Not a happy Xmas for everyone...........

#2
I will be thinking of them and all of the families affected by what is happening.
 
#4
I will be thinking about our losses and those who mourn

Don't worry about your comment Johnboy I work in Edinburgh big house they deserve all they get
 
#5
johnboyzzz said:
will be thinking of them too and hoping for a peaceful time for those currently serving.
however, you have to think of these poor souls:
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk/7158759.stm

haha
Children of prisoners are three times as likely to suffer mental health problems compared with their peers and experience higher levels of social disadvantage, it says.
I suspect that this has nothing whatsoever to do with the 'separation', it is entirely down to the fact that they are the children of the sort of scum who end up in prison. They'd be mental and deprived if their appalling parent was with them - with the added bonus that they'd be being trained up by their father to be the next generation of thieving scrote.

Perhaps these bleeding-heart liberals should do a comparison with those children who have lost a father on operations - they will not turn out to be a burden on society because they will be brought up with the memory of service and sacrifice not in an environment of self-indulgence, self-pity and utter disregard for the rest of society that we see in the 'victims' of the justice system.
 
#6
sidrct said:
I will be thinking about our losses and those who mourn

Don't worry about your comment Johnboy I work in Edinburgh big house they deserve all they get
Couldn't agree with you more and i hope the "hotel" if full
 
#7
And all those EX servicemen who are living rough on the streets of our towns and cites.
And those in prison, because they have Mental Health problems and the NHS / Home office don't care, or don't give a damn!

All those who have split with their families with the pressures from ALL the Combat Tours.

I thank God, I have a very special person in my life NOW!

Peace :email:
 
#8
Fifth_Columnist said:
johnboyzzz said:
will be thinking of them too and hoping for a peaceful time for those currently serving.
however, you have to think of these poor souls:
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk/7158759.stm

haha
Children of prisoners are three times as likely to suffer mental health problems compared with their peers and experience higher levels of social disadvantage, it says.
I suspect that this has nothing whatsoever to do with the 'separation', it is entirely down to the fact that they are the children of the sort of scum who end up in prison. They'd be mental and deprived if their appalling parent was with them - with the added bonus that they'd be being trained up by their father to be the next generation of thieving scrote.

Perhaps these bleeding-heart liberals should do a comparison with those children who have lost a father on operations - they will not turn out to be a burden on society because they will be brought up with the memory of service and sacrifice not in an environment of self-indulgence, self-pity and utter disregard for the rest of society that we see in the 'victims' of the justice system.

Agreed. Wonder why it hasn't sunk in that most of the time the fault for a parent going into prison is that of the parent!!! If you can't do the time ... don't do the crime!!! Mind you that's probably a bit complicated for some to work out ... too much like logical!!! :?

There is NO similarity between the family 'problems' created by some toerag getting themselves sent down and the shock and loss to a family affected by a serviceman being killed on operations ... Honour and Service against self interest??? NO FECKING CONTEST!!!

:pissedoff:

Anyway .. end of rant .. and a Happy Merry and Safe Christmas to all arrsers everywhere
 
#9
My thoughts are with all serving soldiers wherever you are,and also with
the bereaved families,may you find peace.
 

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