GEORGE DUBBYA BUSH - LONDON VISIT

#2
What a joke, we are going to let 700 armed americans run around in london...

What we should do is let him have 30 armed US Secret Services and let the rest be our guys.
 
#4
Unconfirmed reports from a friend of mine in London Town......

groups of americans, 4/6 strong have been seen in and around London in large jeep type vehicles, in civillian clothes wearing.........wait for it.........
flack jackets and baseball caps with F.B.I on them.

Obviously conducting recce etc, but what a bunch of tw*ts.

God bless America....god damn amateurs.
 
#5
"ONE thing comes over loud and clear from the remarkable interview George W Bush has given to The Sun.

He is not the ignorant, trigger-happy warmonger that protesters will claim he is.

Bush is an intelligent, thoughtful and compassionate man for whom war is the last resort.

His enduring love is peace and the freedom it can bring.

The President is positive the world is a safer place than it was before America and Britain took action against Saddam Hussein.

He will tell the families of British troops killed in Iraq that their loved ones made a sacrifice for a noble cause.

They have made it safer for our grandchildren to grow up in a free and peaceful world, says Bush.

He answers those who question the need for war on Saddam by saying it would have been much worse to have sat and done nothing in the face of threats from cold-blooded killers like him.

The Left has its own agenda which will set the vicious tone of this week’s demos across Britain.

These people hate America because it is big, rich and powerful and not afraid to do what it believes is right.

They despise the special relationship between our two countries and the trust and friendship that exists between Bush and Tony Blair.

The Sun supports their right to protest — that, after all, is a vital part of liberty.

But we could not disagree more profoundly with the way they twist the truth and prey on the doubts of reasonable people.

We defy anyone who reads President Bush’s words in The Sun today to say that America is anything other than a tremendous force for good.

We are proud to associate ourselves with his vews.

And on behalf of our 10 million readers, we extend him a very warm welcome to Britain.


Very nicely said Ms. Wade. Now, about the small matter of your "Newspaper" leading the charge to smear British Soldiers with all sorts, in the aftermath of OP. Telic?

I love tabloid patriotism, even when they ask us to be patriotic to a foreign power :evil:
 
#6
I wonder if Bushes diary includes meeting MPs and the like...

What a cracking photo it he was seen shaking hands with Martin Mcguiness and Gerry Adams...

War on terror my arrse! :evil:
 
#7
That would be an excellent photo op indeed :twisted:

Isn't "The Sun" owned by the same Ozzie Dwarf who also owns Faux news?

Oh, nice poll on Sky News" this AM . Less rigging on the Cutty Sark.
 
#11
How surprised can we be that 700 odd septics are allowed to run the show over here? You have Bliar to thank. It's just another notch on GWB's bedpost. It’s his way of showing that we are his lapdog.

It’s akin to the celebrity thing. The more large black 'security' blokes you have in your entourage, the more 'important' you are to the plebeians.

As we all know, the yanks will go totally over the top, given the opportunity. We have given them the opportunity. Bliar is lying on his back, begging that the shaved chimp scratches his ball sack. We had a dog that did that so we shot it for having no moral fibre.

Now you may state that the terrorist situation dictates the amount of security but I say its just dubbya pulling the 'I'm nearly as important as Jennifer Lopez' sketch bling, bling.

Good to see Queenie has said 'The Royal Guards will be sufficient so tell your comedy act to fcuk off' on the security issue.

This is just a bitch slap to bliar from the well-groomed anthropoid, george. The signals this sends out is 'you’re my bitch, get your ball gag on'.

Is this a State visit, Governmental visit or just a 'surveying my 51st state visit'?
 
#12
So what is the problem?
Of course he will bring his own security as well. Doesn't our Royal family take their own bodyguards wherever they go? When Prince Charles visited Melbourne didn't he take his royal protection squad with him? And his visits happen under totally different threat circumstances. Dubbya is probably the most wanted man to be killed in the world right now.

The object is to work alongside the yanks just as in every other occasion. We know London, they know their president and the threat.
It has been well documented that the police numbers are not adequate for the situation. Not only we have to deal with the physical threat against Bush and Blair but also the threat to the general population in London, the civil disturbance by radical elements in the protestors as well as the volume of the 'peaceful' procession.
It is an excellent opportunity for all sorts of nutters. We have to cover every inch of the ground for possible bomb placements, sniper positions, dirty weapons, etc. We have to be on the lookout for suicide bombers, concealed weapons, and many other things that possibly could happen. Of course we need the yanks' help. And if they're carrying guns around London so be it. I wish one day our government will realise that in the UK we don't live in this much-hyped peaceful multi-cultural rosey tinted fluffy bubble anymore. The friendly beat bobby is no more a detterent but a target. Drug dealers, rapists and muggers are not love-deprived youth but absolute scum that should be shot on sight. Muslims are not part of our celebrated democratic, multi-ethnic society but potential enemy. Americans had to have 9/11 to wake up. They do 'ethnic profiling' and have the Patriot Act to encompass all manner of arrests, investigations and surveillance. Here we just have our civil liberties so sacred that we don't dare touch anyone.
Frankly I am with the yanks on this one.
 
