Heh

June 1st, 2012 at 12:00 pm by David Farrar

I suspect the cops laughed also.

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19 Responses to “Heh”

  1. kowtow (7,651 comments) says:

    how can that be funny?

    Cops need to know, generally in the west, to facilitate peaceful protest and to minimise disruption to the rest of society.

    So a big fuck off to the froggie entitled students.

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  2. Daigotsu (450 comments) says:

    Nothing funny about that. It just shows the students want to live in a society wiht no laws where they can et what they want through violence and intimidation.

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  3. RRM (9,475 comments) says:

    The students’ sense of entitlement to go where they like on public roads is simply staggering!

    The hypocrisy of the left, eh? :lol:

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  4. stephen (4,063 comments) says:

    “The students’ sense of entitlement to go where they like on public roads is simply staggering! ”

    Well, they are *marching* on the roads rather than driving on them as god intended.

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  5. kowtow (7,651 comments) says:

    Public roads,that’s right,the public ,who pay for them have a right to use them without these pricks causing any disruption or obsttuction.

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  6. Longknives (4,467 comments) says:

    Yawn!
    The ‘Fuck Da Police’ attitude- how very original.
    Reminds me of that Tiki Taane idiot repeatedly trying to sell himself as New Zealand’s own ruthless ‘Gangsta Rapper’.. all the while selling out by doing super cheesey TV ads that your grandma loves while watching Coro Street…
    What a Twat.

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  7. gazzmaniac (2,317 comments) says:

    Ha ha I thought it was funny.

    List of this post’s fun police so far:
    kowtow
    Daigotsu
    Longknives

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  8. Weihana (4,496 comments) says:

    kowtow (1,856) Says:
    June 1st, 2012 at 12:44 pm

    Public roads,that’s right,the public ,who pay for them have a right to use them without these pricks causing any disruption or obsttuction.

    Interesting… suddenly “the public” is defined as a subset of the population which excludes those who wish to protest. I’ve read estimates of 150,000 protesters and some even higher. In any case a very large number of people who suddenly find themselves not part of “the public” according to kowtow.

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  9. Daigotsu (450 comments) says:

    I’d rather be the fun police than the fun students.

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  10. hmmokrightitis (1,514 comments) says:

    Funny, without being nasty, good for them. I lol’d, but then maybe thats because I have a sense of humour…

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  11. kowtow (7,651 comments) says:

    Once you take part in an organised protest,be it lawful or unlawful, in a public place you are no longer a member of the public ,you are a protester.

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  12. krazykiwi (9,189 comments) says:

    Ha ha ha. Quite funny. Now, if I were the cops, my response would be advise them to keep to the planned route, or expect arrests

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  13. The Scorned (719 comments) says:

    It is funny. The lefty wankers on the tit aren’t…but this is…..get over it you anal retentive conservative shits.

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  14. calendar girl (1,176 comments) says:

    I laughed. Good to see students with a sense of humour. Protesting students often become far too intense.

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  15. french (7 comments) says:

    I laughed also. Students are perfectly entitled to protest.

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  16. Luc Hansen (4,573 comments) says:

    Students are perfectly entitled to protest.

    Sadly, increasingly, the reponse to that statement is “No, they are not.”

    I contrast coverage of today’s protests in Auckland, and the eagerness of the police to provoke confrontations, with my experiences in 1971/2. We used to do Friday night sitdowns at the Queen St/Wellesley St intersection three or four times a year, and attracted little police attention – their efforts were mainly directed towards rerouting traffic.

    And in Canada, in response to the student protests against massive fees increases (not as massive as in Britain, just before the riots) the right wing government responded with enacting draconian restrictions on protest activity, so restrictive that lawyers took to the streets to protest the new laws.

    I hope the police take a leaf out of the Wisconsin police’s tactics during their recent protests and join the protestors!

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  17. lilman (892 comments) says:

    Shit and how will we come up with such gems with 3 more in a class.
    Teachers are a bunch of cockblocks

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  18. Sean (299 comments) says:

    I was a post grad in Montreal for a year. No student will walk that far. Too many bars.

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  19. dog_eat_dog (743 comments) says:

    This will be funny as hell if they march that route.

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