999: TENT, TENT, TENT.
DAY 4087: FRIDAY AUGUST 10TH 2012.
If you ever need the police, it is probably quickest to say you have ....tents...
We have noticed that brings the police running to .... Parliament Square.
After listening to the corrupt hiding away in their courts.
Enter stage left: Neil. Everyone loves Neil. I love Neil :)
Oh dear. A tent. On Boris' precious grass. Actually Parliament Square belongs to the people and Boris is just our gardener. Unfortunately, while Boris can get quite uppity about his grass, he is a complete pillock when it comes to caring for his fellow human being.
(sacrificial tent generously donated by a campaigner who had just finished travelling around pemrokeshire)
And so they come at night to...terrorise...the people.
It's not called policing by consent.
Along with Private security (C.UK) led by (I'll be blunt) a peroxide bitch who is indifferent to the suffering of her fellow human being.
I think you'll find it is a reasonable excuse to be upholding the law to try to stop war crimes.
Call me Dave arrives...to check out Neil.
I think they'll be hard pushed to get a conviction over someone upholding law to prevent war crimes. Makes you think ....that they would even want to. Rather reveals what fascist times we live in.
There's a time limit on members of the public upholding the law, where the state will not, is there ? Really ??
(Pink ski trousers kindly donated by Ed from Hounslow)
So for a fiver you can get a tent, put it on Boris' grass, spend an hour with police, without getting arrested, (unless your name is Babs ) and a day in court, explaining, that you are in fact upholding the law, to prevent war crimes.
It's impossible to say that is not a reasonable excuse to be peacefully campaigning in Parliament Square, when you can.
After all, Law is 24/7.
If loads of people peacefully challenged the far from legal system in this way, it would not be long before it imploded :) and people's lives could be saved.
DIY VIDEO TO FOLLOW.