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The England flag - Still being banned across the country

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6y, 5m agoPosted 6 years, 5 months ago
THE England flag was STILL being banned across the country yesterday - amid national outrage.

Killjoys defied a furious backlash - led by The Sun - by concocting a litany of pathetic excuses.

They included the flags making official vehicles look TACKY, that the St George Cross might appear RACIST - and fears one could fall off and HURT someone.

I just feel sorry for the poor horse in one of the photos ......

COME ON ARE BOYS! Support are boys in Africa by reading me poems/raps/lyrics on pages 8 and 9.

Let's rape racism out of football and stab bigotry in the vulva!

ING-ERRR-LAND!

Pints of Stella and domestic abuse are on me!!
- DJ1
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banned#2
I see nothing unreasonable in the banning of flags on company/council own vehicles.
#3
I thought this was all crap about the flags!!

Cant believe the Zonda.....what a nutter!!
suspended#4
I would refuse, and take it to the european court of human rights if i was asked to take down my national flag!
i s*** you not! :viking:
#5
if u dont like my flags on my car and the flags on my house **** off back to your own country
#6
jasonsowden
I thought this was all crap about the flags!!

Cant believe the Zonda.....what a nutter!!


Obviously has more money than sense ...... :roll:
banned#7
where are all the naked ladies pics with the painted on england kits:whistling:
banned#8
chrishogsden
if u dont like my flags on my car and the flags on my house **** off back to your own country


But what about the people you offend? This is their country too:x
#9
chrishogsden
if u dont like my flags on my car and the flags on my house **** off back to your own country


i dont like them and i am in my own country

shocker
[mod]#10
If the companies who own their vehicles do not want their staff putting flags over them it is entirely their own choice. I wish people would stop reading the absolute trash that The Sun deems fit to print. Show some respect for yourself and do not take this as The Sun wants you to. They incite this type of negative attitude amongst society.
banned#11
I don't believe anybody actually gets offended by the flags. I think it's just overly concerned people who worry someone may get offended by them.
#12
magicjay1986
If the companies who own their vehicles do not want their staff putting flags over them it is entirely their own choice. I wish people would stop reading the absolute trash that The Sun deems fit to print. Show some respect for yourself and do not take this as The Sun wants you to. They incite this type of negative attitude amongst society.


Very true, i just found the horse picture really funny ...... must be my brummie sense of humour :whistling:
[mod]#13
smithyp1
Very true, i just found the horse picture really funny ...... must be my brummie sense of humour :whistling:


It was!!

No story has been published where members of the public have been told how to deal with their own property. It is only property of others and in the course of employment. Some people need to get a grip and stop assuming they are being labelled a racist.
#14
Wow, Sun does a story about how unnamed 'people' are banning flags left right and centre and at the same time is giving away a large flag with 'The Sun' in big letters on it. If I didn't know any better I would suspect a newspaper is using isolated cases to start another stupid campaign just to shift papers.
#15
master_chief
I don't believe anybody actually gets offended by the flags. I think it's just overly concerned people who worry someone may get offended by them.


+1 i cant imagine someone moaning about a flag:?
#16
master_chief
I don't believe anybody actually gets offended by the flags. I think it's just overly concerned people who worry someone may get offended by them.


same with anything now, including christmas.... Killjoys thinking someone may get offended...

If I went to Pakistan and said I was offended by a womans Hijab and said they had to remove it, I would get told to F off... In this country, we bow done and do as they say :?
#17
master_chief
I don't believe anybody actually gets offended by the flags. I think it's just overly concerned people who worry someone may get offended by them.


exactly :thumbsup: i hate them cos im scottish and were not in it :lol: but im certainly not offended by it
#18
how the hell does a flag offend someone does it shout racist jokes at them when they go past one ????????
#19
micoo
exactly :thumbsup: i hate them cos im scottish and were not in it :lol: but im certainly not offended by it


Scottish scum, I am offended by your hair so cut it now :x




:p
#20
chrishogsden
if u dont like my flags on my car and the flags on my house **** off back to your own country


This for those who are at work not for an individual like you. Seriously you need to learn to read properly.

Thames Water confirmed: "We can't have company vehicles draped with flags and stickers."

Yes, health and safety is less important and the bosses should go back home. Are they not at home already?
#21
FilthAndFurry
But what about the people you offend? This is their country too:x


What about them??? lol!
Haven't got time for morons who get 'offended' for a living! :thumbsup:
#22
FilthAndFurry
But what about the people you offend? This is their country too:x


faevilangel
same with anything now, including christmas.... Killjoys thinking someone may get offended...

If I went to Pakistan and said I was offended by a womans Hijab and said they had to remove it, I would get told to F off... In this country, we bow done and do as they say :?


+1 which is why that comment at the top is riduclous.
#23
pmsl@ the horse
the flags don't worry me (and i'm welsh) but we don't see many of them in south wales LOL

saying that i did see one brave soul driving around in a white transit with six st george's cross flags and at least a dozen 3 lion logos on it. he didn't dare stop mind you ;)
#24
faevilangel
Scottish scum, I am offended by your hair so cut it now :x




:p


**** off my hair is glorious :p
#25
faevilangel
same with anything now, including christmas.... Killjoys thinking someone may get offended...

If I went to Pakistan and said I was offended by a womans Hijab and said they had to remove it, I would get told to F off... In this country, we bow done and do as they say :?


