Saturday, 21 July 2012
So John Terry was Innocent!
You what? In the middle of a football match, a cauldron of a London derby in fact, a London derby that you are losing, a London derby that you are losing and which could therefore cost you the Premiership title, a London derby that you are losing and which could therefore cost you the Premiership title where you have had two players sent off, in the middle of that game, when taunted by an opponent about your sexual history, you can actually get angry and respond verbally in a way that, under normal circumstances, people might find offensive?
Well there's a shocker! So in our game last night, when a team mate failed to slip a pass to me, after I had run half the length of the pitch to support him and positioned myself so I literally had an open goal, ten yards out, and instead tried to shoot himself, promptly missing, it was ok for me to call him a "Selfish cnut!" in my anger! Bloody hell! And to think, some prize pillock in the CPS felt we needed a trial, at the expense of the taxpayer, to establish that!
Never mind football, the world has gone bloody crazy! Or Britain has at least with our namby pamby, don't say Boo to a Radley, angst ridden, I'm going to tell miss, he hurt my feelings, he called me nasty names, pathetic, angst ridden, oh so precious mentality.
Now, what's going to happen to Rio I wonder? Can he really be allowed to get away with endorsing the choc ice slur on Cole. That is far worse. That is calling Cashley an Uncle Tom, because we all know that choc ices are brown on the outside but white in the middle. Rio can squirm and argue differently, but we all know that if Terry had used that label for Anton, there would have been a massive storm in an ice cream van.
The CPS must surely act for the sake of consistency. Does somebody need to make a formal complaint to the police for something to happen? If so, I'm complaining! We can't have this! It is intolerable that, in a Twatter conversation, an offensive comment with such hideous racist overtones has been employed. Something must be done!
And whilst we are about it, anybody whose Mum has a brother called Thomas should be in the dock too!
Posted by Hammersfan at 09:32