Tuesday, May 10, 2011

British Islamists: Should we tolerate the intolerant or support the station protest?

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Don't these idiots realise we fought 2 World Wars and countless other conflicts in order to perserve our identity and freedom? That we'll not give it up easily? They are entirely ignorant of the British psyche and its cultural history. But one thing they ARE good at is protesting at train stations. They're actually doing us all a favour.

The latest one is moaning about their future King and Prince Harry serving in the military - but of course they serve. That's what our Royals do! Didn't they know? But they're a bit cheeky because involving the Royals they draw immediate attention to their Train station protest.

Whatever your opinions of Empire and war, the United Kingdom has traditionally been a non-agressor and has in fact always defended its position with vigour and passion, whether against Germany, Japan, France, or Argentina et al. It just takes the British awhile to realise they're under threat. [Invaders were third time lucky, Romans, Anglo-Saxons, Normans; and after 1066 every attempt has failed]. So if a few character flawed, attention deficit disorder individuals in the name of Islam think they can defeat a naturally very proud country that, let's face it, has not had a battering since 1066, they must be completely potty, ignorant and down right incompetant (like those Pakistanis that didn't know Bin Laden was living next door to their equivalent of Sandhurst).
At least they raised issue of ugly train station

So the next time you have a moment check out their website and just drop your opinion that you're not sure about their new type of comedy. Or are they actually protesting against Britain's ugly train stations? Well they ARE actually ugly so someone has to protest (they always arrive at stations too, coincidence?) - Waterloo is alright, and the new station at Stratford is quite nice. It might take a while to get used to but we will. The British have a wicked sense of humour.

So support them in their Train Station protest - someone's got to do it.

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