How are those protestors allowed to get away with waving those banners in our soldiers faces?
It's a disgrace those men have risked their lives for less than most people working in tesco's earn. They're doing their jobs and what they were told to do it's not like they each personally chooses which war to fight. I bet those soldiers were fuming. I suppose it has to be expected when none brits can do anything they want. Bet this gets reported.....oh well fu*k it.
Asked By: Jesus Walks - 3/11/2009
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Prior to joining the Infantry (I fought proudly in Iraq with the Big Red One, and shall join my brethren of the 173rd Airborne in Afghanistan soon), I was at the 2003 Protest in London, an American ex-pat's son, visiting the town on the wrong day. A man, unaware that I was an American, burned the US flag before my eyes... More
Answered By: firesofliberation - 3/11/2009
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That is the smell of freedom. Don't have to like it but we should respect it.
Answered By: DietrichVonQuint - 3/11/2009
When you men get home and face an anti-war protestor, look him in the eyes and shake his hand. Then, wink at his girlfriend because she knows she’s dating a pussy… ~ Attributed to General Tommy Franks
Answered By: ghost - 3/11/2009
The Brits should have locked and loaded and shot every mussie s*****g out there. Really, you folks are letting them take over and you liberal governemtn has a death wish. Maybe you blokes should start some IRA type groups to strike at these ingrates.
Answered By: Imperious Rex - 3/11/2009
guess who those same people expect to protect them if they need protecting
Answered By: JoeBob - 3/11/2009
freedom of Speech. but if there anything like the ones were i come from there afraid of soldiers lol there was this time my husband was in uniform and walked up the them to talk to them and the ran away lol it was awesome
Answered By: Allannis w - 3/11/2009
This is not freedom - it's lack of patriotism -
Answered By: holiday1 - 3/11/2009
Then you should have the freedom to kick those pieces of sh1t in the face. If they don't like it they can go back to the sh1t hole they came from. Fauckin musslims.
Answered By: CHI GUY IS AN AZZ MONKEY - 3/11/2009
It's called real freedom. They have the right to protest.
Answered By: 20 Jan 09. A good day. (Erudite) - 3/11/2009
I couldn't agree more , my brother's out serving at the moment... More
Answered By: Jayyne - 3/11/2009
Well, it is freedom of speech, but there is also time and place. These people showed no class, but oh well, they're muslim, so there you go. I love the Brits, served with many in Iraq and Afghanistan, great bunch, well trained and professional, you should be proud of them.
Answered By: Dean M - 3/11/2009
As unpleasant as it may be, I do feel that there is nothing more patriotic than exercising your rights and voicing your opinion, taking a stand in what you believe in. -EMBRACE
Answered By: EMBRACE - 3/11/2009
When I returned from Vietnam in 1971, I got spit on in the Oakland Greyhound Bus terminal. I went into the Mens' john, changed into a t-shirt and Levi's, went back and knocked the pussy out and two of his limp wristed friends. Two of the 3 wound up in the hospital and the third ran away so fast I let him go
Answered By: Tommy - 3/11/2009
We fight so that these ppl can disgrace us?? w*f is wrong with people of society?
Answered By: MARINE Poolee - 3/11/2009
Freedom of speech should be under what the law allows. The truth is the Muslims were breaking the law by chanting abuse and race hatred. yet the police did nothing except arrest a few spectators who protested over the Muslim demonstrators.Tells you a lot about how the police interpret the law. Still the Labour... More
Answered By: Rob Roy - 3/11/2009
The conservatives are coming to power soon, they will not let this continue, the IRA are coming back, they are officially Catholic, you think they'll like this, also white people have up roared about this, it will not continue, the golden age of the muslim people being able to do this is coming to an end. The BNP will... More
Answered By: Lewis C - 3/11/2009
Those guys should go back to Pakistan and see how many human rights they have in their own land!!!
Answered By: Tank Mk 1 - 3/12/2009
what happened in luton was an absolute disgrace.these people and ones like them should be kicked back to pakistan or where ever they come from.see how they like it.this was racial hatred and incitement to cause trouble and should have been arrested,but as usual because their muslim they can say and do what they want.... More
Answered By: trooper - 3/12/2009
Yep, I bet the soldiers were fuming; but I know from experience it is completely possible to march whilst extending one middle digit without anyone who's not paying close attention really noticing... More
Answered By: Beastie - 3/12/2009
I think it is just because they are muslin; the government allows them to protest because otherwise they will claim they are being discriminated against. If i was to to the same I would be arrested and put in a cell for the night. I also hate the way I hear muslims saying that "9/11 was a conspiracy" and that "There is... More
Answered By: Liam O - 3/12/2009
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