Thursday, 4 September 2014

Oxford Flag Ban an Absolute Disgrace

Christopher Bishop with the flagpole and Union flag at his housing association home in Kidlington. Picture: OX69577 Richard Cave

Christopher Bishop with the flagpole and Union flag at his housing association home in Kidlington. Picture Richard Cave

England, a once proud country, has now sunk so low in its own estimation that people regard it as "offensive" to fly our own flag. What a disgrace that somebody complained when disabled veteran Christopher Bishop flew the Union Jack in his garden in Kidlington. Whoever griped about it should be told  - if you don't like our flag, get out of our country. 
National pride is given all kinds of ugly insulting names these days by politically-correct bores and creeps, the same sort of people who closed their eyes tightly to what was going on in Rotherham. And a man who made sacrifices for his country is rewarded with pettiness and prejudice.
To say that a flagpole is a structural alteration to the house and needs permission is just an absurd excuse. I say let Christopher Bishop fly his flag and let's join him when St George's Day is made, as it should be, our national holiday.
 

4 comments:

  1. He wasn't in the full time army. He was in he TAs. He's also in the racist English Defence League and sees it as some kind of fight for them. It isn't his house. It's a housing association one and he didn't have permission to put it there.

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  2. I don't see why the Housing Association should make any such rule. We are citizens of the UK and this is our country and our flag so as far as I can see he has a perfect right to fly it. As for him being a racist, I think you have nothing to back up that accusation.

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  3. Look at his facebook profile if you don't believe me
    https://www.facebook.com/Galahadsholygrail

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  4. I see nothing racist there either. Do you think Charlie Hebdo was racist?
    The fact is that it is legal to fly the Union Jack.

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