I don't think Bury railway station was occupied during WW2, so I'm not convinced any German uniforms really seems appropriate. Mind you, I doubt it's an argument that would get far with this pair of cunts.
Hitler's let himself go a bit...
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The Goering, however, is spot on.
As I understand it, they staged a military re-enactment for popular entertainment and then a lot of people have got terribly offended that there were people dressed as German soldiers there.
As they had clearly gone to the trouble of picking the fattest, ugliest slobs to be Germans (doesn't it take you back to playing 'army wars' in the playground?!) I'd have thought they were being as sensitive as they could be in the circumstances.
Anyway, McTavish at the back there is about to pop a sten clip in Herr Gruber's ass, so no harm done.
It was whitewashed from our school history books, Hitler annexed Bury in 1936 then gave it back when he couldn't find a market for Bury Ayran White Pudding. Lancashire Thuber Thalles as they used to say
To be fair, a WWII enactment without the Germans would be lacking a little in atmosphere. I think even the Americans would struggle to re-write history along those lines.
There are days when it's virtually impossible to fine anything to be offended about but I don't think you should airbrush the Germans out of either war entirely....they played their part. It wouldn't have been the same without them.
Yeah, seems a bit over the top without the full story. 'Goering' apparently asked a Jewish family if they might like to reinact holocaust victims, and they were wearing badges of the groups specifically linked with the running of the concentration camps.
Basically, reading between the lines, they're using the opportunity to dress up as a disguise for their massive cuntageness.
There has to be a sub in this somewhere.
Are you saying that (for the sake of accuracy) they were actually looking round for a Jewish family to act out the part of holocaust victims.....that's dedication to the cause.
Ist fatman: "Bury Bolton Street....well that's the death camp sorted now where shall we hold the Nuremberg rally"?
2nd fatman: "how about the DW Stadium, there's nobody there right now"
1st fatman: "Really, I thought they were playing away"
I bet they're denying it ever happened now.
That one in the middle, he works for regional government, Most definitely his job is precisely defined, involves dissapointing people regularly, is office based and on the same block as a thriving pastries vendor.
Just call me psychic...
The one in the middle undoubtedly has a job that requires him to say “requisite documentation” in a nasal voice, and he’s never touched a woman.
Interesting ethical point. Clearly those who collect waffen SS memorabilia and such like are quite a lot wrong in the head.
However, those who dress up as Catholic-burning religious maniacs with the Sealed Knot or Saxon-raping, prisoner-torturing Vikings are charming re-enactors.
There must be an optimum time-lapse for re-enactment to be comfortable viewing. Guess it'll be a while before we have fat middle-aged geeks dressing up as Seals and capping a member of the audience selected at not-so-random and given a tea-towel to drape over his head.
That's an interesting one - Spanish Inquisition - no later than that, er...
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