on the scene as the group headed back towards the Terrace Road/Exeter Road junction watched by a large number of onlookers.

The group dispersed although a large police presence will remain in the town centre this afternoon.

At the counter march for diversity, some chose to wear fancy dress.

Alan Mercel-Sanca, of Dorset Race Equality Council, said he hopes the EDL's presence in Bournemouth does not tarnish the town's reputation of possessing “rich diversity”. 

He added: "We must not let these people disturb the harmony of our town."

 

Tony Williams, chief executive of Bournemouth Council, who have worked with Dorset Police on a strategy to minimise disruption to the town, said: "As expected and hoped, it appears that both marches have had little or no impact on people enjoying the town, beach and gardens.

"Road closures were in operation for as brief a period as possible and traffic disruption was kept to a minimum.

"Our aim throughout, working with Dorset Police, has been to minimise any inconvenience to our residents, visitors and businesses, and the current picture suggests that this has been the case.

"I am optimistic that people can continue to enjoy a great Bank Holiday weekend in Bournemouth."

A spokesperson for Dorset Police said: "Both protests passed peacefully along the agreed routes.

"Officers took an active role on the day to minimise any risks as the groups moved along their routes and disruptions were kept to a minimum.

"Road closures were lifted as soon as the demonstrations had moved from the respective areas.

"Residents and visitors were able to enjoy the town largely as normal for the vast majority of the day.

"A 29-year-old woman from Barton-on-Sea was arrested in relation to a warrant from another police force.

"We had an increased police presence today. Some additional resources from other forces have been visible, such as mounted officers. Officers were stood down as soon as possible.

"Some additional officers remain on duty over night although both groups have now dispersed."

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1:52pm Sat 23 Aug 14

michael mead says...

Big non event. More people watching them than people marching.
Big non event. More people watching them than people marching. michael mead
  • Score: 41

2:00pm Sat 23 Aug 14

itsneverblackorwhite says...

So 500 marchers in total and a massive police bill for Bournemouth tax payers!
So 500 marchers in total and a massive police bill for Bournemouth tax payers! itsneverblackorwhite
  • Score: 39

2:06pm Sat 23 Aug 14

Peroni says...

itsneverblackorwhite wrote:
So 500 marchers in total and a massive police bill for Bournemouth tax payers!
Yep , they love the extra pay for the overtime !
[quote][p][bold]itsneverblackorwhite[/bold] wrote: So 500 marchers in total and a massive police bill for Bournemouth tax payers![/p][/quote]Yep , they love the extra pay for the overtime ! Peroni
  • Score: -25

2:10pm Sat 23 Aug 14

Nice But Dim says...

Peroni wrote:
itsneverblackorwhite wrote:
So 500 marchers in total and a massive police bill for Bournemouth tax payers!
Yep , they love the extra pay for the overtime !
Did it ever cross your mind they might have preferred the day off with their families.
[quote][p][bold]Peroni[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]itsneverblackorwhite[/bold] wrote: So 500 marchers in total and a massive police bill for Bournemouth tax payers![/p][/quote]Yep , they love the extra pay for the overtime ![/p][/quote]Did it ever cross your mind they might have preferred the day off with their families. Nice But Dim
  • Score: 87

2:12pm Sat 23 Aug 14

Baysider says...

Peroni wrote:
itsneverblackorwhite wrote:
So 500 marchers in total and a massive police bill for Bournemouth tax payers!
Yep , they love the extra pay for the overtime !
What overtime? Think you'll find it was a case of cancelling leave and rearranging rotas.
[quote][p][bold]Peroni[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]itsneverblackorwhite[/bold] wrote: So 500 marchers in total and a massive police bill for Bournemouth tax payers![/p][/quote]Yep , they love the extra pay for the overtime ![/p][/quote]What overtime? Think you'll find it was a case of cancelling leave and rearranging rotas. Baysider
  • Score: 71

2:15pm Sat 23 Aug 14

TheDistrict says...

200 EDL will have made a big difference to nothing. Waste of time and money. Let alone the disruptions.
200 EDL will have made a big difference to nothing. Waste of time and money. Let alone the disruptions. TheDistrict
  • Score: 9

2:19pm Sat 23 Aug 14

chiesa says...

they are carrying a sign saying "we are bournemouth"
i live here and you don't speak for me
they are carrying a sign saying "we are bournemouth" i live here and you don't speak for me chiesa
  • Score: 60

2:21pm Sat 23 Aug 14

boardsandphotos says...

chiesa wrote:
they are carrying a sign saying "we are bournemouth"
i live here and you don't speak for me
The Unite counter march are carrying the 'We are Bournemouth' banner, is that who you are talking about?
[quote][p][bold]chiesa[/bold] wrote: they are carrying a sign saying "we are bournemouth" i live here and you don't speak for me[/p][/quote]The Unite counter march are carrying the 'We are Bournemouth' banner, is that who you are talking about? boardsandphotos
  • Score: 47

2:26pm Sat 23 Aug 14

chiesa says...

boardsandphotos wrote:
chiesa wrote:
they are carrying a sign saying "we are bournemouth"
i live here and you don't speak for me
The Unite counter march are carrying the 'We are Bournemouth' banner, is that who you are talking about?
my mistake, i thought edl were carrying this
[quote][p][bold]boardsandphotos[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]chiesa[/bold] wrote: they are carrying a sign saying "we are bournemouth" i live here and you don't speak for me[/p][/quote]The Unite counter march are carrying the 'We are Bournemouth' banner, is that who you are talking about?[/p][/quote]my mistake, i thought edl were carrying this chiesa
  • Score: -44

2:35pm Sat 23 Aug 14

PokesdownMark says...

chiesa wrote:
boardsandphotos wrote:
chiesa wrote:
they are carrying a sign saying "we are bournemouth"
i live here and you don't speak for me
The Unite counter march are carrying the 'We are Bournemouth' banner, is that who you are talking about?
my mistake, i thought edl were carrying this
I don't think you can count yourself in their 'we' from the comfort of your armchair though?
[quote][p][bold]chiesa[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]boardsandphotos[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]chiesa[/bold] wrote: they are carrying a sign saying "we are bournemouth" i live here and you don't speak for me[/p][/quote]The Unite counter march are carrying the 'We are Bournemouth' banner, is that who you are talking about?[/p][/quote]my mistake, i thought edl were carrying this[/p][/quote]I don't think you can count yourself in their 'we' from the comfort of your armchair though? PokesdownMark
  • Score: 21

2:36pm Sat 23 Aug 14

fartycat says...

I watched the EDL meet up before I headed off to the anti racist/fascist march. It was obvious from clothing and tattoos that a lot of EDL had just come to Bournemouth for the day, they weren't local. It was also a pretty poor turnout considering how much national promotion the march had been given.

Impressed with the turnout from Unite and also very impressed by the number of different unions, political parties, churches, mosques and ordinary people who came together to peacefully say we don't want racists in our town.
I watched the EDL meet up before I headed off to the anti racist/fascist march. It was obvious from clothing and tattoos that a lot of EDL had just come to Bournemouth for the day, they weren't local. It was also a pretty poor turnout considering how much national promotion the march had been given. Impressed with the turnout from Unite and also very impressed by the number of different unions, political parties, churches, mosques and ordinary people who came together to peacefully say we don't want racists in our town. fartycat
  • Score: 51

2:42pm Sat 23 Aug 14

NDEA Bournemouth says...

Instead of using the money to maybe to fill up our empty shops, clean up Boscombe and make into a nicer cleaner place this is what you come up with
Instead of using the money to maybe to fill up our empty shops, clean up Boscombe and make into a nicer cleaner place this is what you come up with NDEA Bournemouth
  • Score: -19

2:48pm Sat 23 Aug 14

NDEA Bournemouth says...

Saw the EDL go by omg if they are representing the English population of Bournemouth were in trouble they all looked drunk screaming out def turned up scruffy and a bit ruff holding flags like football hooligans lol no information on what exactly it us they are protesting for unlike the unite Group clearly saying we are Bournemouth, a multi nation town .
Saw the EDL go by omg if they are representing the English population of Bournemouth were in trouble they all looked drunk screaming out def turned up scruffy and a bit ruff holding flags like football hooligans lol no information on what exactly it us they are protesting for unlike the unite Group clearly saying we are Bournemouth, a multi nation town . NDEA Bournemouth
  • Score: 40

3:04pm Sat 23 Aug 14

BIGTONE says...

NDEA Bournemouth wrote:
Instead of using the money to maybe to fill up our empty shops, clean up Boscombe and make into a nicer cleaner place this is what you come up with
Well Gazza moved out of there.
That's a start.
[quote][p][bold]NDEA Bournemouth[/bold] wrote: Instead of using the money to maybe to fill up our empty shops, clean up Boscombe and make into a nicer cleaner place this is what you come up with[/p][/quote]Well Gazza moved out of there. That's a start. BIGTONE
  • Score: -24

3:23pm Sat 23 Aug 14

Self-Righteous Mother says...

Well, 200 from 'all over the south' clearly means that in a conurbation of nearly 400,000 these types are a very small minority. Let's just hope they all return quietly to wherever they came from. Oh, and lovely picture of the local Iman and Reverand standing together smiling for the camera. Says much more about Bournemouth than a few imported flag wavers.
Well, 200 from 'all over the south' clearly means that in a conurbation of nearly 400,000 these types are a very small minority. Let's just hope they all return quietly to wherever they came from. Oh, and lovely picture of the local Iman and Reverand standing together smiling for the camera. Says much more about Bournemouth than a few imported flag wavers. Self-Righteous Mother
  • Score: 56

3:34pm Sat 23 Aug 14

Telscombe Cliffy says...

EDL are the most expensive for electric, I've switched to Scottish Power. Even having a march won't get my custom back.
EDL are the most expensive for electric, I've switched to Scottish Power. Even having a march won't get my custom back. Telscombe Cliffy
  • Score: 52

3:46pm Sat 23 Aug 14

themindboggles says...

You want to know the mystery reason behind the war in the middle east? Just Google the "Yinon Plan".
You want to know the mystery reason behind the war in the middle east? Just Google the "Yinon Plan". themindboggles
  • Score: -18

3:57pm Sat 23 Aug 14

FlamingCarbuncle says...

I am from Bournemouth and this bunch of bigots and thugs very definitely do not represent me, yes there is a problem but they are bit the answer. We are not a racist town!!!!
I am from Bournemouth and this bunch of bigots and thugs very definitely do not represent me, yes there is a problem but they are bit the answer. We are not a racist town!!!! FlamingCarbuncle
  • Score: 21

4:07pm Sat 23 Aug 14

BmthNewshound says...

Fartycat said "It was obvious from clothing and tattoos that a lot of EDL had just come to Bournemouth for the day, they weren't local."......... not quite getting this comment, Bournemouth people are not exactly known for their sartorial elegance and tattoos are as common in Bournemouth as anywhere else in the country.
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Although I don't share or support the EDL's extreme views I think that its important to remember that thousands of men and women have given their lives in two World Wars and other wars since so that we can live in a country where people are free to exercise their right to protest and express their views just as the left wing Unite union has the right to organise a counter demonstration.
Fartycat said "It was obvious from clothing and tattoos that a lot of EDL had just come to Bournemouth for the day, they weren't local."......... not quite getting this comment, Bournemouth people are not exactly known for their sartorial elegance and tattoos are as common in Bournemouth as anywhere else in the country. . Although I don't share or support the EDL's extreme views I think that its important to remember that thousands of men and women have given their lives in two World Wars and other wars since so that we can live in a country where people are free to exercise their right to protest and express their views just as the left wing Unite union has the right to organise a counter demonstration. BmthNewshound
  • Score: 78

4:42pm Sat 23 Aug 14

Suedehead says...

"Some holidaymakers and visitors said they hadn't been told there was a march."

What did they expect? Should the police have hunted down every tourist to tell them about the march? Should they have asked the BBC to put out an announcement on every channel between every break in programmes last night?
"Some holidaymakers and visitors said they hadn't been told there was a march." What did they expect? Should the police have hunted down every tourist to tell them about the march? Should they have asked the BBC to put out an announcement on every channel between every break in programmes last night? Suedehead
  • Score: 32

4:43pm Sat 23 Aug 14

S,Bowes says...

Amazing how the police respond when presented with a bunch of pansies,and some loyal Brita and tax payers .Just as well it wasn't the travellers
Amazing how the police respond when presented with a bunch of pansies,and some loyal Brita and tax payers .Just as well it wasn't the travellers S,Bowes
  • Score: -14

4:50pm Sat 23 Aug 14

clr WHAT! says...

a number of clearly disgruntled comments here about the Unite march saying We are Bournemouth, why not make the effort to realise who was present and that Unite coordinated the event, so that there was a COMMUNITY response to the EDL, if we didn't speak for you maybe you should od something of your own or support those prepared to be counted, either side. Of course having faiths represented unions represented political parties and people of no faith or political party present clearly doesn't represent every one. But if people made the effort to be part of this well done for you commitment to diversity and tolerance of others
a number of clearly disgruntled comments here about the Unite march saying We are Bournemouth, why not make the effort to realise who was present and that Unite coordinated the event, so that there was a COMMUNITY response to the EDL, if we didn't speak for you maybe you should od something of your own or support those prepared to be counted, either side. Of course having faiths represented unions represented political parties and people of no faith or political party present clearly doesn't represent every one. But if people made the effort to be part of this well done for you commitment to diversity and tolerance of others clr WHAT!
  • Score: -23

4:54pm Sat 23 Aug 14

themindboggles says...

Minty Fresh wrote:
themindboggles wrote:
The Isis video is an obvious fake. We have a run away establishment who have betrayed their people.
Utter rubbish. Your post is the comment of an idiotic troll.
Just Google the "Yinon Plan" to discover the reason why we are fighting a war in the middle east on the pre-text of false flag terror.
[quote][p][bold]Minty Fresh[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]themindboggles[/bold] wrote: The Isis video is an obvious fake. We have a run away establishment who have betrayed their people.[/p][/quote]Utter rubbish. Your post is the comment of an idiotic troll.[/p][/quote]Just Google the "Yinon Plan" to discover the reason why we are fighting a war in the middle east on the pre-text of false flag terror. themindboggles
  • Score: -23

5:01pm Sat 23 Aug 14

ShuttleX says...

clr WHAT! wrote:
a number of clearly disgruntled comments here about the Unite march saying We are Bournemouth, why not make the effort to realise who was present and that Unite coordinated the event, so that there was a COMMUNITY response to the EDL, if we didn't speak for you maybe you should od something of your own or support those prepared to be counted, either side. Of course having faiths represented unions represented political parties and people of no faith or political party present clearly doesn't represent every one. But if people made the effort to be part of this well done for you commitment to diversity and tolerance of others
What the hell does that mean in English?
[quote][p][bold]clr WHAT![/bold] wrote: a number of clearly disgruntled comments here about the Unite march saying We are Bournemouth, why not make the effort to realise who was present and that Unite coordinated the event, so that there was a COMMUNITY response to the EDL, if we didn't speak for you maybe you should od something of your own or support those prepared to be counted, either side. Of course having faiths represented unions represented political parties and people of no faith or political party present clearly doesn't represent every one. But if people made the effort to be part of this well done for you commitment to diversity and tolerance of others[/p][/quote]What the hell does that mean in English? ShuttleX
  • Score: 50

5:01pm Sat 23 Aug 14

askquestion says...

it strikes me that neither group represent the people of bournemouth. i can represent myself next year when the election is due. unfortunately the majority of people of this country have been silenced, and arent allowed to voice an opinion any more. the sight of Isis marching through my capital tells me all i need to know. that this country has been sold down the river. the true natives silenced, and voiceless. the edl arent worth the headlines, but people can read the national headlines for themselves.
it strikes me that neither group represent the people of bournemouth. i can represent myself next year when the election is due. unfortunately the majority of people of this country have been silenced, and arent allowed to voice an opinion any more. the sight of Isis marching through my capital tells me all i need to know. that this country has been sold down the river. the true natives silenced, and voiceless. the edl arent worth the headlines, but people can read the national headlines for themselves. askquestion
  • Score: 15

5:08pm Sat 23 Aug 14

FerryFan says...

Feel sorry for people who have come to Bournemouth for a Bank Holiday weekend to find out about this march and be confronted by a sea of police and marching thugs.
Feel sorry for people who have come to Bournemouth for a Bank Holiday weekend to find out about this march and be confronted by a sea of police and marching thugs. FerryFan
  • Score: 2

5:22pm Sat 23 Aug 14

Lord Parkstone says...

Nice to see so many people enjoying the bank holiday in Bournemouth.
The EDL at least are standing up for us even if the government arent. Letting an isis march go ahead in London without hindrance.
As for those allegedly making a stand against the EDL for their Bournemouth, just because a dog is born in a stable doesnt make it a horse.....
Nice to see so many people enjoying the bank holiday in Bournemouth. The EDL at least are standing up for us even if the government arent. Letting an isis march go ahead in London without hindrance. As for those allegedly making a stand against the EDL for their Bournemouth, just because a dog is born in a stable doesnt make it a horse..... Lord Parkstone
  • Score: -10

5:43pm Sat 23 Aug 14

charlie2004 says...

chiesa wrote:
they are carrying a sign saying "we are bournemouth"
i live here and you don't speak for me
I'm ready for the thumbs down...I know which group were carrying the 'we are Bournemouth' flag. I was born here and they don't speak for me. All this town and the UK has become is multiple pockets of different nationalities with no integration and no respect for the traditions and values of a once Great Britain. We don't even understand each other. There's no turning back now and the UK is beginning to look like a 3rd world nation.
[quote][p][bold]chiesa[/bold] wrote: they are carrying a sign saying "we are bournemouth" i live here and you don't speak for me[/p][/quote]I'm ready for the thumbs down...I know which group were carrying the 'we are Bournemouth' flag. I was born here and they don't speak for me. All this town and the UK has become is multiple pockets of different nationalities with no integration and no respect for the traditions and values of a once Great Britain. We don't even understand each other. There's no turning back now and the UK is beginning to look like a 3rd world nation. charlie2004
  • Score: 11

5:48pm Sat 23 Aug 14

O'Reilly says...

chiesa wrote:
boardsandphotos wrote:
chiesa wrote:
they are carrying a sign saying "we are bournemouth"
i live here and you don't speak for me
The Unite counter march are carrying the 'We are Bournemouth' banner, is that who you are talking about?
my mistake, i thought edl were carrying this
I remember when you were a great footballer... ;-)
[quote][p][bold]chiesa[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]boardsandphotos[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]chiesa[/bold] wrote: they are carrying a sign saying "we are bournemouth" i live here and you don't speak for me[/p][/quote]The Unite counter march are carrying the 'We are Bournemouth' banner, is that who you are talking about?[/p][/quote]my mistake, i thought edl were carrying this[/p][/quote]I remember when you were a great footballer... ;-) O'Reilly
  • Score: -8

5:55pm Sat 23 Aug 14

Rotterdam says...

