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|>>|| No. 159509
I think the folk getting their nose out of joint are maybe taking the whole thing just a little too seriously, given that the statements made within the group seem increasingly intended to provoke a reaction.
Of course the events surrounding Moat's death are serious, but it's perfectly natural for human beings to make light of tragedy in this way, and imo a great deal more healthy than the misanthropic guff being spouted by those who consider themselves 'above' the likes of Siobhan O'Dowd. Thta's how the group seems to me - a bunch of regular folk making light of a horrible tragedy in the same way we make jokes about 9/11 or whatever. The irony being that this perfectly normal behaviour seems to have been (willfully and otherwise) misinterpreted by the 'easily offended brigade', who somehow consider it more palatable to call Moat all the names under the sun, dream up even more grotesque demises for him, and abuse fellow facebook users simply because they READ IT IN THE PAPERS HE WAS AN EVIL EVIL SIKO CAN YOU NOT READ?!!!
What amuses me the most though is how snobby those who are critical of the group have become, describing its supporters as 'sink estate scum' etc, all the while coming out with the aforementioned bile.
Personally, I was busy doing other things the last few weeks, and so didn't get caught up in the whole Moat saga, but what does irk me is when I see a bunch of fuckos taking the moral highground like this. To make matters worse, I've noticed a few (I assume) channers attempting to 'troll' the group in the cringiest manner possible. Perhaps when they're a bit older, they'll realise they sided with the cretins on this occasion. Perhaps not.
Oh well, I suppose if it annoys me that much I can always decide not to look at it.
|>>|| No. 159513
I would've as I do find her group hilarious... but all her subsequent attention whoring has killed my boner.
|>>|| No. 159558
Trolling isn't about siding with the most intelligent or most dim. The ones you like or dislike. It's about going against those who are most easily angered.
I'm not sure if this post is relevant, as I will not be looking at the shit trolling attempts. Shit trolls troll me, but only in the sense that they are often so poor at it they think trolling is simply arguing on the internet.
|>>|| No. 159576
RIGHT, LADM8s, I'm running a little late but I have now come up with a possible wording for a postcard, subtle Gazza reference and all. Tell me what you think:
Granted, you made some foolish decisions, but you didn't deserve to be killed for them. Although you shot your ex's boyfriend, what happened to you in turn was not right. Zeal from the police is terribly laudable, but they are paid to exercise more restraint than would your average man, or we may as well revert to vigilanteism. Zapping you as they did, I might add, was exceptionally underhand; it doesn't take a genius to work out that tasering someone with a gun to their head is unwise. Anyway, I can now only hope that you're in a better place.
|>>|| No. 159663
> Unscrupulous traders are cashing in on the sick wave of support for killer Roaul Moat by selling 'commemorative' T-shirts, it emerged today.
> On the website Ebay, one selling was offering garish orange T-shirts emblazoned with the murderer’s face over the word ‘Moaty’.
> The shirts were selling for £8 each and came in a range of sizes - including one aimed at children aged nine to ten.
what fabulous advertising! that's worth thousands!
|>>|| No. 160110
Oh Raouly, those Coppers were using unauthorised guns, and playing with them liked excited kiddies beforehand.
It gets worse & worse.
|>>|| No. 160186
Moat deserved everything he got. Why are we still discussing this?
|>>|| No. 160209
Lol, who said anything about Murdoch? I don't read or watch anything by News Inc.
Moat was an animal and he died like one.
|>>|| No. 160226
His brother paints a frank and honest picture of him that leads me to believe you are wrong. It's hard to say just how accurate his brother's testimony is though, I suppose.
|>>|| No. 160263
I mention Murdoch because you are pretty much parroting everything his papers have been spouting the past few weeks. I also don't like you very much because you heavily critisise the man, without any sound reasoning or explanation.
|>>|| No. 160279
What's there to like about a man who shoots people and threatens police with death? I'm sorry, even if you don't like the police, advocating their murder is an intensely hypocritical thing to do.
To be honest, it seems to me that the only reason people on this board like Raoul Moat is because he was shooting people that isn't them. Now I know this is a chan and thus full of pitiless misanthropes, but I still feel obliged to comment that the fact that your sympathy lies with a man who shot people and/or threatened to shoot people rather than the people he shot and/or threatened to shoot marks you as... well, a pitiless misanthrope.
The man was a prick and while I don't advocate killing where it can possibly be avoided, I feel absolutely no sympathy for the man. Regardless of what we think of the police, the world can hardly be considered worse off less one delinquent, trigger-happy skinhead.
|>>|| No. 160317
You speak as if all he'd ever done in life was the week we saw on the news, and that he did it for absolutely no reason other than to be a dick. To judge him on that alone without considering what made him to it is just as hypocritical.
I'm not condoning or defending what he did, of course I'm not - but this man didn't just wake up one day and think "I'm going to be a right bastard this week, teehee".
The man was unstable, he knew it, he asked for help a year ago and was refused it. Of course I sympathise with that, you'd have to be more of a cunt than he ever was not to. I don't sympathise with him because he shot a policeman or killed somebody, I sympathise with him because it got so bad in that man's head that this seemed to him to be the only reasonable course of action. That's a terrible state to get into.
|>>|| No. 160510
I've had depression so deep I've actually considered doing exactly the same sort of thing Moat did. Not even joking. Planned it out in my head and everything. Would have made the news in a big way - fuck this kill-a-copper shite, if I'd have been able to pull it off properly (big if, admittedly) I'd have been remembered as the next 7/7.
I didn't go through with it. I retained the presence of mind to realise that what I was planning was the result of my mental instability and I did what I could to mitigate it. Murder is never a reasonable course of action.
|>>|| No. 160521
There's a lot more to rage murders than daftness. Have a look at Ames' 'Going Postal'.
|>>|| No. 160523
>>160510 Not even joking. Planned it out in my head and everything.
And everything, well sheesh aint we lucky sons of bitches thet you didn't.
>I'd have been remembered as the next 7/7.
I think depression is the least of your worries ladm8, Meglomania and paranoia being the most obvious.
>I didn't go through with it.
And if you did I really doubt you would have made the nationals, maybe your local rag would have ran a small article on page 19 'Local nutter attempts to blow up bus, burns lips on the exhaust pipe.'
|>>|| No. 160524
>And if you did I really doubt you would have made the nationals
In this day and age, with the way the tabloids are? You reckon?
|>>|| No. 161117
TV survival star Ray Mears was drafted in by police to help hunt down fugitive gunman Raoul Moat, it emerged yesterday.
Mears, 46, was asked to assist armed officers as they closed in on the killer during the extraordinary seven-day manhunt.
He is believed to have helped track Moat's movements after the gunman fled his makeshift camp in the Northumberland countryside.
|>>|| No. 161118
With Ray on his tail, he had no chance. Ray could have taken him down with two twigs and a couple of bungee cords.
|>>|| No. 161132
Yeah he was the SAS go-to man for this kind of TV survival for a while. Ray is a lot more photogenic.
|>>|| No. 161220
Fuck all of you, but I'd like to put my trowel in Charlie's Dimmock, if you know what I mean.
|>>|| No. 163573
I think that this has happened before. Didn't one of the papers have a strop about dear old Gordon and a condolence letter?
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