- 30-06-2012, 23:51 #41
If you can't take the RAF, you shouldn't have joined a joke.
- Join Date
- May 2005
- 01-07-2012, 08:09 #42
"Local residents opposed to plans to site surface-to-air missiles on roofs for added security during the Olympics."
I hear they have the sympathy of the sponsors, who have offered branded barrage balloons as a more eco-friendly option.
B"It is pointless having armies deployed abroad when there is no prudent council at home." Seneca (c. 3 BC Ė 65 AD)
"Government's a fuck up, half the Civil Service is out to lunch. The Foreign Office is as much use as a wet dream, the country is stoney-broke and the bankers are taking our money and giving us the finger." D J M Cornwell (1931AD- )
- 01-07-2012, 09:48 #43
Thing is, its not going to happen again, no-one trains muslims to crash aircraft any more and the aircraft have more anti hijack features and most passengers are ready to take on a terrorist, I have my aerosol and lighter packed ready for the cnuts and a healthy hatred of extremists.
They arent going to try and do that stunt at an Olympics, next time a plane is used it wont be during a big event when tensions are high, just be another normal day a few years from now.Iíve heard that fact, that is you eat more than 6 bananas it will kill you.
I saw a bowl with 7 bananas in it, and i thought, thatís dangerous.
ďThe toilet is too far from the sink which isnít what you need in India. Both are often required at the same timeĒ
- 01-07-2012, 11:02 #44
A whole huge 1000 petition & taking this to court??
So the fact they're being defended by a possibly attack has gone completely over their head? besides it's only for a short period so what planet are these moaning twats on?
- 01-07-2012, 11:06 #45
London shitholes in the 80s passing by-laws against foxhunting, and declaring themselves 'nuclear-free zones'. Leftie posturing by a bunch of overgrown 6th-formers.
- 01-07-2012, 11:18 #46
Who said that the chuntering twats had a logical (or original) thought beyond whatever outrage bus they deem fit to jump aboard?
Small-minded, reactionary dullards who, in my own fantasy land, would benefit from a 747 ploughing in directly on top of them.You know you're out of the Army when your bergan is going moldy in the loft. Bugger.
- 01-07-2012, 11:20 #47
Interestingly there was a similar reaction the last time AD assets were deployed in London during the V weapons attacks in 1944.
The firing of anti-aircraft guns within the built-up area was signally failing to blow up the pilotless aircraft in the air - instead when hit they fell to explode on the ground, unspent shells and shrapnel clanging onto the rooftops. Lt-General Pile admitted: 'In the districts where they fell, our troops were refused cigarettes in the local shops and even denied access to restaurants, while the very fact that the guns were firing at all was a cause of infinite offence. Many people wrote, in person or through their solicitors, complaining of the horrid noise'
Cambell, Christy. Target London: Under Attack from the V-Weapons. Little, Brown, London, 2012. ISBN 978-1-4087-0292-5
- 01-07-2012, 11:39 #48
And an airliner crashing onto East London and killing a few thousands of the residents would be a bad thing?Warning, this post contains some flash photography.
- 01-07-2012, 13:19 #49
Just take over the local park, site them there along with fencing the whole place off & create a nice little camp. Fuck the local kids off from playing football or basketball with the knowledge of this tool being the reason!The Views of this person don't necessarily represent those of his brain!
- 01-07-2012, 20:32 #50
Tbf this is more window dressing to keep the yanks happy.
Apprantlymthey wanted to send a patriot battery over here:(On a Hot morning in cyprus I found the meaning of anger. Fortunataly I was comftably numb.
The RSM and various other NCO's seemed very agitated.
maybe they should look into counselling?