The Abolish ISA vigils: What brings them back?Posted: January 19, 2009
Honestly, what brings them back, week after week?
This question, it seems, can be asked to both the public, and the police.
Every week, people still seem to be going back to attend the vigil demanding that the ISA be abolished. What goes on, perhaps those who attend such vigils can tell these stories. And there are plenty out there who do.
But every week, the police come to ask these people to disperse. Every week, that is, since November 10th last year.
With the police coming to ask that they disperse before they can even do anything, I wonder what it is that brings these people back to these vigils week after week. Perhaps those who do would like to share your reasons with the rest of us who don’t (or are unable to).
And I also wonder, what is it that brings the police back to “disperse the crowd” who attend these vigils, week after week? Perhaps those who see this happening would also care to share their views. 😉
What is it about these vigils that seems to bring people together, no matter what, and yet at the same time, brings the police to come and try keep them away?