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Anti-Idiotarian Rottweiler » “Surrender First and Apologize Later”
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Britain may be run by a bunch of effeminate, bed-wetting, hand-wringing cowards, but some of the subjects of the Crown still have it where it counts (link thanks to Lady Heather).

Money quote, but DO go read the whole thing:

I’m delighted they are home safely, but as I wrote on Tuesday, God knows what the generation who went through World War II would make of it. “We now take you live to Colditz where Captain Pat Reid and a group of captured RAF pilots are giving a press conference, thanking Herr Hitler for his hospitality and apologising for trespassing in German airspace.”

Bloody OUCH, mate!

19 Responses to ““Surrender First and Apologize Later””
  1. cmblake6 Comment by cmblake6

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    Or, in the typical, bloody fuckin’ Hell, Mate. Tehran, Damascus, etc, should glow in the dark. If you paid any attention, the Bible prophesied this 1,000 years before it happened, Muhammad is the antichrist, and Islam is his religion. How do they know? How do they prophesy? Islam is evil. We know this. But the childs mind is the most flexible, and if not fixed before puberty, locks.

  2. Unregistered Comment by Machiavelli

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    The author hit it right on the head, Britan (and the U.S. to a lesser extent) have become feminized. And if you wonder about Britain’s military might, he got it right there also.

    Britian currently has 44 surface ships. During the Falklands War, they sent over 100 ships down there. In a couple of months, they plan to cut that 44 down to 22. Twenty fraking ships for a country with the world’s 5th largest GDP?

    God help the West.

  3. Lady Heather Comment by Lady Heather

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    Thank you for the hat tip, Sire.

    Mr Littlejohn is akin to Mark Steyn, only he writes for a tabloid when likes of, say, the UK Telegraph ought to be printing his columns.

    I’m a big fan of his.

    I also like his “take no prisoners”, no-nonsense, no-PC niceties style that reminds me a lot of our Ann Coulter.

  4. Sir Christopher Comment by Sir Christopher

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    did they run out of rum, or lashes? (sodomy is bottomless)

  5. Unregistered Comment by seagoon

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    Christopher, if you’d ever been to San Fran you’d know that sodomy always has a bottom- the question is who’s on top?

  6. Sir Christopher Comment by Sir Christopher

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    i’ve lived here for over four decades Seagoon!

    wo shi huang nimen

  7. Ralphie Comment by Ralphie

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    From the article;

    The international image of Britain as Churchillian bulldog has for ever been replaced by this bunch of hapless stooges grinning and waving for the cameras like contestants cosying up to Leslie Crowther in the final frames of The Price Is Righ

    Pretty much sums up my impression as well.

    Look at these RMs. With the exception of the three on the far right. Those three seem to understand they humiliated.
    The rest look as if they just won a dream vacation.
    http://image.guardian.co.uk/sys-images/Guardian/Pix/pictures/2007/04/04/iran10a.jpg

  8. JeepThang Comment by JeepThang

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    Reducing their Navy to 22 ships? An ISLAND nation with only 22 ships protecting it?

    Insane.

  9. LCBrendan Comment by LCBrendan

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    TAKE THAT DAMNED SCARF OFF!!!! :thumbdown_tb:

  10. Unregistered Comment by Lucius

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    Re Britain’s naval cuts. These are, sadly, just part of a continuing trend.
    It is lunacy and has to stop - Navy to cut it’s fleet in half

  11. Unregistered Comment by Lucius

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    More on the UK’s defence spending.
    It’s enough to make you weep. It really is.

  12. Unregistered Comment by mindy1

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    I thought I was the only one wo thought something odd was going on. I’m glad they are home, but they do seem too happy don’t they :question_wp:

  13. Wishbone Comment by Wishbone

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    #3 Lady Heather

    Most of our newspapers have moved from broadsheet these days, so ‘tabloid’ really no longer serves as any indicator of quality or depth; It’s all in the content and the politics. In my experience, it’s a major source of amusement that the Daily Mail is like Kryptonite to Guardian readers. An effect that I admit, with no small sense of vicious glee, that I exploit for my own amusement whenever and wherever the opportunity presents itself. There is nothing funnier that a liberal idiot sitting there sulking over the top of their Guardian, trying to take shelter from the onslaught of a political debate they’ve just been whacked with.

