How can anyone object to a peaceful protest against radical Islam?

Unless they're a radical Islamist that is. "You had people burning the Union flag. People were being kicked - some of them weren't anything to do with the protests. It all seemed to be very systematic - groups were arriving in cars and getting involved in the violence."

Asked By: Patriot Paul - 8/10/2009
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Anybody who dares stand up to the Muslims and questions their way of looking at things is going to be labelled racist and fascist, but who cares? It is turning into a joke, albeit a very bad one for this country. Name-calling is a tired old tactic of the media... More
Answered By: Pride - 8/10/2009
Additional Answers (18)
I agree with you Paul.
Answered By: Dr Hook! - 8/10/2009
Protesting a philosophy seems counter-productive, unless of course, you're actually doing more than simply complaining about a person's beliefs. Seems a strange reason to give up ones daily tasks... motivated by something beyond philosophical curiosity. Hatred perhaps?
Answered By: Bleak - 8/10/2009
I agree and I honestly think it is OK to protest against ordinary non radical Islam as well( if such a thing exists), surely we real British can determine who and what nationality of people should be allowed to come to the UK... More
Answered By: mike UK - 8/10/2009
"You had people burning the Union flag." That sounds rather provocative? Remember though we should appreciate this diversity and it did make the day very vibrant. It's nice to know what some people think about the country that they live in.
Answered By: New Labour Voter - 8/10/2009
I totally agree with you, but you should know Paul that in this country the only thing you can protest against is the BNP!!!.
Answered By: joan k - 8/10/2009
i don't care what anyone thinks they need a rematch played by the rules they set
Answered By: celt - 8/10/2009
It's The same people who object to a peaceful parade of home coming troops some on crutches and injured marching quietly through their regimental town with heads held high to the applause of the locals. The UAF are full on puff pastry violentesque reactionary scum, they deserve to be taken out to a party where they'... More
Answered By: past help - 8/10/2009
It's interesting you have the article from the daily mail. Because up until the BNP legal department made a formal complaint and threatened the daily mail with legal action. The whole story was written from the perspective that the BNP were the main protagonists and had instigated the whole riot... More
Answered By: moses_the_lawgiver - 8/10/2009
Comes to something when this country has now become about choosing your side. Do you back our troops and respect them for the job they are ordered to do or do you support that lefty scum the UAF and their buddies the Muslims.
Answered By: Mr Sheepy is back again - 8/10/2009
You're quoting from the Daily Mail. The whole article has been written to make you ask this question. I suggest you read less inflammatory and biased newspapers in future.
Answered By: OWEN - 8/10/2009
I object to some football hooligans stirring up racial hatred... More
Answered By: Andrew W - 8/10/2009
When those who organise the protest are racist, Nazi thugs intent on scapegoating an entire section of society in pursuit of an immorally illegitimate political agenda while tacitly hoping to provoke violence... More
Answered By: shevek_v - 8/10/2009
I read the links but I'm having trouble reconciling the articles with the phrase 'peaceful protest... More
Answered By: callumiain2000 - 8/10/2009
these protesters showed their true colours and should have been arrested or sprayed with an indelible spray and picked up after their 'protest... More
Answered By: still feeling hot hot hot - 8/10/2009
The truth is the far leftist scum are much worse than the right wing. The Left make far too much tax payer money out of representing immigrants, legal or not, that come to the U.K in their millions. Look at all the legal aid and health care that is spent on's a multi billion pound industry all on the British... More
Answered By: BlackSheep - 8/10/2009
British people trying to protect their right to be british and getting beaten up for it......Does that really shock you Paul?....This is Britain mate. this country doesn't belong to us anymore. We have been sold out by parliament. all three main parties have opened the back door to a quiet Islamic invasion. Our... More
Answered By: Crow - 8/10/2009
if you want to protest against radical islam i would do that with you... More
Answered By: emad - 8/10/2009
A peaceful demo - by a bunch of football hooligans? Pull the other one - it's got bells on.
Answered By: potnoodle - 8/10/2009
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