Meanwhile, In Brixton

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Yesterday.

Brixton, South London

Ireland-born Richy and Jamaica-born Taurayne modelling Conscious Power tees which sneakily subvert the nasty ‘No Blacks No Dogs No Irish’ message to UK migrants in the 1960s and 1970s

You can order a ‘More Blacks, More Dogs, More Irish’ tee by emailing Consciouspower@outlook.com.

More Blacks, More Dogs, More Irish: Brixton street scene (Brixton Buzz)

Thanks Marissa McEntee

23 thoughts on “Meanwhile, In Brixton

    1. Starina

      “those breeds” are full of energy but also full of cuddles with the right owners. they have a bad rep because sh#tty humans are attracted to macho-looking dogs

      1. martco

        100% agree..the problem is with the mix here
        stupid owners paired up with dog with energy and a very useful jaw feature = potential catastrophe

        I missed out on one very like ball boy there….my family objected from the hilltops despite all the education I tried to give/explain

        generally any ideas on how to ensure they only get to be with caring owners tho?

  1. Human

    This is so unnecessary and attention seeking its sickening.

    We don’t need this nonsense in the world!

    1. sǝɯǝɯʇɐpɐq

      @Humanoid etc.

      It’s all silly attention-seeking, isn’t it?
      -People with too much free-time on their hands, etc…

      Then you remember how emboldened the Right-wing elements of British society have become since Brexit, and you think… Yes, someone should say something…

      And someone else should slag them off for making a positive message, and it should be ME.
      So you jump in without thinking first…

      We don’t need this nonsense in the world! indeed.

      1. Tom Thumb

        Unlike you who’s comments are used to hurt and receive attention. You seem to handle your own free time fairly well, God bless your hypocrisy

        1. sǝɯǝɯʇɐpɐq

          Excuse me Tom Thumb…

          The only thing I do here is amuse MYSELF.
          The penis mightier than thesewords, or something…

          I do my best to never hurt anyone and I steer clear of issues where I might. I do.

          PS.
          I don’t understand this ‘free time’ you speak of…
          -Isn’t ALL time free?

  2. Catherine McEntee

    If the pictures were of gay / disabled people or asylum seekers reminding us of the discrimination they face / faced, would the level of dismissiveness and ignorance be the same?

  3. sǝɯǝɯʇɐpɐq

    I love to see happy people spreading a positive message of love and harmony.

    That is all.

  4. mavedave

    ‘There is nothing positive’ about both your comments.

    First one you made:
    “This is so unnecessary and attention seeking its sickening.
    We don’t need this nonsense in the world!”

    Second one you made: “There is NOTHING positive about these shirts.”
    So if the scale you personally use to analyse something’s worth to the world is how ‘positive’ it is, therefore on the basis of your own self-made scale, your comments have no value.

    Indeed, you have made a ‘nonsense’.

  5. Lei

    There’s everything positive about these shirts if you are black Irish or a dog. It just makes everyone else feel uncomfortable. When hate n bigotry stares us right in the face.

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