Rangers, Celtic, and that good girl nonsense

Rangers, Celtic, and that good girl nonsense
GLASGOW, SCOTLAND - DECEMBER 31: Fans cheer prior to the Ladbrokes Scottish Premiership match between Rangers and Celtic at Ibrox Stadium on December 31, 2016 in Glasgow, Scotland. (Photo by Mark Runnacles/Getty Images)

We’re going to be controversial on Ibrox Noise, for as much as we’ve obviously and happily derided timothy and Brenda Rodgers since Philippe Clement came in and took over the SPL, we have to admit the furore over the ‘good girl’ comment he made to the BBC’s Jane Lewis is deeply embarrassing and another sign of last generation’s jokes being this generation’s triggers.

That feminist groups have come out slaughtering the man over this comment and basically demanding his head is another disturbing sign of thought police Scotland kicking in, and trying to block all the fun in life.

The most comical part is Lewis herself, no stranger to controversy (she’s trolled Rangers and Celtic this season) indeed, took zero offence to this comment and wasn’t bothered by it.

But instead every other self-righteous dingbat decides to find something to be outraged about and makes a big deal of it.

The reason we’re especially bothered by this is the day our, Rangers’ manager says something that the press decides to be outraged by, and Rangers get lambasted all over various charity or rights activist groups, all because someone saw a story.

And that’s what the majority of all this.

A story.

We remember vividly ex-Rangers CEO Charles Green, maybe not the most popular of people by the end, discussing how he and his Asian mate shared some xenophobic and racist language privately – but at each other. The Asian friend would insult where Green came from (Yorkshire), and Green took aim at the Asian’s skin colour.

It was 70s-style banter between mates and that was it.

But simply Green talking about this banter publicly apparently made him racist, and it gave fuel to the press to try and force criminal charges against him. A lot of Rangers fans added fuel to that as well, in fairness.

The point?

That literally anything can be used in outrage now, by a small number of seemingly-left leaning extreme liberals, who create something from nothing and a story.

And the rate we’re going, it won’t be long before they target Clement, as a big story, because he said something they could use. Or one of our players. They’ve used Todd Cantwell enough as it is.

Right now we are no longer democratic or have free speech – it’s one step down from communism and it’s depressing. A football manager can’t have a bit of banter with a journalist without people finding outrage in that.

How long before it’s something YOU said?

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  1. If u need to talk to anybody nowadays best take a lawer with u, as the place is fkd
    U cant fart nowadays without everycunt wanting to know who dealt it
    Fkn do-gooders fk off
    WE SHALL NOT BE MOVED🫵❤️‍🔥❤️‍🔥❤️‍🔥

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