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Just driven along the seafront and the barriers are already up with significant numbers of police and the gravy train f*ckers haven't even arrived.

According to our local rag no link yet but 1000 protesters are expected but up to 1000 police will be drafted in :lol: . The security operation will be called "Operation Otter". The last one I went along to there were more police than people, constabularies from Kent, Hampshire, Surrey probably all on double time.

You couldn't get anywhere near the ****ers anyway. They were all standing on balconies of the best hotels looking down their noses and laughing at us, no wonder now when you think of all the wealth they've manged to accumulate for themselves.

The town will grind to a standstill all because that shower of sh!te is coming to town. Why can't they go to Birmingham, Dudley Barnsley anywhere but here.

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Other than the Iraq war, have we had any proper mass protests lately? Really, 1000 people is hardly overwhelming. People don't seem to hate Brown in the way they hated Thatcher, they just feel he is a bit disappointing and a hopeless leader.

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Where are the IRA when you need them?

Do they have a Paypal address?

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People don't seem to hate Brown in the way they hated Thatcher...

Lots of people hate him just as intensely, but they have more to lose by opening protesting against him. The kind of people who are most likely to hate Brown are well educated and in professional jobs: in short, the kind of people for whom being arrested for a public order offence (even a minor one) could have a seriously detrimental effect on their career and/or social status. Most of those who protested against Thatcher were poorly educated; many were unemployed, and those in work were unlikely to take a job security or social status hit by acquiring a criminal record for minor offences.

Labour have been very clever at crushing overt expressions of dissent. Thank goodness we still have the secret ballot.

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Lots of people hate him just as intensely, but they have more to lose by opening protesting against him. The kind of people who are most likely to hate Brown are well educated and in professional jobs: in short, the kind of people for whom being arrested for a public order offence (even a minor one) could have a seriously detrimental effect on their career and/or social status.

Apathetic whingers more like. Peaceful protest is a right, not a public order offence.

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Apathetic whingers more like. Peaceful protest is a right, not a public order offence.

Labour are increasingly treating peaceful protest as a public order offence, when it's against them and/or their supporters or policies. Like I said, they have been very clever at suppressing dissent.

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Labour are increasingly treating peaceful protest as a public order offence, when it's against them and/or their supporters or policies. Like I said, they have been very clever at suppressing dissent.

Foot based voting is the only thing these ******ing people understand.

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The town will grind to a standstill all because that shower of sh!te is coming to town. Why can't they go to Birmingham, Dudley Barnsley anywhere but here.

Nimby! (though my parents, who live in Brighton, are also well pissed off at the crap you have to put up with)

I guess it would be a Very Good Time for (comedian) Mark Thomas to visit Brighton and collect material. Silver linings, and all that.

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Labour have been very clever at crushing overt expressions of dissent. Thank goodness we still have the secret ballot.

We don't.

Your voter card number is written on the ballot paper stub.

The ballot papers come in tear-off books of 100. Each paper is numbered. The numbers are printed on the paper and on the book/stub. As they tear the ballot paper out of the book, they write your card number on the stub. This is in case anyone "writes anything illegal on the ballot paper".

While people might say it would be hard to match them all up by hand, the ballot stubs could easily be unstappled and fed through a sheet-fed ocr scanner. Modern ocr software can easily cope with handwritten number... ask the royal mail and their OCR poscode readers. So you OCR the ballot stubs and use off-the-shelf digital vote counting machines to read in the ballot paper number and which party the vote was for.

The whole process for a medium sized seat, say 30k votes, could probably be done by 1 person with the right specialist equipment (Available for next day delivery) in about a day. All you'de need was access to the ballot paper and stubs, by, for example, sneaknig in to the office on a sunday. Alternatively, a trained data inputter could probably 30k records in about a week, although accuracy wont be as good. (It's made easier for the inputter by having the balot paper number being continuous.

Then all you need to do is put the 2 tables (stubs and balllot paper data) into and access database along with a copy of the voter card number table from the electoral role, join the 3 tables together in a query, select criteria of "Vote=LibDem or Vote=BNP" and bobs your uncle, a list of people to remove from the voting card list a few weeks before the next election. (You can vote without a card, but most people wouldn't want the hassle of the argument and simply wouldn't bother... I mean... it's just 1 vote isn't it!)

