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PROTEST

they think they have brushed it aside with Mr Murray's 'Q & A'. Next stage needs to be aggressive and dangerous. It's not the Charlton way but worked for Liege. It's a matter of when not if they go but we need to speed it up as the damage to our club will soon become irreparable
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    Dangerous??
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    What are you suggesting?
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    edited January 2016
    been warned off!
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    I'm being spammed by RD, sponsored link #callbrussels!!!!!!!!!!
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    edited January 2016
    Throw our flasks, blankets and scarfs at them
    That will get our intentions noticed
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    Brussle Sprouts ?
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    The protest should be a boycott for a game and we all go to Ebbsfleet!,
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    Dangerous in what sense
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    The protest should be a boycott for a game and we all go to Ebbsfleet!,

    That is dangerous
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    seth plum said:

    No one, including me anymore...I have stupidly been suggesting stuff..., no one ought to write in a public forum what the next level of protest ought to be.
    In the Art of War it says engage your enemies at a time and a place of your choosing, not their choosing.
    The fact that Fraeye and Miere snuck out of Colchester hidden in a laundry basket is an indicator that protest can work.
    Two matches in a row that Katrien has slithered away, bit of a far cry from cheerily travelling on the train with the fans.

    In laundry basket the pair of them,your are kidding me.
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    I can see this getting nasty. Strength of feeling is at boiling point.
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    seth plum said:

    No one, including me anymore...I have stupidly been suggesting stuff..., no one ought to write in a public forum what the next level of protest ought to be.
    In the Art of War it says engage your enemies at a time and a place of your choosing, not their choosing.
    The fact that Fraeye and Miere snuck out of Colchester hidden in a laundry basket is an indicator that protest can work.
    Two matches in a row that Katrien has slithered away, bit of a far cry from cheerily travelling on the train with the fans.

    Is that a joke? Or did they really sneak out like that?

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    seth plum said:

    seth plum said:

    No one, including me anymore...I have stupidly been suggesting stuff..., no one ought to write in a public forum what the next level of protest ought to be.
    In the Art of War it says engage your enemies at a time and a place of your choosing, not their choosing.
    The fact that Fraeye and Miere snuck out of Colchester hidden in a laundry basket is an indicator that protest can work.
    Two matches in a row that Katrien has slithered away, bit of a far cry from cheerily travelling on the train with the fans.

    In laundry basket the pair of them,your are kidding me.
    My understanding is that the kit man backed the mini bus up to a side entrance, and katrien and Karel made a dash for the open doors, and quickly dived into a laundry basket (there may have been two) to get quickly away down the A12. the minibus doesn't have blacked out windows you see. To be fair I understand the kit man pulled off at the first opportunity and then allowed Katrien and Karel to travel in the front seat with him.

    This is the stuff for the phone in's.

    Fuck me I'd of loved to have been that driver, I'd still be driving them as far as humanly possible away from SE7 as we speak.
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    seth plum said:

    seth plum said:

    No one, including me anymore...I have stupidly been suggesting stuff..., no one ought to write in a public forum what the next level of protest ought to be.
    In the Art of War it says engage your enemies at a time and a place of your choosing, not their choosing.
    The fact that Fraeye and Miere snuck out of Colchester hidden in a laundry basket is an indicator that protest can work.
    Two matches in a row that Katrien has slithered away, bit of a far cry from cheerily travelling on the train with the fans.

    In laundry basket the pair of them,your are kidding me.
    My understanding is that the kit man backed the mini bus up to a side entrance, and katrien and Karel made a dash for the open doors, and quickly dived into a laundry basket (there may have been two) to get quickly away down the A12. the minibus doesn't have blacked out windows you see. To be fair I understand the kit man pulled off at the first opportunity and then allowed Katrien and Karel to travel in the front seat with him.

    This is the stuff for the phone in's.

    Incredible stuff.

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    I think if you are going to do something dangerous you should
    A: not put anyone at risk of serious harm, including yourself
    B: not publicise it in advance.
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    edited January 2016
    So I've had a bath, returned, but the original poster still isn't suggesting what kind of protest they will be leading.

    I guess we all go on message boards and write PROTEST in all-caps instead, because maybe that's all they meant to do.
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    edited January 2016
    he is practicing parking the minibus for the next game!!!!
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    Think the Blackburn protest should be before the game, earlier than others have been, say 2pm, and we need some megaphones to intensify the noise.
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    Kafka,Get out of my club,and nichorob + others ?

    The choice is clear ?

    You Cross the line, and we have only 2 % Demonstrating.

    We crank it up a bit from last time, and we have Not only the whole of the British media on our side but 50% at least of our fan base.
    seth plum said:

    No one, including me anymore...I have stupidly been suggesting stuff..., no one ought to write in a public forum what the next level of protest ought to be.
    In the Art of War it says engage your enemies at a time and a place of your choosing, not their choosing.
    The fact that Fraeye and Miere snuck out of Colchester hidden in a laundry basket is an indicator that protest can work.
    Two matches in a row that Katrien has slithered away, bit of a far cry from cheerily travelling on the train with the fans.

    The last time i saw that was watch with mother;

    Andy Pandy and Lubby loo.

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    seth plum said:

    They turned the PA up before the Forest game to drown out the protests outside the West Stand that could be heard inside the ground.
    The boycott ought to have a massive presence of supporters back there throughout the game, because they can't play the PA system during the match.

    I'd be up for that but we need a couple of thousand outside to ensure we are heard.

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    Make a human blockade for the player coach?
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