Hoon washes hands of RMP killings

#2
This is absolutely disgraceful, although sadly it doesn't suprise me....the sooner Bliar and his bands of spin doctor idiots are out of power the better.
 
#3
SURPRISE SURPRISE SURSPRISE

just when you thought the bufoon couldn't sink any lower , why does this pr*ck constantly seem to do things which are against the MOD and it's "employees" and just walk away from it unscathed.
 
#4
I cannot understand why this man still has a job in the government??

This is a total disgrace.

Vote the fcukers out next time round.
 
#5
There is no way Labour can survive the next election, I would rather have the fcuking tories back than these incompetent idiots.

They have failed miserably in all of their policies, with the Iraq War being THE biggest fcuk up, they don't even have the decency to admit their failings - they just sweep what they can under the carpet. Makes me fcuking mad!! :twisted:
 
#6
An attractive thought, I agree, but I'd settle for getting him, the Principal Pierrot and the rest of the Comedy Cabinet voted out of office.

The Butler Report is out soon - I wonder how Hoon will come out of it, as it seems that Bliar's latest attempt to have a tame inquiry may have backfired.
 
#7
yet they're quick enough to court martial , COURT MARTIAL mind , a KOSB who injures an iraqi , i despise this current government to such an extent , morale of the still serving/suffering must be at rock bottom.

i mean dont get me wrong i wouldnt vote tory either , they've proved to be an even bigger bunch of cnuts than labour, and the lib dems are a waste of f**king space , bnp are Nazi scum , and the ukip have got a snowball in hell's chance of getting anything other than a protest vote.


there is however one course of action left.

militairy coup anyone ???
 
#9
shortfuse said:
there is however one course of action left.

militairy coup anyone ???
I have a free weekend in August :)

On a more serious note, the Arrse Party would get my vote - and if i actually gain employment over the next month or so would even think of donating some money to help. (errr, I will donate some to Arrse as well.)
 

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#10
PartTimePongo said:
Entries regarding happy happy joy thoughts as to the future welfare of Ministers of the Crown deleted.

Sorry fellas. It's the ballot box or nowt :D

There is a third way

http://www.arrse.co.uk/html/modules...c&t=7786&sid=6c092364e31d540a195b0f1468a34a24
Ok a third way.

If, hypothetically, I encouraged, incited or suggested that anyone who ever comes into contact with this creature hoon, was to strike, injure or dismember said low-life, lying, cheating, scumball creature, or attempt to do so, would it be illegal ? Or would I just be exercising my right of free speech in a similar vein to outraged members of the public shouting 'Hang the B*stards !' at convicted kiddiefiddlers ?

Just a question to the ARRSE readers.


(To get what the law thinks I've put the same question to a QC)
 
#11
Cutaway said:
If, hypothetically, I encouraged, incited or suggested that anyone who ever comes into contact with this creature hoon, was to strike, injure or dismember said low-life, lying, cheating, scumball creature, or attempt to do so, would it be illegal ? Or would I just be exercising my right of free speech in a similar vein to outraged members of the public shouting 'Hang the B*stards !' at convicted kiddiefiddlers ?
It may be permissible to suggest that it would be alright if the slimy wretch were despatched by means of a suicide bomb, even if the instrument of destruction was carried by or detonated by a child, and particularly if the reason given was that the proposed victim was a member of a religion or ethnic group which disagreed with your opinions on various issues. Mind you, this may only apply if the person expressing such a view is a member of an ethnic or religious minority whose members New Labour are anxious not to upset because they want their votes.
 
#12
shortfuse said:
there is however one course of action left.

militairy coup anyone ???
I don't think a coup is the answer :wink:

However, i wish jackson and the rest of the Generals would fight our corner a bit more rather than worry about who they will upset - they're fekkin 4 star generals - surley they must be listened to.

However if it must be a coup - can i be in charge of social security - i'll sort fekkin scroungers out :twisted:
 
#13
Mighty_Blighty said:
However, i wish jackson and the rest of the Generals would fight our corner a bit more rather than worry about who they will upset - they're fekkin 4 star generals - surley they must be listened to.
Alas! I fear the 4 stars mean nothing to Bliar and the Cabinet, because none of them have ever served; POD et al may as well be parking attendants. Remember, this is a government which believes strongly in ruling from the centre - they couldn't care less if they are dealing with a subject about which they know nothing, and they don't listen to those who are expert in their field if what they say doesn't fit in with their plans.
 
#14
That maybe something to determine future PM's - must have had some form of military service :lol:

As an after thought - maybe ARRSE users should start a "Bring Maggie back" campaign - I know she kicked arrse when it came to defence even if she hadn't served (Maybe she did I don't know :oops: )
 
#15
Mighty_Blighty said:
That maybe something to determine future PM's - must have had some form of military service :lol:

As an after thought - maybe ARRSE users should start a "Bring Maggie back" campaign - I know she kicked arrse when it came to defence even if she hadn't served (Maybe she did I don't know :oops: )
Yeah , she kicked the militairys arse , by starting the cutbacks we're still suffering now damn her mad witch eyes.
 
#16
Mighty Blighty

Remember the Strategic Defence Review?

That was a Conservative initative.

From here on in, we look after orselves and our interests, and that means exercising our democratic initative, to bring pressure on the Political parties to listen.
 
#18
Maggie certainly did kick ass: remember the "Nott Review"? :roll:
 
#19
Maybe Hoon is not as much of a loon as we might think.

If the Brits where to keep hold of the case, then Brit standards of evidence etc would be required ( = next to no chance of a conviction, ot even a prosecution. ) Plus, the locals have no reason to be open towards British Justice.

Handing the case to the Iraqis may mean that evidence is more forthcoming as it will be requested by Iraqis, not RMP, and I would suspect that should the matter come to court, a proper punishment would be handed out ( ie a short drop through a trapdoor. )
 
#20
Mighty_Blighty said:
That maybe something to determine future PM's - must have had some form of military service :lol:

As an after thought - maybe ARRSE users should start a "Bring Maggie back" campaign - I know she kicked arrse when it came to defence even if she hadn't served (Maybe she did I don't know :oops: )
What, like that a*se-licker Eric Joyce? The man who once panned the military hierarchy, claiming the right of free speech, now tows the party line without question as a New labour, Bliarite apparatchik. He was education corps. Fancy him as PM? I think not. 8)
 

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