For those of you who arent on Facebook, or who might not of seen it, there is a group called soldiers are not heros. Before i get the torrent of abuse telling me this has been done before, i know, but its annoyed me somewhat. Here is an extract... Does the thought of hero worshiping our armed forces make you want to vomit your spleen out? Are you fed up of being told that soldiers deserve constant gushing praise? Stand up and show members of the armed forces what you really think of them and their participation in needless bloodshed. ALL PERSONNEL FIGHTING FOR THE COALITION WHETHER THEY BE FROM BRITAIN, AMERICA, CANADA, AUSTRALIA OR ELSEWHERE SHOULD BE ASHAMED TO WEAR THEIR UNIFORMS SO LET'S SHOW THEM WHAT WE REALLY THINK OF THEM!! All you will need is: * A white T-Shirt â Any one will do * A phrase of protest such as the following to have printed on your shirt: (e.g) "Peterborough 2008: I was there" "Soldiers are not heroes, footballers are" "Proud not to murder civilians for a living" "Everyone knows soldiers are best covered in egg" "War is wrong... But don't tell soldiers" "I don't support the troops, nor will I stand in front of them" "I was raped by soldiers and all I got was this lousy t-shirt" ... You could put all sorts on there. The Idea is that we all get our t-shirts printed then on : ********* 25th August ******** We all don our shirts and smugly toddle off out for the day in them. If you want to take part you don't have to do anything else but get the T-shirt and wear it all day... MASS protest and any one can do it... Alll you are doing is being seen publicly denouncing these mass murderers. How good would it feel to mosey on down your high street and see loads of other people going about their business and still taking part in a silent, peaceful yet effective protest? May i suggest that we keep it uniform (pun not intended) and all use the same or similar font/colour to print our message so that you instantly recognise your fellow free-thinker on the street. Will post some ideas ASAP. After the huge sucess of t-shirt day, a campaign has now started to make every 25th of August the official 'soldiers are not heroes day'. http://apps.facebook.com/causes/111767?m=0a62c&recruiter_id=17808779 The page is here: Soldiers are not heros It goes on but ill leave it at that. Just have a read of the discussion 'Soldiers kicked my brother Jed in the head'. I thought it smelt a little bullsh*tty in my opinion. Anyway, i put it to you, fellow arrsers, soldiers either serving or ex serving, to put this group in its place. 101,000 members they have, and i think about 20 arrses can sort it out. Any takers?