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Special Juan

Victory Parade Cancelled

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16 minutes ago, the wes said:

Why we letting them scumbags win this what the fuckers want 

Because nobody tries to do anything to stop it. We were sending our loving messages to Paris, Brussels, London, now Manchester. But what actually EU or anyone has done to stop it happening next time? Now just wait a few months and we will hear news again, sadly.

They are winning this war easily, they are not afraid to die, we are.

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This is stupid. Life can and should be mourned / celebrated at the same time. Anything else is depressing & contrived, which achieves nothing that will benefit us.

Actually it hurts us to be so easily influenced. But the majority are the majority for a reason; easy influenced sheep to the shephards in life; and they'll just follow eachother crying until told what to do next. This adolescent behaviour is dangerous.

If the majority are doing something, it's probably the wrong thing to do. That's whether it's sitting too much, eating the way they do because 'the doctor said so', using social media, living a 'usual' 9-5 & reserving weekends for getting wasted, ... to the mourning and shutting down when terrorism occurs.
It's the adolescent way to respond. Unfortunately for many nations, the majority of people over 22+ still seem adolescent. Many people die old, as an adolescent. Many countries are run by adolescents, many parents & aged forum mods are adolescent. Your boss can be adolescent, your big brother you look up to, the pub owner too. Even some big boys who run the Premier League are adolescent.

Most people haven't taken the steps to finish their logical & emotional development, which is up to the individual to conclude. So, most people have no merit at all to suggest how things like this should be handled. Yet most people, are suggesting. They think they know something, like they can figure politics, the country, religion out - yet they can't get their own life & head together. 

Then there's the people who look like they have crossed that finish line, so their opinion surely holds weight. They talk properly and wear collared shirts. Perhaps they have broad vocabularies, vast wealth, maybe even a blue tick on Twitter & a Phd - all the 'adult' things such as wine and terrible dark chocolates too - and this fools people into believing, that's a finished article. That's a leader. That's setting the example I should follow; I should talk to my family with respect by default, greet strangers with a handshake and smile, save 10% of everything I earn, and plan to retire at 65; not forgetting to hang my head in solemn for 60 seconds total each time injustice happens in the world. 

2 different species of sheep, taking us nowhere, doing nothing new. And sheep are slaughtered by the likes of ISIS.

Anyone who's remained calm, and borderline but not quite indifferent to this situation, has been in the 'right' if we have to be right/wrong, IMO. They'll have already accepted a long time ago that the world (policies, elections, science, religion) is rigged the way it is, and will only change if they or someone with a similar mind turns themselves into a martyr. So the most they'll do is come up with a few decent proposals for minimising terrorism, which they'll either throw into a fire, or, a mayor/politician's office given the connections. A bit more productive than Tweeting outrage at strangers, at least. Bit more productive too than discussing it briefly with your family/co-workers, then doing your usual jobs slightly more quietly than usual for a day. The majority of these vocal mourners are noisy sheep polluting what could be opportunity.

This doesn't go for anyone involved in the tragedy, that should go without saying, but probably won't.

 

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Very sad about Manchester and all other terrorist attacks, but Manchester targeting children and teenage girls goes beyond words to describe.

But having said that to cancel the victory parade is wrong in my opinion, it's another just another way of giving in to the terrorist saying ok you've got us worried you've won, what else are we as a nation going to say, are going to say we can't have a public or outdoor display, or a concert, or even the cup final, because of the fears of what might happen, because if these arseholes are going to do it they will, unless the authorities can root them out and eliminate them.

Me I say don't give in to them, have the victory parade, this is not about about disrespect to those that have died and been maimed in Manchester, and god forbid I could never be that mean or callous, it's about standing up to them ( the Terrorist) and telling them, you aint gonna win, we're not going to run and hide we will confront you and eliminate you.

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Definitely the right thing. There is no way that sort of thing could be policed. Especially with so many people going there as well. All it takes is one

Sad but can understand. 

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I grow in country when bombing was regular thing to happen the English people need to united has one and show them scumbags that they are not winning and that we are not scared off  them low life cunts 

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Cancelled this sunday, will there be one later?

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Cancel out of respect of the Manchester children yes!

But because we fear another attack no, that can happened anytime, anywhere.

Who knows what these fucking lunatics are going to get up to next.

We are to carry on living our lives the way we do as a people and as a nation, so what are the powers that be telling us? we can't do this? we can't do that?...because of the fear of another attack...........NO! NOT US

 

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3 hours ago, Tautvix said:

Because nobody tries to do anything to stop it. We were sending our loving messages to Paris, Brussels, London, now Manchester. But what actually EU or anyone has done to stop it happening next time? Now just wait a few months and we will hear news again, sadly.

They are winning this war easily, they are not afraid to die, we are.

EU is shit. English people were smart to get out of this cage of crazy and criminals bureaucrats who want the destruction of nations. England still has hope with people like Farage and May. The rest of Europe is governed by Merkel we are screwed :angry:

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I'm sorry to hear that. Hopefully it can be rescheduled later, before next community shield or something.

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To be honest I'm not surprised that Chelsea have cancelled the parade they have been a bit reluctant to have them in the past. There a bit of a logistical nightmare because the route has to go through two different boroughs. I've been to everyone since 97 but there wasn't one in 98 when we won the Cup Winners Cup and neither in 2007 when we won both the league and FA cups or when we won the cup in 2009.  This is from 97 when we won the cup.

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If it hadn't been cancelled and  Arsenal won the FA Cup then theyd been having one as well..which they're not doing either way.

But that along aside the play off at Wembley and policing in London in general it would've been mad to go ahead. 

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