Where did you get that from.

The bosses have put this ban in place, i don't see no people protesting to ban the St. George flag. Like usual you talk the most crap.
#26
magicjay1986
If the companies who own their vehicles do not want their staff putting flags over them it is entirely their own choice. I wish people would stop reading the absolute trash that The Sun deems fit to print. Show some respect for yourself and do not take this as The Sun wants you to. They incite this type of negative attitude amongst society.


This ^^. Remember it is not for INDIVIDUALS.
#27
wolf359
pmsl@ the horse
the flags don't worry me (and i'm welsh) but we don't see many of them in south wales LOL

saying that i did see one brave soul driving around in a white transit with six st george's cross flags and at least a dozen 3 lion logos on it. he didn't dare stop mind you ;)


ruddy hell, i would hate to see wht happened to that guy if he drove about up here :lol: not seen one english flag sofar and it had better stay that way :lol:
banned#28
faevilangel
same with anything now, including christmas.... Killjoys thinking someone may get offended...

If I went to Pakistan and said I was offended by a womans Hijab and said they had to remove it, I would get told to F off... In this country, we bow done and do as they say :?


Exactly - I mean you'd probably be in one of the more rural areas in the north-west where they're much more prevalent, and that would raise questions about why you would be so close to the Afghanistan border and why as a western person you'd want to call attention to yourself in what is a fairly dangerous area....

but your excellent analysis is spot on:thumbsup:
[mod]#29
I also noted in the "story" they say that they have banned flags on their employees "own" vehicles. Whilst these employees are in the course of their employment their employer can expect them to follow reasonable orders. This is a very reasonable request.

Not in this story does it say people consider these flags racist. It concerns itself with H&S. The Sun is dire.
#30
micoo
ruddy hell, i would hate to see wht happened to that guy if he drove about up here :lol: not seen one english flag sofar and it had better stay that way :lol:


he was driving VERY fast LOL
banned#31
Mikey1610
+1 which is why that comment at the top is riduclous.


It's not - it could offend someone and that should be stopped.

It's bad enough that we sell England shirts with the flag on without flaunting it:x
#32
chrishogsden
if u dont like my flags on my car and the flags on my house **** off back to your own country


Chavtastic
#33
strike
Where did you get that from.

The bosses have put this ban in place, i don't see no people protesting to ban the St. George flag. Like usual you talk the most crap.


Re-read little boy.... In this country we are always being told we can't do this and that cos it might offend some one, well if you went to another country (espaically middle east) and said you were offended by a tradition of theirs, you would be ignored.

I am peed off with the amount of killjoys in this country, saying we can't fly flags because it's racist, can't call christmas as it's not a holiday for muslims,

Oxford city council confirmed the events in the city would be renamed 'Winter Light Festival' to make them more inclusive, provoking outrage among shoppers in the city who called for a return to tradition.


I didn't say anything about a protest, I was making a point, there are far too many people who get their nose up on being offended on the little things.
#34
numptyj
Chavtastic


What's chavtastic about being patriotic? :p

If a company bans flags from their work vehicles for health and safety or for littering, but to say cos it could be racist is balls, give a proper reason, don't try and get out of it with the race card.

"We would refrain employess from adding flags to their vehicles because it shows the company in a bad way blah blah" would be better than "it's racist".
#35
I know of at least one RAF base where the people there aren't allowed flags on their cars....they have to be removed upon entry....from what I gather no reason was given
#36
ironeagleuk
I know of at least one RAF base where the people there aren't allowed flags on their cars....they have to be removed upon entry....from what I gather no reason was given


That could be a good reason, as if the flag flies off the car and get stuck in a jet's engine, could be a lot of casualties...
#37
FilthAndFurry
It's not - it could offend someone and that should be stopped.

It's bad enough that we sell England shirts with the flag on without flaunting it:x



But this is England, the St Georges flag represents England. If I were to go to another country and they were flying their flags I would not be offended in the slightest. How could somebody possibly be offended by it?
#38
Mikey1610
But this is England, the St Georges flag represents England. If I were to go to another country and they were flying their flags I would not be offended in the slightest. How could somebody possibly be offended by it?


They aren't it just tabloids trying stir things up and pushing their agendas.
[mod]#39
faevilangel
What's chavtastic about being patriotic? :p

If a company bans flags from their work vehicles for health and safety or for littering, but to say cos it could be racist is balls, give a proper reason, don't try and get out of it with the race card.

"We would refrain employess from adding flags to their vehicles because it shows the company in a bad way blah blah" would be better than "it's racist".


...but no one has said it is racist. They are saying it is health and safety and company image. Surely by assuming it is racist is the wrong way to look at it?

Yes, there are instances where we are a very PC nation. I absolutely believe this is mainly down to the awful media and their ability to turn something trivial in to something sinister.
banned#40
faevilangel


I am peed off with the amount of killjoys in this country, saying we can't fly flags because it's racist, can't call christmas as it's not a holiday for muslims,



You are so right.

Last Christmas (are we still allowed to say that word) you would barely see any decorations or mention of it.

The local council actually arrested a man in my street the day after he put his decorations up. They said it was because he had murdered a prositute, but is isn't it a coincidence they waited until he put a giant santa up on his roof??

It's health and safety gone made:x

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