Kick Boris out of Uxbridge
Uxbridge, London. Sat 16 Nov 2019
And finally the bus and the marchers set off
people dancing to the music from the bus
went onto the road behind it
and it went down the street at a walking pace
There were rather fewer people than expected, perhaps a little over
Police stop someone who tried to stop people driving past. Otherwise
they didn't interfere with the march
Some had a clear message on their clothing
and a Class War cap
Another poster describes Boris Johnson as Unfaithfull, liar, self-serving,
wife beater? drunk? and said 'Don't trust
Boris Johnson. Don't give him your vote
Anarchists marched for some of the way
'Only Cum For Comrades'
Many people waved from the windows of houses as the march passed,
and marchers waved back
Finally the march reached Brunel University
and the bus stopped.
People got off and were met by more protesters, some with posters
including a very colourful 'FUCK BORIS'
and the unfortunately only too true 'Tory Policy Kills Working Class
But people didn't really seem to know what to do at Brunel and walked
back towards the bus.
A protester wearing a rainbow flag and carrying a 'Queers Against
Boris' poster has FUCK BORIS written on her forehead
A FUCK BORIS t-shirt and another marcher with 'Only Shag Socialists'
written serval times on her t-shirt
There was still music playing on the bus
'Filthy Piece of Toe Rag Fuck Boris' and a couple of gestures by protesters
'The Kind of BJ Noone Wants'
'We Know You Fucked the Pig Too'
'Deport Bo-Jo From This Planet'
Finally the marchers got back behind the bus which drove on down the
street, I think to go back to the centre
of Uxbridge. I'd walked far enough and sat down at the bus stop and
waited for a bus.
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