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  1. 21 hours ago, Basket Case said:

    Excellent  :O)

     

    Personally, I would take some good, honest chaos, non-PTB chaos, over kettling any day of the week. I had another thought. If peaceful protesters do decide to initially gather at one location in the future, so as to subsequently move on to another location, then they can just keep on moving between the two locations non-stop. The copidiots will be following the protesters, thinking they are trying to throw them off the scent, but in reality the non-stop moving between the two locations will actually be the march. Everyone will then go home and the copidiots will be left at the scene, while scratching their heads, wondering when the protest is going to start. Detailed instruction guide below.

     

     

  2. 10 hours ago, numnuts said:

    How about, after everyone gets there, the word goes out to take the Underground to another mainline train station instead?

     

    If that was done, then don't make a decision as to where you will next head off to, until you are actually at King's Cross. Foreknowledge, in terms of unfriendly parties, would then be a logical impossibility. As a general concept relating to peaceful protests, I am not just talking about mainline London train stations here, I think that should be the rule of thumb. Always meet up somewhere and only then decide where you are going to move on to.  

  3. I don't know if King's Cross is a good idea or not. At least some people are trying to think differently though. It's usually so cliched, with folks turning up to a peaceful protest in high spirits and then only finding themselves in the lion's den. How about, after everyone gets there, the word goes out to take the Underground to another mainline train station instead? 'Please kindly pass the message on to any stragglers Mr. Constable.' It would be quite funny. 🙂

     

    P.S. Some M.P.'s might also be spotted, while out and about looking for badgers. Sign them up to the cause too.      

  4. On 11/15/2020 at 12:13 PM, Maisie said:

    I like the sound of the more covert protest.

     

    What I suggested was very open. Not covert at all.

      

    On 11/15/2020 at 12:13 PM, Maisie said:

    But more and more of us first timers are coming on this march on Nov 27th but we are all out of our league having never protested before. 

     

    Right, so don't give anyone an excuse to throw mud at you. I think it is on 28th November by the way, unless someone recently changed the date.

      

    On 11/15/2020 at 12:13 PM, Maisie said:

    The police are also morphing into some type of SS.

     

    Slowly, but surely, it does seem that way.

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  5. I think a lot of good folks really miss the point on occasion. The PTB don't ever want people out on the streets protesting anything. Well, unless it is one of their own staged protests. The thing to really not do is to gather in one place. If you do, then you will be vulnerable to the police kettling you. You want a protest to cover a wide area and to last a long time, so that you can all come and go as you please. Make it as informal as possible. Walk around slowly in pairs and hand out some leaflets, to members of the public willing to take them, if you have any. Make sure that every single one of you films everything. Don't engage in any acts of meaningless street wrestling with the Copidiots. Wear your masks and socially distance from other pairs. Sing Christmas carols too (Hey, it's the end of November, so why not?). There is nothing that the PTB will hate more, than the thought of people having peacefully gotten out there and demonstrated, before peacefully returning home again. You will be taking the piss out of them big time and the power will all be yours!      

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  6. Shall we continue with the mega-thread here for now?

     

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