May 17, 2018
We all know that the UK is the land of licenses. Teaspoon licenses, scone licenses, hoover licenses… if something has the potential to disrupt the peace, British citizens require licenses to own it.
However, a small number of items in Bongland are considered so dangerous that you can’t acquire a license for them at all – they’re simply forbidden.
Potato peelers are one such item. Screwdrivers are another.
Then there’s the most dangerous item of all: the English flag!
British Police have told English football fans going to the World Cup in Russia to not wave or display the St George flag, claiming it could be seen as “imperialistic” and “antagonistic”.
Up to 10,000 England fans are expected to travel to Russia next month, along with a small force of UK police to help keep them safe.
>keep them safe
Given what’s happening in the UK – white fathers being arrested for exposing their daughters’ Paki rapists, Moslem terrorists being allowed to run amok – I don’t think that the words “UK police” ever belong in the same sentence as “keeping English people safe.”
These traitors always have an ulterior motive for their actions, and that motive is always anti-white by design.
The head of football policing Deputy Chief Constable Mark Roberts argued the St George’s Crosses were seen as the top trophies for rival fans and ultras, as well as appearing to link them to the history of the British Empire.
“I think people need to be really careful with flags. It can come across as almost imperialistic… and can cause antagonism,” he told The Times.
“We really urge some caution about people putting flags out and waving them about in public, there is a bit of risk when people draw attention to themselves and people need to be aware of that.
“We would not expect people to come across to this country, get drunk and drape flags on the Cenotaph so we need to extend the same courtesy when we go abroad and treat places with due reverence.”
He added: “The Cross of St George, with whatever team on it, becomes the trophy of choice.”
As England fans prepare to travel to the Russia 2018 @FIFAWorldCup , here is some advice on avoiding the unwanted attention of authorities – including a warning not to drape flags on sensitive memorials. pic.twitter.com/vXPSDl9tPe
— ITV News (@itvnews) May 15, 2018
Like most British policemen, Mark Roberts looks as though he has a miniature Jew in his brain, pushing the buttons and pulling the levers.
The British police are not stupid. They know that Russian hooligans will make mincemeat out of English hooligans regardless of whether the latter wave flags at football matches or not. It happened back in 2016…
… and it’ll happen again in 2018.
These Russkies are literally training to beat up these flabby, out-of-shape Anglos, and if English fans agree to ditch their flags to avoid hurting their rival team’s feelings, that’ll make them even more of a target for being flaming pussies.
Clearly, the UK police are just doing what they do best: clamping down on all expressions of nationalism. They know that soccer is one of the last sanctuaries in which English citizens can proudly wave the English flag – not the (((Union Flag))), but the actual English one – and they don’t like it one bit.
Not just because it’s offensive to Moslems, but because that nationalistic vigor could, if left unchecked, be channeled into something else back home.
Something that’s offensive to Moslems.
Seriously, this is all about Moslems. I know it doesn’t seem like it at first, but trust me…