Edinburgh says no to the EDL/SDL.

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  1. TrolleyDave
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    TrolleyDave Philosolosophising

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    Source : http://news.stv.tv/scotland/158576-anti-fa...far-right-demo/

    I [​IMG] you Edinburgh!
     
  2. Celice

    Celice GBAtemp Advanced Maniac

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    So much for the Enlightened age... We were coming close, and now all these fear-mongering to keep us back.
     
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    Yep, these guys really are shameful. I've been having alot of dealings with them and most that I've had dealings with are just rabid foaming racists. They claim to be anti-extremist but they're not, they're just anti-Muslim or anti-anyone who isn't White. They've also gone on a crusade to protest against the introduction of Sharia Law in the UK, the problem with that is there's no Sharia Law being introduced here! lol It's like protesting against allowing dodo birds in our zoo!
     
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    "Officers said no arrests were made and the street was cleared by 4pm"

    "assistant chief constable Iain Livingstone said: "We are pleased that today's activity in the city centre passed off without major incident, and with only five arrests being made for public order offences."

    Go people. My knowledge of police lingo is a bit patchy these days but "pubic order offences" during a protest is often code although it can just mean people were drunk (a happy duality no doubt).

    Anyhow go Scotland.
     
  5. emigre

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    Nice one Edinburgh
     
  6. TrolleyDave
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    TrolleyDave Philosolosophising

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    Totally! Both Wales and Scotland have done the same now so hopefully it'll encourage more English people to do the same.