A local man is planning to bring the recent left-wing inspired rioting in central London to the streets of Ealing tomorrow. In today’s Evening Standard an Ealing man was quoted on yesterday’s student riots. Noel Doyle, apparently aged 30 and an ex-student at Cardinal Wiseman in Ealing, condoned yesterday’s violence saying:
I see broken windows as being totally justified compared with the damage being done to the public sector. This is just the beginning.
The ends justify the means again. What a creep? From the way that the Evening Standard is reporting it seems that Doyle took part in yesterday’s riots. Doing a bit of research it appears he has an active Twitter account and is active in far left politics.
He does not admit on Twitter to being at the riots but he tweets admiringly about last night’s appalling mayhem.
Doyle seems to be an organiser for Ealing Alliance for Public Services (EAPS). This is the SWP related group that organised a meeting on 11th November in Acton where RMT’s bully boy Bob Crow and silly Ealing Labour councillor Daniel Crawford both spoke, see here.
It seems he has morphed his little, local EAPS event into a UK Uncut event, advertising it on the UK Uncut website. I suppose he hopes to attract SWP and various other hard left types to come to Ealing to swell the numbers.
Setting up stalls and dishing out leaflets is all very well. Trying “to close down the shops of tax avoiders, specifically Vodafone and Topshop” is just not legal. It is simply thuggery.
Maybe Doyle is a silly fantasist. Maybe he is something more dangerous. I hope that the recent thuggery does not come to Ealing tomorrow. The police have been informed.