Oath Of Allegiance

#1
Hey im just wondering what the oath of allegiance (christian) is exactly ?
got to do my oath in a few days just though it be helpful to get used to saying it so i dont c*ck up midsentence

iv tried gooling for it but i can't tell if its the one fore the british army or if its the right one
and searching for previuos threads on it

thanks

side note: i actually put myself down as atheist but my recruiter rang me and asked me to do the christian version because it makes everything easyer... good job i don't give a feck about religion ay...
 

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#3
Where it says mentions the Almighty God, insert 'Pastafarian'. Job jobbed and meatballs for tea.
 
#4
"I (your name here) swear by Almighty God that I will be faithful and bear true allegiance to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth the Second, Her Heirs and Successors and that I will as in duty bound honestly and faithfully defend Her Majesty, Her Heirs and Successors in Person, Crown and Dignity against all enemies and will observe and obey all orders of Her Majesty, Her Heirs and Successors and of the Generals and Officers set over me."
 
#5
Yes putting Athiest down is great for the lads...especially when your in your unit as your Sgt will appreciate the fact you will do all Christmas Duties seeing your not a Religious person allowing all the rest of the lads to go on leave.
 
#6
Yes putting Athiest down is great for the lads...especially when your in your unit as your Sgt will appreciate the fact you will do all Christmas Duties seeing your not a Religious person allowing all the rest of the lads to go on leave.
Dont forget Easter :) The lord bless those Athiests and Jedis' :) Stag on!!
 
#7
What a load of balls nobody would ever be dicked for xmass duties just because they aren't christian. If there aren't enough "volunteers" for duties then picking someone purely on the basis of their faith would immediately leave you open to a discrimination case. We all get the same amount of leave and are entitled to take it for whatever reason we want to regardless if it is a religious holiday or not.
 
#8
What a load of balls nobody would ever be dicked for xmass duties just because they aren't christian. If there aren't enough "volunteers" for duties then picking someone purely on the basis of their faith would immediately leave you open to a discrimination case. We all get the same amount of leave and are entitled to take it for whatever reason we want to regardless if it is a religious holiday or not.
I do believe you were reeled in there. :nod:

Oh! Mind your head, here comes the keep-net.
 
#9
What a load of balls nobody would ever be dicked for xmass duties just because they aren't christian. If there aren't enough "volunteers" for duties then picking someone purely on the basis of their faith would immediately leave you open to a discrimination case. We all get the same amount of leave and are entitled to take it for whatever reason we want to regardless if it is a religious holiday or not.
You tit. Tit Tit Tit (that's not extra abuse, just to make up more than ten characters).

Oh and while I'm at it, to the OP, I got my Oath on a card to read out then sign, it's now on my office wall 30 years later.
 
#10
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Oh and while I'm at it, to the OP, I got my Oath on a card to read out then sign, it's now on my office wall 30 years later.
Same as (only not as long ago), also seem to remember reciting after the recruiting officer had read out a few words at a time (similar to marriage vows).
 
#12
I remember being handed a piece of paper by a Medic, with 2 others on a Tuesday Drill night, after a cough and drop that I didn't need to either cough or drop (Was looking forward to having my balls held by Fit Medic) but I digress. I started reading and realised it was The Oath, all these images that I had of a posh ceremony were quickly dispelled, bit like our Plt Sgt having his LS medal tossed over to him and told "There you go ******!".
 
#13
I remember being handed a piece of paper by a Medic, with 2 others on a Tuesday Drill night, after a cough and drop that I didn't need to either cough or drop (Was looking forward to having my balls held by Fit Medic) but I digress. I started reading and realised it was The Oath, all these images that I had of a posh ceremony were quickly dispelled, bit like our Plt Sgt having his LS medal tossed over to him and told "There you go ******!".
Jesus Christ, thank **** I never had to do the Oath with my pants down as well as wedding vows.
 
#16
What a load of balls nobody would ever be dicked for xmass duties just because they aren't christian. If there aren't enough "volunteers" for duties then picking someone purely on the basis of their faith would immediately leave you open to a discrimination case. We all get the same amount of leave and are entitled to take it for whatever reason we want to regardless if it is a religious holiday or not.

I think somebody is tired, however as a Platoon Sergeant in the past Ive seen the stronest willed Athiest suddenly believing in God when on tour or when theyve used the IM AN ATHIEST I dont do church parades change there tune next time when they are stagging on instead in the rain to allow those who wanted to go to the Rememberance parade instead.

Its also amazing how many ATHIESTS go to weddings, funerals and christenings ???
 
#18
I think somebody is tired, however as a Platoon Sergeant in the past Ive seen the stronest willed Athiest suddenly believing in God when on tour or when theyve used the IM AN ATHIEST I dont do church parades change there tune next time when they are stagging on instead in the rain to allow those who wanted to go to the Rememberance parade instead.

Its also amazing how many ATHIESTS go to weddings, funerals and christenings ???
Speaking from conversations with a former uni house mate, her father was a RAF Flt Lt (after working up through the nco ranks) and apparently albeit in the mid 90's when he retired, they were prioritising religion festivals/holidays for christians over everyone else. Atheists were not only frowned upon but apparently regularly shat upon too(probably literally in the case of the RAF) - I can't imagine it would be much different with the other services.
 
#19
'Mid 90s' 20 years later alot has changed in society im sure im not gunna be chased by and angry white mob with pitch forks and fire

but its not like i go'HI IM AN ATHEIST, GOD IS A LIE. '

but as someone said earlyer technically its racisum if i get particually d*cked because i did'nt get molested by priests..
 
#20
I think somebody is tired, however as a Platoon Sergeant in the past Ive seen the stronest willed Athiest suddenly believing in God when on tour or when theyve used the IM AN ATHIEST I dont do church parades change there tune next time when they are stagging on instead in the rain to allow those who wanted to go to the Rememberance parade instead.

Its also amazing how many ATHIESTS go to weddings, funerals and christenings ???
Looks as though you where being serious. So;

Why wouldn't an atheist go to weddings, funerals or Christenings?

Why should an atheist get dicked for Christmas duties?

Why does being an atheist make taking the oath more difficult? TBH, being asked to pretend to be a Christian in order to make taking the oath easier sort of cheapens it. Doesn't say a lot about integrity either.
 

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