Their own private fiefdom

#1
In the Mail on Sunday today Lynne Jones Labour MP for Selly Oak said that '' the soldiers seem to want a little empire consisting of their own designated staff and facilities, a fiefdom''

Well Lynne, yes they fcuking well do. They have done their duty and paid the price and the least that you and fcukwit MP mates can do is to provide for them. Get a grip on reality woman.

I have put this in the Naafi bar so we can abuse her!
 
#2
Take it further, lets get her deselected by the local Labour party, sacked at the next election, she can take her chances on the dole queue.
 
#5
Apart from my own strong sentiments on this matter I think the female MP for Selly Oak is naive to the point of stupidity for her comment. If genuinely unaware of the security implications, the scale of the problem, and above all, the numbers of servicemen requiring treatment at Selly Oak, then she should be briefed at length. If she still fails to comprehend the issue, I recommend a savage dry-bumming, just for a laugh.
 
#6
If you read the article, you'll understand why she's so catty. She has got to defend Muslims - after all, she probably relies on them for re-election. It must have slipped her little mind that her government put the troops into Iraq and AFG...
 
#7
It makes me seethe that any member of the armed forces, once back from serving their country and fighting these backwards zealots, then has to justify their actions and suffer harrassment from said zealots once they're back here.
In my opinion it's a very simple ideological divide, and if you'd rather put your faith above your country, and practice said faith at your country's expense, then there's no reason why you should be allowed to stay here.

Don't agree with the western way of life, don't fcuking live mere :x .
IMO attacking/assaulting a soldier/any member of the armed forces should carry the same penalty as committing a crime against a police officer.

Sorry the post's a bit disjointed, I'm still seething :x .
 
#8
Could we use some reverse psychology here and:
1. Kick 10 bells of the proverbial out of them (The abuser's)
2. Ship them to Iraq/Afghanistan
3. Let them receive treatment in a local hospital
4. Give the Yanks a bell and tell them there are some insurgants in the Hospital
5. They get picked up and get a One way ticket to Guantanamo

Problem solved

Do you think i could get voted in in Selly Oak?
 
#9
Or we could just ship said hecklers to "their side" of the border in a really bastardised part of Afghanistan, and laugh as their welfare cheques disappear and they get beaten/married into suppression by the insurgents :D .

The guantanamo idea is also good.
 
#10
Cupid Stunt. I've never seen this woman, but I'm willing to bet she's got a face you'd never get tired of slapping. :x

Just another example of the contempt politicians feel for those who defend this country.

If AQ was somehow able to wipe out the House of Commons without any collateral damage, only dead politicians...would any of us shed a tear?

Personnaly, I can't remember a time I felt so much hatred and disgust for our so-called "leaders". :evil: :evil:
 
#11
But the Labour MP for Selly Oak, Lynne Jones, refused to back calls for more secure facilities for troops.

She said: "The soldiers seem to want a little empire consisting of their own designated staff and facilities, a fiefdom.

"The point of basing the Centre for Defence Medicine at Selly Oak was to make the most of the range of experience here. The priority should always be the standard of clinical care.
Which is what we're asking for.
 
#12
She won't be relying upon anyone for the next election, since she's decided to stand down. Selly Oak's consituency boundaries have been re-drawn, with a couple of decidedly Tory-looking electoral wards replacing one that was stuffed full of students (who tended to vote Labour or Lib Dem).

I suspect she is aware of the security implications, deerhunter, but doesn't really care.
 
#14
Shes standing down from Parliament which means these are pretty much her own views and not that of the people who put her there.
So theres a chance for me to be elected. :idea:
 
#15
jack-daniels said:
In the Mail on Sunday today Lynne Jones Labour MP for Selly Oak said that '' the soldiers seem to want a little empire consisting of their own designated staff and facilities, a fiefdom''

Well Lynne, yes they fcuking well do. They have done their duty and paid the price and the least that you and fcukwit MP mates can do is to provide for them. Get a grip on reality woman.

I have put this in the Naafi bar so we can abuse her!
how are we supposed to increase our profile with the public in to persuading them that we need a larger army, bring back the military hospitals when you have a woefully misguide loon of a labour MP cutting the legs off the military.

We are getting sick and tired of having idiots like these women heckling the welfare officer and the MP failing to voice her disgust at actions of the asian women. If this country is sooo bad get out then go to iraq or afganistan and see how you cope with the asustere conditions and lack of civil liberties so gratefully enhoyed here by so many.
 
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#16
Archimedes said:
She won't be relying upon anyone for the next election, since she's decided to stand down. Selly Oak's consituency boundaries have been re-drawn, with a couple of decidedly Tory-looking electoral wards replacing one that was stuffed full of students (who tended to vote Labour or Lib Dem).

I suspect she is aware of the security implications, deerhunter, but doesn't really care.
Why should she care? Did you honestly expect anything better? Her bosses started the war. They lied to the country in oredr to get support for it. They wouldn't supply the kit to help get the job done, they've covered up anything they could get away with in relation to the war, Blair has ignored those who are injured as he's too embarrassed, he'll be off soon and leaving it to another f*ckwit, we've had a succession of f*ckwits in the Defence Ministry, the generals (bar one) have only ever opened thier mouths when they knew that thier pensions were safe enough to do so. F*ck I could go on.

You don't seriously expect anyone in Labour to give a sh*te about soldiers do you?

I think that the niaivity of people on this site is outstanding. F*ck sakes, wake up and smell the coffee. The only time anything will be done about Selly Oaks will be after an incident occurs, not before one.
 
#17
Biscuits, you misunderstand my thoughts on this (mainly because I deleted the expletive filled rant I'd first posted in the mistaken belief that this was in Current Affairs rather than the NAAFI). If I may be permitted to borrow from Lord Flash, I consider it more likely that I will have successfully kayaked to the moon and back in a hollowed out Spice Girl before Lynne Jones cares about this.

She should, even if for the cynical reason that as MP for the area many of the staff potentially put at risk by this sort of thing are her constituents.

But her majority is big enough to cope with a couple of nurses being taken out by an irate AQ supporter who goes for wounded soldiers, she can blame the police for the lack of security and anyway, she'll be off to join some well funded quango so that her desire to do less than 75 hours work a week can be realised. So why should she give a proverbial?

The woman was the constituency MP for Birmingham University when I was there, and based on my experience of overhearing her pontificate about matters, I wouldn't urinate on her if I found her on fire in the street. Unless my bladder was full of petrol at the time.
 
#18
Biscuits_AB said:
You don't seriously expect anyone in Labour to give a sh*te about soldiers do you?
Would you expect anyone in the Conservative party to give a sh*te about soldiers either?
 
#19
Hi everyone, new to ARRSE...

http://www.lynnejones.org.uk/standing down.htm

There she is with her message of standing down.

Her comments are disgusting but nothing surprises me anymore with this government. What makes me madder is that this wasn't 'front page' news but was stuck inside the Mail on Sunday. If this was said during The Falklands, etc, etc. But then again we still had military hospitals back then.

Whether MPs support the war or not they should stick up for the troops, regardless. She also seems to forget that is was her f'ing boss that sent us into Iraq and it was her boss and his inkling for young women MPs (Blair Babes - a phrase that contradicts the PC message he was setting in Nu Liarbour) that helped idiots like her get put up for election in the first place. Sorry for the rant, my blood is boiling!
 
#20
At the very least there should be RMP, CivPol in a position to escort these Muslim "ladies" out of the hospital.
 

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