The Lord’s army – Onward Christian soldiers!

BF the lords army troublesThis image appeared over at Biffer Towers (Britain First’s Facebook page) overnight last night. In all honesty we were a little intrigued to know just which Lord and who the army was planning to fight.

Was it YHWH?

Was it Jehovah?

Was it ‘God’?

We were pretty sure it wasn’t Allah.

Looking at some of the Biffer imagery a few people even thought it might be Odin or Thor.

Eventually all became clear. It’s the Protestant God of the Ulster Unionists.

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Britain First has gone all Irish Unionist again. Jim Dowson’s influence seems to be growing stronger from his hiding place behind Paul’s mother’s sofa.

We wonder how many Biffers realise just how much support they’re lending to the Irish ‘troubles’.

Of course we’ve always known that the Biffers real aim is to start a civil war (or Holy war as Uncle Jim likes to describe it). They’ve never made any secret of that. Usually though their target ‘out group’ for this conflict is the Muslim community. Looking at recent posts from Biffer Towers it appears that they harbour equally violent intentions toward Roman Catholics.

We have to wonder… do the Biffers know (or even care) who they hate or is it just that they’re looking for any excuse for a scrap?

A group of bloodthirsty loose cannons such as this who seem capable of turning their hatred against just about anyone is hardly a suitable role model for social cohesion. On the contrary, Britain First is destructive, bloodthirsty, hate-filled and totalitarian.

Now where have Europeans seen something like that before?

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4 thoughts on “The Lord’s army – Onward Christian soldiers!

  1. I don’t see the problem with the Ulster Banner. Northern Ireland is part of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, so I don’t see the harm in having the four flags of the UK together, apart from the fact that Britain First use these symbols like they own them, and they don’t, but you seem to have some issue with the Ulster Banner specifically?
    I am a Northern Ireland citizen who believes in a multi cultural UK and I find your remarks of a “Protestant God of Unionists” quite offensive as are your remarks that seem to suggest that being an (Northern) Irish Unionist is somehow supporting violence in Northern Ireland. Will you clarify or retract this?

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