NO PRIDE: Swathes Of Brighton Beach COVERED In Litter After LGBT Parade
Social media users have reacted with fury after swathes of Brighton beach were left covered in litter following an LGBT parade.
Pictures published by the BBC have revealed thousands of pieces of litter strewn across Brighton’s famous beach after organisers of the local LGBT pride parade failed to arrange a clear-up following their event.
Despite often claiming to be protectors of the environment, the lefty LGBT paraders failed to play their part in protecting the environment, leaving tonnes of their rubbish behind for everyone else to clean up.
With a turnout in the hundreds of thousands, many social media users have hit out at the organisers for not providing enough bins or arranging a clear-up after the event, with one user writing: “Organisers of the event should be responsible for rubbish clearance or provision of more bins for the day at least.
“Lewes bonfire always clean up after themselves until the early hours of the morning so why can’t Pride have some pride?”
Another pointed out how the left often talk the talk but fail to walk the walk, saying: “Everyone going on and on about the rubbish in our oceans and this is where the problem starts. From us as irresponsible human beings!!!!”
Another added: “No wonder we are slowly destroying our planet. Some people are disgusting and have no respect for other people or the environment!”
One user, however, accused the anti-litter commenters of being closet homophobes, writing: “Looks like that pile has been put as well as they can near a full bin.
“Seems to be quite the thinly veiled stench of homophobia in some of these comments. More provisions should be made by council and organisers for clean up tho x”
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