JimG wrote:Real Se1 does represent a group of people who are being squeezed and left behind in se1 and the country and understandably feel angry and disenfranchised. When they express the anger/fear they then get labelled as unreasonable/chippy/aggressive/racist/classist. This does not heal the divide but makes it all the more entrenched.
real-se1 wrote:You dont go down East Street cause its not trendy.To be honest you there are a few phoneys on here.You wanna be from SE1 (you might live here now) thats why you come on here, but your wannabes....you dont want your mates who visit you (from an area you cant afford to live in) seeing a bit of tat when they visit you for some gwub at buwwa market.
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