Pro and anti milkshake throwing


Independent, Guardian, the police, all four TV channels, all radio, the left, Remainer Tories, other Remainers – Labour, Greens, socialists, businesses like Burger King.


Deplorables, Breitbart, most social media, majority of the 17.4 million, some Tories, Blair [interestingly], some other pollies.

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The milkshaking is one thing and that’s been covered but what of the EC decision to descend on Brexit HQ two days before the vote when the party is out on the hustings?  No other party investigated of course.

It is so bizarrely biased that one wonders if the BP itself did not set this up.  And Brown weighing in on it.  I bet the Donald is looking across the pond at the whole thing with great interest, eyebrows arched.

And the stacked EC itself, just like a BBC panel – the impunity of the unethical behaviour is jawdropping – no pretence of impartiality in the least.

So, Tommy taken out of the game, Nigel the new victim of Remain thuggery – he sweeps in … and then?

6 comments for “Pro and anti milkshake throwing

  1. rapscallion
    May 21, 2019 at 09:55

    The BP invited the EC in last week to check all their donations etc. They were given a clean bill of health by the EC, but would not put it in writing when asked to do so by a BP solicitor. Now, why is that?

    So yesterday it was eggs, today it is milkshake, and tomorrow? Acid?

    It has to stop. Decent, civil people don’t do stuff like this. Anybody who does this should feel the full weight of the law.

    • May 21, 2019 at 10:22

      Yes, it’s the law doing it.

    • Bill
      May 21, 2019 at 11:16

      Why not?
      Why liability of course.

      As for the milk shake nonsense, as far back as I can recall (mid to late seventies) eggs, preferably rotten eggs, where chucked at the pollie crew by disgruntled, disgusted people or to cynical old me, by placemen.

      Tom woz ere and it went like this.
      Tom and his minders turn up in the town square and miraculously (not really) the local rag turns up snaps a couple of photo’s of Tom shaking a bewildered oldish lady’s hand and tweets them out on the rags twitter feed.

      Announcing ‘game’ on for the local and not at all local, nutters to come out and ‘protest’. Later that afternoon the Tom truck turned up and his crew built a stage of sorts backed by a huge ‘Vote Tom’ poster on the side of the truck and put in a sound system.
      Plod or at least people wearing police uniform appeared as did the local trades union nutters, local labour council nutters numbering about forty in total, and some anti fascist organisation representatives of which there are none in the town so they were either dropped off by ‘plod’ on their way in, got a call and sped here in motors or were sat having a fag on a mini bus somewhere nearby until they were ‘called in’
      In truth outnumbered by the ‘plod presence’ which the local rag commenters informed us were ‘from outside the area’, so not locals either then!

      Meanwhile Toms supporters, and curious people no doubt, had swelled to be three or four times the amount so around 160 plus people.

      Tom tried to speak into his sound system which was pretty crap as the chanting and counter chanting drowned him out. One lady ‘carrying a milkshake’ (shocker) was escorted away from the stage area by ‘police officers’

      Then it was all over and everyone went on their merry way to do it all again the next day in a different town.

      • May 21, 2019 at 13:35

        Marvellously evenhanded – you love TR I can see.

      • Distant Relative
        May 21, 2019 at 14:00

        Something like that happened with that Soubry ? woman and was caught on camera – vid on YT I think?

        All the world’s a stage

        Time to exit Stage Right.

        • Distant Relative
          May 21, 2019 at 16:16

          I have no horse in this race but I was pondering a couple of things.

          1. Has TR changed his name by deed-poll from Stephen Yaxley-Lennon?

          2. If not and he is standing as an MEP what name is he using on the ballot paper?
          2a. If it is “Tommy Robinson” on the ballot-paper is it valid?
          3. If it is “Stephen Yaxley Lennon” on the ballot paper is he letting his potential voters know?
          3. If the answer to #1 is yes, disregard #2/2a/3

          Can’t find anything on #1 after a cursory look.

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