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  1. No. To support Rangers you have to love Rangers, that's it. Other people add on bits to suit themselves.
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  2. And you would be wrong. It is a football club. No one has the right to use its name to peddle their own backwards and dark political aims. Rangers are about 11 men on the field playing football, winning cups and doing it with honour and integrity. This is the Rangers way. This is what was started by the gallant pioneers, and that is how it will stay.
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  3. FFS give me the 60s & 70s anyday when we all sang from the same hymnsheet & the pc brigade were the polis that chased us.
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  4. In the hope that this may be a serious thread on the subject, I can only give my own perspective - without feeling the need to criticise or rubbish someone elses that may be different. Like many on here, I was brought up to ignore all things green - we didnt have green clothes, talk to anyone who went to a chapel, and papacy was just never recognised or spoken about. Then I left home for London at 16. Different when your not actually 'in it' and the guy beside you (who may be a taig) will be the one to save you. That causes a few different thoughts to pass through your mind. Its not so black and white then. I know my roots. I will never disown them. But I will mature and alter my thinking to take account of everything I have learned throughout my life. Do I want to force my son down the same road? Thats between me and him. But I AM a Ranger.
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  5. My opinion, for what it's worth, is that the Rangers support is a broad church. There's no doubt that Unionism and Protestantism is part of our heritage but only part of it. There will be many good Rangers fans who have no interest in these aspects and are only interested in the football heritage and history. There should be room for all of us.
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  6. Rangers, Protestant and British. Just how it should be.
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  7. As another loyalist thread in the BD gets derailed by the usual taig apologists it doesn't take a genius to work out why we are bent over a table and getting pumped by anybody who fancies taking a shot. From the Orange parades at Ibrox to our favourite songs being banned we have been attacked and picked off from any and every angle. The hatred I have for our enemies is rarely surpassed and is completely justified as I am sure many will agree. I am however becoming increasingly restless with another of our enemies. The same enemy who attack the loyalist threads and grass bears to the stewards for singing songs (I know at least one member of this forum has done that) are at least 50% to blame for our current predicament (no I'm not talking about our finances). The same enemy is the people who believe everything they read in the Record and here spewed on radio snyde. The same enemy who pander to the bullshit about no Newco and no history. The same enemy who we sit beside at 3pm on a Saturday afternoon.
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  8. Can't we all just love Rangers for being what Rangers means to you. Regardless of what you sing or feel about other fans, at the end of the day we all have one passion, and that is to watch 11 players in Light Blue, giving their heart, willing to fight to be the best that there is and show why we are the greatest club there has ever been. No set of fans will have the same view, but at least respect others decision to choose how they wish to follow their team. Maybe the ones who continually moan and complain about others should put in as much time and effort for their own level of support.
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  9. Where does it say that ? to support Rangers means different things to different people however one thing is clear, those that do not know of or those that choose not to celebrate the culture of the majority of the Rangers fans are welcome to support the club, what they should not do is try to change the majority into their minority thinking as has been the case now for a number of years, most of us are proud of where we came from and the club we support and most of us have had to tone it down for the PC brigade.
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  10. This thread has certainly opened my eyes to the enemy within, smoked them out too, a great idea OP. Its easy to see why we are in this mess currently, the club has lost its identity thanks to the malaise cause by our supposed fans...'The Murray Generation' shall we call them? Some of the excuses and statments on these pages have made me sick. Just when did we throw in the towel to Rome? The one great possible outcome from our current troubles, the resolution I dream of (no matter should it momentarily make us a 'smaller' club in financial terms) is that we can revert to the old Ranger traditions (and songs) that made the club what it is today. Its clear that the day to day mixing with these...exotic peoples.. have weakened the resolve of many. Burn your bra well away from me Murray Generation, when this land becomes overrun by these ancient enemies you seek to shelter and befriend.. don't say you were not warned, our ancestors weep for you all.
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  11. The Kirk only sees Christian Unity as it's goal these Days. What it fails to see is the aim of the Romanists through this is reunification.
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  12. I for one would like to congratulate the Scotsman Andy Murray on becoming the first ever Scottish Wimbledon runner-up, Scotland can be proud of the young Scot.
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  13. Off for afew days so gonna get back into this and go Tenerife as my Blackpool save is starting to piss me off
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  14. scotland as an independent nation will still have the queen as a monarch, you can be a scottish loyalist as much as you can a british one. I also serve in hm forces, and my whole family are bears mad. I will be voting yes in 2014 and will proudly wave the lion rampant (the royal standard) at ibrox.
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  15. This will never stop and never should. From playing benefit matches to fund the building of Orange Halls to releasing an orange strip, and don't give me the 'it was in recognition of the Dutch contingent' pish because we all know why the Club done it, Rangers, like it or not, have utilized this part of our history and culture for the Clubs benefit. I for one am extremely proud to be a Protestant and a Rangers supporter and no matter what the two will be inextricably linked forever more.
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  16. Trollling pish ! Keep your loyalist politics out of the Bears den where they dont belong and then you would have fk all to moan about.
