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Mark Field,UK MP and lowlife piece of filth.

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posted on Jun, 21 2019 @ 09:22 AM
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a reply to: Silcone Synapse

In that case good for her, it was probably the publicity she wanted instead. A good thing too. If I’d been in her position it would have been me getting charged for assault.




posted on Jun, 21 2019 @ 09:24 AM
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a reply to: Silcone Synapse

It is shameful and disgraceful, especially because it was unnecessary yet seemingly planned. I say that because he sits there watching her approach and timing his violent assault. He doesn't stand up to merely block her way -- which would have been very effective given the small space between the table and the column. Nor does he simply push his chair back and block her way. Both of which would have served to stop her -- but without resorting to violence and bodily harm. But nope. He waits until she's right next to him to literally ambush and physically assault her.

And I see nothing to indicate this was his job or responsibility, or any other valid reason for thinking violent force was the best option.... Other than the big man was soooooooo skeered that she might be armed. If he had whipped out a gun and shot her dead, there would still be folks making excuses because she might be dangerous.

Regardless of any investigation into his actions, his real fate lies in the court of public opinion. Let the chips fall where they may.



posted on Jun, 21 2019 @ 09:40 AM
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originally posted by: Freeborn
a reply to: Silcone Synapse

Come on now....it's not as if he was physically assaulting her or manhandling her.

What do you propose he do;
Ask her politely to leave?
Do nothing and let her rant and rave and disrupt the event?
Wait for the police to come and ask her very nicely to leave?

Its not as if she was choked, punched or her arm placed up her back and frog marched out the room.

I support her right to protest and I even agree with her to an extent about what she was protesting about but surely she must expect some sort of reaction and to be physically removed.

I know its slightly different but I worked doors for years....I understand the MP's reaction.



Wait for the police to come and ask her very nicely to leave?

Yes, that is how such an ambush, in this situation should be approached first. If she will not listen to reasonable words and requests it is for security to remove this woman. She did not appear to be a fysical threat to this man or the other guests. You could see at the face of this man he was seriously frustrated to see that woman appear and decided to act upon this emotional impulse.. Of course she should have expected to be thrown out the building and probably did...

Fortunately nobody got injured and the argument that she could have been carrying a weapon of some sort is a weak justification for the way this angry man removed this woman. If this would be considered a good argument for manhandeling the woman it would also be a good argument to shoot her or stabbing her with a desertknife....all actions to prevent her from using the weapon she is maybe carying with her.






posted on Jun, 21 2019 @ 09:45 AM
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It's being blown out of proportion.

The guy stopped her, and another lady helped, this is exactly what needs to happen more often.

People can't just cause disruption and expect to be allowed to do so. She knew what would happen and still did it. It could have been worse, in fact much worse.

She was not manhandled, strong armed or forced.
She was escorted, out of the area very gently.

This is a bs thread. The poster needs to think about what literally and figuratively means before running off and assuming just because some one is escorted out of a function that they have been abused.

You don't know the definition of abused evidently.

reply to: Silcone Synapse
My advice, pull your head out of your arse and wake the f up. You don't live in a fantasy, this is called real life and snowflakes don't get to decide what offends me or anyone else.

If it bothers you, too f'n bad get over it and move on. No one has ever died from being offended.

People offended by insignificant bs offends me.

So next time you feel offended because of something that doesn't directly impact your life, just know I'm offended that you're offended by some dumb bs.

How about them apples.


How does it feel to be so weak, that words hurt you?


edit on 21-6-2019 by ADVISOR because: Spelling


(post by surfer_soul removed for a manners violation)

posted on Jun, 21 2019 @ 10:03 AM
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a reply to: Silcone Synapse

Just a Tory being honest, if there were more honest Tory MP's then that party would've been rightfully destroyed years ago, instead of people constantly falling for their crap.


originally posted by: Loque76
He acted within the remit of what was reasonable.

MP's are high value targets for all types of groups - she could have had a knife, acid or a bomb - so from a risk assessment perspective she should have been removed as quickly and as safely (to the attendees) as possible...

...from her risk assessment perspective the protestor must come to accept that through her actions she was going to be forcibly removed.

Bravo to the MP for securing the area and taking the risk and threat level back to 0.


