Sadly they didn’t arrest all 700,000October 21, 2018 Tim WorstallEuropean Union25 CommentsTraitors to democracy that they are: ‘No significant arrests’ made after thousands attend People’s Vote march previousThat’s why you listened so well to the Countryside Alliance then Will, yes?nextQuite so, quite so 25 thoughts on “Sadly they didn’t arrest all 700,000” Mr Ecks October 21, 2018 at 12:46 pm They are scum but don’t pander to their fantasies Tim. The Met–even as run by Common Purpose–estimated their numbers at 120-130 thou. Still disgusting that so many traitors turned out . PF October 21, 2018 at 1:32 pm Ecks Do you have a link for the 120-130K – I can’t find it (an argument and it would be good to be able to forward it on).. Rob October 21, 2018 at 2:13 pm What does “significant arrests” mean? They didn’t arrest anyone famous? Mr Ecks October 21, 2018 at 2:46 pm Got the orig figure off Twitter. Now looking for confirmation. All searches so far only throw up remain media propaganda.More I-net skilful folk may do better than me. As additional evidence tho–The treason organisers themselves claimed that 150 coaches went to London yesterday–which is 10 thousand bussed in– tops. Unless they were putting on football specials by the dozen on the Railways I think it unlikely that the rest of the supposed mass of 680-740 thousand traitors are all Londoners. Peter Tatchell claimed 150 thou marching– he was there and is fairly honest for a remainiac. This bloke on Twitter also has some thoughts: “Mark B innit @PrinceBraith9th · 2h2 hours ago BREAKING: #PeoplesVoteMarch 700,000 people. Would need 6 per m² and fill 1) S Ken. Tube to Hyde Pk 2) Entire South end of Pk 3) Up to Marble Arch 4) Across to Piccadilly 5) Across to Victoria Mem 6) Down to Buck Palace 7) Down to Victoria Stn 8) Across to Parl Sq That is six people per SQUARE METRE. Crammed in like sardines, unable to breathe, unable to move. Filling all these roads and footpaths, filling Parliament Square itself and filling the entire south end of Hyde Park. That’s what’s needed to reach 700,000 People.” So they are liars for sure. NB–The “People’s Vote Petition only stands at 323 thou. Odd then that an additional 400,000 pukes would go to all the trouble to attend a march without being arsed to sign the petition relevant to that march. No wait–they where running with scissors in their hand and they fell and severed the nerves that control typing on computers. That must be it. Dave C October 21, 2018 at 3:26 pm Traitors, calling for a vote. Maybe the stupidest thing you ever wrote Pat October 21, 2018 at 3:45 pm They propose a vote in favour of an unelected oligarchy. One man, one vote, just as often as it takes to get the oligarchy elected and no more. Mr Ecks October 21, 2018 at 4:00 pm Dave C–No–you writing some much as your lousy remainiac name is massively stupider than anything Tim ever wrote. We had a vote Treason-dog (apologies to dogs) and you and all the rest lost. Mr Ecks October 21, 2018 at 4:02 pm “so much” that should be–must control rage-typing!!! But how with so many stooges of evil and tyranny running around. BraveFart October 21, 2018 at 4:27 pm Anyone looking for an analysis of the typical exaggeration of crowd sizes by organisers should look at this from an anti-independence Scot. He reckons organiser estimates of 80,000 marchers were actually only about 8,000. https://ahdinnaeken.wordpress.com/2018/05/06/delusion-of-the-35000-indy-marchers/ Indy march organisers claimed up to 80,000 people marched on Glasgow Green on Saturday 5th May. AhDinnaeKen takes that with the large pinch of salt it deserves. More worryingly, Police Scotland alleged a figure of 35,000. Just how could they have got it so wrong? AhDinnaeKen investigates: PF October 21, 2018 at 5:13 pm Ecks I was also struggling to find anything useful.. All that makes good sense, thanks.. Mr Ecks October 21, 2018 at 5:30 pm As far as I can now gather the Met say they made NO estimate of crowd size. This is contradicted by a tweet from a remainiac female called Sybella Chow who claims she and others overheard some met copper at one of their controls along the route estimate 170,000 crowd number and told this to some Far Right Watch “journalist”. It may be the “Official” Met estimate is pure rumour. Bravefart–However it is very likely that there were no 700,000 hacks on the streets yesterday. The calculations of Mark B Innit shown above would seem to fit in with Dinna’Ken’s estimate of the Scottish crowd density back in May. Mark B uses the very high crowd density of 5 folk per M2–3 is more likely. As he calculates a max size of 220, 000 at 5 perM2 or 156000 at 3 per M2. Both far below the numbers of foxhunt supporters who turned out against Bliar. Dongguan John October 21, 2018 at 5:31 pm 700k people, crowd density of 2 people per square meter and 20m wide streets, your looking at a crowd 11 miles long. Theophrastus October 21, 2018 at 5:50 pm The 700,000 figure is nonsense. The Met hasn’t released its official estimates – and it’ll probably require an FoI request to get them to release them. 120,000-250,000 looks more likely. Hector Drummond, Vile Novelist October 21, 2018 at 6:15 pm This guy has done a quick calculation: >I