I am hearing rumours of "serving squaddies" taking part in EDL demos. What would be the disciplinary consequences, if any these days, if these alleged activities were to come to the notice of a serving soldier's unit?
Yes, for the first its considered masculine to turn up with shaved head, jeans, doc martins and facial tattoss and for the second its considered feminine if you dont. Jenni xxJust to throw a spanner in the works, is there any difference in attending an EDL rally or a gay pride one?
That is precisely the sort of answer I was looking for. So glad to see that the British Army has not been entirely NewLabourised.Well, as direction has been given to all serving members that their attendance on any EDL events in uniform is categorically not to be done I would expect the repurcussions to be swift and serious.
On a side note, I am well aware of recent EDL (Luton) footage which apprently shows people in C95 and a variety of capbadges, having seen the videos I can offer this as my honest opinion:
They are either first class sphincters with nothing better to do with their time than go and but uniform to 'look well ard' when they cut about terrorising people at their peaceful demos.
Or.... more likely.
They are ex serving who have found a sense of 'clanship' in a group of fucktards that have decided they can put their old uniform on and 'represent' us.....
Either way they are ******* idiots of the highest order and anyone stupid enough to attend and event in or out of uniform whilst serving deserves all they get.
That is all....
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