Wednesday, 24 August 2011

Chippy scumbags

These men don't read the Guardian



The Grauniad reviewed the TV programme Harry's Arctic Heroes here where 4 incredibly wounded soldiers head to the North Pole. It’s a story of guts and courage to most normal people. But not some of the snivelling little shits who write in the comment section of the Guardian. I quote a couple of particularly nasty pieces of work.


“Little note to Harry and others: Don't stop at the North Pole, guys. Keep going and don't come back. Funny how the military always manages to inveigle itself into these pages under the handy guise of stories about 'courage' and all the usual rot from the cashed-up army. (trollish comments of godelpus notwithstanding) Seem to remember Harry was sent to play video games with real bombs as part of his 'war effort'. Very heroic indeed. Don't know about the other fellas but I think it's fair to say that their mission was nothing to do with the welfare of Afghanistan. Makes me sick”.


Or this iijit “Blindly doing the bidding of your master is not heroic if the bidding of your master is a political act. Joining the armed forces is mugs move, you need to be pretty desperate for employment to take such a life threatening job”.


Or this one…“Typical, never a polar bear around when you need one”.


Never forget people the mindset behind the fanatical Leftie. They don’t want justice and equality for everybody, just them and their friends set up as a circle jerk self selecting elite. For the rest they want them either as welfare junkies - pliant and doing their bidding, or in a gulag.



9 comments:

Bill said...

I save myself the irritation, not to mention the raised blood pressure, by avoiding reading the comments in a number of UK newspapers, chief amongst them the Guardian, which I certainly don't buy (never having been interested in a job in the so-called 'public sector').

JimmyGiro said...

And the Guardian readership insist that manginas with a faecal fetish, have something to be proud about!?

Their arsey-versey morality, rules them out of commenting about any value of mankind, since they are hell bent on disabusing themselves of any vestige of manhood or humanity they may ape.

When the next round of riots occur, and thanks to their brand of education, will definitely happen again, I'd imagine they'd phone for a gay outreach 'worker' to persuade yobo not to smash up their quiche and wine party; as a real man might offend the yoot's feelings, with his size tens shoved up their arse... not to mention the spasms of rectal envy from the tutting girly-boys.

Mitch said...

I'm sure Cameron said that all public sector jobs would be advertised on-line rather than in that orrible rag.....what happened?

Single acts of tyranny said...

Whilst joining the army is indeed brave, I don't think it's too smart right now. Being sent god-knows-where by Blair, Brown or Cameron on a mission irrelevant or counter-productive to the UK's defence must be sickening for the troops.

Neil said...

I read the Guardian and happily trawl through the thoroughly entertaining comments. Since The Times went behind a pay wall, the Telegraph comments have degenerated into rants about immigration and voting UKIP, whilst many moderates, libertarians and those looking for a good punch-up have gone to the Guardian. The range of views is its main attraction and the chance to debate with real life loonies.
It's also important to note that the balance of 'recommends' for and against the, frankly, sick comments you high lighted was at least 10:1 against. The piece itself was very positive about the programme.

valdemar said...

If Lefties are evil and mad and hate the army, why was this inspiring programme broadcast by the BBC, target of every other Rightie hate screed on the net?

Simon Jester said...

@valdemar,

Because the BBC occasonally broadcast a token piece of content that isn't from a terminally left-wing viewpoint, to try to demonstrate their commitment to "balance". Examples include Top Gear, the 1 right wing (out of 5) panelist per episode of Question Time, and - err...

Robert Edwards said...

Comments are apparently closed on this matter. Pity I missedf it (although I'm certain my input would have been deleted); I can never read the Guardian without feeling in urgent need of a bath.

Sometimes, I simply despair...

Nathan McDonald said...

Makes you sick seeing comments like those, physically sick.

I can't believe they can publish such things (even if it's not the view of the actual paper) they should have their publishing licenses revoked for stunts like that.

Nathan

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