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What should be done about violent, cowardly, protesters?

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The Iron Cross second class has been awarded by Heinrich Himmler for extreme bravery in the face of defeat :
"QANTAS CEO Alan Joyce became the latest public figure to cop a cream pie in the face during a $115 a head business breakfast in Perth yesterday, leaving everyone wondering what he had done to deserve it.

As he began the keynote address at the West Business Leadership Matters event, Mr Joyce was stunned to suddenly be smeared with what looked to be a lemon meringue pie by an elderly gentleman.

The man aged in his late 60s or early 70s and wearing a suit, calmly walked up behind him on to the stage at the Hyatt Regency without any resistance from security."
Posted by nicknamenick, Wednesday, 15 November 2017 5:44:02 AM
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Paul1405, "All you present is the biased reports from Murdoch's no news, News Ltd.."

And you and the NSW 'Eastern Bloc' Greens are all smea and fabrication. As all can see, it was an ABC report and the link was given . Here it is again from the previous page,

Councillor Christine Forster talking about the melee and how threatened she was,

Cr Forster said people should able to walk into an event "unmolested, unassaulted and unattacked".

"Not being spat on, not being abused in my electorate of the City of Sydney, in my beautiful, wonderful city of Sydney and this was a terrible attack," she said.
"It was shocking to me and it was dangerous. These people put not only Virginia and me in danger, but they put the police who were looking after us in serious danger and they put themselves in danger by the way they were reacting.

"People were trying to punch us, people ripped the jacket off my back If you want to make your political protest, anyone can make a political protest anywhere in Australia, but you don't do it like that."
http://www.abc.net.au/news/2017-11-10/christine-forster-gets-clothes-ripped-by-angry-manus-protesters/9139960

Cr Forster was recognised by the serial far leftist protesters and deliberately set upon. Perhaps you should be talking with your Greens 'Eastern Bloc' handlers about the definition of battery. That it should happen to a bystander, an elderly woman who is an elected Councillor, is an outrage. A custodial sentence is warranted, this is an attack on democracy as well because she was targeted as an elected Councillor.

Cr Forster should be considering her own action against her attackers and the City of Sydney Council should be paying for the action, with a claim for legal fees and costs.
Posted by leoj, Wednesday, 15 November 2017 9:20:56 AM
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I thin that Christine Forster today has more
important things on her mind - with the results
of the postal survey.
Posted by Foxy, Wednesday, 15 November 2017 11:02:46 AM
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What's it matter now, it's all over bar the shouting. They got their wish for equality in marriage so they all should be happy. I wonder what the coppers of my era think? Patrolling the noir edges of Sydney in the 'Inner Metro. Detectives Car', looking out and waiting for radio calls to attend the many knifings, bashings, gay rapes, and yes even murder when these gay men were out seeking like minded people, in the parks, lane ways and public places of inner Sydney. I suppose none of that sort of thing happens now days?
Posted by o sung wu, Wednesday, 15 November 2017 11:56:52 AM
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Dear O Sung Wu,

Violence in the streets, in homes, in pubs, and
elsewhere, is not
assigned to any particular group. It has existed in
our society in the past, and unfortunately still
exists today. However at least now perhaps the
emphasis will be on allowing stable relationships
to flourish. Our society just may improve as a result.
Posted by Foxy, Wednesday, 15 November 2017 12:48:37 PM
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Violent protesters should be prosecuted and their actions condemned by all, including members of Parliament.
Posted by Is Mise, Wednesday, 15 November 2017 2:32:25 PM
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