- 03-05-2012, 10:13 #11Insert Witty Comment
- 03-05-2012, 10:13 #12
You sanctimonious pricks. The Argies are only having a "comemoration" for political reasons - nothing like turning the crew into martyrs to win votes - without actually caring about them. So why should we? Well done HMS Conqueror. Shame we didn't get their carrier as well and make it a double celebration.A l'eau; C'est l'heure.
- 03-05-2012, 10:16 #13
- 03-05-2012, 10:18 #14
Are we picking our targets now?
I didn't see anyone getting upset when we were cracking gags about 9/11 and Maddie and some poor cunt getting a chainsaw to the canister. As soon as its soldiers we start developing wafer skin.Steven Seagull is a rotten, internet bully, a seventh generation cunt, he was born in a state of misery, half-cooked with a mean streak a mile wide. Over the years he has developed a passion for human oddities, presdigitation, tattooing and torture.
- 03-05-2012, 10:20 #15
As to whether it's right or not:
1. It's the naafi. If you don't like it, go somewhere else
2. Happy St Skyscrapers Day.
go and read that classic and have a big cry about insensitivityA l'eau; C'est l'heure.
- 03-05-2012, 10:20 #16"On days like these, we remember that there is a mission that is not over," Belgrano survivor Admiral Jorge Castro said at the ceremony.
"There are 323 voices calling to us that there is an open wound. Every day they they remind us that the Malvinas are, were and will be Argentine."[SIGPIC][/SIGPIC]
- 03-05-2012, 10:25 #17
- 03-05-2012, 10:27 #18
But agreed, there is no cause for celebration here.
The Argentine casualties should be remembered as the lamented victims of a government of cunts. Such casualties are something that we in the UK share with them.Peccavi.
- 03-05-2012, 10:28 #19
We should take this opportunity to comemorate one of the greatest headlines in British journalism
A l'eau; C'est l'heure.
- 03-05-2012, 10:36 #20
First of all, Rest in Peace to the 323 sailors who lost their lives. They were though at the time, the enemy and the sinking of the Belgrano was an event in a war started by Argentina invading the Falkland Islands.
I think Argentina has every right to commemorate the loss of their servicemen. Indeed I would be very surprised if they didn't. This report though tell's us that they also used the ceremony to re-iterate their claim to the Falklands.
Phrases such as "On days like these, we remember that there is a mission that is not over," Belgrano survivor Admiral Jorge Castro said at the ceremony, demonstrate that the memory of those who lost their lives are being used to keep the embers burning on the Falklands belong to us bonfire.
To be honest, what's the difference between the old military junta and the present "democratically elected" regime as far as the Falklands issue is concerned. Other than the fact that the current lot haven't put boots on the ground, the rhetoric is very similar.
That's why, in spite of the fact that so many lost their lives, I don't really have much sympathy for them.I was a good runner in the mob. I alway's liked to think I could get out of trouble quicker than what I got into it!
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