Or a handy list to pass to friends to arrange a special pre-election campaign visit, to encourage them to vote the right way.

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Brighton is a Labour stronghold so there won't be many against the Government. The PM is still seen by many to be the greatest Chancellor of the Excecher Britain has seen.

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The ballot papers come in tear-off books of 100. Each paper is numbered. The numbers are printed on the paper and on the book/stub. As they tear the ballot paper out of the book, they write your card number on the stub. This is in case anyone "writes anything illegal on the ballot paper".

I'm already thinking about waht to write on my spoiled vote. "Vive La Revolution!", or something like that.

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Just driven along the seafront and the barriers are already up with significant numbers of police and the gravy train f*ckers haven't even arrived.

According to our local rag no link yet but 1000 protesters are expected but up to 1000 police will be drafted in :lol: . The security operation will be called "Operation Otter". The last one I went along to there were more police than people, constabularies from Kent, Hampshire, Surrey probably all on double time.

You couldn't get anywhere near the ****ers anyway. They were all standing on balconies of the best hotels looking down their noses and laughing at us, no wonder now when you think of all the wealth they've manged to accumulate for themselves.

The town will grind to a standstill all because that shower of sh!te is coming to town. Why can't they go to Birmingham, Dudley Barnsley anywhere but here.

Won't make a blind bit of difference.. you could have a protest with 600,000 and they still wouldn't listen

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Other than the Iraq war, have we had any proper mass protests lately? Really, 1000 people is hardly overwhelming. People don't seem to hate Brown in the way they hated Thatcher, they just feel he is a bit disappointing and a hopeless leader.

I think there are millions who despise Brown for more than Thatcher.........in truth I think most of those more inclined to protest however come from the left and are in many cases still in denial about just how disastrous the representatives of the 'working mans party' have been for the UK.

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Brighton is a Labour stronghold so there won't be many against the Government. The PM is still seen by many to be the greatest Chancellor of the Excecher Britain has seen.

No, all Brighton seats are marginal:

Brighton Kemptown will probably go Con

Brighton Pavilion will probably go Green

Hove will most likely go Con.

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Other than the Iraq war, have we had any proper mass protests lately? Really, 1000 people is hardly overwhelming. People don't seem to hate Brown in the way they hated Thatcher, they just feel he is a bit disappointing and a hopeless leader.

excuse me I f*cking hate him with a passion, taxed to death given to the feckless and he ruined the countries economy. He couldn't feck off sooner for me.

The reason why people don't feel more strongly is because the masses are thick, they will clue in when the bills come in.

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I'm already thinking about waht to write on my spoiled vote. "Vive La Revolution!", or something like that.

naah something a little more blunt needed me thinks.

Like............

'fu ck you c*nts'

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Lots of people hate him just as intensely, but they have more to lose by opening protesting against him. The kind of people who are most likely to hate Brown are well educated and in professional jobs: in short, the kind of people for whom being arrested for a public order offence (even a minor one) could have a seriously detrimental effect on their career and/or social status. Most of those who protested against Thatcher were poorly educated; many were unemployed, and those in work were unlikely to take a job security or social status hit by acquiring a criminal record for minor offences.

Labour have been very clever at crushing overt expressions of dissent. Thank goodness we still have the secret ballot.

Yes Mrs Thatcher is so hated that she regularly wins or comes second in best PM of the 20th Century polls.

Outside the brainwashed ranks of die hard socialists and the left wing media, Mrs Thatcher was extremely popular

That's why the British people voted her into power 3 times.

History will be very kind to Mrs T, Brown on the other hand will go down in history as the worst Chancellor AND the worst Prime Minister this country ever had.

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Lots of people hate him just as intensely, but they have more to lose by opening protesting against him. The kind of people who are most likely to hate Brown are well educated and in professional jobs: in short, the kind of people for whom being arrested for a public order offence (even a minor one) could have a seriously detrimental effect on their career and/or social status. Most of those who protested against Thatcher were poorly educated; many were unemployed, and those in work were unlikely to take a job security or social status hit by acquiring a criminal record for minor offences.

Labour have been very clever at crushing overt expressions of dissent. Thank goodness we still have the secret ballot.

Secret ballot dream on .

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