Bloody Sunday

Lubos left peg

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#1
What an absolute joke and a kick in the gut of the families of the victims of the brits on Bloody Sunday....

The MoD and the UK government will pay any legal costs of the soldiers who murdered 13 innocent people and injured many more during the bloody Sunday massacre should the soldiers be charged.

They are also looking to change the law so that service men who are thought to have committed historical crimes while on service will not be investigated or charged. What a fucking country we live in.

"You shot how many people!!!!14!!!!!!!!!
And they were unarmed......I.....I don't know what to say!!! I'm calling the police!!! Aaaahhhhh you were on service and had your British uniform on...why did you say..good man good man. Here's a medal. You're such a hero"
 

JamSam67

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#2
Ah Britain shoot first don’t answer questions later. Justice.
This is a country that tells the people those dirty Liverpool fans were robbing the bodies at Hillsborough. They caused the whole thing.
Birmingham 6 and the Guildford 4. Now they’re going to hide. Or try to subvert justice
For the families of Bloody Sunday.
This is the Establishment closing ranks you’ll find the Masons in this hiding the Truth it’s all they know.
GB we come, we divide, we destroy, and empty your country of it’s wealth.

HH ☘️🇨🇮
 

Lemon

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#3
What an absolute joke and a kick in the gut of the families of the victims of the brits on Bloody Sunday....

The MoD and the UK government will pay any legal costs of the soldiers who murdered 13 innocent people and injured many more during the bloody Sunday massacre should the soldiers be charged.

They are also looking to change the law so that service men who are thought to have committed historical crimes while on service will not be investigated or charged. What a fucking country we live in.

"You shot how many people!!!!14!!!!!!!!!
And they were unarmed......I.....I don't know what to say!!! I'm calling the police!!! Aaaahhhhh you were on service and had your British uniform on...why did you say..good man good man. Here's a medal. You're such a hero"
Do you know when the announcement is made on how many if any are going to be prosecuted? And of course the inevitable conditions surrounding any prosecution.
 
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Millsy

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#7
Of course it is a squaddie who is to be prosecuted . Regardless of his individual guilt or innocence he is a human shield for the real villains in this atrocity - and the countless others in British history .
The politicians who issued the orders and conveniently avoid any responsibility ; the generals and other high ranking army elite who don't dirty their hands : these are the people who should be in the dock - but never are .
Yes , the soldiers on the ground pulled the triggers - but we are insulting the memories of so many innocent souls if we simply ignore the real b*stards behind their actions .
However , we are all aware that we live in a society where the true culprits behind illegal wars , banking collapses and murderous actions by the army will NEVER be held accountable .
It makes you want to believe in a heaven and a hell so that these evil b*stards will burn in the hottest fires for eternity for their actions on this Earth .
 

Spherical Planet

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#8
Of course it is a squaddie who is to be prosecuted . Regardless of his individual guilt or innocence he is a human shield for the real villains in this atrocity - and the countless others in British history .
The politicians who issued the orders and conveniently avoid any responsibility ; the generals and other high ranking army elite who don't dirty their hands : these are the people who should be in the dock - but never are .
Yes , the soldiers on the ground pulled the triggers - but we are insulting the memories of so many innocent souls if we simply ignore the real b*stards behind their actions .
However , we are all aware that we live in a society where the true culprits behind illegal wars , banking collapses and murderous actions by the army will NEVER be held accountable .
It makes you want to believe in a heaven and a hell so that these evil b*stards will burn in the hottest fires for eternity for their actions on this Earth .
Some fucking idiot general tried to reason that it was young inexperienced troops.

It was the fucking paratroop regiment!!!!

When were these animals ever fucking rookies? They're a dedicated hit squad sent in to do a dedicated hit job.

Liars.......dirty fucking murdering liars. The whole fucking lot of them committed an act of war against unarmed civilians and these brainwashed bastards are only as guilty as the lying butchers who ordered the hit.

Accept your accountability murdering british bastards. The courts might set you free, but God won't fucking miss you in his judgement!

Free-Derry.........Never Forget
 

boab1916

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#10
Some fucking idiot general tried to reason that it was young inexperienced troops.

It was the fucking paratroop regiment!!!!

When were these animals ever fucking rookies? They're a dedicated hit squad sent in to do a dedicated hit job.

Liars.......dirty fucking murdering liars. The whole fucking lot of them committed an act of war against unarmed civilians and these brainwashed bastards are only as guilty as the lying butchers who ordered the hit.

Accept your accountability murdering british bastards. The courts might set you free, but God won't fucking miss you in his judgement!

Free-Derry.........Never Forget
 
#13
Remorse:

There are a whole lot of shitty things I've done that I'm none too proud of.

I've tried to make amends and atone for the shitty things I've done. I think I've been relatively successful in most instances, but there are some things that might never be atoned for.

I am genuinely sorry for my poor choices and actions. I am remorseful for the things I have done and the pain I have inflicted.

I have not yet taken the life of a human being, let alone an innocent human being.

That foul death squad have been given a thousand opportunities to apologise and at least attempt to atone for their actions.

In every single instance, every one of them maintained the lie in spite of overwhelming evidence to the contrary.

Much of that evidence came from their owm military police.

Still they fucking lied.

Not an ounce of regret. Not a shred of remorse. Not a shard of guilt.

They were only doing what comes naturally to the british soldier. Murder with impunity.

The devil chose his demons carefully.......he made an inspired choice in choosing the british to be his hellspawn.
 

Thai Tommy

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#16
Of course it is a squaddie who is to be prosecuted . Regardless of his individual guilt or innocence he is a human shield for the real villains in this atrocity - and the countless others in British history .
The politicians who issued the orders and conveniently avoid any responsibility ; the generals and other high ranking army elite who don't dirty their hands : these are the people who should be in the dock - but never are .
Yes , the soldiers on the ground pulled the triggers - but we are insulting the memories of so many innocent souls if we simply ignore the real b*stards behind their actions .
However , we are all aware that we live in a society where the true culprits behind illegal wars , banking collapses and murderous actions by the army will NEVER be held accountable .
It makes you want to believe in a heaven and a hell so that these evil b*stards will burn in the hottest fires for eternity for their actions on this Earth .
A Lt Colonel Had already said one of his subordinates had not followed orders on deployment of the other Para unit. Bit like saying he disobeyed orders.
 

boab1916

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Richybhoy

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#20
The officer commanding that unit of murderers should be facing prosecution. German officers were held to account for war crimes committed by the men under their command. Joachim Piper and Kurt Meyer (later commuted) were given death sentences for the actions of troops under their command.
Gen Sir Bumhole Jackson should be the first to face justice, doubt he ever will though, murdering British bastard.
Hail Hail Rich
 
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