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  17. To be honest, I've not noticed him post anything racist.........although he had a pop at teuchters, which made me laugh. If he is saying that the "A Fuckin Hate Roman Catholics" thread was anything but detrimental to Rangers FC & Rangers fans in general, then he's a fucking idiot though. What sort of practising Protestant uses that sort of language anyway? A fucking hypocrite, thats who. As an atheist, with Free Presbyterian roots, good teuchter blood, a love of Rangers and no faith or belief in any political idealogy, I have friends from all walks of life. I take each person as I find them. A cunt is a cunt is a cunt. There are black cunts, white cunts, pape cunts, proddy cunts, paki cunts, just as there are good guys from each of these groups too. Political correctness is something I have no time for, but at the same time, mindless bigotry holds us back too. As Rangers fans, far too many of our songs mention the enemy. WHY? These bastards are not worthy of our time or our voices. We should be singing in praise of our team & our glorious club, and singing it loud..............not belting out some pish about chasing fenian bastards everywhere, or BJK. The Billy Boys, for example.....was never a problem, was on official club LPs etc, and never mentioned fenian blood or the like. This sort of thing needs to be hammered home to people.....and I hold my hands up as one who has belted out the bastardised version for 30 odd years, and still do. The old club songs never mentioned hatred or fenians. We don't need to like these cunts, but do we need to sing about them?
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  18. You'll never see tommy burns again ha ha ha ha you'll never see Tommy burns again cause he's a fucking skeleton ha ha ha ha ha
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  19. You have your opinion, some share that opinion some don't. Each to their own. As long as you care about the club first I really don't care what else you believe in. In fact, I welcome the debate from all different perspectives.
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  20. To all the handwringers and Pape lovers, stay out of the thread.
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  21. Orange Order criticises Church of Scotland leadership on morality STV 2 July 2012 16:32 BST Church of Scotland: Has lost 'public regard' says Orange Order The Orange Order has voiced concern over the "dismal failure" of the Church of Scotland to lead in matters of faith and morality. In a series of resolutions issued ahead of its marching season, the organisation said that it appears the Kirk no longer commands "high public regard and influence". The order also warned that Scotland is a "nation in turmoil" and raised concerns over the "separatist campaign". However, the Church responded by dismissing the Orange Order as "out of date and out of time". Grand master of the Grand Orange Lodge of Scotland Henry Dunbar urged members to back the Union as the parading season gets under way. The events begin this weekend with main parades taking place in Kilwinning, Whitburn, Stirling and Glasgow. In the resolutions published ahead of the parades, the Orange Order called on the Church of Scotland to stand up for the country's protestant heritage. They state: "We are dismayed by the dismal failure of our national church, the Church of Scotland, to exert influential leadership in matters of faith and morality. It is a sad reflection that in today's society, many protestants now consider that the Orange Order is more in harmony with their values and aspirations than the Kirk. "We as an institution never envisaged nor aspired to be in such a position, and it is an appalling indication of how far the Kirk deteriorated. Sadly, it appears that we are in a situation where the Kirk can no longer command high public regard and influence." The organisation warned that the country's protestant heritage is in "real danger". It said: "In this ever-increasing multi-cultural and anti-cultural society, we call upon the Kirk to stand up for our protestant heritage and speak with much greater conviction and authority for the protestant people of Scotland." The order also said it has watched the "separatist campaign" with "ever-increasing concern" and called on members to support the Union. Mr Dunbar highlighted the support people have shown for the Olympics and the Queen's Diamond Jubilee. He said: "Over the coming months, the nation will become absorbed in the independence referendum that is being planned for 2014. It might seem ironic to some that the country should be considering a break-up at a time when the people of the UK have demonstrated such unity behind our Britishness. "Whilst there has never been a majority amongst the people of Scotland to support divorcing Scotland from the rest of the UK, we should not be complacent. The Orange Order supports the Union, and the Union will remain stronger united, and my organisation will be campaigning hard to ensure that Scotland continues to flourish within the UK." The Church of Scotland rejected the claims and said it was promoting dialogue and the core values of the Christian faith. Sally Foster Fulton, Convener of the Church of Scotland Church and Society Council, said: "The Orange Order has shown itself again and again to be out of date and out of time. The Church of Scotland is proud of what our faith has given and continues to give our nation. 21st Century Scotland is a multi-cultural nation where faith, faithfulness and belief takes many forms. By celebrating difference we show confidence in who we are. It is those who demand that their voice be heard above others who have lost the moral high ground. “Our concern in the referendum debate is to argue, whatever the outcome, for fairness in our economic system, support for the silenced and the dispossessed, care for creation, rehabilitation in our justice system and other core values of our faith. Our role in the referendum debate will be active and will be clear. We shall provide spaces where people of differing views can listen to each other in respect and in dignity. We shall support real dialogue between all the people who make up this nation as it is they, and not one institution or organisation, who shall determine our nation’s future."
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  22. the entire forum has been crawling with rhats for a few weeks. watch all the threads.. a definate sniffsniff type of poster will get reps from other low post sniffsniff people, making it look like their opinions are popular. these dicks also neg rep way more than anybody else.
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  23. My rep is low because I have no time for neandrathals that mix politics (loyalism) and sectarianism with my club. Fuck the lot of you. I have been a gers fan for more years than most of you idiots that spout the same pish as yer dad. I'm a proud (non-believing) proddy - brought up well and don'thate anybody (apart from Michelle McManus - not because she's a Tim, but because she's fat - fattism is OK in my book) We'll be back stronger than ever - mostly because the tits who 'support' the club hopefully will find something else to do. We are not an irish club - they are - we don't need to do that. Pissed off from Milton Keynes
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  24. or you could fuck off to some loyalist site and you can sit all night going on about how amazing it is to be a protestant and how all catholics are fenian bastards Fuck all to do with Rangers.
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  25. . Don't give a monkey's f uck about the Orange Order ,...... F uck all to do with Rangers
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