Statue of protester
Started: 15th Jul 2020 at 12:10
Last edited by firefox: 15th Jul 2020 at 12:11:39
The bames believe they have carte blanche about what comes and goes these days, rip it down and throw it in the harbour and while you're at it throw Mandela's statue in the Thames.
Replied: 15th Jul 2020 at 13:43
Replied: 15th Jul 2020 at 16:17
hope they rip it down
Replied: 15th Jul 2020 at 18:12
Tip a tin of white paint over it
Replied: 15th Jul 2020 at 18:42
Ye gods..what a larf......many years ago...do you remember when they included the token black person as an inclusion..adverts on tv etc ? How times have changed .
Replied: 15th Jul 2020 at 20:03
just watched this on the News, The lady they put up was at her Dads house, Her Dad was proud to have her being picked for the statue and said,
" Don't make enemy's of the country that feed you, and this Country has fed me "
They should should have made a statue of him, an honest working man who came from a poor country to improve his life and get wages because he worked,
Replied: 15th Jul 2020 at 20:18
Last edited by tomplum: 15th Jul 2020 at 20:20:45
It is not an officially sanctioned statue, and the local authority said they had no prior knowledge of it going to be put there, and the sculpture was sculpted by a white man.
The culprits say it is not intended for the statue to be there permanently, and the intention is that it will be put in the same museum as the statue which was chucked in the river, and then fished out ....
Question though, was the black power fist not banned at one time or other ?
I actually think as statues go, it is a good statue, I like it, as regards this whole BLM thing, it has gone over the top, and I don't like history being whitewashed (no pun intended) we were all taught at school about the slave trade and how wrong it was, but it is part of our history, a bad part of our history, but it is our HISTORY
I think ALM doo yoo know what that means
Replied: 15th Jul 2020 at 21:00
course we dooo, but its spelt, ALE numbnuts
Replied: 15th Jul 2020 at 21:13
"we were all taught at school about the slave trade and how wrong it was"
Or how wrong it still is, not forgetting that white people have been used in slavery as long as black people. But that wouldn't fit the narrative.
Put a colour in front of it and you are the racist.
Replied: 16th Jul 2020 at 08:11
Last edited by firefox: 16th Jul 2020 at 08:20:42
Replied: 16th Jul 2020 at 08:19
Slavery was and is wrong, and we or should I say I was taught that at skool, and at the Maritime Mewseum in Liverpool, they had a brilliant exhibition about the slave trade and Liverpool's part in it, I don't know if it is still there, but it depicted a slave ship and how horrific it was, but it was history, it did not celebrate it.
Replied: 16th Jul 2020 at 08:33
Africa's part "in it" was just as complicit. The white slaves were, of course, given first class tickets to their destinations.
Replied: 16th Jul 2020 at 08:39
Replied: 16th Jul 2020 at 08:40
The Mayor of Bristol says the local people need to decide to future of the plinth. so the plastic statue was removed earlier. To a bloody museum!
Google the "sculptor" (3d printer operator) Mark Quinn and his elitist "White privilege" background for more hypocrisy.
Replied: 16th Jul 2020 at 09:02
Only being stored at the museum till the owner collects it....charge him for the removal and storage ...just like impounded cars ????
Replied: 16th Jul 2020 at 09:31
So it was 3d print, well that must be why it is so good, and surely the lady must have been scanned by a 3d laser, to get the 3d aspect of it so accurate.
Replied: 16th Jul 2020 at 09:31
"So it was 3d print, well that must be why it is so good, and surely the lady must have been scanned by a 3d laser, to get the 3d aspect of it so accurate."
Paid for by "White privileged" Mark Quinn. Plastic is a good medium to use. Very appropriate.
Replied: 16th Jul 2020 at 09:59
I was hoping some Bristolian resident would put a p... pot on the statues yed. Ah well perhaps next time.
Replied: 16th Jul 2020 at 13:28
These people cause racism....
Replied: 16th Jul 2020 at 15:39
When the cameras were there, she went and knelt in front of the statue of her and raised her fist in a black panther salute. A narcissistic racist.
Replied: 16th Jul 2020 at 15:52
3d Printing is the answer for the statues at Wigan Pier, the council should 'commission' a 3d sculptor to re doo the statues
Start off with some real life models dressed and made up as 'wretches' poverty-stricken Wiganers from Faggy Lane and Little London.
Scan the models with a 3d laser and print them out using that plastic resin stuff, and then paint them and the beauty of it is that if some scumbag chops off the head of a statues, then you can just print another head for it
Replied: 16th Jul 2020 at 17:05
More peaceful protesting last evening, courtesy of the BLM movement
Replied: 18th Jul 2020 at 12:11
It occurs too me, and I would like to put this before yoo, but are yoo by any chance a racist
Replied: 18th Jul 2020 at 12:55
As much as you are a spellist.
Many of the people at these rallies are white, if you bothered to look.
Replied: 18th Jul 2020 at 13:12
Those are not white, they are anarchists, they jump on any bandwagon which will allows them to cause mayhem
Replied: 18th Jul 2020 at 13:43
A lot of this protesting has nothing to do with BLM, Socialist Action group's have got on board. I spotted one of their banners on I think the first weekend statue removing. The action group were formerly known as Militant. One placard said, Black Lives Matter at the top, underneath it said, Jobs for all, Houses for all. Then there's the anorchists who will do anything for a riot
Replied: 18th Jul 2020 at 13:53
What colour are the anarchists?
Replied: 18th Jul 2020 at 13:54