Another attack on the club/fans MOH in sectarian abuse scandal.

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  1. Elvis

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    It's most likely Celtic fans with made up Rangers Monikers.......Chic Young. Any minute now. Anytime. Not long to wait. Chic will be along any minute........


    In all seriousness there are some clowns that follow us who will post first and think later. Or just post first.
     
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  2. Gumbo Pickle Packer

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    What do you expect JT to do about anonymous morons spouting this sort of shit on social media? Nothing to do with the role of a PR machine and everything to do with personal responsibility.
     
  3. SouthsideBear

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    I should add that our supporters need to cut out stupidity on Social Media. There are haters sitting on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook all day just waiting for some idiot to abuse Rangers players or anyone else. Yes, there are the usual timposters at it, but some of our own do it too, and its idiotic.
     
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  4. rossgers

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    Brand Protection specialists required. The club has been under attack for years and is acting like it will go away.
     
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  5. JohnWoods

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    Look at the comment below yours then and see if that’s the same
     
  6. Woodrow Call

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    I don't think priest's or nuns should be anywhere near children. Their unnaural celibate lifes tends to scramble their brains. That's not a sweeping generalisation. Their cult is being sued for billions all over the world.
     
  7. Butcher6

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    I think if you read through the thread I’ve given my reasons why I don’t think it was the greatest idea.

    Doesn’t matter if I agree or not fact is he knew what was coming after he done this you would have to be stupid not to.

    Do I agree with him getting abuse no do I think he is working his ticket...absolutely.
     
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  8. jimbear

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    I have never heard a single word of sectarian abuse raised by any of our supporters concerning MOH. We have several players of the same religious persuasion as MOH at Ibrox and I have never heard any sectarian comments being made regarding any of them.
     
  9. JohnWoods

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    Can’t respond to my post directly to you but can come up with this.
    You can say it isn’t a sweeping generalisation.
    The fact is, it is.
    You’ve tarred millions of people with the decisions and actions of some.
     
  10. Woodrow Call

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    Millions of people? Is there that many of the evil cnuts? I'd have said a few thousand. I'v nothing against Catholics. I sleep with one every night. I have everything against the RC church. They are backward and at times downright evil.
     
  11. High Society

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    Apparently Britton he gets dogs abuse from their PLO element, wonder why?
     
  12. Barryhopez

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    Gerry Britton! What's he done to their PLO element? :D:D:D:D
     
  13. JohnWoods

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    Well according to a quick google search there’s 414,313 Priests as of 2012
    Couldn’t get an up to date figure
    I’d assume there are more nuns than priests so that would reach a million.
    Who really knows though.

    I don’t have any love in for them, but I certainly don’t think the majority are at it.
     
  14. Southsideblueblood

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    Oh he’s long past his sacking date. He’s a fat useless lump of nothing.
     
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    Sorry to see MOH advocating sectarian schools as I don't care for segregating children. Education correctly addresses a wide range of topics, from the 3Rs to politics, philosophy, art & nutrition/fitness. But should the public be funding cults?
     
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    Gerry? :D
     
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  17. JohnWoods

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    Are these things not taught at catholic schools? I would’ve assumed they would be. Perhaps not covering other religions though.
    I went to a non denominational school and certainly remember learning about various religions and even visiting a mosque. We also covered the list you mention (think philosophy wasn’t included & no idea what the 3Rs are)
     
  18. stillAlwaysblue

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    I don't care what religion our players have. If a Jedi is the leagues top scorer and wears our blue then that's fine by me.

    Regarding MOH I would have liked to have seen him start three or four games on the trot to see how he played. Last I can remember he was sent off for a tackle in midfield and maybe we needed a bit more of that (without the red card though)

    He is one of the fastest in our game and if SG gives him a fair chance and he fails then fine he should be off.
     
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  19. Bearwood Bear

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    Anyone who can't see the benefit to Rangers of this is a dunce.

    Shoots down the accusation that we're only for one section of the community, shows Rc kids that the lies about sectarianism are just that, and annoys TGITW knuckle-draggers.
     
  20. eyalluvitt

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    Ask Neil McCann, Mojo or Chris Burke which set of fans had a massive problem with them being Scottish catholic Rangers.
     
  21. Arminius

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    I’ve no time for religious discrimination of any kind.

    All I will say is that Liewell’s mhedia puppets mates are hard at work today with their concerted efforts to deflect from the Celtic paedo trials.
     
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  22. AndythephotoDr

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    Problem we have now is the press and in particular the Evening Times use twitter as a source of stories.

    There was one rocket giving MOH abuse on twitter using all the west of Scotland bigoted phrases. More Rangers fans were suggestingbthe guy was a clown than endorsing what he was saying.

    You can see for this forum how narrow minded some people are regarding faith although I still maintain its not a bigotry of faith it’s more a dislike of Irish republicans and the faith thing is secondary.

    There are plenty of Scottish folks who support Rangers who don’t have roots in Ulster who are fed up of this shite tarnishing the club. I have no issue with folks culture or heratage and there are legitimate reasons with some people who have perhaps lost family members in the troubles who can’t let go of the hate.

