Water Cannon

#1
Is the use of water cannons justified to quell rioting and is it worth adding a drop of Persil to stop the coloureds running?
 
#6
There is stuff you can add to the water in a water cannon that is a skin irritant...it makes you itch for days afterward.

There is also another type of chemical that the Germans use in theirs that makes the water cling on to cloths and smells like rancid shit mixed with a hobos jockstrap.
 
#7
There is stuff you can add to the water in a water cannon that is a skin irritant...it makes you itch for days afterward.

There is also another type of chemical that the Germans use in theirs that makes the water cling on to cloths and smells like rancid shit mixed with a hobos jockstrap.

There are only three ways you know this,
1. You have been sprayed, while rioting in Germany.
2. You have given a Hobo a blow job.
3. Both of the above.
 
#8
There are only three ways you know this,
1. You have been sprayed, while rioting in Germany.
2. You have given a Hobo a blow job.
3. Both of the above.
Some people go trainspotting, some people parachute off tall building...I have other interests.
 
#10
There is stuff you can add to the water in a water cannon that is a skin irritant...it makes you itch for days afterward.

There is also another type of chemical that the Germans use in theirs that makes the water cling on to cloths and smells like rancid shit mixed with a hobos jockstrap.
They dispensed the water + irritant mixture from a man-portable back-pack water spray type of thing. The first version of this was made from a converted flame-thrower ( Converted Flamethrower 40 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia ).

Anyone thinking about other liquids that could be dispensed from this apparatus is a very naughty person and should sit on the naughty step until further notice.
 

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#11
What a buch of poofters you all are, try a rectivated 68lb carronade stuffed full of scrap iron and nails and other nasty sharpy disfiguring dismembering thingys, point, light blue touch wick and stand clear of breechings, BOOM!, clean sweep jobs a goodun.
 
#13
There was an additive available to put in the water in water cannons in NI. It was a bit of an irritant and marked the turds that were sprayed. It was made by DowJones Chemicals in the Home of he brave and the land of the free.
 
#15
There was an additive available to put in the water in water cannons in NI. It was a bit of an irritant and marked the turds that were sprayed. It was made by DowJones Chemicals in the Home of he brave and the land of the free.
Was it called napalm ?
 

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#16
There was an additive available to put in the water in water cannons in NI. It was a bit of an irritant and marked the turds that were sprayed. It was made by DowJones Chemicals in the Home of he brave and the land of the free.
Actually there main chemical plant is in South Wales, at Barry
 
#17
Water Canons would not be effective on the mainland UK in Riots as the situation is to 'fluid'. They are good to keep back a crowd of scrotes at a known flashpoint/interface who ever are the wrong tool to use in City Centre riots. The scrotes in NI do not torch are rob there own shops as they know they will get a kicking. The wee Chav scum that have created havoc will just simply run down side streets and rob somewhere else. They are too big to be used in England and the wrong type of weapon. A Glock would be an easier answer. If you petrol the police or threten life then they must be allowed to use maximum force up to and including lethal. Hugh Orde is an apologist & has an agenda. He had an affair whilst serving and had he been in this mans Army would of got a 24hr posting to a RA Range closer to Norway than Scotland. Orde is out of his sell buy date.
 
#18
Water Canons would not be effective on the mainland UK in Riots as the situation is to 'fluid'.
Seems to me they might be handy when people torch a furniture warehouse.

And since rain seemed to quell the rioting pretty effectively, simply showering folk in cold water might just cool their ardour. Especially if they thought dye in the water might ruin their precious clothes.
 
#19
Water Canons would not be effective on the mainland UK in Riots as the situation is to 'fluid'. They are good to keep back a crowd of scrotes at a known flashpoint/interface who ever are the wrong tool to use in City Centre riots. The scrotes in NI do not torch are rob there own shops as they know they will get a kicking. The wee Chav scum that have created havoc will just simply run down side streets and rob somewhere else. They are too big to be used in England and the wrong type of weapon. A Glock would be an easier answer. If you petrol the police or threten life then they must be allowed to use maximum force up to and including lethal. Hugh Orde is an apologist & has an agenda. He had an affair whilst serving and had he been in this mans Army would of got a 24hr posting to a RA Range closer to Norway than Scotland. Orde is out of his sell buy date.
They are VERY effective in cold weather as rioting turds don't like to be cold and wet.

As for Orde, it worries me that he is still called chief constable and wears a police uniform when is not a copper but the head of ACPO a money grabbing limited liability company that exercise far too much control in the UK. Not being a public body, it is not subject to the freedom of information legislation. It has access to a lot of police data and sell this at a vast profit.
 
#20
Actually there main chemical plant is in South Wales, at Barry
Thanks for that pointer. So you think they put the wrong maker's address on the large drums I used to walk past at least twice a day? Why would they do that I wonder.
 

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