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Ramming War Propaganda Down Your Throat

Posted by te2ataria on November 11, 2009

sent by a reader in the UK [Edited by TEAA]

The war mechanics have it in for you!

Ramming the War Dildo Down Your Throat and Up Your Tushi

Whether they are selling you war with the boobs on tanks gimmicks, the pathetic ANZAC Day way, or through the Armistice nostalgia crap, the war mechanics have you hooked by your private parts.

the war dildo - boobs on tanks
Ramming the War Dildo Up Your Tushi: By Hooks, Crooks and Massive Boobs!
Chelsea Charms, who claims to have the world’s biggest breasts, sits on a tank, selling the occupation war in Afghanistan during the ‘Boobs on Bikes’ parade along Queen Street [September 23, 2009.] Photo by David Rowland/NZPA. Image may be subject to copyright.

Take the latest outrage, an affront to sanity and human dignity!

Students have been asked to write speeches about war in the Cyril Bassett VC Speech Competition. The prize is a trip to Gallipoli. This time it’s a return trip. The next time, it would be one way without so much as a VC cross.

Corporal Cyril Bassett, who received the VC for his bravery under fire at Gallipoli Corporal Cyril Bassett received the VC for his bravery under fire at Gallipoli. Some of his 2,271 dead comrades got wooden crosses, and 4,752 others who were wounded got f**k all, presumably because they weren’t as brave as him.

This writer’s grandfather got £5 for losing his brother to WWII  (and NO medals).

The competition is named after the first New Zealander to win a Victoria Cross for bravery in World War I. Corporal Bassett, VC, reportedly “braved intense enemy fire at Chunuk Bair on the Gallipoli Peninsula several times to repair communications lines.”

How do we know that? War historians… ok … . Well, to be honest with you …

Why did he go to war in the first place? The Ottoman soldiers were advancing in … err… on Otago!

To tell you the truth, everybody was fighting those days. Look at Afghanistan and Iraq. Isn’t the enemy still fighting us there even today?

“It was just that I was so short that the bullets passed over me”, He later said, reluctant to talk about his VC.  “All my mates ever got were wooden crosses.”

Some 8,556 New Zealand soldiers landed at Gallipoli, of whom 2,721 were killed and 4,752 wounded. But only one man won the VC jackpot prize. Presumably, the rest of them were considered not brave enough to win a prize because they refused to risk their lives for their slave masters.

“Too bad they were slaughtered in trenches like chickens in a coop,” a certain politician might have been heard saying, “they had the option to die like real men!”

What an insult to the 7, 473 dead and wounded in the Gallipoli Campaign. They didn’t get even a lollipop consolation prize. It was almost as bad as molesting the secondary school students with the war dildo.

Why the school war speech competition?

Honorable mention for anyone who gets this one right!

[Hints: An old Chinese psychological system of influencing the mind, which was successfully reintroduced in N. Vietnam on American POWs. You become what you write about. Also a trick used by marketing firms for deep-branding.]

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