    MOH gets slagged off more about his play rather than his faith.
     
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    This is the bottom line. No amount of PR can manage this sort of shite. Neither does whatabouttery, that just makes them our benchmark for behaviour.
     
  24. Kirky loyalist

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    Maybe he shouldn’t be going to a Catholic Church .
     
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    He’s a practicing RC, It’s his choice.
     
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  26. JohnWoods

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    Is of course the correct answer and in my humble opinion anyone who says otherwise only darkens our clubs name
     
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    Social media gives a platform to all these idiots and religious bigots to spit their venom unfortunately, and is a huge part of the problem.
     
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  28. BL11

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    You think a guy who has hardly played for us and was out on loan is working his ticket?

    Working his ticket implies that he's engineering a move away from the Club against the Club's wishes which is absolute codswallop.

    The fans who abused him for going to Church are zealots. End of.
     
  29. Mufasa

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    MoH had the chance to sign for the filth after he verbally agreed to join gers as they tried to gazump the deal as they often do, he honoured his word and chose to sign for us.
     
  30. Butcher6

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    Have I said they weren’t zealots?

    He is on a lucrative contract that absolutely nobody else will pay him So he will want away with a pay off and use this to do it imo.

    That way he gets his cash and gets to play football again with no pressure.

    That isn’t so far fetched is it?
     
  31. bornabluenose

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    I don't know whether there is any motive behind his actions or not but let's be honest ,he has been terrible for us ,certainly no Neil McCann .
     
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  32. BL11

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    I believe it is far fetched that he's engineered the whole sorry saga to irk some of our more learned fans so Rangers are forced to pay him off and he can go back to playing for St J or whoever.

    MOH professional pride has never been brought into question during his time at Rangers under various managers and caretakers so to accuse him of skulduggery based on zero evidence is entirely unwarranted.
     
  33. Butcher6

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    It astounds me that some think there wouldn’t be any blow back from this imo he knew what reaction he got not that it was warranted or acceptable.
     
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    The rc Church, him and all involved knew what they were doing I am quite sure they could have found a scum player that went to a mick school, complete set up and some have taken the bait.
     
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  35. Dr Steve Brule

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    Thats because we don't have a problem with it.

    The sectarian element in our society begins at age 5, and it certainly doesn't come from our side.
     
  36. HillbillyRFC

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    Folk saying this is an attack by the media - is this not just an open goal courtesy of come clowns in our support on twitter?
     
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    Correct. His Celtic connections, and his open support of that rancid, scummy club, not the fact he was an RC. Let’s face it, his old man pushed him to sign for us because he apparently thought Warburton’s coaching, tactics, and playing style would bring out the best in his “bhoy”.
    It’s obvious where the fenian media are heading, no surprises there.
     
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  38. Blackbear

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    2018 and some people are going loopy about a guy going to a church
     
  39. Ibrox Bear

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    Only morons would give him abuse for going to Chapel or attending an RC school.

    Do we abuse Muslims for attending a mosque?

    Leave the abuse for their performance on the pitch.
     
  40. leftist

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    What abuse is the story referring to? Do they mean on social media?
     
  41. Ruben Sosa

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    I had no idea what religion Chris Burke was (if any) until I heard the tarriers singing "who's the fenian in the blue".

    Bigoted scumbags that they are.
     
  42. GLAGAZ

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    It’s those who have the adverse reaction with the problem and not MOH. I don’t see why he should stop and think about visiting a place of his religion just to pander to a few keyboard warriors etc. It’d be like us telling Amo not to bless himself etc.

    I don’t really follow twitter but what I can imagine is that a lot of the replies will be from non-Gers fans trying to stir the pot.
     
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  43. Ulstershadow

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    Not sweeping generalisation but you've managed to insult any practicing Catholics in our forum and support
     
  44. Butcher6

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    I understand that he has been visiting this place since he signed why all of a sudden make it public of course it was going to bring out a certain element to what I think was the desired effect.
     
  45. bornabluenose

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    Some people can't or won't see the difference .
     
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  46. leftist

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    It's a far point, bud. I'm not religious at all and don't get upset at those having a pop at organised religion of any kind, but some of the terminology can be a tad 'coarse', shall we say. We need to be careful when throwing around words like cult, for example. I thought cults, by definition, were small fringe sects outside of the mainstream - 'a cult following' - which doesn't really apply to a religion of 1.3 billion people.
     
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    Cult:a system of religious veneration and devotion directed towards a particular figure or object.
     
  48. In Walter We Trust

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    Last home game MOH was getting photos taken with plenty of young fans within the players car park , no issues . Bet the media won't print that .
     
  49. leftist

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    Then all religions are a cult, by that definition. I think it's all a load of supernatural nonsense myself, but hey ho.
     
  50. bornabluenose

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    Wasn't being a smart arse mate, I had used the word in an earlier post and was just giving the context in which I used it.
     
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