Just Stop Oil protests

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These clowns do my head in and it won't be long before one of them gets a good kicking.

Does anyone actually support their methods of protest?
 
Did the Wimbledon fans throw strawberries at them? Do that at a football or test match and they will get a shoeing.
 
Throwing confetti is fairly mild form of protest.

I would have loved it if he'd dropped his shorts and mooned the crowd with an orange-painted arse.
 
Did the Wimbledon fans throw strawberries at them? Do that at a football or test match and they will get a shoeing.
I thought it strange, they usually throw orange powder or paint, but at Wimbledon it was confetti and jigsaw pieces, obviously easier to clean up, did they not want to upset the Toffs?
 
Apologies if a thread already exists, but couldn't see one

These clowns do my head in and it won't be long before one of them gets a good kicking.

Does anyone actually support their methods of protest?
Meh. Yeah sort of, until it affects me and my pursuit of leisure.

Think the suffragettes pissed a few off when they chucked themselves in front of horses, or whatever it was. Although you could argue that there are other ways of getting a message across in these connected days. The media control the message though and it seems to defeat the object if we here more about the protesters and the impact they have on ordinary folk going about their daily business rather than the message they are trying to get across.

Just stop oil? Maybe. Are we sure it isn't a front for the desperate red tops who think by stopping oil they will put an end to our march to world domination?
 
I thought it strange, they usually throw orange powder or paint, but at Wimbledon it was confetti and jigsaw pieces, obviously easier to clean up, did they not want to upset the Toffs?
There was tight security, searching people before allowing entry so, they bought the jigsaw from the Wimbledon gift shops after entry.
 
i support their aims.

they have the right protest. not sure they have chosen the best ways, but not i may well be wrong

the public deffo do not have the right to give them a good kicking
I agree, they have a right to protest, but they have no right to disturb the population in the way they do.

If they were stopping you rushing a loved one to A&E with a life threatening injury, would you think otherwise?
 
I'm surprised they haven't been in touch with the Glazers Out mob who stormed the rag gift shop last week and have effectively led to new ownership at the swamp. They can advise on how to carry out a protest!
 

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