July 13, 2016
The Nazi activists in question.
You might think that protesting is useless. And that’s true for the liberal protesters who whine about “tuition fees” or “the environment.” That’s useless because these people are weak and useless, and the government knows it. They already knew their policies would offend people in the public, and they didn’t care.
But Nationalists protesting refugee settlements are an entirely different beast altogether. The government doesn’t expect real resistance to the brown invasion. The government bureaucrats believe everyone is scared stiff of being called “racists.”
These protests scare them.
And fear leads these pencil pushers to do our bidding.
Sidcup locals have blasted fellow residents over a “vile” and “hateful” protest which led to the eviction of over 20 asylum seekers.
The Home Office moved three refugees into a property in Penhill Road last Thursday, which was not approved by Bexley Council.
Without giving any notice to the council or residents, more followed over the weekend and it resulted in a demonstration being held outside their home on Sunday.
But, other neighbours claim inappropriate comments were made during the hour-long protest.
Nicky Lennon, 38, of Eynsford Crescent, Bexley, said: “I heard that many of the people involved are claiming this as a victory.
“I wonder how many of those who turned up to protest had been involved in spreading the message of hate that I saw being shared freely and without shame across social media the previous day?”
Oh noes, they be spreading the message of hate!
She added: “I was there in support of the refugees and we were confronted with comments from the protesters describing these refugees as would-be rapists and terrorists.
“The crowd were shouting ‘save our children’ and ‘save our streets’ – some of their comments in the run up to the protest and on the day were vile and full of hate and ignorance.”
Met Police have since confirmed that they are investigating “concerning” comments made on social media regarding the asylum seekers.
You bein’ ignorant towards people from socio-culturally disadvantaged minorities, bro?
Another resident, Anashua Davies, 41, of Carlton Road, Sidcup, expressed her shock at the “intimidating” nature of the protest.
BTW, what kind of name is Anashua?
“Why is there an automatic assumption that you are suddenly not safe? People were being vile and very intimidating.”
When contacted by News Shopper, Bexley Council confirmed the asylum seekers had been removed from the property.
Officials have also demanded a further meeting with the Home Office to ensure a situation like this does not happen again.
In other words, this protest was pretty hardcore. Liberals cried big salty tears at all of the “ignorance,” the “insensitivity,” and the “racism.” They god the cops to “investigate” the mean words that were said.
And then caved in to all of our demands.
I’m feeling real warm and fuzzy inside. Is this… Love? Or it it the sweet feeling of total victory? All I know is, I want more of this feeling.