Polite protest

Shame on you Steve Bullock grafitti on Blackheath Library
Here’s the very polite graffiti left on the window of Blackheath Library. It doesn’t seem like enough of a protest. I wonder when is the last day that library users are allowed to borrow books from the library, and how many they are each allowed to borrow. I wonder if someone chaining themselves between the railings either side of the railway bridge on a busy Monday morning might have more effect than all of the alternative proposals, plans, and half-baked Big Society alternatives. The loss of a local library is intellectual theft from anybody who used to use it. And if any local luminaries feel like blaming it on the current government, or the previous government, then please don’t. We know. In the words of Uncle Monty “Shat on by Tories, shovelled up by Labour.”

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3 responses to “Polite protest

  1. House of joy

    Well all I had to hand was my lipstick, rather blunt at that. Felt guilty about doing it – not about offending our Mayor but, rather, that I’ve never indulged in graffiti before!

  2. ElizaF

    It looks like it was written in lipstick.

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