WHO Poll
Q:



whu 2:54 Fri Mar 23
F.L.A. Birmingham. Tomorrow.
Anyone else on here in attendance?

Replies - Newest Posts First (Show In Chronological Order)

whu 2:08 Mon Mar 26
Re: F.L.A. Birmingham. Tomorrow.
I nearly always agree with you on bits and pieces NS but making a mockery of it mate ain't doing anyone any favours. 40,000 serious peaceful march through London becomes a fucking 5,000 spilt mess thereafter. It's a shame. Worthy of more than a laugh up. That's just me I guess. Miserable cunt LOL

Northern Sold 2:04 Mon Mar 26
Re: F.L.A. Birmingham. Tomorrow.
To be fair it did come across as who has got the biggest wreath competition... I mean what next?? Hearses in club colours??

whu 1:56 Mon Mar 26
Re: F.L.A. Birmingham. Tomorrow.
if what happened several times a year ago doesn't get people out of their armchair or off their device BS, wtf else is needed?

whu 1:55 Mon Mar 26
Re: F.L.A. Birmingham. Tomorrow.
don't disagree with any of that BS, especially JM stepping down and unity needed... just gonna be hard graft from here on in mate

Bom Stickle 1:30 Mon Mar 26
Re: F.L.A. Birmingham. Tomorrow.
Your mum 1:19 Mon Mar 26

Completely agree. I always thought it was a bit of a shit name, even Football Fans Alliance would have been better.

Bom Stickle 1:20 Mon Mar 26
Re: F.L.A. Birmingham. Tomorrow.
whu

It can still get numbers but both groups need to get together and John Meighan probably needs to step aside and let others lead it.

You’re right about the momentum though. Such a big gap between marches just meant their focus probably went on other things. They’ll no doubt be another sickening attack by some scumbag in the near future and the numbers will rise again.

Your mum 1:19 Mon Mar 26
Re: F.L.A. Birmingham. Tomorrow.
Anyone referring to themselves as a lad needs a fucking word with themselves.

stirlinghammer 1:15 Mon Mar 26
Re: F.L.A. Birmingham. Tomorrow.
sorry i could not make it

i was being fundamentally radicalised plus had to wash my Datsun.

what do we want? an end to islamicks !!! when do we want it? i can attend most marches with a 7 week notice period as long as we can have a nice halal curry after giving dark ethnics dead hard menacing looks

shambles...gold and Sullivan must be involved

zebthecat 12:39 Mon Mar 26
Re: F.L.A. Birmingham. Tomorrow.
Splitters

whu 12:36 Mon Mar 26
Re: F.L.A. Birmingham. Tomorrow.
downward spiral? it's dead mate.

i guess the delay was down to a 'non-matchday' march and clearly there's internal stuff going on with the split but the headlines will say 40,000 become 5,000 and that's pretty accurate.

real shame for me. these things are all about momentum, with this as with our club. lose momentum and it's fucking hard thereafter, at best.

Bom Stickle 12:01 Mon Mar 26
Re: F.L.A. Birmingham. Tomorrow.
Yeah it all got a bit stupid last year Fifth. They get together and go back to the reasons it was started in the first place it’ll get bigger, as it stands it’s a bit of a downward spiral.

Bom Stickle 11:58 Mon Mar 26
Re: F.L.A. Birmingham. Tomorrow.
Democratic Football Lads Alliance

Fifth Column 11:57 Mon Mar 26
Re: F.L.A. Birmingham. Tomorrow.
Oh I just Googled, the Democratic Football Lads Alliance. As opposed to the Football Lads Alliance.

Were the People's Front of Judea marching as well?

Fifth Column 11:53 Mon Mar 26
Re: F.L.A. Birmingham. Tomorrow.
What is the DFLA?

Bom Stickle 11:34 Mon Mar 26
Re: F.L.A. Birmingham. Tomorrow.
A lot of conflict with the FLA and the DFLA at the moment, which has caused division. West Ham had by far the biggest numbers at the last one but have since got bigger in house issues to concentrate on.

After the success of the last march the FLA should have kept the marches going and fresh in everyone’s minds but left it way too long and in the meantime all sorts of shit have gone on. They need to get their house in order and concentrate on why it was set up in the first place.

whu 11:25 Mon Mar 26
Re: F.L.A. Birmingham. Tomorrow.
How the fuck we can take a good few thousand through London, West Ham alone and the majority not bother for an 85 minute train journey on a non-football day? What's the point? Two local marches was gonna do the job was it?
40,000 in London last time round.
Now dead pretty much ...
Go figure.

, 7:18 Fri Mar 23
Re: F.L.A. Birmingham. Tomorrow.
What are they in Birmingham for?

Grumpster 4:05 Fri Mar 23
Re: F.L.A. Birmingham. Tomorrow.
Didn't realise the Finance & Leasing Association were having a march.

Not for me!

Pub Bigot 3:56 Fri Mar 23
Re: F.L.A. Birmingham. Tomorrow.
No mate, but I may be at Speakers Corner on Sunday.

Future FLA, who knows.

Darby_ 3:46 Fri Mar 23
Re: F.L.A. Birmingham. Tomorrow.
Are they going to beat up some Villa fans there?

Eastside surge 3:39 Fri Mar 23
Re: F.L.A. Birmingham. Tomorrow.
We’re West Ham we don’t do marches ..................apparently

Page 1 - Next




Copyright 2006 WHO.NET | Powered by: