Vegan Protests and Violence By James Reed
Vegan protesters stormed, well, strolled into a pizza joint in Brighton UK, and one oldish angry guy punched a female protester in the face. I am no lover of fine vegan food, the fibre giving me terrible flatulence, but this act of violence must be condemned, and rejected. But that is not my main concern. I was interested to read about other UK protests where the vegans seemed to break the law, but, surprise, surprise, nothing happened:
“Brighton has seen a number of protests in restaurants led by Direct Action Everywhere, which has seen members in court because of their demonstrations. They previously raided a McDonald's wearing pig and chicken masks before spraying fake blood on the floor. A Sussex Police spokesman said: 'Incidents involving animal rights activists at several restaurants in Brighton on Sunday evening, in which protesters with loud hailers chanted slogans at diners, have been reported to police. 'It was alleged that at one establishment a protester was punched by a customer, and at another activists were thrown to the ground. 'Several activists have chained themselves to the exterior of Brighton town hall. 'Police are investigating and are meanwhile monitoring the situation. 'Currently no arrests have been made but if criminal acts are found to have taken place, appropriate action will be taken.'”
Now suppose a nationalist tipped fake blood on the floor, of say some part of the immigration cult network in protest, what do you think would happen then? Aren’t storming premises, and affecting business technically trespass? As I always say, the system goes very soft on the cubs of the Left. Witness US radicals from the 1960s, many who were fugitives, but later became professors.