Lord Parkstone wrote:
Nice to see so many people enjoying the bank holiday in Bournemouth.
The EDL at least are standing up for us even if the government arent. Letting an isis march go ahead in London without hindrance.
As for those allegedly making a stand against the EDL for their Bournemouth, just because a dog is born in a stable doesnt make it a horse.....
ISIS marching in London?

You just made that up.
[quote][p][bold]Lord Parkstone[/bold] wrote: Nice to see so many people enjoying the bank holiday in Bournemouth. The EDL at least are standing up for us even if the government arent. Letting an isis march go ahead in London without hindrance. As for those allegedly making a stand against the EDL for their Bournemouth, just because a dog is born in a stable doesnt make it a horse.....[/p][/quote]ISIS marching in London? You just made that up. Rotterdam
  • Score: 20

6:48pm Sat 23 Aug 14

Mikeyboy1975 says...

All you stupid multi cultural fools have no clue what's heading your way!!! Islam is taking over all over the world and no right thinking person would want to live under Islamic laws ....you have all been brainwashed by some multi-cultural eutopia.
There is nothing wrong with different people living together as long as their ideals/ morals are compatible.
Islam is not compatible with our civilisation and the sooner you do hooding brainwashed numpties understand that the better for mankind!!!!
All you stupid multi cultural fools have no clue what's heading your way!!! Islam is taking over all over the world and no right thinking person would want to live under Islamic laws ....you have all been brainwashed by some multi-cultural eutopia. There is nothing wrong with different people living together as long as their ideals/ morals are compatible. Islam is not compatible with our civilisation and the sooner you do hooding brainwashed numpties understand that the better for mankind!!!! Mikeyboy1975
  • Score: 19

6:59pm Sat 23 Aug 14

purplemonster86 says...

michael mead wrote:
Big non event. More people watching them than people marching.
Isn't that just a bit sad that people are too wrapped up in consumerism to know what's happening in their own town.
[quote][p][bold]michael mead[/bold] wrote: Big non event. More people watching them than people marching.[/p][/quote]Isn't that just a bit sad that people are too wrapped up in consumerism to know what's happening in their own town. purplemonster86
  • Score: 9

7:00pm Sat 23 Aug 14

uvox44 says...

You have to love the far right ( well not really ) but they do have a bit of a problem when the best people they can present to showcase the "true British" (whatever that might mean) are the sort of drunk low-life that no-one would want living next door- still gave them a chance to practise their complex chant "EDL EDL..." no doubt some of them still got it wrong...
You have to love the far right ( well not really ) but they do have a bit of a problem when the best people they can present to showcase the "true British" (whatever that might mean) are the sort of drunk low-life that no-one would want living next door- still gave them a chance to practise their complex chant "EDL EDL..." no doubt some of them still got it wrong... uvox44
  • Score: 5

7:06pm Sat 23 Aug 14

Mikeyboy1975 says...

uvox44 wrote:
You have to love the far right ( well not really ) but they do have a bit of a problem when the best people they can present to showcase the "true British" (whatever that might mean) are the sort of drunk low-life that no-one would want living next door- still gave them a chance to practise their complex chant "EDL EDL..." no doubt some of them still got it wrong...
At least they are doing something unlike you brainwashed left wing do good ears who want to welcome everyone and their dog.... Even the ones who hate you and want to kill you and your family.... The question is who is the Moron?
[quote][p][bold]uvox44[/bold] wrote: You have to love the far right ( well not really ) but they do have a bit of a problem when the best people they can present to showcase the "true British" (whatever that might mean) are the sort of drunk low-life that no-one would want living next door- still gave them a chance to practise their complex chant "EDL EDL..." no doubt some of them still got it wrong...[/p][/quote]At least they are doing something unlike you brainwashed left wing do good ears who want to welcome everyone and their dog.... Even the ones who hate you and want to kill you and your family.... The question is who is the Moron? Mikeyboy1975
  • Score: 18

7:13pm Sat 23 Aug 14

Lord Parkstone says...

Rotterdam wrote:
Lord Parkstone wrote:
Nice to see so many people enjoying the bank holiday in Bournemouth.
The EDL at least are standing up for us even if the government arent. Letting an isis march go ahead in London without hindrance.
As for those allegedly making a stand against the EDL for their Bournemouth, just because a dog is born in a stable doesnt make it a horse.....
ISIS marching in London?

You just made that up.
They are set to march. Bury your head like the rest of the sheep. You and your liberal kind are whats wrong with this country.
[quote][p][bold]Rotterdam[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lord Parkstone[/bold] wrote: Nice to see so many people enjoying the bank holiday in Bournemouth. The EDL at least are standing up for us even if the government arent. Letting an isis march go ahead in London without hindrance. As for those allegedly making a stand against the EDL for their Bournemouth, just because a dog is born in a stable doesnt make it a horse.....[/p][/quote]ISIS marching in London? You just made that up.[/p][/quote]They are set to march. Bury your head like the rest of the sheep. You and your liberal kind are whats wrong with this country. Lord Parkstone
  • Score: 10

7:23pm Sat 23 Aug 14

rogerlu says...

NDEA Bournemouth wrote:
Saw the EDL go by omg if they are representing the English population of Bournemouth were in trouble they all looked drunk screaming out def turned up scruffy and a bit ruff holding flags like football hooligans lol no information on what exactly it us they are protesting for unlike the unite Group clearly saying we are Bournemouth, a multi nation town .
That is what they are; the rough end of football hooligans!! If Heaven forbid, we ever got an extremist government those will be the first to be rounded up.By the way there were over 500 on the Unite march; I counted them.Interesting though I saw none of the local MPs on the countermarch, the Christians, Muslims, Trade Unions, Labour, LibDems and Green parties were represented, but no sign of UKIP or the Conservatives. Where were they I wonder?
[quote][p][bold]NDEA Bournemouth[/bold] wrote: Saw the EDL go by omg if they are representing the English population of Bournemouth were in trouble they all looked drunk screaming out def turned up scruffy and a bit ruff holding flags like football hooligans lol no information on what exactly it us they are protesting for unlike the unite Group clearly saying we are Bournemouth, a multi nation town .[/p][/quote]That is what they are; the rough end of football hooligans!! If Heaven forbid, we ever got an extremist government those will be the first to be rounded up.By the way there were over 500 on the Unite march; I counted them.Interesting though I saw none of the local MPs on the countermarch, the Christians, Muslims, Trade Unions, Labour, LibDems and Green parties were represented, but no sign of UKIP or the Conservatives. Where were they I wonder? rogerlu
  • Score: 23

7:27pm Sat 23 Aug 14

rogerlu says...

BmthNewshound wrote:
Fartycat said "It was obvious from clothing and tattoos that a lot of EDL had just come to Bournemouth for the day, they weren't local."......... not quite getting this comment, Bournemouth people are not exactly known for their sartorial elegance and tattoos are as common in Bournemouth as anywhere else in the country.
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Although I don't share or support the EDL's extreme views I think that its important to remember that thousands of men and women have given their lives in two World Wars and other wars since so that we can live in a country where people are free to exercise their right to protest and express their views just as the left wing Unite union has the right to organise a counter demonstration.
Except that if the EDL or similar were governing many good people would be locked away or murdered. Given the chance that is what they are
[quote][p][bold]BmthNewshound[/bold] wrote: Fartycat said "It was obvious from clothing and tattoos that a lot of EDL had just come to Bournemouth for the day, they weren't local."......... not quite getting this comment, Bournemouth people are not exactly known for their sartorial elegance and tattoos are as common in Bournemouth as anywhere else in the country. . Although I don't share or support the EDL's extreme views I think that its important to remember that thousands of men and women have given their lives in two World Wars and other wars since so that we can live in a country where people are free to exercise their right to protest and express their views just as the left wing Unite union has the right to organise a counter demonstration.[/p][/quote]Except that if the EDL or similar were governing many good people would be locked away or murdered. Given the chance that is what they are rogerlu
  • Score: -11

7:52pm Sat 23 Aug 14

muscliffman says...

It seems to me that these two opposing sides represent the more extreme views of those who have caused most of our fast developing cultural problems and then on the other side those with extreme views on how to very badly deal with it.

The sane silent majority were only watching today, most of them now know what to do.
It seems to me that these two opposing sides represent the more extreme views of those who have caused most of our fast developing cultural problems and then on the other side those with extreme views on how to very badly deal with it. The sane silent majority were only watching today, most of them now know what to do. muscliffman
  • Score: 10

8:32pm Sat 23 Aug 14

I was actually there says...

Being mildly curious I did go into town for a look see. This report is wrong.

1. I would estimate the EDL turnout nearer 80-100 whilst the counter marchers probably turned out around 250.

2. The EDL was subject to greater police attention than the Bournemouth Together March including dogs and meat wagons so if you wanna have a wibble about your taxes blame the EDL.

3. The 'We are Bournemouth' counter march was more like a carnival with families music and plenty of good cheer and a much lighter police presence. The same cannot be said for the EDL which was mostly made up of adults aged around 30-40 effing and blinding at all and sundry.

I actually heard an EDL steward almost in tears crying at a senior police officer when the EDL had been kept still for around 5 minutes and I quote 'Some of them haven't had a drink for nearly 3 hours and they will kick off'

4. According to the EDL they come from somewhere called 'Ingerland' so they probably need to rename themselves IDL.

5. But for the swift action of the police are passer by could have been badly beaten up by a couple of EDL's that tried to have a go at a bystander (don't know why) no-one arrested.

Unlike the report above it couldn't have been a regional rally when one EDL banner I saw said 'Teeside Division'. Since when has Teeside been in the south?

Totally inaccurate reporting by the Echo. No surprise there then.
Being mildly curious I did go into town for a look see. This report is wrong. 1. I would estimate the EDL turnout nearer 80-100 whilst the counter marchers probably turned out around 250. 2. The EDL was subject to greater police attention than the Bournemouth Together March including dogs and meat wagons so if you wanna have a wibble about your taxes blame the EDL. 3. The 'We are Bournemouth' counter march was more like a carnival with families music and plenty of good cheer and a much lighter police presence. The same cannot be said for the EDL which was mostly made up of adults aged around 30-40 effing and blinding at all and sundry. I actually heard an EDL steward almost in tears crying at a senior police officer when the EDL had been kept still for around 5 minutes and I quote 'Some of them haven't had a drink for nearly 3 hours and they will kick off' 4. According to the EDL they come from somewhere called 'Ingerland' so they probably need to rename themselves IDL. 5. But for the swift action of the police are passer by could have been badly beaten up by a couple of EDL's that tried to have a go at a bystander (don't know why) no-one arrested. Unlike the report above it couldn't have been a regional rally when one EDL banner I saw said 'Teeside Division'. Since when has Teeside been in the south? Totally inaccurate reporting by the Echo. No surprise there then. I was actually there
  • Score: 25

8:37pm Sat 23 Aug 14

Specialist says...

Nice But Dim wrote:
Peroni wrote:
itsneverblackorwhite wrote:
So 500 marchers in total and a massive police bill for Bournemouth tax payers!
Yep , they love the extra pay for the overtime !
Did it ever cross your mind they might have preferred the day off with their families.
That makes a change the police normally have nothing better to do!!!!
[quote][p][bold]Nice But Dim[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Peroni[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]itsneverblackorwhite[/bold] wrote: So 500 marchers in total and a massive police bill for Bournemouth tax payers![/p][/quote]Yep , they love the extra pay for the overtime ![/p][/quote]Did it ever cross your mind they might have preferred the day off with their families.[/p][/quote]That makes a change the police normally have nothing better to do!!!! Specialist
  • Score: 2

8:39pm Sat 23 Aug 14

Specialist says...

Baysider wrote:
Peroni wrote:
itsneverblackorwhite wrote:
So 500 marchers in total and a massive police bill for Bournemouth tax payers!
Yep , they love the extra pay for the overtime !
What overtime? Think you'll find it was a case of cancelling leave and rearranging rotas.
Cancelling leave and re-arranging rotas.....my heart bleeds for them!!!
[quote][p][bold]Baysider[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Peroni[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]itsneverblackorwhite[/bold] wrote: So 500 marchers in total and a massive police bill for Bournemouth tax payers![/p][/quote]Yep , they love the extra pay for the overtime ![/p][/quote]What overtime? Think you'll find it was a case of cancelling leave and rearranging rotas.[/p][/quote]Cancelling leave and re-arranging rotas.....my heart bleeds for them!!! Specialist
  • Score: 2

8:50pm Sat 23 Aug 14

rozmister says...

Lord Parkstone wrote:
Rotterdam wrote:
Lord Parkstone wrote:
Nice to see so many people enjoying the bank holiday in Bournemouth.
The EDL at least are standing up for us even if the government arent. Letting an isis march go ahead in London without hindrance.
As for those allegedly making a stand against the EDL for their Bournemouth, just because a dog is born in a stable doesnt make it a horse.....
ISIS marching in London?

You just made that up.
They are set to march. Bury your head like the rest of the sheep. You and your liberal kind are whats wrong with this country.
ISIS are a terrorist organisation and terrorist groups are exempt from the right to protest peacefully, if they march it won't be one that's sanctioned by the government! Unfortunately the police aren't superpowers and they can't stop a group of people getting together and choosing to march without permission, they can only arrest those people once they start marching.
[quote][p][bold]Lord Parkstone[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rotterdam[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lord Parkstone[/bold] wrote: Nice to see so many people enjoying the bank holiday in Bournemouth. The EDL at least are standing up for us even if the government arent. Letting an isis march go ahead in London without hindrance. As for those allegedly making a stand against the EDL for their Bournemouth, just because a dog is born in a stable doesnt make it a horse.....[/p][/quote]ISIS marching in London? You just made that up.[/p][/quote]They are set to march. Bury your head like the rest of the sheep. You and your liberal kind are whats wrong with this country.[/p][/quote]ISIS are a terrorist organisation and terrorist groups are exempt from the right to protest peacefully, if they march it won't be one that's sanctioned by the government! Unfortunately the police aren't superpowers and they can't stop a group of people getting together and choosing to march without permission, they can only arrest those people once they start marching. rozmister
  • Score: 16

9:13pm Sat 23 Aug 14

PokesdownMark says...

Rotterdam wrote:
Lord Parkstone wrote:
Nice to see so many people enjoying the bank holiday in Bournemouth.
The EDL at least are standing up for us even if the government arent. Letting an isis march go ahead in London without hindrance.
As for those allegedly making a stand against the EDL for their Bournemouth, just because a dog is born in a stable doesnt make it a horse.....
ISIS marching in London?

You just made that up.
Search youtube for "London Gaza tunnel protest 2014". Black flag visible from one vehicle. For what that is worth. Happened 29th July. Not sure it made national news though?
[quote][p][bold]Rotterdam[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lord Parkstone[/bold] wrote: Nice to see so many people enjoying the bank holiday in Bournemouth. The EDL at least are standing up for us even if the government arent. Letting an isis march go ahead in London without hindrance. As for those allegedly making a stand against the EDL for their Bournemouth, just because a dog is born in a stable doesnt make it a horse.....[/p][/quote]ISIS marching in London? You just made that up.[/p][/quote]Search youtube for "London Gaza tunnel protest 2014". Black flag visible from one vehicle. For what that is worth. Happened 29th July. Not sure it made national news though? PokesdownMark
  • Score: 8

9:14pm Sat 23 Aug 14

clr WHAT! says...

I was actually there wrote:
Being mildly curious I did go into town for a look see. This report is wrong.

1. I would estimate the EDL turnout nearer 80-100 whilst the counter marchers probably turned out around 250.

2. The EDL was subject to greater police attention than the Bournemouth Together March including dogs and meat wagons so if you wanna have a wibble about your taxes blame the EDL.

3. The 'We are Bournemouth' counter march was more like a carnival with families music and plenty of good cheer and a much lighter police presence. The same cannot be said for the EDL which was mostly made up of adults aged around 30-40 effing and blinding at all and sundry.

I actually heard an EDL steward almost in tears crying at a senior police officer when the EDL had been kept still for around 5 minutes and I quote 'Some of them haven't had a drink for nearly 3 hours and they will kick off'

4. According to the EDL they come from somewhere called 'Ingerland' so they probably need to rename themselves IDL.

5. But for the swift action of the police are passer by could have been badly beaten up by a couple of EDL's that tried to have a go at a bystander (don't know why) no-one arrested.

Unlike the report above it couldn't have been a regional rally when one EDL banner I saw said 'Teeside Division'. Since when has Teeside been in the south?

Totally inaccurate reporting by the Echo. No surprise there then.
Interesting. In addition, the echo clearly liked the composition of the 3 of 5 images for their article, balanced with the need to show 2 of police. Good shot of horses, by the way and 1 of the 'other' march
[quote][p][bold]I was actually there[/bold] wrote: Being mildly curious I did go into town for a look see. This report is wrong. 1. I would estimate the EDL turnout nearer 80-100 whilst the counter marchers probably turned out around 250. 2. The EDL was subject to greater police attention than the Bournemouth Together March including dogs and meat wagons so if you wanna have a wibble about your taxes blame the EDL. 3. The 'We are Bournemouth' counter march was more like a carnival with families music and plenty of good cheer and a much lighter police presence. The same cannot be said for the EDL which was mostly made up of adults aged around 30-40 effing and blinding at all and sundry. I actually heard an EDL steward almost in tears crying at a senior police officer when the EDL had been kept still for around 5 minutes and I quote 'Some of them haven't had a drink for nearly 3 hours and they will kick off' 4. According to the EDL they come from somewhere called 'Ingerland' so they probably need to rename themselves IDL. 5. But for the swift action of the police are passer by could have been badly beaten up by a couple of EDL's that tried to have a go at a bystander (don't know why) no-one arrested. Unlike the report above it couldn't have been a regional rally when one EDL banner I saw said 'Teeside Division'. Since when has Teeside been in the south? Totally inaccurate reporting by the Echo. No surprise there then.[/p][/quote]Interesting. In addition, the echo clearly liked the composition of the 3 of 5 images for their article, balanced with the need to show 2 of police. Good shot of horses, by the way and 1 of the 'other' march clr WHAT!
  • Score: 4

9:15pm Sat 23 Aug 14

fireflier says...