I'm instantly highly suspicious of you



posted on Jun, 21 2019 @ 10:21 AM
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originally posted by: Boadicea
It is shameful and disgraceful, especially because it was unnecessary yet seemingly planned. I say that because he sits there watching her approach and timing his violent assault. He doesn't stand up to merely block her way -- which would have been very effective given the small space between the table and the column. Nor does he simply push his chair back and block her way. Both of which would have served to stop her -- but without resorting to violence and bodily harm. But nope. He waits until she's right next to him to literally ambush and physically assault her.

Exactly, he could have done it with less violence.

Although I agree that it wasn't that violent it was unnecessarily violent.



posted on Jun, 21 2019 @ 10:44 AM
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I feel like I've stepped into some alternate reality.

This was a woman who was part of a protest group and trying to disrupt a dinner to which she wasn't invited.
In a climate of crazy hostility from left and right towards political figures, it baffles me how this is being portrayed.
It's not misogyny, it's not assault.
It's one man acting reasonably to protect others from a possible assault by an unknown person.
He never punched her, he never hit her with a chair, he blocked her, held her to prevent her escape and got her out of there.

Seriously, what you supposed to do? Take everything people want to dish out and cry later when someone is dead or disfigured?



posted on Jun, 21 2019 @ 11:39 AM
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The women were not assaulting anyone, they were just reading out statements.
I'd like to remind everyone about another person (Nigel Farage) who was not touched by another person but had a milkshake threw over him. The perpetrator was prosecuted for Assault. So what's the difference between the two.?



posted on Jun, 21 2019 @ 11:44 AM
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originally posted by: crayzeed
I'd like to remind everyone about another person (Nigel Farage) who was not touched by another person but had a milkshake threw over him. The perpetrator was prosecuted for Assault. So what's the difference between the two.?

Maybe Nigel Farage is lactose intolerant.



posted on Jun, 21 2019 @ 11:51 AM
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Wait..someone has a problem with this video?

Let me see if I get this right..

1. Private event
2. Someone not invited tries to disrupt that private event
3. That someone is escorted out with a minimal amount of force

In a world where attacks are not uncommon I give him credit for not being more forceful..

I know though it's the modern world where people will claim that she shouldnt be held responsible for her poor choice.

LIke for example this quote , ". If he had whipped out a gun and shot her dead, there would still be folks making excuses because she might be dangerous. " Given the current temperature of the world why wouldn't he assume that is her next move?



posted on Jun, 21 2019 @ 12:19 PM
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originally posted by: surfer_soul
a reply to: Silcone Synapse

In that case good for her, it was probably the publicity she wanted instead. A good thing too. If I’d been in her position it would have been me getting charged for assault.


Haha I hear you-I was thinking along the same lines-if my wife had been touched in such a way i wouldn't have to defend her,
but I probably would have had to call an ambulance for whoever had touched her..
Kung Fu works



posted on Jun, 21 2019 @ 12:29 PM
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originally posted by: crayzeed
The women were not assaulting anyone, they were just reading out statements.
I'd like to remind everyone about another person (Nigel Farage) who was not touched by another person but had a milkshake threw over him. The perpetrator was prosecuted for Assault. So what's the difference between the two.?


Well i don't know, how about one being in a private function that was gatecrashed as opposed to the other being in a public street?

You attack someone in a street, it is assault and designated as such by our laws.

Wheras if you trespass into an area you have no reason being, reasonable force is allowed to remove you.

For the record, i dont believe either warranted any Police involvement - a total waste of resources.



posted on Jun, 21 2019 @ 12:29 PM
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originally posted by: crayzeed
The women were not assaulting anyone, they were just reading out statements.
I'd like to remind everyone about another person (Nigel Farage) who was not touched by another person but had a milkshake threw over him. The perpetrator was prosecuted for Assault. So what's the difference between the two.?


Well i don't know, how about one being in a private function that was gatecrashed as opposed to the other being in a public street?

You attack someone in a street, it is assault and designated as such by our laws.

Wheras if you trespass into an area you have no reason being, reasonable force is allowed to remove you.

