Kaim Todner replaces Bindmans as St Paul's eviction deadline nears

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  • I'm all for freedom of speech and the right to protest, but Swampy and friends, "isn't it time to hit the road and park your tents outside one of the institutions that you are rising up against. St Pauls is such an easy target. If you want to make a real difference, pitch your tent outside that despot's palace in Syria. Nah, guessed not!". Mis-guided and mis-directed.

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  • It's quite difficult to get to syria.

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  • the full phrase is "pro bono publico" but I can't see there's much bono for the publico in these futile deadbeats infesting the area around st. pauls. I think there might be more than a bit of "bono" in it for Kaim Todner - there's plenty of far more deserving causes they could support but those don't attract the free publicity.

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  • Hmmm. Most would reckon the London Stock Exchange (which, despite the media furore, is where the protestors are aiming for) would be an entirely sensible target. Read properly.

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  • I hope that those complaining about the occupiers' current venue will visit the site and help prepare some imaginative nonviolent direct action techniques to enable to occupation to move a short distance to its intended target - the London Stock Exchange.
    Additionally, what have the occupiers' critics themselves been doing to help draw attention to the obscene inequalities of both wealth and power in this country? If any of you have better plans to deal with the situation, I'm sure the occupiers would love to hear from you - do call by.

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  • Just the usual - working hard, paying large amounts of tax, creating jobs ......

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