'to celebrate the town's diversity'
So everyone ..... clap hands and jump up and down .... to celebrate that our country is quietly heading towards domination and potential take over by Sharia Law. Already we see one who came from here taking delight in beheading a westerner who's roots probably come from the same as our own.

Time to follow the Dutch example...stop this 'head in the sand' pretence about diverity of cultures. If we want to stay British we had all better.. wake up, smell the coffee ....and do someting about reinstating British values.
'to celebrate the town's diversity' So everyone ..... clap hands and jump up and down .... to celebrate that our country is quietly heading towards domination and potential take over by Sharia Law. Already we see one who came from here taking delight in beheading a westerner who's roots probably come from the same as our own. Time to follow the Dutch example...stop this 'head in the sand' pretence about diverity of cultures. If we want to stay British we had all better.. wake up, smell the coffee ....and do someting about reinstating British values. fireflier
  • Score: 10

9:42pm Sat 23 Aug 14

Marty Caine says...

rogerlu wrote:
NDEA Bournemouth wrote:
Saw the EDL go by omg if they are representing the English population of Bournemouth were in trouble they all looked drunk screaming out def turned up scruffy and a bit ruff holding flags like football hooligans lol no information on what exactly it us they are protesting for unlike the unite Group clearly saying we are Bournemouth, a multi nation town .
That is what they are; the rough end of football hooligans!! If Heaven forbid, we ever got an extremist government those will be the first to be rounded up.By the way there were over 500 on the Unite march; I counted them.Interesting though I saw none of the local MPs on the countermarch, the Christians, Muslims, Trade Unions, Labour, LibDems and Green parties were represented, but no sign of UKIP or the Conservatives. Where were they I wonder?
I can only presume they had far more sense than to get involved with the stupidity of it all, regardless of which side of the fence they might have stood.
[quote][p][bold]rogerlu[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]NDEA Bournemouth[/bold] wrote: Saw the EDL go by omg if they are representing the English population of Bournemouth were in trouble they all looked drunk screaming out def turned up scruffy and a bit ruff holding flags like football hooligans lol no information on what exactly it us they are protesting for unlike the unite Group clearly saying we are Bournemouth, a multi nation town .[/p][/quote]That is what they are; the rough end of football hooligans!! If Heaven forbid, we ever got an extremist government those will be the first to be rounded up.By the way there were over 500 on the Unite march; I counted them.Interesting though I saw none of the local MPs on the countermarch, the Christians, Muslims, Trade Unions, Labour, LibDems and Green parties were represented, but no sign of UKIP or the Conservatives. Where were they I wonder?[/p][/quote]I can only presume they had far more sense than to get involved with the stupidity of it all, regardless of which side of the fence they might have stood. Marty Caine
  • Score: -4

9:47pm Sat 23 Aug 14

Rotterdam says...

PokesdownMark wrote:
Rotterdam wrote:
Lord Parkstone wrote:
Nice to see so many people enjoying the bank holiday in Bournemouth.
The EDL at least are standing up for us even if the government arent. Letting an isis march go ahead in London without hindrance.
As for those allegedly making a stand against the EDL for their Bournemouth, just because a dog is born in a stable doesnt make it a horse.....
ISIS marching in London?

You just made that up.
Search youtube for "London Gaza tunnel protest 2014". Black flag visible from one vehicle. For what that is worth. Happened 29th July. Not sure it made national news though?
So one black flag constitutes "letting an ISIS march go ahead in London without hindrance" ?

I rest my case. You're making it up.
[quote][p][bold]PokesdownMark[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rotterdam[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lord Parkstone[/bold] wrote: Nice to see so many people enjoying the bank holiday in Bournemouth. The EDL at least are standing up for us even if the government arent. Letting an isis march go ahead in London without hindrance. As for those allegedly making a stand against the EDL for their Bournemouth, just because a dog is born in a stable doesnt make it a horse.....[/p][/quote]ISIS marching in London? You just made that up.[/p][/quote]Search youtube for "London Gaza tunnel protest 2014". Black flag visible from one vehicle. For what that is worth. Happened 29th July. Not sure it made national news though?[/p][/quote]So one black flag constitutes "letting an ISIS march go ahead in London without hindrance" ? I rest my case. You're making it up. Rotterdam
  • Score: 8

9:59pm Sat 23 Aug 14

wintonreader says...

In the grand scheme of things, both protests were fairly small compared to Bounemouth's Summer population, perhaps the world isn't ending!
In the grand scheme of things, both protests were fairly small compared to Bounemouth's Summer population, perhaps the world isn't ending! wintonreader
  • Score: 5

10:03pm Sat 23 Aug 14

Veryhappyincomer says...

fireflier wrote:
'to celebrate the town's diversity'
So everyone ..... clap hands and jump up and down .... to celebrate that our country is quietly heading towards domination and potential take over by Sharia Law. Already we see one who came from here taking delight in beheading a westerner who's roots probably come from the same as our own.

Time to follow the Dutch example...stop this 'head in the sand' pretence about diverity of cultures. If we want to stay British we had all better.. wake up, smell the coffee ....and do someting about reinstating British values.
Getting tired of this "extreme right wing racist" stuff about the EDL. Initially they were formed in Luton, which has major problems with regards to the integration of their muslim population and the various abuses that said population was believed to be getting away with. They were not racist in the traditional sense, only being anti Islamic, and islam is not a race. Most were traditional Labour voters, so hardly right wing.

The BNP on the other hand are racist, but again, not right wing. Lord Tebbit, after examining their election manifesto, described them as "Old Labour with racism", which is a bit of a tautology as I remember Old Labour and they were extremely racist.

As for Unite against Fascism, well fascists were traditionally left wing, often parading under red flags, so the left wing UAF is protesting about left wing policies (Tony Blair's description of New Labour as a third way entirely matched Mussolini's description of Italian Fascism - you would think that he took a direct translation).

Unfortunately the EDL leadership faced lots of harassment from the state, including imprisonment, and lost control of the membership, leading to the emergence of the mouth breathers who appear to have turned up in Bournemouth today.

Two last points. I missed the march, not that I would have attended, as I was in Kent where I watched the only two airworthy Lancaster bombers do a fly past - they will be at the Airshow next Saturday and Sunday. I think that those two aircraft do sum up British values.

And two, the Telegraph is reporting that the muslim country of Saudi Arabia has publically beheaded 19 people so far in August, including one for "sorcery". Hardly civilised behaviour, and you can see why ordinary people are scared, regardless of the antics of "We are Bournemouth", even if they don't necessarily approve of the EDL.
[quote][p][bold]fireflier[/bold] wrote: 'to celebrate the town's diversity' So everyone ..... clap hands and jump up and down .... to celebrate that our country is quietly heading towards domination and potential take over by Sharia Law. Already we see one who came from here taking delight in beheading a westerner who's roots probably come from the same as our own. Time to follow the Dutch example...stop this 'head in the sand' pretence about diverity of cultures. If we want to stay British we had all better.. wake up, smell the coffee ....and do someting about reinstating British values.[/p][/quote]Getting tired of this "extreme right wing racist" stuff about the EDL. Initially they were formed in Luton, which has major problems with regards to the integration of their muslim population and the various abuses that said population was believed to be getting away with. They were not racist in the traditional sense, only being anti Islamic, and islam is not a race. Most were traditional Labour voters, so hardly right wing. The BNP on the other hand are racist, but again, not right wing. Lord Tebbit, after examining their election manifesto, described them as "Old Labour with racism", which is a bit of a tautology as I remember Old Labour and they were extremely racist. As for Unite against Fascism, well fascists were traditionally left wing, often parading under red flags, so the left wing UAF is protesting about left wing policies (Tony Blair's description of New Labour as a third way entirely matched Mussolini's description of Italian Fascism - you would think that he took a direct translation). Unfortunately the EDL leadership faced lots of harassment from the state, including imprisonment, and lost control of the membership, leading to the emergence of the mouth breathers who appear to have turned up in Bournemouth today. Two last points. I missed the march, not that I would have attended, as I was in Kent where I watched the only two airworthy Lancaster bombers do a fly past - they will be at the Airshow next Saturday and Sunday. I think that those two aircraft do sum up British values. And two, the Telegraph is reporting that the muslim country of Saudi Arabia has publically beheaded 19 people so far in August, including one for "sorcery". Hardly civilised behaviour, and you can see why ordinary people are scared, regardless of the antics of "We are Bournemouth", even if they don't necessarily approve of the EDL. Veryhappyincomer
  • Score: 9

10:11pm Sat 23 Aug 14

Mikeyboy1975 says...

rogerlu wrote:
BmthNewshound wrote:
Fartycat said "It was obvious from clothing and tattoos that a lot of EDL had just come to Bournemouth for the day, they weren't local."......... not quite getting this comment, Bournemouth people are not exactly known for their sartorial elegance and tattoos are as common in Bournemouth as anywhere else in the country.
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Although I don't share or support the EDL's extreme views I think that its important to remember that thousands of men and women have given their lives in two World Wars and other wars since so that we can live in a country where people are free to exercise their right to protest and express their views just as the left wing Unite union has the right to organise a counter demonstration.
Except that if the EDL or similar were governing many good people would be locked away or murdered. Given the chance that is what they are
Just goes to show you know nothing at all what a ridiculous statement ha ha bloody ha!!!!!!!!!!!
[quote][p][bold]rogerlu[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BmthNewshound[/bold] wrote: Fartycat said "It was obvious from clothing and tattoos that a lot of EDL had just come to Bournemouth for the day, they weren't local."......... not quite getting this comment, Bournemouth people are not exactly known for their sartorial elegance and tattoos are as common in Bournemouth as anywhere else in the country. . Although I don't share or support the EDL's extreme views I think that its important to remember that thousands of men and women have given their lives in two World Wars and other wars since so that we can live in a country where people are free to exercise their right to protest and express their views just as the left wing Unite union has the right to organise a counter demonstration.[/p][/quote]Except that if the EDL or similar were governing many good people would be locked away or murdered. Given the chance that is what they are[/p][/quote]Just goes to show you know nothing at all what a ridiculous statement ha ha bloody ha!!!!!!!!!!! Mikeyboy1975
  • Score: -3

10:12pm Sat 23 Aug 14

wintonreader says...

By being a "Christian counrty" we do not condone or approve actions of other Christian countries ! Sects do not represent the entire religion
By being a "Christian counrty" we do not condone or approve actions of other Christian countries ! Sects do not represent the entire religion wintonreader
  • Score: 2

10:54pm Sat 23 Aug 14

Yankee1 says...

themindboggles wrote:
The beheading is an obvious fake. before giving me a thumbs down, just type into Google "Fake beheading" many people have taken the video apart already and proved beyond doubt this is a fake video.
I know the family of the man butchered. They are neighbors. They are mourning, as is the community.

Tell them it is fake, if you have the stones to do it. Otherwise, go back to trolling whatever other 'quaint idea' you want to. Or come to New Hampshire. We would like to have you explain your 'theory' here, among those grieving. Oh yes, you would have our rapt attention...........
.

I can see why my father had to carry out daylight bombing runs over Germany from Lavenham while the RAF, while

'Gentlemen in England, now a-bed
Shall think themselves accursed they were not here,
And hold their manhoods cheap whiles any speaks....'

Our license plates have the states motto: 'Live Free of Die'. You seem to want to cower before these monsters, and make up excuses.
[quote][p][bold]themindboggles[/bold] wrote: The beheading is an obvious fake. before giving me a thumbs down, just type into Google "Fake beheading" many people have taken the video apart already and proved beyond doubt this is a fake video.[/p][/quote]I know the family of the man butchered. They are neighbors. They are mourning, as is the community. Tell them it is fake, if you have the stones to do it. Otherwise, go back to trolling whatever other 'quaint idea' you want to. Or come to New Hampshire. We would like to have you explain your 'theory' here, among those grieving. Oh yes, you would have our rapt attention........... . I can see why my father had to carry out daylight bombing runs over Germany from Lavenham while the RAF, while 'Gentlemen in England, now a-bed Shall think themselves accursed they were not here, And hold their manhoods cheap whiles any speaks....' Our license plates have the states motto: 'Live Free of Die'. You seem to want to cower before these monsters, and make up excuses. Yankee1
  • Score: 8

11:03pm Sat 23 Aug 14

Kiki1973 says...

charlie2004 wrote:
chiesa wrote:
they are carrying a sign saying "we are bournemouth"
i live here and you don't speak for me
I'm ready for the thumbs down...I know which group were carrying the 'we are Bournemouth' flag. I was born here and they don't speak for me. All this town and the UK has become is multiple pockets of different nationalities with no integration and no respect for the traditions and values of a once Great Britain. We don't even understand each other. There's no turning back now and the UK is beginning to look like a 3rd world nation.
feel free to leave.
[quote][p][bold]charlie2004[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]chiesa[/bold] wrote: they are carrying a sign saying "we are bournemouth" i live here and you don't speak for me[/p][/quote]I'm ready for the thumbs down...I know which group were carrying the 'we are Bournemouth' flag. I was born here and they don't speak for me. All this town and the UK has become is multiple pockets of different nationalities with no integration and no respect for the traditions and values of a once Great Britain. We don't even understand each other. There's no turning back now and the UK is beginning to look like a 3rd world nation.[/p][/quote]feel free to leave. Kiki1973
  • Score: 0

11:05pm Sat 23 Aug 14

Kiki1973 says...

Mikeyboy1975 wrote:
All you stupid multi cultural fools have no clue what's heading your way!!! Islam is taking over all over the world and no right thinking person would want to live under Islamic laws ....you have all been brainwashed by some multi-cultural eutopia.
There is nothing wrong with different people living together as long as their ideals/ morals are compatible.
Islam is not compatible with our civilisation and the sooner you do hooding brainwashed numpties understand that the better for mankind!!!!
Um.. I was under the impression that we live under Imperial Law, not Sharia... why on earth do you think its on its way here? Proof, please.
[quote][p][bold]Mikeyboy1975[/bold] wrote: All you stupid multi cultural fools have no clue what's heading your way!!! Islam is taking over all over the world and no right thinking person would want to live under Islamic laws ....you have all been brainwashed by some multi-cultural eutopia. There is nothing wrong with different people living together as long as their ideals/ morals are compatible. Islam is not compatible with our civilisation and the sooner you do hooding brainwashed numpties understand that the better for mankind!!!![/p][/quote]Um.. I was under the impression that we live under Imperial Law, not Sharia... why on earth do you think its on its way here? Proof, please. Kiki1973
  • Score: 1

11:28pm Sat 23 Aug 14

Mikeyboy1975 says...

Kiki1973 wrote:
Mikeyboy1975 wrote:
All you stupid multi cultural fools have no clue what's heading your way!!! Islam is taking over all over the world and no right thinking person would want to live under Islamic laws ....you have all been brainwashed by some multi-cultural eutopia.
There is nothing wrong with different people living together as long as their ideals/ morals are compatible.
Islam is not compatible with our civilisation and the sooner you do hooding brainwashed numpties understand that the better for mankind!!!!
Um.. I was under the impression that we live under Imperial Law, not Sharia... why on earth do you think its on its way here? Proof, please.
Just goes to show you do not follow news from around the world all over Africa ...Europe... Asia...Middle east etc.
There is a big problem starting everywhere with Islam, muslims are killing people all over the world in the name of religion.
Imperial law what a joke ha ha ha 1000s of children being forced to have FGM every year and it is 15 years prison how many prosecuted lol
Hate preachers all over britain calling for our destruction and recruiting terrorists on our streets .... lol cant even stop choudrey lol a lot.
when the odd person does go to prison they just recruit more terrorists inside!
I can give u a thousand examples of what i'm talking about but you obviously need to do a bit more research.
All your so called imperial law does is back up the terrorists and come down massively on anyone else who rightly criticizes Islam in this country!
[quote][p][bold]Kiki1973[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mikeyboy1975[/bold] wrote: All you stupid multi cultural fools have no clue what's heading your way!!! Islam is taking over all over the world and no right thinking person would want to live under Islamic laws ....you have all been brainwashed by some multi-cultural eutopia. There is nothing wrong with different people living together as long as their ideals/ morals are compatible. Islam is not compatible with our civilisation and the sooner you do hooding brainwashed numpties understand that the better for mankind!!!![/p][/quote]Um.. I was under the impression that we live under Imperial Law, not Sharia... why on earth do you think its on its way here? Proof, please.[/p][/quote]Just goes to show you do not follow news from around the world all over Africa ...Europe... Asia...Middle east etc. There is a big problem starting everywhere with Islam, muslims are killing people all over the world in the name of religion. Imperial law what a joke ha ha ha 1000s of children being forced to have FGM every year and it is 15 years prison how many prosecuted lol Hate preachers all over britain calling for our destruction and recruiting terrorists on our streets .... lol cant even stop choudrey lol a lot. when the odd person does go to prison they just recruit more terrorists inside! I can give u a thousand examples of what i'm talking about but you obviously need to do a bit more research. All your so called imperial law does is back up the terrorists and come down massively on anyone else who rightly criticizes Islam in this country! Mikeyboy1975
  • Score: 10

11:58pm Sat 23 Aug 14

woby_tide says...

Mikeyboy1975 wrote:
uvox44 wrote:
You have to love the far right ( well not really ) but they do have a bit of a problem when the best people they can present to showcase the "true British" (whatever that might mean) are the sort of drunk low-life that no-one would want living next door- still gave them a chance to practise their complex chant "EDL EDL..." no doubt some of them still got it wrong...
At least they are doing something unlike you brainwashed left wing do good ears who want to welcome everyone and their dog.... Even the ones who hate you and want to kill you and your family.... The question is who is the Moron?
The one who has written "Do hooders" then "Do good ears"?
[quote][p][bold]Mikeyboy1975[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]uvox44[/bold] wrote: You have to love the far right ( well not really ) but they do have a bit of a problem when the best people they can present to showcase the "true British" (whatever that might mean) are the sort of drunk low-life that no-one would want living next door- still gave them a chance to practise their complex chant "EDL EDL..." no doubt some of them still got it wrong...[/p][/quote]At least they are doing something unlike you brainwashed left wing do good ears who want to welcome everyone and their dog.... Even the ones who hate you and want to kill you and your family.... The question is who is the Moron?[/p][/quote]The one who has written "Do hooders" then "Do good ears"? woby_tide
  • Score: -5

12:39am Sun 24 Aug 14

davidh1975 says...

fartycat wrote:
I watched the EDL meet up before I headed off to the anti racist/fascist march. It was obvious from clothing and tattoos that a lot of EDL had just come to Bournemouth for the day, they weren't local. It was also a pretty poor turnout considering how much national promotion the march had been given.

