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#224023 29-Oct-2017 12:29
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Flickr album, showing yesterdays protest and the 2004 one as a comparison.

The Herald claimed yesterday that the police had to break up 'clashes', as usual these days with herald/Stuff headlines the reality and truth was nothing like the headlines.
The 2004 event however nearly turned into a riot...

 

https://www.flickr.com/photos/foundimagesnz/albums/72157688479565014 


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  #1892242 29-Oct-2017 19:17
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The irony of "anti-nazi's" using violence and bully boy tactics to shout down a message they don't like never ceases to amaze me. Such hypocritical twats.

 

 





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  #1892439 30-Oct-2017 09:39
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Aww, did the poor wee things have their feelies hurt?


 
 
 
 


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  #1892596 30-Oct-2017 13:56
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I'm confused. Are the skin-heads marching for or against racism here?  Or are they for certain forms of racism and against others?





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  #1892629 30-Oct-2017 14:31
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MikeAqua:

 

I'm confused. Are the skin-heads marching for or against racism here?  Or are they for certain forms of racism and against others?

 

 

There's also the irony of race-based politics supporters (the disctinctive black, red and white flags) protesting against racism.  Good to see the hammer and sickle in the mix also


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