Bit of a sad comment the such a heavy police protection was needed
I'm not sure it was. There were 20,000 people enjoying taking part in the parade, some of whom spend a lot of time in the gym, not to mention all those female judo teachers and truck drivers - excuse the stereotypes - so nothing to fear from 30 or 40 pasty faced inadequates.
But I suppose those crippled by hatred are noted for using violence.
Sad but true. What sort of lives do those people have? What goes on in their heads? People just laugh at them.
Worth mentioning that thousands of people along the whole route, passers by on the pavement, staff and customers in shop doorways, people on the balconies of flats, football fans in town for the match wearing the national colours were waving, smiling and cheering us on.
he same sort of scum who pollute the streets of Warsaw on 11 November would doubtless come to 'defend' the bigots who tried to disrupt this year's parade
I can tell you right now which of the two events the police prefer to be on duty for.