13 February 2014

Elsewhere...

We're a little slow here while our remodel continues but our own Chris Graham is discussing 'Roll of Dishonour – Celtic's Shame' over at The Rangers Standard. Check it out.

2 comments:

  1. The greatest shame of this story, is that a newspaper such as the Glasgow Herald have self-destructed by CHOOSING to celebrate this song as something positive. By going so, they have smeared themselves in sectarianism.

    The Glasgow Herald have CHOSEN to offend the entire United Kingdom, including all the servicemen and women who fought on the frontline against the Murder Squads of the Provisional IRA and INLA, that this song treats as Heroes.

    How iTUNES decided to allow this to be sold, is beyond comprehension.

    If the Rangers supporters groups continue to bicker with each other and can't unite over this, as well as speak to groups at other clubs who will be offended by this, then there is little hope.

    Celtic should be pressurised into making a statement condemning this move by their own supporters, otherwise they must be treated as an organisation that condemns the celebration of sectarianism.

    I'm sure that the Hearts and Aberdeen support are sick of what this clubs supporters bring to their grounds, so it should be an opportunity to close ranks on this occasion.

    We're never going to be best buddies with these fans groups, but we can work together on this issue, to eradicate this sort of despicable act.

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  2. The greatest shame of this story, is that a newspaper such as the Glasgow Herald have self-destructed by CHOOSING to celebrate this song as something positive. By going so, they have smeared themselves in sectarianism.

    The Glasgow Herald have CHOSEN to offend the entire United Kingdom, including all the servicemen and women who fought on the frontline against the Murder Squads of the Provisional IRA and INLA, that this song treats as Heroes.

    How iTUNES decided to allow this to be sold, is beyond comprehension.

    If the Rangers supporters groups continue to bicker with each other and can't unite over this, as well as speak to groups at other clubs who will be offended by this, then there is little hope.

    Celtic should be pressurised into making a statement condemning this move by their own supporters, otherwise they must be treated as an organisation that condemns the celebration of sectarianism.

    I'm sure that the Hearts and Aberdeen support are sick of what this clubs supporters bring to their grounds, so it should be an opportunity to close ranks on this occasion.

    We're never going to be best buddies with these fans groups, but we can work together on this issue, to eradicate this sort of despicable act.

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Keep it civil, lads.