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goose 10:01 Thu Apr 23
The Day of St George
Happy St Georges Day to all you racists.

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Hammer and Pickle 11:55 Sat Apr 25
Re: The Day of St George
Nah.

It’s the day a load of confused old wallies get the hump because nobody sensible gives a toss about the crap they believe.

Hermit Road 11:17 Sat Apr 25
Re: The Day of St George
Is this the day when a load of atheists get the hump because their country doesn't celebrate the feast day of a Christian saint and martyr who died in the early 300s?

goose 11:03 Sat Apr 25
Re: The Day of St George
fuck that bollocks, get braver and confront these cunts.

How’d you confront someone from 2 meters distance?

VickyPkVillageIdiot 11:02 Fri Apr 24
Re: The Day of St George
"don't any of you cunts watch the fucking news?"

They watch the Bengali news cos the vast majority can't speak English. That's the problem.

Browno22 10:57 Fri Apr 24
Re: The Day of St George
Yep had to say that to loads of the filthy cunts

chim chim cha boo 10:44 Fri Apr 24
Re: The Day of St George
fuck that bollocks, get braver and confront these cunts.

They need to learn and they've never had to confront white, working class Englishman before
'Keep six feet away. don't any of you cunts watch the fucking news?'

Browno22 8:27 Fri Apr 24
Re: The Day of St George
Walking around spitting and snarling, in their flip flops and tracksuit bottoms. What an absolute shitlhole London is

Browno22 8:22 Fri Apr 24
Re: The Day of St George
It's apparently ramadan yet the streets are absolutely heaving with Muslims. Quite clearly they are all drinking red bull and eating throughout the day and the whole fasting think is just attention seeking bollocks

only1billybonds 5:22 Fri Apr 24
Re: The Day of St George
Hello fo

I actually watched that last hour in a casino in Reading. It was the weekend of the festival (foo fighters) and i dont have sky Mrs didnt fancy a pub full if shouty blokes so we opted for the Genting in Reading,which turned out to be full of shouty blikes anyway.

Fo the Communist 4:14 Fri Apr 24
Re: The Day of St George
Afternoon Billy
Wasn't it just. I think that and re-runs of the ICC World Cup last year has done more than anything to keep me sane during lockdown. Sport like that just doesn't get boring no matter how often you see it.

only1billybonds 4:02 Fri Apr 24
Re: The Day of St George
If your'e bored youtube have the last wicket stand from Stokes and Leach from last years Headingly ashes test. Thatcwas a GREAT day to be English.

Fo the Communist 3:40 Fri Apr 24
Re: The Day of St George
I would consider myself patriotic but can't say I have ever attended a St George's Day bash. I really don't think you can compare it to Easter or Ramadan as a social occasion. It's not even a day off work.

Sven Roeder 3:33 Fri Apr 24
Re: The Day of St George
I’m sure they urged people to stay in and not socialise at Easter as well as this Ramadan plea.
Why not a similar acknowledgement and request re St George’s Day?

the last eastender 3:17 Fri Apr 24
Re: The Day of St George
Th EU and soros realeased corona virus so they could stop us celebrating St George. Or so some would believe.

Fo the Communist 3:15 Fri Apr 24
Re: The Day of St George
I see the point but just can't get excited about i.t Sven.
It was at the end of a health briefing at which he was stressing the need to keep up the social distancing. It was a relevant message in health terms because of the social aspects of Ramadan.

Thousands dead and dying, the economy's fucked, don't go the fuck outside oh, and happy St George's Day. Nah.

Sven Roeder 3:03 Fri Apr 24
Re: The Day of St George
St George’s Day is normally celebrated by socialising by a significant number of people in England.
To not acknowledge that seemed a bit odd.
It’s the English National day and he is addressing an audience a majority of whom are in England and English

Fo the Communist 2:52 Fri Apr 24
Re: The Day of St George
Browno22 9:57 Fri Apr 24

A bit disingenuous, mate.
He was encouraging muzzies - by thanking them in advance - not to follow their traditional practices that involve currently banned socialising.

gph 2:41 Fri Apr 24
Re: The Day of St George
Attitudes to George have changed.

England's first patron saint was Edmund:

https://www.historic-uk.com/HistoryUK/HistoryofEngland/Edmund-original-Patron-Saint-of-England/

At first, the Normans kept Edmund, but they gradually supplanted him with George (not sure how much they felt that letting the Anglo-Saxons have an English saint made them uppity. may have been a factor, may not have been).

Who kept his patroning post until Puritanism rejected the saints, all of them, including George, as Catholic superstition.

After the restoration, George made a comeback.

Superstition is a good word for St George and his dragon, and also for St Edmund, whose story features a talking wolf.

Golden Oldie 2:12 Fri Apr 24
Re: The Day of St George
Peter Hitchens
@ClarkeMicah
I really think it's time that 'Rule Britannia!' , along with 'Land of Hope and Glory' was retired. The British people's supine submission in the face of unprecedented govt invasion of their private lives has deprived them of any right to sing noisy songs about how free they are.

https://twitter.com/ClarkeMicah/status/1250803825864249345

Moncurs Putting Iron 1:31 Fri Apr 24
Re: The Day of St George
JustAFatKevinDavies 11:25 Fri Apr 24

*Waves Guinness shamrock foam finger at romantic fool*

Moncurs Putting Iron 1:29 Fri Apr 24
Re: The Day of St George
North Bank 5:48 Thu Apr 23
Re: The Day of St George

Also very true.

We are sometimes too self deprecating and too accommodating as a Country,

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