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Polish hooligans attack London music festival


jon357 64 | 14,382    
28 Oct 2014  #1
This is sad. At least the police caught some of them and at least they aren't here in Poland. Some of these frustrated individuals just seem to like fighting:

On Saturday, a group of about 20 Polish far-right nationalists attacked the audience at a family event called Music Day, held in Tottenham's Markfield Park. It was billed as "an all day celebration of music in tandem with celebrations across the world" and seemed to have passed off peacefully enough, as you'd expect a family music festival to. However, as it was drawing to a close, a group of skinheads rushed the stage, assaulted several members of the crowd and events team, and left one man in hospital with stab wounds.

vice.com/en_uk/read/fascists-attacked-a-music-festival-in-tottenham-on-saturday


goofy_the_dog    
28 Oct 2014  #2
a) this is old
b) this is not what happened.

Antifa idiots attacked the Poles, it was a racially motivated attack prepared by the fringe radical left - The Antifa and the fascists from the 161 anarchist division but it was an Antifa bastard that drew a knife and stabbed one of my friends couple of times in the ribcage.

antifa has a good PR.
jon357 i know u like to troll, but this is insane, why bother to post on a polishforums.com if you are against us so much?

why would somebody enjoy watching a group of Polish men and women being beaten by some anarchist junkies?
What happened in Marksfield is a temat rzeka, but to explain it all would take waaay too long.

Members of the Anti-fascists spread the word that it were the Poles which attacked in Markfield. What had the people of antifa scared so much that they have decided to take the glass bottles and threw it at the Poles?

naszestrony.co.uk/uk/wielka-brytania/5108-poki-co-walcza-w-sieci-na-infografiki.html


  • idiots from antifa
OP jon357 64 | 14,382    
28 Oct 2014  #3
An amusing question, but at least you admit the dangers of organised far-right activity. These numpties may well be organising their dodgy stuff in the UK (immigrants against immigrants!) but the community can rest assured that the police are on top of the matter.
goofy_the_dog    
28 Oct 2014  #4
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British police are on top of their pay checks ;)
You dont live here so how could you know, you have willingfully abandoned Dear England.
Nah mate the police in this country are far from controlling anythign..
even with you limited mind.. you had roughly 200-300 people on both sides.. only 1 was caught.. where are the leftists thugs that have stabbed a Polish guy from the ZE????

cops control nothing especially in places like London
OP jon357 64 | 14,382    
28 Oct 2014  #5
You dont live here so how could you know, you have willingfully abandoned Dear England.

Willingfully?? Actually I'm there (and by there I do mean the part of London where the hooligans attacked the family music festival) every month. And yes, the police are on top of the matter.
goofy_the_dog    
28 Oct 2014  #6
goodeducate yourself about the Antifa and the 161 division.
OP jon357 64 | 14,382    
28 Oct 2014  #7
the Antifa and the 161 division.

Far preferable to the hooligans and you may notice that its those 'emigranci' that the good people of Tottenham don't want in their area.
Crow 143 | 7,407    
28 Oct 2014  #8
Polish hooligans attack London music festival

So, what? Look how English behave on Poles. Provoke and humiliate them in very opportunity
OP jon357 64 | 14,382    
28 Oct 2014  #9
In your imagination, Crowie.
smurf 39 | 1,983    
28 Oct 2014  #10
I think I read an update on that somewhere, they came back a week later and god their heads smashed in by the bobbies.
I'll try and dig out the link.


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