#15
They do 'ethnic profiling' and have the Patriot Act to encompass all manner of arrests, investigations and surveillance
I suggest you read up on how the "Patriot Act" , or more importantly "Patriot II" is being received in the US right now. There is a broad spectrum of Septics, currently worried about this, from "Liberals" to Ozark Mountain men (You can have my gun, if you can prise it out of my cold dead fingers)

Of course we need the yanks' help. And if they're carrying guns around London so be it.
Don't they also have immunity from prosecution, if they waste an innocent bystander?

Great images, of FBI and Secret Service personnel, stopping and interviewing British people. Reminded me of similar photos, of British Policemen and German Feldpolizei in Jersey doing the same thing. Made me so proud to be British, knowing the whole world has been told, our security services can't be trusted to do the job.



Muslims are not part of our celebrated democratic, multi-ethnic society but potential enemy
That is some generalization. Just like "All Irish people are terrorists"


Americans had to have 9/11 to wake up
Were you asleep or not on the planet between 1970 and 2000?

Did you miss Omagh, Eniskillen, Caterham, Birmingham, Guildford, Docklands, Canary Wharf, Warrington etc etc?

The British people are , with the exception of Israel, the most terrorist aware CivPop in the world. We don't need patronising, with scary bedtime stories in the press, and CVR(T) parked in the Taxi ranks at the 'Row. We've already lived through it. America seems to think terrorism started on 11/9. It didn't. As MDN says, let's see the reaction, if he shakes McGuiness and Adams hands.

Here we just have our civil liberties so sacred that we don't dare touch anyone.
Yes we do. There is a bloody great white monument, half way up Whitehall, that tells us why those civil liberties are so important. We didn't defeat a totlitarian state, to have it slid in via the back door, by our so called allies, and their Quislings.

America, and the American people are not our problem. You'd be hard pressed to find a Brit who HATED Americans. But there is a problem. If there wasn't, there wouldn't be 100000+ demonstrators, and resistance from all quarters, right up to Madge. God Bless Her.
 
#16
PartTimePongo said:
They do 'ethnic profiling' and have the Patriot Act to encompass all manner of arrests, investigations and surveillance
I suggest you read up on how the "Patriot Act" , or more importantly "Patriot II" is being received in the US right now. There is a broad spectrum of Septics, currently worried about this, from "Liberals" to Ozark Mountain men (You can have my gun, if you can prise it out of my cold dead fingers)

Well I don't really agree with either of these categories

Of course we need the yanks' help. And if they're carrying guns around London so be it.
Don't they also have immunity from prosecution, if they waste an innocent bystander?

what if they get run over by a truck?

Great images, of FBI and Secret Service personnel, stopping and interviewing British people. Reminded me of similar photos, of British Policemen and German Feldpolizei in Jersey doing the same thing. Made me so proud to be British, knowing the whole world has been told, our security services can't be trusted to do the job.

British people are called the ones in Guantanamo too.

Muslims are not part of our celebrated democratic, multi-ethnic society but potential enemy
That is some generalization. Just like "All Irish people are terrorists"

Read my statement again..you forgot the statement 'potential'..remember the extra security considerations in your application to the Forces if you had ancestors from Ireland?


Americans had to have 9/11 to wake up
Were you asleep or not on the planet between 1970 and 2000?

Did you miss Omagh, Eniskillen, Caterham, Birmingham, Guildford, Docklands, Canary Wharf, Warrington etc etc?

No I didn't miss them....what were our security measures then? armed patrols on Ireland's streets is the answer.

The British people are , with the exception of Israel, the most terrorist aware CivPop in the world. We don't need patronising, with scary bedtime stories in the press, and CVR(T) parked in the Taxi ranks at the 'Row. We've already lived through it. America seems to think terrorism started on 11/9. It didn't. As MDN says, let's see the reaction, if he shakes McGuiness and Adams hands.

I am talking about Bush's visit..the CVR(T)s are British...All are politicians are forced to do same

Here we just have our civil liberties so sacred that we don't dare touch anyone.
Yes we do. There is a bloody great white monument, half way up Whitehall, that tells us why those civil liberties are so important. We didn't defeat a totlitarian state, to have it slid in via the back door, by our so called allies, and their Quislings.

yeah we had to fight 2 world wars and now we got the 3rd one.
 
#17
I read in yesterday's Telegraph that the Queen has declined the Spam's requests to have the walls of Bush's room strengthened, armoured shutters and additional blast proof curtains. Apparently a Palace source says that Bliar is in for a bollocking from HMQ after the visit.

My office is about 150 metres from Buck House. We are told that we may not be able to get into work during the Chimp's visit because of road closures: no mail will be delivered and parking may be suspended to allow 'special vehicles' to be parked. How much of this is to allow for the Chimp to move about and how much to allow for soap-dodgers protesting I do not know.

All in all better if he stayed at home, particularly since the Spams are so worried about him. Funny though, I recall that rather more US Presidents have been assassinated in their own country than elsewhere, and by their own people.

I will be interesting to be stopped by an FBI or Secret Service man; they don't have any jurisdiction here, so will need to be accompanied by a British police officer, which might just save an unfortunate incident or two.
 

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#19
Interesting stat from a paper today, but unsure of its veracity. There are more police on duty in London during this visit than there are British troops deployed in Iraq. Some prioritising of resources.
 

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