06 June 2013

Rangers: EXPOSED

by Andy McGowan | Contributor

I don’t consider myself a brave man, nor am I a seeker or justice or truth like so many of my counterparts on other side of the Old Firm. But I can no longer stand by and watch the club I love be ruined by hate and bigotry.

As a responsible law abiding Rangers fan who supports his club through thick and thin I feel it is my duty to expose the secret truths of Rangers Football Club in a bid to cleanse it forever of its toxic elements. Although this may be hard and shocking for some of you to read, I am going to lay bare the truth behind some of the songs, statements and style of Rangers.

Let’s start with one you will all be familiar with but may be unaware of its secret meaning: We Are the People. It sounds harmless right? Wrong.

"We are the People" of course refers to Unionist leader and first Prime Minister of Northern Ireland, James Craig, who in 1921 declared that NI would be "a Protestant State for a Protestant People." He made this declaration after a conversation with Bill Struth, who of course had taken over as Rangers manager the previous year.

A little known fact is that James Craig was a keen footballer before entering politics and almost became Bill Struth’s assistant at Ibrox. When the two friends met up in secret they often discussed their proud Catholic hating Protestant roots and had regular meetings of a secret club known as “We Are the Protestants” (WATP) preceded by many a secret handshake. Struth decided this was too contentious a name and We are the People was born and exists as an anti-Catholic masonic organisation run from within the corridors of Ibrox to this day.

The Club logo fills us all with pride. The colours, the words, the lion – they all hold a special meaning to Rangers fans worldwide. But it also holds more sinister secrets you might not be aware of.

It should also come as no surprise that the WATP Organisation were behind a plot named the “Ready to Destroy Ireland” movement of 1973, or simply, “Ready,” which is why it now appears on the club crest.

Rangers new boy Nicky Clark this week declared “I'm ready for round two.” This was a sickening secret anti-Irish comment from Clark who was inducted into the WATP Organisation just six days earlier. Not only that, but the lion which stands so proudly on the badge that is printed on your child’s shirts and t-shirts every year, covering their now vile and twisted bigoted little hearts, is a nod to the Norman invasion of Ireland in 1169, and more specifically Henry II, who in 1171 took Dublin and accepted the fealty of the Irish kings and bishops and was known simply as The Red Lion in Ireland from then on.

Some of our unacceptables you may be more aware of are found in the song book. Our love of the song “Penny Arcade” is again sadly attributed to religious hatred and due to the death of a Catholic man in Belfast in 1986 in an amusement arcade. I can’t confirm this but my source tells me Gazza may have been the main culprit.

As many of you are aware the Beach boys hit “Sloop John B” has been taken on by Rangers fans as Carl Wilson and cousin Mike Love were fierce bigots and good Rangers men. The "Blue Sea of Ibrox" as we all know is about drowning Catholics in the Irish Sea, not at any specific time or anything; we just pure love doing that.

Our traditional red and black socks are perhaps the most secret and disgusting vile act of Sevco-hun-bigotry in the Club’s history. First worn in 1904, they were the work of Moses McNeil, who wanted a way to express his feelings toward the people he hated the most: Blacks and Fenians, thus the black sock with the red trim. The black symbolised that there were too many African Americans in the USA (McNeil of course was a founding member of the second Ku Klux Klan in 1915) and the red to show that we were up to our knees in Fenian blood, which to this day is where we and our socks remain.

Now that the light has been shined on just a few of the many, many shameful practises at Rangers Football Club I hope you will join me in our progress, and that us good law abiding fans can move forward in peace.

43 comments:

  1. Sorry i must also confess that my Catholic hating dad only named me Bob as it reminded him of the way his boat bobbed along merrily whilst dredging all the dead Catholics that were shamefully drowned in the blue sea of Ibrox.

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  2. Biggest load of pish ive ever read oh aye jihn daly irish catholic signs for the famous glasgow rangers

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  3. But what about the secret of the bouncy... Sssshhh.

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  4. I can assure you, the Order of the Bouncy shall never be revealed by the CRO.

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  5. For that we can be thankful for what will become of us if it is truly revealed...?

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  6. Luckily Broxi Bear's clandestine ceremonial role remains undiscovered.