Impressed with the turnout from Unite and also very impressed by the number of different unions, political parties, churches, mosques and ordinary people who came together to peacefully say we don't want racists in our town.
huh? the union demo was practically invisible. Just a few old crusty communists and some people from a mosque lol. The EDL demo was cheered from the road side by many well wishers thanking them for standing up for British values.
[quote][p][bold]fartycat[/bold] wrote: I watched the EDL meet up before I headed off to the anti racist/fascist march. It was obvious from clothing and tattoos that a lot of EDL had just come to Bournemouth for the day, they weren't local. It was also a pretty poor turnout considering how much national promotion the march had been given. Impressed with the turnout from Unite and also very impressed by the number of different unions, political parties, churches, mosques and ordinary people who came together to peacefully say we don't want racists in our town.[/p][/quote]huh? the union demo was practically invisible. Just a few old crusty communists and some people from a mosque lol. The EDL demo was cheered from the road side by many well wishers thanking them for standing up for British values. davidh1975
  • Score: -10

12:40am Sun 24 Aug 14

davidh1975 says...

FlamingCarbuncle wrote:
I am from Bournemouth and this bunch of bigots and thugs very definitely do not represent me, yes there is a problem but they are bit the answer. We are not a racist town!!!!
The EDL have nothing to do with racism. you are deluded. you are a liar
[quote][p][bold]FlamingCarbuncle[/bold] wrote: I am from Bournemouth and this bunch of bigots and thugs very definitely do not represent me, yes there is a problem but they are bit the answer. We are not a racist town!!!![/p][/quote]The EDL have nothing to do with racism. you are deluded. you are a liar davidh1975
  • Score: -7

12:42am Sun 24 Aug 14

davidh1975 says...

Self-Righteous Mother wrote:
Well, 200 from 'all over the south' clearly means that in a conurbation of nearly 400,000 these types are a very small minority. Let's just hope they all return quietly to wherever they came from. Oh, and lovely picture of the local Iman and Reverand standing together smiling for the camera. Says much more about Bournemouth than a few imported flag wavers.
Imported? at leat 50% of the EDL demo was from bournemouth and poole. The so called counter demo was non existent. Why do you need to lie?
[quote][p][bold]Self-Righteous Mother[/bold] wrote: Well, 200 from 'all over the south' clearly means that in a conurbation of nearly 400,000 these types are a very small minority. Let's just hope they all return quietly to wherever they came from. Oh, and lovely picture of the local Iman and Reverand standing together smiling for the camera. Says much more about Bournemouth than a few imported flag wavers.[/p][/quote]Imported? at leat 50% of the EDL demo was from bournemouth and poole. The so called counter demo was non existent. Why do you need to lie? davidh1975
  • Score: -14

12:44am Sun 24 Aug 14

davidh1975 says...

clr WHAT! wrote:
a number of clearly disgruntled comments here about the Unite march saying We are Bournemouth, why not make the effort to realise who was present and that Unite coordinated the event, so that there was a COMMUNITY response to the EDL, if we didn't speak for you maybe you should od something of your own or support those prepared to be counted, either side. Of course having faiths represented unions represented political parties and people of no faith or political party present clearly doesn't represent every one. But if people made the effort to be part of this well done for you commitment to diversity and tolerance of others
deluded lefty losers. EDL have no issues with diversity they have issues with extreme components of Islam and its peoples cultures impacting our way of life. Why do you need to constantly lie???
[quote][p][bold]clr WHAT![/bold] wrote: a number of clearly disgruntled comments here about the Unite march saying We are Bournemouth, why not make the effort to realise who was present and that Unite coordinated the event, so that there was a COMMUNITY response to the EDL, if we didn't speak for you maybe you should od something of your own or support those prepared to be counted, either side. Of course having faiths represented unions represented political parties and people of no faith or political party present clearly doesn't represent every one. But if people made the effort to be part of this well done for you commitment to diversity and tolerance of others[/p][/quote]deluded lefty losers. EDL have no issues with diversity they have issues with extreme components of Islam and its peoples cultures impacting our way of life. Why do you need to constantly lie??? davidh1975
  • Score: -10

12:48am Sun 24 Aug 14

davidh1975 says...

uvox44 wrote:
You have to love the far right ( well not really ) but they do have a bit of a problem when the best people they can present to showcase the "true British" (whatever that might mean) are the sort of drunk low-life that no-one would want living next door- still gave them a chance to practise their complex chant "EDL EDL..." no doubt some of them still got it wrong...
deluded lefty scum. The reason you can't counter what they stand against is because you have nothing. All you can do is lie, slander them and try to shout them down. Pathetic.......
[quote][p][bold]uvox44[/bold] wrote: You have to love the far right ( well not really ) but they do have a bit of a problem when the best people they can present to showcase the "true British" (whatever that might mean) are the sort of drunk low-life that no-one would want living next door- still gave them a chance to practise their complex chant "EDL EDL..." no doubt some of them still got it wrong...[/p][/quote]deluded lefty scum. The reason you can't counter what they stand against is because you have nothing. All you can do is lie, slander them and try to shout them down. Pathetic....... davidh1975
  • Score: -9

12:51am Sun 24 Aug 14

davidh1975 says...

rogerlu wrote:
NDEA Bournemouth wrote:
Saw the EDL go by omg if they are representing the English population of Bournemouth were in trouble they all looked drunk screaming out def turned up scruffy and a bit ruff holding flags like football hooligans lol no information on what exactly it us they are protesting for unlike the unite Group clearly saying we are Bournemouth, a multi nation town .
That is what they are; the rough end of football hooligans!! If Heaven forbid, we ever got an extremist government those will be the first to be rounded up.By the way there were over 500 on the Unite march; I counted them.Interesting though I saw none of the local MPs on the countermarch, the Christians, Muslims, Trade Unions, Labour, LibDems and Green parties were represented, but no sign of UKIP or the Conservatives. Where were they I wonder?
Liar. Why can't you counter what the EDL stand against with reasoned argument......... because you have nothing except lies, slander, name calling and lisinformation. Pathetic
[quote][p][bold]rogerlu[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]NDEA Bournemouth[/bold] wrote: Saw the EDL go by omg if they are representing the English population of Bournemouth were in trouble they all looked drunk screaming out def turned up scruffy and a bit ruff holding flags like football hooligans lol no information on what exactly it us they are protesting for unlike the unite Group clearly saying we are Bournemouth, a multi nation town .[/p][/quote]That is what they are; the rough end of football hooligans!! If Heaven forbid, we ever got an extremist government those will be the first to be rounded up.By the way there were over 500 on the Unite march; I counted them.Interesting though I saw none of the local MPs on the countermarch, the Christians, Muslims, Trade Unions, Labour, LibDems and Green parties were represented, but no sign of UKIP or the Conservatives. Where were they I wonder?[/p][/quote]Liar. Why can't you counter what the EDL stand against with reasoned argument......... because you have nothing except lies, slander, name calling and lisinformation. Pathetic davidh1975
  • Score: -20

12:56am Sun 24 Aug 14

davidh1975 says...

I was actually there wrote:
Being mildly curious I did go into town for a look see. This report is wrong.

1. I would estimate the EDL turnout nearer 80-100 whilst the counter marchers probably turned out around 250.

2. The EDL was subject to greater police attention than the Bournemouth Together March including dogs and meat wagons so if you wanna have a wibble about your taxes blame the EDL.

3. The 'We are Bournemouth' counter march was more like a carnival with families music and plenty of good cheer and a much lighter police presence. The same cannot be said for the EDL which was mostly made up of adults aged around 30-40 effing and blinding at all and sundry.

I actually heard an EDL steward almost in tears crying at a senior police officer when the EDL had been kept still for around 5 minutes and I quote 'Some of them haven't had a drink for nearly 3 hours and they will kick off'

4. According to the EDL they come from somewhere called 'Ingerland' so they probably need to rename themselves IDL.

5. But for the swift action of the police are passer by could have been badly beaten up by a couple of EDL's that tried to have a go at a bystander (don't know why) no-one arrested.

Unlike the report above it couldn't have been a regional rally when one EDL banner I saw said 'Teeside Division'. Since when has Teeside been in the south?

Totally inaccurate reporting by the Echo. No surprise there then.
You make me sick. 250 to 300 EDL with at least 100 from Bournemouth and Poole. There were also visitors from midlands and even Yorkshire. I notice you didn't mention the dover banner, the exeter flag, the portsmouth, southampton and brighton flags........ Why do lefty scum always need to resort to lies????
[quote][p][bold]I was actually there[/bold] wrote: Being mildly curious I did go into town for a look see. This report is wrong. 1. I would estimate the EDL turnout nearer 80-100 whilst the counter marchers probably turned out around 250. 2. The EDL was subject to greater police attention than the Bournemouth Together March including dogs and meat wagons so if you wanna have a wibble about your taxes blame the EDL. 3. The 'We are Bournemouth' counter march was more like a carnival with families music and plenty of good cheer and a much lighter police presence. The same cannot be said for the EDL which was mostly made up of adults aged around 30-40 effing and blinding at all and sundry. I actually heard an EDL steward almost in tears crying at a senior police officer when the EDL had been kept still for around 5 minutes and I quote 'Some of them haven't had a drink for nearly 3 hours and they will kick off' 4. According to the EDL they come from somewhere called 'Ingerland' so they probably need to rename themselves IDL. 5. But for the swift action of the police are passer by could have been badly beaten up by a couple of EDL's that tried to have a go at a bystander (don't know why) no-one arrested. Unlike the report above it couldn't have been a regional rally when one EDL banner I saw said 'Teeside Division'. Since when has Teeside been in the south? Totally inaccurate reporting by the Echo. No surprise there then.[/p][/quote]You make me sick. 250 to 300 EDL with at least 100 from Bournemouth and Poole. There were also visitors from midlands and even Yorkshire. I notice you didn't mention the dover banner, the exeter flag, the portsmouth, southampton and brighton flags........ Why do lefty scum always need to resort to lies???? davidh1975
  • Score: -16

1:09am Sun 24 Aug 14

escribblings says...

The problem is ignorance, many of us (myself included) are ignorant of other peoples beliefs, traditions and intentions. I have an open mind and am willing to listen, but many are led by the media who whip up a frenzy at the slightest little thing. What also does not help it that spokespersons for one side or the other invariably spout utter rubbish - because of their ignorance and closed-mindedness - about the opposition. Then you get the hangers on who don't support either side but just want trouble.

I'm sure I saw more police today than protesters.

The report states:
It's been reported that police officers were drafted in from Devon, Cornwall, Wiltshire and Surrey.

I can add Kent, Sussex and Hampshire to that list.

All in all it was an over-hyped, under-whelming, storm in a tea-cup.
The problem is ignorance, many of us (myself included) are ignorant of other peoples beliefs, traditions and intentions. I have an open mind and am willing to listen, but many are led by the media who whip up a frenzy at the slightest little thing. What also does not help it that spokespersons for one side or the other invariably spout utter rubbish - because of their ignorance and closed-mindedness - about the opposition. Then you get the hangers on who don't support either side but just want trouble. I'm sure I saw more police today than protesters. The report states: It's been reported that police officers were drafted in from Devon, Cornwall, Wiltshire and Surrey. I can add Kent, Sussex and Hampshire to that list. All in all it was an over-hyped, under-whelming, storm in a tea-cup. escribblings
  • Score: 11

1:34am Sun 24 Aug 14

HRH of Boscombe says...

Nice But Dim wrote:
Peroni wrote:
itsneverblackorwhite wrote:
So 500 marchers in total and a massive police bill for Bournemouth tax payers!
Yep , they love the extra pay for the overtime !
Did it ever cross your mind they might have preferred the day off with their families.
Like every other day they're to scared to give someone in a caravan a ticket?
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What about every other day these chicken bullies fine your frail old neighbours or parents just to raise the revenue to offset their spinelessness?
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Screw them and their piglet offspring; I can't wait for sausages and bacon for breakfast!
[quote][p][bold]Nice But Dim[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Peroni[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]itsneverblackorwhite[/bold] wrote: So 500 marchers in total and a massive police bill for Bournemouth tax payers![/p][/quote]Yep , they love the extra pay for the overtime ![/p][/quote]Did it ever cross your mind they might have preferred the day off with their families.[/p][/quote]Like every other day they're to scared to give someone in a caravan a ticket? . What about every other day these chicken bullies fine your frail old neighbours or parents just to raise the revenue to offset their spinelessness? . Screw them and their piglet offspring; I can't wait for sausages and bacon for breakfast! HRH of Boscombe
  • Score: -13

2:04am Sun 24 Aug 14

MrPitiful says...

Just got in as I have been working all weekend.

Have I missed something?
Just got in as I have been working all weekend. Have I missed something? MrPitiful
  • Score: 6

2:53am Sun 24 Aug 14

Rally says...

davidh1975 wrote:
clr WHAT! wrote:
a number of clearly disgruntled comments here about the Unite march saying We are Bournemouth, why not make the effort to realise who was present and that Unite coordinated the event, so that there was a COMMUNITY response to the EDL, if we didn't speak for you maybe you should od something of your own or support those prepared to be counted, either side. Of course having faiths represented unions represented political parties and people of no faith or political party present clearly doesn't represent every one. But if people made the effort to be part of this well done for you commitment to diversity and tolerance of others
deluded lefty losers. EDL have no issues with diversity they have issues with extreme components of Islam and its peoples cultures impacting our way of life. Why do you need to constantly lie???
I've been reading the EDL's web pages (mostly out of curiosity) and it is abundantly clear that they are not a racist organisation.
Racism is to believe that one race is superior to another - that Whites are superior to Blacks, for example.
The EDL is strongly opposed to certain extreme Islamic beliefs and practices, which has nothing to do with racism, but everything to do with culture.
However, I do not doubt for a moment that some members of the EDL are racist (as defined above), but this is true also for every political party.
[quote][p][bold]davidh1975[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]clr WHAT![/bold] wrote: a number of clearly disgruntled comments here about the Unite march saying We are Bournemouth, why not make the effort to realise who was present and that Unite coordinated the event, so that there was a COMMUNITY response to the EDL, if we didn't speak for you maybe you should od something of your own or support those prepared to be counted, either side. Of course having faiths represented unions represented political parties and people of no faith or political party present clearly doesn't represent every one. But if people made the effort to be part of this well done for you commitment to diversity and tolerance of others[/p][/quote]deluded lefty losers. EDL have no issues with diversity they have issues with extreme components of Islam and its peoples cultures impacting our way of life. Why do you need to constantly lie???[/p][/quote]I've been reading the EDL's web pages (mostly out of curiosity) and it is abundantly clear that they are not a racist organisation. Racism is to believe that one race is superior to another - that Whites are superior to Blacks, for example. The EDL is strongly opposed to certain extreme Islamic beliefs and practices, which has nothing to do with racism, but everything to do with culture. However, I do not doubt for a moment that some members of the EDL are racist (as defined above), but this is true also for every political party. Rally
  • Score: 0

3:16am Sun 24 Aug 14

Dan Wahlin says...

A picture says more then 100 words..

https://twitter.com/
whattaa/status/50317
4490365657089/photo/
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A picture says more then 100 words.. https://twitter.com/ whattaa/status/50317 4490365657089/photo/ 1 Dan Wahlin
  • Score: -4

3:58am Sun 24 Aug 14

visionthing says...

Veryhappyincomer wrote:
fireflier wrote:
'to celebrate the town's diversity'
So everyone ..... clap hands and jump up and down .... to celebrate that our country is quietly heading towards domination and potential take over by Sharia Law. Already we see one who came from here taking delight in beheading a westerner who's roots probably come from the same as our own.

Time to follow the Dutch example...stop this 'head in the sand' pretence about diverity of cultures. If we want to stay British we had all better.. wake up, smell the coffee ....and do someting about reinstating British values.
Getting tired of this "extreme right wing racist" stuff about the EDL. Initially they were formed in Luton, which has major problems with regards to the integration of their muslim population and the various abuses that said population was believed to be getting away with. They were not racist in the traditional sense, only being anti Islamic, and islam is not a race. Most were traditional Labour voters, so hardly right wing.

The BNP on the other hand are racist, but again, not right wing. Lord Tebbit, after examining their election manifesto, described them as "Old Labour with racism", which is a bit of a tautology as I remember Old Labour and they were extremely racist.

As for Unite against Fascism, well fascists were traditionally left wing, often parading under red flags, so the left wing UAF is protesting about left wing policies (Tony Blair's description of New Labour as a third way entirely matched Mussolini's description of Italian Fascism - you would think that he took a direct translation).

Unfortunately the EDL leadership faced lots of harassment from the state, including imprisonment, and lost control of the membership, leading to the emergence of the mouth breathers who appear to have turned up in Bournemouth today.

Two last points. I missed the march, not that I would have attended, as I was in Kent where I watched the only two airworthy Lancaster bombers do a fly past - they will be at the Airshow next Saturday and Sunday. I think that those two aircraft do sum up British values.

