Friday, 19 October 2018

"Red or dead" - this is the despicable anti-Rangers banner Aberdeen used...


This is the outrageous banner which Aberdeen ‘fans’ used recently and saw the BBC forced to apologise after it was used in a photo of their supporters by the corporation over a story about tickets.

The banner, depicting Rangers’ Ryan Jack dead, came with the slogan ‘red or dead’ and was a vile throwback to the kind of Dons’ behaviour which saw and sees them endorse the attack on Ian Durrant all those decades ago while glorifying the Ibrox Disaster.

We don’t exactly need to describe this image for the picture to tell a thousand words.

Once again both the Dons and the BBC have outdone themselves in their vindictiveness over Rangers, but suggesting Jack is dead and depicting him as such is pretty low even for the questionable moral level of the Pittodrie side, and the BBC’s use of this photo pretty much sums up their stance on all things Rangers.

The latter have claimed it was an error, but quite honestly that doesn’t wash. They’ve made one too many ‘errors’ over the years with regards Rangers.

11 comments:

  1. And everyone carries on as normal. Voting snp and paying the license fee. Rangers are an easy target as we sit back and take it some even endorse it by proxy. Fuckn brilliant

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    1. Not entirely true Shug. I stopped paying the tv licence in 2015. I was threatened with all sorts of legal action with the last letter stating a date had been arranged for my prosecution. I ignored the lot and havent heard anything for a year. Its easy if you try.

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  2. The good thing is that the Bigoted Broadcasting Clowns will not be at our title party

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  3. No return to ibrox for the BBC.
    As for the sheep they can rot in their own particular hell

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  4. And they wonder why we despise the sheep and the BBC, fuck the lot of them

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  5. Why do we even give them any mention on this site. We all know they are out there so let's just give them no time at all and ignore them. We have more important things to spend our time on.

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  6. The simple way to show your displeasure [ibrox noise] is to organise a petition complain to the SFA about the banner
    I'll sign it

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  7. Pittodrie translates from pictish language as manure

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