The despair Of The British nation.

Friday, 2 October 2009

Politics and Death.

It's The Jolly Conference Season and An Irish Mistake To Change.



As the third interminable bloody conference gets under way and The Irish meekly trudge to their Lisbon polls to do what they were supposed to have done, a Royal Air Force regiment soldier dies protecting an air base. What their Regiment is for. Yet how come the enemy are so bloody close to the base in the first place?
Still with expense claims soon to be filed on a brief return to our so called Parliament, new EU laws to rubber stamp and loads more jobs to be had serving the EU as well as The UK gravy train who gives a toss about a forgotten war? Aintworthalot tells us we cannot send more troops because there is no kit ready for them. Yup, after a war soon to have lasted twice the second world war we still do not have enough kit. Bet the subsidised Westminster bars and restaurants are fully stocked for the troughers return!


219 Dead As Of Yesterday.

12 comments:

  1. Jesus, OR, it is heart-fucking-breaking. I'm no sentimentalist or anti-war peacenik, but what the hell is going on there? Terrorists are trained in Pakistan, not Afghanistan, and what fucking right do we have to decide which states need to be democratised?

    More needed! says an American fuckwit general. If we are going to have a bloodbath, boys, let's make it a good 'un.

    Utter bastards.

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  2. While McChrystal poses as the 'I have the solution' man, the killing continues.

    People don't care OR, as long as it's not their son, daughter, nephew etc., they just don't care.

    Sorry I'm feeling low and can't understand why the country isn't protesting about this continual loss of life.

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  3. Oddrightie

    its a yes then still better luck in your next life

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  4. My luck in this life is to be able to fight against moronic individuals such as you, Anonymouse.

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  5. Oh Dear! oddrightie

    Even Cameron has given up on Lisbon
    your luck is running out
    drip! drip!drip!

    who would of thought it Cameron a traitor to the Eurosceptic cause



    http://conservativehome.blogs.com/thetorydiary/


    David Cameron and William Hague want to avoid a direct confrontation with the party's Eurosceptic members and MPs

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  6. Anonymouse, my luck will never, ever run out as long as I believe in decency and democracy. I don't give a flying f**k about The Conservative Leadership but a great deal about the Conservative cause. If Cameron is able to urinate all over Labour then I shall be more than happy. As for The EU, one day it will end in bloodshed and revolution which will probably begin in France when, having surrendered everyhing else they are told German is to be their first language.
    As for my luck, Jimmy Snot still undemocratically leads The Labour Party. My good fortune could ask for nothing better.
    Now who's ha-haaing? Twat.

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  7. Oddrightie


    History is against you we are all European now.


    64% of those who voted in Friday's referendum backed the treaty.

    yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes
    yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes

    so happy I am so happy happy happy

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  8. The Irish electorate produced a 67.1% "Yes" vote,

    Mr Brown said: "I welcome the decision of the Irish people on the Lisbon Treaty.


    You have been crushed ha ha ha ha
    http://www.irishtimes.com/newspaper/breaking/2009/1003/breaking1.htm

    Lisbon Treaty passed with decisive 67% in favour

    http://www.irishtimes.com/newspaper/breaking/2009/1003/breaking24.htm
    Vote to remain at heart of Europe


    And a stake through your heart and now the conservatives tear themselves apart

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  9. Off to the pub Oddrightie have a pint or two to celebrate our final victory over the Eurosceptic forces of darkness.

    I will have to be careful though the landlord is of your Ilk and will not take kindly to any pro European talk

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  10. I'm just going to ignore that moron from now on, OR, he's not worth the trouble and he only spoils the threads from your posts, which is exactly what he wants to do and what his job is.
    Edgar is absolutely right, as usual, OR.

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  11. As has been pointed out, after all this time in that country, for our armed forces to still be under equipped, is a downright disgrace. As for pulling out, I don't think we can due to Pakistans possession of the Nuclear bomb. If we pulled out and gave the country over to the Taliban, they would have a bigger powerbase to overthrow the Pakistan Government and if that were to happen, well I'll leave it to your own imaginations.

    I would like to see a much firmer stance taken on Pakistanis in this country whose sympathies are all to apparent.

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