Woolwich March in Support of Fusilier Rigby

#1
Please check out this Facebook page .
We're trying to get as many ex, or serving Soldiers together at Woolwich Barracks to March on number 10 . All details.can be found on said page .
Looking to take place end of June !
Thanks


Dave Mr-fourteen Holland ▶ British veterans million strong march.....
 
#3
Please check out this Facebook page .
We're trying to get as many ex, or serving Soldiers together at Woolwich Barracks to March on number 10 . All details.can be found on said page .
Looking to take place end of June !
Thanks


Dave Mr-fourteen Holland ▶ British veterans million strong march.....
Try and be in step. Can you also put the most coherent and sober 'ex squaddie' in front of any cameras as you'll make us all look like cunts again you inbred, outraged bunch of arseholes. Cheers.
 
#5
how is a march going to support the deceased?
 
#6
#10
Oh do fuck off.
 
#12
What an excellent idea, what could possibly go wrong?
 
#13
I groaned when I saw the thread title and am glad to see the responses so far. Can the OP give any good reason for this or can I remove it?
 
#14
Oooh, I was just about to do something with this but found an uber grown-up was in already. Blast.
 
#15
We're trying to get as many ex, or serving Soldiers together at Woolwich Barracks to March on number 10 .
And what are you going to do when you get there, stand awkwardly in silence?
 
#16
Hooray! A parade of Fat wheezy baldies in a collection of frayed and tatty blazers, bling badges and worn out RAPC berets trying to look sincere.

That'll show the community solidarity, outside area ex-soldiers grouping together getting angry.
 
#18
Can I claim travel expenses? I should be able to as it's possible to get it for attending gay pride, so why not outrage pride?

On a serious note, unless the family of the deceased have been involved in this then it's incredibly distasteful (in my opinion.)
 
#19
Can I bring my Vuvuzela?
 

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