cameron demeans himself

#1
Cameron has just stood up in the house of commons and apologised 'on behalf of the british people' for bloody sunday!

Not for me he did'nt, and this on the day we lose two more in Afghan. Blair in a different skin?
 
#4
He does NOT speak for me either!

Cameron, sounding just like Bliar!

This country remains: cream-crackered, cattle-trucked in fact.

Shame, shame, shame!
 
#5
Very disappointing bit of grovelling from CMD. I thought we had left the meaningless apologies behind us when the previous shower were turfed out.
You are not speaking for me Prime Minister.
Any chance that McGuinness will apologise for being armed at the time?
 
#7
misdameaner said:
Cameron has just stood up in the house of commons and apologised 'on behalf of the british people' for bloody sunday!

Not for me he did'nt, and this on the day we lose two more in Afghan. Blair in a different skin?
Got quite emotional when i saw the news.....don,t think the wife has ever heard any one swear so much!
Sold out again.....the whole army has been insulted,not just the Paras!
Don,t know why we bothered!
 
#8
Lets' face it, the out come was never in any doubt,and "Call Me Dave",has simply done what any(other than Churchill or Maggie) politician would do.I'm surprised it's taken him this long.The only thing ever in doubt was the the cost of this so called "enquiry"! :x
 
#9
I wasn't going to comment as I was so angry about this, but yet again the politicians have sold us out.
 
#10
No surprises then, sold out by the politicos again, smirking sinn fein barstewards in the background,my fc*ckg blood is boiling, but should know better by now." One eyed enquiry" is how one commentator described it, political pandering to a bunch of murderous thugs more like, waiting with bated breath for the apologies from them for all of the atrocities commited in the name of " the cause" :x :x
 
#14
Fcuk you Prime Minister! :x This is a very sad day indeed..... :cry:
 
#15
Yeah, ! Para Spt Coy were quite right in opening fire on unarmed civilians rather than engaging with the PIRA gunmen. And shooting blokes lying on the ground and people coming to the aid of the wounded - good drills.
FFS. Most sensible people have known for years that Bloody Sunday was a clusterfcuk and was perhaps the biggest recruiting boost for PIRA there could have been.
Just fecking grow up and accept that this was not the British Army's finest hour, and had this festering boil been lanced a lot earlier, maybe a lot of good men would not have died.
 
#16
Barmster said:
Yeah, ! Para Spt Coy were quite right in opening fire on unarmed civilians rather than engaging with the PIRA gunmen. And shooting blokes lying on the ground and people coming to the aid of the wounded - good drills.
FFS. Most sensible people have known for years that Bloody Sunday was a clusterfcuk and was perhaps the biggest recruiting boost for PIRA there could have been.
Just fecking grow up and accept that this was not the British Army's finest hour, and had this festering boil been lanced a lot earlier, maybe a lot of good men would not have died.
Shssssh, don't start introducing logic and sensible arguments into this sob fest.
 
#19
Barmster said:
Yeah, ! Para Spt Coy were quite right in opening fire on unarmed civilians rather than engaging with the PIRA gunmen. And shooting blokes lying on the ground and people coming to the aid of the wounded - good drills.
FFS. Most sensible people have known for years that Bloody Sunday was a clusterfcuk and was perhaps the biggest recruiting boost for PIRA there could have been.
Just fecking grow up and accept that this was not the British Army's finest hour, and had this festering boil been lanced a lot earlier, maybe a lot of good men would not have died.
Quite clearly a poor attempt at a wind-up. I don't think I've read anyone stating that the troops on the ground conducted themselves appropriately. HOWEVER, the PM does appear to be putting the opposition on the moral highground and that is what is completely unacceptable. This politically motivated enquiry has produced a politically acceptable result. It is, along with the continuing expenses atrocity, merely another inditement of our parlous political class.
 
#20
bluntslane said:
Barmster said:
Yeah, ! Para Spt Coy were quite right in opening fire on unarmed civilians rather than engaging with the PIRA gunmen. And shooting blokes lying on the ground and people coming to the aid of the wounded - good drills.
FFS. Most sensible people have known for years that Bloody Sunday was a clusterfcuk and was perhaps the biggest recruiting boost for PIRA there could have been.
Just fecking grow up and accept that this was not the British Army's finest hour, and had this festering boil been lanced a lot earlier, maybe a lot of good men would not have died.
Quite clearly a poor attempt at a wind-up. I don't think I've read anyone stating that the troops on the ground conducted themselves appropriately. HOWEVER, the PM does appear to be putting the opposition on the moral highground and that is what is completely unacceptable. This politically motivated enquiry has produced a politically acceptable result. It is, along with the continuing expenses atrocity, merely another inditement of our parlous political class.
I repeat, what would you have said?
 

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