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  7. Actually my dad's boat was called The Bouncy; it was only that rabid Catholic Mel Gibson who misspelt it for some film or other he was in yonks ago.

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  8. Actually felt like I was reading a Daily Record article when I was half way through that.

    When I was lad my uncle deliberately ran over and killed my pet cat when he discovered it was a Catholic.

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  9. I'm sorry but what have you been smoking

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  10. What a load of fecking pish. As a Mason and a very proud mason at that, the Masonic Fraternity is not religious, and have many religious sections within the organisation, including catholics, seiks, jewish, so how fecking dare you.

    you are totally out of order and this kind of pish should not be aloud onto a computer.

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  11. Utter lies take it off you embarrassing cunts shame on you this cunt it trying to rewrite history at our expense.its not fact but fictitious hate and your just as bad.just not good enough

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  12. Talk about hiding the truth in plain sight

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  13. Rangers are becoming a Catholic club, Daly is the start of the revolution.

    WATC

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  15. Calm down folks it's clearly a tounge in cheek piss take.

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  16. Not only was Henry II known as 'The Red Lion', I've heard that he always rode into battle on a black stallion. When Thomas Becket asked him if he would acquiesce to church demands on ecclesiastical reform, Henry is reputed to have told the Archbishop he was 'Fucking Miles Away' before tucking into a pheasant and cheese pizza with his robes around his ankles. True story.

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  17. I can't believe you have written this (satirical) blog, how dare you pull back the curtain on our greatest secrets .... that we hide some absolute numpties in our support !!

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  18. Rangers founded in 1169 by Henry II The oldest team in world football, The reason we had to drown Tims in the Irish sea was so king William could Ride his horse across to Ireland without it getting its hoofs wet. I think we should sue Roy Orbson's estate for singing our beloved song Penny Arcade in the 1960s And I remember serving under the grand wizard Moses McNeal in 1915 in those days we didnt wear socks we just ripped the skin of the legs of the blacks and letting them dry upside down the blood just made the top look nice.

    Andy McGowan: (According to wikipeadia escaped from Carstairs a couple of days ago, tries to blend in with the local ordinary poplulation. if you see him please dont go near he is extremly stupid.)

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  19. HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA AND I THOUGHT I CRACKED THE JOKES...

    HINK YE BETTER STOAP SNIFFIN YER AULD SKIDDED Y`S YA FANNY

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    1. ...this is why we can't have nice things.

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  20. Few people don't seem to get irony or sarcasm Shane.........jeez chill pill time.

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  21. Brilliant. Nothing better for a Friday than airing out the dirty laundry and making all the rats squeel.

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  22. The irony seems to be lost on many.

    For those unsure of the concept of irony, it's what you do to your shirty when you're going outy.

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    1. What, tuck it in to my trousers......

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  23. That was really funny, I cant believe the blue noses actually bought any of that. Still they were the most gullible fans untill their untimely demise.

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  24. You are so far off the mark it is frightening. Have you actually read what you have written.
    Are you on any medication ? I think you should maybe contact your doctor and get some help........

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  25. You are so far off the mark it is frightening. Have you actually read what you have written.
    Are you on any medication ? I think you should maybe contact your doctor and get some help........

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  26. I can't believe people are actually taking this obvious piss take for real. It's clearly written to show the utter lunacy of the obsessed. I'm away to dye my sock tops! WATP!

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  27. Thanks for that! First time I've laughed out loud at a Rangers blog for many moons.

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  28. absolutely hilarious satire...well doen that man and shame on you bears who cant see the wood for the trees...

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  30. I'm no statistician but if you calculated the idiots who think this was a real, accurate article you can see why the sevco2479 support is fractured. Why are the zombie support so afflicted with a multitude of f***ing retards? Classic!!

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  32. Brilliant satire which I hope gets to its target audience accross the city. they will fall for this hook line and sinker and make a complete and utter arse of themselves.

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  33. Can't believe you guys are revealing the deep secrets of the club.Can you confirm that graham and Stuart and little Hugh are actually agents working on our behalf?

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  34. Great article and just shows how mad things are in this fucked up little country tat some actually believed it. Ps. Is cosgrove working under cover?

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Keep it civil, lads.