Twatty protestors

April 1st, 2009 § 4 comments

Guardian G20 live blog

More windows reported smashed at RBS, branch and masked people trying to get in. Chants of “Whose bank?” answered by “Our bank” and “We paid for this, rob the bank”.

I understand feelings run high and the adrenaline gets going, but what does fucking places over achieve? Not a lot. Apart from it can feel quite good, smashing stuff up.

And that chant? You’re going to rob yourselves then? Or you’re going to rob every other taxpayer, unless you take something equal to your share of RBS. Like a pen, or a pad of Post-It notes.

And take those fucking masks off. If your there for a noble reason and not for looting, general vandalism or because you just love fighting then show your face, your fucking cowards. Criminals, thugs and crooks wear masks.

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§ 4 Responses to Twatty protestors"

  • Darren says:

    I’ve been cracking this joke this the Poll Tax Riots.

    “In terms of crowd control, the police just need to throw some bars of soap at them. That’ll make those freeloading, soap dodgers scarper…”

    Mind you, remember the days of the water cannon? Why don’t cops use the water cannon anymore? I would whoop in delight to see these twats being shot all over the place by a jet of icy cold water…and them crying for their mummy.

  • Massive twats.

    Fuck ’em.

  • septicisle says:

    Why shouldn’t they wear masks? The police policy is to photograph everyone, regardless of what they’re doing or whether they have any intention of causing any trouble, and as a result the mask is becoming even more fashionable. Then again, I suppose if you’ve got nothing to hide you’ve got nothing to fear, right?

  • Sim-O says:

    Fair enough. But when I see masks at protests I just wonder what they’re up to.

    It’s one thing to keep a low profile, not draw attention to yourself, but to actively hide who you are…?

    To use an online comparison, you use a pseudonym, as do most people. That isn’t because your doing or intending to break the law, it’s just so your name isn’t splattered across the internet for whatever reason. A name is a name. But once you start to actively hide, by using proxies, masks, and the like, then the question has to be raised, why?

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