AS LEBANON BURNS (WHERE THE **** IS MR BLAIR)

#1
:x I may be classed as slow in mind and sometimes quite a simple chap. Yet as I see the genocide taking place in Lebanon I cannot help but wonder: where the **** is our illustrious leader? what is his take on this situation.
Would Sir Winston Churchill have gone to ground?

What is the difference between Saddam hussains Government, and the hell on earth and massacre being delivered by the Israeli government. 'Sledge hammer to crack a wallnut springs to mind'. Am I alone in this thinking.

we burst into Iraq what the **** are we doing ignoring this massacre.
I am Proud to be British right now.

In my oppinion we are bogged down all over the world, we are spread to thinly on the ground and Mr Blair has a constant look on his face that says to me 'can someone please tell me what the **** I should do next' (with a smile of course).

Or is it just me??????????

Andy Gregory.
 
#2
Hes looking down the back of the sofa for some more soldiers.

He clearly wants to go but hes leant all of his troops to Bush to play with, thus none are left in his own toy box.

He is also wondering why we've run out of troops because he was weighing the pig constantly and he was sure it was getting heavier!

(NO WAH - what is an RAF parachute Pilot?)
 
#3
EAGLE1 said:
'Sledge hammer to crack a wallnut springs to mind'.

Andy Gregory.


No point trying to crack a wallnut with a wet blanket, as our Government would try,

I say to Isreal smack it good :lol: :lol:
 
#5
EAGLE1 said:
:x I may be classed as slow in mind and sometines quite simple. Yet as I see the genocide taking place in Lebanon I cannot help but wonder where the * is our illustrious leader what is his take on this situation.

What is the difference between Saddam hussains Government, and the hell on earth and massacre being delivered by the Israeli government. 'Sledge hammer to crack a wallnut springs to mind'. Am I alone in this thinking.

we burst into Iraq what the * are we doing ignoring this massacre.
Proud to be british my arse.

Andy Gregory.
Dont be so hysterical
 

Zoid

Old-Salt
#6
Well its obvious where Tony is. He's chewing the fat with Dubbya on internationl TV, talking about putting an end to this "sh1t" :D
 
#7
Trevelez said:
He's doing as he's told by GBW.
..and Lord Levy, who, when not assisting Insp. Knacker with his enquiries, is Bliar's 'special adviser' on the Middle East.


Presumably there are no American citizens in Lebanon, given the US's lack of action?
It has been reported elsewhere that the USMC pitched up to evacuate US citizens. Apparently they were criticised for taking a long time to arrive - so, no change there, then.
 
#8
As a fully qualified bloke in all manners of psychology - why dont you have any letters after your name?

Hi my name is Andy Gregory, a decorated former Special Forces soldier, qualified pilot, parachute pilot, fully trained in Social Psychology, Behavioral Psychology, Developmental Psychology, Individual Differentiation, Cognitive Psychology, Bio-psychology and Research in Psychology I am a father of five children, successful singer songwriter and post traumatic stress and sexual abuse SURVIVOR.
Home Page | Contact Andy Gregory
by Andy Gregory GSM "This is an impressive book that should help service personnel"
Dr Alun D Jones MD BSc DPM FRCPsych
Consultant psychiatrist for traumatised ex-servicemen
Defence In Mind
by Andy Gregory (?????? - no qualifications - ???????)
is available for £9.99 (GBP) including postage & packing
 
#9
Pillager said:
As a fully qualified bloke in all manners of psychology - why dont you have any letters after your name?

Hi my name is Andy Gregory, a decorated former Special Forces soldier, qualified pilot, parachute pilot, fully trained in Social Psychology, Behavioral Psychology, Developmental Psychology, Individual Differentiation, Cognitive Psychology, Bio-psychology and Research in Psychology I am a father of five children, successful singer songwriter and post traumatic stress and sexual abuse SURVIVOR.
Home Page | Contact Andy Gregory
by Andy Gregory GSM "This is an impressive book that should help service personnel"
Dr Alun D Jones MD BSc DPM FRCPsych
Consultant psychiatrist for traumatised ex-servicemen
Defence In Mind
by Andy Gregory (?????? - no qualifications - ???????)
is available for £9.99 (GBP) including postage & packing
Do you think he could tell us whether bragging is a Social Psychology, Behavioral Psychology, Developmental Psychology, Individual Differentiation or Cognitive Psychology issue? :)
 
#10
I emphasize Lord Levy is a special advisor...not different but "special".

As for where is Mr Blair, sadly he is not doing gang-plank duty on HMS Bulwark - because this is the type of thing he knows NOTHING about. Just as he knows nothing about PSO in the Balkans, war-fighting in the gulf and whatever you call ops in Afghanistan these days. Sadly he needs to learn but alack he has no chance...
 