And two, the Telegraph is reporting that the muslim country of Saudi Arabia has publically beheaded 19 people so far in August, including one for "sorcery". Hardly civilised behaviour, and you can see why ordinary people are scared, regardless of the antics of "We are Bournemouth", even if they don't necessarily approve of the EDL.
What absolute drivel. I lived in luton for many many years and there was never any issues at all between all the diverse groups living there. The 'issues' arose with the rise of the EDL causing racial hatred in the town. If you knew of what you spoke then you would stfu.
[quote][p][bold]Veryhappyincomer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]fireflier[/bold] wrote: 'to celebrate the town's diversity' So everyone ..... clap hands and jump up and down .... to celebrate that our country is quietly heading towards domination and potential take over by Sharia Law. Already we see one who came from here taking delight in beheading a westerner who's roots probably come from the same as our own. Time to follow the Dutch example...stop this 'head in the sand' pretence about diverity of cultures. If we want to stay British we had all better.. wake up, smell the coffee ....and do someting about reinstating British values.[/p][/quote]Getting tired of this "extreme right wing racist" stuff about the EDL. Initially they were formed in Luton, which has major problems with regards to the integration of their muslim population and the various abuses that said population was believed to be getting away with. They were not racist in the traditional sense, only being anti Islamic, and islam is not a race. Most were traditional Labour voters, so hardly right wing. The BNP on the other hand are racist, but again, not right wing. Lord Tebbit, after examining their election manifesto, described them as "Old Labour with racism", which is a bit of a tautology as I remember Old Labour and they were extremely racist. As for Unite against Fascism, well fascists were traditionally left wing, often parading under red flags, so the left wing UAF is protesting about left wing policies (Tony Blair's description of New Labour as a third way entirely matched Mussolini's description of Italian Fascism - you would think that he took a direct translation). Unfortunately the EDL leadership faced lots of harassment from the state, including imprisonment, and lost control of the membership, leading to the emergence of the mouth breathers who appear to have turned up in Bournemouth today. Two last points. I missed the march, not that I would have attended, as I was in Kent where I watched the only two airworthy Lancaster bombers do a fly past - they will be at the Airshow next Saturday and Sunday. I think that those two aircraft do sum up British values. And two, the Telegraph is reporting that the muslim country of Saudi Arabia has publically beheaded 19 people so far in August, including one for "sorcery". Hardly civilised behaviour, and you can see why ordinary people are scared, regardless of the antics of "We are Bournemouth", even if they don't necessarily approve of the EDL.[/p][/quote]What absolute drivel. I lived in luton for many many years and there was never any issues at all between all the diverse groups living there. The 'issues' arose with the rise of the EDL causing racial hatred in the town. If you knew of what you spoke then you would stfu. visionthing
  • Score: 3

7:09am Sun 24 Aug 14

Mikeyboy1975 says...

Lol if you think there are no problems with all the Muslim lunatics in Luton you must be Muslim:-)
Lol if you think there are no problems with all the Muslim lunatics in Luton you must be Muslim:-) Mikeyboy1975
  • Score: 3

7:27am Sun 24 Aug 14

fartycat says...

BmthNewshound wrote:
Fartycat said "It was obvious from clothing and tattoos that a lot of EDL had just come to Bournemouth for the day, they weren't local."......... not quite getting this comment, Bournemouth people are not exactly known for their sartorial elegance and tattoos are as common in Bournemouth as anywhere else in the country.
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Although I don't share or support the EDL's extreme views I think that its important to remember that thousands of men and women have given their lives in two World Wars and other wars since so that we can live in a country where people are free to exercise their right to protest and express their views just as the left wing Unite union has the right to organise a counter demonstration.
Quite a few people had obvious tattoos of football teams - I saw amongst many Millwall, Sheffield, Blackburn. Also several wore sweatshirts and t shirts with the names of the EDL branch they represented.
[quote][p][bold]BmthNewshound[/bold] wrote: Fartycat said "It was obvious from clothing and tattoos that a lot of EDL had just come to Bournemouth for the day, they weren't local."......... not quite getting this comment, Bournemouth people are not exactly known for their sartorial elegance and tattoos are as common in Bournemouth as anywhere else in the country. . Although I don't share or support the EDL's extreme views I think that its important to remember that thousands of men and women have given their lives in two World Wars and other wars since so that we can live in a country where people are free to exercise their right to protest and express their views just as the left wing Unite union has the right to organise a counter demonstration.[/p][/quote]Quite a few people had obvious tattoos of football teams - I saw amongst many Millwall, Sheffield, Blackburn. Also several wore sweatshirts and t shirts with the names of the EDL branch they represented. fartycat
  • Score: 3

7:37am Sun 24 Aug 14

fartycat says...

Just seen a picture of the EDL march where a fascist makes a clear nazi salute just outside the BIC. Wonder if the Ohec wil report that?
Just seen a picture of the EDL march where a fascist makes a clear nazi salute just outside the BIC. Wonder if the Ohec wil report that? fartycat
  • Score: 1

7:37am Sun 24 Aug 14

Mikeyboy1975 says...

escribblings wrote:
The problem is ignorance, many of us (myself included) are ignorant of other peoples beliefs, traditions and intentions. I have an open mind and am willing to listen, but many are led by the media who whip up a frenzy at the slightest little thing. What also does not help it that spokespersons for one side or the other invariably spout utter rubbish - because of their ignorance and closed-mindedness - about the opposition. Then you get the hangers on who don't support either side but just want trouble.

I'm sure I saw more police today than protesters.

The report states:
It's been reported that police officers were drafted in from Devon, Cornwall, Wiltshire and Surrey.

I can add Kent, Sussex and Hampshire to that list.

All in all it was an over-hyped, under-whelming, storm in a tea-cup.
The problem is people being forced unto multiculturalism with cultures that are not compatible with the civilised world.
The problem is that the the Europeans and many other countries have been forced to tolerate a brutal backward and uncivilised culture that does not want to change ..... It wants to dominate and force everybody to convert ....how can any right thinking person defend a religion that:
1)puts woman as less than second class
2) refers to unbelievers as cattle ( kuffars)
3) has massive amounts of brainwashed people around the world killing innocents in the most brutal way in the name of their prophet !!
4)forcefully cuts young girls genitals so they can not ever enjoy sex but the men can bang whoever they want.
5) get offended by everything practically that the civilised world stands for but wants to live here.
6)people who would murder their own daughters for something so trivial in case the neighbours the community might not approve!
7) people who expect total freedom to practice their religion but get offended by ours.
8) get really upset if they eat non barbarically slaughtered food by accident but expect everyone else to eat their ****!!
9) allow extreme hate speech and talk of jihad in their mosques and won't stand up to it .
10)won't try and integrate into our societies that have welcomed them.

I am sure if I carried on for a few more hours I could reach a thousand no problem ..... But I am now bored !!!!
THE REAL PROBLEM IS NOT THE CULTURE /RELIGION THAT IS NOW CAUSING MASSIVE GLOBAL PROBLEMS BUT THE PEOPLE WHO ARE TO STUPID TO SEE IT.
THE PROBLEM IS WITH THE MASSIVE AMOUNTS OF STUPID TOSSERS WHO WOULD STAND THERE AND DEFEND SOMEONE EVEN IF THEY WERE THREATENING TO KILL YOU AND ALL YOUR CATTLE MATES.

THE STUPIDITY OF THE GOVERNMENT AND THE LEFTY LIBERALS REALLY ASTOUNDS ME AND I WORRY ABOUT THE FUTURE OF THE CIVILISED FREE WORLD!!!
[quote][p][bold]escribblings[/bold] wrote: The problem is ignorance, many of us (myself included) are ignorant of other peoples beliefs, traditions and intentions. I have an open mind and am willing to listen, but many are led by the media who whip up a frenzy at the slightest little thing. What also does not help it that spokespersons for one side or the other invariably spout utter rubbish - because of their ignorance and closed-mindedness - about the opposition. Then you get the hangers on who don't support either side but just want trouble. I'm sure I saw more police today than protesters. The report states: It's been reported that police officers were drafted in from Devon, Cornwall, Wiltshire and Surrey. I can add Kent, Sussex and Hampshire to that list. All in all it was an over-hyped, under-whelming, storm in a tea-cup.[/p][/quote]The problem is people being forced unto multiculturalism with cultures that are not compatible with the civilised world. The problem is that the the Europeans and many other countries have been forced to tolerate a brutal backward and uncivilised culture that does not want to change ..... It wants to dominate and force everybody to convert ....how can any right thinking person defend a religion that: 1)puts woman as less than second class 2) refers to unbelievers as cattle ( kuffars) 3) has massive amounts of brainwashed people around the world killing innocents in the most brutal way in the name of their prophet !! 4)forcefully cuts young girls genitals so they can not ever enjoy sex but the men can bang whoever they want. 5) get offended by everything practically that the civilised world stands for but wants to live here. 6)people who would murder their own daughters for something so trivial in case the neighbours the community might not approve! 7) people who expect total freedom to practice their religion but get offended by ours. 8) get really upset if they eat non barbarically slaughtered food by accident but expect everyone else to eat their ****!! 9) allow extreme hate speech and talk of jihad in their mosques and won't stand up to it . 10)won't try and integrate into our societies that have welcomed them. I am sure if I carried on for a few more hours I could reach a thousand no problem ..... But I am now bored !!!! THE REAL PROBLEM IS NOT THE CULTURE /RELIGION THAT IS NOW CAUSING MASSIVE GLOBAL PROBLEMS BUT THE PEOPLE WHO ARE TO STUPID TO SEE IT. THE PROBLEM IS WITH THE MASSIVE AMOUNTS OF STUPID TOSSERS WHO WOULD STAND THERE AND DEFEND SOMEONE EVEN IF THEY WERE THREATENING TO KILL YOU AND ALL YOUR CATTLE MATES. THE STUPIDITY OF THE GOVERNMENT AND THE LEFTY LIBERALS REALLY ASTOUNDS ME AND I WORRY ABOUT THE FUTURE OF THE CIVILISED FREE WORLD!!! Mikeyboy1975
  • Score: 0

7:54am Sun 24 Aug 14

ragj195 says...

davidh1975 wrote:
clr WHAT! wrote:
a number of clearly disgruntled comments here about the Unite march saying We are Bournemouth, why not make the effort to realise who was present and that Unite coordinated the event, so that there was a COMMUNITY response to the EDL, if we didn't speak for you maybe you should od something of your own or support those prepared to be counted, either side. Of course having faiths represented unions represented political parties and people of no faith or political party present clearly doesn't represent every one. But if people made the effort to be part of this well done for you commitment to diversity and tolerance of others
deluded lefty losers. EDL have no issues with diversity they have issues with extreme components of Islam and its peoples cultures impacting our way of life. Why do you need to constantly lie???
Stop talking rubbish. You only have to read the comments on their Facebook page to know they are anti Islam. Perhaps we should paste some of them in this thread? This says it all.

http://youtu.be/wxAS
FTAkRyA
[quote][p][bold]davidh1975[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]clr WHAT![/bold] wrote: a number of clearly disgruntled comments here about the Unite march saying We are Bournemouth, why not make the effort to realise who was present and that Unite coordinated the event, so that there was a COMMUNITY response to the EDL, if we didn't speak for you maybe you should od something of your own or support those prepared to be counted, either side. Of course having faiths represented unions represented political parties and people of no faith or political party present clearly doesn't represent every one. But if people made the effort to be part of this well done for you commitment to diversity and tolerance of others[/p][/quote]deluded lefty losers. EDL have no issues with diversity they have issues with extreme components of Islam and its peoples cultures impacting our way of life. Why do you need to constantly lie???[/p][/quote]Stop talking rubbish. You only have to read the comments on their Facebook page to know they are anti Islam. Perhaps we should paste some of them in this thread? This says it all. http://youtu.be/wxAS FTAkRyA ragj195
  • Score: 4

7:56am Sun 24 Aug 14

boardsandphotos says...

Mikeyboy1975 wrote:
Kiki1973 wrote:
Mikeyboy1975 wrote:
All you stupid multi cultural fools have no clue what's heading your way!!! Islam is taking over all over the world and no right thinking person would want to live under Islamic laws ....you have all been brainwashed by some multi-cultural eutopia.
There is nothing wrong with different people living together as long as their ideals/ morals are compatible.
Islam is not compatible with our civilisation and the sooner you do hooding brainwashed numpties understand that the better for mankind!!!!
Um.. I was under the impression that we live under Imperial Law, not Sharia... why on earth do you think its on its way here? Proof, please.
Just goes to show you do not follow news from around the world all over Africa ...Europe... Asia...Middle east etc.
There is a big problem starting everywhere with Islam, muslims are killing people all over the world in the name of religion.
Imperial law what a joke ha ha ha 1000s of children being forced to have FGM every year and it is 15 years prison how many prosecuted lol
Hate preachers all over britain calling for our destruction and recruiting terrorists on our streets .... lol cant even stop choudrey lol a lot.
when the odd person does go to prison they just recruit more terrorists inside!
I can give u a thousand examples of what i'm talking about but you obviously need to do a bit more research.
All your so called imperial law does is back up the terrorists and come down massively on anyone else who rightly criticizes Islam in this country!
If you want to debate a serious subject like FGM and have your comments taken seriously stop adding 'lol' at the end of every sentence.

Female Genital Mutilation is nothing to 'laugh out loud' about.
[quote][p][bold]Mikeyboy1975[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Kiki1973[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mikeyboy1975[/bold] wrote: All you stupid multi cultural fools have no clue what's heading your way!!! Islam is taking over all over the world and no right thinking person would want to live under Islamic laws ....you have all been brainwashed by some multi-cultural eutopia. There is nothing wrong with different people living together as long as their ideals/ morals are compatible. Islam is not compatible with our civilisation and the sooner you do hooding brainwashed numpties understand that the better for mankind!!!![/p][/quote]Um.. I was under the impression that we live under Imperial Law, not Sharia... why on earth do you think its on its way here? Proof, please.[/p][/quote]Just goes to show you do not follow news from around the world all over Africa ...Europe... Asia...Middle east etc. There is a big problem starting everywhere with Islam, muslims are killing people all over the world in the name of religion. Imperial law what a joke ha ha ha 1000s of children being forced to have FGM every year and it is 15 years prison how many prosecuted lol Hate preachers all over britain calling for our destruction and recruiting terrorists on our streets .... lol cant even stop choudrey lol a lot. when the odd person does go to prison they just recruit more terrorists inside! I can give u a thousand examples of what i'm talking about but you obviously need to do a bit more research. All your so called imperial law does is back up the terrorists and come down massively on anyone else who rightly criticizes Islam in this country![/p][/quote]If you want to debate a serious subject like FGM and have your comments taken seriously stop adding 'lol' at the end of every sentence. Female Genital Mutilation is nothing to 'laugh out loud' about. boardsandphotos
  • Score: 15

8:33am Sun 24 Aug 14

Mikeyboy1975 says...

boardsandphotos wrote:
Mikeyboy1975 wrote:
Kiki1973 wrote:
Mikeyboy1975 wrote:
All you stupid multi cultural fools have no clue what's heading your way!!! Islam is taking over all over the world and no right thinking person would want to live under Islamic laws ....you have all been brainwashed by some multi-cultural eutopia.
There is nothing wrong with different people living together as long as their ideals/ morals are compatible.
Islam is not compatible with our civilisation and the sooner you do hooding brainwashed numpties understand that the better for mankind!!!!
Um.. I was under the impression that we live under Imperial Law, not Sharia... why on earth do you think its on its way here? Proof, please.
Just goes to show you do not follow news from around the world all over Africa ...Europe... Asia...Middle east etc.
There is a big problem starting everywhere with Islam, muslims are killing people all over the world in the name of religion.
Imperial law what a joke ha ha ha 1000s of children being forced to have FGM every year and it is 15 years prison how many prosecuted lol
Hate preachers all over britain calling for our destruction and recruiting terrorists on our streets .... lol cant even stop choudrey lol a lot.
when the odd person does go to prison they just recruit more terrorists inside!
I can give u a thousand examples of what i'm talking about but you obviously need to do a bit more research.
All your so called imperial law does is back up the terrorists and come down massively on anyone else who rightly criticizes Islam in this country!
If you want to debate a serious subject like FGM and have your comments taken seriously stop adding 'lol' at the end of every sentence.

Female Genital Mutilation is nothing to 'laugh out loud' about.
I'm Not laughing at the problem cos i understand whats really happening.
I am laughing because people like you have no clue so quick to defend everyone Lol
[quote][p][bold]boardsandphotos[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mikeyboy1975[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Kiki1973[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mikeyboy1975[/bold] wrote: All you stupid multi cultural fools have no clue what's heading your way!!! Islam is taking over all over the world and no right thinking person would want to live under Islamic laws ....you have all been brainwashed by some multi-cultural eutopia. There is nothing wrong with different people living together as long as their ideals/ morals are compatible. Islam is not compatible with our civilisation and the sooner you do hooding brainwashed numpties understand that the better for mankind!!!![/p][/quote]Um.. I was under the impression that we live under Imperial Law, not Sharia... why on earth do you think its on its way here? Proof, please.[/p][/quote]Just goes to show you do not follow news from around the world all over Africa ...Europe... Asia...Middle east etc. There is a big problem starting everywhere with Islam, muslims are killing people all over the world in the name of religion. Imperial law what a joke ha ha ha 1000s of children being forced to have FGM every year and it is 15 years prison how many prosecuted lol Hate preachers all over britain calling for our destruction and recruiting terrorists on our streets .... lol cant even stop choudrey lol a lot. when the odd person does go to prison they just recruit more terrorists inside! I can give u a thousand examples of what i'm talking about but you obviously need to do a bit more research. All your so called imperial law does is back up the terrorists and come down massively on anyone else who rightly criticizes Islam in this country![/p][/quote]If you want to debate a serious subject like FGM and have your comments taken seriously stop adding 'lol' at the end of every sentence. Female Genital Mutilation is nothing to 'laugh out loud' about.[/p][/quote]I'm Not laughing at the problem cos i understand whats really happening. I am laughing because people like you have no clue so quick to defend everyone Lol Mikeyboy1975
  • Score: -10

9:20am Sun 24 Aug 14

BackOfTheNet says...

Claims it's wrong for muslims to call people cattle... then calls anyone that disagrees cattle!

No hypocrisy from the extreme right then?

Two marches, one consisting of locals and one of imports from all over the country. Which one represents local people again?
Claims it's wrong for muslims to call people cattle... then calls anyone that disagrees cattle! No hypocrisy from the extreme right then? Two marches, one consisting of locals and one of imports from all over the country. Which one represents local people again? BackOfTheNet
  • Score: 6

9:25am Sun 24 Aug 14

boardsandphotos says...

