Monday, 26 March 2007

Daily Mirror - Disgusting attack on our servicemen

Be advised. This article is going to make you angry, very angry. If it does not, then you are a very, very sad piece of slime and not fit to live in Our Country.

If you are a reader of that rag, The Daily Mirror, the mouth-piece of the Labour side of the Tri-Axis of evil and you continue to be, having read the recent article by that creature Paul Routledge a few days ago then you are either completly brain dead or not British. In fact being a reader of the Red Rag, your probably neither.

Remember that the following insult to Our Forces was printed on the day that 15 of our boys(and girl) were taken hostage by the Mad Moslems of the Middle East. Read it and burn with anger. Below is a sample of what to expect.

Diddy Dave Cameron, who wouldn't know a rifle from a raffle, wants troops to jump the NHS queues and get instant treatment.

This shameless bid for 200,000 votes is mounted on the back of service families' complaints about NHS hospitals.

The moans are all the louder because dedicated hospitals for the services are being phased out. Squaddies must now rely on the health service (I presume that officers go private).

Well, welcome to the real world, corporal. That's what the rest of us have to put up with all the time.

Why should an injury suffered in Basra count for more than one suffered in Birmingham?

We have a volunteer army. There are no conscripts. These men and women choose to place themselves in the line of conflict.

It is a good thing that they do, but I question whether that gives them superior rights to Mrs Smith in South Elmsall.

The brass hats in Whitehall, and retired Colonel Blimps aplenty, are loud in their demands for preferential treatment in every conceivable context, from taxpayers' money to luxury accommodation.

A bit of humility might come in handy.

Hatred. That is what I feel towards The Mirror and the scum who write for it. If you continue to read the rag after his then add yourself to the Green Arrow shit list.

Now I and three of my brothers have all served in the armed forces for long periods of time and we have all come to realise that there is only one political Party that cares about our armed forces.

If you are Army and want your Regiments back and to be a soldier in the British Army then vote B.N.P.

If you are Royal Navy and want the ships and dockyards back then vote B.N.P.

If you are Royal Air Force and want real aircraft that can defend our ships and men then vote B.N.P.

If you are a civilian and want the above then you to must vote for the British National Party.

For it's Tommy this, an' Tommy that, an' "Chuck him out, the brute!"
But it's "Saviour of 'is country," when the guns begin to shoot;
An' it's Tommy this, an' Tommy that, an' anything you please;
But Tommy ain't a bloomin' fool - you bet that Tommy sees!

Tommy - Rudyard Kipling


shieldwall said...

absolutely disgraceful,that reporter is a disgrace to journalism.Military hospitals should never have been closed.We had a wonderful R.N hospital here in Plymouth once,a great place,now sadly gone.

shieldwall said...

great picture of the thin red line during the Crimean war,stand steady lads.

The Green Arrow said...

RNH Haslar was a great example and the uniforms were immaculate as were the Military Hospitals.

I would like to think that the BNP would bring them back at the same time they do away with mixed wards.

The Green Arrow said...

The Thin Red Line idea came from the line in the "Tommy" poem.

The BNP would restore the pride of our forces.

When is the last time you saw the guys out drinking in their uniforms?

If I was home on leave I was always having my collar rubbed for luck with the standard fee of a glass of rum.

Felicity said...

The Mirror is a rag, I didn't see the article so thanks for posting it GA.
The reason the soldiers deserve special treatment is because they ARE special. Unlike the sweaty hack they are men who matter, not pen pushing armchair warriors way out of the danger zone.

Anonymous said...

I have followed your link to the
Mirror site and headed to the forum section to see what the mirror readers talk about
The section headed OUR FORCES
has 14 topics and 82 replies
Under the heading SHOWBIZ
there is a BIG BROTHER section that has 484 topics and 4322 replies. You can draw your own conclusions