For the record, i dont believe either warranted any Police involvement - a total waste of resources.



posted on Jun, 21 2019 @ 12:29 PM
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originally posted by: crayzeed
The women were not assaulting anyone, they were just reading out statements.
I'd like to remind everyone about another person (Nigel Farage) who was not touched by another person but had a milkshake threw over him. The perpetrator was prosecuted for Assault. So what's the difference between the two.?


Well i don't know, how about one being in a private function that was gatecrashed as opposed to the other being in a public street?

You attack someone in a street, it is assault and designated as such by our laws.

Wheras if you trespass into an area you have no reason being, reasonable force is allowed to remove you.

For the record, i dont believe either warranted any Police involvement - a total waste of resources.



posted on Jun, 21 2019 @ 12:29 PM
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originally posted by: crayzeed
The women were not assaulting anyone, they were just reading out statements.
I'd like to remind everyone about another person (Nigel Farage) who was not touched by another person but had a milkshake threw over him. The perpetrator was prosecuted for Assault. So what's the difference between the two.?


Well i don't know, how about one being in a private function that was gatecrashed as opposed to the other being in a public street?

You attack someone in a street, it is assault and designated as such by our laws.

Wheras if you trespass into an area you have no reason being, reasonable force is allowed to remove you.

For the record, i dont believe either warranted any Police involvement - a total waste of resources.



posted on Jun, 21 2019 @ 12:29 PM
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originally posted by: crayzeed
The women were not assaulting anyone, they were just reading out statements.
I'd like to remind everyone about another person (Nigel Farage) who was not touched by another person but had a milkshake threw over him. The perpetrator was prosecuted for Assault. So what's the difference between the two.?


Well i don't know, how about one being in a private function that was gatecrashed as opposed to the other being in a public street?

You attack someone in a street, it is assault and designated as such by our laws.

Wheras if you trespass into an area you have no reason being, reasonable force is allowed to remove you.

For the record, i dont believe either warranted any Police involvement - a total waste of resources.



posted on Jun, 21 2019 @ 12:29 PM
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originally posted by: crayzeed
The women were not assaulting anyone, they were just reading out statements.
I'd like to remind everyone about another person (Nigel Farage) who was not touched by another person but had a milkshake threw over him. The perpetrator was prosecuted for Assault. So what's the difference between the two.?


Well i don't know, how about one being in a private function that was gatecrashed as opposed to the other being in a public street?

You attack someone in a street, it is assault and designated as such by our laws.

Wheras if you trespass into an area you have no reason being, reasonable force is allowed to remove you.

For the record, i dont believe either warranted any Police involvement - a total waste of resources.



posted on Jun, 21 2019 @ 12:31 PM
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a reply to: surfer_soul

The victim doesn't press charges in the UK. That's a decision made by the Courts and Crown Prosecution Service. There would be no case as it's reasonable force and she has no right to be there. Security had failed in their job, someone had to step in to do it for them.

MPs have been murdered before the Brexit debacle and have been the target of terror attacks from far right and far left, in the current UK climate 100% of people are insanely pissed off at the government and a number of MPs are under 24-hour police protection due to credible death threats; so when someone storms a private function full of the MPs and elite bankers it's fair to assume the worst.
edit on 21-6-2019 by bastion because: (no reason given)



posted on Jun, 21 2019 @ 12:41 PM
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Please,
The lady was not tresspassing-she was allowed into the building by security according to her and the news reports.
Other protestors from the same group(greenpeace)were not allowed entry,but she and a few others were allowed entry.

Also:


originally posted by: ADVISOR



reply to: Silcone Synapse
My advice, pull your head out of your arse and wake the f up. You don't live in a fantasy, this is called real life and snowflakes don't get to decide what offends me or anyone else.

If it bothers you, too f'n bad get over it and move on. No one has ever died from being offended.

People offended by insignificant bs offends me.

So next time you feel offended because of something that doesn't directly impact your life, just know I'm offended that you're offended by some dumb bs.

How about them apples.


How does it feel to be so weak, that words hurt you?



HAHAHAHAHAHA
Cheers man,you are great Advisor!
ROFLMAOPIMP.

I never knew I was a snowflake or that I am so weak that words hurt me.
Thank you for enlightening me.
But sorry to learn you think its fine to rough up ladies-you must be a real hit with them huh..

Troll on Brother.
Troll on.


edit on 21/6/2019 by Silcone Synapse because: or what?



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