Mikeyboy1975 wrote:
boardsandphotos wrote:
Mikeyboy1975 wrote:
Kiki1973 wrote:
Mikeyboy1975 wrote:
All you stupid multi cultural fools have no clue what's heading your way!!! Islam is taking over all over the world and no right thinking person would want to live under Islamic laws ....you have all been brainwashed by some multi-cultural eutopia.
There is nothing wrong with different people living together as long as their ideals/ morals are compatible.
Islam is not compatible with our civilisation and the sooner you do hooding brainwashed numpties understand that the better for mankind!!!!
Um.. I was under the impression that we live under Imperial Law, not Sharia... why on earth do you think its on its way here? Proof, please.
Just goes to show you do not follow news from around the world all over Africa ...Europe... Asia...Middle east etc.
There is a big problem starting everywhere with Islam, muslims are killing people all over the world in the name of religion.
Imperial law what a joke ha ha ha 1000s of children being forced to have FGM every year and it is 15 years prison how many prosecuted lol
Hate preachers all over britain calling for our destruction and recruiting terrorists on our streets .... lol cant even stop choudrey lol a lot.
when the odd person does go to prison they just recruit more terrorists inside!
I can give u a thousand examples of what i'm talking about but you obviously need to do a bit more research.
All your so called imperial law does is back up the terrorists and come down massively on anyone else who rightly criticizes Islam in this country!
If you want to debate a serious subject like FGM and have your comments taken seriously stop adding 'lol' at the end of every sentence.

Female Genital Mutilation is nothing to 'laugh out loud' about.
I'm Not laughing at the problem cos i understand whats really happening.
I am laughing because people like you have no clue so quick to defend everyone Lol
I don't condone extremism in any form, nor do I condone racism, xenephobia, sexism, homophobia, misogyny, violence, punishment for apostacy or anything else that doesn't promote equality, liberty and freedom.

If you think I have defended extremism then feel free to point it out, if you think I've somehow denied someone's right to free speech and freedom of protest then let me know where I've said that.

Feel free to show me where I 'have no clue' if you think that you have said anything in your comments that I haven't read before or that you have in anyway educated me then you are sadly mistaken.
[quote][p][bold]Mikeyboy1975[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]boardsandphotos[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mikeyboy1975[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Kiki1973[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mikeyboy1975[/bold] wrote: All you stupid multi cultural fools have no clue what's heading your way!!! Islam is taking over all over the world and no right thinking person would want to live under Islamic laws ....you have all been brainwashed by some multi-cultural eutopia. There is nothing wrong with different people living together as long as their ideals/ morals are compatible. Islam is not compatible with our civilisation and the sooner you do hooding brainwashed numpties understand that the better for mankind!!!![/p][/quote]Um.. I was under the impression that we live under Imperial Law, not Sharia... why on earth do you think its on its way here? Proof, please.[/p][/quote]Just goes to show you do not follow news from around the world all over Africa ...Europe... Asia...Middle east etc. There is a big problem starting everywhere with Islam, muslims are killing people all over the world in the name of religion. Imperial law what a joke ha ha ha 1000s of children being forced to have FGM every year and it is 15 years prison how many prosecuted lol Hate preachers all over britain calling for our destruction and recruiting terrorists on our streets .... lol cant even stop choudrey lol a lot. when the odd person does go to prison they just recruit more terrorists inside! I can give u a thousand examples of what i'm talking about but you obviously need to do a bit more research. All your so called imperial law does is back up the terrorists and come down massively on anyone else who rightly criticizes Islam in this country![/p][/quote]If you want to debate a serious subject like FGM and have your comments taken seriously stop adding 'lol' at the end of every sentence. Female Genital Mutilation is nothing to 'laugh out loud' about.[/p][/quote]I'm Not laughing at the problem cos i understand whats really happening. I am laughing because people like you have no clue so quick to defend everyone Lol[/p][/quote]I don't condone extremism in any form, nor do I condone racism, xenephobia, sexism, homophobia, misogyny, violence, punishment for apostacy or anything else that doesn't promote equality, liberty and freedom. If you think I have defended extremism then feel free to point it out, if you think I've somehow denied someone's right to free speech and freedom of protest then let me know where I've said that. Feel free to show me where I 'have no clue' if you think that you have said anything in your comments that I haven't read before or that you have in anyway educated me then you are sadly mistaken. boardsandphotos
  • Score: 9

9:36am Sun 24 Aug 14

Queen jess x says...

If EDL is what u call being 'BRITISH' then we're finished. The small turn out shows EDL are in decline
If EDL is what u call being 'BRITISH' then we're finished. The small turn out shows EDL are in decline Queen jess x
  • Score: 3

10:27am Sun 24 Aug 14

royeveleigh says...

itsneverblackorwhite wrote:
So 500 marchers in total and a massive police bill for Bournemouth tax payers!
I wouldn't worry, Poole taxpayers are already footing the bill by having its police officers and resources drained by an ever increasing Bournemouth money pit!
[quote][p][bold]itsneverblackorwhite[/bold] wrote: So 500 marchers in total and a massive police bill for Bournemouth tax payers![/p][/quote]I wouldn't worry, Poole taxpayers are already footing the bill by having its police officers and resources drained by an ever increasing Bournemouth money pit! royeveleigh
  • Score: 0

10:33am Sun 24 Aug 14

Mikeyboy1975 says...

Queen jess x wrote:
If EDL is what u call being 'BRITISH' then we're finished. The small turn out shows EDL are in decline
The small turn out shows .......the rest of the sheep been forced into believing that everything is just prefect and that multiculturalism really works is a bigger problem then the islamists themselves.
Maybe come out from under your rainbow and read what edl stand for before you comment.
If you find anything that is not just plain common sense please come back!!
[quote][p][bold]Queen jess x[/bold] wrote: If EDL is what u call being 'BRITISH' then we're finished. The small turn out shows EDL are in decline[/p][/quote]The small turn out shows .......the rest of the sheep been forced into believing that everything is just prefect and that multiculturalism really works is a bigger problem then the islamists themselves. Maybe come out from under your rainbow and read what edl stand for before you comment. If you find anything that is not just plain common sense please come back!! Mikeyboy1975
  • Score: -8

10:44am Sun 24 Aug 14

Mikeyboy1975 says...

BackOfTheNet wrote:
Claims it's wrong for muslims to call people cattle... then calls anyone that disagrees cattle!

No hypocrisy from the extreme right then?

Two marches, one consisting of locals and one of imports from all over the country. Which one represents local people again?
Extreme Right ....you do make me laugh.
I suppose having common sense and at least half a brain could be a problem for lefty morons.
There is a big difference calling people sheep or cattle because they can not open their mind and calling us cattle that needs to be slaughtered.
COS WE ALLL KNOW WHEN THEY SAY IT THEY ACTUALLY MEAN IT!!
[quote][p][bold]BackOfTheNet[/bold] wrote: Claims it's wrong for muslims to call people cattle... then calls anyone that disagrees cattle! No hypocrisy from the extreme right then? Two marches, one consisting of locals and one of imports from all over the country. Which one represents local people again?[/p][/quote]Extreme Right ....you do make me laugh. I suppose having common sense and at least half a brain could be a problem for lefty morons. There is a big difference calling people sheep or cattle because they can not open their mind and calling us cattle that needs to be slaughtered. COS WE ALLL KNOW WHEN THEY SAY IT THEY ACTUALLY MEAN IT!! Mikeyboy1975
  • Score: 0

10:59am Sun 24 Aug 14

gameon says...

FerryFan wrote:
Feel sorry for people who have come to Bournemouth for a Bank Holiday weekend to find out about this march and be confronted by a sea of police and marching thugs.
No different than Old xchurch rd or the square in the early hours of a normal weekend in what was once a Town to be proud of
[quote][p][bold]FerryFan[/bold] wrote: Feel sorry for people who have come to Bournemouth for a Bank Holiday weekend to find out about this march and be confronted by a sea of police and marching thugs.[/p][/quote]No different than Old xchurch rd or the square in the early hours of a normal weekend in what was once a Town to be proud of gameon
  • Score: 4

11:14am Sun 24 Aug 14

Orangecheeks says...

I attended the counter protest to the EDL as I felt angry that they would come to my hometown to try to spread their racist views. I was born here 56 years ago and what has been so good about living and growing up here has been the diverse nature of Bournemouth due to many people who came here to learn English and ended up settling here and adding positively to our community. This has enabled me to become educated and accepting of all religions and cultures and helped me realise that we all hope for the same things in life.
EDL members whilst I agree with anyone's right to protest, why Bournemouth? Is it because the population is 97% white/british and you believe you won't have much opposition? or because it's a lovely place and therefore a nice day out? But, Seriously ...... to divide is to conquer so whilst you are peddling your outdated and unwanted bigotry the people 'up there' are sat back watching the madness unfold. Peace and Love xxx
I attended the counter protest to the EDL as I felt angry that they would come to my hometown to try to spread their racist views. I was born here 56 years ago and what has been so good about living and growing up here has been the diverse nature of Bournemouth due to many people who came here to learn English and ended up settling here and adding positively to our community. This has enabled me to become educated and accepting of all religions and cultures and helped me realise that we all hope for the same things in life. EDL members whilst I agree with anyone's right to protest, why Bournemouth? Is it because the population is 97% white/british and you believe you won't have much opposition? or because it's a lovely place and therefore a nice day out? But, Seriously ...... to divide is to conquer so whilst you are peddling your outdated and unwanted bigotry the people 'up there' are sat back watching the madness unfold. Peace and Love xxx Orangecheeks
  • Score: 8

11:23am Sun 24 Aug 14

BackOfTheNet says...

Mikeyboy1975, just by saying "we all know" does not make anything true.

You can choose to believe whatever you want about whoever you want, but as soon as you start peddling lies as fact people will disagree with you.

Anyone that constantly has to call others moron or claim they have half a brain clearly has no concept of debate, or perhaps you think arguments are won by which side has the most disguised swastika tattoos?

See, I can make stuff up to make a point too - although I'd bet you did have a few on your march :)
Mikeyboy1975, just by saying "we all know" does not make anything true. You can choose to believe whatever you want about whoever you want, but as soon as you start peddling lies as fact people will disagree with you. Anyone that constantly has to call others moron or claim they have half a brain clearly has no concept of debate, or perhaps you think arguments are won by which side has the most disguised swastika tattoos? See, I can make stuff up to make a point too - although I'd bet you did have a few on your march :) BackOfTheNet
  • Score: 10

11:28am Sun 24 Aug 14

Orangecheeks says...

After reading other comments, I checked out the coaches for the EDL and they came from Woolwich.
After reading other comments, I checked out the coaches for the EDL and they came from Woolwich. Orangecheeks
  • Score: 2

11:46am Sun 24 Aug 14

Queen jess x says...

Mikeyboy1975 can you then briefly explain in your terms the definition of being 'British' is please? And what Islamisation is? I will get bk to u then?
Mikeyboy1975 can you then briefly explain in your terms the definition of being 'British' is please? And what Islamisation is? I will get bk to u then? Queen jess x
  • Score: 3

12:12pm Sun 24 Aug 14

Rally says...

Orangecheeks wrote:
I attended the counter protest to the EDL as I felt angry that they would come to my hometown to try to spread their racist views. I was born here 56 years ago and what has been so good about living and growing up here has been the diverse nature of Bournemouth due to many people who came here to learn English and ended up settling here and adding positively to our community. This has enabled me to become educated and accepting of all religions and cultures and helped me realise that we all hope for the same things in life.
EDL members whilst I agree with anyone's right to protest, why Bournemouth? Is it because the population is 97% white/british and you believe you won't have much opposition? or because it's a lovely place and therefore a nice day out? But, Seriously ...... to divide is to conquer so whilst you are peddling your outdated and unwanted bigotry the people 'up there' are sat back watching the madness unfold. Peace and Love xxx
Hello Orangecheeks, please would you itemise the EDL's racist views.
Or are you one of those people who fails to see the difference between Race and Culture?
Perhaps you also mistake Anti-Semitism for Racism - point being that Jews are not, repeat not, a Race.
[quote][p][bold]Orangecheeks[/bold] wrote: I attended the counter protest to the EDL as I felt angry that they would come to my hometown to try to spread their racist views. I was born here 56 years ago and what has been so good about living and growing up here has been the diverse nature of Bournemouth due to many people who came here to learn English and ended up settling here and adding positively to our community. This has enabled me to become educated and accepting of all religions and cultures and helped me realise that we all hope for the same things in life. EDL members whilst I agree with anyone's right to protest, why Bournemouth? Is it because the population is 97% white/british and you believe you won't have much opposition? or because it's a lovely place and therefore a nice day out? But, Seriously ...... to divide is to conquer so whilst you are peddling your outdated and unwanted bigotry the people 'up there' are sat back watching the madness unfold. Peace and Love xxx[/p][/quote]Hello Orangecheeks, please would you itemise the EDL's racist views. Or are you one of those people who fails to see the difference between Race and Culture? Perhaps you also mistake Anti-Semitism for Racism - point being that Jews are not, repeat not, a Race. Rally
  • Score: -5

12:31pm Sun 24 Aug 14

boardsandphotos says...

Rally wrote:
Orangecheeks wrote:
I attended the counter protest to the EDL as I felt angry that they would come to my hometown to try to spread their racist views. I was born here 56 years ago and what has been so good about living and growing up here has been the diverse nature of Bournemouth due to many people who came here to learn English and ended up settling here and adding positively to our community. This has enabled me to become educated and accepting of all religions and cultures and helped me realise that we all hope for the same things in life.
EDL members whilst I agree with anyone's right to protest, why Bournemouth? Is it because the population is 97% white/british and you believe you won't have much opposition? or because it's a lovely place and therefore a nice day out? But, Seriously ...... to divide is to conquer so whilst you are peddling your outdated and unwanted bigotry the people 'up there' are sat back watching the madness unfold. Peace and Love xxx
Hello Orangecheeks, please would you itemise the EDL's racist views.
Or are you one of those people who fails to see the difference between Race and Culture?
Perhaps you also mistake Anti-Semitism for Racism - point being that Jews are not, repeat not, a Race.
When you say 'EDL's view'

Do you mean the views of the EDL as a movement and the views of it's very well worded mission statement? If that's what you mean and if that was actually the views of all EDL members then fine.

Unfortunately you cannot deny that the EDL has extremists who hold racist and/or xenephibic views, some probably haven't even read the mission statement at all. You can say they are not representative of the views of the EDL but if they march with you then that's what peopke see.

I understand that the former EDL leader quit because he could no longer control the extremists in the ranks, true or false?
[quote][p][bold]Rally[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Orangecheeks[/bold] wrote: I attended the counter protest to the EDL as I felt angry that they would come to my hometown to try to spread their racist views. I was born here 56 years ago and what has been so good about living and growing up here has been the diverse nature of Bournemouth due to many people who came here to learn English and ended up settling here and adding positively to our community. This has enabled me to become educated and accepting of all religions and cultures and helped me realise that we all hope for the same things in life. EDL members whilst I agree with anyone's right to protest, why Bournemouth? Is it because the population is 97% white/british and you believe you won't have much opposition? or because it's a lovely place and therefore a nice day out? But, Seriously ...... to divide is to conquer so whilst you are peddling your outdated and unwanted bigotry the people 'up there' are sat back watching the madness unfold. Peace and Love xxx[/p][/quote]Hello Orangecheeks, please would you itemise the EDL's racist views. Or are you one of those people who fails to see the difference between Race and Culture? Perhaps you also mistake Anti-Semitism for Racism - point being that Jews are not, repeat not, a Race.[/p][/quote]When you say 'EDL's view' Do you mean the views of the EDL as a movement and the views of it's very well worded mission statement? If that's what you mean and if that was actually the views of all EDL members then fine. Unfortunately you cannot deny that the EDL has extremists who hold racist and/or xenephibic views, some probably haven't even read the mission statement at all. You can say they are not representative of the views of the EDL but if they march with you then that's what peopke see. I understand that the former EDL leader quit because he could no longer control the extremists in the ranks, true or false? boardsandphotos
  • Score: 8

12:34pm Sun 24 Aug 14

I was actually there says...

davidh1975

Dear Chap/Chapess

Did I give anything away about my beliefs (or lack of them). How then can I be 'lefty scum' as per your post.

All I said I was mildly curious and just reported what I saw and I didn't spend a great deal of time at either end.

Here's a bit of my beliefs then. I hail from Fakenham and support Hamilton Academicals - that left enough for you?

I guess you are probably one of the knuckle scrapers I clapped eyes on (good argument for Euthanasia)

To quote the delightful Captain Mainwaring - 'Stupid boy'

In the new testament the 11th commandment we are given is 'Love your neighbour as yourself' or something like that. Try it sometime you might even like it.

Finally do think about the little known 12th commandment 'Windeth in thy neck lest they neck become unwound and they aprex resideth in thine own orifice.'
davidh1975 Dear Chap/Chapess Did I give anything away about my beliefs (or lack of them). How then can I be 'lefty scum' as per your post. All I said I was mildly curious and just reported what I saw and I didn't spend a great deal of time at either end. Here's a bit of my beliefs then. I hail from Fakenham and support Hamilton Academicals - that left enough for you? I guess you are probably one of the knuckle scrapers I clapped eyes on (good argument for Euthanasia) To quote the delightful Captain Mainwaring - 'Stupid boy' In the new testament the 11th commandment we are given is 'Love your neighbour as yourself' or something like that. Try it sometime you might even like it. Finally do think about the little known 12th commandment 'Windeth in thy neck lest they neck become unwound and they aprex resideth in thine own orifice.' I was actually there
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12:50pm Sun 24 Aug 14

Mikeyboy1975 says...

BackOfTheNet wrote:
Mikeyboy1975, just by saying "we all know" does not make anything true.

You can choose to believe whatever you want about whoever you want, but as soon as you start peddling lies as fact people will disagree with you.

Anyone that constantly has to call others moron or claim they have half a brain clearly has no concept of debate, or perhaps you think arguments are won by which side has the most disguised swastika tattoos?

See, I can make stuff up to make a point too - although I'd bet you did have a few on your march :)
Oh my god i would love to debate you......normally there is no debate just a load of tosh about being racist because i do not want to live in a place where a barbaric cult/religion is trying to take over.
So you start lets have a debate.
[quote][p][bold]BackOfTheNet[/bold] wrote: Mikeyboy1975, just by saying "we all know" does not make anything true. You can choose to believe whatever you want about whoever you want, but as soon as you start peddling lies as fact people will disagree with you. Anyone that constantly has to call others moron or claim they have half a brain clearly has no concept of debate, or perhaps you think arguments are won by which side has the most disguised swastika tattoos? See, I can make stuff up to make a point too - although I'd bet you did have a few on your march :)[/p][/quote]Oh my god i would love to debate you......normally there is no debate just a load of tosh about being racist because i do not want to live in a place where a barbaric cult/religion is trying to take over. So you start lets have a debate. Mikeyboy1975
  • Score: 1

1:35pm Sun 24 Aug 14

alasdair1967 says...