#11
Pillager said:
As a fully qualified bloke in all manners of psychology - why dont you have any letters after your name?
He does: GSM, which I imagine stands for General Service Medal, though it's incorrect to use it as a post-nominal. It's also an award and not a decoration.

I note that his book is recommended by Alun Jones, a somewhat controversial figure in the area of PTSD treatment; some might say it's hardly a recommendation at all...
 
#12
EAGLE1 said:
:x I may be classed as slow in mind and sometines quite simple. Yet as I see the genocide taking place in Lebanon I cannot help but wonder where the * is our illustrious leader what is his take on this situation.

What is the difference between Saddam hussains Government, and the hell on earth and massacre being delivered by the Israeli government. 'Sledge hammer to crack a wallnut springs to mind'. Am I alone in this thinking.

we burst into Iraq what the * are we doing ignoring this massacre.
Proud to be british my arse.

Andy Gregory.
You are not alone in thinking what is happening is a disgrace. Bush and Blair, as well as standing up to Islamic terrorists should be using all means to stop the Israelis indulging in war crimes.
 
#13
EAGLE1 said:
:x I may be classed as slow in mind and sometines quite simple. Yet as I see the genocide taking place in Lebanon I cannot help but wonder where the * is our illustrious leader what is his take on this situation.

What is the difference between Saddam hussains Government, and the hell on earth and massacre being delivered by the Israeli government. 'Sledge hammer to crack a wallnut springs to mind'. Am I alone in this thinking.

we burst into Iraq what the * are we doing ignoring this massacre.
Proud to be british my arse.

Andy Gregory.
Im right behind Israel. Burn those fcukers till (a) You get your boys back in one piece and (b) someone in the Palestinian govt puts the firkin anchors on the hezzies. The Bush/Blair brotherhood cant be asked to answer all the worlds problems. Lets call the UN, maybe they can have a week long meeting, make some ridiculous resolutions that are impossible to enfore and then send the Pakistani UN soldiers to take care of the hot spots. Even better, lets leave em to it and let the last man standing be declared "winner takes all".
 
#14
ViroBono said:
It has been reported elsewhere that the USMC pitched up to evacuate US citizens. Apparently they were criticised for taking a long time to arrive - so, no change there, then.
Question... How many airstrikes did they call in? :twisted:
 
#15
I for one am quite keen for the Dear Leader to keep silent, as on past form, if he starts talking about imposing solutions in horrible places, the next thing I know is that I'm being issued with all sorts of interesting kit, and am being invited on an all-expenses trip to some sh*t-hole where the residents don't tend to be friendly. So Tony - STFU!

As for the ParaHeli flying SF dealer of death and counselling who started this thread... you need to get out more pal, what are you trying to do - repopulate your village?
 
#16
In case anyone has forgotten Lebanon and Hezbollah are both in material brach of UN Resolution 1551. Is the UN enforcing said resolution? No...
 
#17
Warrior_Poet said:
In case anyone has forgotten Lebanon and Hezbollah are both in material brach of UN Resolution 1551. Is the UN enforcing said resolution? No...
How exactly are they in breach of this resolution?

UN Resolution 1551

Anyway, speaking of countries in breach of UN resolutions....

Successive Israeli governments have ignored UN resolutions calling for the withdrawal of its forces from the Occupied Territories and condemning its actions against the Palestinians. The UN recognises that Israel has committed serious violations of international law; breached the Geneva Conventions; and that it refuses to implement Security Council Resolutions. Its record of defying the UN far exceeds that of any other member state.

In the period between the 1967 war and the year 2000, the UN Security Council has passed 138 resolutions relating to the Israel/Palestine conflict, all of which have been ignored.

Even this underestimates the true scale of Israel's defiance of the UN, since the chief backers of the Zionist state, the US and Britain, have regularly used their power to veto Security Council draft resolutions. In total, the US had blocked more than 35 draft Security Council resolutions on Israel.

link
 
#18
Can't open the link but seem to remember as part of the Israeli withdrawal terms that Hezbollah was to be disarmed by the Lebanese. The net result of their failure to comply is what we are seeing on our TV screens.

I have a sneaking suspicion that this Israeli action is merely the thin end of the wedge and this conflict will widen because it isn't just about Hezbollah.
 
#19
Warrior_Poet said:
Can't open the link but seem to remember as part of the Israeli withdrawal terms that Hezbollah was to be disarmed by the Lebanese. The net result of their failure to comply is what we are seeing on our TV screens.

I have a sneaking suspicion that this Israeli action is merely the thin end of the wedge and this conflict will widen because it isn't just about Hezbollah.
Sorry about that, go here and scroll down to 1551

UN Security Council Resolutions 1522 - 1580

1551 is about Bosnia and Herzegovina so I thought you might have been on about Hezbollah helping the Bosnian moslems at the time of the war there.
 

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