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We are regaled with the ‘heroic actions’ of British and American Special forces as they ‘rescued’ four ‘Aid Workers’ from their kidnappers.

My question is simple. How were the two foreign, silly, stupid, moronic individuals ever allowed to go into Afghanistan in the first place? The most dangerous place on this dangerous planet, and they go in to do what? We are informed by this bunch of do-gooders that they have worked in Afghanistan since 1996, providing relief to vulnerable and isolated communities. Despite recent events, a spokesman said the charity was committed to continuing its work ‘which relies on us working safely within local communities, wherever they may be.’

These pillocks are all the same! They know best. They are ‘needed’. I would suggest to this bloody stupid woman, who thinks she knows better than anyone else, to ask herself just one question. Is her life worth the same as any of the squaddies who came hurtling out of the dark to rescue her?

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12 thoughts on “Silly bloody cow!

  1. Their organization strikes me as putting into practice the Christian values that are so often advocated here on the internet by “Christians” who bemoan the decline of what they see as Christian values.

  2. Christians(?) roaming loose in a muslim land – these people are idiots, but why not ask a few questions about the armed forces of the US and UK. The members of the armed forces have been in Afghanistan for over a decade and have seen the poppy fields increase in size and number, they see that the poppy fields are not being destroyed and almost certainly protected by them, and they must be aware of the tidal wave of heroin hitting British and American towns and cities – yet back they go for another tour of duty.

    I’m not sure who the greater idiots are – these Christian(?) numpties or the members of the armed forces who have served more than one tour.

  3. the statement of a true ASS

    I’m not sure who the greater idiots are – these Christian(?) numpties or the members of the armed forces who have served more than one tour.

    First off God Bless the misguided burqa clad cow, I fault no one called to service in a charitable manner, I do not however believe they should be rescued, death after all sometimes that is the price for that calling.

    and Allan don’t you ever call our brave and dedicated men and women who soldier idiots.

  4. Daphne,

    That’s a tawdry remark. It diminishes both you and ATM.

    Mike’s shoddy post was bad enough 🙁

  5. Richard,

    As I have often said, I write as I find.

    The silly woman went into the most dangerous territory on this planet believing she would come to no harm. She might feel she has been ‘called’, but one has to question who is she listening to? The ‘Charity’? The murderous Afghans who have proven time and time again that the last thing they can be given is someone’s trust? The ‘voice’ in her mind?

    Shoddy? Nope, just realistic, and stating the blindingly obvious! She is apparently a Christian. Is she then proselytizing by example in a land where apostasy is and has been punished by death?

  6. Mike,

    I’m glad that I share the planet with selfless human beings whose values are not yours. That is all I have to say on the matter.

  7. Allan don’t you ever call our brave and dedicated men and women who soldier idiots.

    Troll – why not? I’ve made clear why our “brave and dedicated men and women” service personnel could be called idiots so, what would you suggest I replace ‘idiots’ with? On that that thought, ‘low-paid corporate-mercenaries’ would be appropriate.

  8. As a direct result of their “charity work”, five people are dead. Probably not the result they wanted.

  9. “Shoddy? Nope, just realistic, and stating the blindingly obvious! She is apparently a Christian. Is she then proselytizing by example in a land where apostasy is and has been punished by death?”

    “Why are charity aid workers always so unattractive?”

    I deliberately included the link (wherein one can also find the statement of purpose), just to see what the reactions would be.
    Now please look at THIS link:-

    http://www.msf.org.uk/?gclid=CITZn_-BsrACFU4lfAodGnM4Ug

    It’s another organisation I greatly admire. Compare the statements of purpose of both organisations. They are practically identical, with one major difference.
    Medair is avowedly Christian but works with anybody, anywhere. Medecin Sans Frontieres is avowedly humanist, but works with anyone and has Christians working within their organisation.

    So; all of these admirable folk are intelligent, educated, compassionate professionals, willing and able to make a difference to people in need, wherever they are.
    Their motivations may be different, but their dedication is the same.
    Do we applaud all of them – or only the humanistic organisation?
    Both organisations will be found where the need is, both may sometimes need rescuing.

    Frankly this thread says more about Mike Cunningham than it does this woman and the organisation she represents.
    I would never call any woman a “cow.” If I can’t respect the woman, I can at least respect her sex.

    Daphne,
    your comment was daft. The girl is wearing a headcovering out of respect for the culture she is working in. She wears glasses and no makeup.
    So?
    As a woman, would you say the value of a woman can be summed up by “how attractive” she is?

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