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Hong Kong marchers show the way.

ENGLISH Defence League members, due to disrupt our city centre tomorrow, are to be corralled in a Broad Street bar to prevent the trail of vandalism and vomit left in their wake when last they visited.

This time they're to protest at schools' Islamisation, although their overall inability to string sentences together makes them strange upholders of educational standards, Why is it these marchers are a byword for drunken disorder when, in Hong-Kong, marchers seeking elections free of Chinese intervention, are sober, orderly and courteous to the point of sharing their packed lunches with patrolling HK police?

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Date:Oct 10, 2014
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