Sorry to put a comical slant on a serious debate but , every time I read this headline I have visions of a black youth with long curly hair and glasses doing back flips through the streets of Bournemouth (diversity as in X factor )
Sorry to put a comical slant on a serious debate but , every time I read this headline I have visions of a black youth with long curly hair and glasses doing back flips through the streets of Bournemouth (diversity as in X factor ) alasdair1967
  • Score: 0

1:49pm Sun 24 Aug 14

Bob49 says...

I can understand some who feel the country has gone to the dogs. I was in town yesterday and wandered down towards the pier, partly to enjoy the elegance that is pier approach.

Imagine my suprise when I saw some fellows marching down the road, some with a banner stating that they were the Bournemouth division. I must admit that I had expected some smartly turned out fellows marching in step, not a drunken rabble looking 'worse for wear', many looking like they had not seen the outside of a pub in daylight for many a long year.

Proud anglo saxons one told me, then proceeded to explain as best he could in what anglo saxon language he knew why he was there ... something about some woman who had been wronged. Eadie Yell, it appeared.

Another claimed that Churchill would not have stood for it. Although having the features of the dog in the insurance adverts I suspect he was talking about the politician and former MP Winston Churchill. A man who supported eugenics for the removal from society of the low witted and feeble minded.

I felt it best not to try and explain that to this chap.
I can understand some who feel the country has gone to the dogs. I was in town yesterday and wandered down towards the pier, partly to enjoy the elegance that is pier approach. Imagine my suprise when I saw some fellows marching down the road, some with a banner stating that they were the Bournemouth division. I must admit that I had expected some smartly turned out fellows marching in step, not a drunken rabble looking 'worse for wear', many looking like they had not seen the outside of a pub in daylight for many a long year. Proud anglo saxons one told me, then proceeded to explain as best he could in what anglo saxon language he knew why he was there ... something about some woman who had been wronged. Eadie Yell, it appeared. Another claimed that Churchill would not have stood for it. Although having the features of the dog in the insurance adverts I suspect he was talking about the politician and former MP Winston Churchill. A man who supported eugenics for the removal from society of the low witted and feeble minded. I felt it best not to try and explain that to this chap. Bob49
  • Score: 3

1:56pm Sun 24 Aug 14

charlie2004 says...

Kiki1973 wrote:
charlie2004 wrote:
chiesa wrote:
they are carrying a sign saying "we are bournemouth"
i live here and you don't speak for me
I'm ready for the thumbs down...I know which group were carrying the 'we are Bournemouth' flag. I was born here and they don't speak for me. All this town and the UK has become is multiple pockets of different nationalities with no integration and no respect for the traditions and values of a once Great Britain. We don't even understand each other. There's no turning back now and the UK is beginning to look like a 3rd world nation.
feel free to leave.
Why would I do that. It's not me who needs to leave!!!!!!!!!!
[quote][p][bold]Kiki1973[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]charlie2004[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]chiesa[/bold] wrote: they are carrying a sign saying "we are bournemouth" i live here and you don't speak for me[/p][/quote]I'm ready for the thumbs down...I know which group were carrying the 'we are Bournemouth' flag. I was born here and they don't speak for me. All this town and the UK has become is multiple pockets of different nationalities with no integration and no respect for the traditions and values of a once Great Britain. We don't even understand each other. There's no turning back now and the UK is beginning to look like a 3rd world nation.[/p][/quote]feel free to leave.[/p][/quote]Why would I do that. It's not me who needs to leave!!!!!!!!!! charlie2004
  • Score: 5

2:29pm Sun 24 Aug 14

simong says...

BackOfTheNet wrote:
Claims it's wrong for muslims to call people cattle... then calls anyone that disagrees cattle!

No hypocrisy from the extreme right then?

Two marches, one consisting of locals and one of imports from all over the country. Which one represents local people again?
How do you know one consisted of 'locals' ? Looked like a bunch a left wing loony toons to me, no more representative of Bournemouth than the EDL are.
[quote][p][bold]BackOfTheNet[/bold] wrote: Claims it's wrong for muslims to call people cattle... then calls anyone that disagrees cattle! No hypocrisy from the extreme right then? Two marches, one consisting of locals and one of imports from all over the country. Which one represents local people again?[/p][/quote]How do you know one consisted of 'locals' ? Looked like a bunch a left wing loony toons to me, no more representative of Bournemouth than the EDL are. simong
  • Score: -6

4:10pm Sun 24 Aug 14

FerryFan says...

All those police - the three water cannons we are meant to have would have sufficed. Onecin front of the march, one behind and one on standby. One peep, and they get a soaking. Would have loved to watch the so called hard men of the EDL stand up to those. Dogs and horses - no, should have had some fun.
All those police - the three water cannons we are meant to have would have sufficed. Onecin front of the march, one behind and one on standby. One peep, and they get a soaking. Would have loved to watch the so called hard men of the EDL stand up to those. Dogs and horses - no, should have had some fun. FerryFan
  • Score: -4

4:43pm Sun 24 Aug 14

Sparrow123 says...

Mary says - It's sad, but unfortunately historically true, that aggressive people, who say that they represent their religion - whether Christian, Catholic or Protestant, Muslim, Jewish, Hinduism, Buddhisim or Atheism have committed appalling torture and massacres on innocent people with whom they disagree. However, this does not negate the sincere beliefs held by the majority of people who believe in their own brand of religion.
Aggression and injustice is caused by aggressive and unjust people,whether they are religious or not.
This is what we have to try to change in the world. We can only achieve this by demonstrating through our own open, friendly and caring attitudes towards others that this is the way to create a happy and fulfilling life and community. I am not conventially religious, but believe it is up to each individual to treat others with respect and to listen to their point of view, and to try reason and argument if they do not agree, rather than oral abuse and physical violence. That only diminishes the status of the person who resorts to it.
If we get rid of all the "foreigners" in our Society, we shall still be living in a "diverse" community, because we are all different, and have different ideas and views of life. Better to try to accommodate them.
The alternative has been, and will be horrific.
Mary says - It's sad, but unfortunately historically true, that aggressive people, who say that they represent their religion - whether Christian, Catholic or Protestant, Muslim, Jewish, Hinduism, Buddhisim or Atheism have committed appalling torture and massacres on innocent people with whom they disagree. However, this does not negate the sincere beliefs held by the majority of people who believe in their own brand of religion. Aggression and injustice is caused by aggressive and unjust people,whether they are religious or not. This is what we have to try to change in the world. We can only achieve this by demonstrating through our own open, friendly and caring attitudes towards others that this is the way to create a happy and fulfilling life and community. I am not conventially religious, but believe it is up to each individual to treat others with respect and to listen to their point of view, and to try reason and argument if they do not agree, rather than oral abuse and physical violence. That only diminishes the status of the person who resorts to it. If we get rid of all the "foreigners" in our Society, we shall still be living in a "diverse" community, because we are all different, and have different ideas and views of life. Better to try to accommodate them. The alternative has been, and will be horrific. Sparrow123
  • Score: 2

4:58pm Sun 24 Aug 14

boardsandphotos says...

charlie2004 wrote:
Kiki1973 wrote:
charlie2004 wrote:
chiesa wrote:
they are carrying a sign saying "we are bournemouth"
i live here and you don't speak for me
I'm ready for the thumbs down...I know which group were carrying the 'we are Bournemouth' flag. I was born here and they don't speak for me. All this town and the UK has become is multiple pockets of different nationalities with no integration and no respect for the traditions and values of a once Great Britain. We don't even understand each other. There's no turning back now and the UK is beginning to look like a 3rd world nation.
feel free to leave.
Why would I do that. It's not me who needs to leave!!!!!!!!!!
"..All this town and the UK has become is multiple pockets of different nationalities with no integration and no respect for the traditions and values of a once Great Britain.."

Great Britain, famous for it's rich history in exploration, travelling the world looking for new lands.

So you don't like Britain as it is now?

How far back in time do you want to go Charlie? Pre-colonial/British Empire era? Pre-slavery era? Pre-Christian crusade era? Pre-discovery of America and the slaughter of it's native peoples era?

We have done our fair share of stomping around the globe too you know.

Do you like foreign food by the way? Chinese? Indian? Turkish? We'll close down all the take-awayss and restaurants for you.

What about Bournemouth having the 2nd highest number of language schools outside London, should we close all those down too?

I work with over 300 foreign people, they have come from all over the world to work, to better themselves and to learn English (which is one of the most widely spoken languages in the world) , races, faiths, colours, creeds and languages. I get on just fine with each and every one of them.
[quote][p][bold]charlie2004[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Kiki1973[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]charlie2004[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]chiesa[/bold] wrote: they are carrying a sign saying "we are bournemouth" i live here and you don't speak for me[/p][/quote]I'm ready for the thumbs down...I know which group were carrying the 'we are Bournemouth' flag. I was born here and they don't speak for me. All this town and the UK has become is multiple pockets of different nationalities with no integration and no respect for the traditions and values of a once Great Britain. We don't even understand each other. There's no turning back now and the UK is beginning to look like a 3rd world nation.[/p][/quote]feel free to leave.[/p][/quote]Why would I do that. It's not me who needs to leave!!!!!!!!!![/p][/quote]"..All this town and the UK has become is multiple pockets of different nationalities with no integration and no respect for the traditions and values of a once Great Britain.." Great Britain, famous for it's rich history in exploration, travelling the world looking for new lands. So you don't like Britain as it is now? How far back in time do you want to go Charlie? Pre-colonial/British Empire era? Pre-slavery era? Pre-Christian crusade era? Pre-discovery of America and the slaughter of it's native peoples era? We have done our fair share of stomping around the globe too you know. Do you like foreign food by the way? Chinese? Indian? Turkish? We'll close down all the take-awayss and restaurants for you. What about Bournemouth having the 2nd highest number of language schools outside London, should we close all those down too? I work with over 300 foreign people, they have come from all over the world to work, to better themselves and to learn English (which is one of the most widely spoken languages in the world) , races, faiths, colours, creeds and languages. I get on just fine with each and every one of them. boardsandphotos
  • Score: 3

5:04pm Sun 24 Aug 14

simong says...

boardsandphotos wrote:
charlie2004 wrote:
Kiki1973 wrote:
charlie2004 wrote:
chiesa wrote:
they are carrying a sign saying "we are bournemouth"
i live here and you don't speak for me
I'm ready for the thumbs down...I know which group were carrying the 'we are Bournemouth' flag. I was born here and they don't speak for me. All this town and the UK has become is multiple pockets of different nationalities with no integration and no respect for the traditions and values of a once Great Britain. We don't even understand each other. There's no turning back now and the UK is beginning to look like a 3rd world nation.
feel free to leave.
Why would I do that. It's not me who needs to leave!!!!!!!!!!
"..All this town and the UK has become is multiple pockets of different nationalities with no integration and no respect for the traditions and values of a once Great Britain.."

Great Britain, famous for it's rich history in exploration, travelling the world looking for new lands.

So you don't like Britain as it is now?

How far back in time do you want to go Charlie? Pre-colonial/British Empire era? Pre-slavery era? Pre-Christian crusade era? Pre-discovery of America and the slaughter of it's native peoples era?

We have done our fair share of stomping around the globe too you know.

Do you like foreign food by the way? Chinese? Indian? Turkish? We'll close down all the take-awayss and restaurants for you.

What about Bournemouth having the 2nd highest number of language schools outside London, should we close all those down too?

I work with over 300 foreign people, they have come from all over the world to work, to better themselves and to learn English (which is one of the most widely spoken languages in the world) , races, faiths, colours, creeds and languages. I get on just fine with each and every one of them.
Nothing like answering a comment with a load of random quotes and remarks totally unrelated to the original points eh !!
[quote][p][bold]boardsandphotos[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]charlie2004[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Kiki1973[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]charlie2004[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]chiesa[/bold] wrote: they are carrying a sign saying "we are bournemouth" i live here and you don't speak for me[/p][/quote]I'm ready for the thumbs down...I know which group were carrying the 'we are Bournemouth' flag. I was born here and they don't speak for me. All this town and the UK has become is multiple pockets of different nationalities with no integration and no respect for the traditions and values of a once Great Britain. We don't even understand each other. There's no turning back now and the UK is beginning to look like a 3rd world nation.[/p][/quote]feel free to leave.[/p][/quote]Why would I do that. It's not me who needs to leave!!!!!!!!!![/p][/quote]"..All this town and the UK has become is multiple pockets of different nationalities with no integration and no respect for the traditions and values of a once Great Britain.." Great Britain, famous for it's rich history in exploration, travelling the world looking for new lands. So you don't like Britain as it is now? How far back in time do you want to go Charlie? Pre-colonial/British Empire era? Pre-slavery era? Pre-Christian crusade era? Pre-discovery of America and the slaughter of it's native peoples era? We have done our fair share of stomping around the globe too you know. Do you like foreign food by the way? Chinese? Indian? Turkish? We'll close down all the take-awayss and restaurants for you. What about Bournemouth having the 2nd highest number of language schools outside London, should we close all those down too? I work with over 300 foreign people, they have come from all over the world to work, to better themselves and to learn English (which is one of the most widely spoken languages in the world) , races, faiths, colours, creeds and languages. I get on just fine with each and every one of them.[/p][/quote]Nothing like answering a comment with a load of random quotes and remarks totally unrelated to the original points eh !! simong
  • Score: 1

5:08pm Sun 24 Aug 14

Rally says...

boardsandphotos wrote:
Rally wrote:
Orangecheeks wrote:
I attended the counter protest to the EDL as I felt angry that they would come to my hometown to try to spread their racist views. I was born here 56 years ago and what has been so good about living and growing up here has been the diverse nature of Bournemouth due to many people who came here to learn English and ended up settling here and adding positively to our community. This has enabled me to become educated and accepting of all religions and cultures and helped me realise that we all hope for the same things in life.
EDL members whilst I agree with anyone's right to protest, why Bournemouth? Is it because the population is 97% white/british and you believe you won't have much opposition? or because it's a lovely place and therefore a nice day out? But, Seriously ...... to divide is to conquer so whilst you are peddling your outdated and unwanted bigotry the people 'up there' are sat back watching the madness unfold. Peace and Love xxx
Hello Orangecheeks, please would you itemise the EDL's racist views.
Or are you one of those people who fails to see the difference between Race and Culture?
Perhaps you also mistake Anti-Semitism for Racism - point being that Jews are not, repeat not, a Race.
When you say 'EDL's view'

Do you mean the views of the EDL as a movement and the views of it's very well worded mission statement? If that's what you mean and if that was actually the views of all EDL members then fine.

Unfortunately you cannot deny that the EDL has extremists who hold racist and/or xenephibic views, some probably haven't even read the mission statement at all. You can say they are not representative of the views of the EDL but if they march with you then that's what peopke see.

I understand that the former EDL leader quit because he could no longer control the extremists in the ranks, true or false?
Hello Boardsandphotos,
In answer to your question I quote the post I made earlier to this forum:
Quote ‘I've been reading the EDL's web pages (mostly out of curiosity) and it is abundantly clear that they are not a racist organisation.
Racism is to believe that one race is superior to another - that Whites are superior to Blacks, for example.
The EDL is strongly opposed to certain extreme Islamic beliefs and practices, which has nothing to do with racism, but everything to do with culture.
However, I do not doubt for a moment that some members of the EDL are racist (as defined above), but this is true also for every political party.' Unquote.

You wrote, 'You can say they are not representative of the views of the EDL but if they march with you then that's what people see.'
Well, I think that the Media is mostly responsible for this misperception. It focuses on those EDL members with racist views at the expense of those people who are members of the EDL solely because of its stance on Muslim extremists who desire to literally destroy anybody they see as an Infidel – a non-Muslim (I am mindful that there is, tragically, open conflict between Shia and Sunni Muslims).
Just for the record, I am not an activist of any kind (too old and knackered for such a thing)

You wrote, 'I understand that the former EDL leader quit because he could no longer control the extremists in the ranks, true or false?'
I don't know. My interest in the EDL is extremely limited.
Having said that, racists do tend to be, how shall I say, rather aggressive; so I would not surprise me if 'the former EDL leader quit because he could no longer control the extremists in the ranks,'
[quote][p][bold]boardsandphotos[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rally[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Orangecheeks[/bold] wrote: I attended the counter protest to the EDL as I felt angry that they would come to my hometown to try to spread their racist views. I was born here 56 years ago and what has been so good about living and growing up here has been the diverse nature of Bournemouth due to many people who came here to learn English and ended up settling here and adding positively to our community. This has enabled me to become educated and accepting of all religions and cultures and helped me realise that we all hope for the same things in life. EDL members whilst I agree with anyone's right to protest, why Bournemouth? Is it because the population is 97% white/british and you believe you won't have much opposition? or because it's a lovely place and therefore a nice day out? But, Seriously ...... to divide is to conquer so whilst you are peddling your outdated and unwanted bigotry the people 'up there' are sat back watching the madness unfold. Peace and Love xxx[/p][/quote]Hello Orangecheeks, please would you itemise the EDL's racist views. Or are you one of those people who fails to see the difference between Race and Culture? Perhaps you also mistake Anti-Semitism for Racism - point being that Jews are not, repeat not, a Race.[/p][/quote]When you say 'EDL's view' Do you mean the views of the EDL as a movement and the views of it's very well worded mission statement? If that's what you mean and if that was actually the views of all EDL members then fine. Unfortunately you cannot deny that the EDL has extremists who hold racist and/or xenephibic views, some probably haven't even read the mission statement at all. You can say they are not representative of the views of the EDL but if they march with you then that's what peopke see. I understand that the former EDL leader quit because he could no longer control the extremists in the ranks, true or false?[/p][/quote]Hello Boardsandphotos, In answer to your question I quote the post I made earlier to this forum: Quote ‘I've been reading the EDL's web pages (mostly out of curiosity) and it is abundantly clear that they are not a racist organisation. Racism is to believe that one race is superior to another - that Whites are superior to Blacks, for example. The EDL is strongly opposed to certain extreme Islamic beliefs and practices, which has nothing to do with racism, but everything to do with culture. However, I do not doubt for a moment that some members of the EDL are racist (as defined above), but this is true also for every political party.' Unquote. You wrote, 'You can say they are not representative of the views of the EDL but if they march with you then that's what people see.' Well, I think that the Media is mostly responsible for this misperception. It focuses on those EDL members with racist views at the expense of those people who are members of the EDL solely because of its stance on Muslim extremists who desire to literally destroy anybody they see as an Infidel – a non-Muslim (I am mindful that there is, tragically, open conflict between Shia and Sunni Muslims). Just for the record, I am not an activist of any kind (too old and knackered for such a thing) You wrote, 'I understand that the former EDL leader quit because he could no longer control the extremists in the ranks, true or false?' I don't know. My interest in the EDL is extremely limited. Having said that, racists do tend to be, how shall I say, rather aggressive; so I would not surprise me if 'the former EDL leader quit because he could no longer control the extremists in the ranks,' Rally
  • Score: 3

5:13pm Sun 24 Aug 14

nonnisrevenge says...

