The despair Of The British nation.

Tuesday, 14 July 2009

Condescending Twat of The War Award!

It's nothing new, you mealy mouthed cretin.




"I fear for the folk of Wooton Bassett

I fear for the people of Wootton Bassett. Over the last few years the local people have carried out a dignified display of respect when the bodies of dead servicemen from the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan are driven through the town on their way from RAF Lyneham on their way to John Radcliffe Hospital in Oxford.

Sadly, however, the media circus has now hit town big style, with camera crews, news teams and journalists descending on the town with all the dignity of a rat pack. It surely cannot be long now until the silent dignity of the Wootton Bassett locals is taken over by the Princess Di hysteria syndrome, with coach loads of members of the public being bussed in to buy plastic Union flags and commemorative t-shirts, mugs and tea towels before they join in the display of collective grief.

I sincerely hope I'm wrong, and that the media will bugger off back to their holes and leave the people of the town, together with the friends and relatives of those who have fallen, to have their moment of quiet remembrance.

Posted by bobpiper on July 14, 2009, 10:41 AM"





Tell you what, Piper, stick to fearing the wrath of the electorate. Thank God I left West Bromwich when I did. I shall be buying commemorative stuff from The British Legion in Hereford, today, to help pay for the wounded your lot have created over the last 8 years. How many wounded are there by the way, Bob?




One smug and deluded moron pictured here.




Copy onto a dart board or toilet roll, despicable man.



4 comments:

Goodnight Vienna said...

It's more likely to be coach loads of politicians being bussed in - members of the public are making their own ways there from all parts of the country and of their own volition. Piper is a nasty cynical sod and if he's not up on GOT's new blog, he should be.

subrosa said...

That's a problem GV right enough but I'm sure the quiet people of Wootton Bassett will show their contempt for the politicians in a similar manner with which they show their respect for our fallen.

banned said...

Bob Piper clearly despises us as touristic voyeurs, incapaple of supporting the folk of Wooton Basset in the dignified way that they have done so to date.

However, he does have a bit of a point about the media circus, if there was ever a case for shared output this is it, there is only one story after all.

dickiebo said...

The local people come across as being very genuine. Perhaps there is hope for us yet!