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They have jobs, drive cars, pay bills and raise family's. Same as us.

What's your fucking point? They are scum bags and are nothing like us.

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One persons terrorist is another's freedom fighter.<br><br>Personally, while i find it abhorrent, how they compare the Poppy with war crimes, i also fully accept the principle of "freedom of speech".<div><br>If we want the freedom to call them terrorist loving, pedophile hiding scum .. then we have to fight for the same freedom of speech for them to spout their bile.

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That does not make a person normal.

I'm sure the people who blew up Omagh also had family, drove cars (how does that make you normal ?) and had jobs.

What makes a normal person then? On the face of it, they are the same as us - outside football.

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Fucking scum, not that I'm suprised by it at all.

"Bloostain" doh Maybe they should learn their history a bit better and the Queens English.

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What makes a normal person then? On the face of it, they are the same as us - outside football.

Driving cars and having jobs might make them blend in, but not normal.

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What makes a normal person then? On the face of it, they are the same as us - outside football.

They are not the same as us, never will be.

And I don't understand why you claim they are.

I have no issue when you say that their average fan would be the same as one of ours, but those cunts ?

No fucking way are they the same.

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Stupid fenian fucks! Half of them probably don't even work, but i love how they happily just accept money from british taxpayers with the queens head on it. Utter scum to the highest level :anguish:

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As you may have noticed at today’s game, we mistakenly missed out the ‘D’ in ‘bloodstained’. This happened in the rush to finish two displays for todays game (with our ‘Show the SFA the red card’ action before the match). The real mistake, however, is the Club forcing the poppy onto our shirt.

:rolleyes:

Statement on today's anti-poppy tifo:

At half-time during today’s match against Abergreen we displayed message banners calling for ‘No bloodstained poppys on our hoops’ in protest at the Club’s decision to once again wear the poppy on our shirts during next week’s game at St Mirren (a match our group will not attend because of this decision). This is in support of an appeal by Poppyscotland to all SPL clubs. Poppyscotland describes its role as ‘supporting heroes’ and state that ‘the poppy has become a symbol of remembrance and for the sacrifices made by our Armed Forces’. Our group and many within the Celtic support do not recognise the British Armed Forces as heroes, nor their role in many conflicts as one worthy of our remembrance. Earlier this year, the Saville Report on Bloody Sunday confirmed that 14 unarmed civilians were murdered in Derry in 1972 by the Paratroop Regiment. They were among hundreds killed by the British Army during the most recent phase of conflict in Ireland. More recently, the British Armed Forces have murdered and maimed many thousands more innocent civilians in Iraq and Afghanistan. The poppy remembers not just our grandfathers who fought the Nazis but also those who bombed the Belgrano and brutally occupied the streets of Belfast and Basra. While we recognise the right of individuals to remember their dead and that many within the Celtic support will wear the poppy in memory of family and friends lost in WW2 and other conflicts, we cannot accept the imposition of the poppy onto our shirts.

As far back as April, representatives from ǝpɐbıɹq uǝǝɹb ǝɥʇ, Celtic Supporters Association and Celtic Trust met with Peter Lawwell to express our united opposition to the Club imposing the poppy on the first team jersey. We also know that the AICSC and many other individual supporters had called on the Club to reverse their position of previous years and take the poppy off the shirt. Following our meeting in April, the Club were contacted on several occasions for further dialogue on the issue but were informed that the club were still considering their position and would get back to us. The first any group knew of the decision was after it had been made, and publicly announced. We share the views of the AICSC whose recent statement on the poppy stated that ‘to see the jersey being used as a medium for such a divisive symbol and the message it communicates is deplorable’, and that it showed a complete lack of respect for the support, further highlighted by repeated declarations on the official website of Celtic’s delight to be wearing the poppy and supporting Poppyscotland. It appears rather than leave his politics at the door, chairman John Reid, the former Armed Forces Minister and Secretary of State for Northern Ireland and Defence, has forced his onto the first team jersey.

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P.S. I am far too drunk to get my point across properly.

Evidently.

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There should be nothing on this site that even comes close to justifying that today.

Those who held up those banners, those who fully back that viewpoint, those who hate the armed forces of the country they live in are NOT normal people and shouldn't be considered so under any circumstances.

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I hope they all die, I really do.

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There should be nothing on this site that even comes close to justifying that today.

Those who held up those banners, those who fully back that viewpoint, those who hate the armed forces of the country they live in are NOT normal people and shouldn't be considered so under any circumstances.

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