- Tue Sep 10, 2019 12:28 am
At a guess, a few hundred, maybe four figures, of soccer hooligans trying to be "patriotic" by fighting with anyone they can find, including themselves if there's no one else.
A few dozen alt-right incels behaving like edgelords in public whom suddenly realise that trying to bring out that navy seal copypasta in real life... well, it's gonna look hilarious! If they stop blaming everyone else for their woes then a nice drink of beer or Diet Pepsi after an invigorating session with their blow up waifu should allow them to chill out for a bit. Hopefully. The biggest danger will be some of them trying to adjust to sunlight.
A few thousand arseholes will start rioting, looting, stealing, vandalising etc. Not because they have seek to take rebellious action regarding the UK not possibly going full "no deal", indeed they probably don't care that much, they're just looking for a decent enough excuse to start chucking petrol bombs at the filth and be idiotic enough to post pictures of their loot on Twitter.
Meanwhile almost all of the sacred 17.4 million will watch the violent protests on TV supposedly being done in their name, and even if they wanted an extra-hard Brexit they'll all be shaking their heads and going "tut, tut, tut, tut" in unison. F**age seemingly has gone AWOL this whole time and for once, no one can get hold of him.
We heard it all before about supposed "silent" leave voters going out to protest if Britain basically wasn't physically pushed further away from mainland Europe and left floating in the Atlantic. We saw what happened with the Gammonball Run. There's much more concern in worrying about right-wing terrorists in Britain going rogue - and when more blood is shed, the usual suspects will try to repeatedly wash their hands.
"F*ck business!" - Boris Johnson, on Brexit (2018)
"£250,000 ...it's chicken feed." - Boris Johnson (2009) & Jacob Rees-Mogg (2014)