On Corbyn The Terrorist Sympathiser

I’m getting quite cross with all this nonsense about Corbyn the ‘terrorist sympathiser’ and especially the endless repetition of the, ‘ but he spoke to the IRA’ riff.

Perhaps these oh, so moral defenders of peace and democracy would have preferred that we had launched a full-scale ‘war on terror’ against the IRA, rather than the idiotic and morally bankrupt strategy of trying to ‘talk to them’.

Though to do that of course we’d have needed to attack not just the IRA but also the Republican ‘terrorist sympathisers’ who gave succour to the IRA (read the Catholic community). Perhaps we should have blanket bombed ‘terrorist strongholds’ like Londonderry for example; perhaps with smart bombs programmed to ignore ‘innocent civilians’ (read good Catholics)and only land on paid up IRA members?

Perhaps it would have been better to herd all the ‘terrorist sympathisers’ (read Catholics) into concentration camps. And when all the ‘terrorist sympathisers’ fled from Londonderry and the other ‘terrorist stronghold’ cities we were bombing, we could have refused to offer the refugees any aid – after all some of them would have been almost certainly murderous IRA sympathisers and deserved everything they were getting.

Then we could have terrorised and tortured ‘terrorist suspects’ (read Catholics) putting them in orange jump suits, flying them to the Isle Of Man, water-boarding them and sexually humiliating them until they told us where their leaders were holed up.

Then we could have bombed the shit out of these ‘secret terrorist strongholds’ where the ‘terrorist sympathisers’ had told us these evil ‘terrorist bosses’ were based. We’d have given the ‘innocent civilian’ inhabitants of these towns and cities a few hours notice to get out of course and then we would have flattened the fucking terrorist shit holes. After all it’s what the fuckers deserve.

Then if the fucking whinging Paddy’s in Southern Ireland had started getting uppity we could have invaded those bastards too; bombing their cities, torturing their citizens and enforcing an International embargo against them to stop food and medical supplies getting to the terrorist Mick bastards.

Then at home we could have arrested all the ‘terrorist sympathisers’ (read Catholics) of our own and demanded that the ‘Catholic Community’ forcefully and continually condemned the ‘terrorists’ and never, ever, ever mentioned the bombing of Ireland or complained about the torture camps on the Isle Of Man. Any in the ‘Catholic Community’ who refused to comply and continued whining on about the bombing and torture would have been vilified relentlessly in the media and continually harassed and intimidated by the police and MI5… That would have taught the bastards.

And then if our own commie, leftie, faggot ‘peaceniks’ had started whining about ‘human rights’, they too would have got it in the neck from the media and MI5. We could have demanded all our political leaders must ‘cut all ties’ with the pansy, leftie, ‘peacenik’, wankers and make a public commitment to relentlessly bombing the shit out of every city, town and village in Ireland until every evil, medieval, ‘terrorist sympathising’ Catholic bastard got down on their fucking knees and begged us to stop. But we only would have stopped if every last one of the evil Popist bastards had publicly swore allegiance to our Queen who so movingly represents our wonderful humane, democratic, peace-loving, Protestant values. Then and only then would we have stopped bombing the ‘terrorist scum’.

Perhaps that would have been better than the appalling moral crime of ‘talking to the IRA’? So far it’s a strategy that seems to be working very well in the middle-east.


About I Am Not A Number

I Am Not A Number is written by Chris Jury. For 30 years Chris Jury was a TV actor, director and writer best known for playing Eric Catchpole in over 60 episodes of the BBC’s antique classic, Lovejoy, and for directing over 50 episodes of Eastenders. In 2008 he was appointed as the Senior Lecturer in Recorded Media in the School Of Music & Performing Arts at Bath Spa University. He currently presents, Agitpop, a pop & politics radio discussion programme on North Cotswold Community Radio http://www.agitpopradio.org.uk He is currently the Communications Officer for UCU at Bath Spa University and a UCU SW Regional Rep at SWTUC.
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