Wednesday, 5 November 2008

Many thanks

A big thank you to you all for your support.
Tomorrow, I will post about storming a Hansard speech at Millbank by the pint pot herself, Hazel Blears, sitting in the front row and tearing her a new arsehole, face to face - courtesy of DK and Guido. Photos to follow.
What fun.

24 comments:

Custard said...

Go for it, hope your journey home was less eventful tha mine!

William Nicholson said...

Thanks to Messiaen for the photo ;-) Some fool commented on the photo "they're a credit to the country". Sure if they were allowed to do their job properly.

Was there any press today?

When's the next public event? I'm fired up!

bofl said...

cant wait for tomorrows post!

you guys and lady i believe.are the best!

Council House Tory said...

Get in. Surprised they didn't section you, scum that they are.

Guthrum said...

Well done fella !

Mark Wadsworth said...

Well done. Apologies for non-appearance, I have run out of holidays.

Bemused Wolf said...

No, thank you Sir!

Paul said...

William: That fool was me. I meant OH and chums, not the police. Badly worded. Anyhoo, fixed.

Bex said...

BRAVO CHAPS, BRAVO! I was thinking of youa ll today, and curseing the fact that I couldn't be their, but bravo! :D
Bex's!

Obnoxio The Clown said...

You've featured rather a lot in my posts today: here, here, here, here and even here.

Word verification: trobil!

Anonymous said...

Well done all of you for starting a new tradition - i hope to be running a bus to London next time.

John Pickworth said...

Looking forward to hearing how you handled the new Minister for Blogging....

I've previously commented on this matter on Iain Dale's post: Hazel Blears on Blogging

We need to stamp on this threat to free speech before if gets out of hand. And if we're not careful, it will... and quicker than you think.

I have contacts within the Malaysian blogging community and have watched with dismay over the past two years as the Government there first began to tut tut, then complain in Parliament, then resort to the Courts and then finally used their version of our Terrorism Act to intern and thus silence their online critics.

But surely we're not that extreme here? Mmmmm, are you sure about that? Seems to me we're following a similar track.

Leg-iron said...

I would take my hat off to you, but it's hiding my face and that can only be a good thing.

some english bloke said...

Congratulations OH for taking such a stand and shame on me for not being there with you.

m. mouse esq (dec'd) said...

Just popped in to say Well Done.

Since certain "authorities" seem to be rather perturbed in particular by your facial adornments, may I suggest you have another stroll in the winter sunshine - very bracing at around noon - in the near future but wearing abundantly available Mickey Mouse masks.

Just to test the boundaries like....

Womble On Tour said...

Well done, OH...fantastic effort.

Can you bring us up-to-date with what the bastards did ? There was some confusion on Guido as to whether Blunkett's tossers can actually arrest people - is that what happened ? Did they ask you for your papers ? Did you refuse to give you identity ? Did you get taken away ? Did they lock you up ? Are you due in court ? Did they strip search you ? (Actually I probably don't want to know the answer to the last one).

Fenrir said...

Well done folks, I appreciate your efforts in exposing the horrendous totalitarianism this country is descending into.

Custard said...

Womble, we weren't arrested but we were each searched and issued a Form 5090(X) stating we had been searched under Section 44 of the Terrorism Act 2002. No identities were given.

And OH, that Sam Smith's bitter, whilst being cheap, has given me the right shits today.

Old Holborn said...

Pissing rusty water out of your arse?

Should have done what the Beast did after he found out we had a whip going and stuck to double 18 year old malts, the bastard

Dick Puddlecote said...

Custard: Twas paint stripper alreet.

Womble: If you're at the Wycombe game on Monday, I could bring my Form5090(X) with me for your perusal, front bar. ;-)

Snowolf said...

Well I had the cider, and my arse is fine, thank you very much.

Giolla said...

Good to meet so many fine people at yesterdays little jaunt. The few picks I took are here.

Sorry for the poor quality, tricky things cameras.

Trixy said...

Well done guys, sorry I couldn't join you but it was one of those days...

Next year I will be there. In a burqa as you recommended.

AngryDave said...

Pcso's have no power to stop and search unless they are accompanied by a police officer, and sec.44 can only be used for periods of time and in places, that have to be set out in advance, by people of considerable rank. I dont know if this is any different within the area of the the houses of parliment.
If people hiding their faces are a danger, then why do they not stop every muslim who is wandering around with their face covered.

It is because of this kind of bullshit that i left the police!
The police have gradualy become the labour party fingermen.

Ratings and Recommendations by outbrain

LinkWithin

Related Posts with Thumbnails