    You’re right about Richard Littlejohn. He pulls no punches in his articles. His views are more widely held by our ‘average Joes’ here than people think.

  14. cmblake6 Comment by cmblake6

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    At what time will the patriotic________ (fill in the blank) take back the nations? We see it, we want to see the rest of the world see it. Be it the US, the Brits, etc, when are the nations going to take pride in themselves? How in the hell can these leftards be so prevalent in the eyes of the world?

  15. Sir Christopher Comment by Sir Christopher

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    the Royal Navy probably offends british muslims, so it’s only natural to lower it’s profile dramatically, just like not teaching the Holocaust in british schools.

  16. LC Mrs. M-ITT™ Comment by LC Mrs. M-ITT™

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    Well I’m going to give this a “wait and see” break. I don’t like how they seem to be having a good time at Knott’s Berry Farm anymore than anyone else, but those pictures I believe WERE made while they were still captives. I’m sure there were strong threats to do harm to them if they didn’t go along.

    Yeah I know they’re Marines, but…. they had the woman with them and it could well be that they were told that she would be the first to die if the rest didn’t turn on the Oscar performances.

    Let’s see if their stories change after being back on British soil. We may find that they change their tunes in a hurry. If not….let the flaming begin with no reservations.

  17. Lady Heather Comment by Lady Heather

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    I cannot believe the number of comments on news websites pretty much taking the side of Iran!

    You know, I’m not even going to bother arguing with these people anymore.

    But it pisses me off to no end that my son, and his generation, will have to fight a war we were too chickensh*t to do ourselves.

    Yeah, and have to save Europe’s collective arse again because they’ve (once again!) chosen to do a Neville Chamberlain and appease the enemy thinking all will be safe if we avoid war at all costs.

    Newsflash! War is coming whether you like it or not. And this one will be worse than the 2 “world wars” combined.

  18. BobO Comment by BobO

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    I’m sure BC will back me up on this one. As a former member of the USAF on flying assignments, we had to go through a survival training course. I don’t know if the Brit Navy has to go through something similar.

    However, as part of the course, we get “captured” by the enemy and are interrogated. The bottom line is that we are taught to give out all non-operational information and to do and say whatever is necessary to come home safely. The U.S. government will take care of the rest.

    I understand why those brits did what they did and there should be no shame in what they did. They are home safely in their country with their families and can continue the fight. It would have been hard for them to do that if they were in Davy Jones’ locker or stuck in mooselimb hellhole prisons.

    The US government does not advocate the “John Wayne” stance of Name, Rank & Serial Number only. This gets you killed, or worse, a slow painful torture.

    I’m hopefully, wishfully, assuming this is why they behaved the way they did.

    Bob O

  19. Panzermann403 Comment by Panzermann403

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    BobO

    the bottom line is that we are taught to give out all non-operational information and to do and say whatever is necessary to come home safely. The U.S. government will take care of the rest.

    I know what you’re talking about. Before being deployed to Kosovo we were also taught this type of behavior as part of our Einsatzkontingent training.

    We were trained to give any information requested that was not related to our mission and details of assignments etc.

    But most guys understood that this was steered by our political leadership as a cover-my-ass measure, so in case anyone of us Landsers was slaughtered in captivity by any of the conflict parties, they could pull out their fancy training manuals and show to everybody that they had told us to cooperate in order to stay alive, so that they could say they had done all in their power to prevent such a tragedy…

    From the point of view of the individual soldier, that is a sound measure. But what the more experienced officers and NCOs pointed out was that it would be pretty hard for a soldier in enemy captivity to decide which info to divulge and which not. And secondly, if one talks while being questioned, it gives an incentive to the enemy to capture more of our guys, maybe they talk a bit more.

    However, I guess I would have followed the order to divulge should I have been captured and questioned. Just buy enough time for the KSK to get in and bust my sorry ass out.