got this info on how many m2 parliament square is from google earth, so even if there were 5 people per m2, you’re looking at just over 100k, not the 8x Wembey capacity crowd that they’re claiming, 700k would mean around 35 people per m2! https://twitter.com/IronCurt10/status/1054044315679256578 Martin October 21, 2018 at 6:58 pm The last march I went on the organisers claimed so many thousand were on the march. I was there at the back of the march and I couldn’t go higher than a few hundred. The comments I got regarding the correct figures, the distances and the crowd number – boy you cannot disagree with official figures by the organisers. They have something to gain by inflating the numbers. Since then I take any self counting by march organisers as similar to teenage boys boasting about girls they have nailed. For similar reasons. Dave C October 21, 2018 at 7:59 pm @Ecks – why are you so abusive, you got issues? MC October 21, 2018 at 8:03 pm Ecksy – I had a look at Tatchell’s twitter feed and I could only see a tweet claiming 600k+, do you think he deleted and altered/updated? Anyway, Tatch is a decent chap and I view him sympathetically, as I do my many Remainiac chums. Anyway, it doesn’t matter. 670k on a march does not trump 17.4m who voted leave. Maybe the 670k are all irate EU fans who for some reason didn’t realise there was a people’s vote in 2016? Still doesn’t matter; add 670k to the Remain vote and Leave still won. Pcar October 22, 2018 at 12:30 am Alter-ego, Remaniac Joan O’Brian joins the Peoples March and considers what is the state of democracy in the U.K. today. Message to take home: Leave need to be more vocal & active and win the fight to be covered by MSM A Leave Means Leave rally on 5 November in every town & city may be a good start Pcar October 22, 2018 at 12:38 am @Dave C, October 21, 2018 at 7:59 pm Abusive Mr Ecks speaks for me. Myself and many are too polite, well mannered and also scared [hate criime] to be so forthright. Well done Mr Ecks for speaking out. Mark T October 22, 2018 at 12:45 am @pcar. The idea that the media would entertain any notion of balance against their collective worldview is wishful thinking and is exactly why we are where we are now. Millions of people have historically become dis-enfranchised by the media political bubble giving us ‘what’s good for us’ whether we like it or not. The whole media edifice is not only on board but integral to the power structure. Cameron’s ‘mistake’ was to allow a vote that despite the relentless propaganda and dis-information they lost and everything we have seen since is their attempt to regain control. You could have a million March and all the coverage would be of Tommy Robinson and his mates and you could be sure the useful idiots of ANTIFA would be brought in the make it a ‘violent far right protest’. It’s what they do. Bloke in Preston October 22, 2018 at 12:48 am No time for calling them “scum”. “Scum” is a left-wing word, a Rangers/Celtic word. Don’t sink to their level. Think up a new word. john 77 October 22, 2018 at 12:49 am Usually the march organisers treble the real numbers when talking to the media, so my rule-of-thumb suggests that those attending were less than one half of 1% of the electorate. Since the march was in London with 10m inhabitants, a majority of whom favoured Remain, the low attendance suggests that mostpeople who voted “Remain” accept the result. Bloke in Preston October 22, 2018 at 12:54 am Mark T: You could have a million March and all the coverage would be of Tommy Robinson and his mates and you could be sure the useful idiots of ANTIFA would be brought in the make it a ‘violent far right protest’. It’s what they do. If they reported the news accurately, they could explain that there was a protest for Tommy and then explain that there were counter-protests too. We reallly all know what side the meeja’s on though. Mr Ecks October 22, 2018 at 2:14 am BiP–Socialism has murdered 150 million –so far. The putrid middle-class Marxist WOMIs that fester in this country and esp amongst remainiacs are also supporters of that evil–no matter that likely they are so dumb they have zero consciousness of the evil they are a willing part of. As for the use of the word “scum” and the Rangers/Celtic connection–I’m not Scottish and have no concern or even any idea of what your remarks mean. Pcar–Thanks for the endorsement. As yet bad-mouthing disgusting and evil political gangs is not a criminal offence even in this sad socialist shithole. So long as they can’t find any racial/RoP connection–which for socialism they can’t. Bloke in Preston October 23, 2018 at 6:03 am Mr Ecks: BiP–Socialism has murdered 150 million –so far. The putrid middle-class Marxist WOMIs that fester in this country and esp amongst remainiacs are also supporters of that evil–no matter that likely they are so dumb they have zero consciousness of the evil they are a willing part of. Well, yes, but did you see the silly red signs that said “LOVE CORBYN, STOP BREXIT” or something along those lines? They might want to check the position of their own leader on Brexit, as he voted to keep the United Kingdom outside the EEC in 1975. 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