National Action to be proscribed as a "Terrorist Organisation"

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  1. danny la rouge

    danny la rouge Hoc vellum voluntater album mansum est

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  2. ddraig

    ddraig dros ben llestri

  3. Libertad

    Libertad Would it help?

    All four who have been arrested are serving soldiers in the British army according to the BBC.
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  4. Pickman's model

    Pickman's model Every man and every woman is a star

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  5. DaveCinzano


    Astonishingly nothing on the Army's press release page yet.
  6. kebabking

    kebabking Unfettered ambition

    they were probably about the last people on earth to hear about it...

    i'm a bit embarrassed about tbh, at least the Royal Marines had a long term sleeper agent who was building bombs for a new C/RIRA, the Army just gets some Happy Shopper EDL group.

    (the serious, interesting bit will be who they are, whether its people from one unit or just randoms from different places, and what charges get to court - the Army will hang them out to dry, and their friends/colleagues are in for a torrid time.
  7. SpookyFrank

    SpookyFrank We kill the flame

    Organisation which spends its time blowing up brown folks in 'contains racists' shocker.
  8. kebabking

    kebabking Unfettered ambition

    organisation which recruits from pretty much every part of society broadly reflects society shocker...
  9. DotCommunist

    DotCommunist slowtime

    the fourth riech encounters another setback
  10. mojo pixy

    mojo pixy unquantifiable hazards

    Organisation which recruits for violent, antisocial purposes contains violent, antisocial people shocker.
  11. kebabking

    kebabking Unfettered ambition

    i think the NHS has had more terrorists than the Army...
  12. Raheem

    Raheem Well-Known Member

    Provided you only count extra-curricular terrorism.
  13. kebabking

    kebabking Unfettered ambition

    oh i don't know - have you tried the food?
  14. Raheem

    Raheem Well-Known Member

    A fair point, although there are some who view the food as a legitimate weapon of war.
  15. Pickman's model

    Pickman's model Every man and every woman is a star

    ah yes, the 2007 doctors' plot for example
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  16. Pickman's model

    Pickman's model Every man and every woman is a star

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  17. kebabking

    kebabking Unfettered ambition

    indeed - didn't a group/number of individuals go over to Syria to join IS as well?
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  18. mojo pixy

    mojo pixy unquantifiable hazards

    tbf the nhs has about ten times more employees than the army
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  19. kebabking

    kebabking Unfettered ambition

    which reinforces my earlier post that the Army is a large employer that recruits from all over the demographic spectrum - like the NHS, as society has loons, inadequates and monsters, so will the Army.

    however, theres nothing special about the Army in terms of spawning terrorists/loons/monsters - the NHS has them, as does Education.
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  20. likesfish

    likesfish officaly hardest and most tooled up urbanite:)

    Although you'd think the Army would at least have quality terrorists murder mayhem and cleaning stuff kind of our thing.:(.
    National Action isnt that the group lead by the would be futher from his bedsit or is that a diffrent group of would be nazis?:(.

    Probably not paras they hate everybody whose not a para its not a racist thing
    Guards to busy cleaning
    Royal sigs joining a banned group would mean leaving their room :D
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  21. mojo pixy

    mojo pixy unquantifiable hazards

    Fair enough, I wasn't arguing with that.
  22. mojo pixy

    mojo pixy unquantifiable hazards

    Violent and antisocial behaviour isn't unique to the forces, but they (especially the army) do recruit with violence in mind, unlike most other employers. Propensity towards brutality isn't an advantage for most people in the job market, but for some jobs in the forces it is something of a plus.
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  23. Pickman's model

    Pickman's model Every man and every woman is a star

    In some cases essential in the person spec, in others merely desirable
  24. planetgeli

    planetgeli There's no future in England's dreaming

    Three from Royal Anglian Regiment apparently.
  25. likesfish

    likesfish officaly hardest and most tooled up urbanite:)

    Explains it they came from the fens not saying the entire regiment is related but the gene pools pretty shallow ;)
    The regimental march isnt played on banjos but should be :p
  26. danny la rouge

    danny la rouge Hoc vellum voluntater album mansum est

    Do they dress in silver and ride a silver horse and spin around to Handel's Water Music at the end of Tales of the Unexpected?
  27. Well fancy a group of paramilitary fetishists being unmasked as in the armed forces.
  28. existentialist

    existentialist Nearly there now; steady as she goes...

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  29. likesfish

    likesfish officaly hardest and most tooled up urbanite:)

    One of them was a PTI thought he'd get enough inflicting pain and terror in the day job :hmm:

    Ours was called the beastmaster and revelled in it boxing day "potted sportsday" included such fun activites as a stretcher race up and down a cliff and pulling a 4 ton truck:(

    As for the boat races inspired by GI jane:mad::eek:.

    We did blow a couple of scrap cars up with improvised explosives for fun and persuaded the RMP it was neo EOKA rather than bored fuckwits:rolleyes::facepalm:
  30. Almor

    Almor Well-Known Member

    The British army does claim to instill its values in its recruits though?
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