Living in a free democratic society allows all opinion to be regarded and challenged accordingly. I have know issues with either marches, we live in a country that allows such representation of views and for that we should be eternally thankful, as many other people around the globe stay oppressed both politically & religiously. To say the EDL are not representative of views in Bournemouth is incorrect, I am sure, no convinced, that a significant minority agree in some respects with their opinions on the more radical factions who seek to manipulate Islam and its teachings, which incidentally bring shame on most learned Muslims. I am happy that we live in a society whereby opinion and faith can be discussed and challenged without fear of censorship & reprisal.
Living in a free democratic society allows all opinion to be regarded and challenged accordingly. I have know issues with either marches, we live in a country that allows such representation of views and for that we should be eternally thankful, as many other people around the globe stay oppressed both politically & religiously. To say the EDL are not representative of views in Bournemouth is incorrect, I am sure, no convinced, that a significant minority agree in some respects with their opinions on the more radical factions who seek to manipulate Islam and its teachings, which incidentally bring shame on most learned Muslims. I am happy that we live in a society whereby opinion and faith can be discussed and challenged without fear of censorship & reprisal. nonnisrevenge
  • Score: 1

5:21pm Sun 24 Aug 14

Nat1234 says...

I don't agree with any marches , the one thing that bugs me tho . Hamza hook was able to preach hate , and nothing was done for ages ,
I don't agree with any marches , the one thing that bugs me tho . Hamza hook was able to preach hate , and nothing was done for ages , Nat1234
  • Score: 2

7:36pm Sun 24 Aug 14

apm1954 says...

have i missed something.
have i missed something. apm1954
  • Score: 0

9:30pm Sun 24 Aug 14

Wageslave says...

Orangecheeks wrote:
I attended the counter protest to the EDL as I felt angry that they would come to my hometown to try to spread their racist views. I was born here 56 years ago and what has been so good about living and growing up here has been the diverse nature of Bournemouth due to many people who came here to learn English and ended up settling here and adding positively to our community. This has enabled me to become educated and accepting of all religions and cultures and helped me realise that we all hope for the same things in life.
EDL members whilst I agree with anyone's right to protest, why Bournemouth? Is it because the population is 97% white/british and you believe you won't have much opposition? or because it's a lovely place and therefore a nice day out? But, Seriously ...... to divide is to conquer so whilst you are peddling your outdated and unwanted bigotry the people 'up there' are sat back watching the madness unfold. Peace and Love xxx
All religions preach peace and love --all except one. Kill all infidels has no place in Bournemouth, Britain or anywhere in a civilised world.
[quote][p][bold]Orangecheeks[/bold] wrote: I attended the counter protest to the EDL as I felt angry that they would come to my hometown to try to spread their racist views. I was born here 56 years ago and what has been so good about living and growing up here has been the diverse nature of Bournemouth due to many people who came here to learn English and ended up settling here and adding positively to our community. This has enabled me to become educated and accepting of all religions and cultures and helped me realise that we all hope for the same things in life. EDL members whilst I agree with anyone's right to protest, why Bournemouth? Is it because the population is 97% white/british and you believe you won't have much opposition? or because it's a lovely place and therefore a nice day out? But, Seriously ...... to divide is to conquer so whilst you are peddling your outdated and unwanted bigotry the people 'up there' are sat back watching the madness unfold. Peace and Love xxx[/p][/quote]All religions preach peace and love --all except one. Kill all infidels has no place in Bournemouth, Britain or anywhere in a civilised world. Wageslave
  • Score: -4

9:50pm Sun 24 Aug 14

Wageslave says...

Orangecheeks wrote:
After reading other comments, I checked out the coaches for the EDL and they came from Woolwich.
After the atrocity that happened there I can now see their point
[quote][p][bold]Orangecheeks[/bold] wrote: After reading other comments, I checked out the coaches for the EDL and they came from Woolwich.[/p][/quote]After the atrocity that happened there I can now see their point Wageslave
  • Score: -2

11:33pm Sun 24 Aug 14

Cpt. Kirk's illegitimate love child says...

My son was working in the town centre but took a break to go and boo at the edl. He said there were more people watching and booing than edl marchers and that the EDL just looked like thuggish louts with stupid chants. He said he wasn't even sure what they were trying to get across. EDL is just a waste of space if you ask me.
My son was working in the town centre but took a break to go and boo at the edl. He said there were more people watching and booing than edl marchers and that the EDL just looked like thuggish louts with stupid chants. He said he wasn't even sure what they were trying to get across. EDL is just a waste of space if you ask me. Cpt. Kirk's illegitimate love child
  • Score: 1

11:47pm Sun 24 Aug 14

portia6 says...

Race class culture education, they are all part and parcel of our society.
The problem is we are all individuals and some are more opinionated
than others. Years ago council houses did not exist and the poor were
put into workhouses or worse lived in appalling slums. You can't
argue with certain politicians as they think they are always right.
Religion sadly causes many wars and the barbaric be-headings are
totally at odds with our culture which should be a peaceful one!
Race class culture education, they are all part and parcel of our society. The problem is we are all individuals and some are more opinionated than others. Years ago council houses did not exist and the poor were put into workhouses or worse lived in appalling slums. You can't argue with certain politicians as they think they are always right. Religion sadly causes many wars and the barbaric be-headings are totally at odds with our culture which should be a peaceful one! portia6
  • Score: 3

10:19am Mon 25 Aug 14

FerryFan says...

Reading the Echo this morning, why am I wondering exactly WHY Hamptons opened up for the EDL if they do not condone what they stand for, the reason of helping the police doesn't wash with me for some reason, I feel there is more to it than that - don't ask what, no idea, maybe planning loud noisy events. They already have had several coachloads of noisy foreign students several days a week outside our flats, shouting.
Reading the Echo this morning, why am I wondering exactly WHY Hamptons opened up for the EDL if they do not condone what they stand for, the reason of helping the police doesn't wash with me for some reason, I feel there is more to it than that - don't ask what, no idea, maybe planning loud noisy events. They already have had several coachloads of noisy foreign students several days a week outside our flats, shouting. FerryFan
  • Score: 0

10:28am Mon 25 Aug 14

gameon says...

Wageslave wrote:
Orangecheeks wrote: After reading other comments, I checked out the coaches for the EDL and they came from Woolwich.
After the atrocity that happened there I can now see their point
Understandable some people have short memories
[quote][p][bold]Wageslave[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Orangecheeks[/bold] wrote: After reading other comments, I checked out the coaches for the EDL and they came from Woolwich.[/p][/quote]After the atrocity that happened there I can now see their point[/p][/quote]Understandable some people have short memories gameon
  • Score: -4

10:29am Mon 25 Aug 14

jsdorset says...

I am not EDL and will never be. However I am concerned with ISIS and the spread of violent islam.

Bournemouth doesnt see it. But look at East London, Luton, Bradford etc. In East London recently an ISIS flag was raised over a housing estate. None of the local "peaceful" muslims removed it, it was left to a Nun to do so. Bournemouth doesnt have any of the sharia patrols that beat up gays and people drinking, yet.
I understand the argument that all muslims are not violent but for those of you who would rather stick their heads in the sand about this. Please view the you tube link below.

Here are a few facts about the so called religion of peace.

Since 9/11 there have been over 19,000 deadly islamic attacks and violent murders by muslims worldwide in the name of allah. Thats over 28 per week! Wow where do I sign up for this wonderful religion of peace.

No matter if you are for EDL or against them. This is a staggering figure and far from it extolling the virtues of the religion of peace. It shows its true colours.
What exacerbates this fact is the silence from the 3 million plus muslims over here. Where are the protests from the muslims condemning this? Where are the muslims condemning the atrocities of ISIS or IS? All you get is the odd one or two or a political organisation like Quillam saying that they are not true muslims. Which is not true as if you bother to read the koran and the hadiths you will find that ISIS and the likes of them are following the so called word of allah to the letter.

What is even more disturbing is an ICM poll that was in the telegraph showed that 20 percent of the UK muslim population had sympathy with the London bombers, it also showed that 40 percent of UK muslims wants sharia law here.

If you are still not concerned do watch this https://www.youtube.
com/watch?v=Ry3NzkAO
o3s&feature=youtu.be as it has some very interesting points to consider.
I am not EDL and will never be. However I am concerned with ISIS and the spread of violent islam. Bournemouth doesnt see it. But look at East London, Luton, Bradford etc. In East London recently an ISIS flag was raised over a housing estate. None of the local "peaceful" muslims removed it, it was left to a Nun to do so. Bournemouth doesnt have any of the sharia patrols that beat up gays and people drinking, yet. I understand the argument that all muslims are not violent but for those of you who would rather stick their heads in the sand about this. Please view the you tube link below. Here are a few facts about the so called religion of peace. Since 9/11 there have been over 19,000 deadly islamic attacks and violent murders by muslims worldwide in the name of allah. Thats over 28 per week! Wow where do I sign up for this wonderful religion of peace. No matter if you are for EDL or against them. This is a staggering figure and far from it extolling the virtues of the religion of peace. It shows its true colours. What exacerbates this fact is the silence from the 3 million plus muslims over here. Where are the protests from the muslims condemning this? Where are the muslims condemning the atrocities of ISIS or IS? All you get is the odd one or two or a political organisation like Quillam saying that they are not true muslims. Which is not true as if you bother to read the koran and the hadiths you will find that ISIS and the likes of them are following the so called word of allah to the letter. What is even more disturbing is an ICM poll that was in the telegraph showed that 20 percent of the UK muslim population had sympathy with the London bombers, it also showed that 40 percent of UK muslims wants sharia law here. If you are still not concerned do watch this https://www.youtube. com/watch?v=Ry3NzkAO o3s&feature=youtu.be as it has some very interesting points to consider. jsdorset
  • Score: 4

11:36am Mon 25 Aug 14

BackOfTheNet says...

simong wrote:
BackOfTheNet wrote:
Claims it's wrong for muslims to call people cattle... then calls anyone that disagrees cattle!

No hypocrisy from the extreme right then?

Two marches, one consisting of locals and one of imports from all over the country. Which one represents local people again?
How do you know one consisted of 'locals' ? Looked like a bunch a left wing loony toons to me, no more representative of Bournemouth than the EDL are.
By locals I meant people born and/or living locally, as opposed to people bused in from all over the country to get the numbers above 20.

What does "a left wing loony toons" look like?

No, I don't expect a reply :)
[quote][p][bold]simong[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BackOfTheNet[/bold] wrote: Claims it's wrong for muslims to call people cattle... then calls anyone that disagrees cattle! No hypocrisy from the extreme right then? Two marches, one consisting of locals and one of imports from all over the country. Which one represents local people again?[/p][/quote]How do you know one consisted of 'locals' ? Looked like a bunch a left wing loony toons to me, no more representative of Bournemouth than the EDL are.[/p][/quote]By locals I meant people born and/or living locally, as opposed to people bused in from all over the country to get the numbers above 20. What does "a left wing loony toons" look like? No, I don't expect a reply :) BackOfTheNet
  • Score: 3

1:15pm Mon 25 Aug 14

Rotterdam says...

jsdorset wrote:
I am not EDL and will never be. However I am concerned with ISIS and the spread of violent islam.

Bournemouth doesnt see it. But look at East London, Luton, Bradford etc. In East London recently an ISIS flag was raised over a housing estate. None of the local "peaceful" muslims removed it, it was left to a Nun to do so. Bournemouth doesnt have any of the sharia patrols that beat up gays and people drinking, yet.
I understand the argument that all muslims are not violent but for those of you who would rather stick their heads in the sand about this. Please view the you tube link below.

Here are a few facts about the so called religion of peace.

Since 9/11 there have been over 19,000 deadly islamic attacks and violent murders by muslims worldwide in the name of allah. Thats over 28 per week! Wow where do I sign up for this wonderful religion of peace.

No matter if you are for EDL or against them. This is a staggering figure and far from it extolling the virtues of the religion of peace. It shows its true colours.
What exacerbates this fact is the silence from the 3 million plus muslims over here. Where are the protests from the muslims condemning this? Where are the muslims condemning the atrocities of ISIS or IS? All you get is the odd one or two or a political organisation like Quillam saying that they are not true muslims. Which is not true as if you bother to read the koran and the hadiths you will find that ISIS and the likes of them are following the so called word of allah to the letter.

What is even more disturbing is an ICM poll that was in the telegraph showed that 20 percent of the UK muslim population had sympathy with the London bombers, it also showed that 40 percent of UK muslims wants sharia law here.

If you are still not concerned do watch this https://www.youtube.

com/watch?v=Ry3NzkAO

o3s&feature=yout
u.be as it has some very interesting points to consider.
Well, presumably Muslims do object to these attacks, since most of them are against other Muslims.
[quote][p][bold]jsdorset[/bold] wrote: I am not EDL and will never be. However I am concerned with ISIS and the spread of violent islam. Bournemouth doesnt see it. But look at East London, Luton, Bradford etc. In East London recently an ISIS flag was raised over a housing estate. None of the local "peaceful" muslims removed it, it was left to a Nun to do so. Bournemouth doesnt have any of the sharia patrols that beat up gays and people drinking, yet. I understand the argument that all muslims are not violent but for those of you who would rather stick their heads in the sand about this. Please view the you tube link below. Here are a few facts about the so called religion of peace. Since 9/11 there have been over 19,000 deadly islamic attacks and violent murders by muslims worldwide in the name of allah. Thats over 28 per week! Wow where do I sign up for this wonderful religion of peace. No matter if you are for EDL or against them. This is a staggering figure and far from it extolling the virtues of the religion of peace. It shows its true colours. What exacerbates this fact is the silence from the 3 million plus muslims over here. Where are the protests from the muslims condemning this? Where are the muslims condemning the atrocities of ISIS or IS? All you get is the odd one or two or a political organisation like Quillam saying that they are not true muslims. Which is not true as if you bother to read the koran and the hadiths you will find that ISIS and the likes of them are following the so called word of allah to the letter. What is even more disturbing is an ICM poll that was in the telegraph showed that 20 percent of the UK muslim population had sympathy with the London bombers, it also showed that 40 percent of UK muslims wants sharia law here. If you are still not concerned do watch this https://www.youtube. com/watch?v=Ry3NzkAO o3s&feature=yout u.be as it has some very interesting points to consider.[/p][/quote]Well, presumably Muslims do object to these attacks, since most of them are against other Muslims. Rotterdam
  • Score: 7

8:51pm Mon 25 Aug 14

GeorgeW64 says...

NDEA Bournemouth wrote:
Instead of using the money to maybe to fill up our empty shops, clean up Boscombe and make into a nicer cleaner place this is what you come up with
There's nothing wrong with Boscombe, It's just the down and out's not from around here that ruin for everyone including the locals. Perhaps the residents of Boscombe should hold a march saying we have had enough of all the so called re-habs and their inmates.
[quote][p][bold]NDEA Bournemouth[/bold] wrote: Instead of using the money to maybe to fill up our empty shops, clean up Boscombe and make into a nicer cleaner place this is what you come up with[/p][/quote]There's nothing wrong with Boscombe, It's just the down and out's not from around here that ruin for everyone including the locals. Perhaps the residents of Boscombe should hold a march saying we have had enough of all the so called re-habs and their inmates. GeorgeW64
  • Score: 4

9:35pm Mon 25 Aug 14

Mikeyboy1975 says...

Cpt. Kirk's illegitimate love child wrote:
My son was working in the town centre but took a break to go and boo at the edl. He said there were more people watching and booing than edl marchers and that the EDL just looked like thuggish louts with stupid chants. He said he wasn't even sure what they were trying to get across. EDL is just a waste of space if you ask me.
you and your son are a waste of space who have no clue at whats happening in the real world ....why don't you look at EDL website and then you might have a clue.
[quote][p][bold]Cpt. Kirk's illegitimate love child[/bold] wrote: My son was working in the town centre but took a break to go and boo at the edl. He said there were more people watching and booing than edl marchers and that the EDL just looked like thuggish louts with stupid chants. He said he wasn't even sure what they were trying to get across. EDL is just a waste of space if you ask me.[/p][/quote]you and your son are a waste of space who have no clue at whats happening in the real world ....why don't you look at EDL website and then you might have a clue. Mikeyboy1975
  • Score: -8

11:20pm Mon 25 Aug 14

Jack loveme says...

Do these POLICE tour around the country ?? Becouase there were none to be found all the summer while we had all the trouble with travelers.
Do these POLICE tour around the country ?? Becouase there were none to be found all the summer while we had all the trouble with travelers. Jack loveme
  • Score: 0

8:47am Tue 26 Aug 14

cherrytreetop says...

So when we are over run by you know who . Who are you going to run to Edl ???At least edl are trying to make a stand for our country ! While you all stand back and let the take over begin .I like to say well done to all who went x
So when we are over run by you know who . Who are you going to run to Edl ???At least edl are trying to make a stand for our country ! While you all stand back and let the take over begin .I like to say well done to all who went x cherrytreetop
  • Score: -3

8:50am Wed 27 Aug 14

Dorset Logic says...

When I grow up, I'm going to walk about with a flag.
I'm going to show you, make no mistake.

Andre has a red flag
Chiang Ching's is blue
They all have hills to fly them on
Except for Lin Tai Yu
When I grow up, I'm going to walk about with a flag. I'm going to show you, make no mistake. Andre has a red flag Chiang Ching's is blue They all have hills to fly them on Except for Lin Tai Yu Dorset Logic
  • Score: 2

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