Monday, 7 September 2015

Rejoice! Traitors snuffed, perverts jailed

Excuse a slightly tipsy post; the news broke just at the end of the day that three British traitors have been 'offed' in Syria and a further handful of child-abusing perverts jailed for scores of years; coinciding with the start of the new native oyster season, I've marked the event with a dozen Mersea Island size 2s and a bottle of Pouilly Fume, toasting their dead and incarcerated corpses.

Of course the Common Purpose infiltration of the Met is now so deep and widespread that you won't be surprised that sympathetic Met officers chose the day of the pervert sentencing to release their 'attacks on Moslems increase' report, but they didn't know that the news from Syria would sink their pathetic attempt at news management like a stone.

In the words of a famous person, just Rejoice!

21 comments:

Anonymous said...

Heard Hattie grilling Cameron about this - not sure whether she was just going through the motions she should to hold HMG to account. My reaction was rather like yours (although I've still to crack open a bottle).

Jay

Billy Marlene said...

Not so much a grilling, more a flaccid candle. Oh, the hypocrisy. Imagine if one of these 'British' ISIS bastards had actually carried out their intentions? This from the Party who dragged us into an illegal war resulting in hundreds of thousands of dead.

Even more galling was the twat Mair on PM who described second ISIS killer (who was actually killed in a separate strike) as 'dying beside Khan'. Sheesh!

The Belted Earl said...

Big boys rules.

DeeDee99 said...

AND the EU-sceptic rebels inflicted a defeat on Europhile Dave in The Commons.

Purdah will apply.

3 wins in one day. Things are looking up a little.

Anonymous said...

How long before, our RAF armed remote sensing aircraft are flying high above Londonistan?

john cheshire said...

Those disgusting muslims might be jailed but we'll end up having to pay a fortune to keep them there. Hanging's a lot cheaper, makes certain they can't repeat their disgusting crimes and send a message to the rest of the muslim perverts. Failing that, the muslim 'community'should be made to pay the cost of their incarceration.

right_writes said...

I don't wish to sour your current mood Raedwald...

But Cameron was probably making that up, and those blokes will be out in a year or so.

What is it about oysters? My Mum used to think they were something to be ashamed of eating, brought up as she was by a father who existed as a meek and mild labourer living (trying to live) on the dockers lump.

I have never been able to stomach them...

James Higham said...

Reasons to be tipsy, one, two, three. :)

Raedwald said...

RW - for most of our island's history oysters were the food of the common and the poor, and I clearly enjoy them so much due to my peasant breeding ;)

Seriously, the saline, astringent, tangy, kelp, samphire and iodine glory of a newly shucked native oyster in its own liquor needs no condiment; it is Anglian salt marsh, vast skies and the haunting cry of the curlew in a half-shell, truly a living thing as intoxicating as wine ...

Billy Marlene said...

Indeed, intoxicating. Mind you, it has to be balanced by the sobering - nay - infuriating problem of trying to park anywhere near the Oyster Shed.

G. Tingey said...

I prefer Mussels - also preferably from the Essex coast, of course.
Last time I was down that way, I heard/saw no Curlews, but there was a Golden Plover & a few Turnstones ....

English Pensioner said...

When I was young, the Met was held in highest regard. Their officers had showed great bravery during the blitz and considered that they were there to help the people. The Met was considered to be the Police Force that all others should aim to copy.
How they have fallen from their great days!

Cuffleyburgers said...

I don't want to rain on anybody's parade, and I'm not sorry these bastards are dead, but there is something rather distasteful about exulting in the death of anybody, and especially in what is rather curiously being described as an execution.

As an act of war it seems to me entirely legitimate to have killed them, but something about the way this operation has been announced stinks and I think we should be in no doubt a rubicon has been crossed.

Budgie said...

Cuffleyburgers, I remember arguing with my Dad about war - I was all for world peace at the time (still am, in a way) - and dismissed him as a WW2 relic. It was only later that I realised I could be as deeply sincere about peace as I could be, but if someone else was out to kill me I was dead unless I did something.

These young Muslim men did not find themselves in a warzone by accident. They deliberately journeyed there with the purpose of killing innocent people who got in their way (even other Muslims) for no reason other than their own bloodthirsty whims, lack of morality, and susceptibility to propaganda. It was the jihadists who crossed the rubicon (perhaps even literally).

Cuffleyburgers said...

Budgie, I agree with everything you say. However let's temper our relief/satisfaction that some bad people are deservedly dead with realisation that the government may very well have crossed a rubicon which we may come to regret in future.

Anonymous said...

Indeed a Rubicon has been crossed. State sanctioned assassination in someone one else's country may be applauded when it is
Jihadis on the receiving end but who is next ?

Whilst I would not mind a Hellfire missile with jihadi John's name on the nose, I fear Dhimmi Dave's newfound bloodlust will lead
to further adventurism in Syria, perhaps even against Assad.

Our old friend "mission creep" will mean some unlikely suspects may be the target of future missions and we won't even know because
Dave will soon become tired of giving flatulent reports to Parliament.

Cuffleyburgers said...

Precisely Anonymous, that is exactly the point.

And possibly closer to home as well.

Weekend Yachtsman said...

Redshanks.

Redshanks are what do it for me. One instance of that plangent falling piping and I'm right back there as a teenager walking from Fambridge to Althorne and hoping to get there in time for the next train (every two hours, if you needed to go back to the main line).

Where I find myself now, it's more Oystecatches.

Weekend Yachtsman said...

Oystercatchers.

Something wrong my r this morning apparently. Must pirate harder.

G. Tingey said...

Bugie
Very small correction ...
Most especially (killing) other muslims.
Because heretics are worse than unbelievers.
The bloody history of christianity shows this trope, as well ...

Budgie said...

G Tingey, In attempting to twist the discussion into your usual rant-against-religion you have lost the point. ISIS have killed many people, Christians and Yazidis as well as, but not "especially", other Muslims. ISIS have committed various barbaric acts from demolishing ancient sites to enslaving people particularly women.

Yet there have been very many more people murdered by atheists such as Lenin, Stalin, Hitler and Pol-Pot than by religious persecutions or wars. Industrial murder was very much a 20th century phenomena sparked by belief in ideologies, rather than God.